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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. 1 PEACE NEAR IN MANILA Bottom Has Dropped v Or the Insurrection. REVIEW OF SITUATION " . - ■ ,! ut the Army Is Still Needed to Protect the Natives. MARKED CHANGE IN FEELING . -r ■' lt*ttti<-rH Are I oiuiiiK Over to the Aiuerlvana—What the Islands \fe«l. Maw York Sun Special S&rvlco Manila; Jan. 1. —The new year finds the Philippines in the best of condition and approaching peace. Central Luzon is practically subdued, the roads are open, and the inhabitants are prosperous. The northern part of the island has been the revolutionary center since the elections in the United States, but the troops there, aided by 2,000 rein forcements, are rapidly quieting that part of the island. Even the Ladrones, who are meeting with no support, are surren dering or confining their operations to isolated districts. The civil government established in Banguel, is scarcely appreciated, but it is having a moral effect on the neighboring provinces. in the so...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

1 notice in. its starry field of the Dakotae, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming or Utah, which tame into the union afterwards. Mr. Burke thought that the flag behind the speaker ought to be up-to date and his point was well taken, for a new one was ordered and the old one was consigned to the limfto of some dust-covered shelf in the capitol basement. So far all was well. Unfortunately for the peace of the old flag, Mr. Fitzgerald of New York presented a resolution in tiie house just before the holiday recess providing that it should be turned over to the historical society of Long Island, composed of ladies, with 4he understanding that the society should pre serve it and hand it down to the future with due ceremony. The resolution was on the point of b*>ing adopted when up popped a member from Philadelphia with the announcement that the discarded em blem, having been made by a well-known ladies y>clety of that city and presented to congress, should be given back to the society now that ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TTTESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, 1901, McLaughliD Prices Lower 2=lbcan Corn ........ 6c Mb can Pea 5.......... 6c 3=lb can " ora toes .... 1% Chnw=Ch w Cro & Black- Itfe«* WIUW-UJ W we il piutbot.OUC Sauced. .e^!?...-r^ t..26i Salad Dres. ug ;:£&26e WITH & OF cttt COFFEE AT 15c PER 1 LB OFZXXX COFFEE IS GIVEN FOB NOTHING. This is done to show the trust that Mc- Laiighlin's XXXX coffee cannot be kept from the people. The 2XXX Sale Is at 726 Nicollot Aye. as well as at No 9 South sth St., and . will be extended to as many places as the demand re quires. gPMBBM With every pound of our 25c and 30c Coffee, which is the best possible, we sell 98 lbs Pillsbury s tf AC Best f0r..... <pi.7d 20 lbs Granulated <gf A A Sugar for ........ #i.VV Potatoes, . 2C r per bushel ;..wv W. F. Mclaughlin &C©. No. 9 South sth St. MINERS ASK MORE PAY COAL STRIKE IX COLORADO Mine Owner $ay« the Demand Will Sot Be Granted—Denver* Supply Involved. ■Louisville, Col., Jaa. I.—At a meeting tere ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

? THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week Scents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents 1 11 t: J O I R > A L, is published every eveulug, except, Sunday, at 47-4U Fourth • Street- South, - Journal llulldlnv, Minneapolis, 511nu.... ._ C. J. BiiUou, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, SS Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. lOATIMKD All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid.. . . COMPXAiXTS' ; Subscriber* will please notify the office la every case t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 1, 1901. GOODFELLOW'S A Happy New Year lo All Annual January Sale Wednesday Morning, January 2, 1901, of Linens, Muslins, Sheetings, Embroideries and Muslin Underwear. Be on hand early. You know what it means. Mail orders filled. M MAS G!!**&M 4C^ Nothing but reliable Linens of the highest merit MimS fwl' MWW^ erec^ Our patrons who have attended our An .'^*rf- ■ nual Linen Sales in past years know what it means. Lowest prices always, but at no sacrifice of quality. Myriads of fascinating bargains will be offered during this sale. \ It's the right time for housekeepers to replenish their linen closets with the cream of • Household Linens from manufacturers of world-wide reputation at money-saving prices: Bleached Damasks Two yards wide Damask, Grass Bleached, good range of patterns, worth 75c, annual sale Eft,-* price .. 3 n9 C 66-inch Grass Bleached Damask, extra weight and quality, worth now 90c, annual sale *™» C-,. price £ uu 2 yards wide Bleached Sat...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, 1901. GOODFELLOW S A nappy New Year 10 All A nnual January Sale Wednesday Morning, January 2, 1901, of Linens, Muslins, Sheetings, Embroideries and Muslin Underwear. Be on hand early. You know what it means. Mail orders filled. IF § MLM OS^SkS^IS* Nothing but reliable Linens of the highest merit JLfl IwILITA offered. Our patrons who have attended our An -1BHta1^;; Linen Sales in past years know what it means. •Lowest prices always, but at no sacrifice of quality. Myriads of fascinating bargains will be offered during this sale.; : It's the right time for housekeepers to replenish their linen closets with the cream of Household Linens from manufacturers of world-wide reputation at money-saving prices; Bleached Damasks Two yards wide Damask, Grass Bleached, good range of patterns, worth 75c, annual sale gA price 9 uv 66-inch Grass Bleachad Damask, extra weight and quality, worth now 90c. annual sale ■■» |" _ price I uC 2 yards wide Bleached Satin Da mask, f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

6 IIT HK" jo I ?_j^Jg~gj:/ I AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS' CO. ALBRECHT A SON, E. " A\I)EKSO\, A. N. AMERICAN BABY CARRIAGE CO. ANDERSON, A. A. ABELES, S. B. AUSTIN. PROF. J. H. ASI,KSK\, K. ADAMS, C. F. (ARCHIBALD BUSINESS COLLEGE. ARCHIBALD BUSINESS COLLEGE. ACME COMPOUND CO. APPLETON MFG. CO. ALLEN CAFE. AMERICAN DISTRICT TEL. CO. American mining INVESTMENT C( (AMERICAN TENT A AWNING CO. ANDREWS, I. G., A CO. APPLEFORD, U. L. 1.- AMERICAN FUEL CO, I AMERICAN CREDIT CO. ANTHONY THE TAILOR. BURLINGTON ROUTE. BEST, E. D. BEMIS BRO. BAG CO. . BALTIMORE PACKING CO. BROWN. JONAS F. BOL'TELL BROS. ; BABCOCK ENGRAVING CO. BARNES BROS. „-..•■. • BROWN, W. D. , • BROWNING, KING A CO. BRACKET! 1, C. S. .. BRADSTREET, J. S. A CO. BIJOU OPERA HOUSE.- ... BARNABY, E. G. A CO. BROWN BROS. .. BOWK A CO., HUBERT. . BEARD ART A STATIONERY CO. BERKLEY A CO. BINTLIFF MFG. CO. BOTHMAX, C. H., A CO. BARRETT A ZIMMERMAN. . L BRAMBLETT A BBYGEH. B. A B. FUEL CO. BARBER MILLING CO. BYRON A WILLARD.! BARGE, JAC...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANTTAKY 1, 1901 ■ RUMIBLL ' COFFEE HOUSE' "_' RANSOM A MORTON ; , . . REGAN'S BAKERY RAND, MeNALLY A CO. ROCHESTER SHOE CO. ROACH, FREDERICK ROOD, OTTO REYNOLDS, C. E. .■ :.. :.~: .-.' ' :-. KICKER, HARVEY RtSSKLLi BATES RICHARD A GRIN AN ROBERTS. T. M. -j ROBV, JOSEPH ..", . RICHARDS A BIRCH . ROSE, G. A. HIES BOTTLING CO. > ■ HOI. I'M & BALL REALTY CARE AXD IMPROVEMENT co. Uses REEVE Jfe-WILCOX REEVES, THOMAS H. ROBERTS, H. O. RAIXVILLE BROS. RELIABLE CREDIT CO. ROCHE, JOHN' G. RICE, STEPHEN A. SEELEY, I. C. * CO. SULLIVAN COAL CO. SWANSON, THE FLORIST SMITH ART PARLORS SCHUTT, JULIUS A SON SIMCOX, E. G. 9LOCUM-BERGREN CO. SMITH Jfc ZIMMER SARGENT, DR. C. L. SCHLENKER. J. W. SEGERSTROM. V. E. STANLEY, FRANK W. STOLTON * LOCKERBY APPLETON, D. A CO. < ANHEISER BUSCH BREWING CO. , APOLLO IRON AND STEEL CO. ALLEN'S FOOT EASE AMERICAN CONSERVATORY OF MU SIC AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. AVER, J. C. A CO. ACME EXTRACT CO. AURORA CORSET CO. AJAS REMEDY CO. ARBUCKLE BRO...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

8 CITY NEWS CARTOONS IN COLORS THE JOIR.VAI/S XEW BOOK IS OUT It Is the -Most Attractive, and, Sub stantial, lit a Lung Series of Suceesseti. "■'.. "A pictorial chronicle of the happenings Of li»00," is one way to describe The Jourosl's new cartoon book, by far the most ambitious, pretentious publication ever issued by this paper. The cartoons are collected from "Barfs" best work, and they bit off the important happenings of an eventful year iii the happiest manner. The book which The Journal offers to the public at the dawn of a uew year is entitled "A World of Trouble." It contains 100 pages with a full-size car toon on each page. These pictures cover all the notable events of laOO, ranging in subjects from the Boer war to the price of coak Of course, the various phases of the presidential campaign are depicted, or, rather, "hit off" in the cleverest manner. It is good for one's memory to glance over this attractive little book which so brilliantly condenses the world's history to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JAmTARY 1. 1901. L-IIMEIIM Thursday Morning Jan. 3, 1901, f^ A/ COLLET AYE. JAjPZ^Zs L^ tiFTtt STREET j£S^^^fjl/ Our Annual Linen and Muslinwear Sale, which begins on Thursday of this week, will be the largest sale of this char, actor that we have ever held. Our stock is large, our store space ample, and a sufficient sales force to give our customers the best possible service. The ladies of the Twin Cities and the Northwest are most cordially invited to avail themselves of this opportunity to supply or replenish their linen stocks. We include in this sale everything which comes under the head of Linens & Housekeeping Goods Pattern Cloths and Napkins —We make a specialty of these goods, showing a large assortment of the newest pat terns, 2, 2\ and 3 yard widths: round, square and oblong. Table Damask —By the yard —bleached, half-bleached and cream. And we have a large lino of new patterns to select from. Hemstitched Sets, Tray Cloths, Fringed Sets, Tea Cloths, Li...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

10 LOSS OF APPETITE T I *[f {_ , .I, * is an important symptom of Kidney Trouble which is frequently overlooked. Pain in the back, scalding urine, ner vousness and general debility also indi cate the presence of this deathly disease.; If any of these symptoms are present let a v quantity ■■ of urine voided in the ' morning, stand for 12 hours and look for sediment in bottom of vessel. Delay is fatal. Don't wait. MORROW'S KID-NE-OIDS will cure any case of kidney trouble and the symptoms arising therefrom under $50 forfeit by a responsible company. This is a bona-fide offer. MINNESOTA wSt people cored by Kid-ne-oids. In writing them yleas* enclose stamped addressed envelope. W. C. ■Wlclclnfs, Dentist. Minneapolis' ;' M. J. Dalley, Painter, 227 S. 6th St., Minneapolis C. Van T. Smith, -5- Kicollet avi-., Minneapolis , . X. J/Laßrash. Blacksmith, Minneapolis Fred Plttard, Butcher, Minneapolis F. G. BoMljr. Clear Mfp., Minneapolis W. R. Beardsley, 2705 4th aye., S., Minneapolis D. W. Sel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

TFESDAY • EVENING. JANUARY 1, 1901 Jjk ***** °^ «f' f / fJB - m ' ' ' * - - <^^ *^ j w ' ' ♦•* *• *m J SKINTORTURES And every Distressing: Irritation of the Skin and Scalp instantly Relieved by a Bath with r And a single anointing with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This treatment, when followed in severe cases by mild doses of CUTICURA RESOLVENT, to cool and cleanse the blood, is the most speedy, perma vnent, and economical cure for torturing, disfigur ing, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair ever compounded. ■" H T TSE CUTICURA SOAP, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, -'.-W for preserving:, purifying-, and beautifying- the skin, for ..cleansing-, the scalp of crusts,jscales, and dandruff, and t the stop ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening-, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 January 1901

12 News and Opinions of National Importance The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH. Daily, by mail $(> a year Daily and Sunday,by mail,sß a year The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Price 5c a copy. By mail,s2 a year. Addr.ss THE SUM, Jfew York. CHINA MEANS WELL Earl Li Says She Wants to Agree With the Powers. SHE IS ABLE TO MAINTAIN ORDER But Kipeditiou* Should Be Stopped —Boxer Leaders Will Be Baa lshed to the Frontier. Peking, Dec 81. —A meeting of the fore ign ministers will be held as soon as Sir Ernest Mason Satow, the British minister. ■who I 9 suffering fro.ni chiils and fever, has recivered sufficiently to be present, and when a date and place for meeting the Chinese commissioners are agreed upon. A representative of the Associated Press to-day had a personal interview with Li Hung Chang, who shows plainly physical evidence of his recent illuess, but whose mind has not been affected by his sickness and as as vigorous as ever. Earl Li said he should prefer t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNiE PKICE TWO CENTS. CAPE TOWN IN DANGER Boers Are Threatening the Cape Capital. CAPTURE A DIS ?^R It Would Mean British Defeat in South Africa. BOER INVADERS ARE ACTIVE MroiiK Force 1m Half Way Between llit- OraiiKt- River uud I'a lie Tuvvii. Maw York Sun Special Scrv/om l.uiidoi). Jan. -. —Worse and still worse grows the South African situation. Now rape Town is iv danger, and if it be lost to the Boers, the war is over and Britain must salute the flag of the United States in South Africa, li is a sad, black out look for the empire on the opening of a new century. Denials and pretenses are abandoned foi the time being, and the naked truth staads out in the Cape Town dispatches, which the var office has given out without com ment. One says that the invading Boers, in strong force, have reached a point half way between the Orange river and Cape Town; the other that every able-bodied loyalist In the colony has bee called to arms to repel the coming foe. I'eople he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

2 ROBERTS AN EARL Field Marshal Arrives at Osborn From South Africa. AUDIENCE WITH THE QUEEN Elaborate Decoration* in His Honor and a Laurel Arch at Oi borne House. ' . Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 2—The Queen bestowed an earldom on Lord Roberts, ■with a special remainder for his daughters. He was also made v knight of the garter. Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 2.—The steamer Canada, having Field Marshal Lord Roberts on board, anchored off Os borne at 11:45 a., m. to-day. Lord Roberts stopi>t\l at the towu hall of East Cowes where eulogistic addresses of welcome were presented to him. At Of borne House his audience of her majesty was private. Replying to the addresses at the town ball, i^oru Roberts said he regretted that his return was not accompanied by im mediate peace, but while he feared hos tilities would continue for some time, he had implicit confidence iv Lord IKtchener and had no fear regarding the outcome. A large concourse of people greeted Lord Roberts' arrival at Trinity ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2. 1901. McLjlJn Prices Lower 2=lb can C0rn....-:...>6c 2»lb can Pea 5......... 60 3=lb can Tomatoes... 7s Cbo w-Ckow CrOBS &Biack- OH* Will Wf WJU W we ll's, pint bot.wUG & Perrin's, i.,'-pint OR* JdUWC bottles 401 Salad Dressing g£&26e ! WITH 2 LBS OF 3EX2EX COFFEE AT 15c PER lib. 1 LB OF XXXX COFFEE IS GIVEN FOR NOTHING* This is done to show the trust that Me* Langhlin's XXXX coffee cannot be kept from the people. The XXXX Sale is at 726 Nicollet Aye. as well as at No. 9 South sth St., and will be extended to as many places as the demand re quires. With every pound of our 25c and 30c Coffee, which is the best possible, we sell 98 lbs Pillsbury's tf| AC Best f0r.... <pI.7«J 20 lbs Granulated (j»| A A Sugar f0r..~. «PI«"U Potatoes, 2C r per bushel ......... «Wv W.F. Mclaughlin &C«. No. 9 South sth St. DOCTOR S. E. FARNSWORTH, Specialist for Chronic, Nervous,f ; Private, Blood and Skin Diseases SUCCESSOR TO nmgftirijl DOCtOR HINfZ 47-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

4 Advertisers Prove Circulation • ; , - ' THE —=^=^ 1 A X X JL~« " Minneapolis Journal Leads the Papers of the Northwest in Advertising. All Records Beaten The Journal Exceeds all the other Daily Papers With Their Big Sunday Issues Included. HERE ARE THE FIGURES: THREE YEARS—IN A NUTSHELL Total Cols. Advertising Carried by Twin City Dally Papers Journal Times Tribune Dispatch Pioneer Globe 1898...10403 9494 8772 9684 8130 5710 1899. .10955 10448 10367 10996 8808 7667 1900.... 12222 11282 10902 12056 9430 8059 MONTHLY AVERAGE. Journal Times Tribune Dispatch Pioneer Globe 1898.... 867 791 731 807 677 476 1899.... 913 870 864 916 734 639 1900.... 1018 940 908 1004 785 671 IN 1900 THE JOURNAL Had 1320 Columns more than Tribune Had 166 Columns more ! than Dispatch Had 940 Columns more than Times Had 2792 Columns more than "Pioneer Had 4163 Columns more than *Globe -It should be noted that the Sunday papers included 52 big Sunday issues, in other words the Sunday papers had 365 issues and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2, 1901. Frances \ S^C^Sli!^^^ — ■ :—. __ , * MISS FRANCES M. ANDERSON, daughter of HON. JUDGE ANDERSON, of Virginia, is at present in Washington, D. C, as Corresponding Secretary, of the Higher Educational League, of that city. Cured of la grippe by Peruna. MISS FRANCES M. ANDERSON, Cor responding Secretary of the High er Educational League, writes from the "Astoria," Washington, D. C, the following: "About two months ago I was takea very ill with la grippe and was obliged to go to bed. I took three bottles of Peruna with very beneficial results, and was able to leave my bed in a week and regained my usual strength very soon. "I have nothing hut praise for Pe runa, and recommend it to those sim ilarly afflicted whenever 1 can." — Francos M. Anderson. La Grippe is, strictly speaking, epidemic catarrh—that is to say, a variety of acute catarrh which is so contagious and runs *. course more or less definite, the same as scarlet feyei, whooping cough, etc. Du...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS v The Eli Banquet— alunmnl of the * northwest will hold their annual meeting and banquet next J Saturday • evening iat ' the Minneapolis Club. This affair was errone ously announced by a morning paper for to night. ■. , Huff la DiMoharKetl—Merrltt D. Hoff, formerly of this city in the employ of the Northern Pacific freight departn>enu has been released from custody in Chicago. The cor oner's jury inquiring into the cause of Mrs. Hammer's death proum-ed it suicide. Hoff was held on the charge of murdering the woman, pending action on the part of the coroner's jury. Mr. Zomie KefOK'iiiced —The firm Of J. P. Conklin &• Co. changed its name mi Jan. 1 to that of J. F. Conklin & Zoune com pany, to give due recognition to A. K. Zonne, who has been rlee-president and treasurer oi the oompaaw for several years. Mr. Zonne has been a member of the firm all along, anj the change m name will not alter his relations to the company in any way. Council Chamber In Safe —After ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

WJSJJJS.ESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1901. 17c Doz.,for No. 1 Selected Eggs. ! 20c Lb. for good Sweet Roll Dairy Butter. 25c Lb. for good Creamery Butter. 5c Quart* for Saver Kraut. 13c Comb for Honey. lie ' ■ ■■ Lb for full Cream Cheese. 20c Peck for good Baldwin Apples. ■;.;•■.'..Bc' :.. ,:. Pint bottle Chow Chow, plain mixed or Gherkin*. 4c Lb. for Gloss Starch. 10c For 10-lb sack Corn Meal. ' 3&C Lb. for California Prunes. $1.00 For bushel box of Ben Davis Apples. 10c Lb. for new crop Citron. Peerless Meat Market % For. price and quality we are first. Sirloin Steak :.....: 12Vic Round Steak 10c Rib Roast .....' 10c and 12% c Pot Roast... ."..........■. 8c Boiling Beef • ■.:.......-. 4c Legs Lamb „ 12^c Legs Mutton ; lie California Hams V..::: 6>4c Halibut Steaks 15c Salmon Steaks .... 15c Fresh Crappies .-. 7 c Fresh Pickerel ..•.:.......-.....•....... 7r Fresh Herring 4e Fresh Lobster.-,1b.-.. , .\..,^.. 25c Heating Stove Sale All Heaters at less than cost. Some stoves at a...

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