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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

B IMaoglii Special Prices! With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our XXXX at 15c per lb. To show the Trust our Coffees can not be kept from the people WE SELL GROCERIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $1.00 Mlbs ss* IIJOB Quality Flour, $1.00 This flour is the celebrated WHITE SATIN, made by the Barber Milling Co. in Minneapolis, and we recommend it as better than Pillsbury's, which lately we have been running as our first quality, but liud it difficult to ob tain of the high grade we want. We will sell it in future at- the following price: MPILLSBURY'S I a,B t^B m. Our second —wr ™ quality. Flour, $1.88 9 Best Gloss lar Se 3H« JldrUl lump, 3 pounds f0r.... lUC Prntiac New California, « A 1 iUDcS per pound *1Q Matches Best parlor, 8c iUalCficS 12 boxes for. ©S TKna Worth 6c, our price, «J. I\ICC per lb aC Pane 8-lb. cans, . C A I Ctt3 per can. y|« Lima Beans pir bcar'........8c Cum 2"lb- cans > # " ft a Will II per can ....... ...... 05 Tntnnfapc Standa...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

9?EIIY EVENING. JANUARY 11. 1901. fijßß-V WDJ£ COMERS ||y_ ILBAKA «JEMT^ Jkj&_ ALL EAR AMERICA Europeaj Federation to Oppose Ajrican Competition. VIENN/>RESS SOUNDS WARNING fcif-ugu! Between Europe and the LnlJ States the Feature of ( the .Mew Century. Mmw Yk Sun Somotml Smmvlmm Vleni Jan 11. —The newspapers here devote mch attention to the recent Bpeeoh" Senator Lodge, which they re gard aa formal announcement that the l'nlte<Jtates aims at achieving commer cial a; economic supremacy throughout the wld. It is accepted as a perfectly eeriou challenge, and several journals advocs the adoption of M. Paul Leroy- Beaulu's project of a European economic fedenoD to meet American competition :ljonly effective means of defense. Th Neves Wiener Journal considers that great struggle between America and urope will constitute the leading charteristic of the twentieth century. It s» that Mr. Lodge is the first man ivhohas ventured to suggest that war ■wit' Europe in the literal sense o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

10 Women's Depts. on Second Floor. lTHE|^YMoimr| V3£Jv 39th Semi-AnnuaJ "^-^^^^ Reduction SaJe. /&sffillnfi£X Laddies' Jackets. Cvw^»^?3L^rs^ Ladies' Jackets in Kersey, V/*%|j£*""^J> $*& Cheviot and Bout-le, lined \j^S^t -HL throughout, coat and storm cot cf\ collars; worth $7.50 to $15.00. *^.jH/ **$& Ladies' Jackets la black and colors, silk lined throughout, kerseys, chev y »*«s y£>ZjTsSm&cA. lots and boucles; worth cm cf\ j&%r& *v^fc^iw lx from ?15-0 t0 520-00 Satur - *^»Jv / A\ ft JJJU^\ Great reductions in Golf c« >k /<&! V \ 9 ilrsVVk JCapes, $10.00 for . *5.00; 111 \f >*. >£*£« J'2#Ci«3*^s and $16.50 for mvr (^**>*^^ k*s^!wir'vMlrß Children's Jackets, sizes S^WjCwv?E'S(¥'i* from 4 to 14 years; worth c^% eft >7VW^^^\ $6.50 to 1000 Saturday <:)l' U jL« Women's Furnishing Dept. } 20 dozen ladies' wool plated vests only, regularly sold at C^-» $1. Closing price........ M AJt- Ladies' striped and small check flannelette night...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 11, 1901. Linen Sate, rtznzsr f f A/iCOL LET Al/t. Ja^^^ Linens * Housekeeping Goods AT SPECIAL PRICES. Pattern Cloths I and Napkins. • We make a' specialty of these goods,- showing a large' assortment of the newest patterns; 2. 2 1,, and 3 yard widths, round, square and oblong. Table Damask. By the yard—bleached, half bleached and cream, and we have a large line of new patterns to select from. Hemstitched Sets, Tray Cloths, Fringed Sets, . Tea Cloths, Linen Sheets and Pillow- Cases, Napkins, Cotton Sheets and Pillow Cases, Towels, Bed Spreads, Towelings, Turkish Bath Towels, Etc. Everything in Our Complete Linen Dept. at reduced prices. Muslins and Sheetings By the yard at SPECIAL PRICES. Muslin Underwear At Reduced Prices— All of the garments are the latest spring styled, new and dainty trimmings, the best of fabrics, and in variety sufficient to please everybody. Note the following prices: i Gowns. i Skirts. $1.00 Gowns. .85 ; $1.00 Skirts.. .85 | 1.25 Gow...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

12 %t* .*•*;-»*? .^. ;^-.***i ;^' *v "V ■•■•' ■•;*•' .*•*.'■■«♦'..^ ■.;.*•*.. " : hP •--; HP. * HP;r.HPv HP'S HP HP HP.: .Hp HP r ..Hr ■■ HP 'Hpf.'Hp HP HP \# i* #- # # - B 7" f^ J T^ A Don't neglect an aching back. m m% C& 11/ *^j 'i iT\T fl |*$ £\ ft^ #J /^ 1 r Backache is the first symptomatic indication W^^W IL ff |J 111 IC l/iLjii of Sick Kidneys. **w TT ***** Vl H*W J-^Uwll. • Sick Kidneys call for prompt attention, neg f^ wrlWj » T . • ; v^i •:, ,* - l ,<; cc* of Kidney Ills endangers life itself. Kid* f l\™/:;: \ W?s£ Waril'n9 Cfy °f Ills. Backache is the Kid- ney troubles are easily cured in the earlier I IJ , jl^J ■■ L V neys' cry for help —The aches and pains of a bad back stages. Doan Kidney phi are for the Kid -1 Wr lJl|f : »v % —The lame back The weak back tell of Kidneys sick neysoniy. M 111 lP^ JStjt A from Overwork; Kidneys become blocked, Congested, in- Cure every Kidney 111 from common backache M^lßk /mM: - '■} >; flamed- No time : should be wasted. Go t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, jANTTAITr IT, 190 T. Before inventory S^SSTo VTs Kitchen Furnishings. R £%R\ i^ Useful articles, that sell regularly a£^ : KJJ^^HSk at 58c, 60c, 65c, 70c. All at uni- ■;• A 1 J/^ 1 form cut price of si* >^ \& coxsxstih or Coffes Boilers, Dish Pans, * Wash Boilers, Double Boilers, . Baking Pans, Cake Boxes, Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Flour Boxes, - Perserving Kettles, Galvanized Tubs, Garbage Cans, Etc. Another assortment of articles selling regularly at 28c, /^ A*m 30c,33c,35c,37c;at................................ Ji^C ( I f\Q£\ Mechanics' Tools ( Granite and Tinware, 1 \J/O J Carvers, £%)jO ) Andirons and Fire Sets, m«oou»t. j Cutlery. Di»oouat ( Bath Room Fixtures. , iih&^iiiiii|ii|i| Low Cut Prices in Everything. Goods delivered free In city. w. n. Riorison X Co., ' hardware, cutleky. • ll* if! U! idYll II VV» f MECKANXCB' TOOLS, 247-249 Nicollet Avenue. ! Kitchen Furnishings, Etc- joint session at this juncture without first making such choice would be ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

w a 1£ WHEAT WAS A SALE Market Did Not Hold Up and Closed Lower. CORN WAS STEADY AND QUIET Argentine .Made La rare Shipments of Wheat and \orthneit Receipts Increaaed. , 11 nil I I 1 ill I I I I 1 «■+++■ + + + Close Close + 4. THE DAY'S RESULT To- Yes- + 4- day. trd'y. + + May wheat, Minneapolis.76Vi 77 + + May wheat, Chicag0.....77% .77%' + + May wheat, Du1uth......78 78% + tMay wheat, St. Louis 75% 76 + May wheat, New Y0rk...81 82% + Ginniiii I I I I I I I I l-H-H Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 11.—Wheat was depressed at the start this morning. May opened 8 c lower, at 76»4c. Three items weighted the market and forced the lower opening. Liverpool came %d lower, Argentine shipments showed a surprising ! gain, running to 784,000 bushels against 60,- j 000 bushels last week, and 776,000 bushels j last year, and northwestern receipts were J comparatively heavy. The : two markets re- I ceived 474 cars, against 209 yesterday and 334 j a year ago. The market was inactive and dull ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 190t Advertising is a Good Thing :'l\^ {NUMBER Continued. &888SSSSSS&S!8*S!^8!8SS&3!8iS!i!SS!S ?• "-■: '■- - ■ • 'i <-•-■■■• Zi ?*OUR ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARING 5, ; % SALE NOW GOING ON. Si *• *» S$ BOUTELL BROS.. IST AY S AND ■& ■ *• STH ST., g ?hggSBSgSBSgBgiBiSSSggSgB 88S888S88iSS888SSS*iSSgS NUMBER 3. '• AUCTION SALES Si! iZi* i$Z i !J?-£?J!£!2«2?2 ? J?i!S!JJ»!i!2 SBSB^3SiS3 Zi : AUCTION. AUCTION. *2 & EVERY DAY THIS WEEK. Zi S ; ' We are offering our entire stock of % % fine jewelry, sterling silverware, cut *^ Zi glass, diamonds, watches, clocks and Jj *Sj novelties. Ladies especially invited to Zi Zi attend this sale, 10:30 a. m., 2p. m. Zi % FISKE BROS., JEWELERS. % *. 32 Washington ay S. A. E. Gregory, % Zi * -Auctioneer. Zi NUMBER 6. . BUSINESS CHANCES WALKER. 40-4 CENTURY BUILDING, HAS the largest list of business chances of any firm in the northtfe'st. When looking for in vestment, call on him. BUY WHEAT ON THJJ BREAK ANITS...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

16 - ——-""■»>——^^^M—^e^MiM^M^tt^i . —v....._ . , . ... mto Dk«jß EBflß B»M» dl^BJbfri ..... . „ .... _ .._ . ... . tp 3yßFKrats-^ E fnek ft Jmn l ?HESUkPIIISE store 318AND320 \> — J/J BETWEEN THIRD AND . WM MM MM liCjHIRI ~"sir^^^^^iP^%^C^r&P^^^™ J THIRD AND NICOLLET AYE FOURTH STREETS. *VW 318 AND 320 \^^ BETWEEN THIRD AND m WUU D| Vj AH m(^gr NICOLLET AYE. FOURTH STREETS. An occasion excelling all past efforts and attempts; a feast of lil irlHPi l<i '-'- The Twentieth Century Outfitters. Wholesale manufacturers offerings in Men's and Boys' Apparel, This Third Quarterly Com- Tm 1 ■•=■&•' ■ jBjM mW' 1L and dlrect retailers of Hen's and Boys' Apparel. Beginning with the parison Sale, which begins Saturday, will be a welcome event to \g ■ -W ' /Wm I ■ **'■ pieCe goods ' manufacturing on a vast scale, in perfectly sanitary many thousands. The offerings for this triumphal festival are not M /if &' IB union workrooms and retailing direct, under insignificant expense ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNA PEICE TWO CENTS. ACCEPT THE JOINT NOTE Chinese Envoys Receive Or ders to Sign. EMPRESS BACKS DOWI Step Toward a Settlement of the Chinese Question. HIGH OFFICIALS DISSATISFIED A Report From Shanghai Says 1.1 Hung' Chang- In Breaking Down Mild Death In .War. Peking, Jan. 12.—The Chinese peace com missioners have received orders from the court to sign the Joint note of tha powers. AGREES TO PARTITION Conclusion Drawn From a. Conces sion by Salisbury. London, Jan. 12. —The Daily Chronicle makes the following important statement: "From a trustworthy, source we learn ■that .Lord Salisbury has agreed to cede to Russia the railway from Niu-Chwang to Shan-Hai-Kwam. It is not known what compensation will be received for the concession." Leading financiers versed in Chinese affairs who were interviwed yesterday by j a representative of the Daily Mail ap peared to think that, if the news were correct, it indicated that Lord Salisbury recognized the impossibility of preve...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

2 GOODNOWIN DEMAND He Will Not Be Able to Leave for Home Until Jan. 27. HE EXPLAINS CHINESE FINANCES Tovrne Hm Mot Decided About n Speech In the Senate—lpper HtMlMlMrt Keiervoln. •?.:"; hrvtn Th» Journal Jiureau. Room AS. rot* ; Building, Washington. • Washington, Jan.- 12.— John Goodnow ;*• has decided that he will remain in Wash fj< ington until the 27th of the month. He r-f has various reports to make to the state . { department and he has been requested by , another cabinet officer to give 'them' the '■! benefit of knowledge gained at Shnnkhai. ':■.C\ He spent f this morning. with Secretary }\ Gage explaining the Chinese financial and j commercial methods. ''; - . P He will be the guest of honor at the Gridiron club banquet on the 2Cth at which-a* will make an j address. The .ii speeches delivered there are never pub ,^j lished, so that Goodnow's 'witticism can- I out be rlaiutt to Minnesotans. ? i The house to-dya passed the Morris bill ';•! granting permission to the Indian...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1901. I S /40% lam ■■'"-' ' ' ■'■'": f:!^:^ ;^:";;si;:i!^^''^; r' ■-';.:---' ■': :■ •;v^ . -"._ ■ ,•;■ : c .■■ ■. : s£slMi%XS± /©\ Shoe Trade of the Northwest /*g& \ jf y Ert*t*ttnn * v*^/ J x^»^^/ m&w*&mMmßOff m \ / SHOE CO. I To-day step into the arena of the ShoeTradeof the Northwest armed I to make war on high prices. Our manufacturing connections I enable us to place Shoes in the Retailers' hands at prices less than I heretofore paid by Jobbers. We carry in stock and can furnish you I at a moment's notice the leading lines of the country at less than I Manufacturers' prices* WBijf p^j others am extra profit? I manufacturers 0 prices. Why pay others an extra profit? I We quote the following' concerning our manufacturers and I our new method of business from the editorial page ol 1 The Boot and Shoe Recorder 'Boston, Mass.: New Idea in Shoe Distribution Greets the Opening OF SHOE INTERESTS: I IVIAIVUVIOTM CONSOLIDATION OF" SHOE INTERESTS:...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

1: GREAT LIGHT IS DARKENED Continued From First Page. . ous case. "He loved the profession, and ;he ' was beloved and admired by his associates, young and old. Few lawyers can"point to a ■• grander, a more- successful or a nobler career at the bar. , « '...'. . Hlm'Public Life, y-. Though absorbed in his profession and ever ■» busy lawyer, he nevertheless ■ always kept In touch* with public affairs, aid was always ready to lead and to guide the ' impulse and 1 heart of our people in their jaspirations for ' relief and reform. I well remember when In the early seventies there was a' great uprising among the people of the northwest against *th« exactions of the railroads, how he became the acknowledged leader of the movement, - and how in his great speech entitled '"Modern Feudalism," he voiced in most eloquent and convincing terms ' the grievances complained of and the reforms desired by the masses of the people.' That speech, which he delivered In many! places, and his - attitude on...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12, 1901 (My/iofKgoodfl 'JBe^surerandsecurer \ theseSJtmrlvaffedi' of^your * druggistotidealeQ j §THE CARE OF THE HAIR should be of Interest to every woman. If Cray or Bleached, it can be restored to its natural color, or made any shade desired. The Imperial Hair Regenerator ia the acknowledged STANDARD HAIR OOLOKI>TG of the age. It is easily ap plied, makes the hair soli and glossy, f* absolutely harmless. Sample or hair col ored tree. Currespoiideuce confidential Imperial Chcni..Hl£.C3., W.23d St., New ¥«* Sold by Hofflln-Thompson Drug Co., 101 . S. Wash. Applied S. R. Hegener, 207 Nlcollet. "Good Bread Ooocfl Buttor, Good Coffee." THE GRILL 308*3 First Ay. 8. "I think we ought U> avoid slang when we are discussing our national institutions." "What's • with you? Slang is one of our national institutions." [ and the Lijy j ; < Illustrate, the difference ? ; between lard and | WESSON ODORLESS COOKING OIL j ■ . . I S A PURELY VEGETABLE PRODUCT. | 5 ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS t■ . - The Harris Funeral- funeral of the late P. H. Harris will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his residence, jCOI Twenty-seventh avenue S. Mr. Holton's Souvenir—The; staff of the Northwestern National bank presented to Frank K. Holton a Bet of cut glass. He leaves the Northwestern National .with the good will and friendship of the entire start. Slot Machine* In Demand—The drug •tore of J. W. Thompson. 800 Washington avenue SE, was entered by burglars Thursday and, several' slot machines stolen; An em-, ploye of the store lost an overcoat and a pair of gloves. No money or other valuables Were taken from the place. Two Bondsmen Settle—The state has •ettled with the sureties of the State Bank of Minneapolis, allowing the two responsible sureties, A. E. Rice of Willmar and S. K. Olson of Minneapolis, to pay their pro rata ■hare, $600 each. Of the twenty-seven bonds men only Olson and Hice are in a position to pay. A Meat Inspector* Chance — The United States ci...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

IJATUBDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12; 1901. MINNESOTA ! LOAN & TRUST 60. ; HIMMBAPOLII, MINN. i Capital....... $500,000.00 ! ; Guaranty Fund . $100,000.00 I Interest 2*ss& • Allowed on *% l«»* ■ Deposits. «*BS&. ; Legal Depository O'Ok 2" ■.. for Courted O2*> £££„ [ Trust funds. c*u ! INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort | gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. ! TRUSTS—AH classes of Trusts care [ fully administered. ; i SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. I Protect Your Homes From Fire BY USING "KILFYRE" A dry powder compound. Harms nothing tout tire. Beware of Imitations. Cmc« ft larkcnn General Sales Agents, wross a jac&sun m Bank of rommere( ; p2oiyNDICATE^^ LENOX I dfflHffll AND I dJU&UAtidi* ST EI RLYJ <BWMB§ THE GRILL Dining and Lunch Room 308-310 FIRST AY. S. "At-m You Eating 7" BUYING TOOLS <'01. liixtoe Say* Hollanders Are Picking- Up American Ways. Colonel Soren Listoe of St. Paul, United States consul at Rotterdam, Holland, is home on a snort visit. , He says tools and...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

8 FIRM ON THE CLOSE Armour Rumors Are in the Mar ket. HE IS SAID TO BE A BUYER The Bulge In the Last Hoar-Wan the Feature—Corn and Flax Markets. Close Close THE DAY'S result To- Yes day, trd'y. May wheat. Minneapolis.76% 76»4 May wheat, Chicago 77% 77% May wheat, Duluth 78V* 78 May wheat, St. Louis 75% 75% May wheat, New Y0rk...82 81% Minneapolis Chamber of . Commerce, Jan. . 12.—1t was a featureless day in wheat. May opened unchanged at yesterday's close, 76 l.*i"- Liverpool was MA lower. The tendency was downward at the start, May touching 76c, but the market held at this point. Armour was again reported buying May, which steadied it. Aside from some figure* showing an in . crease in Australian shipments to 344,000 bushels, and an estimate of 3,000,000 bushels for world's shipments, there were no items of Influence. The market was quiet in a Ho range until Just before noon when there was a show of strength on New York report of export business. May touched 76%@76%c, the high point...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY T2, asof^v 101 DOCTOR 1 SATS There Is Oily One Mfilfl by which CATARRH AND CONSUMPTION CAN tft PERMANENTLY CURED THE UNITED STATES HEALTH REPORTS SU THAT THE 34 PER CENT. REDUCTION IN THE DEATH RATE FOR 1900 WAS WHOLLY DUE TO ITS USE, This, then. Is the question you must decide. Whether you will continue to experiment with the old methods of treat ing Catarrh and Consumption, or use the new. The facts of the case are these: The old methods, which comprise stomach medicines, cod liver oil, tonics, sprays, douches, atomizers and vapors, have been used continuously for years, and as a test of their value you have but to refer to the records published yearly by the United State* during this time. These rec ords show that in 1885 the deaths from these diseases were eighty-one thousand and thirty-four in this country alone. From that date the number of deaths caused by respiratory diseases increased so rapidly that they had reached the appalling num ber of ;wo hu...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

10 I i bßh k hßbßr fi& ■ 811 h^^S ■ ebb Kfi _^Jb iHb bi v fl 1 BB^BS > - B «b a■■ ■ ■^em pflfl e&I bw Be» £Sb^3£kSl Bfl II The Danger of Kidney Trouble. 1 || H Kidney Diseases are recognized as fatal, but their symptoms are often || || \\ passed by as unimportant.' A backache or headache may be slightly painful || i 8 at the start and may grow worse gradually without causing alarm. There's I II H where/the danger lies! Many apparently trivial symptoms are th 9 warnings of | M I j nature to indicate the presence of most deadly disease. Look especially for | II 11 any abnormal condition of the urinary organs. Don't neglect finding out I B B whether you are really affected or not. If you need a remedy use the best. | fl I CURED CHRONIC CASE. . f^^ZUg&IJSSE* ■ RELIEF FROM THE START. 1 MM Gi°^L Fa T k (Foundryman), 1419 back, in the region of the kidneys, _ Fred Felthouser, sth Aye., and4th g 0&3 S. 13th St., L* Crosse, Wis., "To© almost constantly, and was so sorely S...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12, 1901. Advertising is a Good Thing NUMBER ill—Continued. CA ME RON B" TRANSFER AND STORAGE— t urniture moved, stored, packed *nd .hipped. We pay for all damage caused by careless ness. Best facilities and largest a.id finest vans and transfer in the city. Office, 2CO Me. ay. Tel.,, both lines, 1.'03; residence. 2334 L. FOR RENT—A NINE-ROOM HOUSE, MOD ern in every respect;" hardwood floors and finish throughout;, at very low rent. Best location in Sunnyside addition. New, high grade furniture for sale at liberal discount. P 535, Journal.- . . FOR PARTLY MODERN HOUSE, three or six rooms, to small families; cen trally located. 623 Medical block. 6t.i7 Btn' ay N. eight-room modern house; furnace, bath, gas, etc., $22.50. : 2302 Clinton ay, seven-room dwelling-house, city -water, sewer, $15. 2309 sth ay S. 9 rooms, city water, barn, $20. 1722 Nicollet ay, in rooms, modern, $S5. 2430-4 th »v S. modern 10-rooui house/ $20. 126 Willow t, on Loring Park, _d floor...

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