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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

8 CITY NEWS ... A Visit From a Consul—J..W. David- Bon, United States consul at Formosa, was la the city Monday en route for Hot Springs, Ark., where his lather is seriously ill. . Saw Mill* at Work— but one of, the Minneapolis saw mills are now at work. The stage of water in the river is satisfactory lor driving and logs are being delivered by the boom company. ;C. J. Howard, Secretary—c. J. How ard, formerly agent for the Chicago,' Bur lington & Quincy road here has been named by Chairman Hall, of the Commercial Club public affairs committee, as temporary secre tary of the committee. Slot Machines Shipped —Twen- ty-one slot machines taken from the saloons of- Minneapolis have been' shipped to -West Euperioi, Wls. They are at the union depot in that city and there is much speculation as to what disposition will be made of them. R. A. Mabey ( uniliiK Home— A. Mabey, who went to California to make a special examination for the United States ] court, will return at once owing to t...

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. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL .17, 1901. VERXA For delicious pies and cakes try our pastry and cake department. Sweet Dairy Butter in jars, from 16c up. Good Creamery Butter, from 22c 1b up. Batavia Catsup, bottle 18c Indiana Parlor Matches, doz 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each 5c Fancy Lemons, doz ......10c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or.Parsnips, per peck..... ...10c Chili Sauce, bottle.. 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Persian Dates, lb .'.-..... 5c California Figs, in one-pound pa 6c Plums BS.::. g. re. a. t... 5c Peaches f™Z E™^:**L....:l* Prunes Good California; 3£s riUiieS ib 02S Preserved Pearsie. -, i«. Quart Jars IOC jars £06 Hominy VSffiiS; lOi Lamp Chimneys Sh rora 4c Best Saver Kraut 10c Tomatoes Kxtra standard,regular 71 --lOmdIOGS ittntrait.fnr.wn 12* Our Potatoes M-et st- rull6°- Corn co e 2 eir c. t....70« c 6e Scrubbing Brushes &S£tß Large bar White Lily Soap, sc; guaran teed equal to any 8c soap in the market. 12 bars Yerxa's Cor...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

8 New Spring ifP Overcoats. TpHIS is top coat weather and here * are Tip Top Top Coats. You may choose any style you like and be sure of finding it here. We have the swellest and best finished Covert Coats in this town at $10, $12 and $15. I ONG Coats, too, with the new 'yoke' ** shoulder in Oxford, and Covert Cloth. These garments are beautifully made and carefully tailored throughout. "No Clothing Fits Like Ours." Browning, King 4 Co. C. J GUTGESEUL, Manager. J/j-jIJ-j/Q Nicollet. REPUBLICANS WIN IN SOUTH DAKOTA Sioux Palls—The* city eleetiou was the quieust for years. The chief contest was for city assessor. K. K. Lomen, a populist, who ran as an independent, defeated H. M, Avery, the republican nominee. The light . personal one. The republicans elected all their nominees for aldermen. Chamberlain—The city election resulted m i.he election of a democratic ticket with the exception of city justice. W. T. LaFollette, ex-railroad commissioner, was elected mayor by 11 majority. The d...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKIL 17, 1901. THE WAY IT IAS. The Bedfast Man Who Got Up and Went to Business. This is the way it was. The man had been sick with ■ rheumatism and a com plication of troubles," and had been bed fast all winter. He had three of the best physicians in attendance, but uiscondition baffled their skill. Then it chanced that a pamphlet was put into his hands. He read of cures of men and women whose condition suggested his own, and he said: " That medicine is just what I need. Send for a bottle at once." If every sick person would reason as logically and act as promptly as did this man, there would be many more bedfast people able to be up and go to business. Every human body is organically alike. The blood is the life of the richest man as well as the poorest. If a king's blood gets out of order the same conditions fol- '." -■-_■._ - low in his body aa in any other man's. If a millionaire's blood be impure, his wealth can't preserve him from the skin eruptions which u...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

w HkKEL PLATE 307 NICOLLET AYE. Right Good Shoes at Low Prices.== Men's fine black vici kid box calf and Rex calf ' fflj shoes, on the new Saxon and -i college toes; _^^Pm good solid soles* #fa tflfe M^ % $2.50 values. Ufe "J 1111 \ Our price lU % 30 new styles Men's $3.00 Shoes, patent Vici m% 7; < -'J^lm Kid, Box Calf, Velour Calf and line Vioi; welted . rfsU. .. .^ ML soles, stylish new "Teddy," "Custom I and "Kor-jg jf \jjj^^L ™to" i"**; uar- £t± O A A £*■ /*&& anteed full value, X Ami J j9^^ for Hf%Mm%M See our swell "Cadet" Oxfords, in J&!ff^*/wi '■■■ patent calf and fine black velour '.j/*^3^J,J&3M .-■,' on the new ''Solace 7' last, *m± jr %mSr with double welt soles, U^ Jm ~ti&B2Sr You'll sar they Our price %|^ mMwMXtiEwr value for 83.50. Our price MILLINERY. IJI |h IHI |I H^« Sfim nil EE9 to 9 Imcwh BH h ■« jspS IkS BM bb^ Bfil BBi ■■■' BBKBb «88n' ■ - HB * An evident regard for the severe, so manifest among milliners this season, is no sign of good t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1901. I Wallace's Millinery f I THURSDAY BARGAINS. j • 400 TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS, | { including patterns and our copies of pat- jj| m terns, at prices way below all other deal- # • ers. Our $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10 c Hats • H are the very latest styles, finest quality H O and at 25 per cent less than you can • buy them elsewhere. ; • % Elegant Line of Ready-to- Wear Hats. @ I Special Sale on Flowers! | # DON'T MISS THIS SALE. # O WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. f§ § M. XL WAXiLACES, 1 © 515-517 NICOLLET AVENUE. # ©I ; _ . ; ; —_—__ # fef@j]ffii) 1 fitfrifff*ir?i* flftffft (Ifi fr?t frfr Iffllifffr "* '^^ *^ .^ DOES YOUR SKIN ROU6HEN, BURR, SMART, REDDEN ? YOUR HANDS and LIPS CHAP, CRACK, FEEL SORE and TENDER ? There's a simple healing-herb remedy for the Btin afflictions of these trying times, called 6ATIN-SK.IN Cream, made from fragrant flow ers, plant milk and beautifying l>al*ar.is. It's a harmless, effective wrinkle remover and tissue buildiug slcin food,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

12 _^^^^^-—pr~~r—:~~~ "l'_""".'. '!_""""" —!— ' "~J;*'"""™'™ Ag HBE ft HA HJM I SKI -**** fe^ AB 19 iM ■RSp^ sk tS^SW^w^^^c?^'^^ YOU ARF TO VOTTR HORSF HI $rM, I-' ;^^^BfPQll PwfilyMWjF Jli^W'^r NEW BLOOD AND STRONG NERVES THE BEST TEAM TO CARRY I^Blfifflylr -S^^? 111 B 11 Tlll^ff *-I V YOU OVER ™E DEBILITATING EFFECTS OF SPRING, AND Iclf o*l It ?tP?* iltaiS^B mm n^^^K^-^^^^^^^^^^^^ In tlle ays °^tlle s*ag coach li ° was customary to change horses every few miles T Ipf j l^^^^^^^^g^^^Pr^fi i nEa BLt^mIVU '"■^~~J=^T the tired, jaded team was replaced with well rested, spirited animals. Quicker T^^^^w^^^^^^S I "*' JWfll^^^^^^^SPlj *'• "*>" ■ schedules, well-pleased passengers and longer-lived animals was the result. This was >\N^!#^X' IWj fl^^^^^^^^^^^^2^«wv>" ~ found to be the best policy, viewed from a humanitarian or business stand-point. ti^&\\ |^^^^^^^^W||S^^^^^^S:r- c^A^:w "' Spring is the half-way house, the relay station between the extreme cold oi \^^__^^^^^^^^^^...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1901. WHAT MAYOR WALLING HAS TO BAY ABOUT Dr. Greene's Nenrura Mayor Walling, of Orange Park, Fla., voices the sentiment of many thousands of people who have found Dr. Greene's Ner vura blood and nerve remedy of incalculable benefit. The record of cures of serious ner vous complaints effected by this grand medicine is rolling steadily higher and higher. Read what Mayor Walling writes: "I have long been familiar with the fame of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and es pecially in its results in the case of my friends, many of whom oc cupy high places of honor and trust. In cases of nervousness from the strain of long sustained mental work, causing sleeplessness and lack of rest, it is excellent. I have used it myself and am now using it, ■nd I most cordially recommend the remedy."— H. H. Walling. This paper is continually printing letters from people of high position who unani mously praise Dr. Greene's great medicine ' for troubles of the blo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

M WHEAT FIRM AT THE CLOSE, WITH MAY 1034 c The Market Opened Higher, Sold Off 1-2 C, and Regained It Later. COLD WEATHER WAS A FACTOR Plenty of Damage Kuoiors, but Xotlilna: Definite—General Xciv» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 17—Wheat opened firm and a trifle higher this morning on the cold weather and the fear that it might extend far enough south and be severe enough to do some damage. As nothing came in the early news to war rant belief that there had been damage, the higher opening was soon lost and the mar ket eased off all around. Nevertheless there was some severe weather. Wichita and Con t.ordia, Kansas, reported freezing, and at Dodge City the thermometer stood at 30 de grees at 7 a. m. There was a fall of snow in Oklahoma. Topeka wired a rather sensa tional account of the severe cold and its effects, but in the same breath said that the wet and chilly weather was putting a check on insect development. It was impossible to make much capital out of the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKIL 17, 19011- WANT ADS ON PAGES 15, 16 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary R. Cabot to Anthony Knoll, south half lot 6, block 22, Bottineau's second addition |SSO J. W. Hlnkson and wife, S. P. Hink son and -wife and Susan Hlnkson iexecutrix) to Charles \V. Scranton, lot IS, block 2, South Side addition... 600 Rufus Cook and wife to Girard Trust company (trustee), lot S and part lot 25, auditor's subdivision 20 100 Valentine Emrick to Hagbert Hansen, part lot 7, block 4, C. L. Willis' ad dition 1,250 Elliot company to Peter L. Anderson, lot 2, block "C." J. S. & W. Elliot's addition 1,050 E. Barbara Sandhoff, C. A. Sandhoff, Gustave 11. Sandhoff and wife to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway company, lots 1, 2, 10. 11 and 12. block 24, Bassett' Moore & Cases addition 20,000 Ella B. Little and husband to John Stavely. lots 22, 2". and 24, block 15. Motor Live addition 2,500 Henry Mackey and wife to William Ende, Jr.. in section 29, town , 120, rang...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

m 16 : v - WANT ADS ON PAGES 15, 16 NUMBER 47—Continued. REAL - ESTATE AND MORTGAGES— whether you wish to buy or sell, call on Fi nance Co. of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court.. &,. VERY CHEAP HOUSES. £* & 1600, 2219 Madison st NE; five rooms. Q, Q $660, 2221 Madison st NE, six rooms. Q g, Each lot 37x124,-and each has a barn Q 43 and shed. Q 8 $650, 2838 21st ay S, five rooms, new- S P ly shingled; cellar and well. v Q NICKELS & SMITH, £ 311 Nicollet " avenue, second floor. Q 1^ SPECIAL BARGAIN. 6 O & <& —You may be looking for O & such! Read this! Modern & O house, 10 good spacious rooms £ o and bath, good furnace, gas, Q, • O mantel, fireplace, city water, O. q sewer, large reception hall, jo> •O good size lot, eighth ward, £$ ■0;' good surroundings, inside 27th O I "• -I $ LANE & CONRAD CO., & <Q> 513 Phoenix Building. S . WE BUY and sell city and farm property. SMort Loans. C. A. Quist & Co.. 109 4th at S. 48,200— FREMONT AY 8 AND ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNiSE PEICE TWO CENTS. LAYS DUTY ON SUGAR Export Duty on Coal; Higher Income Tax. BUDGET IN ENGLAND Suspend Sinking Fund and Borrow £60,000,000. TAXES TO YIELD £11,000,000 Jver :i.000.000 rounds of This Will Be on Coal—Chancellor's Statement. o o : London, April IS—The budget : : adds two pence to the income : : tax, making it one shilling two : : pence. J : It does not provide an increase : : in the duties on beer, wine or : ! : tea, spirits or tobacco. : : A duty of 4s 2d per hundred- : : weight will be imposed on re- : : Sued sugar. : : Raw sugar polarizing below : : M is to pay a duty gradually : : diminishing, according to each : : degree of polarization, to a : : minimum* of 2 shillings at a : : polarization of 76. : : A duty of 2 shillings per nun- : : dred weight is imposed on : : molasses. : : West Indian sugar is not ex- : : cepted. : : A duty of 1 shilling and 8 : : pence per hundred weight is lm- : : posed on glucose. : : A shilling per ton duty is im-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

£ Malaria* Malaria means bad air ; bad air meenspolMMd »i» p ; breathing poisoned air poisons the system. I Doctors call this Malaria. It is an insidious poison. . ' •It affects every part of the system. ' It affects tha, •trong and healthy as welt as the weak and debtli- V"*fc""l " • * tated.;; It can be eliectu-, Ifill "££*s / ally and permanently laj^^K^l driven out only by the us» (Vr^^^^S M an absolutely pur**!*.l t U'flxl^fflEb^_ 'coholic stimulant. , ? f^^Sm^^ i Duffy'o Am ' Hk MmMWhlmkmy : i f^^~^Sffi[ffly y has a matchless record of i Tr*-«wtflß 3 nearly half a century as ' • B^L7lueJ^ft|)uL^ lne greatest remedy ever :} -• r^aTtM^2^^|dUcovered for the cur« '• I malaria. It cores be- ! I cause it is absolutely pure, free from all deleterious substances, especially fusel oil; it acts on the : digestive organs, purifies and stimulates the blood. , 1 *nd drives out all malaria germs. Leading doctors \ everywhere prescribe it for malaria. All druggists land grocers sell it ; if ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

THUESDAY EVEIS I!]^^, rAPEIL" 18, 1901. NB9 bSSb SBEKk H Bh aVSm *-■;' H^B mßStk HUB *' ' ABBt * II B3 flßft «9 SB Specials for 2 Days Not only do wo off you easy payment terms, hut in addition, we name the very lowest prices. Ladies' Cane Seat Sew- _ A m .'■ ; ers bevel plate mirror, incr Unr>v«»r ** A Large Arm Wood Seat well made and finished; i 1 .'.... 990 Rocker, £f g%n Friday, fl*O QC One to a customer. only ......^J.ZiO only.v:;.slpiVO;; 3-piece Parlor Suit, velour cover, Couch, exceptionally large,vyelour mahoganized frame, well #ißg ; cover, -tufted and d»|V^£%C worth 325.00. For Fri- 29 I«J guaranteed; worth 3|51_2j3 day 0n1y...................^ 1V: 15; only .v.y..^r vv Sjjhi 'i rtfii — ' 'i' JfccgaaEJlp -- : Unsurpassed Values in Our I igWfe!, • carpet dept: ijp^A^^Jlf f *>#ilfl Good Brussels Carpets, Fa Q n [tU <^> * iLssta- worth 65c. This week 'rwv ! 3iiic=^~^ / *V ! Excellent Brussels Car- "TOk.r* I fr^»ytr<LJ /> mi pets, worth 85c. Cut to.. I«f C ■...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

■'& THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, ■ j;s.Molaix :' 'MANAGER. •'."■' EDITOR. ■' .' ;:T.HE JOURNAL is published every evening, except ; Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Bull din Minneapolis^ Minn.» ; C. J. unison,, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department ; NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. -, CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. j, Delivered by Mall. " 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.............. 8 cents On© copy, one m0nth............36 cents Single copy ...................... 2 cents ' , CHANGES OF ADDRESS • Subscribers ordering' addresses of their papers changed must always • give their former as well as present address. • CONTINUED AH papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for disco...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1901. Woman's Work in preparing appetising and . wholesome food is lightened by this famous baking powder, mi Delicious Cake iL^HHi Dainty Pastries Absolutely pure. It adds healthful qualities to the food. ROYAL Baking Powder The '' Royal Baker and Pastry Cook " There are cheap baking powders, made from — most practical and valuable of i >, alum, but they are exceedingly harmful to cook books — free to every patron. health. Their astringent and cauterizing Send tali address by postal card. qualities add a dangerous element to food! ' COURT NEWS ROASTED BY HARVEY I'robttir Judge Heprijuauda au Ad iiilulnlrulur. Judge Harvey of the probate court is displeased over the manner in which F. A. Gilman has administered the estate of Michael Burns, and says so in very plain terms. Mrs. Cora H. Maxwell, one of the granddaughters of the deceased, has not been able to secure her portion of the es tate, which is a moderate one. and was obliged to appeal to the cour...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS HEAD CAMP POLITICS Campaign Among Modern Woodmen Against Northcote. THE DEPUTY SYSTEM INVOLVED W. G. Johnson Leading the Fight— State Camp Physician. . Problem. The meeting rof tlie head camp of the Modern Woodmen of America, -which will take place in St. Paul June 11, will be one of the liveliest sessions in the history of the organization, as well as the largest. Head Consul Northcote will he a candidate for re-election. An attempt will be made to defeat him, but the result will probably be his election. • The growth of the order has been mar velous. It now has a membership of over £00,000, which Is remarkable considering the few years of its existence. There has been some difference of opin ion in the last two conventions as to the policy of Head Consul Northcote, and the, •campaign against Northcote was begun this year before the various state camps were held in the hope of pledging against him delegations from state camps. Illinois, ■with. 122 delegates out of a tot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING.. APRIL 18, 1903 L YERXA These for to-morrow, Friday, the 19th: . : € lbs of good Dried Peaches for 25c Good California Prunes, 1b........... 3%c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb ..... 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, lb .. .7. . 7c Persian Dates, lt> .................... 5c California Figs, Ilb blocks, each .... 6c Sweet Dairy Butter in jars, from 16c up. Good Creamery Butter, from 22c lb up. Batavia Catsup, bottle .......18c Indiana Parlor Matches, do* ........... 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c Frega CocoanuU, each ................' 5c Fanoy Lemons, dos ....:...V..........10c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per. peck .....10c Chili Sauce, bottle ..10c Salad Dressing; bottle ..........10c Good sized, thin-skinned, California Lemons, 8c dozen. • Preserved Pears, K^^r# Quart jars IOC Jam IOC Hominy &KSL*?. .. ... lOe lamp Chimneys Sh2^l^ 4c Best Saver Kraut &£". 1 10 c Tomatoes Extra standard, regular "I 1» I O III dIO6B tftto gra...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

8 Heir's Millinery Our Weekly Bulletin is looked for by Economical Buyers. Our array of beautiful Trimmed Hats is unexcelled in the Twin Cities. Exceptional values Friday and Saturday Hats made with hair braid, tucked chiffon, facing trimmed with satin back velvet ribbon, lace flowers and orna- fii^i Cl| ments, cheap at : $7. Two days' price .......... H**tm%M.%J Straw Hats, all new shapes, trimmed with straw, net, flowers and ornaments. These are a very hanesome line of fmffe hats. Extraordinary value at ...........! 1 v". V... *Pfc '%M . V.; Astonishing values in fine Chiffon Hats, with the latest trim mings; worth $10.00 in any store. Choice Friday mH& Kffe and Saturday .........',..:.... :.; v ... :' m%M\J A few new patterns, also some extra fine hats from our own work rooms, worth up to $15.00, Friday &£il CA ■- 1 fll and Saturday, choice .....:,..,.., !PBSbOW and 91W 1009-101M0I3 Washington Avenue s. Medical Book Free. '• KNOW THYSELF I ,josiw£ Know Thyself Manuel, a b...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

•ffiimSDAY EVEK'ING, APEIL 18, 1901. ANHEUSER-BUSCH" 5 W The Great 3m FoodDrinK @^lp^"^j) is easily assimilated : --^frX^W^ by the weakest stom ach. '; Enriches the blood, increases its nourishing power. Good for ill, convales cent and well. All can use it with benefit. Sold by druggists. The superb product of the Ahheuserrßusch Brewing Ass n , St. Louis, U.S. A. -: Brewers of the Original Budweiser, Faust, Michelob, Pale-Lager, Anheuser-Standard, Export Pale, Black & Tan and Exquisite. V\ Isn't it fdPfoolish ffV^^ to pay $5.00 1 JJT 1 fora hat when §1 IPv^ you can buy g |I ™ MHM ■ . - - ' |ft I 1 Mi ■' ' Ha The 1 Gordon |:| for so '*} | II much less © 1 BoM^esternlinej t JC.ST.P.M.&O.RYJ -i Ticket office. 418 Xlcollet At., Phone, 240 .Main +Ex. Sun. Others dally. Lenve ' Arrive Badger State Express— > 7:50 10:45 Chi'go, Mllw'kee.Madison f am pin ■. Chicago— Express- 10:40 pm 11:55 am Chicago—Fast Mall 6:25 pin! 9:00 am North-Western Limited- ) 7:30 ' 3:16 Chl'go, Milw'ke...

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