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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

10 FIRM TONE RULING IN THE WHEAT MARKET The Unfavorable Southwestern Crop; Reports Continue Coming, but Have Slight Effect. I CROP OUTLOOK IS MAINTAINED .Warm Weather May Ilrius limed ,! Development, nut There Is Xo - Damage to Date. Minneapolis Chamber, of Commerce, April , Wheat had a firm turn this morning. -May opened &c higher at 70%@71c and sold to 71>4c. A great many bad crop reports are coming from the southwest. None of ; them carry anything very definite and all read in too broad a way to have much effect. "The • trade does not take them too ; seriously and it is the belief that there has been no change \ from the favorable outlook for the . crop,. yet •this dally talk of damage operates to maka traders cautious and to keep them on the long side. There appears no doubt that bug and fly Infested districts are numerous through Kansas and Texas, and nervousness is felt as to what degree of development will'follow a warmer turn in the weather. Killing frosts were" repor...

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. — 18 April 1901

rHURSDAY EVENING. APEIL 18. 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS T. A. Bowen, guardian, to Christian J. Evensta, part lot 3, block 43, High land Park addition $750 Win. H. Lyon, Jr., and wife to Monika Vaars, part lots 7 and 8, block 5, Lee's subdivision 1,200 John A. Stavely to Francis L. Town, part lots 24 and 23, block 5, Motor Line addition 1,500 Frances L. Town and husband to J. A. Stavely, in section 10, township 117, range 23 1,500 Peter H. Sexton and wife to Mads L. Reisern, part lots 5 and 6, block 7, Menage's fourth addition 333 Peter F. Sexton, guardian, to Mads L. Reisen, part lots 5 and 6, block 7, Me nage's fourth addition 667 Wm. McLeod and wife to Lillle May Rose, south half lot 2. block 2. Gif patrick's second addition 1,000 Farmers and Mechanics' Saving* Bank to Noah Sehanfleld, lot 15, Cornell's rearrangement 4,000 M. O. Little and wife to J. O. Stavely, part lot 1, block 6, Lake of the Isles addition 4,000 , Minnesota Loan and Trust company to Isa...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 April 1901

12 WANTS-Pages 11,12. 44 PERSONAL Continued. DOES It pay to advertise? Send address and 4c stamps tor mailing charges, to Hofflin'a Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re turn mail you get an embossed aluminum comb in leatherette case that retails at 25c. PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Cummings, stocks and grain, address P 956, Journal. HAIR SWITCHES. HAIR CHAINS, W TIGS. toupees, pompadours; mail orders promptly filled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar, 409 Nleollet, up- Etalrs. Established 1873. __ OHIO PICTURE FRAME MFG. CO., 113 Washington Aye N, Frame all kinds of pictures 50 per cent cheap er than any other nrai In the city. Big stock. REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES RE paired and relined. Tin and sheet iron work of all kinds. Stoves stored. Great Western Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin ay. Tel. 161. N. W.—HAVE FOUND WATCH. PLEASE FAC SIMILE TYPEWRITING. Minneapolis Circular and Addressing Bureau, Suite 16-17-18, Mpls. Trust Bldg. Scud for samples and prices. BEAUTY IS POW'ERI CONSEQUENTLY Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAfi PRICE TWO CENTS. STORM OVER THE BDDGET c Against the Coal : d Sugar Tax. AK'IS UP ALREADY r;0 :■ Say They Will Be Driven Tom the Markets. -P.:h LS ARE HIGHLY ELATED ■« ■:;■ cc in the Budget an Effec tive "Weapon Against the Ministry. ,•'•>:•*■ »*k Sun Special Sorvfco 1 'Lvon, April 19. —The inevitable out . •>m those effected by the new taxes iready begun. Members of the 3 of commons that are coal mine ■ ji's or shippers voiced discontent in ' > obbies of the house. They contend the whole burden will fall on Great .in and embitter the relations be ■ « n employers and employes. They say ." i.j existing contracts with foreign gov • V nentt, will be seriously handicapped., y rely upon the. existence of the' tubers of commerce to organize an op- I ition formidable enough to compel the : .hdrawal of the coal duty, Reports from Cardiff and the south •- Ales coal centers generally state that ■!,fe chancellor's ' announcement caused nsternation among all in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

2 SAVING FOB STATE La Follette Would Reduce Forces in Various Departments. HE SHOWS HOW IT CAN BE DONE Metiave to tbe Ken Who Can Do It —LeirUlatare Take* Another Adjournment. Special to The Journal. Madison, Wis., April 19.—Governor La Follette sent a message to the legislature to-day recommending reductions in the forces at the state capitol and state de partments by which the governor says he is convinced a biennial reduction of $36,000 can be made in state expenditures without harm to any public interest or loes in the public service. Briefly the governor's recommendations are the abolishment of the state board of Immigration, $5,000 per year; requiring that the regular force at the land office shall attend to "land protection" for the public lands, saving $4,000 annually; abol ishment of the offices of state draughts men and volunteer service clerk in tbe ad jutant general's office, saving $1,200 a year each, and cutting off from the department of superintendent of public prope...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1901. ijpßF The Advantages I|F This Store Offers. PVEN at the last moment, if you must wait until AUien, the man who comes here is sure to be ly fitted. The handsomest and best made ,g we've ever shown is' here now, and all from our own workrooms. <r Suits $10, H2 and $15 to $25 had so many Business Suits, nor so many patterns. The it of the staid to the gayest of the gay. The sort too, not efore "ready-to-wear." Only a limited number in each weave. ashionable Scotch Cheviots] in medium and dark colors, and ished Worsteds are the materials most called for. HIS is tip-top, Top Coat weather and here are the swellest and best finished Covert Coats in this vn at $10, $12 and $15. ig Coats, with new "yoke" shoulder in Oxford and Covert Cloth. ♦PRING HATS, both Derby and Fedora, all pro ) per shapes and styles, $1.50 to $3.50. lew Neckwear, 50c. Spring Shirts, $1 and $150. Browning, King 4 Co. C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. (q Nkollel AY. 'ETTIGREW MAKESIJY ulls Out "G...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

J: THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. Su MoLAIN, ; MANAGER. ' v EDITOR. THE; JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, "at 47-49 Fourth Street: South, .Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Bullion, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, «8 Tribune building. . • CHICAGO OFFICE— 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month $0.35 On© 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 One copy, one month 35 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 All papers are continued until an ex- i plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS "~ ' Subscribers will please notify the office in every case...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

[FRIDAY EVENING. 'APRIL' 19, 1901. NO MOBE CHURCH AID All Indian Contract Schools Will Be Discontinued July i. TEACHERS FOR THE PHILIPPINES Cuuul General Bray Report* on American Trade ln Australia. §-""'ll to The Journal. in, April 19. —The government teriuK upon its last three : relations with the ordinary .chools for Indian children. )priation act, which becomes on July 1, contains no pro contracts with any school mpton institute, which has .ined because of its exceptional i 1886 and 1900 the government 903,798 on contract schools, of c largest share, $3,959,643, went jman Catholics. The Presbytern iived $352,470, and were cut oft H. The Congregational church i oft' at the same time, having J219.641. The Friends came next f0.577 and stopped after 1895. The ant Episcopal church stopped the ar. httvin K ,laken $123,346. The L.u --i received $83,700; the Unitari t4,sso, and the Methodists $33,945. iptists conducted their schools with own money and refused any gov nt aid. The Indian ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Kindergarten Social—The Christian Endeavor Society of Riverside chapel will give a kindergarten social at the church to night. For the evening those attending the •social will transform themselves into chil dren. A. Carrier Knocked Out • — H. H. Weeks, the popular mall carrier who delivers at the Bank of Commerce building, the fed eral building and the Oneida block, la laid up. Ho was badly stung on his working hand by bees. . . .- t _ , ,\j- : .~ .; r/2.->-iV.-J|y-"- Railway Clerk*' Picnic—Members Of ': the Minneapolis Railway Clerks'" Association are making extensive preparations for a June festival to be held at Tetonka. park, on the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway near Water ville, Minn". Sunday, June 2, la the date. ' Six Week*' Summer.School — State , Superintendent Olson has decided . that i the lummer school for 'teachers at the > university ■ "will last six weeks this year instead of four, a* ..formerly. l - Tho term, will . begin June- 24, so as to en...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

(FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1901. VERXA yi These for v to-morrow, Saturday: Soda or oyster crackers, per 1b...... 5c Spinach, full weight, per peck .......... 20c Cranberries, per qt 7c Strawberries, per qt .......25c i Jelly, assorted flavors, large palls.'... .35c t .Yellow corn meal, per 10-lb sack /...lie Pure leaf lard, per lb . 10c € lbs of good Dried Peaches f0r. ..... 25c Good California Prunes, 1b........... 3%c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb 5c P«r :■:. ■'" ■• -rated Peaches, 1b......;: -7c ■..P,•:-•: -„. ■US, lb .....:. 5c C*.*: . : "Igs,* lib blocks, each..... 6c IS aery Butter, from 22c lb up. .sup, bottle ...... ......18c '• lor Matches,' doz ........... 9c d Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c anuts, each 5c •ions, doz ...10c . -;. utabagas, per peck..... 6c • ■ i Parsntos, per peck 10c .. :, c, bottle ...........10c - ;-' - Bslng, bottle 10c .lied, thin-skinned, California , -, is, 8c dozen. rved Pearsie r HKai 9 R. ■ Jars IOC jars 4DC miny I?™?*.*** lOe ;> Chimneys SiASZM ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

;>;gy v ' The Plymouth Clothing House. , I Correct Fashionable Dress B ff^HsPSWI^H 11 I w fIH See Shotv Windows, from Head to Foot. I 1 I || Ml I W MjkLL " Jl ft j|B Corner Sijcth and JVicollet. Everything choice to wear for men, women and children. Sole agents in this section for many of the leading specialist manufacturers, for eign' and domestic, in Hats, Clothes Furnishings and Shoes. Not only this but our great assortment also includes 15he least expensive desirable goods, - ■ 'i Si fift The best ec^uiPPed railroads now carry freight and passengers at marvellously low cost as compared with the old ].} ••; ?.; iVliy^jK^^il !" M ■;.■' fc |$||||t/ .-.]■"■>: And so -^ *|iiM^H H'• Band always the lowest prices. The best equipped railroads now carry freight and passengers at marvellously low cost as compared with the old lj ••; ?»! ;Ji |H^fßk#;v>Ji|| !'; M And so The "Plymouth" furnishes the people of Minneapolis the best equipped and most convenient outfitting yW^ft "- '''■...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FRIDAY EVEKHSTG. APRIL 19, 1901. ©©©©©©©©©©©©© ® For Men Only. ' 9 I ideal s i snoes^^i w _ot^_lF^__-__[ *w __p A Made in all leathers—the most *** S comfortable and stylish 53.50 ||| w shoe in the world. ■ w © Ask to see the. © "Boston Freak" § A An extreme of fashion. A • STANLEY'S § 5 412 Nicollet Ay. 9 _ BIG SNAP. » i I We have received a lot of sev ; eral hundred Misfitted Spring ; Suits, the choicest patterns and ! most popular materials of the I season, made by first-class tail | ors iii eastern cities. i ;We offer your pick (1* if A A A :^.^.:!.. 1r. tslo.oo Don't Delay The Best go First AH Alterations Free Nicollet S-SE-^J-J-f* YOUNG MACEO DEPORTED Son of the Cuban Leader Gave In- formation to the Filipinos. Salt Lake, Utah. April 19.—The Utah Coal & <"oke company, a New Jersey cor poration, has Pled its articles here with an amendment increasing its capital stock from $10,000 to $3,000,000 and changing its name to the Utah Fuel company. This Is said to be a reorgani...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1901. ••••••••••••• W Tor Men Only. * ® © Ideal ■© © Illttli 9 tfllVitf ' .''■l^^^C fejfcfl - ■*!% * tts^P^_rtl'*^'' i *" * '''■■''■''a Cinfjf ® ' 7/ '•/.'.• © >& Made in all leathers— most ig* 5? comfortable and stylish $3.50 jg ® shoe in the world. • © W Ask to see the . ® 1 "Boston Freak" 2 A An extreme of fashion, tfft 2 STANLEY'S 2 2 412 Nicollet Ay. ® A BIG SNAP. We have received a lot of sev eral hundred Misfitted Spring Suits, the choicest patterns and most popular materials of the season, made by first-class tail ors in eastern cities. We offer your pick d* "| A AA of .th:.:!:... t51(1.()u f0r...... CPIU«v" Don't Delay ... The Best go First All Alterations Free Nicollet iHHfffl^ YOUNG MACEO DEPORTED Son of the Cuban Leader Gave In- formation to the I i 11 1>• not, Salt Lake, Utah, April 19.— The Utah Coal & Coke compan>. a New Jersey cor poration, has Pled its articles here with an amendment increasing its capital stock from $10,00...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

10 ¥m JtJmJmt^- BMK W 1- * BB J " T WmVEmlMtWn WLJ9 •.tft/tjlvlvli IllJMvt« BfLJ*'*'— I ?S§ FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS *• NASTURTIUMS All High-GMdo Flower Seeds '■ ■■ Qo to - ' - € Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed H% t7 . $ Sweet Peas 1 quart 20c Best Mixed, oz., lOct X lb., 25C| OA/« Zquarts.... 33c & 1»> /™C I peck..;... .......eOc 'C Pine Mixed, 02., Bc| # lb, 20c| g£Jg lbushel... , ..$3.00 £ Good Mixed, oz.. 6c| «lb., 1 5ci <%, lib. „ ••••••••SSS i White Clover rwft ......25c I Nasturtiums ( Excelsior Lawn Dressing % f: °!:. .1.?. c 1... .40c J Plant Food and \ •ftSSSS .....JOc I Japanese Palm Fooo if M!^ ! ForA£?eby MISS H. B. WHITTED, Florist N .coii°?Avc. a . ■ -;:■■-<■> 4. . MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. • ••••••••••••••• •••••••••■•S ~Mm* A Rare Treat Awaits! M BLlj The woman who has not yet been fitted with a_ <v *i HH pair of "SOROSIS SHOES." The new#J ffl fmSst s^a P cs are distinctive and hygienic, allowing *) '• ■•■...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

EPEIDAY EVENING, APKIL 1 IS, 1901. j JVj I^l IA 1 Hundreds of New Arrivals. JACKET VALUES that have made our store so popular, will be more in evidence than ever on Saturday. ETON COATS—An immense assortment—Silk Etons, Broadcloth Etons, Cheviot Etons—entirely new effects.—Saturday we will 6how some unusually good values at $7.50, $8.75, $10.00. $13.50 and $15.00. These garments will go quickly and we would advise an early inspection. MISSES' COATS—English Box Coats, Raglan and Etons.—You have never seen their equal at $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00. CHILDREN'S BOX COATS—GIRLS' DRESSES— For Saturday we will devote extra space and extra salesladies. THREE-QUARTER BOX COATS—Some unmatchable values at $5.00, $6.75 and $7.so—handsomely tailored in extra eood cloth. GIRLS' DRESSES—To introduce our dresse* we will offer some special values at $3.75, $5.00, $6.75, $7.50. Every mother should see them. Fred. D. Young & Co. a™hlhrs. Syndicate Block, 513 Nicollet. ELEVEN UPRIGHT PIANOS THAT ARE R...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

12 Great Excitement in the Texas Oil Fields I ' ■ ' -■, ' ■■■■—■■wim^— ii^^^^—l Nothing like it has ever f;-:. '•■■ been known in the his **X* i. : tory of the oil business. HHHBoi Land in the vicinity of Infill Beaumont is welling „ BiPliiiiiH from *5000 tO n^'^redfc" * xii pp*v a> ; Till* J^ s'|^ffrai X i Is drilling a well one " v H mile from the great 4 O^ltiSPH X ' J-U<as gusher, and ■if: H ' i right between the Beat .?*i H| j ly and Strlbling wells. ;;| H^ : ''ie Beatty well sold ..^ X hist week to a New ■igJ§=J&M| York syndicate for I mm . • $1,250,000. The Strib v. - N&Ks§|H • *iug well is now down '<s MitsM mm ,'■■; over 1,000 feet, and like >'v^^aPS|S |B ly to be brought in any -»f X JsM| . j day, wnich would prove '" wßbf'^^s H : "le value ot llle tract >'.y. yJß^^^^« • • ou which we are drill- IjM^M Hr ing, and would make I \? N^W^H Mr ' liUr stoct worth par be •:?i;-- Wh i fore our well was com * pleted. «89RH§ Owns leases on 1,027 i acres of oil ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FKIDAY EVENING, 'APRIL 19, 1901. Bicycle Bargains Jmj^ 2? Hartford Bicycles d}lf\ss down and W*7r l :■ §§ '*P 0 V $5" per month 'tJv^lJa^ 50 Columbia Bicycles / / Oil <£ AC\ $8 down and X^M^*^ 6 per month ' /^pT^T^^^S" These Specials are for Sat /^ #%l urday only. The Bicycles / ! / J&~^^ are a^ equipped I '^-//Sc^^^c with first class \ ff \\ vi t*res r and arc Al \ *n every wa Y t> U 1 CLLOIAvJO. Columbia Bicycles FIRST AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET SO. Repairing Bicycles I |V| Rngtiy Tires $5 pair Sundries Guaranteed for Entire Season BICYCLE Graphite . . 3c tSLm Meyer Cycle Go Tape .... 3c gj 21 fifth st. s. Oil Between Nieollet and Hennepin. y/II ••••••• .AC ™ Telephone 2777 J-2. Normannaheimen: MARKET IN NORWAY A Field for the Drug Houses of the ;.>: United States. • TIP, FROM CONSUL BORDEWICHI i The Laws of Norway Favor the Im- > portation of Patent and Pre- ■»- : pared Medicines. .'Consul General Bordewich at Christi fcnia, Norway!, suggests that the drug < house...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

a 63 Douglas Shoe Stores in American Cities ' % jjr ' '-v.';;: — "c /^^^g^^^s^Bw-"""™^"^, iS^^^j Es^T^ tfj^!L-J^^%B?*4lff^ UNION Wm mm :-'"r% %# \ Mgn'g Shfl£*Q Wnrfh Jfe^? lak 4**3[ B£.f% mk wM -• ;;■■,- -k< J?J?LZnI£w ywyan!!co^ MM Wi d^^^m % ' m c at! d se" more $3-S0 shoos h*" a"y o^er two manufacturers in the United States. Kit \M\ . 4^^^^« % :-§M The reason more W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are sold than any other make is because they are the best that can be Ml& ; "'M^^^Es S%\ "JI^V m custom mad^rTT h imported and American leathers. The workmanship is the best. They fit like MM, I "^^^^^ :-^^^ VVv C!ijyPis> We haVf th? large h St $3' 50 Sh°e business in the world, which gives us a great advantage in buying leather and EJO&Z/:// Factory Pil7^*%*^^S?^H?^r^w^ \ %'% \ standard had always been placed so high that the cwearers expect more for'their money m^i^' Rollfo^Lab jßtoftSE^ —"^^T » \ \ ISF''Jsfr%J they can get e^ewhere. tlt Over 1,000,000 satisfied wearers. \&...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1901, \ ▼ Sfete-^^^B^. FREE JJ I BEAUTY ON TRIAL. ASK FOR FREE BOX. You are cordially invited to test, try and prove, without expense, the merits of the most daiuty refined article ever produced magical SATIN-SKIN CREAM. This charm ing toilet requisite i 3 a vegetable concrete luade from fragrant flowers, milk of plants beautifying balsams and healing herb.s; a wonderful curative and tissue-building skin food. Prevents early ageing of the skin, keeps it fresh, fair and youthful. At n;ght and morning message wrinkles with SATIN SKIN CREAM; note their disappearance. Be fore exposure to wind or weather apply SATIN-SKIN CREAM, it prevents tan, smart ing, redness, irritation. Apply after wash ing the hands, before quite dry; see how quickly absorbed, how satiny soft, the cream renders them. Starved sklu, blotched, blem ished, pimpled faces fed back to beauty by SATIN-SKIN CREAM. It has scores of uses we lack space to name. Does your skin burn, smart, roughen, re...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APBID 19. 1901 \ W Iv Ilk.— FPFF yy / BEAUTY ON TRIAL. ASK FOR FREE BOX. You are cordially invited to test, try and prove, without expense, the merits of the most dainty refined article ever produced magical SATIN-SKIN CREAM. This charm ing toilet requisite is a vegetable concrete made from fragrant flowers, milk of plants, beautifying balsams and healing herbs- v wonderful curative and tissue-building skin food. Prevents early ageing of the skin, keeps it fresh, fair and youthful. At n'ght and morning message wrinkles with SATIN SKIN CREAM; note their disappearance Be fore exposure to wind or weather apply SATIN-SKIN CREAM, it prevents tan, smart ing, redness, irritation. Apply after wash ing the hands, before quite dry; see how quickly absorbed, how satiny soft, the cream renders them. Starved skin, blotched, blem ished, pimpled faces fed back to beauty by SATIN-SKIN CREAM. It has scores of uses we lack space to name. Does your skin burn, smart, roughen, redden? Yo...

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