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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

16 JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE 'V.v, INSURANCE COMPANY f ; Principal ofllce; Boston. Mass. (Organized In .1862.) Stephen H. Rhodes, President; Roland O. Lamb, Secretary. Attorney to accept serried in Minnesota: Insurance Commissioner. '- . > INCOME IN • 1300. • First year's premiums J531.482.il Renewal premiums .. 7,376,879.03 Single premiums ................. 6,753.00 Dividends and surrender values applied to purchase paid-up In surance and annuities 24,052.19 Total premium income ....... |S, 239,166.38 Rents and Interest .............. 744,187.84 From all other sources 1,406.54 Total income $8,984,780.31 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Death claims and matured en dowments 12,614,674.71 Annuities and premium notes, voided by lapse 3,592.67 Dividends to policy holders.... -. 285,137.98 Surrender va.ues to policy hold tin 218,133.12 Total paid policy holders ..... $3,221,538.48 Commissions, salaries * and ex - penses of agencies 2,690,639.71 Salaries of officers, employes and examiners' fees ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURN&&I PRICE TWO CENTS. FAIRBANKS HAS THE BEE Indiana Senator Is Out for the Presidency. "GUM SHOE" CAMPAIGN His Friends Are Claiming to Have Administration Backing, BUT THERE'S DOUBT ABOUT-THAT Meanwhile Politician)* Are Inclined to Be Shy of Early Can "^ didates. Sew Ymrk Sun Smmmlmil Service. Washington, April 25.—Senator Fair banks of Indiana who came back to Wash ington so abrupty after he had left the national capital with the avowed Inten tion of spending, the summer in the west, is reported to be engaged in writing a series of addresses to be delivered at Chautauqua assemblies. While it is ad mitted that the senator may be devoting some time to this sort of work, it is sur mised by politicians that his principal purpose in remaining in . Washington at this time is to carry on a "gum shoe" campaign for the republican nomination for president in 1904. He is an active candidate to succeed President McKlnley, and some of his friends are giving out the I...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

•2 FIGHT OR RETREAT Large Chinese Army Is Said to Be Well Entrenched. EXPEDITION IS NEAR THE'FRONT Chinese Appear to Be Ready to Re *i*i. but Their Retreat Is Looked For. Berlin, April 25.—The Lokal Anzelzer's special correspondent, cabling from Cheng ling, near Paoting. says: The German and French expedition is approaching the front of the Chinese army, which is apare^itly 25,000 strong and -well entrenched in three positions. The: Ger mans marched over difficult mountain passes to v the gate of the great wall at Nleng-Twl-Kan. The enemy appears in disposed to offer' resistance, and its re treat behind the great wall is expected. Of ST. JAPAX- FROM KOREA "Report That Rnsso-French Syndi cate -Will- Pay Korea's Debt. A'ew lork Sun Special Service London, April 25. —Correspondents in Seoul and Tokio declare that Korea's en tire debt to Japan will be liquidated soon by Russo-French financiers, who hope thus greatly to diminish the influence of the mikado's government at the court of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

■■■■1^ ———— ..^hbmihh^hi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^ THURSDAY EVENING; APKIL. 25/;jsn|f Typhoid Fever and City Water "* 1* ■ ' . ——— umaaa '' "' '"':'-": ''" ' •' *-'; H SPRING WATER 1 $1,000 Reward Which amount we will pay to anyone that can prove the presence of Typhoid Fever 1 Germs within the Spring Water or the I Ice sold by The Glenwood-lnglewood Co. I Furthermore, we will pay the same reward! to Supervisor McConnell if he can prove I that our Spring Water Wagons arc, or ever have been filled or loaded with any kind of water except the Pure Spring I Waters which we advertise to sell and! I Waters which we advertise to justice to I deliver. In self defense and in justice to our customers, we are compelled to refute | all reports of a slanderous and untruthful I nature against the . business of supplying I pure spring water to the people of this I city, which business we are proud of; and we are exerting our uttermost effort to serve I the people faithfully with Pure Water/ NONA/ THEN, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

s THE JOURNAL »■■ - ■ ——i—■ ■ ...■■ - — — . LUCIAN SWIFT, | J.&McLAIN, MANAGER. ■ , EDITOR.''? '."' g- ' ■ THE JOURNAL la published •very evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn.' . C. J. imiauu, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW .YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. -'- ■>,■•' I; CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock: Ex change building. ■.'"■yi- j SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. '<'-'.-' Delivered by Mail. J One copy, one month.... $0.35 ; One copy, three months ............' 1.00: One copy, six months V.'...'.".'..' 2.00 j ; One i copy, one ' year ... ......i .*.'.H.". '4.00 . Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 f Delivered by Carrier. ,'' ---;/; 1 ; One > copy, one week .............. 8 cents One copy, one month ...........35 cents Single copy '-... .....*....'.:.. 2 cents i; EASY TO IDENTIFY AN ORGAN Wadena Tribune. '. The railroad organs in the':twin. cities are easily distinguish...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIU 25, 1901. v. HkKELPLATE 307 NICOLLET AVENUE. Anniversary Sale To Celebrate 11 Years of Honest Shoe Selling. Extra Special Prices. Ladies' $3.00 new fancy pattern Cycle Boots, m m^^mW mmm \ ne black vici, new Louis heels, a very chic ET 1'1""' i^^a wheel boot—all sizes, '. ."';; I fl Thi?^s2.22 m iHH Ladies' $2,50 patent leather dress boots, fine^ m \m black cloth t6ps, new model toe, C and D widths' I » This week, $1,99 jg-^y/.v N3^ Ladies' ' $3.00 new black vici kid lace boots, I^^W V V&L stylish patent* tips, flexible soles, new dress vL/^^Go\*^k toe. a dressy, light, long-wearing boot, This week, $2.44 m wffm3:S^SM UvMHnl^ Oddest—Quaintest= Handsomest Designs;| You've ever seen —they've just come— ex clusive with us—but low priced as usual—the most beautiful . Furniture for your Veranda or-Summer Home See window displaySettees—Rockers— Easy and Golf Chairs. MOORE & SCRIVER, 711-™ Nicollet. MANY SOCIAL FEATURES WITH NAT. SUFFRAGE CONVENTION An Offic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS '■', Instruction for Assessors—city As lessor Fort has called a meeting of his twen ty-three deputies for, Saturday-morning at 10 . ft'clock, when he will. instruct them regarding their duties in* the, field, which begin next Week. - ■'■■ .•;,-'- ' ■■ >% ',-' '-■ . c ' Hundreds of Homeseekers—The, vol ume of homeseekers going through Minne apolis yesterday was very nearly as large as that of the record excursion of two wet- ago. It is estimated that not less than 1,!>00 or 1.700, people went west on the three Pacific lines. Mr. Brown Gets Present* — Thomas R. Brown, secretary to Mayor Amos, was'last evening presented with >a ' mahogany library table and chair by' members of the police de partment. The % presentation was made at Mr. Brown's home, where he was entertain ing a small party, including the. mayor and his friends. :■.-■ '•''*;■* " Spears George Spears lost "both games to Ed Parmalee in the billiard exhibi tion handicap at Commercial CJub Tuesday evenin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 25, 1901, VERXA I Increase the purchasing power of your dollar by trading: here. Pure Lard .JS»d..'.. .:.:£:9c California Lemons Si!^ per dozen WW Hominy ouuas. bes£...:lOc Lamp Chimneys &*>s&4i» Best Saver Kraut &'° ... lOc TmbmmAaaa Extra standard, regular fia. 1 OiMd 10GS i2Wc grade, for. can 12* Our Potatoes STtS^^^ CornS.Kr!...^oe.; can 6§ Scrubbing Brushes fe&9c Eggs, strictly fresh, per . doz .12% c Peas, early June, a bargain; per doz. 85c; per can 8c Ginger Snaps, fresh made, per 1b... . 5c Holland Herring, original package, per keg 70c Cheese, fail cream, per lb 10c Cheese, brick, per lb 10c Spinach, full weight, per peck........ 18c Cranberries, per qt ...7c Jelly, assorted flavors, large pails 35c Yellow corn meal, per 10-lb sack lie 6 lbs of good Dried Peaches for 25c Good 'California Prunes, lb 3%c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, lb '.. 7c Persian Dates, lb '. ".... 5c California Figs, 1 lb blocks, e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

8 AN EMINENT ' PHYSICIAN 11 t-IVIIIitNI fni-olulAN CURED BY DR. GREENE'S NERVURA. "> ""^^S?wBSBHHi ■-..%..- DR. W. D. TANNER, CURED BY DR. GREENE'S NERYURJb : Here is the strongest possible testimonial of cure, the restoration to health of a widely known and eminent physician, W. D. Tanner, M.D., of 380 Idaho St., Beaver, Colo., who graduated in the Allopathic School of Medicine in 1852 and practiced medicine for twenty-flve years. He was sick and nothing helped nim until he used Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. Now he is well and strong, hearty and vigorous, and he tells the world of his remarkable cure by Dr. Greene's Nervura i*» order that all who are sick, suffering, run down, or in any way out of health may take this surest of all remedies to cure, and be promptly restored to health. » -■*»**. ,^A Dr. W. D. Tanner says : „: .-...• ■r'—""" *"* "' "'^V ■ ■-■■'■'&10&&W*\ " When in the City of Mexico I was sun struck, which paralyzed my nervous system and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 25, 1901. #W| Suit Dept. '% * Jobs W. Thomas & Co. || Nicollet Ay. Fifth St. TWO SPECIALS in Walking Skirts A lot of Navy and Black only, all lengths and C*Q Efk ■\ all;sizes bands, at ........., ;';..... .\ .. .*; %p€satJ\J Two flounce, plaid back,. gray, Oxford and brown mix, a / splendid assortment from which to select, 39 ip 1/ to 42 long, at ..........:.. %pIU Jackets WMSSS&;WmSIS\ * Street SuitS Tlie est qualities or the lowest «->*■* «** prices consistent with values given, sT y le t s he.. mr s'. p. op. ula: $18.50 $20 $25 C?Lm2~aJ. IT. ~.2~u. c* 'v. A nice line from Shirt Waist Suits $5. 50 t05W ■ Shirt WaistssAtrX^:soc to $6 Siik Waists 41^: *£?!? $5 to $12 Colored Dress Goods .... ['. Many ladies are taking advantage^ of our cut in these f, ;goods, and they are indeed splendid bargains. ->- For a Special - We are offering a large lot of stripes, mixtures-and plaids, splendid fabrics for skirts, waists and children's school dresses, br...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

10 WHEAT CLOSED ONE HALF HIGHER, MAY AT 72& c - - i' illii imi 1 iti 11 1 1 TTTnlfrirnrMiiiiii iianitiiJhium ■■TlriaiMHfcMiialTiiSoiiii ii rii >'|- ii«iirliiiiiiniirlliitiln»iliii "■■ r- ...---• . The Market Met With Buying Sup port, and Held on Higher Range = Throughout. %|* SOME REPORTS OF FLY DAMAGE General Outlook: for Winter Wheat . Ia Very Promising— News of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 25.—Wheat made another gain to-day, work ing up by noon to 72% c for May. The market did not show this firmness at the start, May opening off at 71% c. but the weakness lasted only a moment. There were enough buying orders to start an upturn. In Chicago, .May corn sold at 49c, and Chicago wheat soon firmed up, too. Some more bug 'stories from the southwest were .in the early gossip, cash demand was good generally, and receipts in the northwest moderate. Liverpool did not come up with our %c advance of yesterday, j but held unchanged closing %d higher. Ant werp made an ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. 'APRIL .25, 1901.- WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS : B. J. Bartlett (guardian) to Charles ', .'■ H. Ingram, part lot 6, block 7, West- .1 .-, I -,■ fall's , addition .........;. - .;...h."„7. $250 , Hannah S. Clarke to Lincoln J. Bodge, ' S i 7..' part * lot 12 and lots 13 and 14, block 4, Elwell's third additi0n.............. 600 ; Robert F. Brown to O. V. Lawson, - lot 27, block 3, Allen & Anderson's' ' j second addition -..:.:.......::..... ..-;.;-. 1,000 ! M. A. Baldwin and wife to Ellen ' Jamieson, part lot 6, block 12, Hoyt's 1 addition .-. ;...'.. 1.200 , Pete Pearson and wife to Bent S. 1 Sandberg, lot 19, block 2, A. Y. Day .3 idson's addition ..........;.....": 625 J Robert W. Webb and wife to i Henry . L. Taylor, lot 17, block 8, Silver Lake' I addition 400 « Denison Townsend to John Wllhelm, in section 20, town 28, range 24........ 150 ' Emma J. Schlener and husband to Cordelia C. Downing, north half lot J 3, block 22, Case & othe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 April 1901

12 WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 amßßLWßis'i' Continued. " HAIR LOSERS AND BALD HEADS. Would you expect benefit from a bald headed "hair doctor" T: Call and see what has been produced on a bald head. Dr. Oliver K. Chance, Dept W.. 580 Syndicate * Arcade. ■ -■■„■■ '■ ■ . ■ DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and 40 stamps for 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 280. • • W. PING LAUNDRY, 12 OAK GROVE • • st, near Nicollet ay. : Shirts, 8c; col--' • • ,lars, l%c; cuffs, each, l%c. -.. Work . • • called for and delivered. All strictly • • .first-class hand work. • • MRS. RONEY, FORMERLY OF - ber Exchange ladles' Turkish bath parlors, wishes to announce that she will open her new parlors at 121 6th st S. on or about May 10; - ■ '.-■:. _..■■ „,...,..■ CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN nyroyui Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. '.'Re ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRNiHE PRICE TWO CENTS. WALL STREET IN A WHIRL Speculation Has Grown Into a Reckless Frenzy. PERFECT CRAZE TO BUY Conservative Men Are Predicting Trouble Ahead. ENGLAND IS JOINING IN THE RUSH Western Clique of Speculators Known us the "Waldorf > Crowd—Gould. BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL, No. 21, Park Row. The Wall Street Boom. April 26.—Speculation has taken hold of Wall street and is tossing it about as though it were a chip on the crest of a tidal wave. It is an inverted panic that has been sweeping the street off its feet, for every one has been in a frenzy to buy. None but the most conservative have tak en the trouble to think of what the end ing will be and the men who express doubts of present conditions being able to last forever are laughed at by the great jnajority for their pains. The financial iistrict for months has been in a turmoil, which has been growing more and more intense with each recurring day until the fever has engulfed not only the entire city,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

2 BOARD WILL RULE Chinese Empress Shifts Responsi dility to Other Shoulders. SHE NAMES A BOARD OF REGENTS Two of tbe Members Are Intensely Anti-Foreign and Two on ; tbe Fence. Sew Ymrk Sun Special Service Peking, April 25.— empress dowager, fearing that her authority is waning and wishing to hamper the future actions of the emperor, has appointed a board of re gents to manage the affairs of the empire. The board consists of La Hung Chang, Prince Ohing, . Kung Kang and Jung Lv, grand secretaries; Wang.Wen Chao and Lv Chuan Lin, members of the tsung-11 --yamen. ' ■ ~ ■■ ■'• Two of these members are mildly pro gressive, two conservative and mildly anti foreign, while two are intensely anti-for- eign. -"'--V'^ :....; ..■ The new board will usurp the functions of the cabinet and the tsung-li-yamen for eign office. Hi'ti'iv; y~-^'-;y:y- Washington, April 26.—This news is re . garded as of importance, indicating the re linquishment by the empress dowager of the arbitrary powers she has exe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. - APRIL 26, 1901.,; Special Surprise Sale No. 210 At THE SURPRISE STORE, 318 and 320 Nicollet Aye. Men's Hemstitched naodkerchlels On sale one week, beginning tomorrow, Saturday, and ending next Friday. Plain '\a^Lai^^''^^^m.' Full size white and Jjjsr ■■ withextra Fancy W aBBR^ wide Novelty W M m j^k M hem- Designs M m ,^L\l If stitch, Dundee V^^V JgP fast colors Lawn. m, **** -rm all new All sorts nH^^ xid& designs, of stylish - on sale patterns. KsSSSS^s^-^ one week. ff^K THE SPRING FASHION SUITS FOR MEN, *jj™™ AT rfS *3, $5,*7.50,*10, Iv k\ (if |i) SI2»- $i% ,Wf 1%, fc/ Every garment reliable In quality, superb in make and per vAi 1 /VIV I feet lv fit. Nowhere such immense stocks, such great and - *s 1/ 1 choice varieties, at such little prices, •In these groups are "I 1 thousands of Suits of Cheviots. Cassimeres, Scotches, Thibets. 11l Worsteds and Flannel Cheviots in Oxford, gray; black, blue all and figured designs in every new shade, all cut ln the new ml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

V THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLALN,'-:! MANAGER. :? EDITOR. . . THE . JOURNAL Is published .every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. c. J. unison, Manager: Foreign Adver tising Department • NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. - ■ vapi^BsMaßafephMfi^Bß^aH^|||j[B CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7,. 308 Stock Ex change building. .SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing- Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month. ..........$0.35 One copy, three m0nth5........ 1.00 One copy, six months ....I '._" 2.00 One copy, one year.........'.....".'... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to. 26 pages.. 1.50 A "' Delivered by Carrier. 'r,v 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 plicit order...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, 'APRIL 26, 1901. \ NQPiiwesternftilnes TfEmNTTOKIW Miners Not Yet Advised of Ore They Must Furnish. STEEL TRUST IS MOVING SLOWLY Eastern Minnesota Counting on a Large Increase in Shipments ,:■. This Year. Special to The Journal. -'• Duluth, Minn., April Mining men are at sea as to their work, not realizing just .what allotments of ore they will be called upon to furnish: This is on account of the fact that the United States Steel cor poration has not yet been able to get down to the minutia of operation. James Gay ley' has taken charge of all mines, and is at work straightening things out. He does not expect that the Minnesota mines of the corporation will ship much in excess of last year, and feels that he has an abundance of transportation facilities on all ranges without any additions. The two Minnesota roads belonging to the cor poration last year handled about 8,000,000 tons, and it is not now probable they will greatly increase this the present season. There wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

fSM CITY NEWS .Robbed Itobbiusdale— Four masked men Wednesday evening visited the stores at Robbinsdale, and .in ail about $75 in cash ■was secured. They, met with little resistance, as they had revolvers f and: did not hesitate to use them in intimidating the people whom they saw. The : police of Minneapolis have been notified. • >-.; •,- • '■'■' ' A Building Change— Inspec tor Houghton will recommend ito the , city council ■> at; -its <: meeting *:* to-night, <"« the advisability' of. changing • the buiimng ordi nance to '. allow buildings "of six stories .in height to be of "slow, burning" construction. Five stories is now the limit. He insists that there is no. use In having- an - ordinance in effect and then continually grant special per mits to avoid its terms. . - To ICntei tain Commander ! Harries —A special meeting of Rawlins Post;; Q. A. R., will -be , held this evening "- for . ths purpose of extending a reception to Depart ment Commander Harries and his staff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

{FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1901, VERXA Big values, a sure basis for a big business. ; V Fresh Spinach, peck ....... 15c New, California Cabbage, 1b........... 2c Fresh Florida Tomatoes, 12ftc lb; per ■ basket SOc New Green Peas, peck '..... 50c Carrots or Parsnips, peck ....*. 10c Beets or Rutabagas, peck . .X..........•' 6c Soda or Oyster Crackers, 1b........... 5c Ginger Snaps, lb 5c Fancy Home-Baked Cakes. Angel Cakes, each 25c Sunshine Cakes, each 35c German Pound Cakes, each .......;.. 25c Layer Cakes, each ....:......... 25c Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, doz 10c Very fine home made Pies—Apple, Pumpkin and Custard. If you want some thing good, try 'tbese.TOKitfHSs9£9*SMfl 6 lbs. Rolled Oats for lOc California Unions SsSi ,2e X a per dozen..... .OC Hominy ;KS? ; ?SS: lOt Lamp Chimneys e^. r. or. a: 4c 800 l Saver Kraut K r... lOc Tam*Usa Extra standard,regular 11 A I OmaiOeS 12HC grade, for, can 26 Our Potatoes r. ebusneir- Full 6 ° fs.tti we?....70s -Be Scrubbing Brushes &...

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