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Make Your Own Terms.
VARIOUS WAYS OF WORKING.
All Men Can Not Follow Same Meth
ods in Their Labor.
We are not all built alike what is
one man's pleasure is another man's
pain. It is impossible for a one-horse
power engine to do the work of a ten
horse power engine.
I have a cousin who says his best
work is done when he has to do a
day's work in a couple of hours. I
think my best work is done when I
have a month in which to do a couple
of hours' work.
Practice is absolutely necessary.
Some never have been obliged to ac
complish a definite amount of work
each day. If you are forced into a
narrow path you are likely to accom
plish more definite results than you
are if you stroll on the boulevard.
A manager of a jobbing house says
he can do four times the work now
than when he commenced dictating.
This is due to practice and to limita
tions in time. He has improved in
voluntarily because his work forced
him ahead.Earl M. Pratt.
ROSE HAS MANY COLORS.
Peculiar Flower the Production of
The Chinese, Japanese and Siamese
are peculiarly skillful at botanical
feats. One of their wonderful achieve
ments is known as the "changeable
rose." The bloom is white in the
shade and red in the sunlight. After
night or in a dark room this curiosity
of the rose family is a pure waxy-white
blossom. When transferred to the
open air the transformation immedi
ately steps in, the time of the entire
change of the flower from white to
red depending on the degree of sun
light and warmth. First the petals
take on a kind of washed or faded blue
color, and rapidly change to a faint
blush of pink. The pink gradually
deepens in hue until you find that
your lily-white rose of an hour before
is as red as the reddest peony that
A letter with some violets!
Ah, how my fancy backward sets.
Until my brooding thought begets
A face beguiling!
Twin rosebud lips In CupM-line
A brow where curls o'er-droop and twine,
Deep eyes that tenderly meet mine.
And amwer smiling.
And fastened loosely on her breast
A bunch of flowers! What fairer nest
Could blossoms have wherein to rest
In any weather?
To hear her dear heart beat, and know
If, when I whisper so and so.
It throbs a wee bit fasterOn,
I wonder whether!
Scenting their delicate perfume,
I catch somewhat of her sweet bloom
A loveliness that lends a room
Through which she passes
The wilding wlnsomeness of spring,
The vernal air and light that clmg
To apple branches bourgeoning,
And vernal grasses.
Ah, violets, you cannot dream
How much of blessing and of beam
You bear with youjoy's perfect gleam
O fragrant firstlings of the year,
Because she loves you doubly dear,
Tour lover I. and, year on year.
Her lover ever!
Most Deadly of Snakes.
The cobra de capello, which kills
from 20,000 to 25,000 people a year in
India, is one of the most beautiful
creatures you ever saw. With a reed
a yard and a half long his keeper
arouses this most deadly of all ser
pents, which lifts its head eighteen
inches from the ground, and, |,tan!d-
Ing perfectly erect, expands' 'Itjf*fteck
into a hood, as seen in the tales of
Indian jungling. The two greenish
yellow spots, one on each side, look
like two enormous eyes. The snake
is* ready for a strike. Its bite is sure
death in eight minutes. Science has
found no antidote for it. In striking
the head goes downward and forward,
not straight out The fangs are per
manently erect, not movable, as in the
Size of World's Mail.
The International Postal Union,
formed by the Postal Congress, held
at Berne on Sept. 15, 1874, now ex
tends over forty million square miles
of territory, peopled by one billion one
hundred million persons. The number
of pieces of mail handled in 1900
amounted to about eighty millions a
day (twenty-nine billions, a year). The lenders
Bring This "Ad With You! Ask to See These Partloulsr
Sale Price. $87.50
20.90 17.85 14.95
No Reg. Price. Sale
1098 8 *5-
Extension Table Bargains
No Reg. Price. Sale Price.
22568 ft. round.... $48.00 *2H2
22348 ft. round 45.00 55*52
118398 ft. round.... 35.00 29.40
22756 ft. round.... 26.00 20.90
chief terms were: Letters, 11,000,000,-
000: post cards, 3,300,000,0001 printed
matter and samples, 14,000,000,000.
The mail routes had an aggregate
length of 1,864*000,000 miles, about
twenty times the distance of the earth
from the sun.
Japanese Medicines. i
According to the Chemist and Drug
gist, the native drug stores in Japan
are still largely stocked with dried
snakes, toads, lizards, crabs, etc., in
fusions of which are ihe popular]
household remedies throughout the
country. Various "secret remedies,"
which are supposed to be as universal
and potent in their curative effects as
many of our Western patent medi
cines, also abound. Magic plasters are
much in vogue, and massage is large
ly practiced, the operators being
chiefly blind people. Face paints and
powders may also be seen on the
Another Man Ahead of Him.
An Irishman who had been out of
a job many weeks found in the river
that flowed through his town the body
of the keeper of the railroad draw
bridge. He immediately betook him
self to the superintendent of the divi
sion and applied for the vacated Job,
saying that he had seen the body of'
the former keeper in the river. "Sor-
ry," said the superintendent, briefly
"the place has been filled. We gave
it to the man who saw him fall in."
USURERS OF EARLY TIMES.
Lombard Merchants Once the' Re
fiance of English Kings.
Lombard street took its name from
the Lombard merchants who, coming
from the four Italian republics of
Genoa, Lucca, Florence and Venice,
settled in London in the reign of
Edward I. They were the great
money changers and money lenders
of early times. The English kings
being often in great straits for money
to carry on foreign wars and for
other purposes they appealed to -the
Lombard merchants .'for 4
-we start a tree *eeK, r^"^^^^.^^ S^gfS? jiTS SKS
We have 5,000 boxes of a new fangled Turkey Dressing
to give away. Every married lady who calls will be
presented with a box of this "Turkey Dressing"
China Closet Bargains
26.90 25.45 25.70 23.90
66 r...w... 14.50
Make Your Own Terms.
granting them exclusive privileges in
return. Their extortions became so
great that,, in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth, steps were taken to oblige
them to leave the country. They are
chiefly remembered by their armorial
bearings of three golden balls, now
the distinguishing r_iark of the use
ful pawnbroker, the humble descend
ant of the proud Lombard money
Bargain.! Pent Ferget to Ak tor the "Turkey Pre..lno"-H' Freel
60786 ft. round.
-133836 ft. square
133826 ft. square
19016 ft. square
Reg. Price. Sale Price
9.00 7.50 6.00 5.75
7.98 6.98 5.850 4.9
Make Your Own-Terms.
Dining Chair Bargains
No Reg. Price. Sale Price
14787Leather seat.. .$7.50
14784Leather seat... 5.50
12372Leather seat... 3.50
12373Leather seat. 3.00
9597Cane seat 2.00
12757% Cane seat..' 1.85
2370-Embossed' seat. 1.50
2372Cane seat: 1.25
Make Your Own Terms.
4.48 2.45 1.98
HE beginning of our Fafrious
STAR BRAND BUTTER
Is in the selection of herds and the care of the milk on Ihe farm then a critical inspection
of the milk at our skimming stations, doubtful quality cream doesn't go into the -Star
Brand" rat. The result of^hisejtra care,at the b^mnjng,.lsa,pjireyandEXa2EA tine
flavored butter. Since began malflng '-Star Brand" in 1888, nearly every store in town
has an "Extra Brand" of butter the paper cap is all the extra there is to it. Grocerymen
and butchers don't make butterthey have it shipped from some outside creamery and
repack it into jars or printsconsequently comes to you second-handed. Buy our "Star
Brand," and you have the freshest, purest and best butter possible. Packed in 2, 3 and
5 lb. jars right from the churn.
MILTON DAIRY CO., "fcSSffm
CH E AFEEAfc A MTOAJfc AFRO^ApBIGAN NEWSPAPJBM
below. All the credit you wan*.
AGENT FOR THE
7,000 St. Paul families are continually
praising Buck's Heaters and Ranges. Get
yours right away~$3 down, $1.00 per week
and trade us your* old stove.
Standard Laundry Co.
411 UNIVERSITY AVENUB
Maiti Office 536-538 Wabasha Street,
OFFICE: MAIN 2927-J1.
RESIDENCE: MAIN 1321-Lt.
C. D. MARTIN, M.D.
Seventh and Cedar, Room S06.
Residence: ^277 Grove Street.
The New and Successful
Has on inspection a new
and exclusive line of
Fall and Winter
SUITS AND OVEH
Mrs motsJ^undry|,- Agency
First-Class work Guaranteed, Gloss or Domestic Finish.
Ladies, S.hirt-waists a Specialty.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Style, Fitand Quality Guaranteed.
412 Bradley BaUding,
5th st between Wabasha and Cedar sts,
St. Paul, Minn.
8 TO 1 2 A. M.
2 TO 5 P.M.
SUNDAY, 10 TO 12.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
everything in Hardware."
447-449 WABASHA STREET.
OUR MOTTO: Good Goods at Low Prices.
We give TRACING STAMPS. Fill a book
and get a nice Christmas present.
PARWELL, OZMUN KIRK & CO.,
55 3 UNIVERSITY AVE.
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies. Wedding Supplies.
Ice Cream, Soda, Water, Confectionery.
Fancy Canned Goods and Notions.
Get your Carvers for Thanksgiving now. The finest line of Pocket
Knives and Razors ever shown in St Paul. Padlocks, Nightlatches,
J. F. McGUIR E 4 CO.
4. 4-May & Co.'s
Is the Place to Get Your
64 Sast Jixth e*f St. Paul.
"We..a jury composed vf men who kno*r*
cigar values, find that the jlaintiff. the
Judge ttarian Cigar, is entitled tqjiecover
10 cents from every smoker"
HA RT & MURPHY, MAKERS,
WEISKOPF PAINT & WALL PAPER CO.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERfe
54 Bait Seventh StJA^: W ST.PAVU CUNN.
Tefeptiona Hate ifW*4
.Both Phones 741 Main.
Goodtf, Builders' Hard
i ag Jackie.'
Si. Paul, Minn.
snctef niHKBf HIT
MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LSOGE
MINNESOTA, A. F. AND A. M.
W R. MORRIS, GRAND MARTEB.
1020 Guaranty Lofn Bldg., Minneapolis.
R. DURANT. GRAND SECRETARY.
831 Payne Ave.. St. Paul, Minn.
PIONEER LODGE NO. 1, A. F. and A.
M., meets first and third Mondays of each
month at Masonic Hall. No. 319 Wabasha
street at 8:00 p. m. D. E. Beasley, W. M.
'L. F. Lyons, Secy., 560 Temperance
PERFECT ASHLAR LODGE NO. 40, A.
F. and A. M.. meets second and fourth
Tuesdavs at Masonic Hall. No. 319 Waba
sha St.. at 8:00 P. M. J.. H. Sherwood,
W. M.. )24 Farrington Ave. J. E. Porter,
Sec, Bradley Bldg.
MARS LODGE, NO. 2202, MEET,,' SEC
ond and fourth Wednesday in each month
for business and the third Wednesday for
instruction at Odd Fellows' Hall, 253 E
Seventh street. Daniel Roy, N. G. Thos.
R. Hickman, P. S., 422 St. Anthony Ave.
PAST GRAND MASTERS COUNCIL.
No. 123, G. U. O. of O. F. meets the sec
ond Friday in each month.at Labor Tem
ple building, Minneapolis. All visiting P.'
G. M. in good standing cordially invited
to attend. W. R. Morris, W. G. M.
Thomas R. Hickman. G. S., No. 422 St.
Anthony avenue, St. Paul.
ST. PAUL PATRIARCHY NO, 114
meets the second Monday in each month
at Odd Fellows' Hall. No. 263 E. Seventh
street. All Patriarchs in good standing
are invited to attend. Thos. R. Hickman,
(acting) R. V. P. W. R. Morris, P. M. V.
P. Geo. D. Lowe, W. P. R., 178% Waba
HOUSEHOLD O RUTH, NO. 553, G.
U. O. of O. F. meets first and third Mon
day in each month for business second
Monday for instruAion, at Odd Fellows
Hall, 253 East Seventh St., Mrs. Carrie
Lindsay, M. N. G. Mrs. Ida M. Johnson,
W. R., No. 916 Marion St.
UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIEND-
NORTH STAR LODGE NO. 138, U.
F., meets first and third' Thursday in each
month at hall No. 319 Wabasha street.
Brbthers in good standing always wel
come. J. C. Garner, W. M. J. Q. Adams,
(acting) W. Sec'y, 49 E. Fourth street.
ST. JAMES* A. M. E. CHURCE cor
Fuller and Jay streets, duu-day se Ices
11:00 a. m. 7:30 p. !3. Wedneoday i*ayei
meeting, 8:00 p. m. Pastor visits on Hon
day and Tuesday: at home Wedaesdcv and
Thursday. Weddings, funerals an6 xu
sick Attended on notice. Rev. J. C. A iVr
son. Pastor. 880 LouU St.
PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH. Cor.
12th and Cedar. Sunday services: Prtach
lng at 11 a. m. and 7:45 n. in. St'&dej
school at 12:30 o'clock. Wednesday ives
lng general prayer meeting. Friday .^ves-
Ing study Sunday school lessen. Pauerair
and weddings promptly attendtM. Rev. W
D. Carter, Pastor. 559 Elfelt St.
ST. PHILIP'S EPISCOPAL MISSIO**
corner Aurora avenue and Mackultln stre"
Sunday services: Early celebration ot polf
iBtiebarlst, 7:30 a.' m.' High t*rebrtit!6n 6
Holy Eucharist first and third Sundays.
11:00 a. m. Matins, second and fourth
Sundays. 11:00 a. in. Snnc\y school, 12:38
p. m. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, 6:30 p.
m. Vespers, 7:30 p. m. Week service*:
Wednesdays, confirmntion class, 8:00 V- n*.
Fridays, evening prayer, 8:00 p. m. Salur
days, Holy Eucharist, 9 A. M. Rev. Everard
Anyone sending a aketcb and description may
qulokly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable.^-jDommnnlca-
tionsstrictlyconadential. HANDBOOK onPfe&nta
sent free. Oldest agency for Becunngpatents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
tpecial notice, withou charge,
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any scientific Journal
year fou months,
Branoli Office, Bt, Washington, D. C.
SPECIALTIES:. Tew, Coffees,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Full line of Canned Goods and
440 Uttiveraity Ave.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
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the hair grow long and silky. Sold oyer forty*
five years and used by thousands. Warranted
5 harmless. It was the first preparation ever
soldo straightening kinky hair. Beware oft
imitations. Bemember that the Original
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fifty cent else. Do not be misled by sub*tl- e)
tutes that claim to be just as goodbutalways A
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fans to keep the hair straight, soft and beau
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