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one you'll ever have here* The skin needs
proper cleansing* You cannot cleanse the
skin of the face or body in hard* city water*
If you want clear* white skin* put a little
Borax in the basin and bath water* Borax
makes the water soft, that's the reason*
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It's pure. Sold by druggists and grocers^
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skint It's the only
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GEO. B. NEWELL & CO.,
Cor. First Av. N. and Third St.
GREEN & DELAITTRE CO.
18-20-22 Third Street N.
THE CRESCENT CREAMERY
618 Hennepin Avenue.
Wholesale and Retail
Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Milk,
Cream and Ice Cream.
BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES
Cured at your home.
GLUEK BBEWING CO.
Brewers and Bottlers of
HIGH GRADE BEERS,
0, 0. OYEN, MANAGER.
Office and Factory, 809-811 Second St. S.
Fine Cabinet Work, Bank, Office and Store
Fixtures, Detail Sash and Doors,
Doors, Ornamental Staircases.
Tel. T. 0. 46 N. W. 318 LI, Minneapolis.
BEMIS BROS. BAG
612, 614, 616 Fourth St. S.
irritated or itching scalp, blanch
ing, splitting or faUinsfhaifr, and
all other disorders affecting the
hair and scalp. Full information,
and book free. Write or call,
Joan & Woodbury 9.1., 103State St., CMogo.
B. HERSOHEL MFG. CO.
M. S. Thurber, Mgr.
406-408 Third avenue North.
COMMON TOAD IS
Department of Agriculture Calls
Attention to Despised
From The Journal Bureau, Colorado Building-,
Washington, June 4.The govern
ment, thru the department of agricul
ture has come to the defense of the
common toad, and spoken a good word
for it as the true friend of man. So
much that is false has" been written
and believed about this humble den
izen of the road and fields, that a
statement of his numerous good quali
ties, by a scientist who has spent many
patient years in personal investigation,
is thought to be timely hence,the pub
lication of farmers' bulletin, No. 196,
which ought to secure for the toad a
wa rm place in the heart of every
It is a heavy tax which insects levy
on agriculture, and much time has
been given by scientists to the ex
ploitation of remedies for combatting
the pests. The general public is be
ginning to understand something of
the value of birds as destroyers of
noxious insects, and this understand
ing has taken concrete form in statutes
in nearly all of the states, looking to
the preservation of bird life, but a p
parently it is not generally known
that toads, ugly tho they are, and ob
jects of disgust and even of fear to
many people, perform a service for the
farmer and gardener and for the pub
lic generally as important as that per
formed by birds.
Long Standing Burden.
Manufacture mower knives, sections, rivets,
cotters, rake Teeth, link chain, belting, etc.
Jobbers' agricultural supplies. Write for
1903 catalogue. No. 58.
Automatic and Half Automatic Gates,
Dumb Walters, Electric Motors and
Gus Lagerquist, Manufacturer.
ELEVATORSDirect and Belted Electric
Passenger, Freight, Power and
516-518 Thir Street N.
The toad is unfortunate *in that he
has had to bear the burden of long
standing and firmly fixed misrepre
sentation and prejudice. We have
adopted in their entirety the principal
European traditions concerning the
toad, as set forth by the very early
writers on natural history. Hence in
the popular thought this meek and
harmless little animal is venomous and
filled with all manner of uncleanness.
Among the best known traditions is
that which credits the toad with pro
ducing warts on the hands. Others
say that its breath is poisonous to in
fants, and that if killed by accident
or design it will produce bloody milk
It should not be necessary to say
that none of these traditions has the
slightest foundation in fact, and that
the toad, instead of being all these
things, is a modest and reliable friend
of the agriculturist everywhere, and
does his full share in the work of free
ing the earth of insect pests.
Government scientists have exam
ined the stomachs of large numbers of
toads for the purpose of securing def
inite information regarding their diet.
From estimates made with great care,
it is known that the average toad will,
during one growing season, consume
2,160 cutworms, 1,800 myriapods,
2,160 sow bugs, 3,240 ants, 360 weevils,
and 360 ground beetles. Many gar
deners give children a penny for every
cutworm found, and at this nominal
figure the value of a single toad each
season is $21.60.
In cities and towns the toad has
learned that the electric and even the
gas street lights attract insects of all
kinds, and so it happens that at night
time, when the toad is abroad in the
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
0. H. RAWITZER, MANAGER.
Awnings, Tents. Flags, Umbrellas, Cotton
Duck, Horse Blankets, Horse Covers, Wagon
Covers, Paulina. Feed Bags, Leggina.
TENTS FOR RENT.
185-127-180 First Av. N.
PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS
Largest producers of Plate Glass In the
world. We carry a complete stock of
WINDOW AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS.
Northwestern Distributing Agents of PAT
TON'S PAINTS and carry a full line of
Always somebody right at the
receiver listening for your Journal
"Want Ad"so just tell it to
"Main 9" and the end of your
"Want" 1$ in sight. Only one
cent a word.
S & JU8 -m.iULUJI-'.ll
KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.
their hats practically all the time
when awake, and are blessed with a
heavy shock of hair yet if the scalps
of these same men once became in
fested with dandruff germs, the para
sites would multiply all the quicker
for lack of air. Baldness would en
sue as the final result. Newbro's
Herpicide kills these germs and stimu
lates unhealthy hair to abundant
growth. Herpicide is a pleasant hair
dressing as well as a dandruff cure
and contains not an atom of injurious
substance. Sold by leading druggists.
Send 10c in stamps for sample to The
Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.
Voegeli Bros., Special Agents, cor
ner Hennepin and Washington ave
nues and corner 7th street and Nicol
FIJOUR MILL MACHINERY.
STRONG & NORTHWAY
FLOUR MILL MACHINERY.
251 and 253 3d av S.
We want that much hardwood lumber at
once. What can you offer?
BABNARD & STRICKLAND,
20&-207 LUMBER EXCHANGE, MPLS.
KETTLE RIVER QUARRIES
Quarries at Sandstone, Minnesota.
Producers of Building Stone, Bridge Stone,
Paving Blocks, Curbing, Crushed
40M0 Oneida block,
MILLS NOVELTY CO.
Dealers in Slot Machines and
Automatic Devices of
200 Washington Avenue N.
Journal "Want Ads" tell your
"wants" to the family circle after
the day's work is over and when
people are in a receptive mood.
Only one cent a word.
THE MINNEAPOMSWJOURNAL. sjj--:*
land, he is to be seen in the vicinity
of these lights. The feeding time lasts
all night, and the toad fills and empties
his stomach four times.
In England the value of the toad
is better understood than it is in this
country, and there are cases where
English gardeners have paid $25 a
hundred for toads, for colonizing pur
poses. Celia Thaxter, the well-known
authoress, at one time found her beau
tiful gardens at the Isles of Shoals
overrun by insects and snails. A con
siderable number of toads were im
ported from the mainland with the re
sult that the pests were suppressed
and the flowers preserved.
There is a suggestion in the bulletin
of the department of agriculture that
if the toad were talked about in the
public schools It would be a good thing
for the public at large, since its chief
enemy is the typical small boy.
W. W. Jermane.
ROUT THE MOSQUITO
Marine Hospital Tells How to Service
From Colorado Build- The Journal Bureau,
The Constant Wearing of a Hat
Propogates Dandruff Germs.
There are many men who wear among the islands on the southeast
Washington, June 4.In connection with
the effort which the United States, assist
ed by Mexico, is making this year to pre
vent a recurrence of yellow fever on this
continent, there is published, by the ma
rine hospital service, a bulletin of instruc
tions to the public regarding the mosquito
and how to suppress it. These instruc
tions so thoroiy educate those who read
them that the public health authorities
in this country think they should beware
fully read by every citizen, not so'much
as a guard against yellow fever, which
never gets into the northern states, "but
against the numerous other diseases which
the mosquito is supposed to carry. If
complied with, it is said that there is no
section of the country which should have
a mosquito plague. The instructions fol
FirstMosquitoes breed only In deposits of
SecondMosquitoes live in the vicinity where
they breed. Invasions from.a distanoe. are rare.
ThirdThe larvae of the mosquito live in the
water from seven to twelve day8. Notwithstand
ing that they are natives of the water, the mos
quito larvae must rise to the surface to breathe
the free air.
FourthIf the surface of the water la covered
with petroleum the larvae can not breathe and
FifthDestroy the water deposits where the
mosquitoes breed and their breeding will be
Sixth-Empty all tubs, buckets, flower pots,
vases, etc., at least every two days.
SeventhAll pools, ditches or wells should be
filled with dirt or drained.
EighthWater intended for beasts, chickens
and all other animals should be renewed daily.
NinthAll water that can not be drained
should be cpvered with petroleum30 grams to
each square meter of surface. The oil does not
injure the water for use if it is drawn from
below by means of a pump or other medium.
TenthAll cisterns, wells or tanks in daily
use should be covered with wire screens.
EleventhDeposits that do not admit of the
use of petroleum, such as watering places for
animals, will require the precaution of renewing
the water daily and cleaning the deposits.
TwelfthVegetation around pools or wells--of
water should be destroyed, as it furnishes shel
ter for the adult mosquito.
ThirteenthAbsolute cleanliness should be ob
served in vacant blocks and lots, and all trash
should be burned.
W. W. Jermane.
"Washington, D. June 4.(Spe-
cial.)The following patents were is
sued this week to Minnesota and Da
kota inventors, as reported by "Wil
liamson & Merchant, patent attor
neys, 925-983 Guaranty Loan build
ing, Minneapolis, Minn.: Clark L.
Corbett, St. Paul, Minn., name-fast
ener Arthur L. Dean, Browns Val
ley, Minn., grain-cleaning device
Gorman & Riley, St. Paul, Minn., ele
vating truck Henry B. Lykken, Graf
ton, N. D., flue expander Samuel B.
Mack, St. Paul, Minn., packing ring
Edwin E. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn.,
steam-feed cylinder Joshua S. Towle,
Redwood Falls, ^inn., rein guard.
Two Grand Triik "Land Of the Mid
The Northern Pacific announces two
grand trips to Alaska the coming sea
One, $190.00, a cruise of twelve days
ern coast of Alaska, on the palatial
steamer "Spokane," meals and berths
on steamer^ included. The other,
nearly the same trip extended across
the White Pass and down the
Yukon river to Dawson, the richest
mining camp in the world, meals and
berth included on the ocean and river
Either of the above trips in connec
tion with the Yellowstone Park trip,
will give you something to remember
as long as you live.
See G. P. McNeill, City Ticket Agent,
at Number 19 Nicollet House Block,
for full particulars. Ask for the free
"Main Double Three" (33) is the
new call for "Golden Grain Belt Beer."
N. C. BENNETT LUMBER CO.
SUCCESSOR TO H. A. BENNETT & SON.
Mahogany, Walnut, Red and White Cedar,
Georgia and White Pine, Cypress, Brown and
White Ash, Elm, Cherry, Birch, Butternut,
Whitewood, Gumwood, Oak, Hickory, Maple.
Basswood, Sycamore, Spruce, Hemlock, Fir,
Cottonwood, Pecan and Sassafras, Maple
Rollers. Minneapolis, Minn.
Th Grea Cit of the Grea Northwest"
HIDES, FURS, WOOL, ETC.
Buyers of Hides, Purs, Wool, Etc.
NORTHWESTERN HIDE &
200-202-204 First street N.
HIOESi^ELTS, irVbOL, ETC
BOTVl i.ONO DISTANCE 'PKONES,%'j
WRITE FOK ciiRCuLARS. %t
Corner First Av N and Fifth St,
FINE BUFFALO ROBES.
1629 S. E. Fifth Street.
J. F. WALLERIUS,
1203 Main St. N. E.
Tel. East 495 Jl.
4 The Journal is the clean,
nonsensational daily paper in
Minneapolis. It is a home news
paper fit to be read by the wife
and daughter as well as the
father and son.
The Aged Billionaire Says They
Are Booty Stolen from
New York Sun Special Service.
New York, June 4.The June num
ber of the Independent, just out, pub
lishes the following from the pen of
Russell Sage under the heading, "The
Injustice of Vacations."
"During the eighty-three years of
my career I have not once taken a va
cation. A young an said to me the
other day: 'Mr. Sage, would you not
have taken a vacation if you had
worked for some one else?' I replied
that I would not. I never have been
an advocate of what some persons
term the 'vacation habit.'
"When I was a boy the practice was
not in vogue. As a matter of fact, I
was so glad to get a chance to learn
business that the idea of asking my
employer to ma ke me a present of two
weeks' time that belonged to him be
cause he had paid me for it, would
have been preposterous.
"Neither did any of my youthful
associates take vacations. I am sure
you will agree with me that the fact
did not retard their progress when I
say that among them were Thurlow
Weed, Horace Greeley, Governor
Seward and George Jones.
"I think the 'vacation habit' an out
growth of abnormal and distorted,
business methods. Let us assume that
an employer and his clerk make an
agreement to exchange just remunera
tion for reasonable services. Each
one keeps his part of the agreement.
Are they not then quits? If there is
any obligation I think it is on the part
of the clerk who avails himself of the
credit, skill and organization of th\
"Suppose we were to reverse the
conventional order of things, and in
stead of the clerk demanding two
weeks' pay gratis, his employer should
demand two weeks' work without pay
as a condition of retaining the clerk
in his employ. What a tremendous
howl would go up.
"It is worry, not work, that makes
the hair gray. Doctors may recom
mend a change of air for a an when
he is sick. But why be sick? Sick
ness is an irreparable loss of time. If
I had a thousand tongues I'd preach
'Save time' with them all. It is in
finitely more valuable than money."
"IT'S UP TO YOU."
Thousands of families and communities now
keep free from all sickness through Orangelne.
Whe re to Fish.
You will find the best fishing in the
Northwest along the line of the Great
Northern Railway. The Minnesota
Lake Region with its innumerable
lakes and trout streams offers unex
celled opportunities for fishermen.
Unexcelled train service to fishing
points on the line of the Great Nor
thern to and from the Twin Cities.
Send 6 cents postage for illustrated
book "Shooting and Pishing," to P. I.
Whitney, Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket
Agent, St. Paul. For rates and other
information call at City Ticket Office,
300 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
The action of Carter's Little Liver
Pills is pleasant, mild and natural.
They gently stimulate the liver and
regulate the bowels, but do not purge.
They are sure to please. Try them.
Don't call "Main 486" any longer.
Make, it "Main Double Three," the
new number, easy to remember when
you think of "Golden Grain Belt
Does your roof leak? We can stop
It. Both phones 376. W. S. Nott
Drake's Palmetto Wine.
A complete medicine and tonio for immediate
relief and absolute cure of Chronic Stomach
Troubles. Flatulency, Constipation, Liver and
Kidney Congestion, Inflammation of Bladder
and Catarrh of Mucous Membranes. When used
for the cure of Bright's Disease, Diabetes and
female troubles, it cures to stay cured and pro
motes health and vigor. One tablespoonful,
once a day. establishes a perfect cure, and is a
wonderful tonic for the appetite and nerves and
purifies and enriches the blood. Seventy-five
cents at Drug Stores for a large bottle, usual
dollar size, but a trial bottle will be sent free
and prepaid to every reader of this paper who
writes for it to Drake Formula Company, Drake
Building. Chicago, 111. Simply send your name
and address, with request for one bottle of
Drake's Palmetto Wine, prepaid, free of charge.
COAL AND COKE.
THE PIONEER FUEL CO.
Distributed from all principal
western lake ports. General
Offices: Minneapolis, 46 South
NORTH STAR SHOE CO.
HIDES, ROBES, FUR S.
FOSTER ROBE AND TAN-
there's Nothing too
Good for the
HE MUST HAVE THE VERT BEST
Therefore, the Markets of the World
are Canvassed Every Day to Sup
ply His Exquisite Taste.
The markets of the world are' canvassed every
day in the year by enterprising American mer
chants and manufacturers to find something bet
ter for the Yankee. In our canvass we found
a food-drink in use by over twenty of the royal
bouses of Europe and served, regularly in all the
finest cafes and clubs of Paris, Berlin, Vienna
and Milan. We found It to be so perfectly de
licious, wholesome, pure and healthful that we
purchased the right to make it in America.
Kneipp Malt Coffee is the most perfect substi
tute for coffee ever devised by man. It is a part
of the world-famous Father Kneipp cures and
is absolutely guaranteed to prevent and cure all
the diseases of stomach, brain, blood and nerves
caused by drinking coffee poison (caffeine). It
is not a medicine in any sense, but a food-drink
which tastes like the finest coffee, smells like
coffee, looks like coffee and by many was ac
tually believed to be the higest quality of cof
fee until the most careful chemical analysis
proved it to be the purest, cleanest and best
quality of barley, malted and roasted by Father
Kneipp's patented process. It is this process
which makes it such a wonderfully wholesome
and delicious beverage. Absolutely unlike any
other substitute you ever tried.
Give it a good fair trial and you will never
use coffee again. It clears the brain, is a com
fort to the stomach, purifies the blood and stead
ies the nerves.
Get it of your grocer. If he don't handle it
send his name and address to us and we will
send you a package, our elegant Book of Recipes
and a beautiful aluminum measuring cup for your
trouble. Address Kneipp Malt Food Co., Mani
Wholesale China, Crockery,
Glassware, Lamps, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, Etc.
Corner 5th st and 1st av N.
THE DRINK OF POTENTATES
SASH AND DOORS.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Eto.
Specialties: Stair Work, Office Fittings and
Interior Hardwood Finish.
Corner 2d Avenue 6 EAST SIDE,
and 8th Street. Minneapolis, Minn.
McCLELLAND BROS. &
21-23-26 Third Street North.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, JEW-
ELRY, NOTIONS, STATION-
ERY, CUTLERY, ETC.
Write for Our New Catalog.
It was true yesterday, it is true
to-day, it will be trueto-morrow
that a Journal "Want Ad" will
"do the business" all over the
northwest. Only one cent a word.
11 ji an j' i' !._ i 'i i."
A Drink Used by Europe's Kinks Is None
Too Good for America's Kings.
Any beverage which the court physicians and
the highest medical authorities of Europe de
clare to be the most perfect for the kings,
queens, emperors and princes of Europe is none
too good for the kings and queens of America.
Over twenty of the royal courts of Europe have
Kneipp Malt Coffee served on their tables every
day because it is the most delicious and health
ful table beverage ever devised by man. Infi
nitely superior to any other coffee substitute
ever made. It tastes like the finest coffee, it
looks like coffee, and it smells like coffee, and
yet there is not a bit of coffee in it. It is an
absolutely pure, wholesome and healthful food
drink, made of barley, malted and roasted by
the famous Father Kneipp patented process. It
is served iu the finest cafes and clubs of
Paris, Berlin, Vienna and Milan, and is, there
fore, none too good for the tables of every
reader of this paper, the real kings and queens
Make a fair, honest test of it and be convinced
that there never was a coffee substitute ever
made that Is so perfect, gentle and delicious.
It fits every stomach, whether weak or strong,
and builds health and strength wherever it
If your dealer don't sell It send his name and
address to us and we will send you a package
with our elegant Book of Becipes and a beautiful
aluminum measuring cup for your trouble. Ad
dress Kneipp Malt Food Co., Manitowoc, Wis.
NOBTHWESTEBN FUEL CO.
ST. PAUL. CHICAGO.
D., L. & W. R. R. Co.'s Scranton hard
coal, Consolidation Coal Co.'s ocean smoke
less, Georges Creek Smithing, Fairmont Coal
Co.'s Fairmont, Sunday Creek Coal Co.'s
THESE ARE THE BEST.
Jobber so Minneapolis,
245-247-249 First Avenue North.'
WYMAN, PABTBIDGE & CO.
WHOLESALE DBY GOODS.
First avenue N and Fourth st.
ii Ik^^^fer^wg^fMi is
Robitshek, Frank & Heller,
21 North Fourth St.
PAPER BOXES, ENVELOPES.
Manufacturers of Paper Goods, Boxes,
Printing and Embossing.
480 N. Third Stret Minneapolis
GREAT WESTERN STOVE
AND REPAIR CO.
Stores a nd Repairs.
312 Hennepin Av., Minneapolis.
The poor man's and the mill
ionaire's "wants" appear side by
of Journal "Want Ads." Only one
cent a word.
FOUND AT LAST
Prominent Business Man's Stomactt
Troubled Him and He Couldn't
A prominent' Chicago business man was SO
troubled with his stomach that he consulted phy
sicians about It. It felt as though it was full
of lead. It made him feel logy all the time*
and one of the most noticeable effects
seemed to be.that his brain felt all clogged op.
It never appeared clear,, and he had the utmost
difficulty In trying to think out even the ordinary
problems of his business. i ^'$ 'i
The physicians prescribed and he took the med*,
icines, but somehow the trouble still stayed witil
him. He went from one physician to.the other,
but always with the same result.
He was finally told that the trouble was nof
with his stomach and brain, but with the staff
be put into his stomach. He pooh-poohed the
idea, but admitted that he was drinking from
three to six cups of coffee every day.
He was finally prevailed upon to quit and try
Kneipp Malt Coffee for a few days. He said ha
did it to please his wife, but in a day or two
he declared he wouldn't, go back to coffee for
His stomach corrected itself, his brain cleared
and he got stronger and better every day. Ha
"I never saw anything that tastes so near lika
the finest coffee in my life. It is simply won-1
derful. It tastes nothing like any other coffea1
substitute I ever saw, and I have tried most ol
them. I know now what my trouble was, foJP|
it is cured. Hereafter give me nothing bat'
Kneipp Malt Coffee. It is certainly great."
It will do the same for you. Get it of you,
grocer. If he don't handle it, send us his name
and address and we will send you a package, oup
Book of Recipes and a beautiful aluminum meas-1
uring cup for your trouble. Address Knelpia
Malt Food Co., Manitowoc, Wis.
THE LATE POPE LEO XIIJ.,
He Could Not Think Clearly and Property}
When His Brain Was Loaded .'f
Pope Leo XIII., one of the greatest and clear*.v
est thinkers of his time, found that he could not!
think clearly, or even work with as clear ana'^"
active a brain when he drank coffee, so he qui*
it and used Kneipp Malt Coffee in its place. Haj"
found that it gave a keener edge to the appe!^
tite, greater bodily health and vigor and greateB'A"^
stamina to the nerves. He found that it looked*
tasted and smelled exactly like the very highesi
grades of coffee, but when drank It always gavj
strength instead of pulling it down, and left tha)
body in better working order for its use.
When you feel tired after a day of strong?A*
mental effort, and your nerves twitch and pul^l^**
try the soothing, health-giving qualities ot'lH
Kneipp Malt Coffee. It refreshes and prepare*
the body and brain for restful sleep and quiet*
No coffee substitute ever made is half so good*'
Sold at your grocers costs no more than reafcs
coffee and is a whole lot better. Try it and seal
why the world's most famous physicians serf
heartily recommend it. It tastes perfectly de*
licious while it is doing its good.
WHY THE JAPS WIN.
One reason why the Japs are so strongly vig
orous, keen and active is that they have neve*'^
turned the sharp edge of successful brains bj^v
the use of coffee. People cannot hope to win thaj^,
great battles of life with brains heavily handi
capped by coffee poison (caffeine). It is against! in
If people must have coffee simply for its de*
licious taste, flavor and smell, why not useiw
Kneipp Malt Coffee, which meets all these conAf
ditions, and at the same time invigorates thgW*
body, gives keen edge to the brain, makes
easy and pleasant and steels the nerves? Therefa'r
is no body in the world that could be hurt in thej
slightest degree by its use. It is a food-drink,
and always a blood and nerve strengthened Tr*
it and see why over twenty of the royal familic*
of Europe use no other coffee. Nothing like anJr,
substitute you ever tried. You can see "exactly!,,
what it is made of. Impossible to adulterate ifaTf
Sold in sealed packages only, with Fathef
Kneipp's picture on every package.
NELSON-BOUQUET- HOLUDAY HARDWARE CO
Northwestern Agents for
Aetna Dynamite Shin Steel Ranges
Dupont Powder Batcheller Forks
Columbian Rope Sargent's Locks.
Dillon Square and Diamond Field Fence. 3S
17-219-221 Third Street N.
JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL &
30, 32, 34, 36 Second avenue S.
Corner First Arenue S.
Maire's Own Indestructible
For an kinds of Roofs, Bridges, Boilers,
Smoke Stacks, etc. Manufactured by
MAIRE PAIN* CO.,
242 First Avenue North."'
Heath & Miltigan Specialties.!
Paints and Oils. 3?^
248-50 Hennepin Avenue.
Your Wool, Hides, Furs, Pelts,
Tallow and Grease.
Record for prompt Remittances^
15 Second Street N.
In a few years you will be able
to trade steamship yachts for fly
ing machines. Thru The Journal's
"Want" columns you can trade
or sell most anything else now.
Only one cent a word.