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WOMEN WORK FOR US
^&flA and receive equal full value.
$110 in Green Trading stamps FRE E
to every lady who brings In a man's or young man's suit or
DOUBLE STAMPS ALSO
on an purcmscs FRIDAY
PUSHING THE CREAMERIES
FARMERS' WIVES OF MINNESOTA
MAKING A VERY HIGH CLASS
Lost-A Lame Back.
It is safe to say*that over ten million lame
and weak backs h^ve been relieved and cured
by wearing ALkQOCK'S PLASTERS.
They are a wpj^er^ combination of healing
gums, ABSOLUTELY SAFE, guaranteed
to contain no belladonna or any other poison
and can be used on the tenderest skin. They
cure by absorption.
Their immense sale during the past 57 years has
caused legions of imitations. Beware of them.
AskforALLCOCK'S and see that you get the genu
ine. Don't be humbugged by any "Just as Good."
Home-made butter, known on the
market as dairy butter, is almost as
high grade as creamery butter evolved
thru a complicated mechanical process
in a creamery. Thus Mrs. S. Jensen of
Tyler, Minn., has some butter at the
fair which the Judges marked at 93%
points, or only five points less than the
best creamery butter in America. Butter
made by Mrs. P. A. McDougal of Kin
dred, N. D. by Mrs. EL McEosta,
and by Mrs. M. A. Holms of Owatonna,
scored 92 points. Other butter obtained
-marks as follows: Nels Olsen of Littlo
Falls, 9IV2 Mrs. Alberta Winn, 90:
MrB. E. Phelps of Waseca, 8QY2 Mrs.
KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH
Hyomei Goes to the Root of the Dis
ease and Makes Astonishing Cures.
Catarrh cannot be cured by the use
of pills, liquid medicines and so-called
&y3tem tonics. Under such treatment
the germs of the disease will still live
in the air passages and increase and
Hyomei is the only specific and
thoro way to cure catarrh. Killing
the germs in the air passages, it en
ters the blood with the oxygen, de
stroys the microbes in the blood and
effectually drives from the system all
traces of catarrhal poison.
Probably the strongest evidence
that can be offered as to the powers
of Hyomei to cure catarrh is the fact
that Voegeli Bros. Drug Co., corner
Hennepin and Washington Aves, and
corner 7th street and Nicollet avenue,
will agree to refund the money if you
Bay Hyomei has not cured you.
The complete Hyomei outfit costs
but $1.00 and consists of an inhaler
that can be carried in the vest pocket,
a medicine dropper and a bottle of
Hyomei. The inhaler lasts a lifetime,
and if one bottle does not cure, an ex
tra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained
for 50 cents.
Thursday Evening, "S^
7,000 Men's Finest Fall Suits.
2,000 Men's Finest Fall Top Coats.
5,000 Men's Finest Winter Overcoats.
3,000 Young Men's Finest Suits and Overcoats.
2,000 Boys' School and Dress Suits.
1,000 dozen correct Fall Men's Hats.
2,000 pairs Men's extra quality foot form Shoes.
World's finest Lamb's Wool Underwear in 100
different styles, imported Hosiery, exquisite
silk Neckwear, handsome Fall Shirts, etc.,
etc., in peerless assortments. Remember,
W E GUARANTEE BEST VALUES.
W E GUARANTE E LOWEST PRICES.
John Spencer of Spicer, 88 Mrs.
Kenney of Edmonds N. D., 87.
A. W.- Trow, superintendent of the
dairy department, says that never be
fore has there been such a fine lot of
dairy butter on exhibition at a Minne
sota state fair. All the nine entries
scored over 85 points and will hence
share in the purse.
I doubt whether the creamery but
te at St. Louis will average any higher
than the exhibits at the Minnesota
fair," said Inspector Sondergaard of
the state dairy and food department.
"This is in spite of the fact that onlv
butter known to be of very high qual
ity is sent to St. Louis, while anyone
who desires to exhibit here does so.''
LITTLE GETS FAIR TIPS
Lao qui Farle Man After Exhibits for
J. Little of Madison, Minn., sec
retary of the Lac qui Parle County Ag
ricultural society, is in Minneapolis at
tending the fair and making some ar
rangements for the fair of his county
which occurs Sept. 21, 22 and 23. ij
has- secured several of the state fair at
tractions. Lac qui Parle county has
held a fair every year for thirty-two
years, and always has a first-class line
of exhibits and attractions. They are
now building a $1,500 grandstand'to be
used at the coming fair.
The Curious "Angry" Tree.
One of the wonders of the vegetable
kingdom is a species of the acacia
which grows in the forests of western
Idaho. At night this tree closes its
leaves into coils and apparently
settles itself for sleep. If touched af
ter that it will flutter as if angry,
and, if the disturbance is continued,
will shake violently and emit a very
disagreeable odor. There is only one
"Angry" tree known to the vegetable
kingdom, but we find lots of this spe
cies in the animal kingdom. It's all
a question of nerves, and if we use
golden grain belt beer regularly our
nerves will be steady and everything
will go a hundred per cent more easily.
Don't fret, drink golden grain belt
beer, and be "contented.
Carey's Cement Hoofing, the only
roofing that grows better with age.
Both phoaes 376. See W. S. Nott
N DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CUT
GLASS OF THE CELEBRATED HAWKES MANUFACTURE,
POCKETBOOKS, ETC., ETC
We make you special discounts to make room for fall stock.
Come and take advantage of this golden opportunity.
EUSTIS BROS., 712 Nicollet Ave.
GET THE GRIP
"FRATEBNAL HILL" NEAR MAIN
ENTRANCE A POPULAR PLACE.
Many Orders RepresentedMost of
Them Have Tents and the Comfort of
Visiting Members Is Carefully
Looked AfterRefreshment for the
If you haven't had the grip go up
on Fraternity Hill, near the main
building, and get it. If you belong to
almost any fraternal society, there is no
use of getting wet or going hungry at
the fair. Frappe is intermingled with
grand hailing sign and the signal of dis
tress is met with a cake or two, or a
couch upon which to rest. Most of the
fraternal orders represented are housed
in tents. The Brotherhood of Ameri
can Yeomen has a large rest tent and
.is extending hospitality to all callers.
The Ladies of the Modern Maccabees
are housed in a comfortable frame cot
tage and have a restroom and piano
for the comfort and entertainment of
their many visitors. Portraits of offi
cers deck' the walls. The Knights of
the Modern Maccabees share the cot
The Modern Samaritans have a com
fortable and commodious tent and are
busy with visitors. Everything is cozy
and homelike. The tent of the United
Commercial Travelers is a popular spot
with the knights of the grip. There is
a checkroom and rooms for those who
won't be checked. There are yarns
spun which tax the belief of those un
familiar with the road men. The "Billy
Prunes" brand is in evidence here.
The Maccabees of the "World have a
homelike tent, music, frappe and en
tertainment for twin city and state vis
itors. This is a popular spot on the
hill. The Boyal League tent has all the
features of entertainment possessed by
the others. The doctrine of fraternity
is the leading theme here.
The Good Templar tent is on the hill
and attracts hundreds of vistiors,
Those in charge are busy at all times.
It is a comfortable place and deservedly
Printed matter, buttons and souvenirs
are distributed at all of the fraternity
tents. They appear to have caught the
fancy of out-of-town visitors. The
various headquarters are favorite meet
ing places for friends, and have much
to ao with the social success of the fair.
TJ. O. T. ABE THBBB
Have a Big Bungalow and Entertain
In a big canvas bungalow the com
mercial travelers of the twin cities are
entertaining their friends and patrons
at the fair. Naturally, the visitors are
numerous, and the hospitality of the
knights of the grip is freely extended
to all. In the. tent is a dressingroom
for ladies in charge of an attendant, a
retiring room for men and a checkroom.
Refreshments, confined to "soft
drinks," are served to visitors, and
there is always a good smoke ready for
The headquarters is in charge of W.
M. Booth of Minneapolis council No.
.83 and H. C,.Peterson of Saintly City
council No. 50 of the United Commer
The experience of these gentlemen
this week have made them ardent con
verts to the plan suggested last year
of: erecting aU. C.-Tv-buMing-QT pa
vilion on .the grounds.. I has .been
estimated that a building can be
erected for about $1,500, and as .there
are 2,000 members of the order in the
twin cities, the financial problem is not
a serious one. The matter will be
brought to the attention of the two
councils at once.
AT THE POSTOFFIOE
Regular Line of Postal Business Trans
acted at the Fair.
One of the busiest places oh the
grounds is the branch of the postbffice
which exists thru fair week. I is in
charge of Mrs. E. R. Lawrence, for
merly of the Fort Snelling postoffice.
Mrs. Lawrence is assisted by four
Every brand of postal busineBS is
carried on as in the twin cities. JThere
are four or six deliveries of mail daily
and special deliveries are faithfully
made. There are regular collection's
from all buildings where mailboxes are
Money orders and registry business
are attended to as well. The business
so far has not been up to that of last
year, but is increasing daily.
SHE SOLD PASSES
Woman In Trouble Over Selling Help
Arrests "by the fair police were those
of Mrs. B. Ursella, a concessionnaire,
who was selling helpers' passes to the
grounds, five boys accused of crawling
over the fence and a badly scared
youth who was
stealing candy from a
It may not be generally known to
fair visitors, but the minimum penalty
for having liquor in one's possession on
the fair grounds is $100. The powers
that be recognize this is a pretty stiff
fine for carrying a bottle of tonic in
the pocket and have evolved a plan
for making it easy for innocent vio
lators of the law. Any one arrested
for having liquor in his or her posses
sion is released on' payment of $5 for
the first offense.
A September Coaching Tour-Yellow
stone National Park.
This has come to be recognized as
the grandest trip in the world, and it
is an especially grand trip at this time
of the year. The snow on the distant
mountain peaks enhances the grandeur
of the scenery, but in no way inter
feres with the comfort of the travel
ing in the big covered coaches. The
park will be open for visitors during
the entire month of September. Get
the Yellowstone Park folder at the
Northern Pacific city ticket office.
NeckwearA fine assortment of Tecks,
String, Four-in-Hands, in all the latest
shades, 50c, 75c and $1 values, 4Q
45c, 85c. ..i... Ifv
Men's Sweaters, in dark red QO#i
and black, ^$1.49 and wOw
Buy These Laces Tomorrow
Another big: shipmentAnother capital
purchasePoint Venice, Normandie
Valsand Raised Vals. A new invoice of
sample laces^ one piece of a kind. Here
too, is a rare ^collection of the
new effectsin lace allovers
priced as ltfw.as..,......
torchon Lacehand madetwo Eft
tablespriced at 10c and...... **w-
Two beautilul lines of black, cream,
Arabiah,.-/e1eru and butter Venise and
PlaiienV^ise Lace-the new ideas in
band ribbonstwo lots35c AEA
Late express^ brings these new idea Rib
bona right from the manufacturer.
Hundreds pf beautiful styles and colors
plaids, stripes, brocades, polka dots
and embroidereprice, figures. Any one of
I them at
$3 48.Dinner Sfets-^A few more of those
apiece,,,'|emi-porcelain dinner sets,
worth$a^: dM| AjEk
Tumblers^The real good quality glass
tumblers, worth 40c dozen,: QIA
Friday, each".-'.' ^2v
Salts and PeppersHeavy nickel Rf*
top, worth 10c, .Friday, each.....
SOLD I AUCTION
CHOICE STOCK DISPOSED OF AT
Fifty-eight Fine* Animals Carried Off
by Purchasers YesterdayProminent
Breeders of tjie Country Are in At
tendance on the Sale.
Fifty-eight choice Hereford cattle
were sold at the annual Hereford auc
tion yesterday and about forty were sold
this afternoon. The bidding was quite
spirited at times and thenumber of buy
ers fairly l*rge. The first sale was a year
ling bull, whieh.went for $110 to Hun
ter & Steekbower of Iron River, Wis.
The highest price paid of the after
noon was $275, which was paid by Wil
liam Gardiner of Grant, Iowa, for a
3-year-old cow and calf. A 8-year-old
bull was sold to Messingham & Cos
grove of Randan N. D., for $230. The
other animals sold yesterday brought
from $50 up, the average price being
more than $100.
The Herefords were nudged yester
day in herds and the scene in the big
judging tent- was one of the most inter
esting of the fair week as herd after
herd of the white-faced cattle, finely
groomed and carefully attended, were
led into the- ring and- arranged in a
semicircle before the judges. A herd
in fair language is five animals, and
there are three -classes, known as aged
class, young class and calf class. The
most prominent breeders in the country
are exhibiting here, among them James
A. Funkhouser, Plattsburg, Mo. O.
Harris, Harris, Mo. W. S. Van Natta
& Son, Fowler, Ind. _Steele Brothers,
Richland, Kan. Mrs. K. W. Cross, Em
poria, Kan.: Steward & Hutcheon,
Bolckow, Mo. The Merchants' hotel
sweepstakes for herds winning first
prizes was awarded to O. Hams, xne
purse is $200.
Fancy Stock- Shown at Fair by Min
It is not safe to ask the names and
pedigrees of some of the finest animals
among the pretty black and white Hol
stein-Ffiesian cattle in the dairy barns
at the fair grounds. John B.
the well-known dair-yman of this city,
has a magnificent bull weighing about
2,300 pounds, -which rejoices in the
name of "Kaan Jewel of Wood Lake."
Directly opposite is "Piebe DeKol
Burke/' owned by "McKay Brothers of
Buckingham, Iowa, The Irwin and Mc
Kay herds are the only Holstems on
the grounds, bi both are very large
and the breed is Creditably represented.
In the Bame barn are the only Guern
seys on the grounds, the herds of A. C.
Loring fromTus Woodend farm at Lake
Minnetonka, tod of F. W. Tratt & Son,
Whitewater, Wis^rMr. Loring's herd
Does Your County Meet Here
SO of these %andsotne new suitsthe
$25.00 quality, to go E A
Is it a Tourist: or Auto Goat you need?
There's a variety here to please at most
pleasing prices, ti^'flO A
$35.00 to... H m.mu&"
FursLuxurious onescoats of all de
scriptions, jolly big scarfs, four-in-hand
ties, new creations boas, muffs and fan
cy neck pieces. Call in at you pass.
Big Values in Men's Furnishings
liglit "wort 39 a yard
a table heaped full of them, fkg*
*/*s? no iff*
i not recognized at first, as it is en
tered under the name of Beyer Aune.
St. Bonafacius, Minn., the manager- pf
the farm. Mr. Aune. by the way, in
the famous end of the championship
football team developed by. Dr.: Wil
liams in his first year at Minnesota
The Guernsey advocates insisted that
their favorites are more desirable than
the Jerseys, giving fully as much and
as rich milk, and having the additional
advantage of being hardier and less
fi. W. DURANT'S FAIE
A Reminiscence Related Yesterday at
the Log Cabin,
Senator E. W. Durant of Btillwater
spent a considerable portion of yester
day at the log cabin where he found
many of his friends of fifty years,ago.
They recalled with much merriment, a
Certain fair in which Mr. Durant sup
plied, more entertainment than any of
the features, and for a while was the
whole show. There was to be a plowing
September- i 190$,
We' tiever dreamed that this reunion idea would receive so hearty a reception we hoped
it would, hut the way they come here is a surprise to us. There has teen a request that we
keep a register and repeat tie reunion next year. The registration Book was opened today.
Come in, if for nothing more than to see others enjoy themselves.
PARCELS CHECKED AND DELIVERED FREE.
The following counties meet Friday: Brown, Cottonwood, Jackson, Lincoln, Ramsey
and Yellow Medicine. Obiaerve these Birthday Party prices.
That's our principal point of interest.
We can savg^Qu money. Come arid see.
Boy's 'frbx calf blucher flhees^ good style,
wear like iron, worth
Boys' good satin calf shoes these for
hard wear, splendid value, AO^
$1.50, at....... wOw
Misses' good school shoes, heavy soles,
neat looking, strong and & 4 4BR
dressy, worth $1.50, at.-.. *P
Misses- neat dressy school shoes, kid and
box calf in lace and bluch- & 4 jfi_ft
er, $2.00 value.... HfMm^WMM
Hundreds of pairs of Misses' and chil
dren's school shoes, all sizes, Qftft
worth to $1.75, special........
Children's shoes in smaller 'sizes, 1 to 3
at 19c, 3 to 6, 27c and 5 Hmfg%
Underwear News for Both
We have carried over from last
yea aouie certain lots of men's
and women'sr underwear, and in addi
tion have found some odd and broken
lots. These goods a^^elp^cially dis
played for your convenience. ^The -savv
ing ia remarkable.'.! ',jA
LotlHeavy cdilorf^ool fleece, light
blue, salmon and ecru, honest QQA
75c to 89c values.,...T.. ***w
Lot 2These are natural all wool cam
el's hair and wool mixed, the ERA
$1.00and $1.25 values for.... OOU
Lot 3-^This lot has becbine small, but
enough to go around. Fine natural all
wool and camel's hair, single and double
frontsthese art soldat $1.25 *7fe,#
and $1.49, for..... :s.....,
Remarkable values in Ladies'Underwear.
Ladies' natural wool flat Vests and
Pants, all sizes, :ygu^* $1^5
One lot Pants only, lia, white and natural
wool and cotton, regular 98c
value......., Children's best natural wool Shirts,
Pants and Drawers, sizes 24 to ^_Q a
34,worth 75cand95c,for 39c and***F 1*
Ladies' pure lisle thread, long sleeved,
Vests and Corset Covers, reg- O
ness'thie animals got angry and started
tp^lefav the grounds. They' went in a
hurryj "dragging" Ed after*'have themt,o and
the spectators who did not run
for their lives, declared the sight
funniest ihoident of their lives.
aya th.0 ffJ
A woman who is weak, nervous and
sleepless, and who has cold hands and
feet, cannot feel and act like a well
ierson. Carter's Iron Pills equalize
circulation, remove nervousness
and give strength and rest.
The Northern Pacific will sell the
round^trip homeseekers' excursion tick
ets to points in Minnesota and North
Dakota on-every Tuesday in Septem
ber., and to points in Montana, Idaho,
eaaiern and Central..Washington, on the
first and third Tuesdays in September.
Call at the Northern Pacific city ticket
office for full ihformatioil.
TTNIFORMITY in the quality of your cigar is
W mighty important, and only^by the United
System can you get absolutely uniform cigars. We
buydirect and seU direct the entire output of manu-
facturers growing their own Havana tobacco
on their own plantations
When you find the Unitedcigar you like^ou can
be sure it Will never varyand as sure that it's
better in quality by 30 to 50 per cent than the
same money would buy elsewhere.
Here's an example this week it is the
UNITE aGAR STORESJC
t,. SMW PricwW H*U Delivered. Remit to FUt-lron BmUdlnrf, Hew TorlU
^^^'*^^^^412 Nicollet AveMS^*^^
^.^^M&s&i'-S M%iM^" safe qta
Doiliesspachtel and lace effects Of*
worth to 10c each.
Bleached Muslin36-inch, soft A 3**.
for the needle, Birthday sale price^4V
Wash Goods Reduced
Imported Scotch Printed Madras and
English Oxfords, Beautiful high class"
82-in. fabrics for shirtwaists and shirts
sold all season at 35c yd. H| A
Birthday price.... fM%3^::.
28 Days of Unparalleled
And yet the storetis packed*dai!y
Thousands have set their appravaKon
the sale by coming here time and again.
New patterns never before shown on*
exhibition tomorrow morning.
The crowds have forced us to.put'the 8c
and 5c lines in the basement all else
are on the main floor.
96,12c, 15c, l9o, 25o, 29c, 39ov 48c
Note These Jewelry Prices
Men's: 12 size thin*model, 20-year guar
antee, hand engraved case, fitted 'with
15 jeweled adjusted movement, a, snap
at $16.50. Birthday $ 1 (|_f|Q
A rice ^9^ ^^^B ^t^
Ladies' 14k solid gold watches, worth
$18, choice of 25 styles 4 O A A
engraving,. H* 5rw,
BeltsSilk elastic, wide in back, taper
to front, beautiful gilt and French gray
buckles and back pieces,.were AE^
$1.98. Birthday Price
OH Opaque Window S!!adesSelling the
country over for 50c 9tf)#*
Carpet Burlaps36-inch, heavy reds and 2
greens, regular 20c yard, 4 01%
Crex Rugs are sanitary rugs good for
the kitchen, hail, bedroom, almost any
room. We have 40 sizes sell- fltQf*
ing as high as you wish to *9%P%*
tai of brawny/ but poorly
trailed steereu On that accouat the
^oad was used rather freely. After
taking* few jabs with becoming meek-
(INVINCIBLE SIZE) -'u"-:
Gcentseack $1.50 a box of twenty-flve. ^.3
It is filled with pure Havana tobacco, wrapped:!nbestfSiimatta--han4 rolled. l$
See if you haVe ever bought elsewhere the equal of this cigar for less than
10 cents. It can't be sold for less than that except in a United Store.-,,
ASSAULT FIEND SHOT
Chloago- Detective Used a Gun Wttei*
Lambert Too&rto His Heels.
Spepial to The Journal. *C
Sioux City, Iowa, Sept. 1.& deilo*
tive of Chicago snot three times ,-tat,
Ed Lambert yesterday afternoon, while!
arresting him at Homer, Neb onfa
charge of assault in Chisago Jan iQt'
1902. The victim was AHce Collins
aix y$ars old. Lambert started to, rim
when arrested. One shot tore off a?
heel of his shoe and another strait!
him ijn the Bhoulder. Hb' has1
living in Homer for tw 'years.
i 1.1., i,
See Stookweli soonThat lifematnu
.ince-The Penn Mutueil, A&drus<bldt
25 per cent discount from list prices
of nursery stock during s^ate aisifoeSk.
Let us figure on what nufserj jrtj
you need, whether wa list it
Excelsior Nursery, JsxoplsioT,
A. A. Bost, proprietor, v'Hortw
building, fair grounds].