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bow lands Send for map
farming In the count!v east of Kettle rlrer and north of the St Croix we
Sign of the triangle
OO Work is the peg," said
Beau Brummell,"on which
a clothier hangs his reputation."
award of the Grand Prize at the
Universal Exposition at St. Louis
to Browning, King & Co. is an
expert testimony to the superior-
ity of our Clothing. $12 to $45.
gowning 1 0 2
415, 417, 419 NICOLLET.
acre* of il.n loam linils splendUlU adapted to genoial farming stock raising, ddilngjind_tne"
We puichased all of the tt Paul &~ Duluth Rj land
RIOWIUK of xmull nulls and vegetables A puichase all of tn & t-au i
rint in this teirltorj and sell out lands without mineral or any other reservation Owning.these
funds, we can innLe the east, st t.inis and give 10 jtars' time These J'.nds are located in
PINE COUNTY, MINNESOTA
within I' miles of our big cities Taves are low, schools good and new roads are being rapidly
Constructed to all pnits of om lands
THIS IS WHAT YOU CA N DO
10 00 DOWN AND $10 00 A MONTH will buv 40 or SO acres of the best land for future ad
n of the Few Opportunities
for the man of limited meaus to be suro
of success is to buy 40 80 or 160 acres
of laud between St Paul, Minneapolis
and Duluth and Supeiior
I.n. -e 1n northwest, A *.4-l,.. nuf T.wl,m.i# cuf'^nlKnfa JWOMT AllV OlimPT Jl Tl tMDl(
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WATCH THE URINE.
Kidney diseases are not always pain
ful in the early stages. They frequent
ly gain ground before the victim knows
of their existence.
But an examination of the urine will
always tell of the existence of any
form of kidney trouble.
Allow a quantity of urine to stand
in the vessel for 24 hours. If any of
the following symptoms appear, the kid
neys are diseased:
Brick-dust sediment whitish, cloudv
or stringy settlement offensive odor
high reddish color, or verv pale, watery
appearance oily scum on the surface.
Other urinary symptoms are too free
or too scanty flow frequent desire to
urinate pain or scalding in passing.
a^dn soVto h?, l^de
Reduced railroaid rateu every day. Ourr men anfd teamSs tto
FARMER S LAN & CATTLE CO., Globe Bldg., ST. PAUL, MINN.
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stant backachethat dull, heavy throb,
which bothers you all day and prevents
Bonn 1 sleep at night.
Backache makes you fretful and nerv
ouskeeps you "on edge" all the
time. It carves plain lines in the face,
and ruins a cheerful disposition.
Don't mistake the cause of backache.
Overwork might tire your back, but
should not make it ache and pain and
throb. A man or woman with healthy
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Backache is kidney ache. I tells you
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of the kidneys, brought on by a cold, a
strain on the back, or perhaps some
other slight cause
The danger is that kidney congestion
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the blood-fllteung processes of the kid
neys that uric acid and other poisons
collect in the blood.
These poisons should pass off in the
urine, but instead are carried by the
blood to every part of the body and
cause painful and fatal diseases.
Health can only be restored by re
storing the kidneys to health. This can
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straighten because of the sharp twingesj -y^'
of pain .Tvhieh caught me, .Hearing, the
wondprful value of Doan's Kidney Pills,
I piocured them at the Voegeli Bros.'
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much good that I continued the treat
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If you wish to try Doan's Kidney
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THE DEM. PARTY
ITS POLICY ONE OF NEGATION
Iowa Congressman Says Democrats Can
not Be Credited With Originating a
Single Constructive Statute for Bet
terment or Promotion of Great Inter-
estsEnthusiastic Third Ward Rally
Held. One of the strongest republican cam
paign addresses delivered so far in
Hennepin county was that last night of
Congressman W. Hepburn of Iowa.
The address was delivered in the Third
Ward Republican wigwam, and under
auspices of the Third Ward Republican
club. The Roosevelt Marching club
escorted Mr. Hepburn from the Nicol
let hotel to the wigwam. E. H.
Chandler, president of the Third Ward
club, presided. On the platform also
were Loren Fletcher, D. Jones, J. G.
Lund, Major W. D. Hale, A. C. Loring,
Thomas Girling, C. G. Lavbourn, James
G. Houghton, John Goodspeed, Alder
man A. E. Merrill and Alderman
The meeting opened with short ad
dresses by Loren Fletcher, candidate for
congress D. Jones, candidate for
mayor J. G. Lund, candidate for the
Congressman Hepburn filled out the
rest of the evening's program. His
address was received with much ap
plause. The democratic party was
charged with opposing important needed
legislation and all reforms attempted
by republicans in congress.
"In the entire history of the demo
cratic party," said Mr. Hepburn, "it
cannot point to a single constructive
statute, a statute which tended to the
advancement of the nation along any
line, or to any statute for the uplifting
of the cause of humanity which is to the
credit of any democratic statesman, or
was enacted thru the agency of the
democratic party. It has always been
the party of negation and of opposi-
Mr. Hepburn spoke of the protective
tariff policy and how important it is
to the welfare of the country. Foreign
trade is important, but home trade is
more important. In 1860 the balance of
trade was abioad gold was going away
from this country quantity. The
home market is now the vastly greater
one. The home market is the one which
gives employment to the nation's labor.
And the more home manufacturies there
are, the more the home market in
creases, the greater becomes the de
mand for labor and the higher go
wages. In then speakig of labor, Mr.
The south has erroneous ideas of
labor. That people belong to the civil
ization which believes in the inequali
ties of man, believes there are casts
society and that capital should rule
labor. It is the greatest mistake that
has ever been made by civilized men
in an attempt to build a nation. I is
labor that has built up this continent.
It is labor that has built up the nation,
that has made this nation today the
first nation in the world."
Speaking of young men in politics,
"You will be called into political
activity because to an honest man there
is no such thing as mugwumpery.'
You cannot assume your responsibility
as a voter without uniting yourself with
a political party so that your political
power may be effective."
Congressman Hepburn will speak this
evening at the Fourth Ward wigwam.
ST. PAUL "LIT UP
Johnson and Winston Address Four
MeetingsDunn Speaks Twice.
John A. Johnson, democratic nominee
for governor, made a tiiumphant march
thru St. Paul last evening, addressing
a number of enthusiastic political gath
erings. Crowds packed the largest
halls of the first, third, fifth and ninth
wards. Hundreds of people had to be
turned away. F. G. Winston, demo
cratic nominee for lieutenant governor,
was given almost as hearty a greeting
at each meeting as was the head of the
ticket. The Johnson-Winston party
were taken from hall to hall in four
K. C. Dunn also spoke in St. Paul last
evening, but his meetings lacked the at
tendance and enthusiasm which marked
the Johnson gatherings. Dunn spoke
in a small hall in the eighth ward to
about 100 peopleall that could get
into the little apartment. In the sev
enth ward he spoke to about 200 people.
So far as the speeches of the two
candidates are concerned, each of them
followed the lines of the set speeches
which they have been making since the
campaign opened, Mr. Johnson in his
impressive, convincing and clean man
ner, and Mr. Dunn in his defensive at
GO IT "STRAIGHT'
Colored Orator from Louisiana Tells
Minnesotans How to Vote.
J. Madison Vance of Louisiana, an
eloquent colored orator, spoke in Union
temple last evening under the auspices
of the Afro-American Central Republi
can club. Mr. Vance is a leading col
ored lawyer of his state, attorney for
the Union Pacific road, and a member
of the Afro-American executive coun
cil. He advised general support of the
republican ticket, and the voting of
"straight" tickets. By splitting the
ticket, he explained, much harm was
Lennon and Ja. T. Mannixe leg
lative candidates, also made brief ad
STUDENTS GET FREE TRIPS
Expenses Paid f'r Them to Go Home
That Indiana republicans are making
a great effort to carry the _hoosier state
for the G. O. P., is now being brought
home to Minneapolis residents thru the
departure soon of a number of Indi
anians who are attending the Minnesota
state university, for their homes, to be
able to vote Nov. 8.
Thes students from hoosierdom have
received transportation to take them to
Indiana free, and some of them are
making no bones about telling the good
time visiting home they are going to
have at little or no expense to them
See Stockwell soonThat life insur-
anceThe Penn Mutual, Andrus Bldg.
Illinois Central Railroad
World's fair service to St. Louis be
tween Chicago and St. Louis, leaving
Chicago at 8:50 a.m., 12:04 p.im. 9:27
m. an 11:36 p.m. Dining, Buft'et
Sleeping and Free Reclining
Chair cars. Tickets to the fair at
greatly reduced rates. Ask for time
table and literature. A. H. Hanson,
G. P. A., Chicago.
Through Tourist Oars to California.
Two cars a week with choice of
routes and experienced conductors in
charge. The Minneapolis & St. Louis
railroad is the pioneer line and gives
best service. Get rates or berths at
424 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis.
Wednesday Evening, "y-^wW THE MINNEAPOLIS ^JOURNAL. jRSBPSf'fS!? November 2, 1904. '^^W^^WffWJ
Special One Day Sale
400 yards Arabian Net,
54 inches wide, regular
40c quality. Special,
one day, O SZr
Special lot of Oriental
Stripe Tapestry, regular
60c and 60c goods. Spe
cial one day, O C^,
100 pairs Scotch Lace
Net Curtains, regular
width and length, all
new patterns, regular
$2.50 curtains. Special
one day, d*l r? E
pair i *J
FAVORED SOME ONE
BUT NOT SETTLERS
DUNN'S UNFAIR HANDLING OF
STATE LAND SALES.
Instances Cited of Way in Which
Played Directly into Hands of Land
Sharks and Sold to Lowest Bidders
Shown by Record and Backed Up By
Still another case" illustrating R. C.
Dunn's methods ot conducting state
land sales is hrought up by the affida
vit of James H. King of FraZee.
Mr. King certifies that in 1901, he at
tended a state land saie in Fergus Falls,
conducted by Mr. Dunn He and
other farmers desired to bid on tracts
in a certain section, but Mr. Dunn re
fused to sell it by lots as the law re
quires, and put the whole section up for
one bid. One Michael Eichmiller bid
$8.50 an acie, the appraised price. Mr.
King and others bid it up to $10.50 an
acre, when they dropped out. Two men
bid it up to $13.50.
The records of the county auditor
now show that the tract was sold to
Eichmiller at $8.50.
Apparently the successful bidder
failed to plank down the purchase
price and Mr. Dunn put the tract up
again when the other bidders had gone,
knocking it down to Eichmiller at his
unopposed bid. The other bidders feel
that the whole transaction was un-just to
them as the real settlers, and also un
just to the state, for they were willing
to pay as high as $10.50 an acre. The
difference in price of $2 an acre meant
$1,045.50 to the state treasury.
There is a story of a piece with the
affidavits of the Crow Wing county
farmers, who bid up to $10.50 and $11
an acre, and lost it, to find afterward
that the successful bidders got the land
for $6 and $6.50 an acre. Similar tales
have come from other counties, showing
The Kentucky Belles will be the at
traction to play the fifty-sixth ladies'
matinee at the Dewey theater Friday.
The matinees have become very popular
40 Couch Covers, 60 inches wide, in rich Oriental patterns,
fringed all around, regular $6.00 covers. Special, d* Cfk
one day, each
80 pairs of Lace Curtains in Swiss, Point Brussels, Net Cord
ed Arabian and hand made Cluny Lace, all new styles 'regu
lar $9.00 curtains and are not shown at less. Spe
cial, one day, per pair
For Governor, I guess-
By a plurality of
LOO AT IT THIS WAY
Without a complete knowledge of Furniture you must necessarily lean to a great extent upon the 'say-so" of the
merchant. This being so, why not buy your furniture of us, where you are doubly protected by the quality of the
goods sold and the high reputation of the establishment? We do not dabble In cheap stuff. Quality is supreme.
that it was a frequent practice. I twas
a very easy matter for the "foxy"
buyer to spoil a sale by failing to pro
duce his advance money. The auditor
could not fail to see the obiect of such a
move, and should have checkmated it by
readvertising the lands, and holding an
other public sale. Instead, he played
right into the hands of the land men by
putting the tracts up again after the
rest had gone, permitting them to buy
the land at their own price.
Mr. Dunn has said that in handling
the state lands he has favored the set
tlers. Apparently he favored some one,
but it was not always the settlers.
Mr. King says in a letter to The
I wish to make this affidavit for
publication, to show that Dunn did not
favor settlers in land sales against non
residents, bankers, etc., as he claims in
his speeches and circulars mailed broad
cast over the state. The affidavit
shows that he ignored the wishes and
rights of the settler, who lived on a
forty-acre farm adjoining the school
section, and wished to Duy another
forty, or lot adjoining his land, and
have the benefit of longr time and low
interest on state sales.
Sofa Bed, $25.
$4.00 down and $1.00 per week.
Oak and mahogany finished frames, covered with good quality vclour, up-
holstered with moss best of steel springs makes a god sofa when d* T
closed and a full sized bed when open J^CA
The affidavit is as follows:
State of Minnesota, County of Becker, ss.
On this 28th day of October, 1904, be
fore me. a notary public in and for said
county, personally appeared James M.
King of the village of Frazee, Minn a
citizen who has resided here eighteen
years, well-known to me to be a person
of high character and integrity, and is
above suspicion as to truth and veracity,
who being sworn tays that he attended
the school land sale at Fergus Falls, in
Otter Tail county, the fall of 1901, for
the purpose of buying some of the for
ties and lots In section 36, township 137,
range 41 (Town of Candoi, Otter Tail
That the sale was conducted by C.
Dunn, in peison, as state auditor That
said affiant made the trip to sale some
ninety miles, by railway, at considerable
expense and loss of time, for the purpose
of securing some of the land, that he
watched the sale patiently all day until
near night, before the section was offered
for sale by che state auditor, who then
announced that the section would be sold
in a body as one tract, that he and two
other settlers who owned small farms ad-
Complete Hotel and Club Furnishers.
PIFTH STREET AND P1RST AVENUE SOUTH.
18 Egyptian Rugs size 3x5, regular price $7.50. d f\f\
tp-rtetJl/ 18 Smyrna Rugs size 4x7, regular price $10.00. d**7 C/l
joining this section, immediately objected!
and protested that it should be sold in for
ties and lots, as required by the statutes.
Mr. Dunn answered that it was too late
in the day to sell it in small tracts, and
called for bids on the section as a whole
that the first bid on said land was made
at $8.50 an acre by Michael Eichmiller, as
that was the appraised value of the sec
tion, and he made no other bid on the
section, that said affiant and others bid
up to $10 50 an acre, when he found that
his competitor was a banker living in
the city of Fergus Falls, Minn., and a
merchant of Luce, Minn and that l\e was
not able and prepared to bid more against
them, and was therefore compelled to
quit, that the banker and merchant bid
up to $13 50 an acre and the same being
sold to said banker at that price an acre
that the records of the county auditor
now show that the section was sold and
settled" for at $S 50 an acre fo Michael
Eichmiller bv Dunn. That the sec
tion contains 522.75 acres divided into
nine lots and four forties that Mr. Dunn
disregarded and violated the statutes, sec
tion 3988, which says: "State lands should
not be sold in larger tracts than quarter
sections", thai the sale of these lands was
against the interest of the adjoining set
tlers and in favor of bankers and mer
chants J M. King.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
28th day of October, 1104
Notary Public, Becker County, Minn.
Nervousness has been called "the
curse of the American people." We
live too fastbut that's why Ameri
cans succeed. The remedy is a good
tonic like Dr. Lauritzen's Malt Tonic
which assists digestion and furnishes
just the right nourishment for mind and
muscle. All druggists, or Lauritzen
Malt Co., 1900 Third street NE, Minne
Kentucky Belles at the Dewey Theater This Week.
at the Dewey, and the attendance has
increased to such an extent that the en
tire balcony has been reserved for the
fair sex, and before the season is over
$13 to St. Louis, Mo.
The Chicago Great Western will, on
every Monday and Tuesday in Novem
ber, sell coach excursion tickets to the
World's Fair at the above low rate for
the round trip. For further informa
tion apply to R. H. Heard, General
Agent, corner Nicollet avenue and
Fifth street, Minneapolis.
FIFTY-SIXTH LADIES' MATINEE AT THE DEWEY THEATER FRIDAY.
a special ladies' night, when smoking
will be prohibited, will be another fixed
Among the vaudeville numbers to be
seen witn the Kentucky Belles are Terry
Special One Day Sale
13 Kobe Rugs, size
27x64 jregular price $8.25
price *p^* \J\J
45 Smyrna Rugs, size
30x60 regular price $5.
price %p9J \J\I
13 Smyrna Rugs size 6x9, regular price $15.00. d## (\f\
16 Smyrna Rugs, wool faced size 9x12, regular dfjf\ f\f\
For Mayor, I guess-
By a plurality of
As a basis to work on, the vote of the election of 1902 Is here give a: Governor la 1902, Van Sant, Rep., 155,849 Rosing, Dem., 99,362 plurality, 56,487.
Mayor In 1902, Powers, 14,437 Haynes, 20,345 Haynes' plurality, 5,908.
9 Kobe Rugs, 3x5 reg
ular price d*A fkfk
$5 galeprxcev*Tr* 1/1/
S. & H.
75 Smyrna Rugs size
36x72 regular price $6
*p i ij\J
npi I 1/1/
MBS. BAKER TONIGHT
Her Second Recital Will Be "Much Ado
Mrs. Bertha Kunz Baker in the Stan
ley Hall Lyceum course, gives the sec
ond of a group of comedies tonight,
Much Ado About Nothing.'' The third
is Charles Reade's "Nance Oldfield,"
on the evening of Nov. 11. Ticket
holders Were greatly pleased
'Cyran de BergeracJ.,rhehwit
last week, and count tonight's recital an
expected treat. Mrs. Baker's work at
Stanley Hall is rare. The course on
American literature mornings for the
pupils, and on Browning at 4:15 p.m. for
ladies and gentlemen are enthusiastic
ally received. Single tickets to the lat
ter are on sale at the door.
All the seats on the ground floor of
the church are bought and reserved, but
since the course is long, there are al
ways ticketholders who are absent, and
their seats will not be held after 8:15,
when any one on ground floor who has
not so desirable a eeat nmy change.
30 to 40 per Cent Saved.
It is next to impossible when* we are
making thousands of blankets to have
them all come out perfect. Like all
human beings, we make mistakes, and
some blankets are not perfect. What
we lose you gain when you buy these.
It takes 30 to 40 per cent from the cost,
but you will get just as much satisfac
tion when you crawl in between them
as though they were the finest on the
market. From us to you. North Star
Woolen Mill Co., 28 So Second street,
Minneapolis, one block from Milwaukee
Before Going Away
Consult the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railroad agents about rates and ac-^
commodations. whether you are bound
for the world fair, California, Chicago
or elsewhere. I will pay you. Office,
424 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis.
Mrs. Charles Smith of Jimes, Ohio,
writes: I have used every remedy for'
sick headache I could hear of for the'*
past fifteen years, but Carter's Little^
Liver Pills did me more good than all
and Elmer and company, Reid and Gil
bert in travesty, the Three Brothers
Luigi, the smallest acrobats on earth,
and Aileene and Hamilton, novelty dmn
cers and singers.