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CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
..A Pleasant, Simple, but Safe and Ef
ll t'ectual Cure for It.
M? Catarrh of the stomach has long been
considered the next thing to incurable.
1 The usual symptoms are a full or bloat
fing sensation after eating, accompanied
sometimes with sour or watery risings,
gases, causing pressure
the heartofand lungs and difficult
breathing, headaohes, fickle appetite,
nervousness and a general played-out,
languide feeling.n Ther is ofte a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, and if the inte
rior of the stomach could be seen, it
.would show a slimy, inflamed condition.
The cure for this common and obsti
nate trouble is found in a treatment
which causes the food to be readily,
thoroughly digested before it has time
to ferment and irritate the delicate mu
t'cous surfaces of the stomach, To se
cure a prompt and healthy digestion is
the one necessary thing to do. and when
^normal digestion is secured the catarrh
a condition will have disappeared.
I According to Dr. Harlanson the safest
*and best treatment is to use after each
ijueal a tablet, composed of Diastase,
Aseptic Pepsin, a little Nux. Golden
!*Seal and fruit acids. These tablets can
fnow be found at all drugstores under
tb name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
land, not being patent medicine, can be
::used with perfect safety and assurance
I thai healthv appetite and thorough di
gestion will follow their regular use
Mr. E. S. Workman, Chicago, 111.,
?writes: "Catarrh is a local oondition
Iresulting from a neglected cold in the
-'head, whereby the lining membrane of
1 the* nose becomes inflamed and the poi
sonous discharge therefrom, passing
backward into the throat, reaches the
tstomach, this producing catarrh of the
stomach. Medical authorities pre
scribed for me for three years for ca
tarrh of stomach without cure, but to
day I am the happiest of men after
using only one box of Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets. I cannot find appropriate
words to express my good feeling. I
.have found flesh, appetite and sound
Jrest from their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
iiiafeet preparation as well as the sim
plest and most convenient remedy for
aaay form of indigestion, catarrh of
stomach, biliousness, sour stomach,
heartburn and bloating after meals.
(ORGANIZED IN 1886.)
Continues to furnish the same
efficient service that has
made the venture a
fi .._ __
ltiee and lowest rate*.
Picking by experienced men.
Boyd Transfer & storage Co., 46 so. 3m St
Telephones Main 656both exchanges.
Men's $i.5o Fur Band
Caps cut to
ny "'i- .wgyT'ygs v^j|M^
10 Friday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,
HAUGE LUTHERANS BUILD AT GRAFTON
New Church In the North Dakota Town Will Be Dedicated In the Spring.
Increase Acreage and Crop, Then
Accuse Government of At
tempting an Injury.
By W. W. Jermane.
Washington, Jan. 13.Southern cot
ton growers are saying uncomplimen
tary things about the federal govern
ment. They complain because cotton
statistics are made public, and seem to
think the government has some petty
spite against the south which it would
gratify by attempting to injure the
south/s principal industry. They for
get that cotton statistics are gathered
annually, as the result of a specific
clause the census law, inserted by
request of democratic congressmen from
Texas, and that the government has no
option either as to gathering this in
formation or as to making it public.
It happened this year that there was
a very large cotton crop, and that the
publication of the government estimates
sent the price of that staple down to a
figure which it had not reached for five
vears, but that was not the fault of the
government. The trouble was with the
cotton growers, who in spite of repeated
$4, $3.5o, $3 and $2.5o Trousers Cut to $i.95.
The End of the Season Clearance! Extraordinary Values!
1100 pairs, Worsted Trousers, Cassimere Trousers,
Cheviot Trousers, Tweed Trousers, Stripe Trousers,
Check Trousers, Light Trousers, Dark Trousers, Peg
Top Trousers, Regular Hip Trousers, Heavy Trousers,
Medium Weight Trousers, Trousers for tall men, short
men, stout men or lean men, all bunched
for clearance in any size for choice.
't-.","^'"^'^!'""'?"'' "'i? "4
warnings, refused to reduce the cot
No Parallel in North.
The prejudice of the cotton growers
against publicity would find a parallel
in the spring wheat belt of the north
west if the wheat growers were to com
bine in an effort to conceal knowledge
of -their acreage or yield. In other
words, if the wheat growers acted like
cotton growers, they would resist all ef
forts of the government, the millers,
the elevator men and others to secure
accurate data regarding the crop, and
would send up a mighty protest if these
data when finally secured were given
to the world. It' is easy to understand
that if this publicity does not injure
the wheat growers, it ought not to in
jure the cotton growers.
The chief trouble lies in the inability
of the cotton grower, by reason of his
ignorance of and unfamiliarity with
modern business methods, to protect
himself against the speculators. The
wheat- growers are fully able to with
stand the onslaughts of the speculative
markets, and to get for their crop the
highest market price. The cotton
grower is as helpless as a child in the
face of this opposition, and after he has
gathered his crop, the speculators have
him entirely at their mercy. Happily
for this country, there is no class of
people here corresponding with Edwin
Markham's "Man With a Hoe," but
the nearest approach, we have to that
individual is to be found in the cotton
belt of the southern states.
It is said by intelligent southerners
J. L. LYNCH, President.
J. F. NICHOLSON, Treasurer.
that the best men of the south are no
longer engaged exclusively in cotton
growing. They are in other lines of
productionsugar, rice, tobacco, thj
cereals or scientific dairying. When
they are exclusively farmers, they di
versify their crops'. To this class of
men the cotton situation of the pres
ent has no especial interest. The bulk
of that crop is raised by negroes and
the more ignorant whites, men who
know nothing beyond planting the seed
and gathering the ripe cotton.
For a number a ,yar an earnest
effort has been msTOe'-fO have the cot
ton growers reduce their acreage and
pay attention to other crops, but it
has been almost a total failure. At the
beginning of the last planting season
a concerted effort was made by the
intelligent agricultural element in the
DOUBLE AMOUNT S. & H. TRADING STAMPS SATURDAY IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
THIRD AND NICOLLET.
Any style suit, any style overcoat, any color suit, any
color overcoat, any weave in suits, any weave in over-
coats. It will be doing yourself an injustice not to
take advantage of this offer and you can rely upon
our word, the garments are worth to $18.00, all
bunched for free choosing, at
GEORGE E. CRIST, Vice President
A. M. NORDSTROM, Director.
The .75 Sale/a Grand Success.
south to secure an agreement among the
cotton growers that the acreage show
a specified decrease as compared with
the year before. It was thought at
last that this agreement had been
reached, but such was not the case.
It seemed that each ignorant planter
went home, saying to himself: "My
neighbors are to reduce their acreage
this year, and that will reduce the
crop and increase the price. I will
play a.cute trick and quietly increase
my acreage. That will give me the
benefit of the increased price and put
a snug sum into my pockets." And
he acted on that idea.
Year's Acreage Increased.
The agreement was ignored in almost
every case, and the 1904 cotton acre
age was considerably larger jthan that
7. L. DICKINSON, Secretary.
$18, $16, $i5, $i4 and $1 2 Suits or Overcoats for $9.75
Its importance cannot be overestimated. Values that give us absolute supremacy in clothes selling.
75c Unlaundered Shirts, 39c.
Our own unlaundered white shirts, open back or
front, 2,200 linen bosom and cuffs, cut 36 inches
long, all length sleeves, worth 75c, for 39c.
$1.00 Fancy Shirts, 59c*
Soft fancy negligee and 2,200 linen bosom laundered
white ghirts, worth $1.00, for 59c.
#1.25 Shirts now 89C.
Fancy madras and Oxford negligees, starched white
bosom shirts at 89c.
$i.5o and $2.00 Shirts at $1.19.
Includes every $1.50 fancy Bhirt we have, some $2
shirts and our own $1.50 white laundered ghirts,
for $1.19. fc^-^"
On Monday, Jan. 16th,
We will open temporary quarters at 623 and 625 Nicollet
Avenue (which we have leased from the New Store),
And Will Put on for Immediate Sale:
250 Rolls Carpet
THEY MUST BE CLOSED OUT QUICK
Entire new stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, DRAPERIES,
CROCKERY & STOVES will also be ready for inspection and sale.
This sale includes some damaged Drapery goods, also
Rugs, at prices that will sell every article quick.
Come early. Our usual termscash or payments.
623 and 625 Nicollet Avenue.
All Kinds, Conditions
of 1903. And when the government,
in pursuance to the requirements of the
law, ascertained that the crop was in
excess of that of the former year, and
published that fact, the planters acted
as if a malicious injury had been done
them by the government.
Truly, the cotton growers have a
oo deal to learn. It is a fortunate
for the northwest that the spring
wheat farmers are men of such probi
ty and intelligence as to prevent a year
ly repetition of what is coming io be
tne regular program in the south.
Southern members of the two houses
of congress do not uphold the claims
of their cotton constituents in the pres
ent controversy. They know very well
where the trouble lies, and that the
government, in collecting and publish
ing the data showing the size of the
Saturday, Last Day of Shirt Sale.
Men's $i.25 Arctics,
finest quality, cut to
Our Own Make Collars, 5c.
Any style and size, all the best shapes, for So.
Sword Brand Collars, 8lAC.
Wings, pokes, folds, wide stitched, any size, 8%c.
present crop, Is only carrying out
very plain requirement of the law.
SAMPLE OF AN INTELLIGENT OONVEXSA-
Olereland Plain Dealer.
"Are yon going away this winter
"TUen yoa mean to atay at homer*
"Yes," "Unless yoa go away 7"
The records of the day-deaths,
births, marriages, hotel arrivals, rail
road time tables, real estate transfers,
building permits and other information
of interestwill be found together with
want advertisements on page 20 of this
Any Size, Shapt
Sword Brand Cuffs, 8foC.
Links, reversibles, reversible links, square ends and
rounds, at 8lc.
2 5c Cuffs for 12ViC.
Just half price for this sale. Includes all the styles
shown, at, choice, 12V2C