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JACK PINE BOLTS
MAY BE SAVED
BIG SAWMILLS OP THE NORTH
If a Market Can Be Created, Settlers
Will Realize Thousands Upon Thou
sands from Timber Considered Worth
less, and the Mills Can Be Operated
for Indefinite Period.
Bemldjl Mlun Aug 30.If present experi-
ment undertaken by the big sawinHls of north-
ern Minnesota prove successful, the sawing life
of these mills will be prolonged an indefinite
period and thousands of dollars will be realized
fcy the settlers from timber now regarded as
practically -wortnless An attempt is being
made to utiliz Norwa and Jackpine bolts,
down to six feet in length In the manufacture
Of lumber The bolts will command a yrlce
If a market can be created for the manufac
ture of lumber from timbei of this length, the
6upply is almost inexhaustible and northern
Minnesota will be the haven for hundreds of
laborers who can handle the axe, while the
farmers will have an added income the year
The Backus-Brooks company has made ar-
rangement to build a spur south of Northome,
three and a half miles from the Minnesota &
International. It will also build two spurs out
of Mlzpah, one eight miles long and one three.
Saturday night all the steel for the
Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba railway will
he laid except four miles Chief Engineer
Stoner declares that the road will be ready
for traffic Sept 15.
K. E. Miller has purchased a sixteen-acre tract
at Stony Point on the northeast shore of Lake
Bemldjl, and will erect a summer hotel there.
The building will be ready for guests in the
spring dancing pavilion, water slide attd
Other attractions will be arranged.
Beltrami county has leceive from the state
65 284 40 for its smallpox claims of the past
FLAX FACTORY AT LE ROY
International Harvester Company Buys
the Crop Unthreshed.
LH ROY, MINX The International Harvest
er company has established a flax factory at this
place and Is buving flax -unthreshed, paying the
farmers $11.75 a ton.
The full corps of teachers in the public schools
has been selected as follows Hig school su-
perintendent, W. O Llppitt principal Flor
ence Oantieny, assistant Grace Cummens In
the grades Eighth Cmogene Bondr sixth
and seventh Coin Haiden fourth and fifth,
France Wallace second and third, Grace Hub-
bard, kindergarten. Lucy Clark. Th schools
will open ne\t Tuesda Th school board has
elected the following officers: S. Young,
president, A Palmer, secretary, and Dr.
Alter ten years successful Business In Le
Hoy, Deuel & Co have sold their hard
ware stock to Soper of Amery, Wis.
CAUGHT THEM REDHANDED
Fergus Falls Hunters Lose Guns and
Must Stand Trial.
FERGU S FALLS MIN N Deput Sheriff
Leonard captured Anton and Joseph Bulik and
Ed Aigner. on the flats northwest of here todav
Th three v-ere uuslly engaged in bunting uAicKs,
and their guns which were all double baireled
shotguns, were seized and will be sent to the
game and fish commission A thev v^ere across
the line in Wilki county when captuie they
will be taken to Breckenrldge for rial
Willia Burley, -nho conducts a hominy works
establishment was arrested today on the charge
of selling beer without a licence pleaded
guilty and was fined $50 and costs, amounting
in all to $58.
ADDITION TO SCHOOL
Dassel Has Spent $800 for More Boom
DASSEL, MfNN.An $800 addition to the pub
lic Bcbool building has been completed The
schools open next Tuesdaj with S Graves
as principal and the Misses Spear of St. Cloud.
Boo of Winona Weinsch of Morris and Ander
son of Iowa teachers
Meeker county will soon have a complete sys
te of rural dellvei service Plan are being
made ror it, and it will be in operation in
about three months
Ihe Great Northern is putting in two new
sidetracks here and otherwise enlarging its ship
ping and storing facilities at this point.
THREE NEW TEACHERS
St. Cloud Fills Vacancies for School
Opening on Tuesday.
8T. CLOUD, MINXThe public schools will
open Sept 4 Miss Marguerite Shotwell of Mln
neipoll has been elected teacher of the sKt
grnde, Washingto building, Mls i Maude Whea
ton of Elk River, teacher of Latin in the high
school, and O. M. King, teacher of manual train-
ing, to fill vacancies made In the summer
A term of district court is to be held at Sauk
Center on Oct. 10, Judg Searle. The
court will take up all legal matters pending In
western Stearns county,
Mrs A W Halllda of Itoyalton is very 111
with typhoid fever at Vancouver. B. C, where
she is visiting Mr Hollidaj principal of the
Itoyalton schools ha1} been summoned.
Mis Gertrude Sinker and Joseph Kemper, both
of Eas S Cloud, were manie today at St
Patrick' church in Benton county.
LODGES LIKELY TO MERGE
Union Arcanum Councils a Winona
WINONA, MINN An attempt is being made
to combine the Pioneer and Winona councils of
tn Roya Arcanum in this city C. O. Goss.
president of the Winona council, and J. I. Va
Vranken. secretary have resigned their offices,
there being great dissatisfaction In this lodge
over the recent Increase in rates The lodge
has accepted the resignations, but for the pres
ent has declined to elect their successors, and
they will serve for a little longer in the hone
that a union of the two councils may be ef
An exceptionally fine pearl wa found
George Monty while clammin in the Mississippi
river Just in front of this city above the North
western bridge. The pearl is a turtleback and
weighs thim seven grains Its colors being lav
ender and pink I is valued at $250 and has
been purchased bv A. C. Windau
NEW SCHOOL AT LA CRESCENT
''Antia" Lose and Court Authorizes
LA CRESCENT, MINNAt a meeting of the
school trustees of La Crescent, the antlschool
controversy was ended by the board authorizing
(ontracto BUnston to proceed with the con-
struction of the new ?8,70o high school Th
court holds the trustees were without author-
it in ordering the destruction of the old school
house, "but that they are not personally liable
an* will not have to bear the expense of re-
building should this be demanded The board's
action was authorized at a special village elec-
tion, hence is legal in the opinion of the court
The" old school building, which is practically
wreck will remain ns it is The antischoox
faction of the village, it is asserted, will
proceed against Conti actor BUnston of La Crosse
in an effort to put the expense of reconstruction
upon him Under the circumstances BUnston
may refuse to complete the contract for the
new schoolhouse until assured that no action
vlll be tafcen to hold him liable for the de-
structio of tn old one
KILLING: OFF THE MOOSE
Settler Tells of Slaughter hy Bed Lake
BEMIDJl MINNFrank Lyons, a settler
living on the Tamarac river, on the north-
faster shore of Upper Red lake, tells a remark-
able sior of the wholesale slaughter of moose
by the Indians on the Re Lak reservation, and
says that last week no less than eighteen of
the animals were killed by the red men
"Tni slaughter has been going on for some
time, said Mr. Lyons. "Hundreds of mooae
Lave been killed. Th Indians come down from
that portion of the reservation which borders on
the upper end of Red lake and hunt along the
shore of the Tamarack river, which in the
summer months is a favorate range for big
game The come In numbers and carry on a
pprsistent hunt for large animals, and at times
I have seen a dozen canoes pass my cabin on
the bank of the river.
"The fish and game commission shonld Inves-
tigat this matter at once and do as it did two
years agotak measures to prevent the killing
of moose by Indian except in the hunting sea-
son A the present rate of slaughter, moosa
will be driven from the woods of northern Min-
nesot a within a very few years.
IS THERE GRAFT
STARTLING SUBJECT BEFORE THE
Fraternal Insurance Orders 'Will Hold
Annual Meeting at Cedar Rapids on
Sept. 12Denison, an Attorney, to
Probe a Moving Question of Public
Special to The Journal.
Iowa Falls, Iowa, Aug. 30."Is There Graft
in Fraternalism? is the sensational subject as-
signed John Denison, Jr., an attorney who
will speak at the annual meeting of the Iow a
Tratema congress which meets Sept. 12. The
congies was formed for the purpose of uniting
the several beneficiary societies of the state
It includes fifteen fraternal insurance orders.
The meeting this year will he held at Cedar
Th first man who carried the battleflag of
the Firs Iow a infantry in the civil war has
been found after a diligent search by the sur-
vivors of this regiment. I is learned tha
Jess Jerom Norton enlisted in Company .C at
Atlissa Iowa, at the outbreak of the war, and1
carried -the flag of the Firs Iowa at Wilson's
Creek, altho the banner was cut by forty-tw
bullets and Norton himself wounded
Divorced a year ago, Mr. and, Mrs. Newto
Va Zundt, well known in this part of the
state were recently remarried in Chicago. Mr.
Va Zandt represented a wholesale music house
and made his headquarters at Marshalltown, and*
Mrs Van Zandt was a GiOndy Center girl
Fathe Barrows, a well-know pioneer of this
part of Io.va, died in Oklahoma last week and
his remains were brought to the old home in
Dow for interment
One hundred and eight yoke of oxen hitched'
to a mammoth dredge are at work in Wrigh
county, where a big drainage ditch has jus
been commenced Th dredge Is a monster
affair, having filled three railroad ears in tran-
sit and requiring thirty-nine loads to transfer
it to the opening of the proposed ditch. The
dredge was set up this week and the first work
done on o. waters a _.a will drain thousands
of acres in northern Iowa.
BULLET IN THE VERTEBRA
Skiagraphs Reveal Location of Missile
that May Kill Mrs. Jones.
IOWA CITY, IOWA.A bullet buried in the
bacK of Mrs Ell Vene Jones -when she -was
shot by her husband weeks ago, was revealed
today thm the medium of skiagraphs. Tue&e
were taken by Drs. Hazard and Bywater of the
University of Iowa and L. W. Struble of West
Liberty The leaden pellet which paralyzed het
and threatens her with death lies in the fourth
dorsal vertebra, an inch below the surface.
Secretary W J. McChesney today sent to A.
Davison, secretary of the Iowa state execu
tive council, a statement covering the receipts
and expenditures of the university during the
biennial period closed June 30 1005
Th receipts for the tw ?"ears were shown
to be $850,343 73 The expenditures were $880,
The institution had on hand at the close of
the biennlum just $8,876 53
The expenditures of the two years embrace
$44,125 65 for land and $304 604 60 for build-
irgs The latter include two medical buildings,
a gymnasium and armory and the starting of a
Hal of Science, an engineering building and a
dam over the Iow a river
IOWA BOY KI-XED
His Sister Also Badly Injured in Crash
of Engine and Buggy.
AKRON IOWA.Elme and Elm Putnam
aged 12 and 14 years, children of Mr. and Mrs.
George Putnam vthlle driving In a single buggy
were hit by a Milwaukee & St Paul passenger
train one mile south of Chatsworth vesterda
The boy was killed and the girl badly inlured.
MILFORD IOWA.Th Mllford Woman'
club will begin the work of .the year with a
meeting next Tuesday at the home of Mrs W
Minor The club will take up the study of
American art, history and literature The offi
cers are Mrs. Myrllla Dash, president, Mrs.
Eugene Coldren, vice president, Mrs Ada Dewey,
secretary, and Mrs. Jennie Plllsbury, treasurer.
WINNERS OF CERTIFICATES
List of Teachers Who Passed Examina
tions at Moorhead.
M00RHEAD, MINN.ThefollowingIs a Hat
of those who secured certificates at the teach
ers' examinations held at Moorhead*
Firs GradeWillia D. Frederickson, Mrs.
Julia Hanrahan and Mary McCarthy.
Second GradeMary C. Amundsoiw Ira Ander-
son, Maym Bartholemew Earl M. Beebe, Susa
E. Berres, Juli a K. Bentley Adeline Brewster,
Emm a Carlson, Clara Fischer, Edith Glais-
3er, Ruth Hutchinson, Ell a L. Johnson. Louis**
Johnson, Nelli Livdahl, Mary Langerud, Haze
La Lone, Helen C. Miller, Clara Midgarden,
Winnifred O'Donnell, Sue O'Laughlin, Mae
O'Laugblln, Nettl E Quane, Clara Schoeppach,
Dora Solberg, George W Skinner, Henry Sorvlg,
Mae Stevens, Gertrude Stetson, A. Ethe Talnter,
Anna S Wlprud and Clara N Wlger
Conditioned Second GradeEmma N BJerke,
Selma Brokke, Mrs Angl Evans Christine
Huseby, Mabellne Huntley Jeannett McDonell
and Clara M. Nelson.
Limite Second Grade ^Lillian Bennett So-
phia E. Bekkerus, Lulu JFitzsimmOns. Clara M.
Hanson, Mathilda Holsing, Alma Herseth, Mabel
Jackson, Marie Kingsley Lendra Lee, Edit
Lehman. Isabel McCulloch, Nelli McGfll. Ma-
thilda Rost, Clara Sfaranz, Edit Scott, Benja
mi Tillotson, Sophia Thompson and Albert
EVELETH, MINN.John Hildebrand, a
miner, lost footing while working at the
surface of the shaft at the new Balti mine,
OJid Cell two lengrtns. or about twent
feet, sustainingladder Injuries that may prove fataly.
la 36 and unmarried.
STILLWATER MINN Samuel Gbatterton, an
old resident, is in a seiiou condition as the re
sult of btln overcome by heat.Th Washingto
County Agricultural society has invited Governor
Johnson to deliver an address at the opening on
JANESVLLLE, MINN.Toda is Janesvill
day at the Wasec a street fair, about seventy
five persons from here attending The Janes-
ville band helped to furnish the music.Whea
is averaging twenty-flve bushels to the acre.
PERHAM MINN.Th $15,000 worth of 5
per cent bonds, which Perham issued for a new
hall and extending the water mains were sold
yesterday to E Magra of St Pau at a
premium of $375.
HASTINGS MINN.Chaile S. Lowell and
Miss Dora M. Paike were married at the home
of the bride's parents today, Rev. D. Brown
officiating. Miss Edith L. I'eck of Minneapo-
li was maid of honor and Jame Tucker
of St. Paul best man. Guests and invited friends
to the number of about two hundred were pres-
LANESBORO MINN.Georg How Sinclair
of Duluth and Miss Therisa Sackett one of
Lahesboro's popular young ladies, were married
at the home of the bride's parents.
MONTICELLO. MIN N Harr Baile and
Pearl Heath both of Monticello, were married
yesterday at Buffalo
HURON S. D.J W Butterfleld, a well
known commercial traveler, and Viola Cook, both
of this city were married at the home of Asher
Pa by Rev Fre W Long of the Congre-
IOW A CITY, IOW A A -wedding ..tnat sur-
prised the friends of the principals was per-
formed here Tuesda night when Keen Ab-
bott and Miss Slabel A. Rundell were married
by Rev Elinor Gordon of De Moines. The
bridegroom is a former and the bride a present
member of the Universit of Iow a faculty The
bridegroom is now literary editor of the Omaha
ST. CLOUD, MINN Word has been received
of the death at Seattle of Mrs. Fee. who for
many years liven on a farm near Lonie Late in
Haven She was 64.Michael Brandley, who
bad lived over forty years in Benton county and
in the early days served as sheriff, died at
his home in Mi3soula, Mcnt. was 86 and is
survived by six children.
HASTINGS MINN.Gilber L. Chapin died at
his home today from tuberculosis, aged 21
was the only son of Dr. and Mrs. N Chapin,
and returned from Los Vegas N M-, but a few
days ago. was one of Hasttncs moat popu
lar young men
MONTICELLO, MINN.Lyma McAllister,
fonnerl of this place, died of Heart disease
at his home in Minneapolis, and was buried to
day at Bi Lake, several of his relatives from
the city being present. left a wife two
sons and a daughter.
41110^1 Wednesday Evening, '^^44^Sf*lTHE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
DAY IN CONTROL
TOMLINSON SELLS HIS INTER-
ESTS TO HIS PARTNER.
Sioux Falls Paper Sold for the Highest
Price Ever Paid for a Newspaper
Property in South DakotaEmphatic
Denial of Report that Eittredge
Special to The Journal.
Sioux Falls, S D., Aug. 30At intervals the
past ear rumors of the sale of the Sioux
Falls Daily Argus Lr ader have been in circula
tion in Sioux Falls and thruout the state, and
that the sale was likely to take place.
the plant, his interests having been acquired
by Charles M. Day Willia T. Moore, Clara
V. Lloj and Annie L. Day The purchasers
have lncoiporated under the name of the Argus-
Leader company, which has a paid in capital
Mr Dav who was for many years the part-
ner of Mr. Tomlinson, has a contiollin interest
in the new company. The plant bi ought the
highest price ever paid for a newspaper property
in the state Mr. Day is one of the best
newspaper men in South Dakota, is a forceful
editorial writer and is personally popular.
has been conuected with the Argus-Leader for
more than nineteen years. came to Sioux
Fall ten days after completing his college
course, and has been actively connected with
the paper since that time In 1889 Mr. Tom-
linson and Mr. Day, as equal partners, pu%
chased the Argus-Leader of the Goddard broth-
ers. This partnership existed up to this time
Rumors to the effect that Senator Kittredg
had an interest in the paper under the new
management have been in circulation for some
time These are today denied by the Argus
.Leader in the following emphatic language
"In view of the gossip which has been going
the rounds of the state for the last few months,
we deem it proper to say that Senator A
Iv-ittredge na not a dollar worth of stock in
the new company, Indirectly,
that the same appliedlreetltheomen to prominentann i
the affairs of the state organization in South
Dakota. The incorporators named are the own
ers of all the stock."
Judge Carland of the United States court has
imposed a fine of $50 upon Clinton M. Burger
of Mngsbury county, who pleaded guilty to an
indictment charging him with having violated
the provisions of the Lacey act. otherwise Jcnown
as the national game law shipping game
out of the state
Burger was indicted some time ago by a
federal grand Jury under the name of C.
Brooks, the name used by him in making the
shipment. The shipment contained fifty prairie
chickens and was made Dec. 3 of last year
from Manchester by express.
Burger was remanded to the county jail in
this city pending the payment of the fine.
has relatives in Kingsbury county, and hopes to
secure from them the necessary sum to pay his
STREET RAILWAY SYSTEM
Aberdeen Men Organize a Company and
Will Ask for Franchise.
ABERDEEN S. S. H. Jumper. Willia
Wallace A Wltte W Zietlow, C. F.
Easton, F. McAithur and N Ileueid have
Incorporated the Aberdeen Street Railwa com
pany, which is organized for the puipose of es
tablishing street railways In Aberdeen The
present plans contemplate only the construction
of lines from the corporate limits at North Main
street south to Twelfth avenue, thence east
to Kline street, thence north on Kline street
to Second avenue to Pennsylvani a street, thence
north on Penns i lvania street to First avenue
thence west on Firs avenue to Main street The
length of the proposed line Is four miles, and
the company expects to commence work as soon
as spring opens ne\t ear, provided the necessary
franchise Is obtained from the city council.
C. Giddlngs of Aberdeen shinned a car
load of wheat to Minneapolis which graded No 1
northern and topped the market on the day
it was received, bringing $1.03
In a tennis contest between Aberdeen and Ips
wltc players Ipswich wo the doubles Bar
ret and Jeffries, Ipswich, defeating Goodfellow
and Schlneter, Aberdeen, 6 4, 6-1 Ale George,
Sr., and Ale George, Jr, Aberdeen, defeated
Engler and Sheran, Ipswich 6-2, 6-1, and Bar
ret and Jeffries, Ipswich, defeated George and
George, Aberdeeen, 6-8, 6-1, 6-3.
The Investigation of the remains of Harold
Treeman, a boy who died In Walwort countv
in Augus 10O4, and concerning whose death
many rumors lon play nad "been circulated,
revealed that his death was due solely to natur
al causes. The hoy's bodv was disinterred and
taken to Chicago for analysis, in order to se4
at rest the disquieting rumors that had been
circulated .or to bring the guilty persons to
Justice if thci proved to be foundation for the
allegation of foul nlav
Professor E Todd of Vermillion, state ge
ologist, has made an examination of the two
new artesian wells here and reports the pressure
in both to be 240 pounds to the square inch.
was inclined to be somewhat Skeptical of the
reports of the great power of the wells which
had been sent out from Aberdeen, but after
the test stated they had a greater pressure
than any other artesian wells in the world.
Albert Yardley, a Standing Rock Indian, has
been brought to Aberdeen for safe keeping by
John Koch, sheriff of Walwort county. Yard-
le is wanted for stealing a horse at Evarts
Tw separators belonging to A. Lindstrom of
Aberdeen caugrht fire in the harvest field from
sparks from the threshing engine and were
burned. The loss Is placed at $500.
The Aberdeen citv schools will begin the
fall term on next Monday. The enrollment In
the high school will reach 290, the largest In the
city's history, while the total enrollment will be
over 1,300. Thirty-six teachers are employed.
OIL BUBBLES FROM GROUND
Experts at Work at PierreProspects
for Well Good.
PIERRE, S. D.Two oil experts and H. D.tuildlng
Jenning and S. G. Trine yesterday visited the
land owned by these men on the west side of
the river, a short distance from Fort Pierre.
Whil on the trip they discovered two places
at the foot of the bluff near the wate i edge
where an oUy substance was bubbling from the
giound, and the experts declared both to be oil
springs. A a proof of their assertions, a flams
was applied, and at both placeB the flow burned
freely. Thes finds have greatly strengthened
the belief in the finding of oil here, and the
prospects of a contract for a well are bright.
The superintendent of census has gone over
the figures from all the counties, and will
probabjy have a state list completed in ten
days The appropriation for the work has been
exhausted, and ih rest of it must be done by
the regular office force. The report must b
published not later than November 1, and it
will likely be out on time The last county to
be finished was Jerauld, which has a population
of 3,587, a gain of 760. Wessingto Springs
has 722, a gain of 402, and Alpen a 341, a
gain of 188.
Miner county has 6,268, a gain of 404 Car-
thag has 370, Canova 239, Howar 705 and
Spluk county has 11,041, a gain of 1,554.
Redfleld has 1,391, As ton 331, Conde 282, Do-
land 350, Frankfort 313, Mellett 402 and North
Sully county has 1,479, a loss of 236.
Yankton county has 12,431, a loss of 193.
Yankton city" has 4.189, a gain of 64 Volin
has 245, Gayville 291 and Lestervill 255.
The final total figures of state valuations did
not reach the estimated figures, the total being
$219 647 674, an Increase of $6,002,000 over last
MILBANK, S. DThe schools will open on
Monday with the following'teachers: Superin
tendent, S K. Clark first assistant, Allis Mul
ligan second assistant, Lincoln Schafer eighth
grade, Louise Siede seventh. Mrs. S. K.
Clark, slxtn Ad a 1'omans, fifth, Ciella Van
dervort fourth, Agnes Lockhart third, Anna
Beeves second, Florence Elliott first, Maggi
BISSETON, S. D.Extensiv arrangements
are being made for the Roberts countv fair to
be held in this city Sept 20 21 tnd 22 The
association race meet takes place at the same
time and the liberal purses hung up are sure to
attract many of the best speeders in the coun
SIOU FALLS S. D.Th SiouT. Indians be
longing on the Lower Brule and Rosebud reser
vation are making? elaborate preparations for a
grand celebration and race meet which is
to be held at Edna, a central point between their
reservations, this week.
HURON, S. D.Aug Baum of Cavour was held
up at night by two men and robbed of $200 in
cash and several articles of value. Sheriff
Young has arrested two believed to be Impli
cated in the holdup and has them in custody
MILLER, S. D.Under the direction of C. L.
Ostrander, Hand county is arranging a big ex
hibit of products for the state fair at Huron.
CARVER, MINN.Clarence E. Funk and
Sarah J. Johnson, both of Carver, were united
in marriage today by Rev. A. W. Benson.
CABIN OF SETTLER
i WAS BLOWN UP
WELFELT WOULD BE DEAD HAD
HE NOTMOVED HIS BED.
for some weeks it has been an open secret 5 whether he is guiltj Some other person with
Official announcement was made today of the
sale of the interests of Tomlinson, Jr., in
Explosion of Dynamite Is Heard for
Two Miles, but the Sleeper in the
House Was Not InjuredArrest of a
Suspect with Whom He Had Had
Special to The Journal.
Butte, Mont., Aug. 30.Altho Peter Walsh is
in the county jail chuiged with blowing up the
cabin 'occupied by Joseph" Welfelt yesterday,
there is -some doube in official circles as to
a real or imaginary motive for the act may
have used the dynamite.
Th powder was placed near the southwes
corner of the building and the explosion scat-
tered that portion of the cabin, overturning
everything in it The fact that" Welfel was
bleeping in the opposite corner saved his life
was not injured. moved his bed from
the corner where the explosion occurred several
The explosion was plainly heard in a radius
of two miles and alarmed everybody in the
Apparently the only reason for suspecting
Wals is that he and Welfel had some trouble
several weeks ago and were brought up before
a police judge and fined for a disturbance.
TO LEAVE FORT KEOGH
Troop I of Sixth Cavalry Transferred
to Fort Yellowstone.
FOR KEOGH, MONT.Orders have been Is
sued transfenin Tioop I Sixth cavalry, from
Fort Keogh, Mont to Fort Yellow stone, Wyo
Th troop will leave Sept 10 and sto to Fort
Yellowston by rail. Troop I will leave its
horses at Fort Keogh for the Second cavalrv.
which will succeed it at that post apd take over
the horses of the Third cavalry, now in the
Philippines -which are at For Yellowstone
FARGO'S DAY AT
NEW STATE FAIR
EXHIBIT OPENED AT GRAND
FORKS BY THE GOVERNOR.
Fargoans Journey to the Up-River City
and Start Movement for a Bra
Better Feeling Between Rival Towns
President Hill on Speaking Pro
Special to The Journal.
Grand Forks, N Aug. 30 Nort Dakota'
first state fair under the new arrangement which
gives it to Grand Torks and Farg alternate
years, was formally opened yesterday afternoon
by Governor Sarles TV bo took occasion to con-
gratulat the on the completeness
of the exhibitsmanagemen and to predict the greatest suc
Mayor George Duis responded in behalf of the
city and the association and without farther
ceremony the big fair was opened. Most of
the politicians of the state have engaged quar-
ters here and there will be several conferences
Special to The Journal.
Fargo, N. D., Aug 30.A special train bear-
in several hundred Pargoans, the Nort Da-
kota state band, the Fargo league ball team
and the Fargo Ligh infantry, said to be the
most juvenile military organization in the Unite
States left this morning for Grand Forks to
represent this city at the Fargo Da at the state
The fact that Presiden Hil of the Great
Northern will speak at Grand Forks today at-
tracte some who would not have gone other-
Th Idea of Farg originated, with, the
Comme-cial, club, hereDaand has been fostered
by that organization and Is having the effect
M(( o( ._f. _,^+h
^the two cities and creating abetter feeling,
NEW STATION FOB FAEGO
Great Erect Northern Road Will
FARGO, N D.Afte long years of waiting
Farg is to have a new Groat Northern station.
Th building was positively promised Mayor
Wal at a recent confeience with the officials
in St Paul. It will be erected this fall at a
cost of $50,000.
The company erected a frame structure when
the road was first completed* thru this part
of the valley and ih ancient building has done
duty ever since, a disgrace to both the city
and the company. One cause of the delay in
a new station was the agitation lor a union
station with the Northern Pacific, which has an
elegant structure. Fargoans were not enthu
siastic over the idea as they felt that stations
on opposite sides of the city would cause It
to grow more rapidly.
That the Soo may come into Fargo sooner
than expected by seeming permission to use
the Northern Pacific tracks from Detroit, Minn.,
is another rumor current here. The gossip is
persistent, but no confirmation can be secured
of Laurltzen Fergu
toThe entefailuroe Int a contract witBros theogovernmentFallr fo
the erection the the Farg public
hasocausedaddition a rejectioon of all bids and
tied up the improvements for months.
George E. Spear, expert billlardlst, Is giving
exhibitions heie this week and will meet ail
Do you know what it means
when your baby's cry is fretful
or peevish? What is threatened
when the child holds its thumbs
tightly in the palms of the
hands? Do you know wha,t
picking the nose indicates?
What kind of a cough betrays
Croup? How the breathing
sounds in Bronchitis?
These and many other things
are explained in our book,
"THE CARE OF THE BABY,"
which is yours for the asking.
The "book alsp tells about
Baby's Own Tablets.
which every prudent mother
will keep on hand for emergen
cies that are sure to arise.
Their action is thorough but
gentle. They clear away all
offending materials, reduce fe
ver, break up cold, relieve
croup, expel worms, check diar
rhoea andjsweeten the stomach.
Mrs. J. M. Anderson. 4010 Frank
lin street, Omaha, Net., says, I
must saythat in my estimation Baby's
Own Tablets are all you claim for
them. I would not be without them."
If your druggist does not
keep Baby's Own Tablets we
will send you a box by mail,
postpaid, on receipt of 25 cents.
DR, WILLIAM S MEDICINE CO.,-
Schenectady, N Y.
GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED IN
new and second hand office, store, bank. drug,
cigar and brand new bar fixtures.
We" call attention especially to the large
stock of sample show cases bought from L.
Paulle at a big discount for cash. Intending
buyers should get our prices before going else
Have an enormous stock of safes, all sizes
DeskB, chairs, tables.
Scales, window display fixtures, dummy
models, mirrors, show cases, wall cases, office
Twin City Fixture Co..
223 3d st S.
GREAT PIANO SALEOUR ANNUAL MID.
summer sale of pianos is now in full blast.
Th greatest piano Bale ever held in Minne-
AU makes for sale, rent, repaired, exchanged
Louis Do Co.,
William Standerd Visible Typewriter
838-340 Minnesota st, St. Paul
DO YOTJ WANT TO KNOW 80METHINO
about my business I loan the most, charge the
least on diamonds, watches, furs, clothing,
musical instruments also large stock of un
claimed goods for sale. Wolfson's loan office,
108 Washington av S.
LUMBER, NEW AND OLD SHINGLES, DOORS
and windows very cheap get our estimates
and save money, N W Lumber Wreckin
Co. Yards. 8th and JL4th av S, Washingto
and 10th ava N Office. 319 Hennepin av.
FOR SALESOME ARTICLE S OF FU-NI-
ture also three Wilto velvet rugs, two-toned
green and one of oriental pattern all used
only a short time and as good as new Call
at 1015 9th av S before Thursday noon.
W do the beBt rough-dry laundry work In
the city ring us up on either phone and our
wagon will call
Custom Laundry, 112 6th S
GA S STOVES, TJP GAS RANGE S (ALL
makes) $5 up bed spiings 50c up mat
tresses, 50c up electil motor, gasolene en-
gine, bicycles, $2.50 up special discount this
week Modern Mart, 55-57 10th S.
FOR SALENE W AN SECOND HAND BLL
lard and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds
easy payments send for catalogue and* price
list. The Brunswick. Balke Collender Co.,
426 and 428 3d S. Minneapolis.
FINE DROPHEA SINGER $18: DROPHEA
Automatic $20 Domestic $12 Standard. $12
Wheeler.Wilson $12, White $5 Singer. $d.
Repair all makes Removed from 1s av S to
925 Nicolle av Dttseide
FOR SALEREVOLVIN DOOR I N GOOD
condition also counter and glass show caseb,
for further Information see Mr. George Loudon,
superintendent Wfh Donaldson Co., Glas
PIANOA VERY FINE GABLER PIANO,
large sue, excellent condition, only $175: this
piano must be seen to be appreciated. S. W.
Raudenbush & Co., 70 3 Nicollet.
GAS RANGE COAL HEATER IRO N BEDS
Guruy ^efiigerator, household goods, etc.
apply evenings after 6 p.m. 2 2 Grove st,
BI SEWIN MACHIN E BARGAINS $60 LAT
es drophead Singei only $17 50 drophead $10
Vrliite, 57 75 fainger, S4 75 warranted Elmer,
710 1st av S
FOR aUICK MEAL STEEL RANGES, QUICK
Meal, Garland, Reliable and Jewel gas ranges,
Chicago clothes dryers, C. Herbert Smith, 424
FOR SAL E OR RENT10 0 KNIVES E0RKS
and plates, very common and very cheap, suit-
able for state fair. W E Richmond, 72
WOODDRY $2.50 AN $2.75 GREEN $1.50
to $2.25 factory x\ ood, drj $2 50 Plymouth
Lumber Co., 237 Hennepin. Main 3840-Ll. T.
HALLW00D- CAS REGISTERS
Fine line of total adding and strip printing
registers also second-hand registers. 221 3d
TENT S FOR RENT
American Ten & Awnin Ca.,
125-127-120 1st av N. Minneapolis. Minn.
HALL' S SAFES NEW AN SECOND-HAND
largest stock in the northwest. J. J. Derlght
& Co 318 2d av S. Tel., Ma!= 3121.
THE EXCHANGE STORE'S PRICES ARE 1E
lowest on new and second-hand furniture, or
we exchange with you. 117 5th 8.
FOR SALECHEAP SHELVINOS TABLE S
and large heating stove must be removed at
once. Call at 403 Central av.
SQUAR E PIANO COST $650 FIRST-CLAS S
condition moving into flat so will sell for $50.
FOR SALEFIN E MINK-LINE COAT, OOOD
size, used only a few times owner going
south. 7010, Journal.
THE MAPL E LEA FURNITURE STORE 919
Washingto av S, buys and sells all kinds of
WE CAN SAVE YOU HONEY ON A PIANO.
M. Schulz Co., wholesale warerooms 716-718
1st av S.
WE HAVE A FEW ODD STEEL RANGES WE
are selling very cheap. Brand Stove Co., 330
4th av S.
FOR SALETWO LARGE COFFEE URNS IN
good condition at Regan's Restaurant, 5C
FOR SALECHEAP, OAS FIXTURES, OOM
plete for 8-room house. Call at 3017 Irving
HOUSEHOL FURNITURE FOR SAL E CHEAP
stove, sideboard, china, etc 415 E 27th st
OFFICE FURNITURE REPAIRED AN RE
flnished. American Desk Co.. 2 3d 8
FOR SALEON E SMIT PREMIER ON E
Remington, cheap^ Call 416 3d HV S.
WANTED SECONDHAN FURNITURE
stoves, store and office fixtures pay Jnore than
local deftlers. 417 Was av S T. C. 2817.
DERRICKSTIF LEG OR BOOM, ABOU 5
tons capacity must be in good condition. To-
basco Plantatlo Co 14 Lumber Exchange,
WIL SEL TtOJTTt. PROPERTY SEN DE
8criptlon and price. Dhepard. Bank Commerce.
WANT TO BUY FAIRLY LARGE FIREPROOF
safe. Address 103 1st av N.
WANTED TO RENT
HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT I
make a tpeclalt o rentln and taking
9 care all kinds of property, managing
estates etc I can save you money.
Walter L. Badger, 800 Oneida Bldg.
O O O O O O OOP O OOOOO ooooo
WAVTED^BY^YOUNG MAN WEL FUR
nlshcd front room, modern prefer South Min-
neapolis and within walking distance from
4th and Nicollet. Address J. R., 605
W E WIL GIV E CAREFU PERSONA AT
tention to properties left with us for rental
also do general real estate loan and insur-
ance business. Bruner & Fifield, 827 Andras
W E HAVE GOOD TENANT S FOR MODER N
houBes in all parts of the city Lis houses
Thorpe Bros Andrus Building
GENTLEMA N WANTS ONE MEDIUM-SIZE
room, unfurnished, walking distance steady
if satisfactory will pay $5 per month ref-
erence if wanted 7100 Journal.
YOUN LAD WANTS ROOM WITH ALCOVE
for light housekeeping In modern house two
south windows employed during day refer
ence glyen 6890, Journal.
WANTEDDESIRABL E LIGH ROOK, EITH
er furnished or unfurnished, near public
library. Stat price and privileges allowed
Address 6849, Journal.
WANTEDPLEASAN SMALL FURNISHED
room, steam heated, second floor, between Nle-
ollet and 3d ay, from 17th to 81st sts S. Ad
dres 7046, Journal.
WANTED SEPT. 1FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED
fiat, steam heated must be within walking
distance of Lumber Exchange. Address 641
WANTED SMALL UNFURNISHED FLAT,
modern except heat by gentleman, be sure
to state conveniences, location and price. 7014,
WAN FURNISHED FLATS AN HOUSES
Good clients waiting
Hanford Renta Agency Ban of Commerce.
WANTEDF__I THREE ROOMS WITH
bath mist be in walking distance. Address,
stating price, 6987, Journal.
WANTED-rSIX OR EIGH ftOOM FURNISHED
house or flat for winter southeas preferred
no children. 6961, Journal.
WANTEDGOO MODER N HOUS E OCX.
1 will not pay more than $20 per month. 6812,'
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
200 head of first-class drivers, delivery and
general purpose horses left over from our
government contract will be sold at once re
gardless of cost or value. These horses are all
sound and young. If you want a bargain come
Immediately. Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway
Horse Market. St. Paul.
ONE FINE BROUGHAM THIS CARRIAGE
has been used but little and is in first class
condition come and see it. I will give you
a great bargain. Also a rubber-tired run
about and a line trap, and two top buggies,
1 two-seated runabout wagon all these riga
are as good as new. A. 0. Atkinson. 69 12th
apolla, 200 fine pianos going at about hall .S-. _*,
their talue. Upright pianos at $80, 90. $100.
9110, $115. Now is the time of times to make
great savings on fine pianos. A $350 Brink
erhoff piano for $215 $450 Braumuller piano
for $205 $500 Sohmer piano for $190 $400
Kohler & Campbell for $235 $475 Bebning
piano for $280, $400 Sterling piano for $226.
Terms down to $5, $6, $7 a month. Call or
write at once. Foster & Waldo. 36 5th st S,
corner Nicollet av.
HABMBSandAMD- Baddies.B Just?B receivedSTOCK Including new sec
ond hand must he Bold 300 genuine rubber*
trimmed Ka buggy harness, (10.07, worth
$20. Midwa Harnes Co., 1960 University av,
opposite horse market See our exhibit, Manu-
facturers* building, state fair.
600 TO 1,000 HEAD OF AL CLASSES OR
horses constantly on hand. W are the larg
es dealers in horses and mules in this coun
try. If you are in need of anything In the
horse line come to the great horse market
Barret & Zimmerman, Midway St. Paul,
STRAWBERRY ROA N FAMILY-BROK E
horse, weight 1,200, sound rubber-tire runa
bout and harness, almost new cheap want
money must sell this week 300 8th SE
TEAMS WANTED AT C. A SMITH LU1CBER
Co.'s sawmill, or Job hauling green or dryLOSTSATURDA
millwood, delivery. Apply wood and coal office,
44th av N and Lyndale.
FO BALEOPE N AN TOP DELIVER
wagons and heavy bcsiiiess runabout. Walll
Coach & Carriage Works, 1 2 and 14 E
FOR SALETOPEK A LASS REGISTERED
well bred, 4 years, fast driver rare chance
will sell cheap. 2920 loomington av. O.
?90 BITYS 1,100-LB. FAMIL _ORSE AB
solutely safe and sound and a bargain must
get a good home going aw ay. 7080, Journal.
BLOOM & MAJERUS
Dealers In all classes of horses part time
when desired. Stables, 248 and 250 2d av N
FOR SALEON E LARG E F~INE TEAM^
weighing about 3,000 pounds, cheap at Hay
market Barn, Washingto and Plymout av N
FOR SALESPAN BAY HORSES, WEIGHT
2,600, true, gentle and sound no use for
them price $175 407 Madison st NE.
AU kinds from $50 up.
Kell & Zimmerman. 1 2 2d at N
TOR SALEBLAC FAMIL MARE WEIGH
1,150, perfectly gentle make good delivery
horse, price $100. 1023 Central av.
TEA OF GOOD, SOUN FAR MARES
cheap 6 and 8 years old weight 2,600
$250 Hanson, 2020 Lyndale av N
FOR SALEBAY DRIVING OR DELIVERY
mare, city broke, weight 1,100 one good
cheap horse. 608 7th st S.
WANTEDLIGHT PAHEL TOP DELIVERY
wagon good condition, give lull particulars
and price- 6608, J01 rnal
GOOD, SOUND DRAFT HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD
weight, 1,500, $175. 2020 Lyndallav N.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
TEAMS WANTED AT MEW STREET RAZX.
way shop, Snelllng and Univeisity avs. St.
Paul 1 camp, barn and blacksmith on grounds
no charges for shoeing: good, long job. Geoige
Co^ke, Snelling and University.
WANTED TO BITYCIT BROKE SOUND,
reliable, joun driving horse, good traveler,
no others: give price, description and loca
tion. 7025, Journal.
COWS, DOGS AND POULTRY
I WILL.BE LOCATED AT REVILLO, S.
bept. 1, the best chicken groundb in South
Dakota, I have several well trained shooting
dogs for sale and also to rent. Writ for
prices and dates. W Converse, KeviUo.
A FINE WHITE AND LIVE ENGLIS
pointer bitch, 22 months old, well trained
on chickens, a stilis and wide ranker, eligi
ble for registration price $35.00. Address
C.O. Ofsthun, Karlstad, Kittso Co.. Minn.
GOOD STOCK PRIZ E TAKER S ENGLIS FO
terrier, hounds and Sr, Bernards, at Henr
~:Iatm, Meutclne, X.ake.
FINE XOUNG WELL-BRED MILCH COW
cheap. S209 9th av S.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
1 Rambler runabout, with bugg top $200
1 Rambler runabout, with buggy top, 8
horsepow er 225
1 Oldsmoblle, newly painted, in A con
Orders taken now for hardy trees, shrnbt,
climbing vines, perennial plants and
spring and summer blooming bulbs for
fall planting, designing and gardening,
Your patronage Solicited. Cut flowers
H. O. DROST.
Office and Garden, 922 2d av 8.
1 Knox, 8 horsepower, 4-passenger car 250
1 Cadillac, model B, with tonneau 575
1 Ford, 10 horsepower, detachable tonneau,
almost new 550
1 Locomobile steamer, in good shape 200
1 Century tourist, 8 horsepower, 4 passenger
Northwester Motor Vehicle Co.,
219 6th St. S,
SNAPS IN SECOND-HAND AUTOS.
1002 Rambler, one seat $200,
1804 Rambler, 16-h,p double cylinder. $700.
1904 Olds' touring car, with tonneau, (525.
1904 Rambler, single cylinder, $425.
1905 Marlon, party leaving city $1,000.
Great Western Cycle & Auto Co.,
612 1st Av. S.
State agents for Rambler, Marlon and Na
FOR SALEW E HAVE TAKE N I N TRAD E
one of the best looking 16 P. touring cars
in the city wholesale price was $1,700. You
can have this at your own price almost, say
around $600, as we have no use for same
might take a good driving rig in as part pay.
Call at our office and look at the car. Mor
ilso Crittenden Co., Phoenix building.
CALL ON OR WRITE TO TH E J. N JOHNSON
Co 915 Nicollet av. Bot phones 1989.
Automobile tires $12 up.
Bicycl tires $1 50 up.
Solid carriage tires $3 60 up.
W do vulcanizing and repairing on all kinds
FOR SALE OR TRADESINGLE SEATED
automobile, large roomy seat, 12 horsepower,
double piston engine strong and powerful rig
this may be had at a bargain as I have two
cars and don't need but one may be seen at
2949 Lyndale S.
I YO ARE TIRE OF YOU OLD AUTOMO-
bile, or want to purchase a new one, at the
same time dispose of your old one, write
or call on Granite Motor Co 907 Nicolle a-s-
THE CAMERON AUTOMOBILES, "BEST
thing on wheels," air-cooled, shaft-drive will
run every day in the year. The safest car to
buy. Nort_hwest_distrlbutors,_907 Nicollet av.
FOR SALEFOU PATCHE INNER TUBES.
one outer casing dust back from factory, stood
as new 30x3 Diamond tire, will sell cheap
A W Paris, ca re Paris-Mnrton Fa tor v.
FOR. SALECADILLAC LIGH TOURIN
car, fine running order, tires nearly new 30\
8% Dunlop, a bargain. G. Baker, 015
Washingto a S
WANTEDUP-TO-DAT E AUTOMOBILE TO
rent for one month. Return in good condition
guaranteed. Woodward & Co., 63 Chamber of
EDWARD S CYCLE CO.. 119 6th S S. TH E
best equipped repair shop In the city also
a good line of second-hand wheels on band.
A NUMBE OF SECOND-HAN AUTOS, I N
first-class condition. A. Bkbergh, 907 Nic
SNAP S I N SECOND-HAN AND 1905 AUT0M0-
bilea. Address 103 1st av N
AUTOS ON EASY PAYMENTS FOR PABTIO"
ulars address 30S1, Journal.
OLE GROTH'S HOTEL.
First-class, clean, all modern rooms, in new
house, for rent by the day, week or month
special terms for the fair visitors billiard
room In connection. 319 Washington av S.
REDUCED-FREIGHT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to Chicago. Denver Spokane and Pacific
roast points frequent antpments and lowest
osslble rates. Write or call on the Boyd
& Storage Co.. 46 3d it S.
725 Temple Court, Minneapolis.
Prompt attention given to all legal business
and collections. Your correspondence solicited.
FUR REMODELING REPAIRIN AND RE
dyeing for one month more at summer prices.
D. Morris Fur Co.. 79 10th S.
WICHOLB EXPERT SCHOOL,
Endicott Building, St. Paul, Minn.
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping,
Business Penmanship, Commercial Branches.
Life Scholarships or By the Month.
Individual Instruction By Experts.
Railroad Fare paid for 200 Miles.
EUROPEAN TRAVELCANADIAN PACIFIC
Railway Steamship Lines. Tickets to and
from all points In Europe. Lowest rates.
The best of everything. Office, IS 3d st 8,
^J^STjJWN^^WAEgg^ INFORMATIO N WILL E THANKFULL Re-
ceived regarding my boy, who left home last
Monday morning, about 10.30 was 1
years old, about six feet tall wearing a*
straw hat, dark clothes and tan shoes
no vest on. Call or address 2716 Oaklan av.~
WIL THE PERSO N WH O PICKE UP*
purse containing ladv'B gold watch and chain
also $5 gold piece and some change lost on
8t and Central car Monday evening, kindly
return for reward to Miss Addle M. CresaD.
American Typ Founders Co.. 24 1s S. (1
LOSTSATURDA EVENING ON AXDRIOK
av N between Wester and 4th pocketbook
containing $50 in bills and some change also-*
gold ring. Finder please return to Mrs. A
Schrader, 812 Aldrich av N for reward.
X.OBT OR 8IOLEHEASTS BOOK MO.
Issued by "The Fanners & Moehaniea1
ingg Bank of Minneapolis." If not returned*
to said bank before Sept. 6, 1905, application
will be made for a duplicate thereof.
LOSTAUG. 29, A BAY HORS E FIV E YEAR8
old, 3 white feet and white nose, hog mane
brand on near shoulder notify corner of Port
land av and Minnehaha parkway for reward
T. C. phone 7280.
LOSTSOMEWHER E ON THE STREET
white ribbon belt, with white and pink enamel
buckle finder return to Mrs. M. Mapes, 7 3
Lyndale av N, for reward.
LOSTTUESDAY ON COMO-HARRIET CA
or at Como station, purse containing small
sum of money and key. Pleas telephone Mala
AFTERNOO N I N MLNNE-
liaha park gold university pin looks like
M. and T. across it. Reward. W. A. B.,
3335 Portland av.
LOSTSUNDA NIGH BLAC AND WHITE
setter dog name Dick had on strap collar
for reward telephone T. Drake, Powers
LOSTAUG. 29, ABOU 7:30 A.M. BETWEEN
Grovcland and Grant st on Vine place, two
ten dollar bills return to. 21 W Grant for
LOSTI N REAR OF 59 10th S 8 POCKET
book containing $40 In bills. Liberal reward
if returned to above number. Mrs. Baker
LOSTSILVE BRACELE WITH DRAGO N
heads where fastened please return to L. W
Zlmmei 18 Hennepin av. Wil reward.
GOLD LOCKET WITH MONOGRAM ON BOT
sides, picture on inside for reward notify,.
T. Drake, Power Mercantile Co.
LOSTLEATHE CARD CASE WITH ELK' S
and Masonic lodge cards. Return to 801
LOSTDARK~RE MULE COW. MARKED*
I' J. on right hip Notit Gus Hanson 834
TH E BOY TRANSFE tc STORAGE CO.'HA S
unequaled facilities for moving, storing, pack-
ing and shipping household goods, and quotes
REDUCE FREIGH RATE S thereon to Ohl-
cago, Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast points.
Others advertise such rates, and may succeed
Iccasionally in making up a car, but we Alone
are able to snip Itb. sufficient frequency and
regularity to insure prompt and reliable Bert"
Icq, For the best of service at the lowest
rates, write or call at 46 3d at 8.
MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER AND 8TORAGB
Co. has best facilities for handling and stor-
ing household goods expert furniture packers
satisfaction assured car rates to Pacific coast
and c.'her points, can save you money do
not bo deceived by other)advertisers can
and will do what we ag" regarding car rates.
Writ or call Safe i heavy machinery
*noved r-y experts. 122 5th et 5. Bot phones.
CAMEEON'S TRANSFE AN ST0&AQE EX.
pert pacler for storage or shipment large and
commodltns vans for moving. Office, 200 Nlcol-
let both mopes 1208. Residence T. O. 18824.
FURNITUR E MOVING, CAREFUL EX
perienced men expressing, trunks delivered.
The Eighth Ward teed & Transfer, 10
Lake st Both 'phones.
THE GEEATE8T DISCOVERY OF THE AGE
A guaranteed cure for Bright's disease of the
kidneys a trial bottle will convince the most
skeptical. Call and investigate or send $1
for trial treatment Dr W. Myers, Spe
cialist, 3i 11th st S.
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA.
chiscry large stock of second-hand and new
Rortbern Machinpry Co 217 3d S. Mpla.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT PATEN LAW
yers arid solicitors, main office, 925-933 Guar-
anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. 5 2 McGUl
building. Washington D. C.
SUPERFLUOU S HAIR MOLES. ETC. PERMA
nently removed by electricity Miss Hollister,
77-78 Syndicat Block Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusiv specialist.
SUPERFLUOU S HAIR WARTS MOLES, PER
manentl cured by electricity Feele A
Crocker. 622 Nicollet av.
KODAKS, PREMOS, CENTURIES. WE ARE
the leading agency In tn xLortlvweA^ lo "these*
leading cameras. Developing and finishing
done. O. H. Peck Co.. 112-114-116 5th ft S.
IKE BOYD TRANSFE STORAGE CO. HAS
unequaled facilities for moving, storing, pack
ing and shipping household goods, and quotes
REDUCE FREIGH RATE S thereon to Chi
cago, Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast points.
Others advertise such rates, and may succeed
occasionally in making up a car, but we alone
are able to ship with sufficient frequency and
regularity to insure prompt and reliable ser
vice. For the best of service at the lowest
rates, write or call at 40 3d S.
MINNEAPOLI S TRAN8FE & STORAGE CO.
have best facilities for handling and storing
household goods, expert furniture packers
satisfaction assured car rates to Pacific coast
and other points our Sl^clalty. 122 otn S.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Bes facilities for moving and storing houses-
hold goods, expert packers. Office, 200 Nicol.
let. Bot phones 1208. Res phone. T. C. 18324.
BEN BROS. TRANSFE AN STORAGE
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
experienced men 112 5th st N. Both tels.
NEW WAREHOUSEFURNITUR E STORED
moderate ra.tes Inquire bakery 12th SA a 3
REPAIR S FOR ALL STOVESGREA WE8T
ern Stove Repair Co.. K12 Hennepin av
HARD MAPL E MILLWOOD NO BARE, $4.50
per load Minneapolis Bedding Co Division
and 5th av SE
BOARD AND ROOMS
ROOMS TO RENT.
Those desiring to rent rooms, with and
without board during fair week Sept. 4 .5
to 9, will please send particulars to
Mr. George Loudon,
Willia Donaldson & Co..
Glass Block Store. -jS
ooo ooooooo ,*&
FURNISHE ROOM I N MODER N FLAT PRI- Sfe
vat family/lady employed during day pre
ferred will give breakfast and dinner fine
location, references exchanged. Mrs. Miller. "j
2010 Park av 2
LARGE HANDSOMEL FURNISHED FRON
room, suitable for thiee with first-class board
also side room strictly modern telephone seir- S^aS
vice. 615 flth S.
TWO SINGL E ROOMS I N MODER N FLAT ,1%
suitable for two men
sired. 1714 1s av
board nearby if de
HOTE SICBKOHS HAVE A. Ift W 9EBIKA 7t3
ble rooms, with excellent table board at $7 -Is
per week and up fine bathrooms. |'j|
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS IN MO-ERN
house, with board, to let to two couples. 812
4th av S.
HOTEL WAVERLYSEE WHAT WE HAVE
before yon settle- Single, anltes, private bmtpa.
ROOM AND BOARD, HOUSE MODERN, CEN
tral location, near Horary. 1117 Hawthorn ar.
ALDRICH DINING PARLORS.
We serve the best. 108 7tb st S.
"The good of the old, the
Best of the new methods."
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