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a subtle charm, for the poet sam "fair
tresses man's Imperial race eimare." The
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NEWBRXrS HER.PICID E
The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff Germ."
lusterless
with later dandruff.n Itching sculp and fall
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lnc hair. Newbro's Herpicide destrors this
eiem of beautv and enables the hair to re
sume Its nutmal luster and abundance. Al
most marvelous results follow the use of
Herplclde An exaulslte hair dressing. Over
comes excessive oiliness and makes the hair
light andfluffv..Detroit.
1-713 NICOLLET AVENUE.
For Next 10 Days
4fetffe lbs. besf Granulated Sugar
To any person buying $4 worth -^j-
of other groceries at our store ^1^
23 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. BOTH PHONES.
HOW TO JUDGE A LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
fThJs is on* of a series of explanatory statements by the Minneapolis repre-
sentatives pf the STATE MUTUAL MFE A5URAN* COMPANY 9 WOR.
CESTER, MASS, For full explanation sentf to/, pamphlet mentioned bejpw.)
STATEMPNT nQl ^-AnnMsl m$trmmn 9t SwrplMs,
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itrid weight? imum iw if entity Mfphtf mmd as a definite
liability is that otherwise ttiets is no ptopw seetimy that
mowi mtuid will he kept itihtttst MM pM,
The STATtt MV't'VAh hit? ASSURANCE COMPANY 0** WOflOfiJS^ttrl,
MASS,, i*filyears old and han always adhered to the principles advocated in
this series of publications, full lnfm matlon will be given by any of tho CWi-
pany'rt ngenti, and pamphlet fully explftlnlnff the principles of instiianca
manascment rind organization will be niallfd upon receipt of a stamped ad-
dressed envelope. Intelligence Is a duty,
C. W. VA N TUYL, General Agent, 15-21 Loan & Trust Buffdlng.
Augustus Warren, Geo. A. Alnsworth, F. W. Woodward, R. 3. Thomson, 8olpn
Royal, F. 8. Stevens, T. A. Carroll, A. T. Baker.
"The lives of all your loving: complices lean upon your health"
does not lost. If you need Insurance, tako it now,
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The Observation-
Parlor-Cafe Gar
The modern equipment of today fonnd
In the Burlington's daylight "Scenic Ex
press" for Chicago and the East.
It gives yon a commanding view of
300 miles of beantifnl Mississippi River
scenery. The cafe service for lnnch and
the evening meal satisfies your every
want. Comforts are at every hand,
It is Burlington service.
You cannot make a mistake in using
the "Scenic Express" at 7:30 a.m., or
the "Chicago Limited" at 7:50 p.m.
Low rates east and west. Call on mo.
a:
No crease dye. Stops
itchlnc instantly.
stamp HERPICID E CO. Dept Mich.,rfo sample
Cor. Hennepin and Washington Aves. and Cor. Seventh St. and Nioollet Ave.
ApDlicntions at prominent barbershops.
BB
THIN IT OVER
You will probably need some new Decorating and Furnishing
done in your home before winter sets in, perhaps you will only
need a few pieces of furniture, or a drapery to biighten your
rooms, but in either case you want the best for your money.
Don't lose sig ht of the fact that Furnishing: Homes is our spe
cialty. New goods ana original ideas are our stocK in trafls
and with these At our command we feel that we merit your
patronage. Let us give yfiu an estimate.
LACE CURTAINS
RUGS FURNITURE
SPECIAL AGENTS.
MATTRESSES DRAPERIES BOX SPRINGS
Moore (S Scriver
4 tlw&e
-and health
Ticket Office: Cor. Third and Nicol
let. Both phones, N. W. Main 860 T.
C. 311. J. F. McElroy, City Passenger
Agent.
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WHEAT IS UNEVEN
OATS ARE HEAVY
HARVEST FINISHED IN OTTER
TAIL COUNTY.
Corn, Which Looked Like a Failure
Once, Is Developing Fast and Will
Yield Well if Frost Holds OffYields
Reported from Various Sections.
Special to The Journal.
Fergus Falls, Minn., Aug. 31.The
harvesting of wheat an'd oats is finished
and stacking and shock threshing began
the first of this week. Oats are turning
out finely, but wheat is very uneven.
The grain that ripened first is generally
a good crop, but hot weather .and rain
ripen'ed the late grain too rapidly, and
much of it is somewhat shrunken.
The following yields from different
parts of the county show how the
wheat is running:
J. O. Billings, town of Buse, twenty
five bushels an acre C. A. Nyberg, Or
well, twenty bushels A. G. "Anderson,
In'man, ten bushels Billings & Riley,
Buse. fifteen bushels Christ Luther,
Ferjpas Falls town, sixteen bushels A-n-
ton Olson, Maine, seven bushelsj Louis
Lohmeirr, Fergus Palls town, eighteen
bushels.
Local millers estimate the average
wheat crop of the county at 'from
twelve fifteen tushel a acre. The
corn crop, which looked like a failure
early in the season1,
has developed very
fast, and if frost holds off for ten days
more, it will be one of the best crops
raised here.
BLUS EARTH'S BEST YIELD
Tnirty-five Bushels to the Acre from a
Twenty-six-Acre Field.
Special to The Journal.
Mankato, Mum., Aug. 31.It. Xi.
Houk of Good Thunder has the best
yield of wheat in Blue Earth county
yet leported. His twenty-six-aere field
yielded 910 bushels, or an average of
35 bushels to the acre. From a twelve
acre field he had 27 bushels of wheat
to the acre.
George Sellers of Beauford has threshed
110 acres of wheat. From half of it,
cut before the rains, he got 17% bush
els to the acre, and from the other
half, cut afterwards, 15 bushels to the
acre.
A. J. Ellis of Sterling secured 75
bushels an acre from his oatfield.
MORRIS COUNTY RETURNS
Yield of Wheat Ranges from 8 to 25
Sushejs an Acre.
Special to The Journal.
Morris, Minn., Aug. 31.^Harvesting
is moving rapidly in Stevens county.
Probably a greater percentage than for
several years are threshing directly
from the shock, the yields ranging from
8 to 25 bushels, tho the majority will
run from 10 to 15.
Durum, or macaroni, ia the best crop
of all. The highest yield of it, yet
reported was about 32 'bushels an acre.
Many others aie getting 20, 25 and
30. I is estimated that fully 200,000
bushels will be shipped from heie this
season. Oats are exceptionally good
and will run fiom 2 0 to 45, and barley
as high as 60.
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bnrloy hns boen throshprl and averages
about twenty-five btishels to the acre.
Macaroni wheat running about twen
ty, Oat run from forty to sixty bush
els. There is a good crop of spelts.
Flax is being cut and tho crop is good.
Corn is coming in fine shape.
Big Yields of Durum.
Speolal to The Journal.
Bushford, Minn., Aug. 81.Farmers
who sowed macaroni wheat are much
olated over the resultan average of
thirty bushels to the acre is the story
told by the threshing machine. Two
more weeks of fine weather will put
corn out of danger of frost and insure
an immense crop.
To Secure Accommodation During
State Fair Week.
Intending visitors to the state agri
cultural exhibition who have not al
ready secured their rooms, can very
conveniently do so by the use of a
Journal Want A.d.' The prudent
visitor will make arrangements in ad
vance and will probably seek accommo
dation's at a private home during his
stay. Hundreds of homes in the most
desirable localities of Minneapolis will
have one or two rooms available to vis
itors during the fair, at reasonable
rates.
The only way and the best way to
reach the visitor is to insert a small
ad in The Journal's "Furnished
Iioom'' Column. You can have the re
plies to your "ad" addressed to a blind
n'umber which conceals the name and
address of the advertiser.
The Journal has established a
room-rentmj? bureau for the benefit of
those who have furnished Tooms to rent.
Ail advertisers are entitled to list their
rooms without extra cost.
Advertisements accepted over the
telephone.
Russia Unusually Crafty.
The reform movement recently ap
proved by the Czar of Russia is con
sidered statesmen as the cleverest
move he nas ever made. Just at
theJames
time when peace seems impracticable,
he is attempting to placate the people
at home and win them over to his ideas
by granting concessions of the great
est importance I is by all odds the
shrewdest trick the czar has ever
turned, and as far ahead of his UBual
tactics as golden grain belt beer is
ahead of all other beers. The reason
is simple golden grain belt beer has a
purpose the nourishment as well as
satisfaction of its friends. Pure and
appetizing, it wins them back to health
and strength without their realizing it.
None of us can afford to be without a
case at home.
Minnesota Gk A- B.. Headquarters Train
to Denver, col., Sept. 24, via Chi
cago Great Western Railway.
Train leaves Minneapolis 9 a.m., St.TUITION
Paul 9:30 a.m., Sept. 2d. Arrives at
Denver 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 3d. Train
will be finely equipped with Standard
and tourist sleepers, free T.eclmmg Ghair
Cars ancl Coaches. For sleeping-car
reservations and other information ap
ply to O. S. Clark, Adjutant General,
St. Paul. Minn..,
Defective Page
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Marm
Moody Ootiiity ftospects,
Q7The NORTHWESTERN
CONSERVATORY
Dayton BM*.
V4:^k^5Pft%OHOOLS AND COLLEGE S ^Sftl^
Is where Investigating parents send their sons and daughters to get a Prac-
tical Business Educatiop, because It Is absolutely reliable, gives thoro Instruc-
tion and accepts only good conduct and hard work from its students. State
Fair visitors are Invited to call on us and see our choice school. Satisfaction
guaranteed Fall term opens Sept. 6th.
ikk S.i!HltS Sr- 122 So, Sixth St., Minneapolis, Minn.
1898-THE LEADING CONSERVATORY OF THE NORTHWEST1905
The Johnson School of Music,
Oratory and Dramatic Art.
This school occupies its distinct position for tho following reasons
it is the largest, the most complete and the best-equipped institution of musical
and dramatic learning: in the Northwest.
It Is the only Conservatory in the Northwest occupying its own building devoted
exclusively to its own uses as such.
It is the only school of Dramatic Art and Acting in the Northwest that has its
own Hall with a. real stage and real stage equipment, affording its students
opportunities of presenting plays in a professional manner.
It is the only Conservatory in the Northwest that, while strong additions are
frequently made to the faculty, is not constantly changing its staff of
instructors, but retains the same instructors from year to year.
The Faculty (all bona flde teachers) consists of the following well-known artists:
P*IAirOGustavu Johnson, Carlyle Scott, Mamie Swanberg Od a Birkenhaner
Nellie Odegard, Lydia Burton. Constance Osborn, Katherine McLaughlin,
Johann Blichfeldt, Bigna Olsen.
ORGANH. S. Woodruff.
"VOICEJMrs. Maude Adams Waterman, H. E. Phillips and Ednah F. Hall.
VIOLINFranz Zedeler.
ORATORY and DRAMATIC ARTMr. and Mrs Chas. M. Holt and Maude Moore.
Fall term opens Tuesday, Sept. 5. Send for free illustrated catalogue.
QUSTAVUS JOHNSON, Director.
42 and 44 Eighth Street S, Minneapolis.
NICHOLS EXPERT SCHOOL,
SHORTHAND, Typewriting, BOOKKEEPING,
Endicott Bldg., ST. PAUL, MINN.
INDIVIDUAL Instruction by EXPERTS.
By the Month or Scholarship.
EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEED.
We Pay Railroad Fare for 200 Miles.
You don/t see the graduates of the NICHOLS EX-
PERT SCHOOL Advertising forpositions. There
is a REASON.
^ee our Exhibit in the Main Building,
Minnesota State Fair.
3$9 Hmndpin 4v* f, C, 3351. N,
wfchaM and Typewrmnf, Telegraphy and m&m mm th
grates my wri Hwnfng timfom, mm\rm, V,W to
ywmMmy. Wdfimy,Jfjfay, gpeefftl MmementH IQ entet--
\m Mot? jfeptfHte, Pift mil muit you wsflt ihe ton in a
Qmnmtki 'mining, W haw gffiftirinf ft faew you, mi to
feufld in my oifter ee to in the Twin m\m tii Merthweri,
MBimm tnm pmfa]iy Imtiod, %md for (lataiyg,
0. M. LANGUM President
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Never give up. Be an optimist.
Journal Want Ads will help you get $
there. 4
224 BOSTON BLOCK, ,&' '.B-''^
MlTTNEAI-OI-IS, MnSTN.
MAGALESTER COLLEGE
Offers an attractive and healthful location in a quiet suburb between St. Paul
and Minneapolis thorough collegiate and preparatory courses of study superior
instruction in Music and Elocution moially wholesome and invigorating college
life. Opens September 13. For catalogue address
Wallace, Prea., maoaloater Callage, St. Paul, minn.
Z//VSIC
71* Nicollet AvJf,
21st Yeaijppens September 5t"K
FACULTY of 30 in ALL BRANfiSES
School of Opera and Acting
A new Concert Pianist from Berlin.
7 FREE, 6 PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
We have the best teachers in the North
west and we graduate the best pupils.
LOWYEAR BOOK FREE
CLARANCE A^tet*'SHALL. Director.
'*&
BUSINESS
JV,f 979 L=$ Main
Pltmm
pom thee
EarnFroffl8Qtol25P8rMonth
WE WANT YOUNG MEN for Firemen and
Brakemen, experience unnecessary. High
Wages, Promotion. Positions secured as
soon as competent. Instructions by mail.
Cut out Coupon and send with stamp
for full particulars to-day.
National Railway Training School,
"5"
BBnBD I RISK YOUR SUCCESS.
During this month and
September, Caton College,
612 Hennepin Ave,, admits
students, tuition payable
after graduation and obtain
ing positions. Business,
Stenographic, Telegraphic,
English Courses, day and
evening. 10,000 former stu
dents.
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PRA.CTICA.U
SHORTHAND
and kindred branches successfully
taught. All graduates placed in par
ing positions. Both phones 070.
The Munsoi\ Shorthand
Institute, RJ Smith, President
1228 Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis.
number of pupils.
wil
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Iin mt^
poll
*Mtu*iBut. %wf|j aim have
ANDBRSON. prop.
GRAHA HALE
A Boarding and Day School for GirhJ%
Fall Term Opens Sept. i9
With increased facilities for work. A' large gymna-
sium assembly room and class rooms have been added
to the school this summer, providing ample and com-
plete accommodations for the constantly increasing
The Graham Hall certificate admits to the leading
colleges without examination.
Pupils are received from the primary through the
academic departments, and boys in the lower grades.
Superior advantages are offered in Music, Ar and
Elocution.
Fo further information address
Miss Zulema A. Ruble and Miss Carrie Bart-
lett, 1800-1804 First Avenue S, Minneapolis, Minn.
Thes Eclectic Business Colleger
1 i
Permanently located in its New Quarters, Septembe Jst,
1905 This new and elegant building is located in a quiet and refined section
of the city, at the corner of Fifth street and Third avenue south. The entire,
second floor will be newly and properly equipped for Business College work,
In our Shorthand Department -will teach the two popular and up-to-date,'
sjstprnsthe Folectic Rnd the Gregg.
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NO QUESTION BUT WHAT WE ANE THE BEST**.
Minneapolis School of Watchmaking,
Engraving, Jewelry Work, Optics,
Incorporated Under Minnesota Laws. $26,000 Capital.
Whole Top Ploor Hulet Block, Seventh Street and Hennepin Avenue,
Minneapolis, Minn. 5,200 Square Feet.
All students taught on actual work. Absolutely guarantee situ*
ations to graduates. Situations for board if desired. Very best of
instructors. Largest school in the Northwest.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
i
Archibald Business College,
(Mention this paper.)
Four Schools in One.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting, English and Normal
Complete Courses. Competent Teachers. Conscientious Instruction.
English and Normal departments $1 per week. Fall term opens Monday,
September 4. Board and room $2.50 per week. Write for free catalogue.','
AMERICAN BUSINESS COLLEGE AND N0BBAL SCHOOL,
732 East Lake Street --___--.___ Minneapolis, 'M'tniy
an
ffZW,
2212nd Ave. S. ^SSSSm Minneapolis* Minn,.
Established 1893.
X* you "want \eaxTX -tQ "ba.x'bex txeuAe, call ox
write for our illustrated catalogue. I will save
yj 'h\ you time and money.
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The business house that needs a
bookkeeper wants a rapid computer.
There is demand everywhere for first
class bookkeepers, at excellent salaries,,
tu they must rapid, and. accurate
BOOKKEEPERS
Those learned and trained at the Archibald Business College are in'
every way competent to hold the best paying positions. Hundreds of the
graduates of this school are holding high-salaried positions all over this
northwest, to whom the college will refer you. This is the school
Call or write for catalog.
m"nT^.V.Hattendot
,\*&
stood the test for 13 years and this
is the only institution of its kind in the North
west.
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