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How a Confirmed Dyspeptic Developed
an Appetite Like a Cornhusker's and
Cleaned Out Everything in Sight.
The wife of a leading druggist of
Dea Moines tells how her brother was
changed from a dyspeptic without ap
petite to a prodigious eater.
"My brother, who is a lawyer in
Chicago, came to visit me and I hardly
knew him on-.his arrival he was so thin
and run down. I I had' not seen him for
years and wag, much alarmed at his
appearance. He told me not to worry
as he had been in this condition for
years as a result of chronic dyspepsia.
I asked him what he had done for it,
and he said he had. done everything
taken every remedy he had ever heard
of and consulted doctors without num
ber, none of them helped him. I asked
him if he ever took Stuart's Dyspepsia i
Tablets, and he said he hadn and i
what was more, he wouldn't. He had
sworn off taking medicine of any kind.
''I had husband trins home a box
from the store and I aetuallv made him
take one or two of the tablets after ho
had eaten. Thev made- him feel so
much better that" he offered no further
objetion. He had not taken the one
box before he WHS greatly improve^,
and three, or four boxes cured him of
dyspepsia antl gave him a Tvonclerttil
appetite. He came roar eating us out
of house and home. My, but it did me
good to see him eat. He gained fifteen
pounds before he returned home, and
he writes me that he has not been
troubled with dvspepsia since."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets actually
do the work assigned to them. They
relieve weak and overburdened stom
achs of their work of digestive action.
Their component parts are identical
with those of the digestive fluids and
secretions of the stomach and they sim
ply take up the grind and carry on
the work just the same as a good,
strong, healthy stomach would do it.
On tliis account Stuarts .'Dyspepsia
Tablets are perfectly natural in their
action and effects. They do not cause
my unnatural or violent disturbance in
the stomach or bowels
Su,rum-, Thev -the-m-
selves digest the food and supply the
system with all the nourishment con
tained in what is eaten and carry out
Nature's plans for the sustenance and
maintenance of the"body.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, by thus
relieving the stomach of its work,
enable it to recuperate and regain its
normal health and. strength. Nature
repairs the worn and wasted tissu es i^ist
as she heals and knits the bone of a
broken li'nib, which is of course not used
during the ^rocess of repair.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for.
Bale by all drug-gists at 50 cents a box.
One box will frequently effect a per
Cleanses, soften?, purifies, whitens
and beautifies the skiii. Soap and water
only cleanse superficially a little
Almond Blossom Complexion Cream
should be applied every time the face
and hands are washed. 1ft removes the
dust, soot, grime, smut and
from the interstices of the skin and
makes the surface smooth as velvet. A
daily necessity at home and abroada
treasure when traveling by land or
water, or when au an outing of any
kind, and particularly prized at a sea
side or mountain resort. Protects the
kin from cutting winds, burning rays
of the sun and every injurious effect of
the elements. Prevents and cures ab
normal redness of tho nose or any part
of the face, and that purplish hue due
to exposure to cold, also chapping,
chafing, cold sores, fever blisters and all
T4. ii. i'fuNy y
iintation of the skin. I is the great-
Ladies may consult Mme. Yale free
of charge on all matters pertaining to
Health and Beauty.
MME. YALE'S BOOKS ARE FBEE.
Every woman should have one of uu liav
most reliable information on BEAUTY
CULTURE obtainable. Write for a
copy at once. They are free.
Address MME. M: YALE,
396 Fifth Avenue, New York City,
A 320 acre improved farm. "1. miles
from .Howard, the county seat of Miner
County good house, barn, granary shed,
well and mill school house on corner of
farm 220 acres broken balance hay and
J. A. WtDEL, Howard, So. Dak.
CHICAGO COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA-
TION BEGIN CAMPAIGN TO OB-
TAIN MORE EQUITABLE CLASSI-
FICATION, The Chicago Commercial ^spxjiattbii
has staited a campaign for a vinifbrjh
classification in central and" western
freight territory. Many errors are
chargeable to the double classification
on thru shipments, resulting oftentimes
in under billing,'' it is said.
The chief trouble arises in the com
mon territory Avest of Chicago and east
of the Mississippi. Eastern classifica
tion covers the territory north of the
Ohio, and east to the Mississippi. West
ern classification goes into effect it Chi
cago and reaches to the Rockies. This
makes Illinois and Wisconsin common
classification territory on thru business.
The Chicago shippers declare they are
handicapped in the common territory, in
asmuch as Detroit, Indianapolis or Cin
cinnati jobbers get a lower rate than
they are allowed. A the same time
the -railroads regard the proposed uni
fication of the classification as a boon
and the most of them are ready to join
in any movement which will operate to
remove some of the difficulties that now
PAYS OUT GOOD CASH
Figures on a Cut-off.
Journal Special Service.
Cleveland, March 30.The Pennsyl
vania Railroad company is planning to
shorten its New York-Chicago run. by
two hours. To accomplish this it must
buy two roads and build a connecting
link. I is now planning, apparently
reliable sources say, the purchase of. the
Findlay, Fort Wayne & Western rail
way from Fort Wayne to Findlay, Ohio,
also the Northern Ohio, which runs
from Delphos to Akron,
The Mexican National rocd will buy the HU
dalgo &. Northwestern for $6,200,000. The pnr
cbase is expected to raUflea at the annual
meeting of the National stockholders Monday at
Ira B. Mills, C. F. Staples and W. E. Youn,
the members of the state railroad and warehouse
commission, will leave txlu for Washington
to attend the annual meeting of the National
Association of Railroad Commissioners next Mon
Nicollet Island Firms Have Fire Losses
Thru the explosion of a benzene can
in the Power building on Nicollet island
slate yesterday, afternoon, a fire broke
out that for a time threatened the lower,
end of the island. The fire department
arrived early and by hard work stopped
the blaze and made several timely res
cues of persons nearly overcome with
The total damage will amount to
$7,500, the heaviest loser being the
Hardware Manufacturing company, in
whose plant th blaze started. It will
lose abo ut $4.0*00. Th damage to buill
iup amounts'"""fti $500. and the M. C.
Burr company, Minneapolis Cereal com
pany and the Minnesota Beekeepers'
Supplv compaav will have, losses of
FOURTH STREET FAVORED
Real Estate' Boacd Se3ks Location for
Fourth street seems to be the favored
location for tho central office, which the
Minneapolis Real Estate board will es
tablish for promotion of the interests of
When the plan is completely rounded
out it will probably include the employ
ment of a secretary who shall devote his
entire time to the -work. Co-operation
with the public affairs committee of the
Commercial club will be a phase of the
new development of the real estate
A bureau of information concerning
all matters which will affect real estate
will be operated in connection with the
plan to advertise Minneapolis real es
Creamery Manager Fined for Disregard
of the Law.
A Goodhue county creamery manager
smudge has paid a fine of $15 for refusal to fur
nish a report on his business to the
state authorities, as required by law.
The dairy and food department lias
trouble in getting the information nec
essary for its reports, and some cream
ery managers have to. be kept at per
sistently. The one in question declared
he hadn't time to get the figures to
gether, and flatly refused to do so.
H. J. Credicott, one of the inspectors,
haled him before a justice of the peace
and the fine was imposed.
Try 'em Sunday.
A well-written WatAd ,quick tellingre desires," willn bring
est known specific for burns takes the al. Tomorroawe ids th-et day send them
firo out more quickly than anything in.
else, soothes, heals and prevents scars
and suppuration. Indispensable for use
of infants and every member of the
household. An exquisite natural beau
tifier. A grateful application after
shaving. Excellent for massage pur
poses. Now in two sizes prices, 50
cents and $1.00. Our special prices,
89 cents and 79 cents.
WM DONALDSON & CO.
Checks amounting to a total of over
half a million dollars will be distrib
uted April 12 to Soo line stockholders
of record March 30. at 3:30 p.m The
checks will be issued from the office
of title treasurer of the Soo company at
the headquarters building, on Second
avenue, in payment of the semi-annual
Preferred dividenojommon%dividendt of 3 per cen and senU'annual of
The amount to be disbursed by the
Soo company next week is easy to fig
ure. One hundred and forty thousand
shares' of common stock at 2 per cent
will take $280,000 out of the treasury
70,000 shares of preferred stock at 3Vi
per cent'will call for a disbursement of
$245,001),/the total being $525,000, or
a total, of $1,050,000 a year.
Very Low Bates to the Pacific North
Very low one-way colonist excursion
rates over the Northern Pacific Rail
way to points in Montana, Idaho, Wash
ington, Oregon and British Columbia
afford exceptional opportunities for vis
iting the great Pacific Northwest. Bich
irrigated lands and very productive
non-irrigated lands are selling on fa
vorable terms. Crops are sure and
yields are very heavy.'
From St. Paul and Minneapolis to
Billings, $15 Helena and Butte, $20
Spokane, $22.50: North Yakima and
Ellensburg, $22.50 Seattle, Tacoma and
%r i T, -i rro. J.U Fo ful information, on
Mme. Tales Books. They contain the
1 9 N
McNeill, City-'Passenger Agent,
i co block, Minneapolis,' Minn
Low Bates to the "West and Southwest
vis Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tickets on sale Feb. 15 to April 7,
inclusive $34.90 to San Francisco, Los
Angeles, San Diego $22.50 to Salt Lake
City, $34 to Mexico City. Egually low
rates to other points* For full infor
mation, apply to ~R. H Heard, G. A.,
Nicollet ayenue.and Fifth street.
Tea Rooms and Oafe.
THE NEW Banciuet Hall and the Ivory Boom will he open
to the Public Saturday., Fourth Floofc
Gray Mixed Suitings.
IN DRESS STUFFS grays will ^predominate. A new lot
just opened, in plaids, stripes and checks, soft lustrous
PBICES BANGE FBOM $1.00 "UP TO $2.50 *B
DAILY ABBIVALS OF EXQfUlSITE_^gOBTATION^,
HOUBLY AUGMENTING DOMESTIC PBODUCTIONS.
THE ADMIBING THBONGS that frequent our cele
brated Second Floor exclaim with one accord that
THE HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOID BEGABPING -x'JAE
GLASS BLOCK MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
NEVEBTHELESS our scale of prices speaks even louder
than the commendatory words of admiring visitors.
Our 3B.50 Hats
IN ALL STYLES, colors and materials, have a distinct
Our $5.00 Hats
ABE ALBEADY FAMOUS.
OUB DAILY BABGAIN TABLE is a revelation to the
visitorstudy its diurnal phases.
AUD OUB. STOCK of Imported Patterns and Domestic
Creations is the despair of imitators.
Kensington Clothing for
REDFIELD, SOUT DAKOT A
Lands for sale in Spink, Faulk, Hand, Potter,
Hyde, and Sully Counties.
Here are three bargains In Spink County lands.
We have cheaper tracts farther west. Write us,
or, better, call.
64iJ*acre farm. 4 miles from railway town. All
fenced, 80 acres cultivated, good house barn,,
large' cattle barn. 4 inch artesian weir for
powei, and Irrigation. Rich level land. Fine
stocfeifarm. $24.00 per acre^w ,yii.^v
farm, 6 miles' front railway .town
Alll fenced, good barn, fair
Excellent black soil. Price,"
house artesia well
12.0 0 per acre
160 acres prairie. No improvements. Four miles
from railway town. All tillable, soil sandy loam.
Price, $16.00 per acre.
210 aores cultivated. Al fenced gop barn fair
$22.00 per acre.
"Master of Human Destinies A I"
THIS of ALL time is your opportunity, MEN.
Don't, let's hear you say with regret in future
years "I could have bought land in Central
South Dakota for $10 per acre," whtta it is sell
ing at 'the 100 mark. RESPOND TO THE
KNOCK at your door. SUCCESS awaits you at
the threshold and bids you hasten to SOUTH
DAKOTA. Special attention given to HYDE,
HAND, HUGHES, and SxULLX COUNTIES.
Prices ranging frcm $10 t(* $30,- per acre.. W
solicit your correspondence.' Write for partlcu-
Do you swear "at^' your rubbers?
Wear foot-8fchulze Glove brandyou'll' w'at^e'
Swear by them.' All dealer^., S^UTEH DAKOTA LAND CO? ^baore/sv Dak. 1*$^$
DEPABTMENT SECOND FLOOB.
JUST A SUGGESTION of the many surprises in store
A COMPLETE LINE of
men's suits in all the new
shades of grays, in worsteds
and cheviotsalso blue
serges and unfinished goods,
Strictly hand tailored gar
ments, every one perfect fit-
ting.' These suits range in
price from $10 to $30.
CBAVENETTE COATS AND
TOPCOATS,, in all the ,new
designs and materials^ for
spring aiia" summer ivear.
and you have ^lxj5e,-ya- jjj
-rlety. to. chpo,se, ,from^Beauti
ful fitting garments". Prices
range from $12.50 t
SPECIAL FOE SATURDAY
A dark worsted Craven
ette coat nicely tailored
worth regularly $12.50
HAT SPECIALA new lot of
pearls and nutrias, in Fe
dora and Mashic shapes,
original values $2.50 to
THE, NEW LITTLE ENG-
LISH COURT SUIT, made
in" grays,'"blues and mix
tures, a very handsome suit
for a boy from 5 to 10
years. Worth $6.00. Spe
TOR BOYS FROM 7 O *j7 YEARSSee the new yofce
Plaited Coat with belthand tailored$ suits0, perfect fit
tinga special value at $7.50
A NICE LINE of Bussian Etons and Eton Sailors, also
Buster Brown Suits, in worsteds and many other ma
terialsa strong line to choose from, $ 3 to $0,
SPECIAL FOB SATUEDAYA full line Of Confirmation
Suits in black and dark blue cheviots, Thibets, serges
and unfinished worst|s, real value &*&
$4 to $6. Saturda^tipecial ,P a*"V
BOYS' FUBNISHINGSA beautiful Mie, o 'shirte,
blouses, suspenders, gloves and neckties.,,
CHILDREN'S TAMS and Caps, of: every description,
from 25c"to $2.00.
50c SWISS MILK Chocolate Creams, assorted
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Best toilet powder. An
best for ^HE BOX
Defective Pa ge
Wash Goods Dept.
BARGAIN I N DRESS GINGHAMSSix thousand yards
fancy Dress Ginghams, all new styles, displayed on spe
cial tables for Saturday only, "7^f*
per yard 2t*
SPECIAL A 12y 2
20c and 25c. Choice Saturday
only, a yard
For the BATH
Softens Hard Water
cThrcfe 'hundred pieces of Cotton
Voiles, 32-inch, fine blue mixed Ohambrays, embroidered
spot Zephyrs and faridy Nub Madras, regular Rallies
Children's Day Saturday.
IN OUB CHILDBEN'S DEPARTMENT,
CHILDREN'S WASH DBESSES white colored
lawns, ginghams, percales, and
THE ABOVE comprises the finest line of Hand Bags ever
shown in Minneapolis. Nothing held back. All our im
ported goods are in this sale. Every conceivable style
and color represented. Nothing could more accept
able for an Easter present than a bag.
Suit Gases and Traveling
ALL QUE LARGE LINE OF SUIT CASES
AND TBAVELLNG BAGS, AT A SPECIAL
DISCOUNT SATUBDAY OF 2 0
A Perfumed Luxury
Better Uhan ier--^_
AT AXiX ST0BJS8 3B MAILED BY US
BATCHELL-ER IMPORTrNG COMPANY, 343 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. US A.
CHILDREN'S COA.TS in. fcle and. red, made of a, fine
serge, emblem on sleeve, collarless. d^A AC
Special for Saturday.i .NH-iP*J
OUB LINE OF MISSES' AND CHILDBEN'S DBESSES
AND COATS CONSISTS OF THE PBETTTEST MOD
ELS EVER SHOWN AT MODERATE PRICES.
Our Leather Department
iXbtES- AND ViAGS.
Bead of fe. special bargains offered for Saturday.
Nineteen Bags, regular $10, at $7.89.
Three Bags, regular $10:50, at $7.08.
Twenty-five Bags, regular $12.50. $8.48.
Eight Bags, regular $11.50/at $8.10.
Six Bags, regular $18.00, at $12.87.
TWQ Bags* regular $17.50, at $1.50.
Fifty Bags, regular. $5.00, at $3.88.
Three Bags, regular $7.50, at $5.25.
Two Bags, regular $4.00, at $3.00.
Two Bags, regular $8.50, at $6.75.
One Bag, regular $13.50, at $9.88.
Four Bags, regular $4.50, at $3.25.
Ten Bags, regular $6.00, at $4.50.
Three Bags, regular $15.00, at $10.50.
One Bag, regular $14.50, at $10.00.
Three Bags, regular $15.75, at $11.00.
Two Bags, regular $16.50, at $12.50.
COMPLEXION SO AP
Softens and whitens the
skin. Makes heavy
2Scent ^*H CAKENv
Shirt Waists Cleaned
By our French dry cleaning process. Superior to all others.
Phonei us for'excellent work and prompt delivery,
Henry Bros. Dye House ^g^gSfet*
Tell the whole- story when you writ'e a Journal want ad. It will be. seen $
by the proper persons and you will get satisfactory answers. Do not omit $
& the points the reader- will want to know about beforer he investigates. Take
a few more Jjnesijana publish ths substance of your proposition. You will
$. be surprised at the results.
Black Dress Goods.
TWENTY-FIVE pieces imported French Voile, fine, soft,
sheer materialin great demand this season, regularly,
sold at $1.00 per yard.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY 75 PEB YARD.
Muslin Underwear Dept.
EXTBA SIZE Black Taffeta Silk Petticoat, pleated flounce
with section ilounce, full underlay of silk with, dust ruf
fle, extra good quality of Silk. Ck"7 A
Saturday special itf I
CHILDREN'S FLANNEL BEEFEBS, sailor
collar, trimmed with braid, 2 to 5 years...
CHILDBEN'S COATS, in gray mixed suitings, trimmed
with red or blue braid, three-quarter ftA A
length, 2 to 5 years maunM
CHILDREN'S BEEFEBS, in gray suiting, trimmed
with braid and fancy buttons, fri E
2 to 5 years vli
CHTLDBEN'S COATS, in liglit gray ciieCic
and cuffs trimmed with braid, 2 to 5
CHILDBEN'S COATS, in red Tricot
embroidered on sleeves.
2 to 5 years fi-rSf..
CHILDBEN'S PLAY SUITS, In dark blue
check designs, to 6 yean.
CHILDBEN'S PLAY SUITS, blue Chambray
with white or red piping, 1 to 6 years
A COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT of hand crocheted bootees
KODAK ALBUMS, fine linen cover.
POST CARD ALBUMS, fine linen covers
Album, holds 24 cards .17c
Album, holds 50 cards -39c
Album, holds 200 cards....
China Dept. Specials.
BEBBY OB SALAD SETS
Seven pieces, beautifully em
bossed, same being full tinted
in delicate green, illuminated in
gold. $1.25 values.
and colorings of blended glazes,
nine and ten inches reg
ular 98c and $1.25. Special
CUSPIDOBS---These in solid co
balt blue, embossments heavily
traced with gold50c is a low
price,.but for *XCfctf
COMB AND BBUSH TBAYS
The Rosenthal China, deco
rated with bunches of chrysan
themums, regularly iBO**
69c. Saturday TQW
SHOES FOB THE LITTLE FOLKS
ins on Introduction Tables.
CHILDBEN'S black kid lace or button
leather tips and hand turned soles and
Made on shapely lasts, just suited for
children. Sizes 5 to 8. $1.25 grade at
CHILDBEN'S shoes, made with the heavy welted soles
in lace and button. The nature shaped last that theset
shoes are made on is the best fitting and8most*sensiblea^28
ever shown. Sizes 5 to 8, at $1.50'
$1.75 sizes liy2 to 2, $2.00.
Franklin Benner, Pres.
WOMEN'S SHOESThe feminine footwear for this sea
son is the daintiest and most artistic for many seasons.
Pumps, Christy and Gibson Ties in gunmetaL dull calf
and patent leathers are the most in demand. We show
an exclusive assortment in all grades, from the bench
made to the more medium. Prices $3.00 to $7.00.
MEN'S SHOESOur men's shoes are made by shoemak
ers who know how. ^AlwaySP the best materials and lat
est styles. The rie# ones in high or low cuts are now
ready. Prices, $3.OO- $3.50 and $4.00.
THE DUNLAP SHOESThe man who wants high grade
footwear in the newest and most stylish shapes, coupled
with high grade materials and best of workmanship,
should see this line. All styles., $5.00.
JMfc. A SEED'S Cushion Sole Shoes. The only comfort
shoe made that gives one a stylish good fitting shoe and
comfort at the same time. Thousands of satisfied cus
tomers attest their approval of this statement. We are
exclusive agents for the Dr. A. Beed shoes. All styles
for men and women. Price, $5.00.
Full Farm Land SECURITY
5% Interest on Investment
Share of profits in handling
Farm lands on large scale
Call or write for particulars
Mutual Colonization & Development Co.
503-5 Bank of Commerce Building
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