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0 Fruit Rapidly Reduces Excess
Without the Aid of Tiresome Exercises
or Starvation Diet,
COSTS NOTHING TO TRY it.
TTlla Illustration Shows What Ren go Fru Has Dohe. Th.~. fche Way of RedjUQl
Rengo Fruit ts a product of South
America and It has been recently discov
ered to possess some very remarkable
properties which will reduce excess fat
and build up the strength and health of
^Sassyj))^-, anyone who eait
larly lor a shortts timejregvi- It
is a. product ol nature,
delicious to the taste and
safe and harmless in all
its properties. 'It will not
injure the digestive or
gans as so many drugs
and medicines do.
Rengo Fruit will posi
tively reduce surplus fat
rapidly and do so without
harm to the subject. It is vei-y palatable
and pleasant to eat. It is prepared in a
highly concentrated form and is conven
ient to carry in the pocket, so one can
have it with him at all times.
Rengo Fruit requires no exhausting ex
ercises or starvation dieting to help it out,
Army and Navy Officers
That shows you how the Regal stands in the matter of styleJ
United States officers are extremely good judges of correct
form in wearing apparel-they
have to be. And wo could
never have built up much trade
among them if any shadow of
doubt could be cast on the cor
rectness of Regal style, nor if a
perfect Regal fit had been diffi
cult to secure, nor if Regals
didn't wear as well as we
claim they do, nor if they failed,
to hold their shape right upto
the last minute, as we've
proven, over and over again.
Our Army and Navy trade
has recently grown so fast that
we have been obliged to estab
lish a special Army and Navy
department to take care of
it. And the demand for
Regals among Army
and Navy officers
has been so large
and constant that
the Army Post
Exchanges and the
Canteens on the
supplied with a full
line of the latest
Regal models. $3.50 and $4*00
526 Nicollet Ave.
For sale by druggists, $1.00 a. box. If
you suffer from excess fat call on your
druggist today or send your name and ad
dress for a trial package of Rengo Fruit
mailed free in plain wrapper. Address
Rengo Co., 3012 Rengo Bldg., Augusta,
For sale and recommended' in Minneap
olis by Voegeli Bros.' Drug Co., corner
Washington and Hennepin avs corner
Seventh st and Nicollet av corner Fourth
av S and Twenty-second st corner Lyn
dale and Twentieth avs N.
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FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ST. PAUL STORE. 382 Rober Street
more real estate, more
land and more total
as so many of the so-caned fat remedie^s
do. You can go right ahead and attend
to your regular daily duties. It compels
proper assimilation of the foc^aruLjsends^comfort
the food nutriment into th'ip jSI(sclei3 "1^
bones and nerves and builds ififem tip in
stead of piling it up in the idrni 6t excess
fat. It is not a medicine in .any sense
of the word, but a mild, pleasant, harm
less fruit put up in concentrated form in
small packages for convenience.
526 Nicollet Ave.
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paper in the North-
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Thursday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. '&^^(^3i May% 1906.
PAUL PIERCE INDICATES, OPPOR-
TuktTT AT JAMESTOWN.
Twenty States Have Already Arranged
to Represented and Many Foreign
Natipfts Will Have l^Dits^iiQca
tion Offers'Peculiar Advantages and
the Attendance Will Be Large.'
The Jamestown" exposition will prob
ably contain- another great educational
food exhibit.- Some effort is being made
to induce Paul Pierce, editor 01 Wha't
to. Bat who is in.Minneapolis today,
td take charge of a department of that
*ktidj/but he doubts whether he can do
so,,altho he thinks, while it is not to
on so large a scale as othe wqrld's
fairs, that it "tfill1
display at. th&:
undoubtedlr be one
of the most interesting expositions. I'
I know of iro state in. the union that
by a bi
than Minnesota,." said Mr. 3?iej,ce.
.'.f'Tbe exposition:. will be held from
April 20 to Nov. 30, 1907, the occasion
being the 300th anniversary of the
first English Settlement* in.': 'America.
Minnesota's youth, her vast undevel-
oped'resource's', her bidden 'wealth that
awftjt^'but*ha^ds, aftci, capital $6 un
cover, air inake it'especially fo her ad-
'''^"hMr chamto the
vantageYtijr ^ttbl^sh he* charmss'
*td delight and
have 'ah opportunity delis
p. prosper Minnesota is strong and pro-
^^vtoe-wi ner, of,
millions and her natural wealth 19 great
enough to support all her children in
A Real Worlds Fai*$**
-"Tile Jamestown "ex?pQsiti6-n"iis to be
a world's-fair* ancl of greater propor
tions than most people, of th'.e, north
-west realize as yet. It has the back
ing'of the United States government,
and- ia, in' fact, a'celebratibn.' by.'the
United States government of the most
important event in this country's his
tory. Minnesota ought to have a fine
exhibit there from., a patriotic, stand
point', if from rifine other.
The exposition management an
nounces that it is already assured of a ?y^
greater number of foreign visitors than wnuston 4 03
has ever attended American exposition?*
Besides, the location of the big show is
many people of the northwest, for I am
told-that the exposition-has not been
talked about very much in these parts.
The truth of the assertion may be real-
(.izp&v llQwever, :v?:hen it is cajled to mini
I that S^wall's Point pttHamptoni^Roads,
wherith big'show will"take place is*,
th* central point of the greatest popu-'
lation in the country. The site the
expositron"is only' twelve hour's'"ride
frem-the homes ofi.:
It-Is but thirty minutes' Vide by trolley.
or ferryboat from the surrounding tide
water cities which have a combined
population of 200,000.
Twenty states of the union have al
icady arranged for exhibits of unusual
proportions,' andi it is believed thalke4vK
--IV "Y- -4 ---M1 r-w &. -8&Finct
sente wheJn the show There aro
to be seventeen great main buildings at
the exposition, each occunying a spaco
of abxu 600/by 350, ffeet, for rdMplaVs
0$ Jsi^nfacti%eTSv libesak a*ts," inaehin.
ery, art, agriculture, transportation,
ellctricity, history^ vafied industri^J,
etei- A special building of mag3J|neeht
proportions %aU exected fox 2pxeign
No Suggestion of Fake.
In this show the United States is to
reveal to the world her real greatness
and her sense of refinement. .TPhere is
to be nothing smacking of the fake
about any part of any department, for
the government, as host, intends that
none of her guests.shall havg ,saus to
do otherwise than lionor her. The ex
position is -to be on sea and on land
the naval demonstrations will probably
be the grandest ever witnessed in the
histoxv of the world.
IST better site than Hampton Hoads
:C0uld have be^n chosen for such-a fair,
even if its historical associations had
not 'been taken' into consideration. It
proximity to the vast eastern popula
tion its accessibility by sea and lands
its distance from the turmoil and con
fusion pj6 the city' its great popularity
as a summer resort its unsurpassed
harbor facilities, and its natural beauty
all lend to this exposition advantages
nev.er known to any predecessor'. Be
ing located in no particular city, it will
be regarded as more of a national affair
than if Philadelphia, or New York, or
Baltimore, or Washington, or Boston ot
seme other, of the neighboring citiea
had been chosen. As it is, each of thesa
cities with all the rest of America looks
on the show as an all-American institu
tion and nof as that of some one city
or, locality. The selection of such a
listoric^l point in old Virginia, the
mother of the nation, is cause for envy
by no section of America. To the con
trary the selection is a source of patri
otic, gratification to every., state. No
ferventis'an veneraoc Virginia and this
casion where, all of them may liohor her
and'ishow their respect for' the- position
she. occupies among, the stars on .pur
nation's flag, by accepting the invita
tion, /to come, and, help her entertain
"These are some of the reasons why
.Minnesota should participate in tho
Jamestown function. It should be the
desire of this, greatest state, of the
northwest to show the rest of the union
that there is as much sentiment and pa
triotism among its population as among
those of any other state."
New Transcontinental Service.
On and after June 10, 1906, the
I-Northern Pacific railwaywil operate
three through trains daily in each
direction between .St. Paul, Minneap
olis', 'Duluth and Superior and the Pa
cific Northwest. The North CoaBt Lim-
.ited* with new equipment throughout,
-wilL leave St. Paul daily at 10:15 a.m.,
vMinneapolis at 10:45 a.m. "Train
Number Three" will leave St. Paul
daily .at 10:15 p.m., Minneapolis at
10:'45' p.m. "Train Number Five"
(new) will leave St. Paul daily at
10:85 p.m., running through to Seattle
and Tacoma, with through connections
for Portland."Train Number Seven"
will leave St. Paul daily at 8:20 a.m.,
Minneapolis at" 8:50 a.m., running
through to Jamestown, N. D., and car
rying a dining cjar..
These important improvements guar
antee 'tho lea o ser.yice between the
Twin Gities- and tire Pacific Coast, and
all intermediate points.
For full information call or write
G. McNeill, C. P. A., 19 Nicollet
One Fare Plus $1 to Boston, Mass., and
Account,, meeting American Medical
association" June 5-8, the Minneapolis
& St. Louis railroad will sell round-trip
tickets Jue- 2 to 5?,irlthvlib^ij limit8.
For full particulars call on J. G. Bick-
l, city ticket agent, 424 Nicollet ave
If you once try Carter's Little Liver
-Pills for sick headache," biliousness or
constipation, you will never be without
them. They a*e purely -vegetablesmal
and easy to take. Don't foraet this.
IAY RAINS NOT ABNORMAL
a. n.*Tfr$smQ$ ,OROP EXPERT,
GIVES ITtaUBBS -T O SHOW THAT
teOlgtURB IS ABOUT RIGHT.
G, W TJidWitorij the crop expert, of
Dulutb,i has ijfeten investigating the re
ports of exees rribis&ire in the
k|nfavoVable conditions fo
spTihj? wfiqafc- and is of the opinion that
there is^a^eneralitniiseonception. of the
-There is nothing to show, Mr.Thorn
ton. Says, _tlja there is a undue amount
,of rainfall. a
distributed.. Aberdeen and Redfield, S
D., Devil's Lake, Bismarck, Lisbon and
Williaton, N. D., and Detroit, Minn., all
towns situated in localities that could
use an inch of rain a day, have enjoyed
a rainfall in excess of May of last'year,
while Moorhead, Winnebago and New
Ulm, Minn., and PembinayLangdon and
Amenia,-N. Di, are- all short of May,
1S05V as they cant afford to be.
The table given below is taken from
the records of the S. weather bureau.
Only one 'BectionCis really suffering from
an excess, and that is New London,
Kandiyohi county. Crookston, while
behind-last,yeai 3.63inches this year
compared witi* 5,82 inches last year,
could have got alo -with less rain:
but off the Wh^le'-"the weather looks
good to date.
"Itf wlllt b^ftrn%ibeTed,,
Thornton, ^thftt the" real damage to-the
northwesteVh'NQjfdp,in 19Q5 was done
the raisy eord^we^thef "o June
July I^-iFuue a-nfl- July1
favorable* as Ma%^ie ndithwest would
have had an 18 t6'--20ibuShel wheat crop
instead of .a ICto ~15-bushel crop."
T:8 4rl4 4.13 T.-27
Moorbead Amenia pevils Lake
sure to draw-a. larger attendance from Miinank
tue United States. than any previous 'Mitchell 2i8S*.
-WOrtrl's fair- in this country. This Redfle ...ir-*J3
latter statement may seem strange to pielrl^nw,.','",''!")^
ft *5^* onsider^pn^i^.** .^era^e
*~~i i 11. 1 1 1 1
In fact, a "study of the
map,- in crpectio with comparative
figures of rainfall during May of this
year and May Qf last, will show that
the moisture has been remarkably well
says Mr. attention
anda had toeeh
S ($3 &
New Ulm .r.."..'ij^t.iar*
Montevideo s^ 5.4 2
Winnebago -..V. .'.*.$.93
2.J 3.94 1.96
S. l.SV 3 1.74
STATE SEE&S"MUCH' LAND
State Auditor Gives Flaures Showing
8. G.-Iv^son^tJe^auaitori, has pra
pared a staJtement'-t^r land -fsales held by
A'At the^'clpse or^j^ia fls'&l ^ear, 4.904,
:tfte state*-ff Mlnrie^ta had sold during
previous years, ieuv&agreaie of i,946,
892.34 acres of school land at an average
price of $6.26 an acre.
The following -figures cover the land
sales held b0y6 Auditor Iverson for the
presen year, in the- fall of 1905 and
price per acre, Jfr.SjJ lotai cash paid at
time of salea^$%,5'g7.6i $ whichlH32,-
2,%4lwas princlpai aihdri22,364.6-.8
There were^'TffZSg^ purchasers at these
sales. Of thse purchasers, 358 gave
their *|b4dw^.*Aojtipio^-the ommty \h
jfhich'laril %as ^reb^s^dj and "&4X. ga.va
their Address as within the county
44,430.65 acres were sold to outside
Lands were sold at these sales to par
ities from New York, Ohio, Indiana, Mich
igan, Illinois, Texas, Missouri, Iowa, Ne
braska, Wisconsin^, Colorad6, Washing
ton, 'Oresoh, Montana, North Dakota,*
(South Dakota and Canada.
in every way. Spe
cial for Friday....
SHERIFF OILS HIS YIN
IIOR SLO W TlXPAYEfiS
Acre sold, 116,652.31
is prohable' that the: rumble of the
wheels of Sheriff Dreger's tax collection
van will soon be heard in the land and
that the goods of delinquent personal
property taxpayers will be seized and
whirled away to be sold at auction later
The sheriff's van campaign of three
years ago had a nios't salutary offect and
the dread, of the van has remained w,ith^
the taxpayer Who is inclined to be sonie
what.slow.^or tp .dode_|ax payments.
The effect is beginning to wear -rin*,-
however, and t^ls.year the payments are rea'fttfainj**orSer'^roblbltlnK hlnT
coming in slowfy. The sheriff has^a Jarge^#^ie8t% his WtiXy,
'Bot Ptoies 732.
BOUT ELL'S GOOD FURNITURE.
Some Splendid (Bargains
1 For Friday Only
Genuine Ce&itier Vouch
Karpen constnic^ori, eovered with genuine Al leather (no imitation), uphols-
tered with hair'a^d^fo ss^Vt^orth $50* Special for (fr^O fhfk
Friday only., ,?i.. /w .v ..v......
A heavy S-in^h. post Brass ,^Bedv*^--^ w^t^/l -V -*p,'*^..:V^c-t"'.n.'-ft
ished.in either^the bright kfoffleffi ^fP
ESTABLISHED if* 1871.
Largest, Home, Hotel -and Club Fmrn/shers In tme, Nortihrest,
A Minneapolis Institution Owned by MijBfnmap&li* Pmaph
number of warrants and he proposes ti
see, that the taxes are paid..or sometliink
happens to the elusive' taxpatj-er.
"^Ve hive been waiting* nabout long
enough," said Mr. Dreger tWay "Now
we are planning on doing something.
The van is the most effective method- of
collecting or levying and that's what we
will have to resort to if payments don't
come faster within the next few days."
You can exchange your dollars and
cents with H. G. Neal'for awnings and
tents. 245 Hennepin avenue.
RECOVERS HER DAUGHTER.
$rfl. Louise SUras, jrtiose Uttle daughter $til
dr^d Is alleged ,io have' been kidnapped
*mtril ro$5odown and $1 per week.' :_.
T, '-w Gdlden, Weathered Oak or Mahogany
hUBks, foot end a 7S e..w^rr*nte
siJast Tuesday. reeov6)red:iethyb
the little girl at Newport, Minn.,
,w^efe teft in care of*Sllvas'
er-. HProdeeaihgs' -will probably1
the court had Issue* a
hln from vlsif"
Experience count anything with you
Then what do you think of 60 years'
experience with Ayer's Sarsaparillat
Sixty years of curing thin blood, weak
nerves, general debility! We wish you would ask your own doctor about
this. Ask him to tell you honestly what he thinks it will do for your case.
Then do precisely as he says. #}&&t^lJM^LJ^9
I really a wholesome arid. natural temperance drink (containing only 33^
percent of alcohol), that promotes digestion and enriches the blood. It is a
thousand times better for the hximan stomach and nerves than dyspepsia creating
concoctions like coffee and pink tea. Dr. Pasteur calls it "a veritable food product,"
and Dr. Wm. L. Beebee, Surgeon for Jas. J. Hill's Great Northern Railway
System, says: Beer is surely a food, by reason of its ingredients, and its mod-
erate USC IS not at all injurious to the health of adult persons/' Peerl^SS has
attained its commanding superiority because it has been brewed for over 50 years
by the "Gund N4tttfttl PPaceSS,,'
best clubs, cafes-aad-botete keep it oottstaotly. Be^ ^ct 'phone us today and have a
case delivered to your home.
^t .i^J OSSSBOSX
jjuo-wi-o, av iBXtn qlQ) 9***
HO 7 7 $ZQ $35, $40 an-^ $50^
V*yl!- Easy terms of payment.
Will be paid for information
leading to the arrest and con
viction of any person who cuts
the wires or cables or otherwise
injures the property or inter
feres with the service of this
Telephone Exchange Co.
I H. J. PETTENQILL, President
Why keep the "don't need things"
4 and worry about the "can't get
4 things?" A Journal want ad nego- 4
$ tiates a trade.
and is bc| 1 Only at the brewery. The
cwing Co., a Crosse, Wis.
j Manager Minneapolis Branch,
1507-1519 Sixth Street Seuth, linieapillf, IltiL
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