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Theseare the hot{
summer days when"
theworkand worry
of either home or
office 'becomes*
almost unendura-
ble. Tired nerves
and a weary body,
irritated by sleep
lessness and worn
by the heat, seem
unable to do their
c^uty any longer.
This is a danger
ous condition.
You must refresh
Ml
, and invigorate your
system, cleanse
and purify your
blood by taking
IRON-OX
Tiny
Tonic
Tablets
-the strength
builders
tiny little tablets
in chocolate coats
that willstrengthen
and revive you
cleansingtheblood, buildingthenerves, and supplying the
vim and vigor that
you need to per
form your daily
work. They bring
quiet nerves and
sound sleep.
A laxative, re
member,not a cath
artic.
OLD MUEDEItEK CAPTURED.
St. Louis, June 11.John B. Mundy, -who it
la charged murdered bis wife ten years ago in
Toledo, Ohio, is under arrest here. Mundar
was arrested here on' tiie same charge in'. 1895
and taken to Toledo, but escaped from jail thefts.
Mundoy will-return to Toledo without requisition
papers. He has been working at the world's fair
grounds under the name of Dell Lewis.
BSPSB^^
THURSDAY EVENING,
RAILROADS.
CHEAP ,WflOD'S JIS
Processes by Which'Soft Wqods Are
'., Treated for Use as Bail- *?
road Ties.
Government Bulletin Shows That
Actual Gain in Life of. - %
Ties Is Made. *\ *
Necessity has been the mother of an
Invention for the preserving of cheap tim
bers to replace high grade woods. The
invention is Ijeing exploited by the bureau
of forestry at^S&shington. The rapid dis
appearance of American timbers has de
veloped the method of ecomony. Waete
ful and continued cutting has resulted in
the rap id disappearance of such woods
as white oak, formerly the only wood used
for railro ad ties. I t never occurred to
the railroad managers that the supply
would ever be insufficient. Forestry can
not make up immediately for the waste
and it is essential that high grade timber
when cut b e put to its highest use and
that low grade stuff be utilized where
possible. This economy the bureau has
persistently urged. B y every available
means it has attempted to find uses for
woods not now regarded as merchantable
and to substitute such woods for woods
rarer, but better known. The railroads
have been impressed with the necessity
for such a substitution. Lodgepole pine
in the northwest' has been laid as ties
during the past year instead of bu ll pine.
Shortleaf and loblolly ties will probably
soon replace those of longleaf in Missis
sippi, Louisiana and Texas. Hemlock and
tamarack may take the place of oak and
pine in other parts of the countryan d
when oak is used at all for ties it will
be the inferior species instead of the
valuable white oak.
The substitution of low grade for high
grade timbers depends on timber preserv
ation. Special treatment must so prolong
the life of the inferior timbers, and a t a
cost so small a s to make the Investment
a good one.
I n the first of a series of bulletins on
problems in timber preservation just is
sued by the bureau of forestry a s Bulle
tin 41, "Seasoning of Timber," by Her
mann von Scfrrenk, the seasoning which
precedes the preservation treatment is
dealt with. Dr. "Von Schrenk's seasoning
experiments have already developed facts
of very considerable importance.
Sold In little aluminum
boxea50 tablets in choco
late coats, 35 cents. For
sale in all drug stores or
sent by The Iron-Ox Rem
edy Co., Detroit, Mich , on
receipt of 25 c
I n Bear Canyon, Gallatin county, Mon
tana, and at Sheridan, Wyo., th_ season
ing tests with lodgepole pine, begun last
summer in co-operation with the Burling
ton railroad, will be continued under the
direction of Reynolds -Hill. Experiments
in seasoning and preserving longleaf pine
ties will be carried on on a large scale
at Silsbee, Texas.
N.-W. MUST REFRIGERATE
Must Keep Butter and Eggs Cool, Says
I&
Advantage of Seasoning. J
The main advantages of seasoning tim
ber are that seasoned timber lasts longer,
since the water in green timber is neces
sary to the life of decay-producing fungi
that it greatly increases the effectiveness
of the preservative treatmentan d that
by reducing the weight of timber it
causes a corresponding saving in freight.
One of the interesting facts brought out
by Dr. Von Schrenk is that high grade
timbers like white oak and longleaf pine,
being much denser than timbers of low
grade, are not so readily penetrated by
the preservative fluid and that it is ,
therefore, more economical to treat low
grade, porous wood like beech, which or
dinarily lasts only four or five years, than
a high grade timber. Beech so treated
has outlasted oak several times. For a
similar reason, "i t would be a great
waste." says Dr. Von Schrenk, "t o at
tempt the treatment of white oak or long
leaf pine, when better results will be ob
tained by using loblolly pine or red oak."
Experiments Being Made.
The American Telegraph and Telephone
company is experimenting thru, the bureau
with methods of lengthening the lasting
power of cedar and chestnut poles.
R. R. Commission.
The North-Western is the loser in the
refrigerator service matter. The state rail
road commission requires the road to es
tablish refrigerator service at least once
a week in June, July, August and Septem
ber each year, beginning June 20. 1903, be
tween Burr. Yellow Medicine county, and
Lake Benton, Lincoln county, and the twin
cities. The Omaha company will handle
the business between Mankato and St .
Paul.
The order applies from territory ad
jacent to Watertown, S . D., to the twin
cities. The commission finds that the ter
ritory named in the complaint produces
a large quantity of butter and eggs and
other perishable merchandise which is
properly tributary to the twin cities as a
market. I t also finds that large quan
tities of such merchandise are shipped
from that territory to the cities ctf Water
town, S. D., Mankato and Chicago, and
that refrigerator car service is furnished
between those points. St . Paul and Min
neapolis are therefore discriminated
against and a just and reasonable car
service should be furnished.
SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Mr. Biabon Talks of the New G. N. Steam
THEY WON'T PARTICIPATE
Epworth League Rate Doesn't Suit East-
ern and Central Lines.
'Eastern and central lines believe that
the Chicago-twin city roads should have
allowed them a voice in the rate matter
which was adjusted Tuesday in StJ Paul
The one-way fare to meet the Soo rate
to Detroit for the Epworth league con
vention is the ciuse of the trouble. A t
the regular meeting of the Central Pas
senger association in Chicago yesterday
the members voted that they would not
participate in the rate, and /one of the
number favored the throwing from the
train of such passengers as' presented
these tickets.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL !
S. L. Bean, resigned. J. F. Cutler, general fore
man of the Mandan shops, has been appointed
to succeed Wheatley as master mechanic of the
Olendive shops. Mr. Wheatley has risen from
the ranks. John Jackson, who has been fore
man of the machine shops in this pity, has been
appointed .to'ihe position-of general* foreman of
tho Livingston-.'Most.,- shops. y-rv- 5K*.
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BURLINGTON BONDS' '
J. P. Morgan & Co.' have announced that the
holders of a large majority of the Burlington
mortgage seven per cent bonds, falling due July
1, 1003, have agreed to extend them until July
1, 1006, with interest at four per cent per an
num, and that they have deposited their bonds
accordingly. The time for depositing has been
extended to June 25. '
Every depositor will receive in cash one-half
of one per cent upon the par value of the bonds
so extended, and may. qt the same time present
the interest coupons, due July 1, 1003, and re
ceive payment in cash without rebate. All bonds
not so extended will be purchased by Morgan &
Co. at par and accrued Interest July 1, 1903.
B. B . OOMMI88IONKBS' MEETING
Washington, June 11.A call has been Issued
for the fifteenth annual convention of the-Na
tional Association of Railway Commissioners at
Portland, Ma., July 14. The subjects to be
taken up are grade crossings, classification of
operating anfdc construction expenses, taxes and
planesr fo'r ascertaining faif valuations of railroad
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ati on of classification and sim -
plification of tariff sheets, railroad statistics,
legislation needed, safety appliances, rates and
rate-making, and forms of reports of electric
railways. -. - ,
MAY ADVANCE COAL RATES.
The Milwaukee has been given permission to
make a temporary advance ijv soft coal rates
r*W Duluth to Southern Minnesota division
points between Delevan and Airlie, and from
Duluth-40 stations on the Hastings & Dakota
from Hopkins to Renville. This will be made
permanent, after a thoro examination of the
general coal and lumber rate question in - the
state, if the railroad commission deems it
politic. The concession allows the company an
advance of from 5 to 40-cents a ton, with an
average, of about 25 cents.
NEW ROADS FOR WISCONSIN.
Two new Wisconsin roads filed articles of in
corporation yesterday. The Phillips, Keqbar.
& Chippewa Falls will run from Phillips to
Chippewa Falls thru Price, Taylor and Chippewa
counties, about seventy-five miles. The right
of way of the Phillips & La Crosse line from
Phili ps to Kennan has been acquired. The
other company, the Superior & Southeastern, will
operate a line from Pratt, about sixty miles
thru Ashland and Sawyer counties, to a junction
with the Chippewa Valley & Northwestern.
. MR. WHITNEY T0~G0 HOME
It is intended to move F. I. Whitney, gen
eral passenger agent of the Great Northern, from
the Hotel Nicollet to his home in St. Paul to
day. H e was taken 111 Tuesday on his way to
a conference with General Passenger Agent
W. R. Callaway of the Soo, in company with
General Passenger Agent C. S. Fee of the North
ern Pacific. As the train entered the Union
station Mr. Whitney became faint from stomach
trouble and was at once carried to the Nicollet,
where he has remained in charge of V. D. Jones,
local passenger agent.
MINNESOTA TRANSFER MEETING
F. E. Ward, general manager of the Great
Northern C. E. Goodnow of the Rock Island, and
A. W. Trenholm of the Omaha, were elected
directors of the Minnesota Transfer company
yesterday. The directors met for a few moments
and adjourned to June 25, when a successor to
former President J. M. Gruber will be elected.
The directors are G. P. Lyman, S. C. Stickney,
E. D. Sewell, C. E., Goodnow, A. W. Trenholm.
L. F. Day, E. Pennington, Thomas Cooper, F. E.
Ward, H. F. Whitcomb.
M. & ST. L. DIVIDEND
The Minneapolis & St. Louis directors have
declared the regular semi-annual dividend of 2 %
per cent on both common and preferred stock,
payable July 15. Books close June 30 and open
July 18. The rumor that decrease In earnings
would prevent the payment of dividends is said
to have caused the recent decline in common.
OPEN TO KANSAS CITY, KAN .
__ The Great Western service to Kansas City
Kan., was resumed to-day and from that point
passengers will be ferried to KansasCentralyCitk
Mo., as they are by other roads.
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addition, $1,1 o0.
Minneapolis Trust company to Charles J. Hed
wall, lots 120 ad 131, Minnetonka Beach. $650.
Mae Alice Lucy and husband to Andrew
Holewa, lot 8, block 18, Bottineau'sRobert addition,
$ooo.
Wm. O Florv ad1 wifa e to Charles E. Johnson,.
$200 Andrew Bergquist's addition,
Tr^?Se2.e
frame street
house,
*$2,700t.-
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I ving avenue, frame
dwelling,'$3,000.
Lucy R. Hamley. 111-113 W Thirty-second
street, brick flats. $6,000.
Eleven minor permits, $2,995.
Total, $54,645. v
Tobias Wold. 1821 Thirteenth avenue S, frame
dwelling. $4,300.
Mary O. McCora, 1616 Emerson avenue N :
frame dwelling (double). $3,000.
C. T. Wembold, 3038 Emerson avenue S, frame
dwelling, $4,000.
Mary Odigard. 1034 Knox avenue N, frame
dwelling, $1,825,
- Evans , 3149 James avenue S, frame
dwelling, $3,000.
Carrie White 3133 James avenue S, frame
dwelling, $2,80.0
Mary A. Clark 2418 Pillsbury avenue, frame
dwelling. $3,000.
Ten minor permits, $1,690. .
Total, $23,615.
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Special to The Journal. ..
Tacoma, Wash., June 11.Joseph W .
Biabon. fourth vice president and gen
eral traffic manager for the Great North
ern railway, who has been on the coast
for the past week, accompanied by a large
party of lumbermen from the middle west,
has started east again. Mr . Biabon spent
a day in Tacoma and in speaking of the
new steamships being built for the Great
Northern road said: "I ha.ve heard many
rumors since I came to the coast a s to
the home port of the new steamers. Our
terminals are all at Seattle and that is
where the vessels will sail from. I f w e
cannot get full cargoes a t Seattle, w e may
find it necessary to have them call at Ta
coma, or Everett, also. The new steamers
will be on Puget sound not later than
April 15, 1904." Mr . Blabori
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS&.
Minneapolis Trust companv- tM o Charles . Hed
wall. lot 130, Minnetonkca Beach. S250
Simo G. Mahludm1 wife to Charles .Tannev.
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Marvelous, Economic Bargain Friday!
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Three Stupendous and Unparalleled Suit Propositions:
2,000 standard $20, $18, $1?, and $14 guaranteed Men's and Young Men's Suits, in
every fabric, color, shape, style or size, fashonable, high-grade, premanently (I* | A
shaped close fitting collar garments at, choice for. . - ... . . . . . % P 1 U
$12.50 Washington Mills black clay worsted Suits, thoroughly hand'tail- * f. s\ ^
ored and carefully fashioned, in stouts, slims and regulars, at . . . %pOV^
$10 indigo blue serge Suits, strong and durable materials, serge lined, g fifi
princely garments at, choice for , . /. . . . . . . .-,:. . , *Pi5.UU
Men's skeleton serge
coats, blue and black, at.
Fast colored office coats,
sateens and twills, at .. .
Outing suits in wool crashes and flannel,
single and double breasted, neat d* BP
effects, worth $8.50, at......... &0
Men's canvas and linen outing shoes in
white and colors, all shapes, f\ O
worth to $2.50, at V O t
Young men's suits, odd lots and discon
tinued lines,,.splendid all wool materials,
single and double breast- D ^ O S
ed, worth to $6, at ^X.Vu
Boys' bike pants, all wool cassimere and
cheviots, double seat, sizes 6 2A/T
to 12 years, worth to $1.25, at O V C
Boys' all wool knee pants, sizes 4 to 15,
hip pockets, taped seams, 50c ^ Kr*
qualities, at,... **%J\*
Children's combination wash suits, hand
some stripes, dots and plain Tg-,
colors, worth 75c, at uuv
Children's wash pants, fast | EJ^r
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colors, full cut, worth 25c, at..
Boys' fast black stockings,
length, wide rib, worth 20c,
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BUILDING PERMITS.'
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Helen Adams, 4532 Washburn avenue S, frame
dwelling, $1,000.
Qrln P. Bailey. 131 Orlln avenue SE, brick and
frame dwelling. $2,500.
Andrew J. Eide. 600
frame dwelling, $1,800.
B. B. Utter. 2550 Monroe street NE
dwelling, $2,000.
Concrete Elevator, company Dearborn
and Twenty-first avenue SE, power
$15,000. ^
D. Stanford. 320372 Irvinrg avenue S, frame
dwelling-,
- $13.00 to Indianapolis.
$13.00 to Chicago.
Tickets on sale June 13th and 14th.
$23.90 to Toronto.
$23.50 to Buffalo.
$27.50 to Albany.
$29.00 to Boston.
$27.50 to Montreal.
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Tickets on sale June 11th to 26th.
- All tickets good on Great Western Limited.
For further information apply to
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smart's
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Kalkhoff, undivided % N % lot 13, block 1,
Remington's addition, ?650.
Frank J Wilcox et al. to John J. Kevelin.
lot 7, block 30, East Side addition, $500.
Eugene A. Merrilsl and wife to Bertha B.
Lewis, .S% lo0t 13m.i block 1, Remington's addi
tion, $1,300.
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Anna O. Vanderbrgh to Mary O. McCrea. lot
12, block 26, Gale's subdivision, $1,000.
Stella G. Pase to Fred D. McMillen. in block
6, Wells, Sampson & Bell's addition. $25,000.
James F. Chaffee, and wife to Alexander V.
Ostrom, in block 76, Town of Minneapolis,
$13,200. w -
Mathias Schmoller and wife to~ Mary Haeg,
lots 5 to 9, 16 to 19, Sabine Lyndale" Garden
lots. $2,500.
William Peet to James E. Green, lots 1 and 2,
block 2, first division of Remington Park, $1,200.
Fred Foell to Louis Qluck, undivided one-sev
enth of ^V of lot 2, block 2, Town of St . An
thony, $2 .
George L. Scott and wife to John G. Gluck,
lot 9, block 7, Lyndale Avenue addition, $1,500.
Robert H. Brent to 'Girard Investment com
pany, block 49, Remington's second addition.
$5",000.
August Benson to Joseph Hessell, lot 3, block
2, Boulevard addition, $1,000.
Nanny Rice et al. to Robert H. Brent, block
4, Remington's second addition $5,000.
W. H. Johnson. and wife to August Benson,
lot 3, block 2, Boulevard addition, $1,000.
WILL PROPOSE A COMPROMISE
Minnesota line representatives met yesterday
in St. Paul to discuss coal and lumber rates
preceding the hearing by the railroad commis
sion June 18. Rates were considered informally
and another meeting will .be held. It is stated
that the roads will offer-* a compromise, or a
seventy per cent allowance ot the reduction
acked by the state commissioners.
HillilCHAircra I N N . P . SHOPS
Brainerd, Minn., Jnne ll!A circular has been
issued appointing A. W. Wheatley,
master mechanic of -the Northern Pacific shops
at Grlendive to the.position of superintendent
of the Brainerd shops, succeeding Superintendent
Joseph Schmidt to Marie Wienholfc, lot 7 and
part of lot 6, block 3, Sheldon's subdivision,
$900.
Letitia C. Parker et al. to Thomas W . Whin
yates, lot 13, block 1, Baker's second addition,
$2,800.
John B. Larson to James R. Wait, part of lot
1, block 19/ South Side addition. $900^
Noah Schanfleld and wife to William D. Wash
burn. Jr., part of lot 5, block 180. Town of. Min
neapolis, $3,000. , V
Sarah L. Hough and 'husband to Ann Stark,
lot 2, block 2, Grover's addition, $2,300.
Mae- Alice Lucy arid husband to Joseph Sisko,
nw^ lot 9, block 18. Bottineau's additori, $325.
William D. Wasnburn', Jr:, and wife to Noah
Schanfleld, lots 8, 9'and 10, block 6, Morrison ~&
Lovejoy's addition, $6,000.
Delia B. Bayless and husband to Peter J. Sam-
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lot 2, block 23, Town of St. Anthony, ibo.
Carrie E. Lovejoy to Wm. C. Palmer, lot 15
Mock 5, Russell's third addition, $365.
Frank F. Flemming and wife to Arno B.
Liebig,
lote23.
block 31, Sibley
r.J$?e
v expressed him-
self as well satisfied with traffic condi
tions and said that there would" lira, n p
more shortage of cars on the west end
of the line.
Carrie W. Kalkhoff and husband to Eugene A.
Merrill, lot 3, block 1, Remington's addition,
$2,750.
Mary K. Sieg and husband to . Michael
Meagher, lot 3, block 12, (Sale's subdivision,
MONEY ALWAYS CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
$1.00
39c
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L. C. RAINS, Gen'l Agent,
Cor. Nicollet Ave. and Fifth St., fljnneapolis.
son and wife, lot 5, block 9, Menage's supple
ment, $1,600. , ^
C. Pullen and wife to E. A. Sanborn, lot 6,
block 2, Broat & Bvoat's rearrangement, $i50.
Nick Durben and wife to Josephine Rodner
arid husband, lot 22, block 3, subdivision of lots
in Feir.int's first addition, $450.
Emelene M. Brown..to Rella J. Reynolds, part
of lot 5. block 18, Qummings & Brptt'B addi
tion. $200. , _ ' . . . .
Alice McMiillen to Stella G. Page block 4,
Turner & Warnock's first addition, fl.500.
Four minor and unpublished deeds, $l,92i.
Total, 41 deeds, $80,352.
Pierre H. Robinson and wife to Peter Wflmes,
lot 6. block 6, Village of Osseo, $350.
Lillian I. Yarnell and husband to E. A. Wede
meier, lot 1, block 8, Remington's second addi
tion, $2,800. , . . - ,, . . _
Marv E. Stevens to Daniel A. Small, lot 3,
Mock *3, Herick's adition,. $850.
E."P. George and wife to Christine Stene, lots
7 and 13, block 1, 'Torrance's rearrangement,
$1,600.
additionf,
$700.
Alic Luc y and husband to Joht Matura ,
SE% lot , block 18, Bottineau's addition
$325.
Charles A. Quist and ,wife to Melchior A.
Scheldrup, lot 17, block 19, Forest Heights,
$1,500.
Frances S. Cairns and husband to Frank J.
Simon, lot 31. s% lot 2. block 12. Prospect Park
second division rearrangement,. $300.
Horace C. Hovcy and wife to Agnys H. Papst.
lot 18, part lot 9, Hainlin's addition, $2,000.
' Richard Neisingh and wife to Margaret Rob
erts, lot 9, block 6, Ramsey, Lockwood and oth
ers' addition. $250.
T Margaret Roberts and Estelle Neisingh, lot 9,
Woman's
pure. The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must
pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger,
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. ^ The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This
great and wonderful*- '.'-* Vv^X.S- v .
remedy is alwa**l^f ^ F
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appliedexternally,and '''# MmWMM M l W+ Cfr
has carried thousands M WM WW Iff l#ff ..,,, ^ 9
of women through
block 6, Ramsey, Lockwood and others' addition,
$250. .'. . :
Campbell L. Bailey to E. E. McDermott, part
lots 4, 3 and 6, block 5,' University addition,
$3,800.
Alfred F. Pillsbury (admr.) et al. to Richard
Neisingh, lot 9, block 6, Ramsey, Lockwood and
others' addition, $250.
Ludwig W. Harmsen and husband to John H.
McKenzie, lot 10, block 1, Chicago avenue ad
dition, $450.
Ellen M. Emerson and husband to Minnesota
Baptist State convention, in section 23, township
117, range 24, $2,300
Letitia C. Parker et al. to John W. Mealey,
block 6, West Minneapolis Heights, $750.
John A. Collier and wife to Augustus W. Mil
lard, undivided one-half of lots 11 to 15, Mitch
ell, White & Vogt's addition, $800.
Orrin L. Door to A. G.. Holmdale, lot 7,
block 44, Remington's Second addition, $165.
A. Enghetry and wife to A. E. Benjamin et al.
lot 61, Minnetonka Beach, $665.
George M. Moulton and wife to Walter L.
Badger, lot 3, block 6, J. G. Lennon's addition,
$250.
James Pratt and wife.to Josephine Abraham
son et al., lot 10, block il. Excelsior addition,
$2,000.
The Syndic to Walter P. Andrews and wife,
lot 10. block 9. J. T. Blaisdell's revised addi
tion. $1,700.
Chrisman O. Hansen and wife to Victor Ro
man, part of lots 5 and 11, North Shore Cottage
Acres, $500. - #
Five minor and unpublished deeds, $1,802.
Total, 26 deeds, $26,332. i? r t
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JUNE. 11, 1903.
Boys* and children's large shaped sailor
straw hats, in small and medium brim
yachts and crash fedoras, ,.'..- *"% *\*y
worth to 65c, at .'."., ^Ot
Boys' white duck crash
golf yacht caps worth
50c, at
Boys' golf shirts, fancy stripes, new
colorings, with 2 detached '^Or
collars worth 50c, at.
Boys' vacation overalls,
with bib, sizes 3 to 12,
at. Men's nobby pearl hats, the $3.50, $3.00,
$2.50 and $2.00 sort, t | A A
great value at *P 1 ""
Men's shop caps, in black and 'Ir*
white twills, worth 10c, at O v
Patent self-opening umbrellas, 26 and
28-inch, heavy twill covering, Lf\r*
worth $1.00, at U V C
Boston style silk elastic garters, *"] f*
in all colors, at / C/
100 styles men's roll plate link |Q,
cuff buttons, worth to 75c, at.. 1 V t
Fancy shield bows, handsome brocaded
silks and satins, worth 25c, t *^sy
for.......... I ^ C
cavalry
10c
Men's lisle web suspenders,
rusting sliding buckle, worth
to 50c, for IOC
1,000 doz. men's seamless hose in plain
blacks and tans, also silk em- g? _
broidered, worth to 20c, at O C
Men's plain white and fancy hemstitched
border handkerchiefs, large size, *5
yachts and
23c
r
choice, at j
blue denim,
Scriven's full elastic seam Pepperell jean
drawers, the $1.00 quality, A g
for only TOC
19c
Initial fob chains, Roman finish, splen
did quality silk ribbon, at ^P-
choice for ^uC
Odd lots of men's summer underwear
derby ribbed, plain and fancy | A ^
colors, at choice for 1 V W
Men's plaited golf shirts with lace in
sertion, famous brand, at '"JOr*
choice for ^yL
Boys' and young men's tennis oxfords
and shoes in new colors, 10r*'
Boys' sailor suits, Norfolk suits and 2-
piece suits, in fancy cheviots, mixed
cassimeres,as well as serges (I? f /C|"|
sizes 3 to 16, worth $4, at %P I - U V
Electric Lighted Observa
tion Care to Portland, Ore., via
Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific Express
Fargo.Helena, Butte, Spokane,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland
Fargo and Leech Lake Local
St. Cloud, Little Falls, Brain
erd, Walker, Bern idji, Fargo...
Dakota and Manitoba Express
Fergus Falls, Wabpeton,
Moorhead, Fargo, (Mandan
Dally Ex. Sunday),' Crookston,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg
"Duluth Short Line"
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Cedar Falls, Waterloo. Marl 10:00 am
shalltnwn. DPS Monies, 8:OOpm
St. Joseph, Kansaa City..! 10:45 pm
Red Wing. Roehester.Osage.)
Northneld. Mankato |
- p m
*7:05
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am
Hayfleld, Austin. Lyle. Ma
son City
am
f5:20
pm
pm
*7:00
TRAINS TO
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR
Dally. tEx. Sunday.
NOTE All trains use the Union Station, St.
Paul, and Union Station in Minneapolis.
TIPIfCT flECIPF 19 NICOLLET BLOCK.
p.m.m M. & o.o ml :
Ticket Office. 000 Nicollet. Phone, 240 Main.
*Ex. Sun. Others Daily.l Leave. | Arrive.
7:50 ami 10:20 pm
10:20 pm 5:20 pm
5:35"pml 10:00 am
Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison.
ChicagoAtlantic Express..
ChicagoFast Mail
Northwestern Limited
Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison.
Duluth, Superior, Ashland..
Wausau. V. du I.ac, Gr. Bay
Twilight Limited
DulutS, Superior, Ashland..
Elmore, Algona, Des Moines
Su. City. Su. Falls. Mitchell.
Huron, Itedflel'l, Pierre....
Su. City, Omaha, Kan. City.
New Ulm. St. Jemes... .". ...
Watertown, Huron, Bedfield
Des Moines, Mitchell, Su. F.
Omaha Limited
Su. City, Omaha,-Kan. City.
Burlington Route
Leaveforl
7:30 am
4:00 pm|
7:10 am|
0:30 am.
*7:10 am
9:30 am
*4:20 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Office. 300 Nic. Phone, Main 860. Union Depot.
Leave. |aDaily. hEx.'Sun. cSun. only.| Arrive
b
: 9:00am|St. Cloud, Fargo, Gd. Forks|b
bl0.00am|..Tintah. Aberdeen, Fargo, .jb 5:
all-OlamlFLYEH TO PACIFIC COAST|al0:10pm
blO :00am Willmar, Sioux Falls. Fargo, I
I Watertown, Sioux City b 5
b 3:05pm].Princeton, Milaca, Duluth.|bl2
b 6:10pm ..Wayzata and Hutchinson.. |b 8
a 6:02pm .Montana and Pacific Coast.ja 2::15pm
a 8:45am .".Minn, and Dak. Express.. |a 6
a 8:40pm Fargo, Gd. Forks, Winnipeg!a 7::10aim
a 8.40pm|Willmar, Sioux Falls, Yank-I
ton, Sioux City a 7
b 9:30am
b 3:05pm
all :47pm
:/
No woman's happi
ness can be complete
without children it
is her nature to love
and want them
as much so as
it is to love the
,-,,... beautiful and
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9:35 pm
*8:10 pm
8:10 pm
*8:lo pm
8:10 pm
Lv. Depot. 3d and Washington avs S. Ar.
9U5 ami Pacific Fxpress. daily
6:S5 pm| Atlantic Limited, dally
Depot. 5th and Washington avs N.
6:00 pm
9:30 am
6:30 pm]... Dakota Express. Ex.
S:oO am Bhinelander Local. Ex.
10:35 am
8:45 am
8:45 am
S:30.pm
^BRlifNIftTWPN
8:10 am
:40pm :40pm :55am
Minneapolis to Duluth
. 328
zEx.Sunday.
Nicollet av. Phone, 122.
xEx.Sat.| Leave. 1 Arrive.
Chicago, l-a X., Milwaukee.. |* 7:50am|*10:30pm
Milw'kee, La Crosse, Winonaj* 2:2upm * 3:20pm
Chicago,. La X., Milwaukee..!* 7:00pm
CHICAGO "PIONEER" LTD|* 9:00pm|* 8:00am
Chicago, La X... Milwaukee. .|*l:25pm|*12:01pm
Northneld, Farlbo, zK. City|*. 8:20am|* S:20pm
Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque.I* 3:50pmj* 9:30am
Northneld, Faribault, Austi.lz 7:15pm|zll:15am
La- Crosse, Dubuque, Rk Islfz 7:50am|zl0:3tii
Ortonvllle, Milbank, Aberdeenjz 9:25amjj5 5:45pm
Ortonville, xFargo, Aberdeen!* 7:00pm|* 7:00am
Minnetonka trains leave Minneapolis z5:30 pm
leave Minnetonka, z7:45 am.
" 'OFFICE, 322 NICOLLET AV.
i Phones. N.W. 2147: T.C. 623.
Trains leave and arrive Milwaukee Depot Daily.
n
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office. 5th and Nicollet, Minneapolis.
Depot, Washington and 10th av S. Tel. M. 262.
Leave
10:45
am
*10:45
Arrive
1:50
1! S i
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i
| Leave |
*Ex. Sunday. Others Daily. |Min'polis.|Min'
Arrive
polls.
Kenyon. Dodge Center. I 7:40 am
Oelwein. Dubuque, Free-] 8:00 pm
port, Chicago and East.. |*10:45 pm
pm
10:40 pm
8:00 am
1:25 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 am
1:25 pm
7:55 am|
4:55 pmj
7:30 am
10:55 am
7:40 am!
4 35 pmj
Eagle Grove. Fort Dodge..| *7:40 am| 8:00 pm
* 8:35 *6:50
am
HINNEAPOUS & Wub.aadHen.Avl
ST. 10UIS B. B.
11:20 am
aS:00 pm
NU:olgr.T"
Phone No. 225. St. Louis Depot.
aEx. Sun. Others Daily. | Leave. | Arrive
. |a 8:47 am
Watertown and Storm Lake
Express
Omaha. Des Moines, Kan
sas City, Mason City and|
Marsha 11town |a 9:25 am
Estherville and Madison.. 6:15 pm
"NORTH STAR LIMITED-'
Chicago and St, Louis..
Peoria Limited
Omaha and Des Moines
Limited
a 5:15 pm
a 6:50 put
10:00 am
7:45 pm
8:35 pm
8:15 am
7:25 am
Best Line to
Chicago and St. Louis
Stations. |Ar. fr.m
7:30 am
Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqne
and Chicago, daily j .
Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque
and St. Louis, daily
Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqne
Chicago and St. Ixmis, daily
8:26 pm
8:00 pm
*7:35 ami
5:35 pm!
7:55 am
5:00 pm
10:00 am
Ticket office. 414 Nicollet. Tel. Main 543 T.C.5i
Minneapolis. St. Panl & Sanlt Ste.- Maris
1:20 pm
i
1:20 pm
7:30 am
Sun 17:30 am
Sun..[6:05 pm
WISCONSIN CtNTRAl BY.
T n ?S MILWAnKEE ana CHICAGO
-- ..' Leavft 7:25 a.m and 7:05 p. m. dally.
Arrive 8:50 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. daily.
HOTELS
4::55pm
40pm
Kee - Way - Din
(The Korthwest Wind)
A favorite nook on famous Minnetonka, upon
the oid Hotel Cottagewood site. Splendid Flsb
Ine, Boating. Bathinr. Will be ready next
week. REASONABLE RATES. Inquire of
:50am
Henry Schcmbarg
:10am
45am 00pm
40pm
Hotel San Angelo, Minneapolis, flinn.
(lb:
6
6
jb! 2
Sle%per for 11:47 train ready at 9 p. m.
Chicago, Milwaukee &
*s S
Si.
CONEY ISLAND HOTEL
Paul itaiiwaq.
Ticket office
Daily.
R. ZEGLIN, Prop.
WACONIA, MINNESOTA, r^
The Healthiest Place on Earth.
Rates $2 per day, $8 to $10 per week.
USE OF ROW BOATS.
Every Woman
II
is Interested and should know
-* Marvel gSJ1-tl#tabou
Douchk
ASK TOCE DHCeaiSTFOBIT.
Ifhe cannotsupply the BARTEL,
accept no other, butsend stamp ' - V/w M 17
for Illustrated bookwaled. It
! ^ Nli-M s "Jt\~i~4
gives f.ill particulars and directions Inval
jableto ladies. -^~ '''$?*
MARVEL CO., Room 532Tlmea BuWIng, N. Y. '*"*
Sent by mall or express to any address,
prepaid, by
v E . H . WEINHOLD, DRUGGIST.
528 Nicollet or West Hotel Drug Store. SOU
Hennepin avenue.

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