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W ,*?f* SfSP fejf *-}"..*_ &- JA&: J-^ Men's New Fall Shoes Men's new fine patent leather Bluchers,the swellest in town. See these at, per fl|Q Eft Men's new gun metal calf, but ton. The newest in O Eft town. See these at ^ViVU Great sale men's fine sam- ft 4 pie $3.50 shoes, Saturday ^i"ttl Boys' Shoes Boys' solid wearing1 calf laca shoes, all A sizes rv Little gent calf shoestrong and serviceable, I pair $ 1 lOO Little cents' ealf lace A shoes, size to 13Ms I If South TH E SUNSHINE STftTE ^"J oui Geo. W. Snow, Springfield, S Frank Trumbo, Avon, S. D. Marcus P. Beebe, Ipswich, S. FAULK. -fe Ladies' Fine Fail Shoes Fine, large and elegant assortment of Ladies' New Patent Leather, Button Shoes, high art 9 ft A values, Saturday tpVilIU Great SpecialLadies' Fine Vici Kid Bluchers, extension sole, dull soft top, worth $3.00 a C* 1 pair, now ivO Great values in Ladies' Fine High Grade Shoes, flexible Boles, worth $3.00 a pair. See these on our tables. Now Ladies' New Gun Metal Button Boots and College Cut Kid Shoes, worth $4.00, now Men'B $2.50 box calf bluchers. Saturday. Children's Shoes Child's patent leather button, sizes 8ft to 11, 0 1 4 3 Misses' fine $2.00 vici kid but ton with a dull top, $ I 1 sizes lift to 2 VlliW Infants' fine kid lace, sizes 2 to 5, Saturday 227 NICOLLET AVE. Double amount of M. & O. Trading Stamps with all cash purchases of $1.00 or over if you30EXTRA bring this coupon Saturday, and We Have the Reputation and Endeavor to Keep It. Anticipating a larger business than ever we are in a position this fall to show our friends and customers an almost unlimited assortment of men's ready-to-wear suits and overcoats, hats and caps, shirts and un- derwear, etc., at money-saving prices. M. & C. Trading Stamp Books including 50 Stamps given away Saturday. (Call and get one.) Absolute satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. ANDREW OLSON. A. A. M. CARLSON. Correct Tailors, Hatters, Furnishers and Good Clothiers. 227 Nicollet Ave. Near Wash.C?:~7 (&' The Real Estate Men's Association of South Dakota Located in the Following Banner Counties: AURORA. W. Woodward, White Lake, S. D. BONHOMME. BROWN. Brown Broa., Aberdeen, S. D. Frank G. Perry Land Co., Mansfield, S. D. Narregang Land Agency, Aberdeen, S. D. Eastern Brown County Immigration Co., Groton, S. O. K. McKenzle, Groton, S. D. EDMUNDS. D. J. A. PIckler, Faulkton, S. D. John J. Conway, Faulkton, S. C. B. Chambers, Faulkton, S. D. D. D. Warner Land Co., Faulkton, S. HUGHES. A. Llchtenwallner, Harold, S. D. W, Fidelity Land & Trust Co., Pierre, S. D. $. I. Jordan, Pierre, S. D. William W. Walte & Co., Blunt, S, JX Otis Land Co, Blunt, S. D. W. W. Morlan, Blunt, S. D. JERAULD. Veasey & Gengery, Wesslngton Springs, 8. D. ,:'.v SULLY. a *2 McCOOK. Swing A Dexheimer, Spencer, S. D. 8? F. Lundle, Salem, S. D. t- MINER. Prairie Home Land Co., Carthage, S. D. &'4 South Dakota Farm and Title Co., On Ida. S. D. Sully County Investment and Colonization Co., Onlda, S. D. DEUEL :tf. O. WIHlanw & Co., Clear Lake, 3. O. Everimg, FHaay ia snoes $1.50 Boots and $2.90 $1.98 Children's Shoes Misses' kid bluch- I 1 0 ers. sizes lift to 2 I I Ladies' low heel, patent-leath er, button, sizes 1 O 2ft to 5 9 |9U Ladles' low heel, lace, fine vici kid, sizes 2ft to I "J 5, Saturday VI I 39c FREE fcyiuq THE HOMESEEKER'S GOAL PROSPERITY, INDEPENDENCE, HAPPINESS Await the Settler in This Garden Spot of the GREAT NORTHWEST Where Crops Never Fall South Dakota's wheat crop this year bids fair to^be a record breaker, not aaaomy but in quality. The harvest is now over and the wheat Is being hauled tothe etevatore, which are filled to burstine- With few exceptions this wheat grades No. 1 bard the best wheat known to the market. The railroads are being taxed to tbeir ut- most capacity to transport this great crop to the markets. far fiUt Edkedlhaa40,j0Wln'y Mone Makingeinvestmentos forethamong r,nR Homeaeeker and write bl firms wh ar the memberInvestor, of BRULE. J. A. D. Stransky, Pukwana, S. D. CODINGTON. Bloom & Martin, Watertown, S. D. WALWORTH. Kingman Investment Co., Selby, 8. D. BEADLE. Wright Land Agency, Huron* S. D. C. E. Bryant & Co., Huron, S. D. C. C. Isenhuth, Huron, S. D. Union Land & Loan Co., Huron, 8. D. The Beadle County Abstract and Title Co., Huron, S. D. North American Loan &. Trust Co, Huron, S, D. Trevltt, Mattls & Abeil, Huron, S. D. HAND. Cralgo & Leyson, Miller, S. D. GREGORY. South Dakota Realty Co., Burke', S. D. HYDE. P. E. Gllllgan, High more, 8. D. Ford & Latta, Hlghmore, S. D. ''i--'-': South Dakota Land Co., Hlghmore, Sv*l3&i^PHONEST, KINGSBURY. M]-^ Waters Land & Loan Co., De Smet, S.-O. A. Johnson, Iroquois, S. D. MINNEHAHA. '-yJxt.^ K. 'Thompson & Co., Sioux Falls, .8. -D^ F. C. Whltehouse & Co., Sioux 'Falls, -.'.8t- D. SPINK. j.-,-.-S^tSNorth D. N. Hunt, Redfteld, S. D. Ezra Martin, Northvllle, S. D. A. J. Rlske, Doland, 8. D. Dakota Land & Abstract Co./ Redfleld S. D. Watland Bros., Ashton, S. D. North & South Dakota 'Land Co., Red field, s. D, A. E. Else A Son, Doland, S. D. .POTTER. _,. Gettysburg Immigration C&, Gettysburg, SvP. ..',-i,V,U Potter County Land A. Abstract Co., Gettysburg, S. D. O'Keefe Bros. A Thompson, Gettysburg, S. D. Mtife^i/?k :s?"J .5? City New MINNEAPOLIS DIB $ NOT WANT JACKSON r-.WSfi FAMOUS PRESBYTERIAN MISSION- ARY TELLS EARLY EXPERIENCE. Early St, Anthony Church, Seventeen Strong, Refused to Accept as a Fas tor Young Man Just Out 0f*Semi- nary, So He Became a Great Home Missioner. It was not in a self-appreciative way that Eev. Dr. Sheldon Jackson told a Journal reporter today that a Min neapolis church turned down his application for the pastorate forty seven years ago. He "jes* laffed," however, in a reminiscent way, when he recalled how he first attended a meet ing of the presbytery in St. Anthony in 1857. He came as a candidate before the only Presbyterian church, an br- fooking janizatipn of seventeen souls. After him over, the church considered that the newly graduated Princeton theolog was not heavy enough. With this rebuff Dr. Jackson was turned into the home missionary work, and while he was giving The Jour nal his interview, young clergymen from three different parts of the United States greeted him as the foun der of the first churches which they had served. Life on Frontier. Tor five years Dr. Jackson labored at La Crescent, Minn., until 1864. Anoth er five years he preached at Rochester and then went to Iowa to take charge of all the Presbyterian work west of the Missouri, covering western Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, western Neva da, southern Idaho and Montana. It will be easily seen that as superintend ent of Presbyterian home missions his northwestern work naturally carried him into Alaska, where he went in 1877. It is in the government work at Alaska that Dr. Jackson Is best known. To reach Alaska Dr. Jackson staged across the country to Portland from Utah and then took a boat north. Al tho the territory had been under the flag for ten years, Dr. Jackson found no regular government organization. He therefore returned to Washington and lobbied a bill thru congress for a tem porary form of government., The same bill also provided for a school system, The government placed Dr. Jackson in charge and he has retained the posi tion. In 1890 his burdens were reduced by the formation of a white school sys tem. Children in Schools. Dr.- Jackson has under, his charge fifty native schools with from,3,000 to 4,000 native children learning English from American teachers sent from the states. It was in connection with the indus trial side of the school work that Dr. Jackson turned his attention to the reindeer. This year, 3,600 fawns have been born, while there is pasturage in Alaska for 9,000,000 on the basis of the Norway regulation of so. many rein deer to the square mile. Introduces Reindeer.. ^Xhis is a. most successful undertak- ing,"nptwithsfan,ding MEMORIA BOULDE A "U" O E RAISED After being buried for four months, the memorial boulder of the class of '76 of the University of Minnesota^ will be raised, thru the efforts of the University Press club. The rock was buried one night last spring: by under classmen and has since lain beneath the surface of the ground'. Indignation was aroused among the upper classmen at the time, and efforts were made to compel the men who buried it to dig it up. As the blame could never be fixed upon either freshmen or sophomores, the matter fell thru. Later the-senior., class of '06 promised to excavate the boulder, but for some reason it. 'w&s never done. The Press club will probably set Oct. 27, the day of the dedication of the new flagpole, as the time of the event. AGE MA N KILLED IN ST. PAU YARD S Martin Crocker, aged 61, was instant ly killed by an incoming passenger train in the St. Paul' yards today. He was walking on the tracks and the passing of several trains confused him. Crocker was employed by the Great Northern road. BUTTER FREEWith $1.00 purchase, 1-lb. can of best baking powder, also double S. & H. Green stamps. Gctod Dairy, lb .23c Extra fancy Separator Dairy, 5-lb jar $1.23 Good Creameiry, lb 25C Extra fancy Creamery, 5-lb jar for..... $1.33 We have guaranteed fresh Eggs. MILLER DAIRY CO., 618 Hennepin Ave. 0. 9011. N. W. 610* THE 'A. & American "The good of the old, tke best of the new method*/' IN CONNECTION WITH THE Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. rs the re- said Dr Jackson-newspaper todayv^ if In portsv*r steacHof teaching the* boys to build houses where: there, 4ft n timber we teach them to raise the reindeer cows for milk, and the steers to bear burdens, and for transportation. Under favora ble conditions a reindeer will carry a man 100 miles a day and get its own food at night. With the dog train it is necessary to carry food for the dogs. The reindeer is about the only animal which will live in a tempera ture of 76 degrees below zero, experi enced in parts of Alaska, and then go out and forage for itself. The rein deer gives only a tea cup of milk at a milking, but the milk is rich. Its flesh is a fine venison meat.'' A dft THE MINNEAPOLIS 'JOURNAL October'-1 OPPORTUNITY Wise men Mve said -that opportunity knocks once' at-" every, one's door, yet how few of us are wise enough to take, advantage oi it wheait comes to us* It was Mr. W- W, Frazer, 130f Bur^ rough streety^Lafay&bte, Indiana, who heeded theadvjee orifie7wise men and" who now tells the fallowing story! "About a year ago while in Liouis^ ville/1 Was attacked with- rheumatism and suffered terribly. .M? L. T. Cooper* the famous philanthjjppist, was there at"the time and I heard so much of hia medicine that I bought-two bottles of} Cooper's Hew Disa3very'- and begails taj%#*..-.,-: l!i$^a4"ibeeTi:"'4iaia^ti- '.^to''SQnie-,:-.tinie**--:-&** bu6a^h$ enl?o o^^sSk'.'aftertakf ing th amediciite I Wij&tnbaek. to work. I npfev-tfiQt had a sijg ofIrheumatism front that day to this: ah consider i the most wonderful rheumatism medi cine. I ever hea^bf^' This is. the medicine with which Mr.: Cooper has been accomplishing remark able results' in cases of rheumatism, catarrh, deafness* stomach and kidney troubles. It drives every trace of poi son from the .body and sends rich, pure blood surging through the veins. Cooper Ne Discover sells for one dollar per bottle, Cooper's Quick Re-, lief, the assistant remedy, costs fifty cents. vBpth are obtainable from Voe geli Bros., Mr. Qooper'is special agents^ in this city. Housewives Always Insist on FADDEN'S lW^V^^V^W^WftA^^WWW^^^^^ Canadian Pacffl Eailfay Co STEAMSHIP LINES. Sailings from VANCOUVER, B. C, to JAPAN and CHINA, EMPRESS OF JAPAN...October 29th MONTEAGLE November 5th EMPRESS OF CHINA..November 26 EMPRESS OF JAPAN..January 1, '07 To HONOLUL0*and AUSTRALIA MOANA November 9th MIOWERA December 7th AORANGI January 4th MOANA if-l. .Februaary t, '07 For rates and cabin accommodatloipts write to General Passenger Agent Soo Line, 317 Second Ave. So. Minneapolis, Minn. !i N DREWS' SSfPLUGS Stop Toothache Instantly. Temporarily F11 l*nd Preserve the Teeth. 10 "Flags" int. Bottle fox IO Cents. At Druggists or by MaiI. MDBEWS DENTAL CO., Chic|ogCl. E. E. OSTREM, Optician "Eyes examined. S|ectac] eyeglasses and artificial eyes fitted. Also sole'-own- ^e* and distributor in U. S. of OSTREM'S celebrated Eyewater. If your eyesore .s.ore, water, blur, pain, smart, fibeii |.or seem "weak, "tf^lri^Sttol'-^icr^itre^tiiFrns. it? Why "half-advertise s_ L*t UM entw Into a contract with you. YimcMm arrange satis- factory terms of payment A BUTTER It's always just right, alwayr the same flavor, always made under the same sanitary condi tions, making it absolutely pure -and it costs no more than the inferior grades. AT ALL GROCERS. INSOMNIA CURED RESTFUL SLEEP DR. WILLIAMS' OBTAINED BY PINK PILLS. Nerves Wrecked byApoplexy Restored to Normal Condition and Good Health Followed. The sufferer from sleeplessness too of ten resorfcev,to ^ebit-formlug drugs in order to secure the coveted rest. But sleep obtiltd^i^4k% use-of opiates is not refreshing aiuTtfiQ^.benefit is but temporary at bestj-t _" J^.',t.,-._.,iy. .Mrs, H,.,A/j i^ticheiv ?ot 69 ^lodget street, Manchester -KT fl., is livingcflri dence of the truUbl 3 this. stateniu|i She says:. I received a shock of an apoplectic character. It -was sp.severe that the sight of any right eye was af fected, causing me to see objects doup|e. I was confined to my bed about four weeks, at onetirne'.being told by thedot tor that I could not get well. When I could leave my bed I was in such a net vous state that I could uofc sleep at night. I would get. up and sit on a chair until co^npletely tired out and then go bacj^to bed and sleep from exhaustion. I had been under the doctor's cafe for six weeks .when my sister, Mrs. Loveland, of Everett persuaded me to try (Dr. Williama' Fmk I111B for Pale People. I began taking the pills with the result that I soon experienced relief. One hifht soon aiter taking them I lay awake only a short time and the next uight I rested we'll. From that time I slept well every night and soon got well and strong. I ha*e recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a number of times, aud my niece, has taken them for weak nerves and poor blood aud found them very beneficial." Dr. Williams' Fmk Pills are not a cure-all, but a blood builder. They do one thing, and they do it well-Tr-they ac tually make hew bipod. They, cure ner yous disorders: because the condition, of. the nerves dependsjupon the number of red oorjiuscleS ih 4the blood, and Dr. Willhims' Pink Pil|s inorease the num ber of these red corpuscles. By^this ac tion on the nertes| through the blood, they have cured n|any severe, hervdus troubles,? headaobp, neuralgia, aiid sciatica lis well as diseases of the blood such as aiiseniia, rheumatism, pale and sallow complexions* and many forms of weakness. Ail druggists sell Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills, op they will be sent by mail postpaid, on receipt of price, 60 cents per box, six boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Yi A Jour-. fe nal want will fully advertise it. S .$&&, mmm mtmrn Defective Page YesPANCAKES! Hot from the griddle, baked to just the proper degree of crispness and the right shade of golden brown! Wfctat.arprnaT What flavor! Was EVE* anything so delicious, so appetizing, so wholesome and satisfying as genuine Aunt Jemima Pancakes! Whether buttered or baptized in syrup, surely there's nothing to compare with. Aunt Jemima Pancakes served piping hot, for Breakfast or Luncheon, at this season of the year. The reason for the superiority of GRIDDLE CAKES, MUFFINS, WAFFLES AND GEMS made from Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour is not far"to seek. It is made out of Wheat, Corn and Rice,which, in this combination, forms a perfectly balanced food, possessing the virtues of all the three great cereals. Always Ready I From Aunt Jemima's Pancake FlonF a variety of palatable dishes can be pre pared, such as Pancakes, Muffins, Gems/ Waffles. It is ready for instant use In five minutes any of these appetite tempters can be prepared. No yeast*, no salt, no baking oowder, is reguired^ Simpiy mix. the. flour with milk ox water, and follow the recipes on every package. Here are Recipes GRIDDLE CAKES.HaVe the grid dle hot for each tea cup of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, take one and one-fourth cups sweet milk or cold water when water is used, a teaspoon full of sugar or molasses should be added to make the cakes brown, not necessary with milk. MUFFINS AND GEMS.Two eggs, one and'one-fourth cups of sweet milk or cold water and two cups of Aunt Jemima'sPancake Flour. Bake in rings on griddle.. For Gems drop with spoon into gem pan and bake in hot oven. f2,*~i$d6. T^nltliVft'iffKr uliTuwijin ELL'SkaaOD^URNITURB Nothing better made. ft Prices run like this: $36, $40, $45, $50, and $55. Baty terms of payment. House furnishings Apple Oorer, made of steel, retinned, with hardwood handle does the work neatly. and quickly "^SiBSi Saturday &C1 Savory Roaster, stamped from best blued steel, oval shape" a necessity to give a fowl or Toast the right flavor, Saturday only Coal Hods, black-japanneidV -with patent riveted bottoms, the strongest and best special prices for Saturday, 16-inch 4 17-inch ........V...n/.2Sc Don't expect to get the brightest boy in Minneapolis by advertising" "Boy Wantedr." The boy has his future before him and it matters a great deal in what direction he starts. If you vf&nt & boy -who cares about his work, attract him by telling the opportunities you offer. Tell him what he will have to do and what it will lead to. -,f ft FOR SATURDAY. Ml Ifi Hjfl .Hi), ii I i ii i i i ii i II I i i Radiant Stewart Heaters Stewart Steel Ranges rpHE Season for Pancakes is here againand with it the famous^ -AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR, fresh from the millsfc "Pee Your HoneyI" V* Saturday we ahall sell a limited number of High Grade Fuller-War ren & Co. Steel Ranges, 16 and 18- inch oVehs, which formerly sold for $40 and $42, 4-? d* If* at only +OZ Seasonable Needs In Reliable Goods. Fire Shovels, steel, black japanned, round handles, special 5C China Special Salad Bowl, large size can be iised^ as a fruit, or vegetable dish nicely decorated with a beautiful' American' Beauty Rose edges tinted or gold traced,- regular 85c, Saturday jt/fJC Quantity Limited. Complete Home, Hotel and Club Furnishers. FWTtt $ T8BBT AND FIRST AVBNUB SOO TB. Fresh Fall Supply Now Ready at Every Good Grocery Aunt Jemim a Doll Free! Free! Every Grocer Sells Anut Jemima's Pancake Flour. Dealers Supplied by C. A. VANDEVER, Distributor, 5 505-506 Sykes Block, Minneapolis^ 1^1no. Lontt Distance Phone. Main No. 1614. The Davis Hilling Co., Millers of Hygienic Flour, St. Joseph, Mo. Young people going 0OU an This is a splendid chance to se cure a rare bargain. Easy terms of payment. to mouse- keepiag receive special terms and attention We Want Every Child in this City to Have One or Moreof theseCunning Pickaninny Dolls ReadEveryWordof thisWonderful Offer To the Girls and Boys AUNT HOW TO GET A' FR EE DOLL Of course you know affout Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour,which maket Such delicious'Griddle Cakes, Muffins and Gems. Well, children, on BVKRY'PACKAGEof Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour there is a Doll Coupon., So in order to get a doll absolutely free, just have your mamma order a 10 cent package of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour from her grocer, and' send the Doll Coupon, with two 2 cent stamps to pay postage, to Tsps DAVIS MILLING Co., St. Joseph, Mo Send the Doll Coupon and two 2 cent stamps at once, and BACfc will come one of these cute Aunt Jemima-Rag Dolls BY RETURN MATX.. No-matter how many dolls you now have, your doll family is not com- plete Without at least one genuine Aunt Jemima Pickaninny Doll. Most Children love their Aunt Jemima Dolls BEST OF AXX, because they are so cunning and funny, i Don't wait until all these dolls are gone! Get a package of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour QUICK, and send in the Doll Coupon with two^ ,2 cent stamps by FIRST mail! %i -Many children are collecting WHOLE FAMILIES of Pickaninny DoHs- The children have lots of fun by giving Aunt Jemima Doll Parties. K. y 'i JEMIMA'S come io town, and shewants to find homes for her enormous family, of cute, kinky, laughing little Jemima ickaninnies! Each Aunt Pickaninny Doll dressed in a yellow polka dot' gown, a red and yellow cap, red bandana neckerchief and red striped apron, ready to stu& Probably ten of the thousands olm $ people who read the want ads today/ S A. .1 1" A"Ss S would be abla,. ready ^ajoft eager, to fr buy that house of yours. 1.And,,mo8^4 likely, not one of these ten people i Swill ever'know you hav ^KUWhtoutA to soil unless you advertise.