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THJC IffJBW AGJC. POKTLA2TC), OBEGOM.
ST. PAUL MINN.
: 31. paul mirm :
The Bent Hat
The Best Furnishing!
The Best Treatment
Sixth and Wabaaha
ST. PAUL, Atlnn. For Men Only
J. C. HORRIGAIN
Hue lltfht livery, carrlajcc, hcnrari, etc.
4IMI Waiouta Street. N. V. Tol. Malu 991.
Twin City VM,
ST. PAUL MINN.
IICHES NOT STUPID BIRDS.
NAGEL UNDERTAKING CO.
VM. E. NAOKL, HatUKor
I.ady Anlitant on alt canes where one
203 W. Third Bt. Ht. Paul, Minn.
ST. PAUL HAT WORKS
(J. I. (,'rawfod, 1'rup.
Kxpert Kntiiodelcrot Hati. I'anamaii anpec
tally, llata to order. Halt at retail. 11 Mln
Tmtmphonm, ft. W. Mm In IIBS.Jt.
Kenneth Clark, Tret.
C, II. Blpelow, V. I'rei, (ico. It. Prince. fah.
II. W. I'arker, II. Van Vlcck, Ami. Caihrn.
The Merchants National Bank
OF SUNT PAUL, MINNESOTA
United States Depositary
MINNESOTA STEAM LAUNDRY
liOTH PHONUM N. 171
Capital: ONE MILLION DOLLARS
.3t4 Minnesota Street,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
For I'lmt-ClaM Work on Hliort Time try the
2.4 W. Tenth St.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
WILL F. MATHEIS CO.
John Grove Land I Loan Co.
GENERAL UNO 1GENTS
Great Northern Railroad Lands
Hcven to $15 per aero I the price, with even
annual payment at it per wit. Interent. The
land of .No. 1 Hard Wheat In the famous Hod
Itlvor Valley ol Minnesota.
113 E. Third Strait, St. Pril, Minn.
Branch Offlcc-ii Crookiton, Ada, Stephsn,
"'"M "HUVftl P11I1U.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Alfred J. Krank
((jiiicecmr to HU I INK I.I. A KltANK.)
DI.'AI.I.'HS IN ALL KINDS OP
HAZOK WOHK A SI'IICIAI.TV.
HI II. Sixth St., Opp, Hyan Motel.
St. Paul, Minnesota
P. N. Peterson Granite Co.
Fine Monuments and
Ol livery Description
IIITlrn and Warcrooiua.ftO A3 I!. I'Klh Ht.
ST. PAUL MINNESOTA
Hample Work and HepalrliiK a Hpeclalty
Dealer In Uather Uoodi and Notions.
F. V. GARLAND
(or Catalotfiio Pcpt. K. 370 ttobert
St. Paul, Minn.
Seal of Minnesota
ARE SOLD ON ALL TRAINS
Story that They Hide Their Read
WhM Frightened Base Blander.
There are many giants in Africa 9
feet high. Some of them weigh 300
pounds and are strong enough to kill
a panther at one blow. Perhaps you
think such big fellows mtiHt be clumsy,
but they are not They can run faster
than any horse, spring 12 to 14 feet at
a leap. This all sounds like r. fairy
tory, says a writer in the Cincinnati
Commercial-Tribune, but not so when
you hear that these African giants are
Perhaps you hare been told some
foolish stories about these birds that
when pursued they stick their heads In
the sand and because they cannot see
Imagine that no ono can see them.
This is base slander. Instead of be
ing stnpld, ostriches are very cunning.
xneir long legs win take tliem away
from men unless they linvo their fam
ilies to protect. Then all in different.
The pnpa ostrich sends mamma ostrich
mid the baby ostriches off at full
speed, wlille ho runs the other way.
What do you think he does next? Ho
rolls on the ground, pretending to bo
hurt. The hunter rushes toward the
fallen bird, thinking he enn easily
catch him, mentally counting how
much money he can make out of tho
splendid tall feathers which adorn the
After the pnpa ostrich thinks his
family has got n good Btart, up he
Jumps and skims over the ground, leav
ing tho disappointed hunter to think
that tho ostrich is not as silly aa he has
been led to belief.
A singular thing about ostriches is
tho way they bring up their little ones.
To begin with, there nro a good many
eggs in tho nest (due out of tho hot
sand), but the eggs are of different
mothers. Ostriches do not lay eggs
every day. Being far apart they would
not hatch together. When the nest is
prepared all the femalo ostriches in tho
neighborhood aro invited to contribute
an egg apiece, tho hostess returning
the favors in duo time.
Ostrich eggs are delicious. One
weighs three pounds, or is equal to a
dozen of a lien's. They nro very con
venient, too, for tho hunters In the
desert. They not only furnish a de
lightful meal, but a dish to cook It in.
Tho sholl is hard and thick and the
egg Is set on tho fire, n hole is broken
lu tho top, It is stirred with n stick and
when it Is dono the saucepan serves tu
a dish ns well.
R. C. WALLACE CO.
Frultm, Omnfmotlonm, Olgmrm ncf
rosaces, Lunehmm, lea Ormmm
Opposito Union Depot
WILLIAM HTUKWK WILLIAM HOLHItOOK
President Vlco I'reildcnt
J. K. HCOTT, Secretary
Helena Cab Comoanv
Complete Cab, Trans
fer, Livery Equipment
Agents on AH Trains
Office J3I N. Main St. Phone J25
San Francisco Bakery
JOHN WKNDKL, I'roprlotor
A Full AMortmr nt of Fine Goods
Always on Hand Our Bread is
on Sale in Neighboring Towns
Ask Your Grocer for WcndtTs Bread
Orders by Mail Receive
6 U First Street
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f MINNEAPOLIS MINN. ;
CYGNUS $3.50 SHOE
North Star Shoe Co.
ii MINNEAPOLIS MINN. ! A
. E. N. YOUNG A, CO.
A Complete Assoatment of Woolens for
Men. Fine Dress Suits a Specialty.
250 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis, Mina.
Yerxa Bros. & Co.
iV, 427, 429 Nicollet Aft.
C. A. BiCBDAHI.
9 State Street
Kubles &, Stock Co.
ST. PAUL - - MINNESOTA
Masonic Temple Bide.
& Cheese Co.
Veal 6V. Poultry
Model Steam Laundry
lllco-l'hllllpi Ldry Co., Proprietors.
f lOfTLIB ll
L CAPITAL BREWING CO. M
Leads the World
A. Backdahl &. Co.
are fully compounded,
813 Waahlugiou a?t-
Offlco: II Nicollet Hntiso Block
Capital Brewing Co.
Office 156 Ii. 7th Street.
Laundry, cor. Sixth and John sts.
The Judge Demnnd.4 the Best"
Key West Cigar
King of Five-Cent Cigars
li. S. Conrad,
CORSER INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate and
Special Attention Given to Care and Manage,
ment of Non-Resident Estates
New York I.ifo Building
Jtlwood 8. Corer. 1'res , Letter n Klwood Vlre
I're.., William II. 'Initio, Treat , Edward II.
Toilet Rupply-Toweli, Ciinilm and llruhf
fiiriilhednlluat tnur rale. t7 ti VM Mill
ueaou mrrel. Telephone 'Jim, Henry (Irun
ST. PAUL, MINN.
381 and 333
When a farmer plants his wheat la
the full ho doctm't expect n harvest In
a week or a month. When you glvo
an order for a ten-story ofllco build-
Intr you don't ro around to tho site
tliu followliiK' day and expect to flud a
Tho farmer knows ho must wait un
til the HciiHoim and tho chemicals of
the earth work their chniiKCH, and you
Ituuw Hint your tiulldliig mimt jimcctil
by gradual sUikcs, brick upon brick,
So it is with ndvortlHliiff. The tlr.it
Insertion does not iutluenco thn public
mind, nor tho Inst, but ono ndded to
(lie other, ovory one gathering strength
from tlioso that precedo It, gradunlly
Iutluenco tho public mind and bring
to your bnnk the business you desire.
A slnglo week or n month of ndver-
using ih merely n mow or two or a
cork ngalust n bur of steel. Its cfTcct
is absolutely nothing. It Is money and
effort wasted, but tho continuous, per
sistent hammering, week nfter week,
mouth nfter month, Is Just as sure to
start tho pendulum of business swing
ing your way ns tiny is to follow night.
You want. We want Your Laundry.
Mendine done and Buttons Sewed on Free
RUSSELL-MILLER MILLING CO.
Merchant and Kxport i Millers of North Dakota. Capacity L',000 Barrels
Jnniestown, Valley City and Grand Forks, N. Dak.
MlttMII A MONT I !
J. M. LUCY
Trunks, Carpets, Picture Molding
j : :::: ::z: i
Kalispell Malting ( Brewing Go.
Brewers and Bottlers of
Union Laundry Co.
116 Broadway Helena, Montana
I . (Siu'ceimor Id (ieo, llerthoM)
nii day and nlKhl, Tulephnne .V.
ilradiiatiuif t'liniiiplmi Hohnolof Kititmlmluir.
Mceiioi'd from Colurado and MuiiUiia.
Iiot'entral Avenue, (Ireat Falla, Montana
I.arged Ketall Kurnlture fitoro In tho
Nurthweat. Undortaklng In Conuootlon
PIIKDKIIICK P. WUI8I.KK Dlt. OEI.8. MI8ICK
1'rvildent Vlre 1'reildent
.'OilN W. 1IICKMN Cathler
Missoula Trust & Security Bank
General Banking Business
Money tent to all parti of the world at lowest
ratim. Hnvliik'a accounli anllclled. Thrvo per
cent tutereit paid on (iavlnit and time depoilti
A Home farliiKi Hank free to any
porion openliiH a lavliiKi account
of (l.lUaud upttardi.
Test Beer and Best
Cream of Malt
Made from tho Famous Western Barley
and Bohemian Hops
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure
The House That Keeps the Prices Down
Kvery article sold by this house is fully guaranteed
You take no chances buying goods of us, We sell
you for CASH or THUST. National Direct Action
lias Kungo 1.00 down and $1,0(1 a week.
SMITH V FARRELL CO.
Sixth and Minnesota Sts.
UNCLE 8AM VALUES HER.
Mia Katelle Keel la Ilia IIIBhcst I'uld
1'ho highest pnld woman lu tlio
United States government service is
Mis nstello Heel, who Is superintend
ent of ull tho In.
dlan schools. .Sho
Is very handsonni
looking, and not
much over 110 years
of age. Though she
li a h headquarters
at thn Indian bu
reau In Washing
ton, most of her
time Is spent In
U.TKU.K iikku traveling about nil
over the country, her task being to Ini
provo tho management of and tho edu
cational methods adopted lu tho day
schools, bonrdlng schools, kindergar
tens niul other establishments main
tained by Federal authority for train
ing the minds nnd bodies of our youth
ful nboriglnes. M1m Heel's ower In
such nlTalrs Is well-ulgh absolute, and
she has instituted many Important ro
forms In tho schools. Her pay Is $3,000
n year plus traveling expenses, and
she earns tho money.
Cloths Man, Woman, Boy in
Modem Up-to-I)ato Fashionnlilo
Clothing at 1'opular Prices.
Visit Often the Popular Priced
Store for Men anil Women.
THE GRAND PACIFIC SiLOOH
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Draught Beer, Fine, 5c.
Bottled Beer, 25c. a Quart.
All trains Stop 15 Minutes.
Opp. N. P. Depot.
Havre Commercial Co.
11. W. fiTUIKdl'KI.I.OW, I're.. A Mrt.
A Large Department Store
We Buy and Sell for Cash, There
by Getting; th Best Prices
Our Clothing, Shoe, Dry Goods
and Millinery Departments
are the Largest in North Montana
Mall Order l'romptly Attended To
J13-J J5 Second Street South
Great Falls, Mont.
JOHNSON a CA3RY. ITeprlttori
Work Done on Short Notice. Th
Only First Class Steam Laundry in
Great Falls. Telephone 9?.
K. A ItKlt'HKl.. I'rt'.ldent.
W. K. HKNfllirsni, Vlco I'renldent.
II. W. Ultl'.NWALUT, Sec. A Trea
& MALTING COMPANY
Browers and Bottlers of extra
quality lagor ln'or. "American
lamlly" lnittlod beer a sjH.'cialty.
Just l.lttlo Hlap.
Tess I thought you weren't going
to send Mario Maclunes an luiitatloa
to your tea?
Jess Oh I 1 decided that I couldn't
hurt her feelings that much.
Tess So you sent her one?
Jess Yes, but I addressed It to
"Mtiw Mary McGlnnls." Philadelphia
If a woman Is vouaar sho ahrsTa
t nil it Mikjxi goU sWorable wear out of a ga
fc I . PAUL, A1INN. I Went beforo the blU coniM In.
Otllce: 10!) Central Avenue.
P. 0. Box SG.
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA.
raw ui Capital ..
J AM KS T. STAN TORD.
Vice 1're. and Manager.
1'. KELLY, Cashier
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MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO.
HpHIS modern establishment with its immense and varied
' . stocks merits the patronage of all. Whether it be
something to wear, to eat, to furnish your house, or any
thing else, you can get it here.
We want every reader of The New Age within our
territory to join the mighty ranks of pleased and prosper
ous customers already dealing with us.
REMEMBER OUR MOTTO "We S;ll Everything
and Everything the Very Best."