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These Ads Areas Full of Bargains as an Egg Is Full of Meat
MORGAN DOESN'T WANT IT
Story Of His Ua.viiiH Grout Western
Stock* Is Denied.
New York, Feb. —Ther eport that J.
Pierpont Morgan" Is buying «; Chicago-
Great Western railroad stocks is entirely
discredited. People connected with the
Great Western talk freely,', saying; that
there are no indications of any such deal.
The report Is regarded as a chestnut. A
leading 1 independent . authority says there
ie pot an atom of truth in the report.
• Mr. ' Stickney has gone south for a
short pleasure trip.' The vice president,
Mr. Oppen&eim, •is in England. There is
no executive officer here. Th company
haa.estblished its own office in Nassau
street, aparentry intent on going it alone.
The recent market transactions in
Great Western common stock show no
gignu of a change of control or of any
community Interest alliance.
__ NUMBER 1
AGENTS WANTED
feEAD BRAHAM'S HONEST STRAlGHT
forward offer, in agent' 6 column and write to
them. ' ■ ■■■:■■-■- -..■■-•-■•-■.
WANTED— IN EVERY COUNTY
in central and southern Minnesota, lowa ana
Illinois, to locate land seekers. .. Good pay
to hustlers. A. S. Apgar, Warren, Marshall
county, Minn, '
AGENTS— YOUR OWN BUSINESS;
any one of th» following recipes: To make
one pound butter from a pint of milk; enam
ellne gloss for laundry; German breast tea;
Good nm-Titun lLuini«nt; paint and grease
eradkautor; French shoe blacking; magic
stove polish, tor 60 cents. Minneapolis For
mula Co., bos 425, Minneapolis, Minn.
WE PAY $18 A WEEK AND EXPENSES, TO
men with rigs to introduce our Poultry Com
pound. JavelU Mfg. Co., Dept. 76, Par
lons' Kan. ;.
NEW CREAM SEPARATOR; AGENTS COIN
money; exclusive territory free; only hus
tlers wanted. Western Supply Co., 656 Tem
ple Court, Minneapolis. *
AGENTS WANTED—I 36 PER DAY GUAR
anteed in salary or commission, for every day
you are in our employ; this statement is not
exaggerated; .we want \ a general agent • for
.your territory; our goods sell at sight to
every man, woman or child; in every office,
factory and home; a person that can sell any
thing can make a fortune; every article pat
ented and never before sold in your territory;
exclusive agency granted and a free outfit of -
samples to start right to work sent you. on
receipt of your application. Write at .once
as we only want one good man for your ter
ritory. Braham Co., B 438, Cincinnati, Ohio.
AGENTS EVERYWHERE—SEND ADDRESS
Quick; greatest money making proposition
©ver offered. M. J. Keenball Co., Phlla-
$7 DAILY AVERAGE SELLING EASY PUMP
governors; they make ilia hardest working
. pump work easy; windmills turn in lightest
"wind, and fit all pumps; exclusive right to
territory; so talking, merits sell lor you.
Pump Governor Co.. Waseca. Mln*i. >
LADLES TO DO PIECEWORK FOR US AT
home; we furnish all materials and pay $7
to $12 weekly. , Send stamped - envelop to
■Hoyal Co.. 34 Monroe st, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL DIVIDEND
paying California oil stocks. Address John
Sharp. 541 3 Flower st, Los Angeles. Cal.
ADJUSTABLE SIGN* OUTFIT, MAKES ANY
sign; also aluminum card cases and cards.
Economy Co.. 5&5 Lake st, Chicago. __
GENERAL MERCHANDISE MAIL ORDER
wen make money by our new 400-page cata
logue plan, also buying patent and selling
'Meredith's Train-Order Holder, Johnson's
Spraying Apparatus, Carrick's. Fireproof
•Lathing, Hupp's Rug Machine, Rondell's
Propeller Smith's Halter, Bowen's Vine
Stripper, Heiron's Adv. Device, Holly's "Win
dow Sa_i, lrving's Chain. Fastener. Ham
man's Wagon-Box Fastener, Robert's Bottle
Stopper. Tripp's Gate Latch, Ferrejl's Folding
Box, Anderson's Fencing Tool, Alexander's
Smoke Consumer, Muenich's Envelop Fast
ener, Woodworth's Shutter Protector, Good
ing's Cultivator, Settlemeyer's Baby Walker,
Davis' Curling Iron Heater, Baker's Sliding
Gates Miesse's Gate Latch, McWharton'6 Pipe
Wrench. Thompson's Wire Stretcher, Rick
• man's Windmill, Mlddlekauff's Curtain Fix
lure. McMurdys ■ Cradle, Merritfs Cuspidor,
Quaekenbuah'*" Pail Cover, Eaton's Music
Turner, Francis'- Faucet, Record's' Dish
washes-, Barnes' Necktie Fastener. Christie's
„ Game Apparatus, Duke's Puzzle. Alexander's
Thimble, Frohmest's . Sheave, Barter's En
gine, Morse's Cutting Tool, Baringer's Cuff
Holder, Bateman's Fuel Saver, Vanderplaafs
Tobacco' Cutter, Whipple's Bicycle Gear, De
i rus" Fire. Escape, Barton's Life Preserver,
Elliott's Bath Cabinet, Cadman's Lap-robe
Holder, Long's Adding Machine, McFarland'a
Cotton Planter, Ashcroft'a Harrow, Stoup's
Kutloek. ilesser's Glass Presser, and many
others. Rapid Introduction Co., Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED—IK EVERY WATER -
works town in the United States for the
"Modern" filter; latest and most novel de
sign; first ever made to recharge in one min
ute; one gross "fiber cotton" fillings (a year's
supply) free -with each; light, neat, hand
some; sells soon as sediment taken.from the
■water is seen on cotton; reserved territory;
send for circulars and terms.
MODERN FILTER CO.,
243 Franklin at, Boston, Mass.
' NUMBER, a
ANNOUNCEMENTS
iW. L. PEJTTCT. THE WHOLESALE JEW
•ler,' has removed from Masonic Temple to
18 6th st S. ■ • - , • __
§HAVE YOU ANY MONEY to invest? ♦>
See our ad under "Mines and Mining." «£•
INTER. STATE GOLD MINING CO.. <.
<• Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. ♦;♦
■SitiBKBL~&.
AUCTION SALES
'AUCTION AT THE RESIDENCE, NO. 108
„ 7th st S, Tuesday next, 26th, at 10 a. m.
. sharp. The entire furnishings of IS rooms,
. Including furniture, carpets, stoves, draperies,
Van steel range, organ and other effects;
•Without reserve. Hubert Bovrn & Co., Auc
-O-eera. ...
—L-J NtMBE-1~6~ ■ ™
BUSINESS CHANCES
ZENITH BUSINESS AGENCY FINDS YOU
pcyer or partner. 820 New York Life.
WHEN YOUR WORK IS DONE HERB iT
gets the best of service end is satisfactory.
i Custom Laundry, 112 6th st S. Telephone,
128 M, -■■ - , ■ ■ , ...
A FIRST-CLASS DRUG BUSINESS IN LIVE
town. A. G. Burr, Bottlneau. N. D.
' WANTED— RENT. FURNISHED HOTEL."
'. Might buy bedding, dishes, linen. Address
. H. A.. 1012 Nlcollet ay. Minneapolis. Minn.
13,000 STOCK OF HARDWARE. GROCER
ies, furniture, new goods; must- sell on ac
count of health. Address Lock Box 67,
Paj-esville, Minn. -
DRUG BUSINESS, NICE BUSINESS, SUlT
ahle for registered man. W. S. Sohultz, 124
' a 28ttl at
BUT WHEAT NOW, WHILE PRICES ARE
lew, $20 will margin 1,000 bu 2 cents. Send
lor our free book, "Facts and Figures," ex
plaining' option trading.' I The Osborn Grain
' Co.. 812 to 814 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
■ Members * Chamber of-Commerce. . >f*};
2"OR SALE—LIGHT GROCERY, CONFEC
-tionery, fruit and cigar stand; good business;
leading summer resort of the state. Have
• other business. A snap at $650. - Address R
880. Journal. , : : :. . ' - •:
-■"'. •■'•■ i. , FOR SALE. . .- .-. .--'>-v
:V 900,000,000 feet standing white pine.
.; 500.000,000 feet standing white spruce. .
~. 300,000,000 feet standing red pine.
*; 4,000,000 cords spruce pulp wood. .
Also sawmill tugs, booms, near Montreal,
'■: Canada. For further information' see R. H.
Wlckham, Port Arthur, Canada.
■ FOR SALE—HARDWARE AND FURNI
: ture store and etock. Address E. C. Web
. ater, Andover, S. D. - .- "■.-',
FOR SALE—FRESH, CLEAN STOCK OF
dry; goods, notions, etc., in one of the- best
• cities in Minnesota. • First-class, modern
Storeroom; low rent. Best chance in ; the
; United States for a bright merchant. -: For
full i particulars, address P. O. ' box 2280, St.
-Paul, Minn. , ; ,- ,
FOR SALE— ONE-HALF INTEREST IN
first-class - business on Nlcollet av,-netting a
profit'of 200 per cent on money Invested. Ad
dress C 881, Journal.' ' , '
." FOR SALE, CHEAP, GOOD PAYING BUS!
ness; millinery," ladies' furnishings, prosper
: ous .town, North Dakota; population 3,000;
must sell; . satisfactory reasons. Address V
' 880, Journal. : . . . ;;... ,: ?. y_' iio
FOR WALDO HOTEL; BRICK,
■ modern throughout; central location; good
barn;" rates' $1 1 per 5 day; ; good - hotel . point.
Address H. Waldo, .Wadena, Minn., for terms
i. and• particulars. ■'• ■-■'■•■ :•: .v" .:* ! .
.GREAT REPUBLIC; MINING STOCK—
shares at 3c. Thomas, 402 Lumber Exchange.
TO BUY GENERAL STORE, HARDWARE
I or other good business in northwestern 2 Mm•
-• j nesota •; or . North Dakota. ; Box . 457, Fargo,
.-: N. D. V-: .■ .-- -- ■■:■:: ■>;;.■:■..■ "., ■■ - ..,■ >■■■■.■.-.■■>■- >
"'■■• $1,000 STOCK OF STAPLE DRY GOODS AND
shoes for sale; just the thing for a country
-. store. H. 4. _*_a, 512-514 E»lyaw-ata ay.
NUMBER 6—Continued.
FINE STORE FOR RENT IN LIVE NORTH
western Minnesota town: solid brick.";full
plate glass front, basement. Kddy & Lewis,
Fargo, N. D. ■■<■'■'■ .
HARDWARE STOCK FOR SALE AT RED
wood Kails, Minn.; 1 have got to sell this on
account of poor health: I have a nice trade,
best-location in town, and will sell right; this
will pay< to investigate. C. Fred Thompson,
Redwood Falls, Mian. ' '■' '■
TO SELL A STOCK OK GENERAL MER
chandise, about $2,200, new goods, been' run
ning about four months; will " give a liberal
discount; going into other business. ■ Address
V 881. Journal. i • j
FOR SALE—SNAP, . BUSINESS OF 10
years' standing, , this city, manufacturing
food . products for the trade; a chance to se
cure a, profitable -business with established
trade for a fraction of what it cost to build
it. T. 881. Journal. ' •
HOTEL MAN WITH SUFFICIENT MEANS
to build a modern hotel can find a splendid
opening at Devils Lake,' N. D. .. Write the
mayor, Win. H. Brown. - '
•>♦♦♦♦>♦♦
•> HAVE YOU ANY MONEY to invest? «£•
♦> See our ad under "Mines and, Mining." ♦>
<♦ INTER STATE GOLD MINING CO., ♦>
<• . Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. «£♦
*♦•*♦**♦**•**♦**•*•**
WANTED—PARTNER IN GRAIN COMMIS
sIon business. Small capital required. Ad
dress F 880, Journal. |
I HAVE A- FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE
stock, about $6,000, in southwestern lowa,
doing a first-class business; would take clear
land for half of it and balance cash. Have
a general stock here of 16,000; will take clear
land in exchange for it. P. O. box 90S, Al- :
gona, lowa. .
A.—START A MAIL ORDER BUSINESS;
my complete guide book tells everything;
postpaid 10c. H. H. Raimee, 125 Clark st,
Chicago. ' " ■ ■ ' ' ' ■
A FIRST-CLASS DAIRY FARM FOR RENT,
at Medicine lake. Inquire at 900 6th st S.
Minneapolis Milk Co. •
START IN THE MAIL ORDER BUSINESS.
Success assured under our direction. Par
ticulars and prospectus for stamp. 'W. B.
Irons & Co., 278-280 State st, Chicago, 111.
PORTRAIT AGENTS EVERYWHERE QUIT
crayons; try washable enamelines; no glass;
don't rub, cheap. Family Portrait Co..Chicago.
AGENTS ON . SALARY OR COMMISSION—
Tfie greatest agents'- seller ever produced;
every user of pen and Ink buys it on sight;
200 to 800 per cent profit; one agent's sales
amounted to $620 in six days; another $32 in
two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co,, X. 120, La
Orosse, Wis. .. . - •■■ , '.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN TO
sell the handsomest and most reliable ther- j
mometer made; large profits; sample by mail
35c. Schrope & Co.. Parryville, Pa.
TO LAND AGENTS—WILL PAY $1.50 PER
acre commission to a responsible party who
can bring in "cash buyers for our improved
Red river valley farms that we are selling
for $9 to $12 per acre.
FRANK P. ROOT, LAKOTA, N. D.
INVEST IN OIL— WILL BUY $500 Divi
dend paying oil stock that will pay you $,">
every month i roflt; send for particulars.
Petroleum Producing Co., Akron, Ohio.
$6,000 TO $8,000 YEARLY PROFITS CAN BE
proven; eastern party is here to dispose of
business in the northwest; positively legiti
mate and a very unusual opportunity; in
terview by appointment. Wm. L. Tucker,
Hotel Vendome. . - • - i
WANTED—LOCATION TO OPEN JEWELRY
store in good country town. Address D 882,-
Journal. ■ . • .
OPENING FOR GOOD LIVE PHYSICIAN IN
town of 500 inhabitants; no physician here;
good inducements offered. Address Audubon,
Minn., Box M.
PIANOS— ... ■ ~~
Storey & Clark _ „.„... $160.00
New England „*.. 160.00
■Harvard ....._....,....,. „......., 102.00
Victor „ ..„ 175.00
Ten organs, your choice, $8 to $10. Cen
tury Piano Co., 620 Nicollet,
YOU MORE THAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
In Carrying Our Contracts.
Easy payments with guaranteed returns.
No speculation. Safe, sure and reliable.
Investigate at once. .
Call or write
1204-1206-1208 Guaranty Loan Building.
J. W. EARL, ..:'."■•.
■ Superintendent. . .
FOR SALE—A WELL-ESTABLISHED AND
paying millinery department in the largest
and best department store in West Superior.
Millinery stock is all fresh and clean, and
will invoice between $1,000 and $1,200. Sick
ness the only cause, for .selling. , Might ex
change for part cash and part real estate.
Address F. L. Buck, 100 Kasota building,
Minneapolis, Minn. -
STEAM LAUNDRY FOR SALE OR RENT—
In live North Dakota town of 1,500; no other
laundry near; an excellent opportunity • for
practical man. Write to V. Vail, Langdon,.
N. D. .■■■-■ ■ ■■-
FOR SALE—A GOOD, CLEAN STOCK OF
hardware and tin shop, about $4,000, in the
city; good location. Hustler can make
money. No jockey need answer. H 883,
Journal.
FOR SALE—ONLY MEAT MARKET I
town. For particulars, address
—H. Henrickson, Campbell, Minn.
GOOD SAFE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES,
in manufacturing are getting scarce. If you
are looking for one and have business ability,
a good, record and some capital, please look
this up. Manager wanted. Address P O
box 290, Minneapolis.
FOR SALE—MY HALF INTEREST IN A
book, stationery, grocery and confectionery;
a paying investment. Must be cash. Address
A. V. Fisher, Miibank^ 8. P.
$1,600 WILL BUY LAUNDRY CLEARING
present owners over $2,000 yearly. This is
not exaggerated. You may investigate if
you mean business. Address E 884. Journal.
FOR SALE—CHEAP — THE FIXTURES?
lease and license of a first-class saloon, lo
cated in the heart of the city. We are go
ing into a strictly wholesale business and
must dispose of our retail interests at once.
Small capital required. This is a snap for
some one. Investigate. D. F. Hirschman &
Co., 418 Hennepin ay.
FOR SALE—DEPARTMENT STORE IN
western Minnesota, doing a good business.
In good town and fine farming country.
Clean $25,000 stock; sell for cash and gilt
edge paper for part. No trades. Rent or
sell building. Addres3 C 883, Journal.
FAMILY HOTEL—FILLED YEAR ROUND;
select people; large, modern, big prices,
money-maker; sacrifice.
Ice business; sale clearing $20,000 yearly.
Dairy; sale clearing $200 monthly.
Feed mill; sale clearing $200 monthly.
Hotel, $2 a day, doing $3u,000 yearly; con
sider land. .
We are long established; have listing from
Atlantic to Pacific; know where to secure
what you want; give unquestionable refer
ence. Reliable information. 1100 Lumber
Exchange.
CONFECTIONERY AND LIGHT GROCERY;
rent $10; taken out in trade; four living
rooms in connection; good reason for selling.
Call 291S Nicollet ay.
NUMBER 7.
: BUSINESS SPECIALS;
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss.Hsl
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist. , . ,■■
NUMBER 10. , '"■'- - .
I ';-;, BOARD AND ROOMS
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, WITH
board, for man and wife or two gentlemen,
in a private family; strictly modern.' X
831,. Journal.
FINE LARGE FRONT, WITH ALCOVE,
strictly modern, with board; two or ; three
gentlemen preferred: 'easy . walking distance;
moderate price. ■ R SS2, Journal. ■ r
NUMBER 18.
•-,".■■• >r ' COWS -, : „;.;'
FRESH COW FOR SALE AT A GREAT
bargain if taken at once. 1929 Aldrlch ay S.
A GOOD COW FOR SALE; SHE IS 5 YEARS
old; comes in first of June. . Call at 206 29th
ay N. '■••.- '-V ; v- v • ...'.- •.-■-■ ;■.-:
NUMBER 14.
CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. MANE WELL, medium; readings dally;
Thursday eve circles, 25c. 620% Nic, room 14.
MME. CLAYMONT, WONDERFUL CLAlß
voyant and magnetic . healer. ' 1028 Hennepln.
MRS. - MARY JACOBS HAS RETURNED
from Europe I and > can be consulted. daily |on
all affairs of life at 520 Nicoilet, third floor. :
MMfi. BATCH, IMPRE'SSIONAL CARD
reader and palmist, will give double readings
this week for 60 cents. • ? 520 sta aT S. : '
PROF. LA t VARDB, RENOWNED , CLAlß
voyaiit,"scientific 'palmist; -gives names; hon
est, truthful information on -■ all • affairs fof
lift, whoa and' whom • yoa will mairy, S&
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
NUMBER 18.
DYEING AND CLEANING __
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS-PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners. , Out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. . «20 Nle
ollet. Telephone 1576. ' V .'.-.-■ '
m;»ibKit it*. ~ "
FINANCIAL :
4*4 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH THH
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. 4 Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S, Minneapolis. , ';" •*■■''
AT LOWEST RATES— TO LOAN. B.
D. Cone & Co., 617 Guaranty Loan building.
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
«t«tat it****** ***** I!*** ******
<S> MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED J'EO- <j>
<i> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- <£>
<$> able amounts, to salaried people hold- &
<J> ing steady positions with responsible <$>
<j> concerns, on easy weekly or monthly <$>
<& payments. We conduct our business <»
S strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <£
<j> fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, <$>
<$> Bank of Commerce building.; &
*** ******h ********* ******
QUICK LOANS -
• TO ■- • .-
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. !
On your own name without security or la
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and prid« feel is essen
tial In matters of this nature. Our office*
are so arranged .that you do not come la cos
tact with other applicants, I and you can be
waited. on privately and quickly.
. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe building. , „
<$> DEPOSIT WITH THE <*
<$> SAVING FUND COMPANY, <?
<$> 110 Temple Court, -'-i ♦
S4 per cent on deposits left two months. <&
4 percent on one-year certificates. <•>
<j> & per cent on two-year certificates. <&
<$> Organized 1889. Capital, $360,000. <£
<$> Surplus, $30,000. . ,". ♦'
SJohn L. Smith, Pres.; Gus J. Pauly, <$>
Treas.; Fred B. Snyder, Counsel: ' ■' ' #
MONEY • LOANED * SALARIED PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, -on
their own names; no security; easy payment*.
Tolman, 920 N.Y. Life building.
SALARY " i
L-O-A-N-S.
\_ If you are em- ''
ployed by a respon
sible firm we will loan
. you sums of $10 to $100 on '<
■ your note at much CHEAPER
AND EASIER RATES than else- . . i '
where. Of this we are POSITIVE.
Absolutely no charges for papers. Nothing
deducted from amount you desire.
Easiest . - partial payments.
MINNEAPOLIS FINAN- •
, CIAL COMPANY, .
Room 206 New
York Life
: Bidg. ■..'-•;•'.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., 258 Hennepla ay.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY— to
suit; no delay. J. B. Tabour, 124 4th st S.
5 AND 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE LOANS!
No delay. C. S. Woodruff, 606 Guaranty bldg.
tttttttctttttttttt«ttttttt»r?*f*r»»»'»>r»>».>,>»»
WE LOAN MONEY TO SALARIED PEOPLE
on their notes at lowest rates; "
strictly confidential;
. pay .. ..
weekly, semi-weekly,
or monthly. Room 202 Sykes blk. -
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., 256 HENNEPIN AY
_$jy^ss^sssjsmsjsjjssi^sssstmssmitsssjti_
MONEY FOR EITHER GOOD, IMPROVED,
city or near-by farm security; current rates.
E. N. Bass, 514 Guaranty building.. '
MONEY TO LOAN ON~FARMS. WE ALSO
purchase mortgages. M. R. Waters, 502
Guaranty Loan. '^ . .
i. ■ 5 PER CENT. . - ■ '
; SELECT BUSINESS PROPERTY LOANS, •,
' -■ ■ " 4}_ PER CENT.
No Commission— or Before Privileges.
Prompt Answer on All Business.
Close Loans at Once.-- ■
HENRY ROTHSCHILD, Manhattan'Bldg., ■
Tel. M. 1189. - - St. Paul.
CHOICE MORTGAGES FOR SALE, WITH
titles guaranteed and Interest collected free
of charge. Title Insurance and Trust Co.
E S~T~A TUTS 7 CAREFULLY MANAGED;
trusts accepted; wills kept without charge.
Title Insurance and Trust Co., Oneida block.
$150,000 TO LOAN, 4%~TO~6~PER~CENT~"ON
city property. Title Insurance and Trust Co.
WE LOAN ,ON IMPROVED a CIT
estate at lowest rates. Nickels & Smith, 311
Nicollet ay. - = . - , T r .-..:-■■■
♦ HAVE YOU ANY MONEY : •*♦**♦♦•♦♦•♦•*♦♦*♦♦*•
♦ HAVE YOU ANY MONEY to* invest*?* *
♦> See our ad under "Mines.and Mining." »>
•I* INTER STATE GOLD MINING CO., «£
♦;♦ Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn •*♦
*>*i**l**l**l**l**> .
MORTGAGE LOANS— low: any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N.Y.Life.
MONEY TO LOAN ON POLICIES OF IN
surance in old line companies at 7 per cent
Address C 882. Journal. • .: ;^
$1,000,000 PROFIT; WANT MONEY TO DE-
velop coal' mine. For particulars call on
Burnside Business Bureau, 631 Ist ay S,
flat U. ■ , K--' * - i ~* -■ ■ • > ■.-- - '■
A SOUND INVESTMENT-SCANTIC COLD
Mining and Milling Co. first . mortgage five
year b per cent gold bonds; mines developed
management able and experienced: privilege
of converting bonds into stock a* par- In-'
vestigate before investing. W. C Wrisberg
president: C. W. -Walters, secretary. 412-41;}
Bank of Commerce building, St. Louis, Mo. '■
MONEY ON - IMPROVED PROPERTY; IN
amounts to suit. H. E. Ladd, 302 Andrus bldg.
ESTATES CAREFULLY MANAGE D?
trusts accepted. H.E. Ladd, 802 Andrus
■" M-MBER 20.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO ": THOSE
advertising under this bead. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
, COLFAX MINERAL WATER . ■ ■ t"
Will permanently cure constipation We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. •■
WATCHES cleaned: main springs fitted 517'
warranted a year. Fiske, jeweler, 32 9. Wash.
SOCIALISTIC AND REFORM literature tot
gale; free reading room. 20th C«a.,424 Nicollet.
MILLWOOD, DRY, 51.75 TO $2.75; 2 LOADS*
partly dry, $2.75; coal, $5 and $5.26.. Plymouth
Lbr. Co, 4 Lumber Each. Phone, Main 717 J-2. ■
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237~Henn. ay—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices
GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT^
ly used household goods of every description.
We can save you 25 per ce,nt at the Town
Market Furniture Co.. 25 and 27 . sth • st •S.
Repairs for all kinds of stoves at half price.
ALL KINDS second-hand office and store fix
tures, desks anfi safes, cheap. 208 4th st S.
FINE MEDICAL LIBRARY, WHOLE OR
part, bargain. Goodyear, 319 Hennepin.
IMPORTED GERMAN CANARIES/ MEXI~
can double yellow head parrots and other
good birds; cages end all kinds bird supplies
for sale at 1505 Washington ay 8. ■*
OYSTER SHELLS, 75 CENTS; CRYSTAL
grit, 75 cents; oil meal, $1.50 per 100-pound
pack. J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ar., i .
COUNTRY DEALERS—WE have~6oo~wov
en-wire springs, slightly used, sizes for 25-35
and 60c each. Send in your orders; they will
not last long at those prices. ] Cook stoves
from $3 up. Town Market Furniture Co., 25
sth et S, Minneapolis. ' ■..."••,;••■..<.>:
KITCHEN RANGE, INGRAIN. . CARPET?
plain and fancy lamps, all in good condition '
cheap. 603 W Franklin ay, flat 2.,.*. / ,- : ■•>>,:
♦x«vX~:~:~x~xk~:~:« •:♦<♦♦♦♦♦•>♦♦♦ •>♦
♦I* ATTENTION, BARGAIN SEEKERS. ♦>
<• The Town Market Furniture Co., 25 ♦>
•>; and 27 sth st S, have just closed a deal •>
<♦ with the Minneapolis Commercial Club «>
<♦ for all of the furniture and fixtures of -♦>
♦;♦ ; their old clubrooms;. these goods .. will. •>
♦> be . offered for the next ten days at •>
•> prices that must sell them. If you are A
V looking for lodge, office or houtie fur- ♦♦♦
•> ndshings of * good quality, don't over- ' •>
•> - look this GREATER . OPPORTUNITY, •>
V Fine leather couches and chairs, ele-l<&
•I*. gant heavy ■ library and elubroom ta- '■ •*♦
♦> bles, willow, recaption and parlor fur- •♦•
•> niture, 750 yards of velvet Brussels '<•
<• carpet, : any size you; want; fine rugs, ••♦
•> at your own price; r fine bar, counter, ■ •;•
♦> scales,, pictures, .leather center Beat, «{•
♦> cost $125, very cheap. ■_- Call, and ■; look - <»
♦!► over these great bargains.'" •■■' ■ '• <•
FOR SALE—ONE . NO. • 5 BARNES ENGINE
lathe,.- 11-inch - swing, complete,': with; both
velocipede ', foot * power,; and " friction clutc,h
countershaft; also ) two I universal chucks I and
assortment of tools; all In good condition and
going at $70; delivery March 6. • Address Ed
sria BUMuHt B*atn« VaUfjv Mlaa. ;~J
*■ "■"■'."»"' .■■ * "^ 11 T-iiT muTmriiii ■JrwinffßgiiMi 1 n#nMiiriiMiiiiiiMff^'*w ■' \\^,~-
NUMBER BO—Co-tinned.
PRIVATE SALE, AT OWNER'S RESl
dence.'of flue, 1 up-to-date, modernl furniture;
brass and Dresden beds, leather couch, leath
er-Turkish rocker; also other leather chairs
and rockers; Davenport, oak dining .set,
with leather chairs to match; : velvet and
Brussels ' carpets, • center table, hair mat
tresses, box spring;; beautiful' pictures and
mirrors; also elegant upright piano. These
goods used less, than three months; good as
new;.must be seen to. be appreciated. Call
any time..''l3l9. W. 24th st, near Hennepin. ,
BARGAINS r IN . MANDOLINS—VYE~H A
four more; of those $15 pearl fingerboard,-25
--rlbbed rosewood t mandolins for $7.50 each.
Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S. Just"
off Nicollet. ,
RAIN VIL LE BROS/; MAN FACT
and dealers of mattresses and furniture; mat
tresses made over (renovated); furniture re
paired,- reflnished and upholstered; buy from
us and save from 10 to 25 per cent. <15 and
1T _N_ lcißland; both telephones.
WANTED-E"VERYBOD~Y INTERESTED IN
poultry raising to know that we manufacture
high grade incubators and brooders, and we
want-such J persons to send for our "Poultry
Book and Catalogue." To those it's free.
Address Dcs Molnes Incubator Co., box 117,
Molnea, lowa. .' '
■ • '.» . > • »%«J»»J»«Jm«J»»JmJ»
<► HAVE YOU ANY MONEY to invest?**
•> See our ad under "Mines and Mining." •♦♦
•> INTER STATE GOLD MINING CO., •>
V Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. C*
*♦>♦>«>•>♦>«> .:. ■ '■;.-':—,. .-.. . ■ .- ' ■
8&8°^a888888S8^as 888888888?. SBBSBSBSBSBB
88 ALWAYS USE OZONET. ' 88
ok Around the house. It prevents diph- 8i
it theria and other diseases. On sale by 8s
ii all druggists. Ozonet Co.. 243 4th ay S. .' 82
FOR SALE—ENTIRE STOCK OF A CALl
fornia Bel gain Hare company, consisting of
about 60 hares in pedigreed stock, one lot or
separate; very cheap. 328 3d st S. '___■
FOR SALE— CHEAP, HEAVY HARNESS,
wagon, bobs and dump boards, or exchange
for part cash and part ; groceries or wood.
1927 14th ay S. _v. , •
FOR SALE—MY BEAUTIFUL decker
Bros, upright piano that cost $600; on ac
count of leaving the city this piano must be
sold at once; will give part time to good
party. Inquire Mrs. German, Pat 2. m 6th
st S. ■ ~~ - ■ -,',-. -. - '
BLUE BARRED STRAIN PLYMOUTH
.Rock cockerels for sale; good stock, good size
and score card with each bird. Address B
882, Journal. . - - . ; .
FOR SALE—GOOD PIANO, $20. CALL 1700
Ist ay S. See janitor. . __/
BARGAINS IN UPHOLSTERING, FURNl
ture, repairing, reflnishing and cabinet work;
mattresses renovated, hair and moss, $1.50;
, cushions, window seats and dress boxes made
to order; all work guaranteed. Gustafson, 903
■Nicollec ay. ■ . ..
pianos— " ; : ——-— '—
Storey & Clark $160 00
New England 160.00
Harvard 102.00
Victor :.... ....176.00
Ten organs, your choice, $8 to $10. Cen
tury Piano Co., 620 Nicollet. ■
LARGE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE;
good condition, used six years; must be sold.
Address T 882, Journal. ; > :
FOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED BARRED
Plymouth Rock cockerels; call Sunday. ,3009
Blalsdell ay. ... . ■ r . - '
FOR SALE—CHEAP; $25 FOR 1900 TRIBUNE
bicycle; cost $50; good as new. Call Mon
day, 417 Washington ay S.
YOUR CHOICE OF 50 NEW UPRIGHT Pl
anos for rent at $3.50, $4 and $5 a month; one
year's rent allowed should you desire to par
chase. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S corner
Nicollet. ' .
RADIANT HOME RANGE WITH WATER
front, $20; Dockash range with water front,
$16; Gold Coin range with water front $16
--reservoir cook, $5; square cook, $3- Jewel
gas range, $7. 219 Washington ay N.
FOR RENT
, MMBER 21,
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
10 ROOMS, MODERN, HEATED BY , FUR
nace; good . condition, at 212.9 th st S. Elliot
& Metcalf, SIS E 18th at, ■ .:. ,■;,, •
FOR RENT-^EVEN-ROOM HOUSE, NO. -
645 sth st N, $16 per month. Apply at Re
gan's bakery, sth st and 7th a v N. ' ■ '
FIRE --INSUARNCE WRITTEN IN GOOD
companies. Title Ins. & Trust Co. Oueida blk.
; B*s*Bßsßßß** 88SSSS888S88888S88SK8S8S»!8S^K»K88
NOTICE.
We solicit the care and management
of real property and defaulted mort
gages. We can sell property placed
under our care.
NICKELS & SMITH,
No. 311 Nieollet Ay, Suite 2.
2618 HEXXEPIX AY, 10 ROOMS, MODERN,
barn. $40.
1722 Xicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $35.
2428 4th ay S, 10 rooms, modern, $20.
603 Bth ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $25.
715 Oak Lake ay, S rooms, modern, $25.
■31 Highland ay, 15 rooms, modern, barn, $50.
262u sth ay S, 10 rooms, modern, barn, $27.50.
1402 Vine place, 9 rooms, modern, $22.60.
2309 sth ay S, 9 rooms, barn, $20.
700 University ay SE, t> rooms, $18.50.
2222 Clinton ay, 7 rooms, city water, $15.
326 2d ay S, sacond floor, 4 rooms, $12.50.
614 E Franklin ay, 8 rooms, barn, $20.
120f> Hennepin ay, second floor, 4 rooms, $15.
2640 Ist ay S, 8 rooms, city water, $17.
2647 Ist ay S, 6 rooms, city water, $9.
534 7th ay N, 7 rooms, city water, $10.
2731 Stevens ay, 7 rooms, gas, city water, $20.
1231 Ms Ist ay X, 4 rooms flat, $9.
GEORGE ODLUM, :;09-311 Phoenix bldg.
Will remove Feb. 22 to 309-311 Phoenix bldg.
DAVID P. JONES & CO.,
200 OXEIDA BUIIjDIXG.
HOUSES FOR REXT.
-2434 Stevens ay, 12 rooms, modern $45.00
2221 Portland ay, S rooms, modern 35.00
2435 Harriet ay, 10 rooms, modern ..:.., 25.€0
2518 Ist ay S, 9 rooms, city water 1ti.67
3229 Xicollet ay, 8 rooms, city water.... 16.67
3028 Cedar ay, 8 rooms, city water 16.67
721 Bradford ay X, 7 rooms, city water 13.50
511 E Grant Bt, 7 rooms, oity water 13.00
2110 22'-i ay S, 8 rooms (will repair).... 10.00
3013 19th ay S, 6 rooms, city water 10.00
UO2B Snellfng ay, 6 rooms, well and cis
tern 8.00
3038 Grand st XE, 8 rooms 7.00
2518 27th ay S, 5 rooms, city water $.00
1315 6th 8t XE, 4 room* 6.60
ROOMS FOR REXT.
2210 Oakland ay, Ist floor, 5 rooms $15.00
1410 E 24th Bt, Ist floor, 6 rooms and barn 12.0<>
:iO2 18th ay X, Ist floor, 4 rooms 9.00
1141 Gimrd ay X, Ist floor, 4 rooms 8.00
2GOo Stevens ay, 2d floor, 4 rooms 7.00
1003 Emerson ay X, 2d floor, 4 rooms 1.00
25 W 29th st, Ist floor, 4 rooms 7.00
2926 sth ay S, 24 floor, 4 room* 7.b0
813 20th ay S, 2d floor, 4 rooms «.5O
2511 7th st S, 2d floor, 5 rooms 6.00
2704 Humboldt ay X, 2d floor, 4 rooms.. 6.U0
32 Holden st, 2d floor, 3 rooms 6.00
2443 25th ay S, Ist floor, 4 rooms 3.00
1003 3d ay XE, 3 rooms , 2.50
STORES FOR RENT.
1 and 3 W 261h st, 40x40 $25.00
726 11th. ay S 18.00
2605 Stevens ay 12.00
2018 19th ay S , 6.00
84 Holden st 6.U0
BARK FOR RENT.
408 Plymouth ay N, per year $15.00.
' ■- ' ' .... ■■■ ■- ■ '.- .' : ■ ' : * i
LEWIS HOKE, 633 Ist ay S. Tel. Me. 3100-J2.
• . . GOOD HOUSES AND' FLATS '
• . • at moderate rental to good . tenants.
• • • Call for list of what you want.
WE SELL PROPERTY PLACED UNDER
our care and collect rents promptly. Nickel*
& Smith, 311 Nicollet ay. ' " ■■-■•■ ". : '
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed and shipped.
Best facilities and- largest' and finest vans
and transfer in the city. 1 Office, 200 Nicollet
ay. Tel., both lines, 1208; residence.l 8834 L.
FOR RENT—BRICK BUILDING, 39 ROOMS,
modern," corner iof *. Hennepin and S 12th ~ st.
cheap. S. A. . Reed, 208 Century building. -
EIGHT-ROOM MODERN ". HOUSE v NEAR
university.- Motley school and inter urban car
line; possession April 1. "■ , Call now at - 716
Delaware stSE. .-*■- --"- - -■-* »•■■.•■
».:..>M"M"M"H»M-4-l"I l H-H-M-H-**
•i- BEFORE RENTING, CALL FOR OUR * :
4* list; • or Iwe will * mail upon * request. • •
4* We can * show you ' anything la the '* • •
4* line of rentals. *-- 4*
v W. A. . BARNES & CO., *
•$• '■ i ■:■ -"•: 300-802 Nicollet. ' ..
• I' l-M-M-M-M-M-H-t 1 M"l ■!"»' 1 'I">V
HENT OR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT NEAR
Oak and Jackson &ts, St. Louis Park.--Win;
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty building. r :
HOUSES, . FLATS; TENAMENTS AND
stores, i-. Call •at ? office. H. B. Lftdd, 80S
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NUMBER 21—Continued.
HOUSE, ZIER ROW, .IS ROOMS; STEAM
heat, hot, cold and artesian water: all mod
era; Janitor service. Inquire 815 4th ay S.
M MHI.H 22.
FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS,
a: modern lurnished house; has largo porch,
lawn and trees; within walking distance of
town; rent reasonable to desirable family. B
876. Journal. y
NUMBER S3.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room cards lor those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad. ".
ROOMS RENTED AND SECURED, QUICK-
Iy. and reasonably. Ask for rates; • test our
facilities; we guarantee satisfaction. Broat,
303 Kasota block. . : , .;
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
two closets, in modern flat; board and. car
lines near; also smaller room, very cheap;
603 w Franklin ay, flat 2.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, at reasonable rates; easy walking dis
tance to business center; No. 7 Maple place,
Nicollet island. -.
ROOMS—FOR GENTLEMEN, WITH~PRI
vate family, in steam-heated flat, within
walking distance of postomeu. Address M
BS3, Journal. .
FOR RENT TO SMALL FAMILY, FUR
nished house of five rooms, with cellar and
city water. 411 E 27th st. ■"
FOR RENT—APRIL 1, FOR THE SUMMER,
a six-room furnished house, with gas range,
large yard and porches, east front; very
pleasant; cheap to desirable parties. Inquire
at 3222 Ist ay S.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED .ROOMS. JEN
tirely modern, including steam heat; beauti
ful location, walking distance. Address B 883,;
Journal.
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, COM
plete for light housekeeping, in modern brick
house: walking distance. 814 l(Hh st S.
YOUNG GENTLEMAN NOW OCCUPYING
nice room fin private family desires room
mate; must be gentleman in every respect.
W 883, Journal. _____
NUMBER 24.
I'XFURXISHED ROOMS
FLAT OF 4. MODERN, SECOND FLOOR, $8
per month. 1224 Washington ay 8.
UPSTAIRS FOR RENT^FTVeTrOOMS. IN
quire at 2700 E 25th st. •
WANTED—COUPLE] WITHOUT CHlL
dren, to take part of modern, house; thorough-'
ly modern. Address B 884, Journal.
. NUMBER 25.
UNFURNISHED FLATS
NEWLY FINISHED, MODERN, SIX-ROOM
flats; block from Hennepin and Central park;
68 to 75 Lyndale ay N. F. M. Henry, Lum
ber Exchange.
FOR RENT—TWO SEVEN-ROOM FLATS,
modern, steam heated, centrally located. In
quire room 12, 412 Nicollet ay.
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH
st, second floor. Apply on premises. .Frank
Miller.
FOR FOUR-ROOM . FLAT,. FIRST
floor. No. 8 11th st 3.
five ROOMS. IN brick HOUSE, WITH
bath. ■' W. W. Clark, 313 Nicoilet ay.
A MODERN, STEAM-HEATED FLAT, SIX
rooms, 122.50. Room 5, 313 Nicollet.
ON UPPER NICOLLET~"ISLAND, A FINE
five-room first-floor flat, modern, with stove
heat; cheap. F. C. Griswold, 107 Island ay.
$10—THREE-ROOM FLAT, GAS RANGE."
toilet, brick building, desirable for man and
wife; no children; references. -708 6th si. S.
FLATS, HOUSES, TENEMENTS AND"
stores. Call at office. H. E. Ladd, 302 An
drus building. ■
TH~REE~RObMS, MODEUN EXCEPT HEAT;
gas, water closet, storm windows, screens:
nice locality, $10. Apply Blaisdell and 28th
st, corner grocery. .
2745 NICOLLET AY, FROM MARCH 1,
seven rooms; modern conveniences; brick
building; garbage and water tax paid; $12.
Baily. 507 New York Life building.
NUMBER 20. \
FURNISHED FLATS ; !
COMFORTABLY FURNISHED FLAT OF
live rooms, conveniently' located; will.'* sell
furniture cheap on account of leaving city;
hardwood finish and modern; low rent. Ad
dress N SB2. Journal. :
NICELY - FURNISHED FLAT, THREE
rooms, all modern except heat; call Monday.
1406 Ist ay S. • . ■■
NUMBER 27.
OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICKS $8
to $20.. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet Inquire
room 12. . ■. . .
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ti KASOTA BLOCK. HENNEPIN AY■«
2jl and. 4th st; one to three rooms; steam J2
Si heated; first-class* service. Walter L. 88•
ti Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New g5
ti York Life building. ' $2
883888885? 8888888888888 88SS5SSSS^SS8 SSSBBBSBBBSW
NUMBER 28.
STORES .
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
j FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY.
LARGE, WITH BASEMENT7"FOR~~LIGHT
manufacturing, 1226 Washington ay S, $10.'
Small place for jeweler or confectionery,
619 Washington ay S, $8. .
Store and living rooms for tailor or shoe
miaker, 235 lflthav S, $8. .
1208-1210 4TH ST S—THREE-STORY BRICK
building, . suitable -. for ! manufacturing or
wholesale business; reasonable, rent. Call
City Realty Co., 205 Boston . block.
FOR RENT— STORES, 1001-1003 NICOLLET
ay, now occupied by Yerxa Bros. & Co. Will
lease from April 1. H. E. Ladd, 302 Andrus
| building. • .■.'■•.' '-■•: '.- > ■ •
I 827 PLYMOUTH AY—MEAT MARKET, GOOD
location; fine chance for energetic man;
cheap. Bally, 507 New York Life building.
NUMBER 29. :
■':.(' ■ ACRES ; . . _. .
THREE ACRES FRUIT AND GARDEN,
west side of Cedar lake; good house, well,
cistern, small barn. C. H. Slack, 823 Guar
anty building. .'....■." ' '
FOR RENT—GOOD BUILDINGS, WITH SIX
acres of land, near Lake Harriet. Apply 3209
NJcollet ay. ■ ' '
FOR RENT—I 4 ACRES, 19THAV NE AND
C st; good buildings, suitable for market
gardening. Address D 876, Journal. _^
NUMBER SO. - >?.\
MISCELLANEOUS
BARBER SHOP, FURNISHED; 2 CHAIRS,
fine location; $12 per month; 1001 Washington
ay S. , . .:.- :. j ■ .
Medium-size fireproof safe, 212 Nicollet ay.
CORNER LOT ON WESTERN AY TO LET"
for term of years; good location for black
smith or wagon shop, or will build and rent
to responsible party. - Inquire 400 20th »v N.
ELITE HALL, 800 E 24TH ST; FINE AP
pointments and ventilation; just the place for
social gatherings and club parties. Apply
Nickels & Smith, ; 311 Nicollet ay, room a.
>DVi/\na Ualn tAi
. NUMBER 31.
HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED,,. Jl; ■ MAIN SPRINGS.
|1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 33 3d st S.
YOUNG MAN, GO TO ARCHIBALDS COL
lege. Lake at, corner Stevens, {or bookkeep
ing, shorthand, typewriting and English
branches. Day and evening.
SILK VELVET COLLAR, 60c; OVERCOAT
■leaves relined, 50c; pants recut Into style,
75c; * suits * steam." cleaned, |1. At Anthony,
tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
TINNERS NON-UNION. H. L.
Day. 1122-1126 Yale place.
WANTED—WEAVERS BY A NORTHWES
tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed;
steady work. For particulars address N 865,
Journal. » : ■■'■'. ■„: ■ ■■- ', ■ ■■
WANTED— 1 COATMAKER, AT ONCE;
steady work to right party. Theo. Walter,
Flandreau. 8. D. ;
WANTED— MAN TO LEARN GOOD
business. Must have $5,000 to loan on good
security. _ 881; Journal. s
WANTED—BOYS, 16 YEARS OF AGE. A."
D.T. office. .. -' v.y-. '■■':-■>: ■ -,
BOOKKEEPER; ONE WHO CAN
operate typewriter. > Give references and sal
ary. A 881, Journal.; ,: ; *
WANTED—COMPETENT AND RELIABLE
men In every i town and city where gas and
gasolene, lights are used, to represent ' the
Pioneer Mantle ' company, • Minneapolis, - Minn.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SOLICIT" TRADE*
from hotels, restaurants and saloons by largo
Jobbing house; only the best need apply; good
positions . for energetic > men with references
Address V- 881, Journal., *
MECHANICS. ENGINEERS. ELECTRICIANS;
firemen,"* etc. a- A free ; scholarship in' engineer-
Ing will 1 be': awarded to a i few well-recom
mended applicants. Amerleaa gch»ol «t Cor
,K*UOI*lJUu-c D**toH, ITMI. -«..-,,,;:.,„.,,-■ :J
SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1901.
NUMBER Continued.
WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MEN AND WOM
en in every town to work for us at their
homes. NO CANVASSING. We will send
work any distance. We have several lines of
work to give out, some of which requires no
experience. If you can't devote the whole
day to our work, : you can'earn $5 or $6 a
week by working an hour or two evenings.
Address Standard Mfg. Co., 142 West 23d st.
New York. % • . . : .
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS/WHERE THEY
are, how ' obtained, salaries paid, examina
tions- required, ■ etc.; : regular examinations
! soon in every state; circular 143, giving full
; particulars sent free.\, Write to-day. Nation
al Correspondence Institute, Washington.D.C.
ENERGETIC SA_ESMAN~SCHO"O_r~SUP
pIies; country work; $100 salary and commis
glons. R. Q. Evans & Co., Chicago, 111. :
TRUSTWORTHY PERSON TO TRAVEL
for old established, reliable house; positively
no canvassing required; - salary $780 and ex
penses; inclose self-addressed stamped envel-'
op. Manager, 38S Caxton'budding, Chicago.
WANTED— TO, REPRESENT^ESPON^.
slble manufacturing house; salary of $36 paid
for two weeks' i trial; Important,; permanent
position if satisfactory. Address C. M Co
box 1412, Philadelphia, Pa.
positions UNDER THE GOVERNMENT—
Thousands of appointments will be made from
civil service examinations to be held every
where in March and April. Catalogue of in
formation free. Columbian Correspondence
College, Washington, D. O.
SALESMEN—FOR OFFICE SPECIALTIES,'
by sample; fine side lines; easy sellers; lib
eral terms; we help you start; exclusive
territory; catalogue free. Model Mfg. Co.,
Box L. South Bend, Ind.
WANTED—OIL SALESMAN TO SELL LU
bricating oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. The A. G. Har
baugh Co., Cleveland. O. ■ ~
WE WANT A LIVE, HONEST, INTELLI
gent, middle-aged man, who can- put up $50
as a guarantee and devote entire time, for
good pay, with well-rated corporation. Ref
erences exchanged. No postals answered. ,
T. N. company, 527-529-531 W North ay, Chi-
CagO.-* '■■:■:,■•■::•. ■ ■ „:'.■ - ;.■■ , •.- :
WANTED—MEN, TO ADVERTISE AND IN
troduce our soaps and specialties, tack signs,
distribute circulars, samples; steady work;
$12 weekly and expenses. -. Marvel Mfg. Co.,
Chicago. ■ . ' - . -■■■■-■
WANTED—EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
tack signs," distribute circulars, samples, etc.
No canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau. Chicago,. ■ »::. - ■ • ;''vi
ANY PERSON WHO WILL DISTRIBUTE
circulars for $3 daily should address Sandard
Co., 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady position; no
canvassing. .■ . ■
$10 STARTS YOU IN MANUFACTURING
business; 500 per cent profit; sample for
mula, 25 cents. Address box 1267, Brainerd,
Minn. -. ■ ■- v
WANTED—TRAVELING MAN FOR MlN
neaota.; $65 monthly; permanent position;
special : line. Address Road Manager, 330
Dearborn st, office 350. Chicago.
BRIGHT OFFICE BOY. ANSWER IN OWN.
handwriting, stating age, experience and sal
ary expected. Address A 882, Journal.
WANTED—TWO MACHINISTS~WHO~ARE
first-class lathe hands; also one first-class
pattern maker. Twin City Iron Works, 317
11th a.v'S.
WANTED—MALE NURSE; PATIENT DE
sires accommodations with nurse; out daily
little trouble; give terms, experience, refer
ences and full particulars. F 882, Journal.
YOUNG MAN—INVESTIGXfE~OTIR~METH"
od of teaching shorthand and. typewriting ii
you are contemplating taking up the study
THE MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE
Guaranty Loan building. •
WANTED - FIRST-CLASS COOK WITH
?i/ ",i reference; none other need' apply.
JJ. "i oil &t. o •
HUSTLING MANAGER WANTED IN EACH
prominent city and town; $18 per week; no
loafers; $5 required, fully secured; position
permanent; no books; send stamp. Utopian
Supply Co., Philadelphia. Pa. f
WANTED - EXPERIENCED BUNDLE
wrapper, who understands wrapping dry
goods: state age and experience O BS'»
Journal. "''
WANTED—AS SOLICITOR, WELL AP
pearing man, capable of calling on business
men in Minneapolis. Nice business, with no ,
competition. ' Good wages and future for
the right man. Must have references. „•!
883, Journal. ,
SALESMEN FOR ALL. LINES OF BUSINESS
(splendid side line) to sell our advertising
rang, 75 different styles; newest, . latest pat
terns: just the things customers want; we
pay the largest commissions; many of our
men give their entire time to our line and
make from $75 to $125 every week- guaran
teed best side line ever offered; write prompt
ly with .references. Commissions paid on ac
ceptance of orders. American Novelty Co
Cincinnati, Ohio. *
WANTED—A MAN FOR LIGHT DELIVERY
—One acquainted with the city; must be a
hustler. Apply Minneapolis Dye Works, 242
Meollet ay.
WE PAY $20 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO
men with rigs to introduce poultry com
pound. International Mfg. Co., Parsons. Kan.
MANAGER WANTED IN EVER"y"~LARGE
county; strictly lawful nickel slot machine
for drinks and cigars; rented or sold on easy
payments; secure territory quick. Valentine
Morgan & Co., Chicago, 111. ;..-
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN, AC
quainted with billiard table and bar fixture
line. Brunswick, Balke, Collendar Co., 245
Ed ay S. .-.''- '
WANTED—A BRIGHT YOUNG MAN, WITH
some experience in grocery. A. M". Peter
son, 127 Washington ay S.
INTELLIGENT MEN-TO SHOW AND TAKE
orders for our new official census Atlas; spe
cial liberal proposition. Hiff & Co 110 Wa
bash, Chicago. ; '
WANTED^YOUNG . MAN. OVER 21 FOR A
permanent traveling position in Minnesota
s6o monthly and all expenses to start; ad
vancement; references, self-addressed envel
op for particulars. Edward Wlmmer, Pon
tlac building, Chicago. ;■".*. .
WANTED, TRUSTWORTHY max to TRAV
eI and collect; salary $65 monthly, and ex
penses; permanent position. Address Smith
manager," 364 Dearborn st, Chicago. :
WANTED—YOUNG MAN OF BUSINESS EX
perience that can use typewriter to take inter
est in an old established real estate business.
Give references. D 884, Journal.
WANTED— ENERGETICTSALESMEN BY A
large manufacturer; steady employment; big
remuneration; we train and equip for suc
cess. Address Clerk 109, box 890, Chicago.
SEND US 27c POR~OUR~ELECTRJC~ BELT
on approval; sealed circulars free. Dr. Pe
terson's Electric Belt Co., 245 Ist ay S Min
neapolis. Minn. -
"LIFE OF .QUEEN VICTORIA" NOW
ready for delivery; send in your orders; if
you have not commenced to work, send for.
free outfit, as all your neighbors will want it,
Creora & Xlckerson Home Furnishing Co
116 So. 4th st, Minneapolis, Minn.
■ "•.-;■..;■ NUMBER 33. . """
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
YOUNG LADY— THOROUGH PREP-"
aratlon for office work, attend Archibald col
lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and
evening sessions. . ... , • •" ■
DRESSMAKERS, SEAMSTRESSES AND
sewing girls; if you can operate a sewing
machine successfully you can get steady work
and good pay making ladies' wearing appa
rel. Sterling Mfg. Co., corner 3d st and 6th
ay N, second floor, Heywood building.
GOOD HANDS ON PRESSING SHIRTS AND"
other week work; steady employment to good*
girls. Robitshek, Frank & Heller. 18 3d st N.
RIMLESS EYEGLASSES, SOLID GOLD,
$3.50; gold filled, $1.75. - Eyes examined free.
Our eye water cures sore eyes In two days;
■weak and dull looking eyes will look bright,
clean and healthy; sample bottle, 25c. -:.. Os
trem, 329 Nlcollet ay, upstairs... room 5.
WANTED— YOUNG LADY PARTNER TO
go Into dressmaking business la a thriving
town about sixty miles from Minneapolis.
Must be good cutter. Catholic preferred.
Call at 402 4th st NE, flat 6, after 6 p. m.
WANTED—GIRL. MONDAY, FOR GENER
aI housework. 2204 Grand ay.
WANTED—DINING-ROOM, GIRL AT 8 WES
tern ay, to work nights.
STENOGRAPHER-WITH SOI +! KNOWL
edge of bookkeeping; must be good penman
and accurate: address la own handwriting,
giving references. M 882, Journal. " :•
YOUNG LADY—THE MOST EXPERT STE
nographers in Minneapolis and those holding
the best positions are i graduates of THE
MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, Guar
anty: Loan building. :■'•■. .'.■- V
WANTED—GIRL] BOHEMIAN^ - NORWE
gian or German; two in family; 3134 Pleasant
ay. Call to-night* or to-morrow afternoon. ,;
A CHEAP NURSE— AFTEiEfljrs~eN~
day, 1006 12th ay SE. Take Comb - car to
Como ay and 15th. 1...
WANTED—ONE LADY TO - MAIL OR SU
perintend distribution -of r circulars .• in each
town of United States; . good pay, permanent
employment. Address, with stamp, Mrs. M.
Summers,. Notre Dame, Ind.' • ; j. . • '■.'z ' >-'■
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS VEST MAKER.
Call at 709. Nlcollet. ;•• ;-••.-'-- -■:■-,; v .
DISHWASHER -WANTED AX COLUMBIA
•aofeMM&V £& £ft«oil«t *^ .\ : . ■
\UMBEIt 32— Continued. . '
?1 PER DAY PAID BY THE NORTH WES
tern dress cutting school • while ■ learning to
i cut, baste, bone and trim dresses of every
description. Mme. Bu Chane. 723 Hennepln.
YOUNG" AMERICAN GIRL. TO WORK IX
home bakery; - steady place; „ good home to
right party.. Call 927 Bth ay S. '
THE NEW YORK SCHOOL OK DREBS
i ;■■•■;:'•'.'•••;; CUTTING
Is the only system in the -city that is "not a
chart. ,' We simply use a tailor's squara
(which. Is square and not round). We will
give a trial lesson or fit a lining free to con
vince any lady wishing to investigate our
method of cutting that we have the only act
ual measurement system in the city and can
be easily learned by a child 10 years or age.
J1.50 per day paid sewing girls.- Apply at
£&s*tS5 W-" YORK SCHOOL- OF DRESS-.
CUTTING, 705 HENNEPIN AY.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
to help with children: no washing or ironing.
References required. 606^' E 27th st.
O TO DOMESTIC HELP. . O
Cj; This ad is for you. S
Q. The Mercantile Reference Co., 510 £►
JO; Lumber Exchange, has added to Its Q
§ already increased business a Domestic Q
already Increased business a Domestic #
Q. Department, to assist you'in securing <O:
O situations with good families, where o!
O your pay ;will be. sure. If you are &
# neat and understand the kind of work ,O
5 you apply for, we want you to register >O
Q with us. The best of help can always Q
O get the good positions. You must be JC^
0; able to give goon references. Call and Q
6 see our Green Book. It explains all 6
WANT GOOD GIRL, HOUSEKEEPER!
small family; pay good: Call at once and
secure the position. Also one. German girl
for housekeeper for . family of two, in new,
six-room flat; must do the washing and
Ironing. Also one •■ general: cook and one
second. Girl, these positions are waiting for
you. Call 540 Lumber Exchange. . •
'WANTED—SEWING GIRLS": MUST ST
used to power machines; to work "era silk
waists; steady work and good pay, by piece
or day. D. Cohen & Co.. 519 Ist ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
in family of two. Apply 811 E.2Bth st, sec
ond flat. '
WANTED—A COMPETENT KITCHEN GIRL
—Also a chambermaid, at once. 224 10th st S.
WANTED-LADY TO TRAVEL COL- 1
lect in Minnesota; $50 monthly, bona fide
guaranteed salary and expenses; trustworthy
position; references, required; send self-ad
dressed envelop for reply. James Maeßrady,
Star building, Chicago. ' „ '
WANTED—WOMEN AND GIRLS~TO~DO
fancy work for us at home; $5 to $8 per week
Experience unnecessary; no canvassing. Ad
dress, with stamp. Ideal Home Work Co ,
Chicago. :->.. - - '
NUMBER 33.
HORSES, CARRIAGES-FOR SALE
WANTED—TO BUY HORSES, BUGGIES
ana harnesses, blankets and robes. Second
hand rigs of all kinds for sale: cash or time
414 3d st a. ■ , -
BROWN c & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market. St. Paul, Minn., have constantly oa
hand all classes of horses, draft and driving
horses and farm chunks; if you want a horse
of any kind, give us a call.
FOR MATCHED CARRIAGE TEAM;
weight, about 2,600. Address C. D. Griffith
Sleepy Eye, Minn.
FOR SALE— CARLOAD HORSES. 4 TO 6
weighing 1,050 to 1,400; raised here oa my
farm. H. £^Bockoven, Clark, S. D.
FROST & CO.'S STABLES—HEADQUAr"
ters for the sale of all classes of horses. Many
snaps among the offerings. 12 2d st K.
• f HORSES. HORSES. ~ :
Barrett & Zimmerman have from GOO to
7ss head of horses and mules constantly on
hand. Auction every Wednesday. Privata
Bales daily. Part time given if desired.
Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Mar
ket, Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—TWO GOOD*
full-blood Pereheron" Norman stallions; one
coal black, one dark dapple gray. i Will take
as part pay good span :of drivers and one or
two good, heavy teams. Lock- box G Grand
Meadow, Minn. - : -..,.;. .».,
BARGAINS IN HARNESS, SINGLE AND
double, light and' heavy; large assortment.
Bargains in horse.blankets and covers. Some
fine woolen blankets. Also pinery, stable
and square blankets, 45c to $6.13 each. Special
prices on one job lot white duck horse cov
ers, 13 and 15 ounce. See them sure befor#
buying. J. D. Ogden, 1509 3d st S.
TWO HORSES LEFT TO BE SOLD, 900 A.ND
1.100 pounds; make offer; trade for anything
HORSE FOR SALE—7 YEARS OLD; GOOD
traveler; snap if taken at once. 2508 2Sth ay
S, city.
FOR SALE-PAIR OF. HORSES, WEIGHT
3,000, 6 years old, or will sell lighter pair;
harness, wagon; sell separate. 2922 Stev
ens ay. . ..
FOR SALE-SORREL HORSE,' WEIGHT
about 950 pounds, or trade for chickens. Also
one spring wagon. 759 3d st N. Minneapolis.
BLACK FARM MARE, WEIGHT 1,200 LBS ;
good worker; goes cheap if sold to-morroW
Brick barn, rear of 316 4th ay S.
FOR THREE SPRING DELIVERY
wagon; hand made; run one year- cos
|75, $35 takes it. Address. A 884,. Journal..
NUMBER 34.
HORSES, CARRIAGES— WANTED
WANT THE BEST 1.200-POUND DELIVERY
horse about $35 will buy. Scott & Mc-nahan
rear 814 Nicollet.
WANTED— SECOND-HAND, LIGHT DE
livery wagon. Must be very cheap, for cash
or trade. Also a single harness. 3043 17th
ay S. ... - . .. . ■ ,
TO BUY, FOR CASH. A NO. 1 DRIVING
horse, any color except gray; must be sound;
safe for a woman to drive; an extra fast
roadster, 6 to 8 years old, and weigh not less
than 1,150 pounds. Address, at once A BS3,
Journal, giving full description and price.
NUMBER 36
LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS
furs in *tor» and warehouse receipts. 825
Guaranty Loan. ' ■ ■ .. , . , ,
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPU-"
cation, on furniture, planes, horses, wagons,
fixtures, eic, goods to remain in ycur un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS
Minneapolis Loan Co.. COl-2.Globe Building.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE*
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments'
; cheapest ratee; business confidential. Minne
| sou Mortgage Loan Co.; room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
LOANS on furniture, pianos, without remov
al; cheap rates. 25 Washington ay 3; room 15.
CHATTEL LOANS ON NEW PLAN; INVES
tigate before borrowing elsewhere; it will
pay you, it will please you. Herbert Wil
liams, 916 Guaranty building
NUMBER 37.
LOST AND FOUND
STAAYED—LIVER AND WHITE POINTER
bitch, large spots on body and ticked; ha» it
shot- ia left ear; reward for information or
return. Address Box 590. city. :. : ; .
STRAYED OR STOLEN— BULL
terrier dog, -white, pink skin; return for re
ward; no questions asked. 93 Western ,ay.
LOST—A SMALL MINK BOA ON CHICAGO
ay, between 32d and 33th Bts; kindly return
to 3441 Chicago ay. ' ■■■'„- .-■ - ~-■-- m
LOST—SATURDAY MORNING. ON WASH
burn Park car, a pair eye glasses; return to .
102 Phoenix building for reward.
STRAYED OR STOLEN— DOG
black head, : with white stripe between eyes, :
some tan . under '•_ jaws; white, body,' with
black, ticks; I return | for reward ,to- R. Alex-1
ander ,_195 Island ay/or telephone 1330. •:.- -
FOUND—BROWN MARE, 1,200 LBS. CALL
at 12, engine house, corner Summer and
Jackson ats E. : -
NUMBER 38.
MUSICAL
WILLARD PATTEN, VOICE CULTURE
and harmony, removed to 620^ Nic. Telephn'e
" NUMBER 39. J"™
MEDICAL /
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 826 HEN'NEPIN
ay; porcelain . tubs; , massage, cabinet and
abdicated batha; experienced lady attendant.
NATURAL •BORN HEALER— ' DE
formity, all kinds of diseases;;makes ■ no dif
ference what the case may be. A positive re
lief in one treatment.-316,9th at S. .^ :.
PILES— H. WAITE, 25 YEARS'„• SPE
cialist, cures every case;, write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
VIRTUAMA. FRENCH TREATMENT. BOTH
sexes; cures impotency, gives vitality, vigor,
restoring desires,.; ambitious, - aspirations "- of.
youth, health; $2, or three for $5; sent on re
ceipt ;of : price. > Kidd Drug Co., ; jfilgiii, 111.
Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. House, Mpls. P.
M. Parker, »pp. P. \.0.,;. St. Paul. < Fred Scotl
Sitat* SUIIwaW. Full iia« rubber gcocU.
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