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THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 11)01.
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[ tour Business r^a^Aiir/Tu.^'-a Needs Advertising
BOARD OF HEALTH BALKS
„ .- Anoku'- Council Wouldn't Pay the
Bills— ReMlßnattoiiH.
Anoka," Minn.. March 7. —The members
of the city board of health tendered their
. resignations yesterday. The trouble
• C.' seems to nave arisen" over the city coun
-iT oil refusing to pay bills contracted by
them. ,: The health-board claims the right,
by law, to furnish,necessities to persons
under Quarantine, who are unable to aid
§ .themselves, but. the council thinks differ
ently, hence, the truuble. . Dr. J. H.
. Frank. Thomas Magson. Sr.. and William
I'ouie. have resigned. The smallpox
-;': epidemic is.about over.
Patron* of the nunt pn«e tihoiilil out
' _ ■ ■ **J| _ _ , . -
thin «ut tor r«*f«'ren«-t' hi* II will
Hot appear every day.;
INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS
• To easily find any heading, note the num
ber opposite'the heading In the. index: the
'headings of each department are numbered
consecutively, as in the index": ;
I—Agents Wanted. -
-—Announcements, ,';
. :v-Auctt^n Sales. ■ . . • •
■ ' 4—Accountants. "■"•
Belgian 11;.
• e^Btfstnlis;*Opp Sortuiiltie~s:'! '"
|] -BusTness Opportunl
7—Business Specials.

.* 9— Business . Bargains. . .- ■ -. ■
. 10—Board and Rooms. . t
11—Board Offered.
. Board Wanted. '
Castings. <>'V"'';
■13-Cows. :- -
14^— Clairvoyants.
. fleet! \ c Agency.
*C4—Detective Bureau.
s l.'i — Dressmaking. - « ■
16—Dyeing and Cleaning. :
i >entistry.
IT—Educational.
19—Financial. ' . • ' , I
2i>—For Sale. Miscellaneous. ■-■ . ¥ > ;
75— For , Sale. Stocks and ' Bonds'.
21—For Rent, Unfurnished Houses^
.-—For Rent, Furnished Houses.
23—For Rent, Furnished Rooms.
24—For Rent,. Unfurnished. Rooms.
25—For Rent, Unfurnished Flats.
26—For Rent, Furnished Flats. j
27—For Rent, Offices.
28—For. Rent, Stores. ...
. 23— 'or Rein, Acres. . ■
3"— For Rent, Miscellaneous. '
74— Furriers.
Sl— Help Wanted, Male.
32—Help-Wanted, Female.
33 —Horses, Carriages—For Sale.
34—Horses, Carriages—Wanted.
35—Intsruction.
70 —Lake Farm Lauds.
36—Loans and Chattels.
37—Lost and Found.
<!3— Mines and Mining.
.65—Moving.and Storing.
67- -Machinery and Engines.
38— Musical.
39—Medical.
— Miscellaneous. '■
■41—Minnetcnka Property.
42—Notices.
43—Notices to Contractors.
72—Nursery Stock.
71—Osteopathy.
Pensions.
44—Personal.
45—Purchasing Agents.
. 45—Patent Attorneys.
47—Real Estate for Sale, Improved.
43—Real Estate for Sale, Unimproved.
49—Real Estate for Sale, Farm Lands.
50— Leal Estate, Exchange.
Situations Wanted, Male.
52—Situations Wanted, Female.
53—Storage and Moving.
54— Stove Repairs.
55—Sewing Machines. /
06—Storm Sash, Carpenter Work.
73—Theatrical Costumes.
57—To Exchange, Miscellaneous. i
oS—Wanted, Miscellaneous
59—Wood and Coal.
61—Wanted. Real Estate.
Wanted, to Rent.
The ads cost only one cent a word under
any heading.
. All abbreviations and numbers counted as'
one word and .no ad taken for less than 20 '
i cents each insertion. . Payable strictly cash in I i
advance. " j ]
Journal Want' Pag' closes at 1 p. m. Ads ! 1
received between 1 and 2 p. m.. Inserted same ' i
day, if desired, under "Too Late to Classify." I ]
All ads are printed in The Journal's three ' i
editions, the 4 and 5 o'clock and the next ' '
day at noon.
Advertisers can have. answers to their ads j
addressed to a numbered letter in care of The
Journal. Answers so addressed will be de- | ,
livtred on presentation of the check.
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS
UNION HACK OFFICE, 211 WASHINGTON ''
ay S. Hacks furnished on short order, day or !
night; union prices; funerals, $.'{; hearses
lurnished.; Telephone, main 260.
•i 1. A. AND ALL, 820 «TH ST 8, AUDITOR '
and accountant. Manufacturing, mercantile \
.• and other accounts audited and adjusted.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
, G. W. Goo.smau desires to state to his nu
merous patrons that notwithstanding the late
fire, he is/ still doing business at the old ;
■stand: ' Prompt' attention given to all orders. .
a BUSINESS CHANCES
\J . - -.-> c., -.-. .-.-.-. «a; : ■ .-. - .■.■ -.
WE LAUNDER CLOTHES AND DO IT i
■with soap; no harmful materials used; give !
us a trial. Custom Laundry, 112 6th st S.
Telephone ' 138. . ,
WE CAN MARKET YOUR PATENT AND
sell your business, no matter where legated;
- "quick sale, small profits." Barbour &. Ped
ersen, Baltimore building. Chicago.
SHOEMAKER WANTED—MAX TO BUT
shoemaker's tools and supplies at Brandon,
Minn.; good opening. Address C. W. Meek-
Btrouth, Evansville, Minn.
HARD A X A I) MACHINERY business
•tor sale; best country trade in North Dako
ita; good chance to add general store; in
voice about $3,000; annual sales about $50,000; J
will also sell, lease or rent the" building, I
worth $3,300; part time if desired, or will j
trade for one-third cash-and'balance in val- I
uable real estate or live stock; want to sell |
-on- account of illness and too much other i
business. Address E 892, Journal.
WANTED—A MAN" WITH $20,000 AND GOOD '
business qualifications to operate a manufac- I
turing plant ip Canada. We want to dupli
cate our Minneapolis plain in Canada; we are
well known; our success here is sufficient
guaranty that the .investment is safe; we
don't belong to a trust; we have one of our
own. Address O 892, Journal.
WANTED— GOOD LACSMITH AND
woodworker in western town: good location;
■ lots given frt-e; one who can speak German
preferred. Correspond with Peart & Ross,
'' Lyrichburg, N. I). .
I WANTED—STOCK MERCHANDISE WORTH
about $12,000 to $14,000, in good running order
in trade for Al land, Red River valley; well
rented and all under plow; none but those
who have first-class stock need answer." Ad
dress Box 334, Moorhead, Minn.
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE—IN COUNTY
seat town; circulation 700; big run of job
work and advertising; best of reasons for
selling; will be sold cheap for cash or part
time given. Address Press, P 892, Journal.
" $io;ooo7new 35-room, furnished, city
apartment buildir-s: steam, plumbing, natural
-j -wood finish V well occupied: pays. 12 "per cent
~net; sickness compels. 65 Loan and Trust.
WANTED-RESIDENT PARTNER FOR ST"
Paul'and Minneapolis in an established busi
ness; must have at least $500. Address F. B. |
' W.. 401 W !J7th - 6t, ■ Chicago, 111. - .
HOB SALE-^-GOOD LAW~"PRACfICE~i"x '
. thriving .Minnesota town. Illness cause of I
ling. Address A 895, Journal.
.; FINE • GROCERY STOCK, FIXTURES, i
horses., wagons, etc., in; first-class location; j
reason for--'selling, 'owner's poor health; this '
business will bear 'closest investigation. G !
893,:.Jburnal. •.•■' "' -.'• .■■■■'. .- ;'.,... . . :
• ISO .: VALUABLE "REciPES AND FORMU
las , for •■' home manufacture of necessary
household articles. and remedies, 5 cents each; j
- send for list. r Home Remedy and Recipe '
company, 219 li"th ay S. ■ -... ' _ ■"-■ ■■ j
FOR'SALE—LEASE AND FURNITURE OF
14-room house, central and nice location;
give self address^ party will call. Address F
886;- Journal. j
FOR RENT—PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY ATi
Le Sueur. MiDn. Inquire Mrs. Georgina Se- I
gelbaum, 810 E 15th st,'city., for particulars:
■WANT STOCK MERCHANDISE FOR "FARM
lands and cash;- want man with $1,000 to rent
stock farm on shares. -Address H 896, Jour
; al. , . ..-. . • : -
FOR SALE-BUTTER ROUTE OF 100 Ct'S~
tomers: a golden opportunity to make money;
no capital required. Call evenings at 3240
19th av-S. -" . ■.-..,- --»•';./..
Journal's Popular One Cent a word Classified Ads. £»£&»£ | Tclcpponc Your wants lo Main {£ftIBS} Tne Price gfifgjß
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IXMBKH «t—( uutinued.
WANTED—PARTNER WITH CAPITAL TO
have a fire escape patented; there is a for
tune in it; call or write. Nelson, 3240.19 th
ay S. _^ "
40 ACRES NEAR WHITE BEAR; WILL
make nice poultry farm, and cash for grocery
or house and Jot. Address M 896, Journal.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE-BEST TWO
chair combination shop in western Minne
sota, doing good business; reason for Belling,
engaged in other business. Address R 896,
Journal. :
WANTED—tcTREXT FURNISHED HOTEL?
in good town, at once. T. J. Watson, Woon- j
socket, S. D.
GOOD GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALS'
cheap on account of sickness; good trade
and line location. Address V. 896, Journal,
A NEW, CLEAN DRUG STOCK FOR SALE,
iin thriving town. A pharmacist can make
good money here; good opening fora Nor
wegian doctor. If you want this chance, j
come Quick. Address box 276, Hayfleld,
Minn. : .
FOR SALE—HOTEL. COUNTRY TOWN; ,
business last year, $18,000; property and all,
$6,000; death of owner cause of selling. Reese
6 Co., business brokers, Pioneer Press build
ing. St. Paul.
ATTENTION—SI,OOO. SALOON, COUNTRY
town; license $325 per year; receipts average
$40 per day; rent $40; splendid opportunity.
Reese & Co., business brokers. Pioneer Press
building. St. Paul.
GOOD BUSINESS LADY WANTS A PART
ner with some capital as she has- furniture
and experience, for hotel or rooming-_ouse.
Address <; 894. Journal.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY, MAKING $5,000
clear profit yearly, at a bargain. 405 Bank of
Commerce.
Guaranty Loan barn, rear postoffice.
Lodging-house, sale; clearing $400 monthly.
Active interest and $4,000 net to each of four
parties in old-established business.
Hotel, clearing $5,000 yearly; fine bar trade.
We are long-established, have large list
ing acquaintance, unquestionable references,
know where to secure what you want. 1100
Lumber Exchange.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity.- Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of j
the northwest. Exclusive specialist. >
8 BICYCLES
TIRES, $5 A PAIR, GUARANTEED ENTIRE
season: sundries and repairing. Bicycles, from |
$25 to $50. Meyer Cycle Co., 21 sth st S.
J0 BOARD AND ROOMS
TWO "SINGLE ROOSfS, WITH FIRST-CLASS
board; house modern; steam heat: table
boarders accommodated. WO Bth st S. |
.NiGCLY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH OR i
without board; steam heated flat, seven j
blocks from postoffice; private family; no
other boarders; gentlemen- only. Ad-dress C |
S!*7, Journal.
FRONT PARLOR, ON FIRST FLOOR;
also two other rooms, with board, at 419 9th
st S. | '
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD
within walking distance, private family, mod
ern house: young gentlemen only; very reu
sonabie. O 897. Journal.
][_> BOARD WANTED
WANTED — A LARGE UNFURNISHED
room, with board, by young married couple,
no children, in private family, near the uni
versity^
131 cows
FOR SALE—TEN COWS, FOUR FRESH,
the rest will be soon. 246 -Mil ay N.
FRESH COWS FOR SALE, CHEAP; GOOD
milkers; or trade for dry cows, at 1116 Bry
ant ay N. •
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. MANE WELL, medium; readings daily;
Thursday eve circles, 25c. 820^ Nic, room 14.
MRS. MARY; JACOBS HAS RETURNED
from Europe and can be consulted daily on
all affairs of life at 510 3d ay S.
PROF. MILLER, CLAIRVOYANT ANT)
life reader, tells just what you want to
know. Satisfaction or no pay. Sittings
at naif ?rice for two days. No! 903 Henne
pin. Can be engaged to give cabinet seances
at your own home. -
16 DYEING AND CLEANING
TWIN CITY DYE works— practical
dyers and French dry cleaners. Out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. »20 Nig
ollet. Telephone 1576.
19 7 FINANCIAL
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST
rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can. Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, Mgr., I,'Sj-I)
Guaranty building.
4Vi TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH VBS
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S, Minneapolis.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone «c Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MON E Y TO LOAN; EASY TERMS! LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Onelda building.
*W* *•£**.*** at*,****
;<£ MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- A
<S> —We are prepared to loan reason- <£►
<•> able amounts to salaried people hold- <$■
<g> ing steady positions with responsible <§>
<$> concerns,-on easy weekly or monthly <§>
<S> payments. We conduct our business <$>
<♦> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <$
■♦> fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, <$>
<$> Bank of Commerce building. . <$>
QUICK LOANS , ' "
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY A3 APPLICATION.
On your own name without security or In
| dorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
I Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
! sured of the confidential treatment that all
i persons of refinement and prid" feel Is essen
! tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
i are so arranged that you do not come in con-
I tact with other applicants, and you can Do
! waited on privately and quickly.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
_ COl-602 Globe building.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Tolman. 920 N. Y. Life building.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OFTeASTERN MONEY
.to loan at 5 pei cent on. choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., 258 Hennepin ay.
5 AND 6 PER" CENT MORTGAG"e~LOANS.
No delay. C. S. Woodruff, 606 Guaranty bldg.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sumsT
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N.Y.Life.
<J> . DEPOSIT WITH THE <*>
& . SAVING FUND COMPANY, <£>
<♦>. 110 Temple Court. <$>
<J> 4 per cent on deposits left two months. <$>
<j> 4 j»er cent, on one-year certificates. <$>
<♦> 5 per cent on two-year certificates. <j>
<$> Capital, $350,000. Surplus, 30,000. <§>
*> Organized 1889. < v
<e> J. L. Smith, Pres.; G. J. Pauly, Treas. <$>
<$> • Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. «g>
MINNEAPOLIS Money ON hand for
real estate loans, building loans a specialty;
no delay, no red tape. E. D. Brown, 736 |
I Lumber Exchange.
g«*** ■ WE LOAN MONEY " ***°g
i Q to salaried people on. their notes at Q
lowest rate; strictly confidential; pay
weekly, semi-weekly 'or monthly.
BRoom 202, Sykes block. 256 Hennepin ay. «
RELIABLE CREDIT CO. O
00000 &Q&O&
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON ,REAL
j estate, with on or before privileges; rate 4^,
5 and 6. T. A. Jamieson, 313 Nicollet. '_ -,
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE
! or near by farm security; current rates. E.
| H. Bass, 514 Guaranty Loan..
LOANS FROM $108 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th.
INTEREST ON- DEPOSITS— PER CENT
for six months, 3 per cent for three months,
and 4 per cent. on book accounts. Minnesota i
| Title Insurance & Trust Co. Capital, $250.000.
,-• :•■•'.■.-,. SALARY LOANS. ■
If you are employed by a responsible firm
we will loan you sums of $10 to $100 on your
note at much CHEAPER AND EASIER
RATES than elsewhere, of this we are POSI
TIVE.: Absolutely no charge* for papers.
Nothing deducted from amount you desire.
Easiest partial payments." MINNEAPOLIS
FINANCIAL CO., room 206, New .York Life
building. ■''-^Mffi^lMßßlHl i
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
COLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee result*; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inylewood Co., 813 Hennepln.
i WATCH cleaned; main springs fitted, $1;
j warranted a year. Fiske, Jeweler. 32 3. Wash.
SOCIALISTIC AND REFORM literature for
1 gale; free reading room. 20th Cen.,424 Nlcollet.
| MILLWOOD, DRY, $1.75 TO $2.75; I LOADS,
• partly dry, $2.7&; coal, $5 and $5.25. Plymouth
Lbr. Co, 4 Lumber Etch. Phone, Main 717 J-2.
GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT-"
! ly used household goods of every description.
We can save you 25 per cent at the Town
Market Furniture Co., 25 and 27 sth st 8.
Repairs for all kinds of stoves at half price.
ALL KINDS second-hand office and "store fix
tures, desks and safes, cheap. 208 4th st S.
OYSTER SHELLS. 75 DENTS; ■ CRYSTAL
! grit, 75 cents; oil meat, $1.50 per 100-pound
I sack. J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepln ay.
FOR SALE—ENTIRE STOCK OF A CALl
fornia Belgain Hare company, consisting of
about 60 hares in pedigreed stock, one lot or
separate ;__very_cheap. 328 3d st S __
SODA FOUNTAIN CHEAP. MINNEAPOLIS
Soda Fountain Co., 521 Marshall st NE.
WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE repaired,
reupholstered, refinished, or mattresses reno
vated, try Rainville Bros., the East Side
dealers. No. 15 Nlcollet island. Both 'phones.
I ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or ■ write Albert • F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
PIANOS—BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK;
two Behning uprights, $166, $225; Anderson
upright, good as new, $225; $8 monthly;
Chickering upright $225; Emerson upright
$190; new pianos, for rent $3.50 and $4 a
month; one year's rent allowed if purchased.
Foster & Waldo, -40 f.th st S, corner Nlcollet.
FURNITURE— BALANCE OF THE -
fine furniture of handsomely furnished home I
will be sacrificed at any reasonable offer;
everything must go this week; everything
good as new; leather couch, leather rocker
and chairs, parlor suite, brass and Dresden
beds, dining set, with leather chairs, center
tables, odd pieces, upright piano, etc. Call
any time. 1319 W 24th st.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. ay—
Sell, rent, repair ail makes. Ask for prices.
VIOLINS FOR SALE—WE HAVE THE
best outfit ever offered for $5, including vio
lin, bow, case, extra set of strings, resin and
instruction book. Metropolitan Music Co.,
41-43 6th st S, just aft Nicollet. ..
FOR SALE—FURNITURE SMALL FLAT,
sideboard, china closet, refrigerator, piano
I lamp, chamber set, large Bible. 108 12th
[st N. flat 2. _____
SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES" OF
every description: office furniture, safes, cash ;
registers, soda fountains, wagons, carriages,
stoves and furniture; largest stock in north
i west. 1027 Washington ay S.
! WANTED—ORDERS~FOR PURE MAPLE |
t sugar and syrup, made on farm of F. C. Hay- i
j ward, Shrewsbury, Vt. i
PAINT, $1 PER GALLON.
H. O. Roberts, 103 Western ay.
FOR NURSING. MOTHERS AND WEAK
children, Laurltzen's Health Table Malt. Cen
tury building.
FURNITUR E—THE BALANCE. OF THE
fine furniture of handsomely furnished home
will be sacrificed at any reasonable offer; j
everything must go this week; everything
good as new; leather couch, leather rocker
and chairs; parlor suite, brass and Dresden
beds, dining set, with leather chairs, center
tables, odd pieces, upright piano, etc. Call
any time. 1319 W 24th St.
$125 BUYS BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT MAHOG
any piano, fully guaranteed by maker; used
less than six months; cost $275; must be sold
at once; leaving city. 1319 W 24th st.
FOR THREE~ PLYMOUTH ROCK
roosters. 815 6th st SE.
BARGAINS IN SEWING MACHINES; NEW
and second-band; all kinds repaired; .every
thing in supplies. Lynch, 919 Nicollet ay.
FOR SALE—PRAIRIifSTATE INCUBATOR,"
in first-class condition, with full equipment,
cheap; leaving city. 2809 Washington ay N.
FOR SALE -AT T. M. ROBERTS', 717-721
Nicollet ay. about 150 feet of painted coun
ter. ■" Inquire of Mr. Wall, at door.
FOR SALE—A W rELL-BRED HANDSOME
bull terrier, brindle and white. Call on Dr.
H._E._McCullough, 108 Bth st S. .
$65 NEW OAKD-12 WHEELER & WILSON
tailor sewing machine $25; Singer, $12; White,
$7. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S.
FOUNTAIN PENS, ALL MAKES; WATER
man, Parker, etc.; jobbing stock to select
from; repairs. Whitall & Siddall, Commercial
Stationers, 323 Hennepiu.
JEWEL STEEL RANGE, ALMOST NEW;
white enamel iron bed, dining-room table and
four_chairs. 649 4th ay NE, upstairs.
FOR DOUBLE CASE, PARTl
tioned for two complete sets of cards, 5x5
inches, alphabetically indexed; good as new;
fine thing for office use; can be seen at Jour
nal business office; call and make offer.
21 FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
BKOAT, , Real ) Rooms, ) Furnished
704 -Estate, r Board, '- and
Phoenix. ) Rentals, ) Flats. ) Unfurnished.
OPEN EVENINGS FROM 7:30 TO 9.
SMALL HOUSE, 1107 3D~~AV S, $Tp~
ON COMO CAR" LINE, SMALL COTTAGE IIN
good repair; $13 per month. Call at 701 15th
ay SE. • ■*
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards tor those advertising under this
head. Be euro 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,
704 Phoenix block.
GRAND APARTMENTS; LADIES AND
gentlemen; steam heat, stationary wash
bowls, porcelain baths, hot water; $7 up
wards. 620 7th st S.
NICELY FURNISHED, LARGE, FRONT
and side parlor; gas, bath and furnace heat;
gentlemen only. 40 10th st S.
NICELY furnished front SUITE, on
ground floor; strictly modern; everything I
cozy; clean and 'homelike; gentlemen only. j
102 13th st S, flat B. i
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AND
alcove, in thoroughly modern house; ten
minutes' walk to postofflce. Inquire 1319 '
2d_av_JS. I
THREE ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR, PARTLY
furnished, light housekeeping; fine neighbor
hood; good house. 1908 Pleasant ay S.
04 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOUR FRONT, UPSTAIRS, 1224. WASHIN-
Gton ay S, $8 per month. ' .
FIVE UPSTAIRS, $10 PER MONTH. 237 I
loth ay S. - |
UNFURNISHED ROOMS (EXCEPT RANGE) i
to let; small lamily; $9. 814 3d ay S. j
25 I UNFURNISHED FLATS
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH
st, second floor. Apply on premises. Frank ■
Miller.
FOR 7-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN
flat. 1710 9th ay S. Flat 2.
FOUR-ROOM FIRST~ FLOOR MODERN !
heated flats; hardwood floors, porcelain baths; i
$22.50. Rappahannock, 901.6 th ay S.
FOR RENT—SUNNY FOUR-ROOM FLAT; !
steam heat, gas range, open plumbing; walk- j
ing distance. Also six-room flats, not mod- !
era. W. P. Mealey. 413 Bank of Commerce.
FIVE ROOMS IN BRICK HOUSE, WITH
bath. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay.
FOR RENT— FLATS, FOUR AND FIVE
rooms, first floor; city water and shed; $11
and $12. Converse, 600 6th ay N.
SIX-ROOM, HARDWOOD FLOORS, PORCK
lain bath, gas range, strictly, modern, April
1. Call flat M, Astoria. 16th and Clinton.
I 2745 NICOLLET AY, SEVEN ROOMS, MOD- !
crn conveniences, brick building, garbage and
water ; tax paid, $12. Bally, 507 . New York i
Life building. ■ \
Oft FURNISHED FLATS'
FOR RENT, COZY, PRETTILY FUR
ni3bed flat, from May 1 to Oct. 1; five rooms;
very convenient location: walking distance' !
Call afternoons. Flat 7. 1"27 Ist ay S.
NICELY FURNISHED- THREE - ROOM
flat, all . modern except heat; no children
Call 1406 Ist ay S. - - ••■■/«
27 - OFFICES '
FOR RENT—ONE OFFICES; "LOW
rent Call at Hofflin's; drug store. -
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL.
MMHKH 98—Continued.
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6
to $20. i Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet Inquire
room 12. '
23 STORKS
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THOHPB BROS.. 258 HENN AY. |
SHOP FOR PAINTER, CARPENTER OR
factory; 237 10th ay S; only $10 per month.
CENTRAL LOCATION, BRICK BLOCK, 1220
or 1226 Washington ay S, tip per month.
TAILOR SHOP, 230 6TH AY .S, $5.
31 . HELP WANTED—MALE ' ,
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; ■ MAIN SPRINGS,
11; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st S.
SILK VELVET COLLAR, Mcl OVERCOAT !
sleeves relined, 50c; pants recut into style, |
75c; suits steam cleaned, $1. At Anthony,
tailor. 119 Washington ay N.
WANTED—WEAVERS BY A NORTHWEST
tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed;
steady work. For particulars address N 865,
Journal.
YOUNG MAN, GOTO ARCHIBALD'S COL
lege. Lake st, corner Stevens,' for bookkeep
ing, shorthmd, typewriting and Euglish
branches. Day : .md evening.
GOLDEN STAR RESTAURANT; A NEW
place, located next to the Hotel BeauforJ; j
flrst-class meals 10c up. 114 3d st S.
WAX TE D—TR A V ELI NO" SALESMAN FOR
territory in South Dakota and Minnesota;
none but thoroughly competent man with ex
perience- in fruit and produce commission
line need apply; surety bond required; open
April 1; writs giving experience, references,
salary wanted. Address Lock Box. 714. Sioux
Falls. S. D.
WANTED—MANAGER FOR RETAIL LUM
ber yard; must have experience; state wheth
er married or single, nationality, salary ex
pected and give references. Address G bi).'.
Journal.
WANTED—CARRIAGE TRIMMERS, ALL
around men. Also Top cushion and back
men. T. D. S., 115 Washington ay N. 2
p. m.
WANTED—MAN WAITER, AT ONCE.
None but experienced need apply. 116 6th
st SE. 1
ROY OF NEAT APPEARANCE, ABOUT 16,
to work for board and small wages; no work
evenings or Sundays. N 894, Journal.
CABINETMAKERS WANTEIS~MINNEAPO
-lis Furniture Co., 9th st and sth ay SE.
SALESMEN— 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—AT ONCE, A UNION JOB PRESS
feeder. Apply at Crescent Printing Com
pany, 32^ 6th st S. m
TIMEKEEPER WANTED—A TIMEKEEP-"
er, at moderate salary. Address D. 897,
Journal.
WANTED— PAPER-HANGERS. CALL AT
No. 11 sth st S. C. J. Weston.
MACHINISTS—STEADY EMPLOYMENT, AT
Globe Iron Works Co., 2429 University ay SE.
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED BICYCLE
repair man; one who has some business abil
ity, to take charge of shop and divide profits.
Address, stating age and experience, A 897,
Journal. _^__
WANTED—SOME ONE TO DIG A CELLAR,
at once. Address O 896, Journal.
WANTED—MALE STENOGRAPHER; SAL
ary $50 per month; wholesale business.' Ad
dress N 896. Journal.
WANTED—AT ONCE, ALL-AROUND CAR
riage painter. Also job blacksmith. Geo.
W. Morse, Hastings, Minn.
COMPETENT MAN STENOGRAPHER FOR
credit department work. Apply afternoons.
Minneapolis Iron Store Co.
BRIGHT BOY, with bicycle, to run
errands and 'work in shop. Small wages to
start, but sure advancement for steady boy,
desirous of working up in mechanical line.
Address, with references, D 895, Journal.
WANTED— BOY, PROM 14 TO 16,
willing to do chores and go errands for
tailor. Must have references. 600 Henne
pin ay. , ■
TAILOR WANTED—AT ONCE. MUST
know his business. Steady work to good
workman. 600 Hennepin ay.
ERRAND BOY WANTED—AT 402 BANK O"F
Commerce building.
WANTED—AGENTS FOR GOLDEN KEY TO
Bookkeeping. Half interest in office busi
ness for sale. Also other business chances.
207 Bank Commerce.
WANTED—THREE MACHINE HANDS, AT
once. Northwestern Casket Co.
WANTED—A BOY TO RUN ERRANDS FOR
tailor. 600 Hennepiu ay.
STENOGRAPHER—MALEI STRONG MAN
to do other work, out of city. Foreman for
car work on new railroad construction. Na
tional Employment Co., 200 Nicollet.
WANTED—THREE CARPENTERS^ CALL
at job, 11 sth st S. C. J. Weston.
WANTED—BY BOCKHOUSE, TRAVELING
collector and deliverer; big pay to good man
V 897, Journal.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR
for Minneapolis; must be competent and re
sponsible; business with merchants, jobbers
and manufacturers. Address 304 Lonsdale
building, Duluth. Minn.
32 HELP WANTED--FEMALE
YOUNG LADY — FOR THOROUGH PREP
aration foi office work, attend Archibald col
lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and
evening sessions.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
WANTED—GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK IN
private family; one child; one who can take
care of child part of time; no objection to
widow; must be German or Scandinavian,
and must pay her own fare to Billings, Mont.;
would prefer age from 25 to 50; good place;
wages $16 per month; steady work. Address
Box 844, Billings, Mont.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of two; German or Bohemian
preferred; steady position and good home
for right party. Call at once at flat 5, 117
E 15th st.
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.
DINING-ROOM GIRL WANTED, AT HOTEL
San Angelo, 1221 Nicollet ay.
FOR SALE—LADY~S SWITCH, DARK,
natural hair, slightly gray, cheap. Call or
address 3130 Hiawatha ay.
WANTED—AT ONCE. GIRL FOR GEN- i
era! housework. 2110- lGth ay S.
DRKSSAIAKER WANTED—TO. LEAVE THE
city and take charge -%t' a department in a
dry goods store; salary $75 per month. Must
be first-class in all kinds dressmaking. Sat
isfactory references required. Splendid op
portunity to right party. Address E 896,
Journal.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; three adults in family; wages
$3 per week; nice place; prefer woman with
out child, not over 45 years old. Call at
1814 4th ay S.
BRIGHT YOUNG LADY TO LEARN DRESS
making. Some wages to neat sewer. Per
manent position. 1028 Hawthorn ay, flat 3.
WANTED—BY'APRIL 1, A. NEAT. COMPE
tent girl for general housework. Must be i
good laundress; wages $20 per month.- Must
room out. Address W 896, Journal. |
WANTED— A COMPETENT GIRL FOR j
general work. Call at Mrs. Wm. Butter's,
Sls 7th st S. ■ ■ ■
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply at once. 2609 Pillsbury ay. j
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. __ Apply at IMB Portland ay.
TWO" EXPERIENCED DINING"
room girls.- National Hotel. '
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
at 3110 sth ay .S. Mrs. J. W. Stone.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED SHIRTMAK
ers. 422 Nicollet ay.
A~GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages to a good girl. Call at
928 sth st N. ■ -. :
WANTED— STRONG. COMPETENT GIRL
for general housework; good wages. 113
6th st " S._ _• '•___
WANTED— LADIES TO- CANVAS'S FOR A
household article. To show what it does, j
is to. make a sale. Can be also sold to
stores. Address R 897, Journal. ,t•*'•;.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL for gen
eral housework. No. 1615 2d ay S.
WANT~GIRL~HOUSEWORK~PAY $4 PER
week. " Must be capable: good character;
recommended. Mrs. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix
building.___ ' •"'■•-"-■ " "
WANTED -— EXPERIENCED OPERATORS
on power machines, to make silk shirt waists.
Also two good button sewers. Steady work
by day or piece. D. Cohen & Co., 519 Ist
ay S.
M Mil Kit .'^-(oiitluueil.
YOURjfTIME IS WORTH MONEY TO US,
and \*Pmvill give you a complete course in
shorthand in exchange for some of it. Short
hand School, 508 Sykes block.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no cooking; three in family. Apply,
at once, 1318 9th st S. ■ . .
DINING-ROOM GIRL AT THE FLOUR CITY
Restaurant, 204 Hennepin ay.
WANTED— FOR GBNERAL IlOUSE
work: small family. S. A. Hall, 639 E 18th st.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
WANTED—TO BUY HORSES, BUGGIES
and harnesses, blankets and robes. Second
hand rigs of all kinds for sale; cash or time.
414 3d. st i. . , ,
I BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
I Market. St. Paul, Minn., have constantly 03
hand all classes of horses, draft and driving
horses and farm chunks; it you want a horse
o* any kind, give us a call.
HORSE AUCTION— AUCTION.
Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their
Wednesday horse auction sales at Midway,
St. Paul, from 800 to 1,000 head of horses,
consigned to them by the largest horse own
ers in the country, consisting principally of
farm mares, drivers, delivery horses, road
sters and mules, which will be sold to the
highest bidder without reserve or regardless
lof value. Part time given if desired. Pri
vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman, Min
nesota Transfer. St. Paul, Minn.
FROST & CO. 'B SALE STABLES—HEAD
quarters for the sale of farm mares, gen
eral purpose horses, drivers and heavy draft
ere. 12 2d st N.
GOOD WORK HORSE, 1,200 POUNDS, $50*;
farm mare, 1,300 pounds; nice family or de
livery mare, $65. 252 3d ay S.
FOR SALE—4S HEAD OF FARM HORSES
and mares; weight from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds.
i This consignment of horses Is from. Steams
, county, Minnesota, and has to be sold re
gardless of price. Can be seen at Neumann's
livery, 1405 Washington as- N.
JUST RECEIVED FROM WISCONSIN, CAR
load of workers, drivers and delivery horses;
prices right to make them sell; cash or time
payments.- Christy & Dawson, 312 12th st S.
A SNAP—SI 3 BUYS A GOOD OPEN BUGGY
and single harness. Come quick for a bar
gain. 1404 2d ay S.
EIGHT HEAD OF HORSES, WEIGHT 1,100
to 1.450 pounds. Must be sold this week.
35. ~ INSTRUCTION
SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE OF
Madrid, Spain; natural methods; pure Castll
ian pronunciation; class or private; terms
reasonable. A 896, Journal.
'LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPU
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses/wagons,
fixtures, eic, goods. to remain In your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITUReT
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota 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 S. room 15.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS!
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates.
American Crediter Co., 523-525 Guaranty Loan
building.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST OR STOLEN, BANK BOOK NO. 101656^
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned
to said bank before March 15, 1901, application
will be made for a duplicate thereof. Feb
27. 19ul.
LOST—BLACK AND TAN GORDON s"ET^
ter, heavy collar, white spot in chest. Return
to ill oth st SE for liberal reward. Walters.
39 MEDICAL
ASK ANY' DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood,_perfuiner, Detroit, Mii/h.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
PI LES-iDR. H. WAIf E, ~25 YEARS' BPE
eialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn^ar. Minneapolis.
"GONOVA," FRENCH TREATMENT,
male, female; cures gonorrhoea, gleet, in
flammations, irritations, ulcerations; internal
remedy with injection; $3, or two for $5; sent
on receipt of price. Kidd Drug Co., Elgin,
111. Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. House, Mpls;
P. M. Parker, St. Paul; Fred Scott Estate,
Stillwater. Rubber goods carried.
SURE CURE FOR GRIP AND AFTER
effects of grip, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatic,
paralysis ana all weaknesses; osteopathy,
neuropathy and vital magnetism. 620' i Nicol
let, room 19.
42 ____ NOTICE
BOND CALL.
To the holders and owners of bonds exe
cuted by the Scanlon-Gipson Lumber com
pany, dated June 24, 1899, hereinafter enumer
ated :
Please take notice that, bonds numbered
61 to 90, both Inclusive, aggregating $25,000
principal of said Scanlon-Gipson Lumber
company, dated June 24, 1899, and secured by
trust deed to this company as trustee, have
been called for payment, and will be paid at
this office in four months from March 1, 1901.
The holders of all of said bonds numbered
from 61 to 90 are hereby required to surren
der their bonds for payment, and that ac
crued interest thereon will be paid with the
principal of said bonds if presented at the
time specified, and that from and after said
four months all interest on said enumerated
bonds will cease.
Dated March 1, 1901.
The Minnesota Loan and Trust Company,
as trustee.
WILL M H.~ ERICKSON, WHO USED TO
live a T. 2018 Riverside ay, call there and find
out something to his benefit.
44 PERSONAL
DB. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DI3
eases of women and children. 17 9ta at 3.
Take Hennepin ay car.
HOFFLIN'S HEADACHE POWDERS
Are harmless; they are free from poisonous
drugs and a certain cure for all kinds of
headaches_; 10c try 'em. Hofflin's drug store.
IP ITS" FIRST-CLASS" DENTISTRY AT
reasonable prices in Minneapolis, ifa Dr.
Brandes, at 620 Vi Nicollet, suite 2.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
YOUR" PICT URE~~OX~A~MxE~OELLULo7IJ
button, from auy photograph, only 10c, to In
troduce my work. Photos returned unharmed.
Rogan's Studio, Whitehall, AVis.
••••••••••••••••••••••••a*
• IMPORTANT TO TAILORS. •
• As Vv'ell as the Ambitious Housewife. •
• You have undoubtedly more than •
• once wished you knew an easy, sure •
• way to get those bad spots removed •
• from those good suits of clothes. •
• After fifteen years at tailoring, i have •
• at last dicsovered how to do this easily •
• and with very small expense. The •
• only secret is what to use and how to •
• use it. If 1 could have got this years •
• ago, 1 would gladly have paid $5 for •
• it. You will say the same after using •
,• it only once. You will never use any- •
• thing else. It removes the dirt iv- •
• stead of rubbing it in, and it is equal- •
• ly good for cleaning carpets. I also •
• have a splendid recipe for cleaning •
• velvet. Send me 25 cents and I will, •
• by return mail, send you both recipe 3 •
• and full directions how to use them; •
• or either one of the above recipes for •
• 15 cents. Send at once for it. Ad- •
• dress Gust Abrahamson, Merchant •
• Tailor, Wadena, Minn. #
• ••••••e«*o»*e »•••••••••••
WE CAN CURE ANY NOSE OR" THROAT
trouble, asthma or hay fever; It will pay
you to see or write our doctors. Brazilian
Asthma Cure, 2211 4th ay 8, Minneapolis,
Minn.
WEAK MEN—A SUHE, PERMANENT AND
speedy cure for night losses, sexual debility,
impotent-)', no matter what the cause, with
out medicine. Home Remedy and Recipe
Co., 219 20th ay S. __^
FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. Irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Olobe
building, Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE.
\l >1UI;K 44— Continued.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, WARTS,
permanently removed by 'electrolysis; also
«ealp treatment. Anna M. Grlswold, • 417
Medical block.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
FOR SALE—FINE 7-ROOM COTTAGE AT
Lake Park, near hotel; completely furnished,
for $900 cash, if taken at once. E. Eichhorn
& Sons. 4H Washlngton_av_S.
HOUSE, RENTED FOR $18. TO EXCHANGE
for Minnetonka cottage. C. A. Qulst & Co.,
109 4th st S. ■ ' '
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGlll build
ing, Washington. D. C. ' ' ■
47 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
IMPROVED^"
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS
sues a new catalogue of houses for sale and
rent every two weeks. Send or call.
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET,
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
HOUSES. $1,500 to $50,000. Minnetonka prop
erty. Acres, rents, loans, insurance; care of
property. Lewis W. Campbell. Guar, Loan.
WE buy and sell city and farm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst & Co., 109 4th st S.
AN ATTRACTIVE, MODERN, EIGHT-ROOM
house, near Como car, at St. Anthony Park,
very cheap; monthly payments. Room 5, 313
Nicollet. -
FOUR BARGAINS— AND LOT A *
Mlnnehaha Falls, Lake Harriet, Keega,. a
Lake and South Minneapolis. Wm. H. Glo
son, 420 Guaranty building.
LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE EIGHT-ROOM
modern, except furnace, eighth ward, for
sale; $2,500; $53 monthly payments; this is a
decided snap. 355 Temple Court.
NINE-ROOM HOUSE IN PROSPECT PARK.
Perfect condition, thoroughly modern, hard
wood floors, storm sash and screens; very
cheap, monthly payments. Room 5. 313 Nic
ollet.
FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH
Side; three blocks from Emerson ay car
line. Terms to suit purchaser. This is a
snap. For particulars, inquire of Wm.
p Donnell, 1131 Bryant ay N, evenings and
Sundays. ___•
48 UNIMPROVED
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 300
Hecnepin ay.
FOR SALE OR LEASE—I9BxIS7 FEET TO
20- foot alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O.
M. Laraway & Son, Back of Commerce build
ing.
LOT FOR SALE—CHEAP, 25-FOOT FRONT
age, 3905 sth ay S. Address Carl S. Nelson,
Argyle, Minn.
FOR SALE—LOOK at THIS, a SNAP; A
corner on sth st, two blocks from court
house and new Chamber of Commerce; 50
--foot front, at $60 a foot. H 897, Journal.
SiSSSSSiJSSS S*St?£i«*sSSS SSSSSiSSSiSi!* SS_i_*; s SS
Z» 100 Calhoun Park lots, $500 to $650. Zi
*• Jos. L. Hickson, 939 Guaranty. ?i'
BgßgS!g»B!gM 8888SS888S88 g2S£S£SBSS;g saaaags* 1
49 FARM LANDS
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N, D.
Washburn V&Uey Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4.
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Qaines, S. E. Mpls. Minn.
♦ 41,000 ACRES •>
•> Cut-over lands in Cass and Crow Wing ♦;•
♦;♦ counties, in townships 138, 139 and •>
<• 140, ranges 25, 26, 27 and 28; will be ♦*♦
V cold In one tract or in township lots; •;•
*> splendid opportunity for speculation; ♦>
♦> prices and particulars on application. <•
•> Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. «>
t * r^ T^ t * t f « t t », ,« ( ,♦, ,*, ,» ( t * f f * t ( », !», »%^%^%«% # %^%^% # % # %^*^ ♦*♦♦*♦
480 ACRES IN KINGSBURY COUNTY^
South Dakota, to exchange for general mer
chandise or hardware. Address Box 33, De
Smet, S. D.
ACRE SNAPS.
10,000—Douglas county, Wisconsin, $2. 10,000
—Central North Dakota, $3.50. I.2oo—Chlp
pewa county, Wisconsin, $3.50. 640—Central
North Dakota, for modern home. Rait, 60S
Bank of Commerce.
{380—EIGHTY ACRES. $840—240 ACRES.
$480—120 acres. $2.50 an acre, 2,840 acres;
timber will pay for land; easy payments;
other bargains. C. D. Rutherford, Flood
wood, Minn.
160-ACRE FARM FOR SALE, FOUR MILES
southeast of Henning, Otter Tail county,
Minn. Good well and good buildings. A
snap if taken at once. M. Huseby, Battle
Lake, Minn.
160 ACRES IN TRAVERSE COUNTY; THE
se% section 22-126-45; is in the best wheat
country in the state; only I u*ed the money
and will sell for $16 if can sell; buy of the
owner. G. A. Wesner, Lakeneld, Minn.
FOR SALE—SSOO, 160 ACRBS, FAIR^HOUSE
and barn; 30 acres broke, 5 meadow, balance
timber and pasture; 100 miles from Minne
apolis; one mile to station. Lewis, 412 Nicol
let.
FOR SALE OR RENT—STOCK FARM, 320
acres, Anoka county, 16 miles from Minne
apolis, five miles from Anoka, half mile from
Btatiou: 40 acres tillage, 125 acres meadow,
balance woods and pasture; Coon creek runs
entire length of farm; good buildings. Ad
dress C 89G, Journal.
FOR SALE—7S ACRES, ALL UNDER PLOW
and fenced; small house and barn; Minne
apolis 15 miles, Anoka 21/.; only $1,950; easily
handled. C. D. Green, Anoka, Minn.
Wisconsin; good 8011, good house, 10 acres
1630 BUYS 160 ACHES TIMBER LAND IN
cleared. Thomas Watts, 518 Boston block.
$900—145 ACRES, WRIGHT COUNTY.
$800, 160 acres, Red Lake county.
$1,600, 160 acres near Farmington.
$H> an acre, solid section, Wright county.
$13 an acre, section, Traverse county.
$X! an acre, section. Hancock, Minn.
$600, 160 acres, Clark county, town 118,
range 58, Dakota.
$1,400, SWft 28-117-49, Deuel county.
$12 50 an acre, Big Stone county laud.
$1.30 an acre, 9,000 acres, Pine county.
Enclose dime for descriptions.
M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD IMPROVED FARM
of 160 acres, clear, adjoining the limits of a
live village; 40 acres cultivated, all fenced,
with wire and cedar posts; house, barn and
two wells; good black soil; will exchange for
house and lot, goods or a business chance
(furniture preferred.) 400 Bank of Com
merce. .1. S. Wocdard. ■
TO EXCHANGE—WELL LOCATED IM
proved and unimproved Minneapolis property
for good house and improved acres in south
ern California. X 896, Journal. _^^
SITUATIONS WANTED
". . MALE ' ~ """ ""
POSITION WANTED BY A BAKER OF 15
years' experience; can do all kinds of bak
ing; country town preferred. Address N 892,
Journal. _^
SITUATION WANTED—BY A COMPETENT
coachman; private family preferred: best of
city references. - Address F 897, Journal.
WANTED—BOY OF 18, HONEST, WOULD
like work in drug store, dentist's office, or
any office work. Good references. Address
T 896, Journal.
WANTED—POSITION AS GARDENER; EX
perienced in flowers,' vegetables; also care
of hot water plant, engine, electricity, etc.
X 897, Journal. . - - \ •
CO FEMLALK
A WIDOW OF REFINEMENT AND EX
perience would like to take the responsibility
of renting a.house and getting it in perfect
order as - well as acting as 'housekeeper for a
party of gentlemen in the city-or at the lake.
Best of references. Address 0 ' 885, Journal.
WANTED— OFFICE WO R OR POSITION
as governess, by young lady. Address P 896,
Journal. " , ■ ■ ■
53 . STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment ny experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephonic, Main 656, both exchanges.
54 Si STOVE REPAIRS ;
GREAT '.WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.,
312 Hennepin ay. Telephone, Main 161.
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY S.
Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
CASH PAID for all kinds of household good*.
Don sell before getting eitlmate from the
fowu Market, 25-27 sth st 8. Tel. 1993.
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co.. a Washington ay S.
WE GIVE CHEAP RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
gooda to coast. Twin City Van Co.. 6V& 4thstN.
WANTED—SECOND-HAND INCUBATOR;
must be good and cheap; state make and
price. E 891. Journal. .
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD.
R. ,O. Winter Jewelry Co.. 327 Nlcollet ay.
WANTED—A GOOD SECOND-HAND INCU
bator. Address O 890, Journal.
WANTED—A NO. -6 REMINGTON TYPE
wrlter in good order, cheap for cash Ad
dress all replies to H. M. Halvorson, 616 7th
■ts.
WANTED—ROLL TOP DESK, TYPEWKIT
er desk, safe, medium size; sectional book
cases; dresser, commode. Address G BSt7
Journal.
60 WANTED TO RENT
WANTED—TO RENT A GOOD HOUSE AND
bam for $lv or $12 per month. Address O
894, -Journal.
WANTED-TO RENT A STOREROOM 'Jftx
100, with trackage privileges. S A. Reed,
2UB_ Century building.
HAVE" CONSTANT CAI*LS FOR HOUSES
and stores for immediate occupancy. List
your property with us. T. A. Jamieson, 313
Nkollet.
WANTED—TO KENT BY MAN AND WIFE,
modern house of eight or ten rooms with
barn, inside of Franklin ay. Address E W7,
Journal.
QUIET COUPLE, BOTH EMPLOYED/WANT
one or two partly furnished room's with
privilege light housekeeping. Give full par
ticulars. Address B 897. Journal
WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO FURNISHED
rooms or alcove and room; modern; eight
blocks of Glass Black: rent reasonable. T
897. Journal.
61 WANTED—REAL ESTATE
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MANAGEMENT
OF PROPERTY; ALSO SUCCESS IN SELL
ING SAME. T. J. JANNEY, 103 PHOENIX.
WANTED—TO BUY LAND IN STEVENS.
Grant, Pope, Traverse and Wilkin counties,
Minnesota, and in Day, Roberts and Mar
shall counties, South Dakota. Address V 88S,
Journal.
WANTED—MODERN HOUSE IN EIGHTH
ward, $3,OtW to $4,000; small payment down,
ilance monthly. 511 Phoenix building
63 MINES AND MINING.
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V COMPANY. ♦;.
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♦> Don't fall to obtain some of these •*•
V shares while for a few days they are ♦>
v selling at half a cent each. .>
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V descriptive publication. .J.
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♦> "The Temple," "Hornet," •>
V "Eagle-Ldon," "Copper Shield," «J.
V "Yellow Hammer," .*.
V ■•Fruit-Farm-Home," •>
V 'Coal-Lead-Zinc," "Mountain Tunnel/ »J»
•♦• "Silver Crown." ♦>
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♦ Ten per cent per annum guaranteed ♦>
Yin addition to regular dividends. \ ♦;♦
•♦«. Adress the .j,
♦!♦ NATIONAL MINING PROMOTION X
V COMPANY, .;.
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V Fourth floor, Andrus building, <•
V Minneapolis, Minn. ♦>
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♦• TL INMIEE OTTO MUNSOK, <§>
Xi. E D**f N E Bank Commerce, <§>
|>liW{Y > Minneapolis, Minn. £
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•> Don't fail to obtain particulars of . ♦♦♦
♦> our Gr&at Smelter Sale of these shares. <♦
♦ ♦:•
V Ten per cent per annum in addition <•
V to regular dividends guaranteed. •;•
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♦> Send for 32-page illustrated and de- <♦
♦> scripttve catalogue. . •♦•
♦ AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT ♦>
*,* COMPANY, ♦•♦
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•I* Fourth floor, the Andrus building, •>
♦ - Minneapolis, Minn. •>
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?2 IP YOU GET IN ON THE GROUND.. 82
82 FLOOR WITH US YOU WON'T FIND %
?2 ANY ONE IN THE CELLAR. ■ ti
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?» We own Silver Peak mountain, in 82
8» eastern Oregon. Tunnel now in 125 %
8* feet, working day and night crews; ex- $*
82 pect to strike it rich any day. To com- Zi
ii plete the tunnel and erect a stamp- ,•»'
li mill, will sell stock until March 15 at 82
?• the fololwing prices: .j«
22" fi
li ALL CASH DOWN, 5c per share; par «
% value, $1; full paid and non-assess- r£
82 able. -jj
82 100 shares $5.00 ?J
*. 500 shares 25.00 82
82 1,000 shares 45.00 82
82 2,000 shares 85.00 82
82 5,000 shares 200.00 82
82 10,000 shares 400.00 82
82 .. ■. &
82 INSTALLMENT PLAN. 82.
82 7 cents per share; 1,000 shares,. $2 82
?•' down and $2 per month until paid 22
82 —total. $70. 82
82 2,000 shares, $5 down, $5 a month until 82
82 paid—total, $210. 82
82 5,000 shares, $7 down, $7 per. month, ;fi
fi until paid—total, $350. 82
88 10,000 shares, $11' down, $12 a month 32
82 until paid—total, $700. 22
82 T.
% ■ Address - all communications and £2
?i make all checks, drafts, money orders, * t <
82 etc., payable to the , jj
8* -.
S2 INTERSTATE GOLD MINING CO., ,'fcT
8» Boston Block, gi
Ji' • MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. J2
FOR SALE—SO SHARKS FOR $45 (SSO PUR
chose price). Alaskan Consolidated Co.; owns
$1-,000,000 placer and quartz claims at Some.
Enormous dividends certain. Need money.
Address C 895, Journal.
DOUBLE YOUR CAPITAL IN 30 DAYS BY
investing in the Air Funnel Equipment
company. The test just given the
Air vs. Ice System as devised by Clark Bal
fom has proven that all perishable vegetables
can be picked ripe in thte soufhern states and
shipped north to be enjoyed by hundreds. Now
the thousands of bushels of fruit that load the
trees and cover the ground of the large or
chards of the south will be enjoyed by the
northern people at reasonable prices. Bal
com's device does away with the cost of ice.
A few shares of stock flbr sale at $65, par value
$100. Annual dividends at least 25 per cent.
E. R. Gilnian, general agent, office 70 Syndi
cate block, Minneapolis.
g5 MOVING AND STORAGE^
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved: household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d st
S. Telephone Main 056. both companies.
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE WORK, ALL BRANCHES; 3E
cret service inquiry, shadowing; best ref«r
ences. S. J. McNnlty, ragr.. 208-10 Kasota blk.
gy MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock 1b the Northwest
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d at, Mpla.
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