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SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901.
M .HBKlt :t:t—Continued.
FOR SALE—4S HEAD OF FARM HORSES
and mares; weight from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds.
This consignment of horses is from Steams
county, Minnesota, and haß to be sold re
gardless of price. Can be seen at Neumann's
ilvery, 1405 Washington ay X.
HORSE" AUCTION" HORSE AUCTION^
Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their
Wednesday horse auction sales at Midway,
St. Haul, 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
of value. Part time given If desired. Pri
vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman, Min
nesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn.
FOE SALE DA BAY-DRIVER, 7 YEARS
old, sound,' good looker, gentle and an excel
lent ftiader, $150. R 900, Journal. . '
FIRST-CLASS, NEW MILK .WAGON, WITH
top; will sell cheap. X. P. Swauberg Car
riage: Works, 429 6th av'S.-lv
FOR SALE-ONE PAIR OF HEAVY FARM
mares, t and S years old; sound; harness and
-Wagon. 30 Ist V Market Hotel.
FOR SALE-EXPRESS WAGON, $10; LIGHT
buggy. $6; cutter, $3; light bobs, $3; single
harness, , $3. 3625 Ist ay S.
THREE DRIVING HORSES; TWO, $65
apiece and one $30; about dozen new delivery
wagons. '709 3d st S: •
FOR SALE—BAY MARE, 9 YEARS OLD,
l,}6t>"pounds,—sound; sell-cheap. -310 -'"th
hv N. -jaas^pfl - -
ONE .PAIR HEAVY HORSES, 9 AND 12
years; sound; .harness-and wagon; will, sell
separate; snap it taken soon. 207' W.2Sth st.
Call Sunday. ' .
„ ■ STALLIONS FOR SALE.
Two registered herons, one black and one
gray. Two standard-bred trotters, one bay
and one chestnut. All fine individuals and
sure foal getters; will be sold at a bargain
if taken at once. For information, • address
or call—a Erickson Urm.. Clinton, Minn.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—SSO, WORK
horse, 1,350 pounds; $43, Welsh, pony, weil
broken; $7», .roan mare, 1,250 pounds, ■ for de
livery: $30. horse,. W.kj pounds. 1822 Jackson
st NE. r • -
HORSE FOR SALE -SADDLE POXY a
>>ars old, about fcOO pounds, just suitable for
large paper route; cail this evening, Monday
morning, or any evening next week; cheap if
taken at once. :W.', Harriet a\
TWO TEAMS OF HEAVY HORSES, OXE
single diner, busgy and harness, extension
lop carriage and double coach harness; two
t'Ui wagons unit two open grocery wagons,
with I )so oue old farm wagon,
1 F. Grant >;.
KO~R~ SALE 7- V EAR-OLD HORSE, i,~6u0
■ bs; sound and true. 253:1 Ist ay S.
-ALE—BELLE D., COST $425; A BAN
gor buggy, cost $275; harness, will sell whole
iv show :30 gait. Address D 901, Jour
nal.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
TO EX.-H.A..NGE-A |63 PARLOR FOLDING
bed for a medium-size driving horse. Call
Sunday. 45 10th st S.
WANTED -SMALL PONY CART AND HAR
r.ess at reasonable price. G. A. Iloyt, 3032
Oirard ay S. _ " ' j
TO EXCHANGE. ELEGANT UPRIGHT PI- j
:tno for horse and buggy. Address C Ml,
Journal.
<";ovjd; sound horse (mare prIT
furred), weighing 1,200 pounds, in exchange
Jor full leather top piano box buggy, good
as new, worm $65 cash. W i»oo, Journal.
WANTBD- -LIGHT GROCERY DELIVERY
. '«■ good condition. 2937 Nieollet ay.
SOUND HORSE TmXrE PRE
t'erredt,' weighing l.L't^j pounds; and a light
spring wagon: also, hame harness. Cash.
Must be bargain. N 901, Journal.
35 INSTRUCTION
SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE OF
Madrid, Spain: natural methods; pure Castil
lan pronunciation; class or private; terms
reasonable. A $96, Journal.
SINGING SCHOOL—EVERY TUESDAY, 4 P.
m.. s2i< 20th ay N, and every Thursday, same
hour, Malta Temple, 24: i Nieollet ay. George
11. Normington, instructor.
PRIVATE INS H tUCTIO XS IN GRADE
work by an exiierienced teacher; terms rea
sonable. 60$ E Lake st.
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLJ
cation, on furniture, piancs, horses, wagons,
fixtures, eic, goods to remain in ycur un
disturbed possession.
PRJVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis .Loan Co>, 601-2 Globe Building.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE^
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^
ai; cheap rates. 2*> Washington ay S. room 15.
L,OANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs la storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan_J3o., 825 Guaranty Loan.
PAWNBROKERS—Reliabie7reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates.
American Credit Co., 523-525 Guaranty Loan
building.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A~ KENTUCKY FOX HOUND. FOR
reward address Geo. Moser, 819 Emerson ay N j
LOST—GOLD NOSE GLASSES, IN CASE, j
on Nicollet ay, between sth and 7th sts. Re
turn to 2532 Ist ay S for reward.
LOST—BETWEEN . STH ,AND NPCOLLET
■ and-Bth.- and .Hennepin, a hatpin; top in form
of jeweled-bird, in gold. Will finder please
return to muslin underwear department of
Minneapolis Dry Goods Co. ? •
LOST—GORDON SETTER~~DOG. HAD ON
studded collar. Return for reward to Inter
City Shooting Park, 2750 Como ay SE. -
WILL THE PERSON WHO FOUND, IN THE
street, some two weeks ago. a "die" marked
"Pillsijury Home." return the same to the
home' or send address that it may be called
tor? ■ * ""' ■■ *•■ ,-..■
will THE "Tarty who found A
brown- water spaniel, with white nose and
four 'white feet, "return to 1916 Ist st S for
reward? ■•.•-..■ . - ; • ■
38 MUSICAL
WILLARD PATTEN, VOICE CULTURE
and.harmony, removed to 620*yfr Nlc. Telephn'e '
39H MEDICAL
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of r Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F.
Wood", perfumer, Detroit, Mi«»h. -
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 326 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant,
'•WOMEN'S BLESSING" PRIVATE PRE
-•scription; positive -ture for suppressed or ir
regular ; menstruation; never fails; sample
box free. .J. M. Home, M. D., Drawer W ■
112, Chicago, 111.
. LADIES DR. '. STRICKLAND'S REGULA
*"t or. relieves in five hours: box-free.- Stamp
for particulars. Crown Chemical Co., H .';:
Milwaukee, Wis. -•*- - -■ *-*— ■-:. ..'... i
PILES—DR. ;H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPE
; cialist, -cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis. '
VIRTU AM A, FRENCH TREATMENT, BOTH
sexes; cures impotency, gives vitality, vigor,
restoring desires, .ambitions,-aspirations of
• youth, health; $2, or three for $5; sent on re
ceipt of price. Kiad Drug CD.; Elgin, 111.
Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. House, Mpls. - F.
M. Parker, >pp. P. 0., St. Paul. Fred Scott
•Estate,-Stillwater. Full line rubber goods.
CANCER CURED AT HO3IE~BYTntERNAL
» treatment;; do knife, plaster or pain. . Book
' and ■ testimonials mailed free. Cancer ". In
stitDte;l2l W 42d st. New York. ■■-■ -
LADIES—I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MY
Extract" 6t Cacti to relieve the longest and
most obstinate Vase of delayed monthly peri
ods without pain in five days; price $1.50. Dr.
N. Perkins, Husted bldg.-, Kansas City, Kan.
VITALITY LOW, DEBILITATED OR EX- i
bausted,-cured by Dr. Kline's Invigorating
Tonic; free $1 trial ; bottle containing . two
weeks' treatment. ■ Dr. Kline's Institute, 931
Arch st, Philadelphia. Founded 1871.
OSTEOPATHY, NEUROPATHY, SWEDISH
movement cure, electric and. magnetic treat
ments, aKohol sweats for grip and rheuma
tism. 62(% Xicollet ay, room 19, third floor.
4^ MINNETONKA PROPERTY
FOR SALE—FIXE 7-ROOM COTTAGE AT
Lake Park, near hotel; completely furnished,
for $9<» cash, >f taken at once. E. Eichhoru
&. Sonr. 4Va Washington ay S. _
HOUSE7rEXTED FOR $18rTO~EXCHAXGE
for Minnptonka cottage. C. A. Quist & Co.,
109 4th st S. __^________
LA KB H IN NRTONKA.
. $120 —Seven-re om cottage at Excelsior; unfur
'-. . nished.
-s7s—Five-room cottage' on St. Alban's Bay:
unfurnished.
■ #150"-Seven-room cottasre at Lake Park; well
furnished.
$100— Eight-room cottage at Zumbra Heights.
furnished.
$800—A .choipe location at Lake Park, with
good sSven-room furnished cottage: this
ib a bargain; buy it
JAXNEY, 103 PHOENIX.
SMALL FAMILY OF ADULTS DESIRE A
= fir«i-.e'lass cottage at Minr.etonka, Ferndale
preferred; must be up to date, well furnished
and of good size. E. R. S., Jr., 503 Pioneer
Press. St. Paul.
SIMBER 41—Continued.
WANTED— SHORE FRONT LOTS NEAR
tairview, Miunetonka, in exchange for a
choice residence lot in Park addition. Ad
dress D S9B, Journal.
MIXXETOXKA-WAXTED, COTTAGE FUR
nished complete, good shore for bathing and
landing, small launch, price not to exceed
$100 for season; describe fully. N 897, Jour
nal.
FOR, SALE OR RENT— ACRES NEAR
Deephaven, cheap for cash; come and see it;
don't write. A. Dyer, Deephaven, Minn.
FOR" RENT, AT NORTH WOOD. MlNNE
tonka, a completely furnished S-room cottage;
running water, screened porches, rowboat,
large lawn. 923 Guaranty Loan building. Tel.
3063 L. ■•■• ' ■• , : •■■■■■ .— ■■-•■.
• I I i..i»M-M-M"M"M"I"I"l"l"i"H-l- 1
• • "' " " "■-'..- "„ -■ JU
•!• LAKE MINNETONKA. •£
m ' '■■ ; - ■■ -■■- ■ ■ ■• 4.
• •JAEGER & TORELLEX 310 BANK OF ■*
',' .■-... . COMMERCE. 4*
4* '■'"* ■• v A
4» Headquarters Lake Minnetonka Cot- 4*
4* tages, Lota and Acres. •}•
f CHRISTMAS LAKE-7% acres, highly Z
•f CHRISTMAS LAKE—7^ acres, highly • •
4* Improved, with flue .buildings and ■■'■•!•
4* lake shore; one of the best fruit: •$•
-• farms in the lake region; $3,500. , •>
4« EXCELSIOR—Six-room residence on 4*
*• . ".Galpin's Lake, $1,250. Substantial 4"
*$• j ... summer cottage, fronting Gideon's •>
4* Bay; large grounds; $1,350. Double •!•
4* • cottage on St. Alban'u Bay, $3,000. - •'•
4* '' Or will, rent each half furnished' 4"
4* at $75 for the season." New modern 4*
4* dwelling, $2,200. Large house of »2«
4* .16 rooms, occupying commanding •£•
4* position and ample grounds in best 4*
4* .'. portion of village; suitable for ho- 4*
4- tel; $3,650. - ■ ■'■ ' ■-■ ■ ■ . *
4- BIRCH BLUFF— Six-room cottage, 4*
M plastered, with kitchen and dining- *}•
4* room detached, screened porch, 4*
4" large garden, 150 feet beautiful 4*
4* lake shore, to rent for the season 4*
4* at $125. . 4-
LAKE PARK—The Fisher cottage. 7 ■!•
4* • rooms, -water pumped from lake, •!•
4* very good . condition, furnished; 4"
4* must be sold. Make an offer. May 4*
4* ", "be rented for season at $125. Cot- 4*
4* • tage of 7 rooms, $400. Cypher's »J*
4* cottage, on street fronting lake, • 5 ■4*
4* ' rooms, $1,200. 4
-4* $1,625—13 acres, of which 6 cultivated 4;
4* and planted to currants, berries, 4*
4* etc., on small but deep lake near 4*
4* Excelsior. Cottage of 7 rooms, 4*
4* with waterworks and icehouse. 4*
4- MINNETONKA BEAC Beautiful *
4* cottage, fronting Main Lake, com- 4*
4* pletely ■ furnished, 8 rooms, mod- 4*
tern except heat; $3,000. Will rent •*•
4* to right party at $250 for the sea- 4*
4* son. . . . .J.
4* XEWELL'S COTTAGE — Minnetonka *
4" Beach. This is one of the most 4*
4" attractive and complete residences 4*
4" on the Beach. Fine shore and 4*
4* large grounds; modern and ele- 4*
4* gantly furnished; $3,500. 4.
4- BROWN'S BAY—Orono Station—Ten- 4
-4* , room cottage, bath, fireplace, barn, '•?•
4- icehouse, boathouse, windmill; 4*
4* commanding location, large shore •*•
4* front; $3,750. To rent for season «£•
4* at $250. , ■ . 4.
4- CROWELL'S COTTAGE— 4
-4* plastered and papered, $1,200. To 4
-4* rent for season at $75. .J.
4- BIG ISLAND—Two cottages in good 4
-4* condition, with fine shore lots. 4«
4* each $1,200. Will rent one, partly 4
-4* furnished, at $100, for the season. •*.
4* $3,000— Nearly five acres planted to 4
1* strawberries, grapes, raspberries, 4. j
4" etc.; beautiful rose garden; nine- 4»
4* room house, barn; near Eureka •*•
CROWELL'S COT TA G Completely 4.
4- modern; beautiful grounds; near 4.
4* Lafayette Clubhouse; highly ar- *
4* tistic and picturesque; ' $6,000. 4
-4* Lots at all prices and on all parts of •?•
4- the' lake. Acres with and without •'
--4* shore. Fruit Farms. J.
4- i
••••••••♦••••••• •-»••• • • « • •
• «
• Now is the time to buy Real Estate. •
•.: We. have a splendid New Catalog of •
• Bargains in Minneapolis property. •
• Call for or send for one. «
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO •
• No. 11l So. 4th St. •
• •
FOR SALE—CHOICE SUMMER HOME,
lower lake, Cottagewood station; lot finely
shaded, about 150 feet short front, newly
finished, plastered ten-room cottage, stone
basement, hot and .-old water, plumbing,
bathroom, boathouse, boats, windmill, stable,
garden and furniture; price $5,200; a snap
Address X 901, Journal. .. : . \
»> FAIRVIEW, MIXXETOXKA—Seven- A
y room plastered cottage, all fur- •> '
•♦♦ nished except bedding and dishes. •>
y Cottage 30 feet from lake and 10 •>
V feet above water level. .A nice ♦♦• '
♦♦♦ light rowboat. $175. «•♦ I
•> NORTHWOOD—B-room cottage, plas- ♦> i
y tered throughout; large fireplace in ♦> \
V ..sitting-room; is on two corner lots, ♦♦• i
•♦♦ 100x100; has one of the finest views ♦>
y on the lake. Not over five mm- «>
y utes 1 walk from station, and is •>
•♦• located amongst the.finest cottages •>
V on the lake. $250. . ♦>
•> FAIRVIEW—This is a newly painted ♦>
V cottage, 25x35, with addition. Cot- ♦> ]
y tage is partly furnished. Fine •> j
•> boat. Has large yard and is only '•*•
V two or three minutes' walk from ♦>
•J* station. $75. • ♦*„
•> LAKE PARK—7-room cottage, all fur- •>
♦> nished, within half block of Lake ♦!•
V Park hotel and close to lake. $125. ♦>
• W. A. BARNES & CO.. ♦♦♦
• ■ 300-302 Nicollet. A I
42 ___ NOTICE
- - - BOND CALL. •—~—
To the holders and owners of bonds exe
cuted by the Scanlon-Gipson Lumber com- j
pany, dated June 24, 1899, hereinafter enumer- !
ated: • :.-..•
Please take notice that bonds numbered
61 :to 90, both inclusive, aggregating $25,000 i
principal of said Scanlon-Gipson Lumber
company, dated June 24, 1899, and secured by
trust deed to this 1 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 air 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 th*»
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 MR. ERICKSON, WHO USED TO
live at 2018 Riverside ay. call there and find
out something to his benefit. __^^___
NOTICE—REMOVAL SALE. PICTURES,
frames,* ovals, oil paintings, at bargain. Deep
cut prices on framing pictures. Zesbaugh.
19 sth st S.
44 2Sy PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DlS
eases of women and children. . 17 9ta at S.
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. HoiHln's drug store.
IP IT'S " FIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY "AT
reasonable prices In Minneapolis, it's Dr.
Brandes. at 620% Nicollet, suite 2.
ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE
of Satin-Skin Cream, ■or write Albert F.
Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich.
FEMALE DISEASES~CURED. ~
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist Irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis. '
EXAMINATION FREE.
T. H. BLY., M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; private home for women before and
during confinement; book, 15c, all you need
to know. Office, 27jttb_st 3, third iloor.
WEAK MEX-A SURE, PERMAN¥nT~AND
speedy cure for night losses, sexual debility
impotency, no matter what the cause, with
out medicine. Home Remedy and Recipe
Co., 219 20th ay S.
| LADIES-CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN"
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4e stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
d£uggists^_CJ^hestejjChem^jCo.. Phila., Pa.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM; CO-"
came habit; myself cured; will inform you
|of harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs
i Baldwin, box_l2l2, Chicago.
j DEAFNESS "CURED OR NO PA.V "
| C. ROWAN, Milwaukee, Wis.
| DR. WYATT, LOCATED 16" YEAHS ~AT 230
; Hennepin ay, has had ?,0 years of wonderful
success in curing men and women of all sex
ual, kidney, blood and wasting diseases. Visit
him or write him free and get cured.
ATTRACTIVE, UNENCUMBERED WIDOW,
independently wealthy, lover of home, sweet
disposition, seeks protector aid adviser. "Ag
nes, " m 7 Sheffield ay, Chicago, 111.
CONSTIPATION AND IXDIGESTION~RE
lieved by Lauritzen's Healtn Table Malt. Cen
tury_building.
WIDOWER, MIDDLE-AGED, WORTH~S4O~
MO, income $6,000 yearly, wants wife, good
housekeeper and affectionate; will make such
a one a model husband. Address Mr. Sidney,
Drawer H, Chicago, 111.
VIVIDUS VIVIDUS~FOR MOTHERS AM)
daughters; send for circulars; bright, <]«<ar
eyes, good health: $2 box; agents make quick
money; special inducements. 'P. O. Box 146.
the mijn:nteafoliß journal.
NUMBER 44— Continued.
■ . ■„..- - ■ - • . ,
! FLEMISH FURNITURE IS THE RAGE—IF
you wish to learn how to reflnish tables,
sideboards, chairs, plate racks, picture
frames, etc. (anybody can do it at home), 1
send $1 for information. M. Myhus, 616 Hoag
ay, Minneapolis. . ' ' -' ■-..••■■• i..',v^.i
SEND US 27c (POSTAGE STAMPS), WITH
this ad, and we will send you, on approval,'
the electric belt, suspensory, etc., that, cures. *
Letters answered-free." Dr. Peterson's Elec
' Ir" Belt Co.. 245 Ist ay S. Minneapolis, Minn.
SUPERFULOUS HAIR. MOLES. . WARTS,
permanently . removed by electrolysis; also
scalp treatment. Anna M. Griswold, 417
i Medical block. ; ■'• • "■■■--.-
-46 "patent attorneys"
WILLIAMSON j * MERCHANT (JAMBS (F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office No. 929- '
936 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, '
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing, Washington, P. C. . . .. i , ... „ :
P. 11. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor,
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
47 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
improved
EDMUND Q. WALTON, 300 HBNXEPIN. IS- ;
sues a new catalogue of houses for sale and
rent every two weeks. Send or call.
W. A. BARNES & CO., 200-302 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.' Dayton bldg.
WE buy and sell clty~and farm propertyT
Mort. Loans. O. A. Qulst & Co., 109 4th st S.
LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE EIGHT-ROOM
modem, except furnace, eighth ward, for
sale; $2,500: $6) monthly payments; this is a
decided snap. 355 Temple Court; : - ■ '
nine-room house PROSPECT PARK?
Perfect condition, thoroughly modern, hard
wood floors,, storm sash and screens; very,
cheap, monthly payments. Room 6. 313 Nic
ollet. . , ■ . . *
AN ATTRACTIVE, MODERN EIGHT-ROOM
house, near Como ear, St. Anthony Park,
very cheap. .Monthly payments. Room v. 313
Nlcollet. - - • ■ -
FOR SALE OR TRADE—HOUSE. AND LOT
in new town in central Minnesota. Address
B 895, Journal. . __
GALE & CO., REAL ESTATE; ESTAB~
lished in Minneapolis in 1858, and believe
they know their business. Whoever wants
to know values, or buy or sell or rent real
estate, or borrow or lend money on mortgage,
should see or write Gale & : Co., New York
.Life building. ■. ,~
$1,200—2306 James ay X; house, seven rooms;
large lot.
$000—1119 12th ay X; house, five rooms; city
water, cellar. °4£&H|HBottKMߣMff!ftE
$1,200—819 20th air S; house, eight rooms; two
tenements; city water, cellar. -
$800—2523 9th st S; house, six rooms; city
water, cellar. . . .
—3422 Columbus ay; house, ten rooms;
full lot; cistern, well, cellar. •
$I,ooo—lßlo Aldrich ay X; house; eight rooms.
$1,600 — Emerson ay S; house, ten rooms;,
full lot; well situated.
$1,000—809 Girard ay X; house, eight rooms;
city water; full lot.
$1,200-^2423 15th ay S; house, eight rooms;
cistern, well; lot, 40x127 to alley.
$600—720 18th ay X; house, six rooms; cellar,
well.
$1,500—2815 3d st X; house, eight rooms; city
water; barn; lot, 42x157 to alley.
$1,000—2217, James ay X: house, seven rooms;
well, cistern, cellar; very large lot. . ■
$700—2408 14th ay S; house, four rooms; wood
shed: city water.
—208 Girard ay X; house, six rooms;
.woodshed, cellar, artesian water. '.»*-.W
$700—2004 Crystal Lake ay house, six rooms;
city water, cellar.
$3,500—1210 4th st SE; boarding-house, four
teen rooms; mostly modern: large lot; :
well situated; rents $40 per month. ' |
All above mostly on time at 6 per cent.
Five and 6 per cent loans on lots or lands
in Hennepin county; any sums. See us
GALE & CO.,
XV. Life. ' ,:. •■
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• SUBSTANTIAL BUSINESS MEN ARE •
! • buying Minneapolis real estate. Now • j ■
• is the time. Call for our catalogue of •
• bargains ;■ the largest and best ever •
• published. • I
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO. •
• No. 11l 4th st S. " • ■•• •
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• " $5,350. " \ 0
• Brand new residence. No. 2436 Hum- •
• boldt ay S; location is superb; splen- •
• didly built by owner for ; home; east •
• front, near to and commands fine view • •
• of Lake of the Isles; entirely modern: • .'
• lot 50x155 feet to alley: if buyer will •
• let house, have very desirable tenant, •
• anxious to take it at $40 per month. •
• Sudden change of business obliges •
• owner to leave city. This will go quick. •
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO. •
• No. 11l 4th st S. •
• *>»««««>m»m tt>t • • • • •
JiuuniK.N lU-KUUM HOUSE, BARN; BTH
ward; built by owner for home; gas, laundry,
combination heat; will sell carpets, shades,
gas and steel range if desired. H 899 Jour
nal. '
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS CALL ON
the Title Insurance and Trust Co.
FOR SALE—STRICTLY~~MODERN EAST^
front residence; eight rooms, Sunnyside dis
trict, 2746 Fremont ay S; easy terms; monthly
payment plan if desired. Owner next door.
FOR SALE—NEW 6-ROOM MODERN"COT
tage. 2016 James ay S. Inquire across street
1629 W Franklin.
GOULD, 407 PHOENIX BLOCK—S4,OMTnEW
8-room house; $5,000, new 9-room house;
$3,500, good 8-room house; $20,000 investment
pays 8 per cent; $30,000 investment, pays 10
per cert; $60,000 investment, pays 8 per cent
Some good farm lands and vacant city prop
erty at low prices. ....
$4,000, QUARTER-BLOCK of NEW 24-room
flat and four single houses near university
rental, $I,oqq yearly. Morrison, 814 Nlcollet'.
♦fr*++i>»+»»<'»+»♦♦»+» »»»»++
•>..., FARMS NEAR THE CITY. ♦>
y $1,9.5—A few miles from the city we •>
V have a fine farm of nearly 40 acres ♦>
V joining a beautiful little lake of A
V clear, deep water; the land is a A
V 7 deep, rich loam with clay subsoil; A
y about half under cultivation; some A
y timber; all tillable; a small frame A
y house and an icehouse full of ice; •>
y « main road passes the farm; good A
y school at hand; all adjoining land - A
V held at $100 to $150 per acre.. Here .:.
V Is a bargain. Owner is leaving •>
♦ city. . _. . . A
y $2,750—A splendid farm of 55 acres' ♦*•
y , half mile from station and about A
y lo miles from Minneapolis, with A
y good new six-room frame house A
y and large frame barn.-.". There is ' A
y • about four acres timber and bal- A
y ance all in cultivation. Kirn black •*♦
V loam soil with clay subsoil Small A
V orchard of young bearing, apple A
V trees, about 100 plum trees about A
V S£? rter of acre of nne raspberries. A
y This is one of nicest little farms in A
V ♦„ o --tate, of Minneriota. Ask about it. A
y $2,8!O-Farm of 46 acres on Nieollet'A
y .. ay, only three miles from city A
V limits arid one mile from a post- A
V .office; finest kind of rich, level A!
V farm land and every acre under A i
•> cultivation. • A
♦ ■ HOMES. : A
y •4,650 —New modern nine-room, near A |
y summit and Irving ays, Flemish A
V oak and white enamel finish, best •♦•
y modern plumbing, furnace heat -A
V .' laundry and vegetable cellar- ail ' A
y exceedingly attractive home. , A
V 13,875— modern nhae-room house A
y and barn on Colfax ay near 25th ♦•♦
y st. Fine parquet floors, rich man- ♦♦♦
V tel; a good .warm house and a bar- ♦*♦
♦> gain. Ask about it. * = A
♦> $1,075—A good seven-room house, in A
V first-class repair, city water in •>
•> kitchen, east front lot, on 15th- ay •*«
♦>; S near 27th. This is cheap.. • ♦;.
•J».$G75—A four-room house and corner lot ♦*«
V near Western and Morgan. For a ♦••
•> low-priced house, this good A
♦ " VACANT. A
•> $775—0n Bryant ay near 25th st, a• •>
•> beautiful: lot, just- about two feet ♦>
<♦ above grade and level. This is *♦>
•> certainly the biggest bargain in •>
♦> Sunnyside district. «♦♦
♦;♦ '$225—Fine level lot on Aldrlch ay near A
•> 35th st S. Good homes all around *>
•> it; street improvements. ; ■ " ■ ♦•«
•J» $195 —Two lots, double corner, near A
«£• Perm ay and sth av_N.. The price ♦*♦
V ■ pays in full. ,*.
♦;• Choice east front lot on 15th ay «*♦
•> S near 32d st. ■■;.'-*•*•
■•;• $75 —Handsome lot on Columbus near A
•:♦:"" 41st «st. •"" '. ■ ■■.■■■.... .-*:.■ • . A
♦> MORTGAGE FOR SALE., A
•> We have for sale mortgage of $1,700 A
•J» on two modern-homes', worth $5,000, •>
♦> that draws 6 per cent, payable semi- ' A
•;• annually, due in five years. -.Here is- ♦!•
«8» a fine security. No discount.- ' A
•;• WANTED. ■-, • ' A
♦*♦ We have a purchaser for house, six ♦*♦
•;• or eight' rooms, inside 24th st, between »J«
»> ' Chicago and Bloomington, at $1,000 to - •>
♦;♦ $1,500 - cash. This is business. List *>
A your house and we will sell it. *. . *-«♦♦
<♦ THOMPSON BROS., . . A
•> •■■■-. " 101 4th st S. --.'>.
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE;
whether you wish to buy or sell see Finance
Company of Minnesita, 620 Templp Court.
$I,COA— 3339TTH AY S, EIGHT ROOMS; 45
feet frontage: $12.50 monthly no-.m^t., q
i I. Fuller, 803 Phoenix.
M MHKIt 47—Continued.
FOR SALE; 6-ROOM COTTAGE. 2525 PLEAS
ant ay;.. cozy and convenient as, a flat; lot
44x165 to 16-foot alley;! entirely - fenced; large
screened porch, water:and;sewer connected,
stone walk, good garden; dry cemented cellar,
cistern, parquet floors uln addition there is a
good storehouse- on rear of lot; could be used
for barn or; workshop. Price j2,200.
NOBBY j LITTLE HOUSE. .7 ROOMS., PAR
quet floors; stone sidewalks; North Minneap
olis; $1.230, part cash. Win. T. Coe. 435 Tem
ple Court, owner. * '__■'»•'
ACRES GOOD GARDENING LAND?
cheap; $2,000. good modern house, near lakes;
sale or trade,' fresh find clean grocery stock
for acres. One acre' of ground, j good house
and barn; 120 acres, well improved," 60 < miles
out; 80 acres, 8 miles out, sale or-trade for
city property. Quarter, section, Hyde county,
South Dakota. 10 acres cultivated, $450. * Mar
tln.^Sykea block, > '
FOR RENT, AT COTTAGE WOOD, MODERN
seven-room,cottage, completely furnished ex
cept bed linen, table linen and silverware. O
899. Journal. " ■" - ' ■ ■
$3,800. NEW AND READY, 2815 FREMONT
S; eight .rooms, thoroughly modern: open j
Sunday, 2 to 4; easy terms.
O TITLE INSURANCE RATES HAVE O I
0 BEEN REDUCED.. ONLY $10 FOR A '
P. POLICIES OF $600, -RUNNING 2:. p '
P YEARS. AND IT ONLY TAKES 48 8
O HOURS TO "HAVE" A TITLE EX O
O AMINED AND INSURED. : 8
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NEW MODEr'.N HOMES ON HENNEPIN
iitmniiHliiiiiiin «n—l» i i i ivrc ■ ' , ■ . •■■
$7,000, new nine-room *uuse and bain- SOx
ISO.
$5,800, new 10-reoin house and barn, south
and east corner.
15,600, new eight-room house, Gta|66.
$4,500, neir eight-room house, cast ftnnt.
|3,800, new eight-room house, east front.
£Msi>, nine-room house and barn; "a bar-,
gain."
C. E. NELSON. 403 FIRST AY S.
sunnysideT
$3,575. Terms. $1,373 cash, balance three
years, 6 per rent: nine-room house, full stone
basement, furnace, laurdry; first floor finished
in hard woods; all floors hardwood: mantle
and grate; second floor five bedrooms, bath
room; barn with box stall, room for two
carriages; Coif ax ay between 25th and 26th
sts; must get an order to view from our
office. C. E. Nelson, MS Ist ay S.
$S,SOO—MUST SELL: NEW EIGHT-ROOM
house; built for my >wn home: thoroughly
modern; east front; 50x155; 243t» Huniboldt S;
two blocks west Hennepin; open Sunday, 2 to
4. Key, etc., 40:! Ist ay S.
GOOD INVESTMENTS TO LOOK AT.
$4,650 —Less than their value, but must Bell
Will pay 10 per cent on over $5,800. Con
sists of four houses, always rented and in
the best part of Northeast Minneapolis.
Must all be sold at once. Get four of your
friends aud each secure a home at a very
low price; or, if looking for an investment,
here it is. Buildings insured for over
$5,000.
$13,000 for an investment that pays 10 per
cent on over $16,000. Permanent tenants.
On good business street.
$7,600 for ten-room, modern house and barn,
but a stone's throw from the Glass Block;
well rented; large lot, 66x165. The ground
alone is cheap at the price named. Would
make a fine place for flat building. At
this price, you can double your money in
few years. Location on 7th st, near 3th
ay S.
12,100 buys two good houses, one renting for
$12 50. The other, with a little repairing,
will rent for $l(i per month. What better
investment than to look these up and make
an offer?
Look at 818 24th ay NE and make your best
offer. Will take part cash down; balance
on easy terms.
$800 for large lot, just off Lyndale, in6ide of
Frankiln ay.
List your bargains in Northeast with me.
Have customers waiting. Also write fire in
surance in reliable companies.
Office open day and evening. Telephone,
859 L-2 Main.
F. L. PALMER, 2411 Central Ay NE.
J. B. TABOUR,
124 Fourth Street South.
$1,800—49x122, on Chicago ay. inside of
35th st, with a good house of eight
or nine rooms, furnace, and, I
] think, bathroom; also barn; street
! improvements paid for.
$1,900 —A snug home of seven rooms,
modern exc«pt heat, near the uni
versity.
$1,575—50x135, one of the prettiest lots
on Lowry Hill proper.
$1,600—A good eight-ftkJin house, with
city water, in -the vicinity of Lyn
dale and 31st st.
$475 —46x128, east front, on Dupont,
near 3lst st; water, gas and trees.
$2,ooo—Large east front -lot and very
complete cottage home of five large
rooms and space to finish more;
modern except heat; nice condi-
tion; between Lyndale and Henne
pin, near Lake st.
$650—40x128, on Dupont, near 27th st;
water, gas a.nd stone walk.
$2,6oo—Large corner, 46x128, stone
walks on both sides, with a first
class house of seven rooms and
hall, nicely fitted bathroom, good
heating plant, good barn, carriage
house; all in perfect condition, in
the vicinity of Hennepin and 31st.
(Houses to Sell), BROAT; (Farms to Trade),
(Houses to trade) Phoenix. (Farms to 5e11..)
Open evenings. Agent for Spring Brook farm.
P. M. ENDSLEY,
Room X, Guaranty Loan Building.
$1,250 — i lots in Prospect Park, one
block from interurban car; easy
terms.
$250— Lot on 14th ay S, between 29th fit
and Lake st; easy term*.
$150 each for two lots on Oliver ay, be
tween 26th and 27th ay N; easy
terms.
$75 each for two lots on Stevens and
49th st; size 120x129; easy terms.
$925 BUYS NICE 7-ROOM HOUSE,
No. 652 Polk st, full lot and city wa
ter; two blocks from Central, icside
Summer st; well down town and in
walking distance of a dozen mills and
factories.' $710, nice 6-room 'house and
full lot in New Boston.
P. C. DEMING, 2407 Central ay.
ALL MODERN HOUSES FROM $2,600~ UP.
Also well located lots, including some on Park
ay and Oak Grove st. H. E. Ladd, 302 An
drus building.
$S,OOO- COMPLETELY MODERN DWELLS
Ing. lit arly new; nine large rooms, on first
and second floors, three rooms in attic and
one in basement; hot water heat, open nickel
plumbing; clear of incumbrance; on E 16th
•st; part cash and balance mortgage, or would
consider in part payment smaller dwelling or
unimproved lands. Room X, Guaranty Loan
building.
BARGAIN—NEAR MINNEHAHA FALLS, A
modern house, large lot; call for list of (kh
ers. Wm. H. Gibson, 4.'0 Guaranty building.
FOR SALE—VERY GOOD HOUSE ON
Bloomington ay, near Franklin, 60-foot front;
a bargain. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of
Commen c.
BARGAIN ON 1 SALE LIST-MODERN
house, large lot, near Minnehaha Falls; 8—
room 'house and lot near Lake Harriet; time
or cash. For three parties having $400 cash
each, the best bargain in North Minneapolis.
Bargains in sices for flats. Call for list. ■• Wm.
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty building.
A.Q ISIMPHOVEU
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY 13
--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, Bank of Commerce build
ing. -■■ : ' - - -r - - .■■■■ /
?S?SSS«SSSSS?B;SJ»S£S£SiSS SSSSSSBSBSSSSS SSSSSSSBSS
J2 100 Calhoun Park lots, $500 to $650. &
Si Jos. L.. Hlckson, 939 Guaranty. gjj
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4* COME AND GET IT. , .J.
4* . $I,3oo—Lot 100x296, with trackage, at ; •}•
•5* Minnesota 'Transfer.' ■-.- Do- not delay. 4"
4* "Procrastination is the thief of time 4«
4" and money." .jyRvBWWBBBBiWW 4*
t,'i i THORPE BROS., 4.
258 Hennepin ay. '4*
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•"■ Substantial Business Men are buy- •
• ing Minneapolis Real Estate. Now is •
O the time. Call for Our Catalog of •
'• Bargains.^ The largest and best ever ■ •
• published. ,-**-■• . ■- . -«. ■ •
• -DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., ; •
• " •. •.; No. :111 So. 4th ' St. . : • ■ : •
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,; MM HICK 48—■ Continued. ,
LOT FOR SALE—CHEAP, 25-FOOT FRONT
age, 3905 sth ay S. Address Carl S. Nelson,
Argyll, Minn. -„- ■ ' v -
NICE EAST i FRONT LOT ON 51H AY S.
near 24th at; good size, full depth; stone
sidewalk," water and sewer;: all paid i for; $800
for quick sale. 1' Central Real Estate Co.; 208
Bank Commerce. -' '
FOR ¥ALE— CHEAP, OR EXCHANGE FOR
two bicycles, lot 24, block 10, < Rivervtew , ad
, dition. 68- Minnesota -Loan and Trust Co.
REAL . ESTATE AND ; MORTGAGES.
Whether you wish to buy or sell call on the
Finance Company of Minnesota, ■ 620 Temple
Court. . .■...■■,,.. ,'.',, <»■,.;■■., ,- ; :
LOT, SUNNYSIDE," BRYANT, BETWEEN
25th and 26th; center of block; west front;
only $750;' cheapest lot eighth , ward. C. E.
Nelson. 403 let ay S. r ■, ■
SOME FINE LOTS IN GALE'S SUB.. FROM
$550 up.' H. E. Ladd. 302 Andrus building. >•
WILL SELL FINE LOT, 40x157: IMPROVE -
ments paid; Dupont,2sth ays, $500; lies finely;
come quick; will build house; part payment;
for good party. T 900. Journal. .
AQ .>;*. ; FARM LANDS ?■
I OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N. D.
Washburn. Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4.
I COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Galnes, S. E. Mpls. Minn.
i . • 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, 608
Bank of Commerce. -■ v ' •- < ■
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• ' 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 •*•
•> sold in one tract or in township lots; •*•
♦> splendid, opportunity for speculation; ♦>
V prices and • particulars on application. *>
, ♦;• Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. •*•
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480 ACRES IN KINGSBURY COUNT Y~
South Dakota, to exchange for general mer
chandise or hardware. < Address Box 23, De
Smet, S. D. .
$360—EIGHTY ACRES. $840—240 ACRES.
$480—120 acres. $2.50 an acre, 2.840 acres;
timber will pay. for land; easy payments;
other bargains. CD. Rutherford, Flood
wood, Minn.
160-ACRE FARM FOR SALE, FOUR MILES
southeast. of Henning, Otter Tall county,
Minn. Good well and good buildings. A
snap if taken at once. It. Huseby, Battle
Lake, Minn. - '. . ,:->■ :
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• Some splendid Bargains in Minne- •
• apolis houses and lots are advertised •
• in Our New Catalog. Secure one at •
• once. -■■'■■ •
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• , No. 11l So. 4th St. •
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HAVE YOU GOT $6,000 AS A FIRST PAY
ment on this? For a few days I will offer for
sale Riverside farm, close up to Beltraml, a
growing town on the Great Northern railroad
in Polk,county, Minnesota: 880 acres choice
deep black Red River valley soil; nearly all
in cultivation; flowing wells and fair build
ings; plat and price furnished; this farm will
pay good income on three times my price;
you can soon double your money on it. O. B.
Harris, 101 E 4th st, St. Paul. ..'
160 ACRES, ADJOINING BARTLETT, N. D.;
on the main line of the Great Northern rail
road: 145 acres cultivated (120 acres ready for
seeding), 15 acres of meadow, house, barn,
etc., $1,800; $1,000 down, balance on time.
320 acres 8 miles north of Michigan City;
buildings and improvements; 155 acres cul
tivated, balance all plow land except 35 ares
of meadow; $2,800; owner prefers all cosh
but would accept $2,000 down, balance on
time. The above farms are free from stones
and noxious weeds, soil is rich black loam
with a clay subsoil. September flax is $1.25;
we average 15 bu per acre. These farms can
pay for themselves this season. Come or
write Frank P. Root, Lakota, N. D.
6,750 ACRES, 4,370 AC"RES OF TRACT, BE
ginning five miles from railroad in well set
tled community: valuable hardwood timber
and choice soil; $2.75 per acre. B. M. Hun
gerford, Aitkin, Minn. '■;
160 ACRES BY MILLE LACS LAKE, CROW
Wing county, cheap for cash; must be sold.
Address 175 . Milford st, St. Paul. '
160 ACRES, HYDE COUNTY, SOUTH DA
j kota; choice tract, near town; good title;
| transportation allowed to land; best offer
j takes this for cash. Owner. Investigate.
, O'Brien, No. 546 6th ay N. \
| A FARM FOR SALE OF 106 ACRES; WELL
fenced, fairly good buildings, a nice spring
of water two rods from house; ten acres of
natural meadow; 20 acres of timber, valued
at $1,000; rest tillable land; one half mile
1 from church,' school and railroad station;
! situated in Olmsted county, Marion township.
Price $4,500. Address X 894, Journal.
GOOD HOMESTEAD LANDS IN ITASCA
i county, Minnesota: tome good cedar claims,
' timber and meadow lends, settlers located
. reasonably. Call or address H. J. Wall &
I Son, Bridgie, Itasca county. Minn.
| FOR INVESTMENT—24O~ACRES OF FINE
j land, partly improved; surrounding new
townsite on Lakota extension of G. N. rail
way: $2,400, if taken quick. Address Thomas
J. Baird, Lakota, N. D.
•!«H«i BH wJ >tH wW"> ♦♦> •> <KKKK~X~X">
♦;•:■- • big snap. ♦;♦
•!♦: $300 .for 10 acres of good farming land ***
♦;♦ on Central ay. Only 6& miles from ♦*♦
*1* Union depot. ' •♦♦
| ♦> $650, SE 2-115-60, Spink Co., S. D. •>
I •> $900, NE 3-109-62, Beadle Co., S. D. ♦>
j »J» $750, improved farm of 40 acres, 18 ♦$»
I «5» miles from Minneapolis, one mile ♦*♦«
«£• from Andover; good barn and lumber *J»
I<♦ for new house; 21 acres plowed, 10 <j»
<► acres meadow, 9 acres timber. •$»
♦> 10 acres land in Crystal Lake town, «£♦
♦J» one mile from city workhouse; all in ■ ♦$♦
; ♦!• high state of cultivation; strawberry •>
•> , and raspberry beds and all kinds of ♦♦♦
♦>'. truck farming; -fine 8-rooni house, •>
' ♦;♦ milkhouse, barns and outhouses. ' •*♦
| ♦> r 160-acre farm, 14 miles from Motley, .;"•>
j ♦$» two miles from store and postof- «$♦
j- ♦> ' flee; one ■ frame and one. log house,. ***
I♦> three barns, granary and well; black •;•
| »J» . clay loam soil; 35 , acres plowed, 70 <{♦
j .•I* acres, fine improved hay meadow, **•
♦!• ; can cut with mower; balance mixed ♦$•
*l* hardwood .timber; all fenced; a ♦>
♦>' ,' stream of live water runs through ■,'♦*♦
i♦> the land; we are offering this first- ♦>
i■ ♦> ■'■' class: farm for the extreme low «$♦
♦!• price of $1,400. > ...» .J.
•> C. A. QUIST & CO., 109 4TH ST S. •>
«X"X*»:~:"X"!";> *♦**♦**♦* »^%%*VVVVV
A BIG SNAP—64O ACRES, WELL IM
proved, good buildings, three miles east of
j Herman, 100 acres pasture, balance all tilla
| ble, - that we will sell before seeding at $22
j an acre, including 15 cows, 10 head of work
1 horses, a good shire stallion and a complete
line of machinery, geared wind and feed mill,
also a steam threshing rig goes in at this
price. Come and see us at once. Lamberton
Land Co., Herman, Grant, county, Minn. . ■
80 ACRES.. NEAR TURTLE LAKE, WIS.;
day soil; trout stream; read, school, cream
ery; sacrifice for cash. 707 Sykes block.
20 ACRES, WITH BUILDINGS, \\i MILES
north of city limits. A. R. Howe, 632 Jewett
place, owner; submit offer. , " V
FOR SALE—SBO ACRES, POLK COUNTY,
Minnesota. . ;
800 acres. Red Lake county, Minnesota.
820 acres, Grant county, Minnesota. ■
640 acres, Kidder county, North Dakota.
50 acres, • Becker county, Minnesota.
■ .40 acres, Hennepin .county, Minnesota; fine
garden land. .; ;
.F. J. Perclval, 4 4th st S. . ■
$16 AN ACRE—SOLID SECTION, WRIGHT
county; ; joining fine lake; near station: wild
land;. good soil: good title. Have, also, -160
acres, Clear Lake, this county. Want offer
on. Hobart Land Co., Phoenix building.
200-ACRE FARM, IN ISANTI . COUNTY,
fine, improved; 160-acre farm, fine, improved,
in; the best -part of Anoka county; 160 acres,
• near St. -Francis, Anoka county; has ■ great
improvements;-creek runs through; has ma
ple timber. Also nice residence, on 40 acres,
all improved except six acres natural grove
round the buildings; eight mfnutes' walk to
St. Francis, Anoka county; is a dandy: $1,400.
154 . and 143 acres, , fine, improved; stream
runs through both- farms; both, farms have
good buildings, fine meadow, maple, oak and
elm timber; in town of " Hassan, Hennepin
county: : 18 "■ miles from Minneapolis; $28 ■ per
acre; cheapest ' farms in • Hennepin county.
. We offer 1.240 acre farm,'•» 250 acres under
plow, 300 acres meadow,* balance fine timber;
large creek runs through: has 16 buildings;
17 miles wire fence; near Princeton, Sherburn
county; $12 per acre. Call for circular.
Julius Grosse Co. Above-mentioned farms '
are" fine•'■•• bargains; ■ located near depots,
schools, 1- churches and nice, thriving towns;
also near creameries and , starch factories.
Every farm has timber and natural meadow,
and they are the finest grain and stock farms.
■ Read our advertisement for farms and land,
in the Times and Tribune. Also call for cir- :
culars. Julius Grosse Co., Boston block.
P*55333C833X833355^C933335mS
•O $6 per acre,- 800 acres, in Kandiyohi <*>
O county; Minnesota. ■; q
45 - $500 for 80 acres 8 miles rom >Aitkin. O
p $"00, acres, all improved, house, . O
O barn. and well; two miles from Milaca. S
Q. $16 per acre, soljd section, in Wright Q
O county. " . *.. •■ - -.. ■: ;,■:•■ „■■ , .-,', p
P " $4,000, 160 . acres, improved. In the p
C^; heart of Freeborn county, Minnesota. p
P - $2,750, ■ 138 -' acres. improved,' > house, - p
• <Q> *; barn and . windmill; • all fenced;" four : P
p: miles from ; Buffalo, 3V4 ' miles from S
p ■ Montrose.- -:: ■. •; '/ ** ";■-"- ■.. '•'..•,•■;.■. •.-■ p
0 Wild land on the St Paul & Duluth 6
O. railroad, near Willow River, for $3 to p
; p $5 per acre; \ easy ■terms." '■■:-."■■':", "•■:-', p
O MINNEAPOLIS REALTY CO., O
O "-v. 209' Bank ■of ; Commerce Building.' ' O
NUMBER 4tt—Continued.
FOR SALE—I 6 MILES OF MINNEAPOLIS
400 acres of splendid land; about 80 under
plow; cuts about 100 tons of hay; creek runs
through farm, a good house, barn with base
ment for 40 head of stock, good out buildings,
wildmill and everything complete; price $6,50u
If «old at once; will throw in seven new
milch cows. S. A. Carlisle, Wyoming.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
TO EXCHANGE—A VERY CHOICE REsf
<Jenee lot in Park addition for Bhore front lots
near Fairvlew, Minnetonka. Address C 898,
Journal.
FOR EXCHANGE—GOCD NINE-ROOM
house, with barn, one block distant from two
car lines; 420 Peun ay N; incumbrante $1,500;
for_wild_orjmproved land. M 899, Journal.
TO EXCHANGE-60 ACRES WITH TIMBER,
meadow and cultivated land; good noil, rear
station; 25 minutes out; fine for a suburban
home; overlooking Lake Minnetonka; for sale
cheap or exchange for a good home In the
city. Wt t<o, Journal
•*••••••♦••••••••*••••••••
• m
• NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY HEAL •
• estate. We have a splendid new Cata- •
• logue of Bargains in Minneapolis prop- •
• erty. Call or send for one.
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• No. 11l 4th st S. •
• •
.*••_• ..••_• •^ ••j* •_•• •-*• • •_• •_•• •
1 HAVE CHOICE LOT IN BUNNYSIDE;
also $400 mortgage on improved property to
exchange for clear Minnesota wild lands.
John L. Smith, 110 Temple Court.
i'lear lands7~l^t'sTwTth~cash7~for
merchandise; wanted, country property; we
make exchanges; list your tracts; all around
agent. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building.
FOR SALE—4O ACRES, ANOKA . COUNTY;
would exchange for city property; lots!
houses, lands; write me what you want; list
your property. A. D. Eads, 419 Guaranty
building. -
51_^SITU^TIOIfS~WANTED
" ~"" male' vv"v"~ . SiWWV
WANTED— AS GARDENER; Ex
perienced in flowers, vegetables; also care
of hot water plant, engine, electricity, etc.
X 897, Journal. ■ ■ ■ ■
52 FEMALE
WANTED — FAMILY WASHING; UN
starched, 40c .dozen; good work warranted.
Mrs. McLaughlln, 513 Bth ay S.
53IZZZ^Zs^ssZIIZII
The BOYD transfer AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephones. Main 656, both exchanges.
54 stove repairs"
GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.,
312 Hennepln ay. Telephone, Main 161.
U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY 3.
Minneapolis. Telephone 614-3.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WILL EXCHANGE DENTISTRY FOR TAl
loring, carpentry, paper hanging, lady's bicy
cle, livery, household goods, or anything I
can use. , Address N 899, Journal.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goodi.
Don't sell before getting estimate from th«
Town Market, 25-:7 Gth st S. Tel. 1993.
WE BUY diamonds or traTeTor new. We pay
cash for old goid or make Into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay S.
WE GIVE CHEAP RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to coast. Twin City Van Co., 6V4 4thstN.
CASH PIIID~FOTR~OLir~GOLfr
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co.. 327 Nicollet ay.
WANTBD—GOOD SECOND-HAND TYPK
writer of standard make and recent design;
must be cheap; state where can be seen. Ad
dress Q 898. Journal.
WANTED—SECOND-HAND SMALL OR ME
dium sized fireproof safe. Also oVi or 6-foot
standing desk. American Mining investment
Co.. 416 Andrus building.
WANTED—TO BUY GOOD SECOND-HAND
incubator cheap. Lindahl, 25 S sth. Tel. 1993.
Will buy good 2d-hand building, frame~br
brick: to be moved. 25 6th st S.
W rILirpXY7ToorSPOf'cXSH~FO'R~UPRIGHf
piano; what have you? State maker's name,
condition and particulars. Address W 93
care Dispatch, St. Paul.
WANTBD-TCFTJUY RCKLL-TOP DESK JIHTD
steel range; must both be in fair condition
and cheap for cash. Give price and condi
t:on. F 901, Journal.
WANTED—TO~EXCHANGE A GOOD SHORE
lot at Mlnnetonka for a gasolene launch 18
to 24 feet, in good condition. N 900, Journal.
WANTED—GASOLENE LAUNCH, 16 TO 20
ier+ length; must be in good condition and a
baigain for spot, cash. R 899, Journal.
WANTED— SECOND-HAND 10 OR 12-SYRUP
wall soda fountain in good repair for cash.
T. W. Howey, Carthage. S. D. j
WANTED—A GOOD SECOND-HAND ROLL
top desk. Address G. R. H., 907 Guaranty
building. 'Phone 176-J2. _ *
TO BUY 84 FEET NICE PARTI
tIon, 8 feet high, for dividing storeroom. S.
H. Findley, 517 Andrus building. ■
60 WANTED TO RENT
WANTED—TO RENT A STOREROOM. 25x
100, with trackage privileges. S. A. Reed,
208 Century building.
WANTED—TO RENT A MODERN HOUSE
or small 1 flat, either furnished or unfurnished,
from April 1, for four or five months; must
be in eighth ward, between 22d and 28th st 3,
and Portland and Pleasant ays. Address 616
Dayton building.
WANTED—ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
rooms in Lowry Hill, Sunnyside, Green's or
Kenwood additions; breakfasts desired. Ad
dress 812 Dayton building. «
HOUSE, 5 TOT" ROO"MS~GOOD LOCALITY^
need not be modern if otherwise desirable; j
describe fully and name lowest rent to re- j
sponslble tenant, F 900, Journal.
WANTED— RT3XT~~HOUSE^ WITH
acres, in or near the city, by two adults; per
manent tenants if suited. Al references. ' Ad
dress ABC, 3115 Nlcollet.
HAVE CONSTANT CALLS FOR HOUSES
and - stores for immediate occupancy. List'
your property with us. T. A. Jamieson, 313
Nlcollet. ■
2888888888 88888S8SS88S38 88888888888888 888888888888
88 HAVE YOU PROPERTY. TO RENT? 82
88 I make a specialty of renting and 82'
88 taking care of all kinds of property, 88
88 managing estates, etc. I can save you 88
88 money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New 8
88 York Life building. . §8
?8888888!8S88SS88»S88SS*8SS888?i88888S?88i««888i^
WANTED—TO RENT BY YOUNG COUPLET
six or seven-room modern house or cottage
with barn. Will pay $15 or $20. Address D
894, Journal. v
A YOUNG MAN WISHES FURNISHED
room with "respectable family on Southeast
Side within block of Como interurban, where
there are no other roomers and where no
questions will be asked. Address T 899, Jour
nal. ' ,
SMALL HOUSE, WITH BARN PRE
ferred, man and wife; state price and loca
tion: must be cheap. Address 2007 4th ay S.
WANTED— STOREROOM : SUITABLE : FOR
drug business, with rooms on second floor
adapted to physician's office and dwelling.. H
899. Journal. V
WANTED — A SEVEN-ROOM MODERN
house and barn in Southeast Minneapolis,
i well located and reasonable rent. Address E
895, Journal. .
WANTED—COTTAGE AT MINNETONKA;
must be well located, reasonable price, fairly
furnished. Mrs. S. H. Knight, 2001 Kenwood
parkway. ■ • - ~ ■ .• 'r • ;'.-'.
; WANTED— FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
by April 1, with use of barn, single rig; no
children; prefer first floor, partly modern,
i.ear 4th or Ist ay car line, inside of lake st;
state price. B 896, Journal.
' HOUSE WANTED—SIX TO EIGHT ROOMS,
: bath. Address G 899, Journal. .: . .. ,
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE OWNERS—
Resident and non-resident owners. . Minne
apolis: If you want your property managed
by a responsible - and „ experienced agent,
economically and satisfactorily, with. charges
reasonable, or have property to sell or ex
change, call or address H. \E. Ladd, 302 An
drus building. '-■ ■ "
§ RATHBUN'P REAL ESTATE AND Stt
8 . RENTAL AGENCY, 8
8 ; 310 New York Life Bldg.. "■ ,8
8 Wants list of properties for sale or ,8
Q ' rent - from owners. .;•. Special attention Q
8 given to the care of property of non- 8
Q residents. ' • o
51 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. '■'"■•^ii. «.:■--..' ,:il'.-.. ■- . ■•.•■•.":••
WANTED—HOUSE =OF EIGHT ,OR , NINE
rooms, modern.:except; heat, not over.s2,ooo;
terms, < $20 per month. R 893, Journal.
11
DUMBER Ol— Continued.
BEST 9-ROOM HOUSE THAT $2,500 SPOT
cash will buy, or desirable eaat front lot ia
good neighborhood; state lowest price. Ad
dress E 900, Journal.
••••••••♦••••••• «♦•••••• mm '
• a
• SUBSTANTIAL BUSINESS MEN" ARE O
• buying Minneapolis real estate. Now •
• is the time. Call for our Catalogue of •
• Bargains. The largest and beat ever •
• published. . < >•■■•"
• DAVID- C. BELL. INVESTMENT CO., •
• No. 11l 4th st 8. • •
• ••••••••••••••••••a •_•_• • • •
WANTED—BY RESPONSIBLE PARTY, THE
best modern eight or nine-room house, inside
Lake st, that can be bought for $2,500 on
monthly payments of about $35 a month. II
000, Journal.
WANTED—THE BEST MODERN HOUSE
that $2,600 cash will buy; inside 24th st; state
exact location and price. M 901. Journal.
WANTED, A WELL LOCATED RESIDENCE
worth about $2,500, in exchange for 20 acres
of garden and pasture land with ' 600 feet of
shore front on lower Lake Minnetonka. Ad-'
dresa N 900,. Journal. >
$1,000 TO $2,500 CASH OR GOOD FARM FOR
house in city; would assume and repair; give
full details. Address .A 891», Journal. C»
POULTRY FARM WANTED NEAR CITY:'
will buy or rent suitable;land or land and
buildings; would . prefer land that faces lake
or stream;. answer at once; give full de
scription, terms, etc.; want lowest price. F'
899, Journal.
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES.
Whether you wish to buy or sell see Finance
Company of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court.
WANTED— BUY SMALL BUILDING OR
dwelling to move on 16-foot lot. S. H. Find
ley, 517 Andrus building. /
ALL MODERN HOUSE,~~SUNNYSIDE, $4,500
in cash awaiting; also , want a good vacant
lot with east front, same location. Bargains
in improved and vacant. Customers awaiting
with cash. H. E. Ladd, 302 Andrus building.
WANTED— PURCHASE IIOUSE~ WITH
four, or five lots, near school and car; not
over $1,000; monthly payments. V 900, Jour
nal. . :■.„■■■■.■.
g3 MINES AND MINING.
£♦>*♦:• .x**:-:-:* •:«:-:♦♦♦:-:♦ ♦•:«:«>♦♦ •:-:-:«♦
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♦ COMPANY. r%~
♦ COMPANY. ♦;.
♦ .;.
V Don't fail to obtain . some of these »;«
«£♦ shares while for a few days they are «J«
•> selling at half a cent each. .;♦
V ♦>
♦:• Send for 32-page illustrated and . ♦;.
•*• descriptive publication. •>
v. ■ ■■'/.?.;-' ■ ♦>
♦> "The Temple," "Hornet," ♦>
♦> "Eagle-Lion." "Copper Shield," •>
y "Yellow Hammer," ::, <•
V "Fruit-Farm-Home," ♦;♦
♦>. "Coal-Lead-Zinc," "Mountain Tunnel,' •>
*l* "Silver Crown." ■ ■ •>
♦ '.'■ <♦
V Ten per cent per annum guaranteed ♦>
•J» in addition to regular dividends. ' ♦;•
»> Ad ress the •>
♦ ♦:♦
♦:♦ NATIONAL MINING PROMOTION ♦;♦
♦ COMPANY, <.
♦ ' <.
♦> Fourth floor, Andrus building, •> .
•> Minneapolis, Minn. ■ <•
•> ♦>
£**^:!****.WW •>♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦
OIL. OIL. OIL OIL.
O Only 200 shares left of the incorpora- O
I rators" stock of the White Star Oil I
L Co.'s properties in famous Kern dis- L
trict, at 15c per share. Ground floor
O price. Derrick on property drilling for 0
I oil. Sure, quick dividends assured. * I
L Particulars, C. L. Bauman, Andrus jL.
building, Minneapolis.
OIL. OIL. OIL. OIL.
<£ Xc » B / Q Private Stock. <.>
<| EUjOCJU For Prices, X
$ TKJUAIEB Address &
♦TLiKM iE E OTTO MUNSOK, X
f tLie' ptE Bank Commerce, <|
<$> LW ( y > Minneapolis. Minn. &
•x-x» ♦:-:-:•♦♦ »>•>♦♦♦♦ ♦:«:♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦:->♦:•
•!♦ GREAT SMELTER SALE. X
♦ ♦%
•> "QUEEN BEE," ♦%
? ♦
♦ "BOUNDARY CAMP." ♦>
♦♦• "KETTLE-CURLEW," %
♦ •' ■ • ■ . .'.l.'
y Don't fail to obtain particulars of ♦>
V our Great Smelter Sale of these shares. I •*•
♦ ■>■■.... :-■ . ■■-♦:•
V Ten per cent per annum in addition ♦>
V to regular dividends guaranteed. A
♦ ■ ■ ■. •■■ ■.>
V Send for 32-page illustrated and de- ♦>
♦;• scriptive catalogue. ♦;.
♦:♦ J.
•> AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT A
♦♦♦ COMPANY, ♦;♦
♦ A
♦> Fourth floor, the Andrus building, ♦>
♦ Minneapolis, Minn. •*•
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"JERICHO," ' !
STAMP MILL BOUGHT.
1,200 tons ore mined; more in sight. 1,500 -
000 shares, 750,000 treasury stock; a limited
amount now, 10 cents a share; $100, 1,000 •
$1,000 for 10,000 shares.
GET INTO A GOLD MINE.
Send for prospectus and latest report on
"JERICHO."
CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
"Investment Brokers."
; 425 Ist ay N.
-* v.% v. •. v. v.v. v.v. v.*&s»
88 . - . ■ 92
82 IF YOU GET IN ON THE GROUND 88
82 FLOOR WITH US YOU WON'T FIND *2
88 ANY ONE IN THE CELLAR. «5
§ Si
82 We own Silver Peak mountain, in 82
82 eastern Oregon. Tunnel now In 125 Ti
82 feet, working day and night crows; ex- 82
82 pect to strike it rich any day. To com- 82
82 plete the tunnel and erect a stamp J*
88 mill, will sell stock until March 15 at 82
82 the fololwing prices: %
P ALL CASH DOWN, 5c per share; par 82
% value, $1; full paid and non-asaesa- %
% able. '.
82- 100 share* $5.00 88
88 500 shares 25.00 82
8i 1,000 shares 45.00 Zi
88 2,000 shares 85.00 58
88 6,000 shares 300.00 '88
88 10,000 shares 400.00 82
88 M
82 INSTALLMENT PLAN. ■ 88
82 1 cent* per share; 1,000 shares, $2 Zi
82 down and $2 per month until paid ?£
88 —total, $70. 88
88 3,000 shares, $5 down, $5 a month until Zi
jB2 paid— $210. •*
88 6,000 shares, $7 down, $7 per month 88
?2 until paid—total, $350. ' &
82 10,000 shares, $12 down, $12 a month 88
88 until paid— $701). Zi
el ■ . ; St.
88 Address all • communications and 3*
88 make all checks, drafts, money orders, 82
88 etc., payable to the ' J*
8? :.:,; l^'^.t.-: . 88
f>' INTERSTATE GOLD MINING CO., ti
*2 Boston Block, ';*■'• 88
£8 MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. , Ji
888888888888 88888888888888 88888888888888
DOUBLE TOUR CAPITAL IN 30 DAYS BY
Investing in the Air Funnel Equipment
company. The te»t just given tha
Air vs. Ice System as devised by Clark Bal
com has proven that all perishable vegetables
can be picked ripe in the southern 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 th«
northern people at reasonable prices. Bai
com's device- does away with the cost of ic^.
A few shares of stock for sale at |65, par valu*
$100. Annual dividends at least 25 per cent.
E. R. Oilman, general agent, office 70 Syndi
cate- block, Minneapolis.
GREAT REPUBLIC MIXING STOCK—I CA.V
let you have a few thousand shares in I,*.'•■ ■>
lots If wanted at 3Vgc. D 900, Journal.
§5 MOVING ANlTsfo^GE
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved ami
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer A Fuel Co., 46 3d si
S. Telephone Main 655. both companies.
(3g DETECTIVEJUSENCIES
DETECTIVE WORK, ALL BRANCHES; SE
cret service inquiry, shadowing; best refer -
eaces. S. J. McNulty, mgr . 2CB-I0 Kaaota bl
g7 MACHINERY ANDJ2NGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKIN3
Machinery—Largest stock in the Northwen.
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d Bt. Mpla.
g3 PENSIONS
~rTb. "hOSTETLErT"""""
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 307 Boston block. Minneapolis. Mian
OCEAN STEAMERS
Tickets to and from Scandinavia, Germany,
Great Britain and all other points la Eu
rope, via Beav«r Line Royal Mail steamships,
at lowest rates in all classes New, large
steamships; best accommodations; shortest
ocean voyage. C. F. Wenham. general agent,
311 Nicolelt ay, Minneapolis, Minn.

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