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WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10
REAI^ESTATE TRANSFERS^
Edwin C. Keller and wife to Lulu W.
Dykeman, lot 11, block 1, Heaton —
Combe's addition $2,600
John McManus and wife to Ernst
Draeger, in section 22, town 120, range
23 ..?... 1,200
Hattle E. Welles to John Gillesby, part
lots 1 and 4, block 7, Baker's addi
tion 2,300
Margaret W. C. Kunzmann to O. D.
Hanschlef, part lot 13, block 67.
Baasett, Moore — Case's addition 450
Peter P. Swenson (executor, etc.), to
Arthur L. Jenks, lot 5, homes on
Brown's bay 700
Peter P. Swenson (executor, etc.), to
Gregg F. McNelll, lot 4, Holmes, on
Brown's bay .- 700
Edward P. Green and wife to Irene
H. Jones, part lots 1, 2 and 3, block
2. Fisk's addition 1,450
Frank C. Griawold and wife to Ester
E. Swindells, part lots 18 and 19,
block 2, Grlswold's second addition 125
Manchester Savings bank to Sumner
T. McKnight, part lots 4 and 5,
block 220, Brown _ Jackins' addi
tion 28,500
Carl Enockson and wife to Alexandra
Westerlund, lot 3, block 116, Colum
bia Heights addition 700
Harriet M. Jimerson and husband to
Carl L. Stewart, lot 6, auditor's sub
division 60 300
Emma Berg and husband to H. M.
Taubert, lot 24, auditor's subdivis
ion 9 2,500
James C. Young and wife to James
C. Young Land company, lots 11 and
12. block 55, Remington's addition... 500
J. Harry Wall and wife to Minnie E.
Elliott, in sections 8 and 9, town 116,
range 21 3,050
Edward F. Leonard to Sallie F. Moon,
part lots 1 and 2, block 78. town of
Minneapolis 52,500
V. H. Laederich and wife to Marie
Laederlch and Frank J. Hallo, lots
7. 3, 8, 19 and 20, block 5, Swan's •
second addition •'-•• 500
Orrin M. Green and wife to Sumner T.
Ah Knight, part lots 1 and 2. block
13. Snyder _ Co.'s first addition 7.000
Eight minor deeds •• *-
Total. 23 deeds $105,617
Building Permits.
J. L. Leigh, 3859 Lyndale avenue K.
2-story dwelling $3,000
J. H. Norton, 3851 Lyndale avenue N,
l's-story dwelling and barn 2,000
Magdalena E. Blakeman, 1802 Chestnut
avenue, 2-story dwelling I."°
Births.
Mrs. J. A. Frost, 1816 16th ay S boy
Mrs. Fred Johnson, 3213 21st ay S boy
Mrs. Frank N. Simpson, 305 2d st NE..boy
Mrs. Frederick Carlson, 3017 27th ay S..glrl
Mi?. J. C. Larklns. 1514 Portland a*....boy
Mrs. Edwin R. Williams, 526 Bth st SE..girl
Mrs. Howard Brown, 3018 11th ay S girl
Mrs. Gust Moline, 1100 E 36th at "...girl
Mrs. Jacob Polazak. 923 Marshall st NE..boy
Mrs P. O. Buckner. 1400 living ay N...g1r1.
Mrs. Thomas Sehilsby, 72S E 16th st bo/
Death*.
Henry Chase. 2510 Bryant ay N, 63 y^ars.
Engelbert Anderson. 625 sth st S, 23 years.
Babe Fallow, 115 Central ay, 3 days.
Maud Marie Farmer, 2221 22Va ay S, 1 year.
Peter 1 H. Vos, 801 Main st NE, 62 years.
Jennie Martin, 4143 Wash, ay N, 27 years.
Marriage Licenses.
Erie Hellgrin and Olva Hart.
Charles Assersou and Kate Christenson.
Herman Helnze and Marie Larson.
Olaf Peterson and Ida Swanson.
Olav E. Honhelm and Mattle Kaare.
Patrons of the want page ahonld cat
this out for reference as it will
not appear every day.
INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS
To easily find any heading, note the num
ber opposite the heading in the index; th«
headings of each department are numbered
consecutively, as in the Index:
I—Agents Wanted.
—Announcements.
3—Auction Sales.
Accountants.
62—Belgian Hares.
6—Business Personals.
—Business Chances.
7—Business Specials.
B—Bicycles. .-. •*
9—Business Bargains.
Board and Rooms.
11—Board Offered.
12—Board Wanted.
Castings. . -
13—Cows. i
Clairvoyants.
66—Detective Agency.
Detective Bureau.
15— Dressmaking.
16—Dyeing and Cleaning.
18—Dentistry.
17—Educational.
Financial.
74— Furriers.
JO— Sale. Miscellaneous.
21—For Rent, Unfurnished Houses.
22—For Rent, Furnished Houses.
22—For Rent, Furnished Rooms.
24—For Rent, Unfurnished Rooms. -
26—For Rent, Unfurnished Flats.
26— Rent, Furnished Flats.
27—For Rent. Offices.
28—For Rent. Storas.
29—For Rent, Acres.
SO—For Rent, Miscellaneous.
74—Furriers.
Help Wanted, Male.
82—Help Wanted, Female.
Horses, Carriages—For Sale.
84—Horses, Carriages—
25—Intsructlon.
70—Lake Farm Lands.
Loans and Chattels.
Lost and Found.
«3—Mines and Mining.
66—Moving and Storing. .-■.
67—Machinery and Engines. .
38—Musical. -..-••
Medical. ; >•*?
41—Mlnnetonka Property.
42—Notice.. ..
'Z— Notices to Contractors.
Nursery Stock.
76— Ocean Steamers.
71—Osteopathy.
—Pensions.
44—Personal.
45—Purchasing Agents.
46—Patent Attorneys. *
76—Parquet Flooring.
Rug Mfg.. Carpet Cleaning:.
47—Real Estate for Sale, Improved.
48—Real Estate for Sale, Unimproved.
49—Real Estate for Sale, Farm Lands.
SO—Real Estate. Exchange.
61—Situations Wanted, Male.
Situations Wanted, Female.
S3—Storage and Moving.
64—Stove Repairs.
Es—Sewing Machines.
Storm Sash, Carpenter Work.
73—Theatrical Costumes.
17—To Exchange, Miscellaneous.
Eg—Wanted, Miscellaneous.
69—Wood and Coal.
Wanted, Real Estate.
Wanted, to Rent. ■
T_e ads cost only one cent a word under
any heading. ■ w .-
All abbreviations and numbers counted as
one word and no ad taken for less than 20
cents each Insertion. Payable strictly cash in
advance.
Journal Want Fags closes at 1 p. m. Ads
received between 1 and 2 p. m., inserted same
day, If desired, under "Too Late to Classify."
All ads are printed in The Journal's three
editions, the 4 and 5 o'clock and the next
day at coon. .
Advertisers can have answers to their ads
%dd~eased to a numbered letter in care of The
Journal. Answers so addressed will be de
livered en presentation of the check.
I AG£NTS~W ANTED
AGENTS MAKE $6 DAILY SELLING THE
cheapest and most perfect water filter ever
Invented. Retails at $1.50; big profit; exclu
sive territory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca,
Mo. . . . . -. .
SEVERAL GOOD AGENTS, BOTH LADIES
and gentlemen, to sell guaranteed oil stock.
Apply 702 Phoenix building, Minneapolis,
Minn. •
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
to sell the new Twentieth Century Atlas.
Best and cheapest. 635-6 and 1 Lumber Ex
change. __- ..,..
MAN OR WOMAN WANTED TO EMPLOY
and superintend agents; $18 per -week salary
and expenses. Permanent position. Zieg
ler Co.. 520 Monon building, Chicago. 111. -
AGENTS WANTED—IN EVERY WATER
works town in the United States for the
"Modern" filter: latest and most novel de
sign; first ever made to recharge in one min
ute; one gross "fiber cotton" fillings (a years
supply) free with each; light, neat, hand
some; sells soon as sediment taken from the
water is seen on cotton; reserved territory;
■end for circulars and terms.
MODERN FILTER CO.,
843 Franklin st. D 3. Boston. Mass.
WE PAY $18 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO
men, with rigs to introduce our Poultry Com
pound. Send stamp. Javelle Mfg. Co., Dept.
76, Parsons, Kan. ___
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION—
The greatest agents' seller ever produced;
every user of pen and in— buys it on sight;
200.t0 600 per cent profit; one- agent's sales*
amounted to $620 in six days; another $32 in
two hours. Monroe Mfg. Co., X 120, La
Crosse, Wjs. ___ _
$10 DAILY—WANTED, AGENTS EVERY
-where; patent fish sealer and scale retainer,
the AS>ly on earth for th» purpose; fastest
seller ever handled; exclusive territory;
stamps required. 216 Waahbura building, St.
Paul, Mian. '
I AGENTS WANTED
- " "■ "Continued.
WE PAY $20 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO
men with rigs to introduce Poultry Com
pound. International Mfg. Co., Parsons,
Kan... . __
AGENTS FOR LATEST COMBINATION
skirt and waist holder; sells on sight; write
for particulars. Moeller Mfg. Co., Indianapo
lls, Ind. ■■ ' -' '- — ' ■
EVERYWHERE; EITHER SEX;
Zarema diamonds; experts puzzled to detect
from genuine; liberal commission; catalogue;
sample (ring or stud) free on application.
Zarema Diamond Co., 113 Adams st, Chicago.
WANTED— ORGANIZERS; HlGH
est salary and commission paid; attractive
plan and literature; top contract; leading
order. Knights Kadosh, Dcs Molnes, lowa.
$100 MONTHLY, NEW PATENT METALLIC
bread boards; sample free. E. K. Forshee
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALUMINUM CARD CASE. BUSINESS AND
calling cards, sample case and complete cat
alogue of novelties free. Economy Co., 580
Lake st. Chicago. ■
PORTRAIT AGENTS EVERYWHERE QUIT
"crayons." Try washable enamellnes; no
glass; don't rub; cheap. Family Portrait
Co.. Chicago. ' • •'
AGENTS WANTED-SEND FOR SAMPLE
of Young's Oil Metal Polish; kins quality
for polishing all kinds of metals; a great
seller; enclose 5c for same. J. Frank Young,
N. Abington, Mass., Box 494.
AGENTS WANTED— ORANGE-ADE, THE
greatest summer drink for fairs; picnics,
etc.; 1,000 per cent profit; sample gallon
package, postpaid, 10c. Western Mfg. So., 15
Jay st. La Crosse, Wis.
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS ~~~
IF YOU WANT A GOOD REFRIGERATOR,
buy a Herrick at .7th and Hennepin. If not
particular, go elsewhere. :
HOW TO REACH THE NORTH POLE—lN
terestiog and instructive game puzzle to
amuse and enlighten old and young. Fa
miliarizes players with geography; shows
routes and gives historical data of attempts
made to reach the northern goal. Sent any
where for 25c. Martin - Co., 419-421 Jackson
st. St. Paul, Minn.
PLYMOUTH LODGE, NO. 160, A. F. AND
A. M. Regular communication, Monday,
May 6, 8 p.m. E. A. degree. Brethren in
vlted. Geo. W. Hall, secretary.
3~ AUCTION SALES
■-, *•
U AUCTION—WE ARE INSTRUCTED U
& to sell at auction, Monday, Tuesday, &
o» Wednesday and Thursday next. May &•
I, 6, 7, 8 and 9, at 10 a. m. and 2 p.m. Si
*4 sharp, each day, an immense assem- ;•'
li blage of elegant and costly zi
fA Modern household furniture of j#
Zi every description. Also, handsome &
Zi all-brass and iron beds, prime hair j,
Zi mattresses, fine large rugs, carpets, z*
* t one first-class upright piano, etc. *.
Zi Amongst this unusually fine lot of Zi
It goods will be found a finely figured Zi
*4 mahogany dresser, cost $115; birdseye Zi
$4 maple and oak dressers, and chiffon- Zi
ly niers, with French plates; massive oak &
8* dining-room furniture, solid mahog- 8«
H any library and breaklast tables, par- Sf
Si lor cabinet, cost- $75; handsome ma- Zi j
li hogany and oak rockers, McKinley Zi j
-, chairs, handsome oriental and Ax- Zi j
ti minster rugs, china, Rogers" silver- a i
5^ ware, ladies' desks, Rolph sofa beds, %
Zi parlor suits, Flemish oak cabinets, Zi j
„; sideboard, extension tables, chairs, etc., Zi
Si ladies' work tables, dressing tables, Si ]
v. costly leather couches, chairs and rock- „.,
Zi era, massive reeling chairs, lace and Zi I
Zi other curtains, grandfather's hall ti j
Zi clock, in mahogany case; one carved Zi j
Si mahogany four-post bed, worth $150; Zi
„; very fine solid mahogany dining chairs, *i i
S sideboard and extension table, &
Zi fine Canopy organ, cost $175; Jar- •Zi
5i dlnieres, mirrors, P. P. Stewart range, j* |
Zi gas range, mantel clocks, brass and Zi j
Zi iron-brass candelabra, hall furniture, Si I
Si pictures, fine hair mattresses, bedding, Zi |
Zi kitchen furniture, refrigerator, lawn 5* i
J2 mowers, porch furniture, hose and gj
„! reel, bed and table linens, bicycle and Si
ft! other good items, all without the Zi
ft; slightest reserve. Zi :
» •-'"•■ HUBERT BOWS' & CO., c*
*i Auctioneers, 44 and 46 Seventh St S. Zi
B<g 8S& ?i?<Sg*?*?iSS^S^SS^SSig4S«^ S&i &gi
I ——^—————~——^ —
Q BUSINESS CHANCES
WE HAVE SOME GOOD OPENINGS TO OF
fer in all lines of clean, legitimate business
In the growing sections of the northwest. We
can sell YOUR business. 'References: The
commercial agencies. Odlum-Kurtzman Co.,
Phoenix building. ■. -
FOR SALE—TWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP.
Must be sold at once. Address C 971. Journal.
WANTED—A CIGAR OR CONFECTIONERY
store. Will pay from $500 to $1,000, cash.
Address It 976, Journal.
MUST SELL~AT~ONCE, MEAT MARKET;
good location; good business; have reason to
sell. Call at 2002 Crystal Lake ay N.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-BRICK STORE
building and jewelry business. Want cash
or land. F 979. Journal. ": '
<~> .>♦:• ♦♦ ♦♦
<♦ ♦
<♦ PARTNER WANTED—A BRIGHT v
♦ ♦
<• young man with small capital. Busl- ♦>
<♦ ■ ■•':♦
♦> ness strictly legitimate. Call from *>
<♦ V
<• 8 to 9, 12 to 1, 4 to 5, 275 Syndicate ♦;•
♦ ♦
:<♦ Arcade. "■ -: V
M_<_>. ti»lMimiOo<Hf __<_♦♦
$1,200 BUYS ONLY DRUG STOCK IN GOOD
Minnesota town; Red River valley. Address
E 982, Journal. .
FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN, TOBACCO, Ci
gars, confectionery and notions; opposite
school. Call evenings or Sunday. 1633 1,. E
Franklin ay.
FOR SALE—LUMBER BUSINESS IN NEW
western town; $5,000 to $7,000 required; have
sold 50 cars in 90 days; good reasons for sell
ing; give references. Address O 980, Journal.
FOR SALE—BUTCHER~SHOP, - DOING A
good business; must sell on account of leav
ing city. Call at 205 E Lake st. ' -
FROM $5,000 TO $10,000 TO INVEST; NO
agents; state in first letter what you have. M
981, Journal."
FOR RENT—SHOE SHOP, IN FINE RE
pair, on same corner for ten years, to a good
man. Corner of 14th ay S and 24th st. Rent
$4 . per month.
BUY WHEAT NOW—THE BULL SEASON
is approaching; $20 will margin 1,000 bu 2c;
send for our free book, Facts and Figures,
explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain
Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
ENORMOUS FORTUNES ARE BEING DE
rived from the cultivation of coffee, rubber
and other tropical products; let us send you
tree a little book showing how you may par
ticipate In these profits. The Jumiapa Co.,
620 Fullerton building. St. Louis.
SALOON BUSINESS FOR SALE—OPPOR- i
tunlty of a lifetime; will sell my entire out- j
fit; best location In city, corner building, lease
for five years, reasonable rent; exclusive
Schlits agent In city; writ© for particulars.
H. M. Dukes. Huron. S. D.
FINE CHANCE TO GET INTO BUSINESS
53,000 grocery stock, central location. Also
another, in the eighth ward. Both doing a
fine business. Good reasons for selling.
George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix building.
ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF STARTS YOU
In mail order buslress; we furnish every
thing even catalogues; particulars for
stamps. Royal Supply Co., 259 Clark et, suite
68, . Chicago.
THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR WEARING
soiled linen while the Custom Laundry gives
such good service always. 112 6t_. st 8. Tel.
131. ■ - ■ ■ •- • -.-
WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED LAUN
dry man. interest In steam or good hand
laundry, in small town in Minnesota or Da
kotas. where a good trade can worked up.
F 954. Journal. _____________
IF YOU WISH ■. TO INVEST $50 OR UP
wards call and investigate the "Titanic"
gold mines, located in the Black Hills. You
will be .convinced that this Is the best mine
proposition presented to the public. F. G.
O'Brien. 813 The Phoenix, Minneapolis.
HAVE YOU A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS
to invest in the organization of a stock com
pany with $100,000 paid up capital to engage
in a straight, legitimate business that will,
at a conservative estimate, double the amount
of investment to stockholders > inside of five
years' Address, stating business engaged
in and full particulars will be furnished. R
983. Journal. ___,
FOR SALE—2I24 LYNDALE AY S (SUNNY
side Grocery), double corner lot with build
ing; room to build meat market and drug
store; elegant business corner: price right.
Address Owner, 643 Andrug building.
THOROUGH BUSINESS MAN—FOR OFFICE
position, to run the business,' look out for the
dollars and cents, of a manufacturing busi
ness in Minneapolis, well established and
very deelrablo; a half interest for $1,500 cash;
business will pay purchaser $100 per month
now, and can be ■ increased to $200; if you
have the cash and mean business, a full in
vestigation will be accorded you. X 984,
Journal. ■ '
FOR SALE—DRUG STORE: CLEAN STOCK
and fixtures, in. a good southern - Minnesota
town. * Address J., 912 : Lumber ■ Exchange,
Minneapolis. - „ ________
WANTED—TO BUY A HALF OR CON
trolling interest in a first-class manufactur
ing business■ In' Minneapolis; no;fakes need
«psly. O 884. Journal. ■ •
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
Continued. ?.
IF YOU HAVE $800 TO BUY A TIP-TOP
Journal route with, address T 984. Journal.
Best territory La city. -- - - ,
BEST ISO-BARREL FLOUR MILL IN MlN
nesota for sale, or will trade for t improved
farm land or general merchandise. Address
V 984. Journal. -...'■•--■' - :
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR MODER
ate capital; light manufacturing; conducted
mainly from office; $20 dairy • immediately;
can be largely increased: legitimate; best
city, references. 'Addreaa W _967,^Journal._:;_--
I HAVE A SPLENDID TRACT, ABOUT
acres, choice hard wood timber land, well lo
cated, good soil, running water, fine hay
meadows; value $6 par acre; will sell on time
or exchange for good stock of merchandise.
W. H. Robblns, 533 Guaranty building.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. MILL PROP
erty at Excelsior, Minn., complete feed, plan
ing, finishing machinery, with 20-horse power
engine; all in fine condition. W. H. Rob-
I bins. 533 Guaranty building. .j "'. '-.'■. .'
FOR RENT—TO A BUSINESS MAN, FINE
butcher shop, all furnished; good location; no
trouble to build up trade. _1322_24th_st^S._.
FOR SALE—SALOON. STOCK AND . FlX
turea.. on Washington ay; good reasons for
Belling. Address, at once, M 983. Journal.,--
TENANT WANTED FOR A 40-ROOM HO
tel; steam heat; -completed June 1; beautiful
lake; no other. Anton Nelson, Hendricks,
Minn. „ , ..-...- • . ■ -
O < ■■ ■■■ ' ' O
8 WANTED. <?.
O' A LIVE STOREKEEPER Q
o IN EACH TOWN. O
0 For the exclusive agency, of a high
Q grade bread,^shipped daily by Ye Old O
O Time Bakery, Minneapolis, Minn. Used Q
i Q in the best homes, hospitals and lnstl- O
0 tutlons of Minneapolis." 8
FOR SALE—BUTTER AND EGG BUSINESS,
good established trade; $.00 will buy, includ
ing horse, wagon, etc.; cheap rent; living
rooms. J. W. Hughes. 15 3d st S. _ '
A GOOD COUNTRY NEWSPAPER, MAKING
money, for sale reasonable; power press and
modern facilities. Address G 3, care A. N.
Kellogg Newspaper Co., Minneapolis.
A MODERN ~ MINNEAPOLIS RESIDENCE.
12 rooms, polished oak floors: clear, to ex
change for a good stock of hardware; location
not considered. James McNalr, Bemidji, Minn.
PHYSICIAN WANTS LOCATION, MINNE
eota. Wisconsin or South Dakota. Write par
ticulars. A 983,' Journal.
FOR RENT, CHEAP, A 15-ROOM HOTEL,
newly furnished; good location; will sell.fur
niture cheap. For further information, ad
dresa K. A. Gunderson, Lake_Benton, Minn.
FOR SALE—DA"ILY PAPER IN GROWING
Minnesota city; circulation 3,500; can be dou
bled; fine chance for good newspaper man
, with sufficient capital. H'9B2, Journal.
WILL INVEST $5,000 IN COUNTRY BANK,
if given position of cashier, or will start new
bank with party under same conditions. Ad
dress W 982, Journal. '-' ' •
HOW TO OPEN, OPERATE AND BPY
goods for 5 and 10-cent stores. j Write Syndi
cate Supply Co., 440 Broadway, New York. ■ •
ONE DOLLAR A YEAirTROTECf --
We issue more accident policies than any
other similar company In the world, because
we issue the most popular and cheapest insur
ance written; $1 a year pays for a $500 policy;
other amounts in proportion; no assessments
or dues; death benefits, weekly indemnity,
free medical attendance; many other original
and popular features; either sex, between 16
and 65 years; $100,000 deposited with New
York insurance department protects . policy
holders under our system; all claims prompt
ly and liberally settled; write for application
blank; reliable representatives wanted every
where; exclusive territory. The International
Registry Co., 189 Broadway, New York.
FOITSALE—COUNTRY~STORE"aND' LARGE
lot, well stocked with merchandise, doing
good business in well-settled country; post
office in store; large barn and other improve
ments; $700 cash takes it all; you can step
right into business. For particulars address
Postmaster, Stanford, Minn. ■ .''•-?■■•■"
BRAND .108 OFFICE, IN TOWN
of about 500, southern Minnesota; a snap for
practical printer; $650. Address P 9SO, Jour
nal. i
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO GET HOLD OF
a well established general store business in
the best county in South Dakota. B 983,*
Journal. ■ -»* __
FOR SALE—BEST PAYING DRUG STORE
in southern Minnesota; Invoice about $5,000;
two-thirds cash, balance long time; clears
$2,000 yearly; best chance in Minnesota; In
vestigate at once. Address W. 984. Journal.
WANTED—AT~ ONCE, AN EUROPEAN HO
tel or furnished room house; will pay all
cash. Address D 985, Journal. ■
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS - '
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manentiy removed by electricity. Miv Hoi
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
8^
WANTED—RIDER AGENTS TO RIDE AND
exhibit sample 1901 model bicycle and distrib
ute 1,000 catalogues in payment for it; write
for catalogue and particulars. T. W. Mead
Cycle Co.. Chicago. -.. •_ - - ■ , - -
WANTED— GOOD SECOND-HAND BICY
cle for boy of 10 years. Address 2524 oth ay S.
Jq~^board^and^^^s~~
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without board. 103 7th st S. .;, . l ,
FRONT ROOMS, WITH BOARD; HOUSE
modern; steam heat; table board at reduced
rates for summer. 610 Bth st S. ■ '-.:'■
LAKE HARRIET CLUBHOUSE NOW OPEN
for guests, is a beautiful summer home; fine
apartments still unengaged; large grounds;
excellent table.
TWO LARGE ROOMS, vJjTH ALCOVE, AND
one single room, with or without board, at
419 9th st S. -^ ' ' '_
WITH GOOD BOAfcD, WELL FURNISHED
room; large closet; house modern; choice lo
cation; walking distance. 512 7th st S-
RIGHT. SUNNY, WELL FURNISHED
rooms, with first-class board. References
required . 410 9th st S.
FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD IN A
strictly modern house; terms reasonable. 11%
6th st N.
A FEW CHOICE ROOMS WITH.PRIVATE
baths, at summer rates. Hotel Cyrano, 4th
ay and 9th st S. ' '
12 BOARD WANTED
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN WILL TAKE
board without room in private family in
part payment for piano; prefer 20 or 30 blocks
out. Address C 983. Journal. ,
WILL TAKE ONE OR TWO ROOMS WITH
or without board in part payment on piano.
Call Monday. W. W. Kimball Co., 715 Nic
| ollet ay. ■
! FOR SALE-GRADE JERSEY COWS, AT
John Martin's farm. near Camden Place. ___
FOR SALE—FRESH~COW AND~CALF;"COW
: three-quarters Jersey, gives 16 quarts milk
a day. 2229 Emerson ay N. . . '' * '
TWO BULLS FOR SERVICE; ONE JERSEY
and one Brown Swiss; these are two of the
best in the country; will stand at 3221 Emer
son _ay_Ni________i______l__iL_
FRESH COWS—THESE COWS WILL BE
sold cheap. ' Also three cheap horses. 3908
Aldrich ay S. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - ■ . -
FOR SALE—FINE FRESH COW, HALF
Jersey. 2843 Harriet.
MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings dally;
hours from 10 to 5. ■ 620% Nlcollet, room 14. !
MRS. MARY JA<fOBsTTHE~WELL-KNOWN
medium, for 20 years located in Minneapolis,
can now be consulted daily on all affairs of
life, at her new residence, 510 3d ay S.
IQ DYEING AND CLEANING
% &'
J« NOW. IS THE TIME. TO HAVE #
y_ your clothing and all household goods )g
% French dry cleaned, and A. Homung'9 $£
•£ Minneapolis Dye House is the largest ye
'£ and only reliable place, in the north- •£
«_ west. Offices, 522 Nlcollet, near 6th st. %
•5 Tel. 3186 J-2 main, and 242 Nicollet, •£
% near Washington ay, Tel. 510 main. %
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners: out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nlc
ollet. Telephone 1576. *"' -•" -'
19 FINANCIAL :-
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—
rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri
can Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 523-5
Guaranty building. 1 " -
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., 258 Hennepln ay.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
with ' steady positions '• in good ■ concerns, on
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Tolman. 920 N. .Y. Life building. _- '- /. ».■.•;
4% TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"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. : :. • ■ • .
19 FINANCIAL
-•'= ;iV.!■.••■•'.."-.•■..•'..Contliißei.'; ■ [S) . >.•'•'
AT LOWEST RATES—MONBY TO LOAN. B.
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
DO YOU " ~~~: MINNEAPOLIS V~
NEED „ ' v.: LOAN
MONEY?,. COMPANY. .
■ /liotC*::•*£•■; - ; ■,:- ■:. — ; ■ : .■
--sls Will loan you money
-■HO TO-DAY" -
$25 On your own personal
$20 , ■ Note, without security
: •. sja. or indorser, and you can pay
»40; . . it back in easy.
$■*•> ' weekly or monthly
$50 / payments, aa your
;' $65 circumstances will
'. $*>0 permit, thus enabling
• $*>•> •. t you to pay without
■ • $70 " Inconvenience or worry.
} • >7o ■ ■ Our office Is so arranged
$S0 that you do not come
:..?&> in contact with other'..
--S9O applicants, and you can
: &'• . , be. waited on . privately
SlOo ■". a nd quickly. Our system '
|M 5 , . • is new, our method the
*llt> - . ■ CHEAPEST, BEST,
fU6 : ; MOST. PRIVATE ■ T-” '•
*120 ■ in the city.
. tig - PRIVATE INTERVIEWING
?130 ROOMS. .
|U9 .
5140 MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.,
*14» -'.' Suite 601 and 602,
*lxo : . GLOBE BUILDING.
$>, MONEY .TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- • <£
0 pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- . *
<$> able amounts to salaried people held- 4>
|<$ ing steady positions with responsible <§>
! 4* concern*, on easy weekly or monthly
<J> payments. We conduct our business <$>
*♦> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <$>
<j> fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, <«>
<§> Bank of Commerce building.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP
erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour. 124 3 4th.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums;
no delay: see us sure. Gale 1c Co.. N. Y. Life.
MONEY AT 4, 5 AND 6 PER CENTT~NO
commissions. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoenix.
! MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE.
L. P. Van Norman. 616 Andrus building. _
MONEY for first mortgage city security, cur- .
rent rates. E. H. Bass, 514 Guaranty bldg.
WE HAVE MONE"Y~TO~LOAN. ON MlNNE
apolis real estate, with on or before privi
leges; rate 4' /2 , 5 and 6. T. A.Jamleson, 313
Nicollet. '..-■- ■ • . ".' :
1 MAKE A SPECIALTY. OF. $100 TO . $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
WHEN YOU
hold .a . permanent salaried position and wish
to .*■.... - .v">-:
BORROW MONEY,
remember that you can get the lowest.rates,
longest time and ' best terms on your plain
note without mortgage or Indorser,- if you
COME TO US. •
Our private interviewing rooms are arranged
so you can be waited |on quickly and confi
dentially and no one outside of our office will
know of your visit or that you are borrowing
money.
I ... MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO..
Room 206, New York' Life building. _,
LOAN OF $2,500 ON 200-ACRE IMPROVED
farm, eight miles from Minneapolis; will pay
6 per cent. Address R 980, Journal.
CHOICE MORTGAGES FOR SALE, WITH
I titles guaranteed and interest collected fre«
|of charge.. Title Insurance and Trust. Co. .
I ESTATES CAREFULLY MANAGED;
• trusts accepted; wills kept without charge, j
I Title Insurance and Trust Co., Oneida block.
$150,000 TO LOAN. 4% TO~6~PER CENT,"ON
city-property. Title Insurance and Trust Co.
iWE LOAN ™ON IMPROVED CITY REAIi
estate at lowest rates. Nickels & Smith, 311
Nicollet ay.
MONEY TO LOAN on city property and
improved, farm lands, 5, 5% and 6 per cent.
C. H. Smith. 603-606 Phoenix building.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES.
No Mortgage. No Indorser. No Publicity.
A few reasons why we lead: . '
Because— We are always reliable. . . .
Because —We never misrepresent.
Because —Our rates are lower. • < "' • • - *
Because—Ours are the most liberal terms.
Because—Always prompt and courteous.
Because —We want your trade.
Because—Exclusively a salary loan business.
Because —No advance charges. . .
Because— leading company in Minneapolis
Because— wish lower rates.
Because All business sacredly confidential. '
Because — guarantee perfect satisfaction.
—About half rates sometimes charged.
Because —We never sell notes;
Because — borrower receives same care.
Because—No one need ever.-know. :■■■■■
—Square dealing, our motto.
Because —Never promise impossibilities.
Because—Ours are most private offices.
Because —Railroad'men's trade a specialty. 1'
Because —We* get you out of debt." ■. ; ...f" ,
Because— Everything carefully explained.
Everything transacted a secret. .
Because—Terms cheerfully explained.
Because—Satisfied clients mean others.
Because — plan safest and best. ■
Because— like evening appointments.
Because— Open Wednesday and Sat. evenings.
Room 202. Sykes Block. 256 Hennepin ay.
; -." . Over Adams Express Co.
■i •';-... RELIABLE. CREDIT CO
20 OR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE 'FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leavo the t-d. i
COLFAX MINERAL WATER.
Will permanently cure constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin.
TEXTS, AWNINGS, DUCK AND COVERS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.,
125-127-129 Ist ay N. Minneapolis.
GH-AT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT-
Iy used household goods of every description.
We can save you 25 per cent at the Town
Market Furniture Co.. 25 and 27 bth st 8.
SEEDS—FRESH STOCK D. M. FERRY &
Co. bulk seeds just received. J. U. Smith,
214-216 Hennepin ay.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henu. ay—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
WOOD, dry7sl.7s; 2 loads $2.75; green, $f~up7 i
Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lumber Kxcg. Phone 717 J2., <
EGGS FOR HATCHING—WHITE AND
brown S. C. Leghorns and light Brahmas, $1
for 15; white Plymouth Rocks and Wyan
dottes. $1.50 lor 13. S. S. Dunn, 46th st and
i Chicago ay. Telephone 549 J-l South. -
) PASTRY OVENS, STEAM TABLES, COF
fee urns, hotel ranges; tin, copper and sheet
iron work of all kinds; retinning. Tel. 161.
I Great Western Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hen. ay.
' SECONDHAND STORE FIXTURES OF
j every description; 1,000 counters, shelving,
show cases, refrigerators, scales, oil tanks,
.coffee mills, wall CUBS, saloon and restaurant
fixtures, office furniture, safes, barber chairs,
wagons, carriages, harnesses, 500 cook stoves
and ranges, .50 . chamber suits from $6 up
wards, springs 50c, lounges $1. 1027 Wash
ington ay S. •
BARGAINS IN USED UPRIGHT
pianos: Checkering upright, $7 monthly, $165;
Wheelock, $7 monthly, $150; Decker Bros., $7
monthly, $175; Hardman, $7 monthly, $150;
j three uprights, $6- monthly, $100, $115, $125;
I three square pianos, $5 monthly, $25, $50, $75;
I new pianos for rent, $3.50, $4, and $5 a month;
one year's rental allowed if purchased. Fos
ter _ Waldo, 40 oth st S. corner Nicollet.
FURS STORED AND INSURED. .
Highest responsibility. Also repairing and
reshaping. Write or tel. M. 3172-L2, and we
will call. A. Zekman. furrier. 106 Hennepin. i
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR j
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. ■ Rainville Bros., manufactur
era. 17 Nicollet Island. Both phones.
*»**ii* *•**£* *♦*•»•*♦•*♦••♦**♦•*♦•*♦•*♦**♦•*♦•*••••**••••**♦•*♦• *•**♦* *♦**•*
♦;.'•- ■••■■■ .■■ ' .j,
V 200 STORE TABLES," 3x14 FEET' 20 ♦>!
*> standing desks, all sizes; 500 feet ••;♦ i
*,». shelving: 300 woven wire springs, any ♦;•
•;♦ size, in lots of 50; 30 cents each. " ♦;♦
♦;• TOWN MARKET FURNITURE CO., ♦>
♦;♦ .. 25-27 sth st S. . ♦>
♦;• »r»
,;^. .J«J. ♦X~>»X**>»>V*>*>*>*>*>»>*>«>«> ♦♦> ♦>'.♦ j
ALL KINDS OF , OFFICE, STORE FIX- j
tures, safes, roll top, flat and standing desks,
wallcases, bookcase, also • 500 feet " counters j
and showcases of all sizes, in double strength
and plate glass, gas fixtures -of all . descrip
tions, cheap, if taken at once. Jacobson's,
208 4th st S. . . --
FOR SALE, GENT'S RAINMAKER BICYCLE
in first-class condition; also good kodak and
boy's saddle and bridle._ 3104 Colfax S.__
FOR SALE—FUR CLOAK, SIZE 38 >OR "40.
: Very cheap. ■- Address X 983, Journal.,- ■-'
EGGS FOR SALE~PURE ■ BRED BARRED
Plymouth Rocks from- E. B. Thompson's
I strain; $1 for setting or $2 for birds, mated
by.Loth. Call forenoons or after 5,* 129 High
; land ay;' -•" '.' ■■'■•*■'•'■■ ' :": -"
$10, LIGHT SUIT AND OVERCOAT, GOOD
condition; too large for owner; will fit stoutly
built. man of medium height; great bargain.
Address E 883, Journal. -: ' ' '*■-':*
SAY..GET IN LINK FOR WINTER LAYERS
—Rose comb White Leghorn and Barred
Plymouth.Rock eggs, 75c setting. 2633 Pleas
ant:aY.' ■■''■ :." - ' '■■■-i:- - •■*-.•«■•-•
--FOR SALE—A FOLDING BED, GOOD A3
new; used but little. Call at 2417 12th ay S.
FINE , HOTEL STEEL : RANGE, DOUBLE
oven, one of i the Very best - makes;: will * sell
very cheap. ". J. H. Wall, 719 Nicollet ay. > -- -.
GUTTER AND SPOUT YOUR HOUSE; I USE
the best galvanized iron; never rots out; all
work guaranteed Wm. Simms, Hardware,
411 14th ay SE. . •-'■ -;-: 1-,-*- '■■-■■".- " ■
FOR ; SALE—MEDIUM-SIZED. ICE * CHEST;
used two months; $3. 1518 6th st SE, city.
SITTING HENS FOR SALE. 1017 LOGAN
ay N. '; ,:- ' :■■ ■;,'■-. ■■.iX-jy: -.~':t' I
20J[OR^AL£jnSCLEANEOUS^
.. •■ '. f'^r': *.• Continued.' •;■' *: ■'■•■■" *' '$"S:i
*•* ♦
•> GOOD SLIGHTLY" USED FXJRNI- •>
♦> . TURE..ETC.- ♦
•>;:,-.,/ ■■: -:: :>:: ■■ -.-. -• . j ; *.
<• Our second and third floors are ♦;•
<• stocked- with an immense assemblage- ♦>
«{• of all "kinds' nice' clean" bedroom,:- •>
«> library, dining-room, parlor and kitch-. ♦>
«;♦ en furniture, • rugs, carpets, v Iron and ♦;•
•J» brass beds, cook stoves, ranges, pi- ♦>
anos, '"organs, office furniture, • etc., ♦;♦
♦> etc.,"' from' the • nicest houses in the ♦;♦
•> city. We. carry only . the best and ♦;«
«> sell .at lowest prices. If you have ♦>
•> nice modem . goods .to sell, we want; •>
<• -them, and will pay very outside prices. •$♦
•> On our ground floor - will be found «;♦
«>' manufacturers', sample lines of new ♦;♦
♦> furniture, rugs, etc., in great variety,. ♦;♦
♦> from the cheapest to the very highest •>
<• class, and we sell from 20 to 50 per ♦;♦
•;♦ cent, cheaper than any other house in «{•
•;•. the west. Hubert Bown & Co., furni- ♦;♦
♦;♦ ture brokers, 44 and 46 7th st S. ♦;♦
■.;♦■■"•• ■•- ■ ' ' - . •:♦"
<"&!«:*♦♦♦♦♦«>♦♦♦♦ ♦;♦♦;.<»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»:»«:»
ONE GASOLENE STOVE IN GOOD CON
dltion; also - awning with all fixtures. 17
Washington ay S. ■■■■■■■■
FOR SALE—CHEAP, PERKINS STEEL
: windmill: 60-foot tower, 10-foot wheel. St.
Mary's.cemetery, Chicago ay.
:$.-.-■ • -, .r-: <3>
<$► MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO., <*
<i' Wholesale and Retail Stationers, 405 <|>
<$> .. HennepiD ay, Minneapolis, Minn: &
<•> • Letter Copying Books, Typewriter <g>
<«> Ribbons and Papers,-Carbon Papers, <J>
<$> Pens and Ink, Typewriters (new and <j>
4> i second hand). SPECIAL ATTEN- <$>
<$> TION TO SMALL ORDERS. . . <§>
<$> <$
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
and markers, cheap. R. Nelslngh, 650 Polk
st NE. ■_
FOR-SALE-$125 WILL BUY FURNITURE
six-room flat, complete: < call and see it. 60
13th at S. - ■ - : ■
FOR SALE—LARGE. IRON. DOUBLE-DOOR
safe. 30x36 inside. .329 Nicollet ay, room 2.
AWNING, NEARLY NEW, 10 FEET 7 INCH
es long; about 50 yards one and two-inch
mesh poultry netting; one aquarium; sell
cheap or trade. 3033 Aldrich ay S.
FOR SALE-ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNI
ca. 24 volumes; full calf; first-class condi
tion. Address N 983. Journal.
snaps. Tuesday! new DROP-HEAD
Singer sewing machine, $25; drop-head White,
cheap; Automatic, $10.50; White, $5. Elmer,
720 Ist ay S. - -
FACTORY WOOD. MADE FROM KlLN
dried-lumber; best fuel for cooking; clean,
cheap and satisfactory; summer prices now in
effect: orders filled promptly. ' 'Phone Main
317. Barnard-Cope Mfg. Co., 4th st and 2d
av.NE. .-- - ■ .-. -
FOR, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, SUCH
'as carpets, chamber sets, chairs, tables,
desk, etc, 'Must be sold Tuesday. Call be
tween 10 and 12 a. m. No. 2432 Stevens ay.
FOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED ST. BER
nard dog, 2 years old; pedigree furnished;
S3T. takes him. Fred Spaetti, Winthrop,
Minn. ■> ■ - __
FOR SALE— FEET HALF-INCH CABLE,
second-hand; good repair. Inquire 405 Nic
ollet. at elevator. . .
LARGE COFFEE MILL, SCALES, TEA AND
coffee cans, counters, etc., nearly new and
in good condition, will be sold cheap for
cash. Inquire of F. C. Stalley, 811 Nicol
let ay. , - • ■ -■ •
PIANOS—BEHR BROS.' UPRIGHT, $200;
Colby upright, $185; Imperial upright, $125;
Checkering upright, $160; Hallett & Davis up
right, $190; Fischer upright, $180; $7 monthly.
Four square pianos, $25, $35, $50, $65; $5
monthly. New pianos for rent, $3.50 and $4
a month. One year's rent allowed if pur
chased. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S, corner
Nicollet. - '. - ■-:• •■
FOR SALE OR TRADE—FULL SET OF TlN
ners' tools. Crafts & Montgomery, Wahpe
ton. X. D.
FOR .SALE—THOROUGHBRED ENGLISH
pointer bitch, trained, also two male pups 2%
months old. R 985, Journal. ; . -
MILKMEN—YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
■using our ground screenings; we make the
best: now is the time to contract with us at
a very low price for June or July delivery.
Call at the Gee Mill, 112 Polk st NE. We buy
, and sell all kinds of grain and feed by the
car load, ton or 100 pounds.
14 RESTAURANT DINING TABLES, $3
each: worth double. One eight-foot restau
rant range, two fire boxes, etc., $50; worth
$200 new. One steam table; two hotel broil
ers. $12 and $15. At Regan's Bakery, sth st
and 7th ay N. Must be sold Monday. Will
sell separately. *- __
SEE IT—NEW DROP-HEAD HOWE SEW
ins. machine, right from the factory, $23;
others. $2.50 up; supplies, repairing. Lynch,
919 Xicollet.
I WILL SELL MY NO. 2 REMINGTON
typewriter cheap, or rent at a low figure for
the summer. Address E 980, Journal.
FOR RENT
01 I I.NFIHXISHKI) HOUSES
j,KEE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSB
advertising under this head. Be sura and
call for them when you leave the ad. :
McCURDY i Rents houses, i Taking care
& CO., izi < Hats, stores, . >• or property
Temple Court. ( sells real estate.' ) a specialty.
List your property tor gale or rent.
FOR RENT—A HANDSOME, MODERN, 12
--room house, with barn; janitor service; ex
ceptional locality; 10 minutes! walk from
postoflice, if 45; will paper to suit tenant. 122
bin ay S. ■ ■ ' ■ ■■■•■/-.-■.:'■•»
FINE UNFURNISHED HOUSE IN KEN
wood, with good barn; all modern and new,
$60 per month. Franklin Beuner, 603 Phoe
nix pullding. ________
ALTERATIONS FOR HOUSES AND
stores, porches screened, .carpenter work.
Lammas, 423 2d ay S. .
1501 PARK AY. 15 ROOMS, MODERN, $50.
1718 Nicollet ay, 12 rooms, modern; $40.
out) Forest ay, 9 - rooms, modern, $35.
112 Willow st, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
628 University ay SE, 15 rooms, modern, $30.
603 Bth ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
307 Aldrich ay N, 7 rooms, modern, $17.50.
609 X 22d st, 6 rooms, oata, gas, eu-., $li.oo.
i 2300 Clinton ay, 7 rooms, city water, *i 5.
1 1614 Wash, ay N, 5 rooms; cellar, well, $10.
; George Odium, 2oa Pnoenix puuuing.
\V»ul- MODERN HOUSES.
2525 Hennepin ay, 10 rooms $30.00
2943 Park ay, 10 rooms 35.00
2201 Lyndale ay S, 10 rooms 40.00
1622 Hawthorn ay, 11 icoins ............. 45.00
1113 Hawthorn ay, 11 rooms 50.00
ISOI Hawthorn ay, 10 rooms 60.00
■i EDMUND G. WALTON,
300 Hennepin ay.
TEN-ROOM HOUSE] MODERN. 1606 2D
ay S. '■- • "
MODERN HOUSES.
422 E 25th st, 6 rooas, gas fixtures $30.00
41$ E 25th bt, 6 rooms, shades. 27.50
414 E 25th st, 6 rooms, gas range 27.50
2442 sth ay S, 6 rooms, water meter 27.50
CENTRAL REAL ESTATE CO.,
312 Northwestern Building.
FOR 3032 HENNEPIN~AV, EIGHT
rooms, including bath; house strictly modern;
flue lawn; located on two car lines, Como-
Harriet and 20th and Hennepin; $25 per
month. .'. .
FOR RENT-FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AND
barn, with one acre of land, on' northeast
side of Medicine lake. Inquire of Chare La
Count, 2115 Bth st N. _ __
6 13TH~STS, $40; 3210 NICOLLET $35; 100-104
Western ay; also 2% acres near city. Wm.
H. Gibson. 420 Guaranty Loan building.
FOR RENT—32I2 HARRIET AY; 10-ROOM,
modern house, with barn; combination heat,
gas, water and stone walks; fine lawn and
garden. John M. Morris, 708 New York
Life. '_■
HOUSE, THREE ROOMS, NEWLY i PA
pered. 604 sth st N. Parry, 401 Andrus build
ing. ■'■-■■ - • , ■ ■■■ - r::.\ -
FOR RENT—A SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MOD
ern; No. 620 University ay NE.. Inquire 312
2d st NE. - -■ -
MODERN TEN-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
barn; In good repair and good location; rent
$30 per month. No. 2431 Garfield ay.
$27.50—116 E 14TH ST; 8 ROOMS, MODERN,
brick; walking distance; no car fares. . C. I.
Fuller, 803 Phoenix. .
1429 2D AY S, 8 ROOMS, PARTLY MODERN.
'2506 2d ay S, 8 rooms, - partly modern.
818 Bth ay S. 3 or 6 rooms, partly modern.
218 E Grant, 5 rooms, partly modern.
1325 Ist ay S, 4 or 5 rooms, strictly modern.
W. P. Mealey, 413 Bank of Commerce.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, NOT MODERN, EX
cept city water and gas; good condition; easy
walking distance; no children; $17. Call 1406
Ist ay S. * : ■ - '. -•_-. '
BEXZ BROS., transfer and storage; finest
vans and warerooms; goods moved by expe
rienced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tels., 952.
CHADBOURN & BRADEN, 21 ~4thlit S, can
rent your property at once: reliable tenants.
WE •SELL PROPERTY PLACED UNDER
our care and collect rents promptly. Nickels
- Smith, 311 Nicollet ay. - - ■• . ■
FIRE INSUARNCE WRITTEN IN GOOD
companies. Title Ins. & Trust Co, Oneida blk.
THE ■O. G. - TRANSFER AND
Storage company; furniture moved, packed,
stored and shipped by experienced men only;
prompt service. " Office, 501 Ist ay S. . Both
'phones. <j:i ■■'-■'.>' .' -■•-. '■•_■■'•■..--■■■.
60.1 .ALDRICH AY N. SEVEN-ROOM COT
tage;; city. water, sewerage ; and : closet,' $15;
also six-room house, 509 Aldrich ay N. I). G.
Hedderly, 243 ay N^r*.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1901.
- FOR RENT
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88 -<l^i - ' ..NOTICE..-. :>.....-..-.-.:~ .;tt
*2 NOTICE. „
8? We solicit the care and management 8*
Zi of real property, and defaulted mort- Zi
_2 gages. We can sell property placed &
82-under our care- ,■. . 88
»•• J ■• ■■' ' ' Si
Zi BR NICKELS & SMITH, I*
?2 ■ No. 311 Nicollet Ay, Suite 2. .-.' 88
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••••••••••e«••••••••••••••
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• . . No. 11l 4th st S. •
• •' MODERN. •
• Xi Hoag ay, 10 rooms, after May •
• 15 I ..........$22.00 •
• 92 Clarence av.SE. 8 rooms 25.00 • j
• 2718 Pillsbury ay, 10 rooms. 37.50 •
• 112 W 33d st, 9or 10 rooms 25.00 •
• 3117 Stevens &v, 9 rooms..-....;... 25.00 •
• 147 Lyndale ay N, 11 rooms, - •
• steam heat 30.00 •
• 3113 University ay SE, 8 rooms-,'.3 •
• large lawn; after May 15— 30.00 •
• NOT MODERN. •
• 1628 sth st SE, 7 rooms, cellar, - •
• cistern, woodshed, stable 14.00 •
• UNFURNISHED ROOMS. .. •
• 1618 Queen .ay• N, second floor, _ . , •
•-- - 4 r00m5•.•.•....-7..;:.'/.';.:....:.": 5.00 •
• 522 Girard ay N. second floor, •
• 4 rooms, cellar, city water, •
• woodshed ..'. 6-00 •
• 1029 20th ay . SE, Ist floor, 4. . •
• rooms, cellar, cistern, well, •
• woodshed 7.00 •
• 1626 Queen ay N, 2d floor, 4 •
• . rooms, , cellar, .woodshed, : •
• . cistern, part of barn . —... 5.00 •
O•••••••••••••••••••••••°
' ', W. A. BARNES & CO.,
MODERN HOUSES.
2436 Newton ay N, 9 rooms... ..$20.00
1031 Knox ay N, 10 rooms 30.00
1305 2d ay S, 10 rooms 35.00
2721 Portland ay, 9 rooms • 25.00
2213 Bryant ay, 12 rooms 50.00
2705 Aldrich ay S, 9 rooms ..: 27.50
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" COTTAGES.
2519 25th ay S, 7 rooms $10.00
2116 22d ay S, 6 rooms 11.00 ,
212 22d ay S, 5 rooms 10-00 ;
2650 Dupont ay, 8 rooms ; 18.00 ,
Dupont ay S. 8 rooms 15.00 1
1076 15th ay SE, 7 rooms 12.50 j
1220 12th.av N, 7 rooms 12.00
3119 Russell ay N, 5 rooms 10.00
611 1 17th ay S, 6 rooms 12.00
ROOMS AND FLATS.
1002 22d ay NE, 4 rooms,.city water— 7.00
407 Central ay, 4 rooms 9.00
1817 17th ay S, 6 rooms, modern 12.00
2113 22d st, 4 rooms 6-00
1446 Kenwood. parkway, 3 rooms 4.00
W. A. BARNES & CO.,
' ■ 300-302 Nicollet ay. . :v;i ■(■
' ' ! . ' ' '-^— '■ —
DAVID P. JONES & COMPANY,
200 ONEIDA BUILDING, i
V":.yk HOUSES FOR RENT.
714 E 17th st, 12 rooms, modern $45.M
600 Hennepin ay. ' V... 40.00
2715 Ist ay S ". 16.67
2524 Ist av.'S,.9 rooms .: 18.00
718 E 17th st, 10 rooms, modern 40.00'
2434 Stevens ay, 12 rooms, m0dern........ 45.00
2221 Portland, ay. 9 rooms, modern...'. 33.00
2832 Portland ay. 9 rooms, modern 35.00
53t> W 28th st. modern, 10 rooms ...:.. 30.00
2705 Aldrich ay S, 8 rooms, modern 27.50
1523 sth st SE. 7 rooms, city water 15.00
2110 22% ay S, 8 rooms, well water 10.00
708 25th ay N, 8 rooms, cistern .' 10.00
2637 University ay NE, 8 rooms 8.00
2641 University av'NE.... 8.00
FLATS FOR RENT.
Netley corner, 2d ay S and Grant at—s3s.oo
2832 Chicago ay, Ist floor, 6 rooms, mod
ern -.-. 20.00
ROOMS FOR RENT.
723 10th st S, second floor, 3 rooms .SIO.OO
603 10th st S, 12 rooms .....75.00
2814 11th ay S,. first floor, 4 rooms 8.00
2704 Humboldt ay N, 5 rooms, Ist floor.. 8.00
2605 Stevens ay, 2d floor, 4 rooms 7.50
1003 Emerson ay N, 2d floor, 4 rooms.. 7.50
1906 17th ay S. 2d floor, 5 rooms -6.50
1019 22d ay NE, 2d floor, 4 rooms 6.00
118 Cedar ay, 2d floor. 3 rooms 3.00
2443 25th ay S, first floor, 3 rooms 3.00
STORES FOR RENT.
1 and 3 W 26th st, 40x40 $25.00
2605. Stevens ay ......1............ 12.00
MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE, NICE LOCA
tion; 900 University ay SE. 1401 E Lake, 5
rooms, second floor. A. W. Carllon, New York
Life building. ' ■-.--■'
R. D. CONE & CO., 517 GUARANTY BLDG.
2108 Fremont ay N, water, sewer, furnace, $20.
1006 12th ay SE, barn, city water, $13.
1201 Groveland ay, barn, two lots, $10.
1075 13th ay SE, barn, bath, closet, $20.
717 E 17th st, fully modern, very desirable#3o.
719 E 17th st, all modern, choice location, $35.
4th st SE, cor; Bth a Y, elegant new flats, every
convenience; go see them.
3301' Cedar ay, 4 rooms upstairs; $3. .
2842_12th_av_S JL 4 rooms, upstairs; $4.
$22—NO. 2927 PARK AY, 9 ROOMS, MOD
ern. \
$25, large modern house and barn, 27th ay
S and 22d st. . .. ' : . i'SrJ
Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
SEVERAL FURNISHED^ HOUSES FOR
rent for the summer. ' Franklin, Benner, 603
Phoenix building.
FOR RENT—B-ROOM FURNISHED MOD
ern house, for the summer. 1014 7th st SE.
SEVEN ROOMS, MODERN; WILL~LEASE
one year to right party with no children. Ap
ply 1600 2d ay 8. '
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE of
seven rooms, to Sept. 1. Rent $25. 1430
Vine place. .
FURNISHED MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE
for the summer from June 15. 2027 Fremont
ay N. . ' . ' ■ -" ■ ■ ••• -
FURNISHED HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS, FOR
rent for the summer; reference required. 321
Bth at S. ' ■ , ' ■ - ■■ _
FOR RENT—SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, ALL
furnished. 2808 Stevens ay. Will take part
rent in board if preferred. Call Sunday or
evenings after 6.
MODERN. 12- ROOM, FURNISHED HOUSE;
fine.neighborhood;, steam heat; large barn;
year lease. Address B 977, Journal.
FOR MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE
for rent during June, July and August, very
cheap. V 983, Journal.
FOR SUMMER. TO COUPLE WITH GOOD
references, lower floor, five rooms and
closets; gas for cooking; nice location. First
ay and 34th st. O 983, Journal.
$42.50 PER MONTH, MAY 1, OCT. OR.NOV.
1; Ist ay S and 24th st; 8 rooms, all modern
and in best of condition. Jaeger & Torelle,
310 Bank of Commerce.
FURNISHED HOUSES AND FLATS—COME
In and we will tell you about them. H. E.
j Ladd, 302 Andrus building, Nicollet and sth.
no FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those 1 advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad. . , ■'
FOR RENT—IN CORNER FLAT, A FUR
nished room for two gentlemen; gas, bath,
breakfasts; private family. 728_5th st S, flat 2.
GENTLEMAN WISHING NICE FURNISHED
room in a quiet part of city can be ac
commodated by addressing A 982, Journal.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LA
dles; rent reasonable; call, evenings. 145 E
17th st. , '■ -r~ ■* ":
FOR RENT—NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS
in-modern detached house; telephone service;
ladies or gentlemen who are employed during
the day preferred; rooms single or en suite.
328 10th st S.: ■■' •'.'■•' ■ '
DESIRABLE ROOM IN GOOD . LOCALITY;
call and see. 222 Bth st S. References given
if required. ...'. 7 .',... - . :,..
FOR RENT— FURNISHED, LARGE FRONT
room in modern house, private family, 4lady
only. 2207 4th ay S. : * :
AT LINDEN HILLS, .LAKE HARRIET, A
large front room in a modern house facing
the lake/ furnished. Call at 4116 , Sheridan
ay S. - '- __ •■; ;" - ■"-■■'. .• . ■'-.-.:.■•.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, NEWLY
papered. 502 4th ay S. ' .' : ..;:'-.{
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, .PRIVATE
family adults, gentlemen only; easy walking
distance, house strictly modern; . two - ear
lines; swell neighborhood. 68 Royalston ay. ■'•
FOR RENT—NICELY.FURNISHED
like rooms; bath and gas. . 817 4th ay 5.'~.:.*..
FOR RENT—NICE LARGE ROOM FOR
two or 'four young men; rent ' very ' reason
able; gas and bath. 817 4th ay S.
PLEASANT. NEWLY FURNISHED,. FRONT
room, with large closet ;adjoining,". in private
family; - gas and ' bath;" gentlemen only; rent
reasonable. 1317 Hennepin . ay. '
FOR RENT—NICE, LARGE. FRONT, FUR
nlshed room: airy and clean. Also one small
room: modern house; very reasonable. 114 E
14th at. ■ ■■■-■ " ' '■[:-' ■'"-•--.■■•>■ --v.'•»■-■■: .-?-■.-.
FURNISHED ROOM • FOR ■. RENT , AT 1201
Hennepin ' ay, with or without housekeeping
privileges.' . ' '"-.'.-; -; ...
FURNISHED - . ROOMS — A - BEAUTIFUL
place for the summer; »rooms,* single or "en
•uite; partly modern; j cheap rent. - 1800 Nic->
l ollet av-''.. :-.' :.:-;• ••.■r-s- ;-.r.-.; ' .■- ■.:' ;■ ■:'-.:. - i
:,:;: FOR RENT ;
Continued. -;.
FOR RENT—NEATLY FURNISHED BOOM
la modern flat; near library; price $8. , H 983,
Journal. : •":''• 'Si'-.-i--' "'•'■ •■ :•■■'-' ■■:-■'.•■■■'■; ■-.'.;:•■
FOR RENT—TWO, VERY DESIRABLE FUR
nlshed rooms; strictly first-class; walking
distance; detached house. * Address P 983,'
Journal,' '„ ,":■; '-•■ -•' "■"-■=■•• -:- * ■-•
ELEGANT, LARGE, FRONT ROOM, WITH
alcove; two smaller ones, in private home
on Hennepin ay, Suimysld* district; fur-,
nished or unfurnished. A ; 985, Journal. :
A NICELY FURNISHED. ROO 31 IN DE-"
tached house, facing * Loring park; modem
conveniences; private family, very desirable, i
Address 985, Journal. ,J . " :.- -J r
desirable LARGE FRONT room,.
plenty closets and conveniences; cheap Jot
summer; also rooms for light housekeeping;
these are modern and in fine location. 1019
Ist ay S. -/■ ■■:--■" • • -■ ;
TWO NICELY • FURNISHED ROOMS,
ground floor; house modern. 40 10th st S. .
TO RENT—LARGE7~AIRY . FRONT~ROO'M*'
second floor, , furnished; a snap .at $7 per
month; to nice party; references. 37 12th st N.
FRONT PARLOR AND ALCOVE ON
ond floor, unfurnished or partly furnished,
with modern conveniences, suitable for two
young ladies or two- young men. 1805 13tb> *
ay S.
FOB RENT, FURNISHED, LARGE, VERY
pleasant front room, two closets, all modern;
private family. 216 10th st S. ■ - -::
O_l UNFURNISHED ROOMS
6 ROOMS, WITH CITY WATER AND SEW
er; SB. Minneapolis." W. W. Clark, 313 Nle.
FOUR ROOMS, CITY WATER. 1515 HlLL
side ay; $7.. W. W. Clark, 313 Nlcollet ay.
THREE FRONT, UPSTAIRS, ONLY $5. PER
month. 914 sth ay S. No children.
THREE PLEASANT UNFURNISHED
rooms. $5; no children. 3608 9th ay 8.
FOR RENT — THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms and bath, suitable for light housekeep
ing, for two; terms moderate. Call 3205
Pleasant . .: ..;.-. ....
ONE~SMALL, THIRD floor, 424 nicolT
let; $6.
ONE OR TWO PLEASANT.UNFURNISHED
rooms; $5 for one, $8 for two; first floor,
brick block. 415 11th st S. George Hague.
THREE LARGE, SUNNY, CONNECTING"!
rooms, with large alcove, gas and bath; fins
for light housekeeping; for rent cheap for
j summer. 1806% 4th ay S. . .
! FLAT OF FIVE, MODERN. 1218 WASHINQ
ton ay S; $7.
Three front, upstairs, 619 Washington ay S;
$6.
ONE OR TWO VERY NICE ROOMS OH
second floor, facing Elliott park, for rent at
818 9th ay S; brick building; partly modern.
SEVEN PLEASANT ROOMS, NEWLY, PA
pered. city water, sewer, closet; 411 20th ay
N; $12. Edwards _ firewater, 803 Guaranty
I Loan. -...■.... - __
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS ,
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 _ 18TH
st, second floor. Apply Frank Miller.
ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS, THOROUGH-
Iy modern, 730-736 E 18th st; rent $27 and
$30. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life
building. ■ ■ . - ■
SIX ROOMS, STEAM HEATED, MODERN
flat; rent $20; Inquire flat 8, 220 3d ay SE.
SIX-ROOM, MODERN FLAT; HARDWOOD
floors: $27.50. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet
FLATS— SIX ROOMS, BATH; MOD
ern except heat; first and seconds floors; $16,
$17. 824 14th ay S. R. Hall.
NEW SIX-ROOM' FLAT; ARTESIAN WA
ter throughout; no typhoid fever possible;
completely modern; 67 Lyndale ay N. Also,
ten-room house, 1328 6th st SE. Henry, 500
Lumber Exchange. ■-'-..■" :
FIVE ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR, MODERN
except heat, $16 per month; 1227 Chestnut ay.
Inquire next door. -
NICE. COZY LITTLE FLAT, FOUR ROOMS
and attic, modern except heat, good neigh
borhood, price $12. 1430 Vine I _____
"BEST FLATS"—A FIRST-FLOOR APART
ment on Park ay can now be secured. Rista
N. Best. 2012 Park ay. Telephone 181 South, j
ELEGANT SEVEN-ROOM FLAT, THOR
oughly modern. 306 University ay SE.
THREE ROOMS, MODERN EXCEPT HEAT;
screens, storm windows, water closet; first
floor, corner. Apply Grocery, on corner
Blaisdell and 28th at.
FINE. FIVE-ROOM, MODERN FLAT;
first floor: east front; central location; save
car fare: . rent low. 300 Bank of Com
j merce building. ■ r ■*■
FINE SEVEN-ROOM FLAT; MODERN;
walking distance; rent free to June _ 117 E
15th st. ■■....
ONE FLAT IN THE KENILWORTH, 117 E
15th st. All modern and very desirable.
Janitor will show. L. L. Dodge, 801 Globe
building. . .
VERY DESIRABLE FLAT, WITH EVERY
modern convenience; steam heat, good ser
vice, fine location. See janitor, 527.5t_ ay SE.
A~FINE~FIVE-ROOM FLAT, WITH BATH 7
Inquire at butcher shop, 508 E 24th st.
FLATS OF 3, 4 AND 6 ROOMS, PARTLY
modern; $6, $8 and $10. Converse, 600 6th
ay N. __ - i
ALL MODERN, FIRST-CLASS 6 AND 8
room flats in Agincourt, 925 Chicago ay; $30
and $35; beautiful flat ;in Yale, 1328 Vina
place, $37.50. Hermann, 410 Phoenix.
1520 NICOLLET, VERY FINE ALL MODERN
flat; air and light on all sides; reduced rent
for summer months. H. - Parsons, builder,
514 Guaranty building.
$11, FOUR LARGE ROOMS AND ATTIC;
city water, toilet, gas; can be seen Tuesday
morning. Apply 706 6ta st S. ___
2g FURNISHED FLATS
| "BEST FLATS," CORNER OF PARK AND
Franklin ays; furnished or unfurnished, a
desirable seven-room flat for summer months.
Inquire 2008 Park ay, first floor. ___
FOR RENT—A SIX-ROOM FURNISHED
flat, centrally located, cool in summer, from
June 1 to Sept. 1. O 982, Journal.
FOR RENT—FOR SUMMER, FURNISHED
flat of seven rooms, modern, centrally locat
ed, light, airy. Address Flat-3, 1013 3d ay S.
SIX ROOMS, MODERN, HARDWOOD
floors, steam heat, easy walking distance.
Nichols & Smith, 54 13th st S.
•••••••••••••••••••••«••••
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• ;': No. 11l S 4th st. •
• 209 E Grant st, flat A, six rooms, •
• all modern, steam heat, jam- •
• tor service, after May 1 $27.00 •
• •••••••♦•• • • • • ••-*-• •••••••
FINE. MODERN, SIX-ROOM FLAT, NICE-
Iy furnished, to responsible party without
children, to Oct. 1. Flat L No. 140 Laurel ay.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED FLAT
; for rent at Netley Corner, or furnished rooms.
Single room, $8. Flat 5, 124 E 13th st. -
FOR RENT— FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED
flat, 'opposite Loring park; strictly up to
date. Flat 10, 1674 Hennepin ay. Call any
■ time or see W. E. French, care - Security
bank. ■
NICELY FURNISHED FLAT, 7 ROOMS, IN
best part of city; till Oct. 15, at reduced rent
to right party. H 985, Journal.
FOR FIVE-ROOM MODERN FLAT,
first floor, on .the corner; June, July and Au
gust; rent very reasonable. Address, M Sao,
Journal. - -.. - .•.-.' : • _______-_—-
27 , OFFICES ..
FOR WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THH
Chamber of Commerce you can rant room 7,
McMillan'building," 3d ar S and 3d st. Room
is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, «ec«
ond ~ floor front. '■ ■ Just the • room for grain
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled fot
stocks and grain. - Western Union: cable in.
Price of $25 per month, and location cannot
be duplicated." O. M. Lara way & Sans, 101
Bank of. Commerce. \ ..■ ■■■■". Y-''
OFFICES; STEAM <HEATED; PRICES $«
to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet. Inquire
i room 12.
LARGE DESKROOM FOR RENT IN 615
Bank of Commerce. Swensen _ Lang—a.
ttK ZZi 832S&S£^^&^SS'3£5££^&S<
Zi KASOTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY -88
J. and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam Zi
*£ heated; first-class service. Walter L. 5*
li Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New Zi
*2 York Life building. ii__Ju~!_,_|2
WANTED—DESK ROOM IN GOOD BUILD-
Ing; state price. Address O 985, Journal.
<iv * STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR RENT. THORPS 8R05.,368 HENN. AY.
STH AY S AND 2DST, TWO-STORY AND
basement building, 30x66; call for list Wm.
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loan building.
RENT—MEAT MARKET, WITH FIXTURES,
1600 sth N, connected with, fine grocery;
fine location; used ten years as meat market;
$10 per - month. ,*/ Edwards » & Heritage, • 217
Kasota block. .'f*■'";.,■.'■".".'. - ■ ' ,
LARGE ROOM FOR LIGHT MANUFACTUR
ing or carpenter i shop; $10. 237 10th av-S.'.- ,
. Small place for repair or shoemaker; $5 pep
month. 233 lOthavS. .''"--' -. _
FOR RENT—STOREROOM, 243 • IST :AV 8.
Inquire at Hofllln'a.drug store. • '
1003 AND 1005 NICOLLET AY FOR , RENT. •
11. E. Ladd, 302 Andrus building, Nicollet and
6th.':-^-'--'---^7r..-.r,-.-,-^-;-.-,:-—.;- — ______
30"'"''-'' MISCELLANEOUS ":.;';;' >/ ; ;:
A ; LARGE, MODERN BARN ; FOR RENT?
at a reasonable rate.: 1605 Ist ay S. : --:>''.
ELITE HALL. 500 E 24TH ST; FINE AP
pointments and ventilation;: just the place (or
social. gatherings and '■■ club -■ parties. Apply;
Nickels ' _ ■'. Smith,:. 311 "i Nicollet' ar- room ■•«./.
•Phone, Main 104. '

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