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SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1901,
FOR RENT
Continued.
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WHOLESALE PROPERTY-RENT
WHOLESALE PROPERTY FOR
RENT.
30,000 feet floor space. 110-112 2d ay N.
14,000 feet floor space, 23-25 3d st X.
GEORGE ODLUM. MANAGER,
Phoenix Building.
31 HELP~WANTED^-MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d at 3.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed while you wait,
6oc. Starr Steam Cleaning House, 622 Hen.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, COc;
pauts«reout into style or bicycle pau;s, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1 An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
YOUNG MAN, THE ARCHIBALD COLLEGE,
Lake st and Stevens ay, has more calls lor
raale stenographers and bookkeepers than it
lias graduates. \
painters: paperiiaxgers: kalso
miner.: Whitewashers! Do you need any
brushes? Save money oy buying them from
us at your own prices. People's Paint Store,
610 Ist ay S.
WANTED—GOOD ICE CREAM MAKER, AT
once. Address X 975. Journal.
PREPARE FOR PAYING EMPLOYMENT BY
attending the Minnesota School of Business,
54 3d st S, diagonally opposite postofflce.
WANTED, PLASTERERS FOR CHEROKEE.
Iowa; good pay; six months' job. Apply to
George Slater, Cherokee.
solicitors for" minneso
ta, South and North Dakota, on salary and
commission; no experience necessary; steady
workers only. Write or call The Nortn
American Weekly, 189 W 7th st. Seven Cor
ners, St. Paul, .Minn.
WANTED-COMPETENT MAN WITH Ex
perience in handling butter, eggs and green
fruits. Address, stating salary, with refer
ences, to Fargo Mercantile Co., Fargo, X. D.
"WANTED— PAINTER; STEADY WORK
to a good man. C. J. Weston, 5S 12th_st S.
WANTED— GOOD~PANTS AND VEST
maker at once; price $2 and $2.25. Apply to
"William Hess, Wahpeton, X. D.
WANTED— FIRST-<'LASS~~PATTERN MAK
er. Electric Machinery Co. ,_lOl-103_lst_av X.
WANTED—TWCfMEN FOR SPECIAL RAlL
road .work; salary, transportation and ex
penses. Address X 981, Journal.
STRONG YOUXG MAN FOR GARDENING
and care of horse on small place near city
for the summer. References required. Ad
dress V 981, Journal.
DETECTIVES—WE WANT A SHREWD,
reliable man in every city and town to do
secret service work; $4 per day for actual
service. Reference required. Postage for re
ply. International Detective Agency, Mil
waukee, Wis. i
REGISTERED PHARMACIST WANTED—
Must be temperate; give reference. K. Si
yertson, Pierpont, S. i).
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHTS
ruan; good wages and position to the right
jixa.ii Apply to Joseph Schwarz, Architect,
Sioux Falls. S. P. .__
WANTED—MAN FOR CITY DELIVERY
wagon; one who had experience as pop
peddler preferred Call 130 Ist ay X. Liquid
Carbonic Acid Mfg. Co.
WANTED—TWO GOOD WOOD TURNERS
J. F. Wilcox. 1030 Marshall st XE.
•WANTED — EXPERIENCED SHIPPING
clerk for wholesale glass and paint house;
ethers need not apply. Address B 954, Jour
nal ; ■
TED— THREE CLASSES, VIZ.. IN
veutors, to read our 20 excellent offers; coun
ty agents, to sell our "Sure Catch" gopher
trap and make ?C>'J a week; traveling salesmen
to sell territorial rights or appoint agents at
great profit. State your class, and address
American Patent Market. St. Pau.l. Minn.
LABORERS WAXTED-AT 30TH AY SE, i
St Anthony elevator; apply on the work i
Mtr.day morning; steady work. The Barnett !
_ Record Co. j
STONEMASONS WANTHI>—AT MOTH AY SE, !
St. Anthony elevator; Union men apply ■on '
the work Monday morning. Tb>e Barnett &
Record Co. •
"WANTED—A GOOD SECOND HAND ON
cake. Ye Old Tyme Bakerie. 722 Nicollet ay.
"WANTED—MAX TCI MILK AND TAKE
care of horses. 70 11th st S, between 5 and 6.
and Cth.
ANTED— YOUNG MAX TO WORK OX A
place near Washburn Home. Inquire 709
Xieollet ay. .
WANTED—CARPENTERS. ALSO A CAR-
Denter foreman. Union men. C. J. Weston,
58 12th st S.
WANTED—COACHMAN. WELL ACQUAINT
€_ with the city; good driver and experienced
in. care of horses; references required. Ad
dress E 985. Journal.
WANTED—AT ONCE, RELIABLE MAX
for farm work, reply this evening if possible.
400 Union st SE.
WANTED— ONCE, BUTCHER; MUST BE
good, neat cutter, sausagemaker and slaugh
ter-house man; good wages; steady job. W.
H. Willard, Wahpeton, X.-P.
BRIGHT BOY WANTED IN FACTORY:
steady employment. Apply Monday, 9 a. in..
Heath-Quinby Co., 102 Hennepin ay.
WANTED-^FIVE"GOOD SALE3~SbLICITORS
for first-class pianos. Cable Co., Sth and Nic.
WANTED—GOOD solicitors for city
work handling our new lines of lace and
drapery curtains, rugs, clocks, etc.; sold ou
easy payment. Rig and samples furnished
free. C. F. Adams Co., 76 7th st S.
WANTED— MA TO WORK IN
shipping department; Scandinavian preferred.
Barnard Cope Mfg. Co., 4th st and 2d ay NE.
WANTED—Af~ONCE7~FI ST-CLA SS TlN
;ier and furnace man; must be a No. 1 me
chanic, i Steady work the year round. State
age, experience, refereneees and wages want
ed. Man preferred who has done some hot
water heating. E._C.._Dedriek, Langdou, X. D.
WANTED—IMMEDIATELY, FORTTH_i~SI_A
son, a first-class brick-kiln builder and
burner. Address B. P. Richardson, Grenfeil,
Assa, Canada.
WANTED—A FIRST-FLOOR SALESMAN,
with experience in pianos. Apply Cable Co.,
St st and Xicoll ay.
MACHINISTS WANTED :AT DIAMOND
Iron Works. . -
WANTED—MARBLE - CUTTER ~LET
tc-rer; also, marble polisSer, at once. Call
4S Central ay. J. M. Doniin. .
FIRST-CLASS MEN TO OPERATE IN MlN
nesota and Dakotas for Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association of "New York; liberal con
tracts to right men. A. R. McXichol, 417
Guaranty Loan, Minneapolis. Minn. . _
GRANITE ' MARKERS" AN D ".MONUMENTS
lettered to ' order, cheap. ' E.Xeisingh, 650
Polk si NE. .:. .-. ..-,- ?;;'.'. ,-" ■> _
PERSONS : EVERYWHERE -.: WHO CAN
■write meritorious sketches, articles or stories.
Good pay. .Literary •» Bureau, 30- Caxton
building. Chicago.:- V.. -■--:..: -■ _ ;
WANTED—MAX "FOR THIS SECTION BY
old house, solid financial standing; $36 cash
paid lor.two weeks' trial: 1 permanent if suc
cessful. Manager, 331 Caxton building, Chi
cago. '
wTanted^-oil SALESMAN TO SELL lu
bricating oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. Tie A. G. Har
baugh Co., Cleveland, Ohio . '..:."""-
MECHANICS, ENGINEERS, ELECTRIC
ians, firemen, etc., new 40-page pamphlet
containing questions asked by examining
board of engineers; sent free. George A. Zel
ler, ■ publish"?, St. Loui3, Mo.
"wAKTED—SIX GOOD CABINET-MAKERS.
St. Paul Furniture Co., Seven Corners, St.
Paul. Minn. ■_
WANTED— A . FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE
salesman; one that understands the second
hand business: good salary., to right man.
Town Market 'Furniture Co/,: 23 sth st S. •*'-■
WANTED—TEAMS AND .MEN TO SHOVEL:
•work at transfer . Leek & Prince, ■ 215 7th
st 3. : ■-*--' ■- --"■"-L.": >IJ:.^.'-1 J:.^.'-. J..- - ': c~ !?
WANTED—TWO OR : THREE RELIABLE
men of good address to write our $1 travel ac
cident insurance policies; over 2,000 policies
in force in this city; call Monday from 8 to
10 a. ni. The Standard Registry' Co., SSI An
arus building. .•':-■''••--' -v 1- '■'■■"-•"■ "---■■■
janitor^" for: small- flat building,
within' walking distance,- with four-room flat,
with heat and light for Janitor's use. Can
work- elsewhere. E 984. Journal. ' :.
WANTED—A COMPETENT." BOOKKEEPER
anl stenographer; must give good references.
Address P 984, ■' Journal. ■-■■-, - ■ j. .
WANTED— MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
grinding and tinting paints.;; must be strictly
temperate. Call at Northwestern Star Oil
Co., 6th ay SE and Main st. - , - ■
GOOD TINNER FOR STEADY COUNTRY
job. Inquire of Janney, Semple. Hill & Co. _
WANTED—UNEMPLOYED MAN, WITH
horse and buggy, to take orders from family
trade: $20 a week. Also young man, about
_.. as order clerk. G 984, Journal.
WANTED" AS MESSENGER IX CITY
hank. Address D 983, Journal. :
31 HELD WANTED-MALE
Continued.
WANTED—AT ONCE, TEN CARPENTERS,
at our factory. Come prepared to work.
Northwestern. Compo Board Co., 44th and
Lvndale ays Is*. -^
WANTED—GOOD CARPENTER FOREMAN
and five carpenters for Mmuetouka; good
wa*fs. Callat 1231 9th_st S.
WA XTED7"RELIABLE' PKOPUS EVE RY^
where to distribute small books and circu
lars: $2 per thousand paid for distribution;
no canvaslug. Xarder Advertising Co., 611
Broadway, New York.
CIGAR SALESMEN; GOOD PAY; EXPERI
ence unnecessary Emanue\ & Co., 208 E
106 th st, New York. __
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS, WHERE THEY
are, how obtained, salaries paid; examina
tions soon in every state; particulars free;
write for circular 143. Nat'l Cor. Institute,
VVashiugton, I>. ('.
eTrX A BETTEKTALARY~ANrT^bt:iTI()N
Study electricity, mechanical engineering,
mechanical drawing at noiue, by correspond
ence; thousands successful; Thomas A. Edi
son indorses institute; book, "Can 1 Become
an Electrical Engineer?" mailed free. Elec
trical Engineer Institute, New York.
SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON~~COPYING
books and other office specialties: easy sell
ers; liberal terms; exclusive territory; cata
logue five. Model Mfg. Co.. box L. South
Bend, Ind.
WOODWORKERS WAXTED—AT OXCE, AT
H L. Boomhower's boat shop. Lake Calhoun.
Call at Monk's dock or stand. •
WANTED—INDUSTRIOUS MEX AXD WOM~
en, in every town, to work for us at their
homes. No canvassing. We will send
work any distance We have several lines
of work to give out. some of which require
no experience. If you c£u't devote the whole
day to our work, you can earn $5 or $6 a
week by working an hour or two evenings.
Address Standard Mfg. Co., 142 West 23d st,
New York.
WAXTED—SALESMEN". BY LARGE MAXU
faeturer; extra inducements to the trade;
salesmen placing four to six orders weekly;
commission, $25 per order. Room 615, M.. Ib 4
La Salle st, Chicago.
YOUXG~MAvTkNOWLEDGE OF SHORT -
I hand and typewriting, such as is imparted
at the Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaran
' tv Loan building, affords the readiest means
| of earning a livelihood. _
j OUR SUBSCRIPTION" AGENTS, OX COM-
I mission, are averaging $15 a week plus board
I and expenses. We can use ten more like
| them all summer. References required. We
j cover Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, lowa,
: Xebraska. the Dakotas; 56,000 circulation
I now: want 100,000. Great premiums: easy
work. Some agents make nearly double above
nrofit. Experience not necessary. Honest
hustle all that is needed. Xorthwestern Ag
riculturist.^
i LEARX TO EARN MORE MONEY. WE
1 teach you, by mail, how to earn a $25 weekly
i position by writing advertisements; pros
pectus free. Page-Davis Co.. Chicago, 111.
WAXTED - TRUSTWORTHY MAX TO
i travel and collect; salary $65 monthly and
expenses; permanent position. Address
Smith, manager, 354 Dearborn st, Chicago.
SALESMEN' — RESPONSIBLE MAXUFAC
turer and wholesaler will employ two grocery
salesmen for this state: permanent territory;
I good salary to right men. X 98m. Journal.
WANTED—EVERYWHERE. HUSTLERS TO
tack signs and distribute circulars, samples,
etc. Xo canvassing: good pay. Sun Adver
tising Bureau, Chicago.
WAXT-D^TWCFOR~T~HREE SOLICITORS
for city. Call s o'clock .Monday. Steady
! job. 513 Hennepin.
j EXERGETIC SALESMAN—SCHOOL SUP
plles; country work; $100 salary and com
missions. R. O. Evans & Co., Chicago, HI.
WAXTED—PAIXTERS AXD PAPER-HAXG
ers. Harry_B___Cram_er Cck, 213 6th st S.
WANTED—TRAVELING MEX TO CARRY
side line. Little work: easy seller and lib
eral commission. Xo samples to carry. F
I 982. Journal. -
! WA.XTED—MAX TO MIX AXD LAY CE
| ment driveway in exchange for dental work.
, 21 Syndicate block. .
WANTKD-SIAN TO DO PAPER-HANGING
in exchange for dental work. 21 Syndicate
j block.
'active man by large maxufactur
i ing house to work at home; $36 in cash paid
! for twelve days' trial; promotion and perma
j nent position" if satisfactory. Address S. P.
Co.. 720 Ransteao st. Philadelphia, Pa.
ARE YOU WANTING A PERMANENT PO
sition? Are you willing to work for $18 per
| week? If so. address Royal House, entire
i third floor, Caxton building,_ Chicago. _
' WANTED—EXPERIENCED ADVERTISING
solicitors: three months' contract; excellent,
} bona fide propositions; state experience and
references; good salesman's side line. Ad
i dress P 985, Journal._
! WANTED—CARRIAGE PAINTER, STRIPER
1 and finisher. Also blacksmith's helper and
i trimmer. Hedderly & McCrackeu, 248 Ist
! ay X.
WAXTED—AT OXCE, #IX GOOD GRAXITE
' drillers, at Ortonville; long job. Address
! Baxter-Gluck Co , 2545 Aldrich ay S, Minne-
I apolis. Minn.
I WAXTED-A MAX WHO CAN" POLISH
I marble and cut bases. Call at 650 Polk st
. XE.
i WAXTED—PAINT SALESMAN' TO DRUM
' city One with experience preferred. Apply
Atlas Paint Mfg. Co.. 515 Ist ay S.
!32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
: YOUNG LADY, THE ARCHIBALD COL
lege, Lake st, has excellent facilities for ob
taming teachers' certificates and making up
grade work. \
PREPARE FOR PAYIXG EMPLOYMEXT BY
attending the Minnesota School of Business,
54 _d st S, diagonally opposite postofflce.
WAXTED-GIRL OR~ WOMAN' TO ASSIST
with work in modern five-room flat; two in
family; good wages__Mrs._WlMs, S 9th st X.
WANTED, COOK; BEST WAGES. C. S.*
; Brackett, 1816 Kenwood parkway.
|A COMPETENT" GIRL FOR GEXERAL
! housework to go six miles out of city for
j summer. Can come to town once a week.
Apply at 175S Heuuepiu ay.
WANTBD—ONE OR TWO GOOD GIRLS
for hotel at Lake Minnetonka. Apply Mrs. A.
Twombly, Deephaven, Minn.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED " DUCK COAT
, makers; new machines; good light; steady
! employment. Wyman, Xewman _ Weil, 102
j. 3d st S. .
i EXPERIEXCED NURSE, TO CARE FOR
! baby; permanent place for right one. Reply
at once, giving references and wages cx
i pected. Address V 982, Journal.
! LADY TO TRAVEL AXD COLLECT IX
1 Minnesota for reliable firm; salary $65 month-
I ly and all expenses; send references and
I self-addressed envelop for reply. Address
Manager Macßrady, 356 Dearborn, Chicago.
I LADIES AXD GIRLS WORK FOR US AT
|_ome; $6 to $10 weekly; ea;;y work; no
! canvassing; experience unnecessary; sen
i self-addressed envelop for particulars. Co
i Operative Home Work Co., 40 Dearborn, Chi
cago.
LADIES WAXTED TO WORK OX SOFA
pillows; materials furnished; steady work;
guaranteed; experience unnecessary; send
stamped envelop to Miss S. McGee, Xeedle
Work Department, Ideal Company, Chicago.
gTrl~foiT~gexeral housework, at
once. 1311 E 24th st.
DRESSMAKING—DOBBS BROS. WILL FUR
nish the French American Tailor System at
$1 each: the same as others sell at $15. Call
or address 506 Boston block.
WAXTED—GIRL FOR GEXERAL HOUSE
j work. Apply 2545_X icollet ay. after JSunday.
! APPRENTICE IN MH_JtNERT AT 1429 E
Franklin a\\
A GIRL FOR GEXERAL HOUSEWORK AT
2208 Portland ay; must be a good cook. Wages
$4. Housecleaning is done.
waTxted-competext girl for gex
! eral housework._Call_at 1930 2d ay S.
WANTED—DINNER AXD SUPPER WAl
tresses at Eureka Restaurant, 35 Washington
av_S.
WAXTED-GIRL FOR GEXERAL HOUSE
work. 2115 Fremont ay X.
Wanted, an experiexced saleslady
—A good place for the right party: bring ref
erences. Call 919 Xew York_Life_building.
WANTED.OOOD kITCHBN~QIRL FOR STU
dents" restaurant: room provided; pleasant
place; most afternoons off. Call this evening.
412 14th ay SE.
NURSE GIRL—REFINED YOUNG GIRL, TO
care for two children, aged 2 and 5 years.
MacDonough, 732 E 24th et.
BIG WAGES TO COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework, willing to go to modern
Minnetonka home. Apply 2212 Girard ay S.
HOME WORK-$6 TO $15 WEEKLY; XO
canvassing: we have several lines to give out,
some to copy letters: an hour or two even
ings will ad"d $• to $0 to your weekly in
| come- enclose stomp; work sent any distance.
1 Address Eagle Mfg. Co., 408 Spitzer bldg.,
Toledo. Ohio.
WAXTED-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: FLAT
of five rooms; no children: no washing; good
home and good wages.__l4ooXlcollet ay.
ANY~LADY"SENDING FIVE NAMES OF
good dressers, with 10c, will receive handsome
article for spring neckwear free. Adams Fur
( Co., Roxbury, Mass.
] YOUXG LADY^OUfFrA'TES OF TUITION'
t for shorthand and typewriting are as low
as is consistent with the instruction given.
The Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty
Loan building.
WANTED — DIXIXG-ROOM GIRL. SAM
son's, SPB 2d ay 3^
waxted^girl! to learn dress
making. Mrs. M Kelson. flat 4, 72$ Xicollet.
MRSTHE. C. DONALDSON'S IXTELLI
gence office has removed from 616 Ist ay S to
12 7th st S. Wanted, cooks, general house
girls and scibnd girls in and out of city.
32 HELP WANT ED-FEMALE
Continued. <
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
good home' and good wages. 2713 Fremont
ay S. - • " ---. " -
WANTED— EXPERIENCED SECOND
cook at the Quick Lunch. 610- Xicollet ay.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family; good wages; must be
good cook. 615 9th st 3* - .-• ;
GIRL FOR GENERAL .HOUSEWORK;
three la family; housecieaning done. 1620
Dupont ay N. "■ • - --■ .
A GOOD COOK WANTED AT ONCE AT 1710
3d ay S; German preferred. - •..•■•..
TWO GIRLS FOR OFFICE WORK; MUST
be good and rapid penmen. Address A 981,
Journal. ■ - • - ' •
WANTED—EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girls. National Hotel. .-.--.
WANTED—AT ONCE. A LAUNDRESS AT
the Sheltering Arms, corner of Emerson and
27th_avs N; all large flat■ pieces sent out. -
WANTED—OO~OD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
and general work. 42? 12th ay SE. '___'
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
must be good cock and able to do all the
work; small family; good wage, and steady
position for right one; call mornings. 61S E
loth st. » ■ ■ . ■ - • ..--'-:-.
GOOD. STRONG OFFICE BOY WANTED, I
at Hotel Cyrano, corner 4th ay S and 9th st.J.-
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL!
housework: small family; good wages. Call
at once, at 100 E 16th st.
WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework for family of three adults;
house cleaning done. Nice home. -106 Bry
ant ay S. t ■•■ '•-t--. ■
WANTED—GIRL FOR LABELING CANS,
in factory; $2.50 per week. Apply 517 3d ay
X. Monday morning, 9 o'clock.
first-class shirt waist IROXER;
hand washer for flannels, and experienced
shirt band ironer. Custom Laundry, 112 6th
st S. _______'
GIRL WANTED—GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
four in family. 2948 Fremont ay X. Take
Cedar and Emerson car, 30th ay X.
WANTED-TWO GIRLS, A SECOND GIRL
and laundry girL 2524 Stevens ay.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work._ 1428 Adams st XE.
"will PAY" some wages TO girl who
can sew, .'while learning dressmaking. Call
at room 13. 2003 tth ay S v
I GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND
i help care for children. 606% E 27th st.
33 JIORSES, CARRIAGES— SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES, j
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run-,
abouts; new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses.' Cash or time. 414 3d st S.
HORSES7~HOItSES~
Barrett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Mar
ket is heavily supplied' with farm horses,
team horses, delivery horses and high-bred
drivers and coach horses. Call and pick
your kind. Part time given if desired.
Barrett & Zimmerman", Midway, St. Paul,
Minn. - ' ■■■ .. . -
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR NICE FAM
ily horses, gentlemen's drivers or saddlers,
call at Buchanan's Livery. 148 E Lake st.
FROST & CO.'S SALE STABLES, HEAD
quarters for the sale of all classes of horses;
city-broke horses a specialty. 12 2d st N.
THOUSAND-POUND MARe7~CITY~BROKE",
speedy, good looker,.for sale; very reasona
ble. Apply to owner evenings after 6. 3812
loth ay S. '
FOR SALE-FOUR MARES, VERY CHEAP;
one 7 years old, 1,450 pounds; one 9 years old,
1,100 pounds; one 5 years old, 800; one 10
years old, 850; prices $18 to $55; these mare 3
all work double and single, ride or drive, safe
for any one; one single harness, two double;
road cart; milk cart; saddle and wide-tired
wagon; cheap; call between 8 and 1 o'clock
Sunday, or after 6 during week. Peterson,
2407 Washington st NE. • • .
$45 TAKES GOOD ROAD TEAM, WEIGHT
1.850 pounds, 9 and 10 years old, city broke.
Call 503 4th r.T S.
FOR TWO-SEATED BUGGY AT 2810
Harriet ay.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT
of fine horses from Belgrade, consisting of
workers and drivers, at No. 20 2d st N; will
arrive Sunday morning.
j $50 TAKES FINE TWO-SEAT, FINE STYLE,
: Columbus Buggy Co. make; call at once. 1825
Girard ay S. i ■-..'%■■
FOR SALE—A PAIR OF BAY GELDINGS 6
and 7 years old, stand 16 hands high, well
bred and well broken; weight about 1100.
Inquire of L. Laramee. 43 4th st S. T. P.
Xiles, Glencoe. Minn.
| FOR 1,100-LB MARE, TWO-SEATED
surrey and harness; safe for lady. 107 E
27th_st : \_
i FOR SALE— ONE YEAR-OLD COLT, 1,250;
; well broke; three farm or delivery horses;
', one cheap work horse and one fine driver. 214
Tth St S. ... - ■::.- ■ ■ .
j FOR SALE— SECOND-HAND PHAE
; ton carriage and single harness, cheap. 2425
! Harriet ay. " -
FOR SALE, 900- DRIVING MARE, SOUND
and gentle; full leather top buggy and har
ness; all for $100; or will seil separate. Call
' after 6 p. m., 2921 Park ay. -_
| FOR SALE^CHEAP, A LIGHT two-seat
! trap, in nearly new condition; ' cost $175,
i price $60. Truax, 6 E Grant st. ■ .
FOR SALE—FIXE COMBINATION PONY;'
weight ,ibout 750 pounds; can be seen at barn,
back of 70 llth_st S. ___
FOR SALE— HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD;
I sound, city broke; $35; single harness, at 2107
Lyndale ay N. ■
FOR SALE—A GOOD FULL LEATHER TOP
phaeton; also a Mason & Hamlin organ;
both in first-class condition; cheap. 3044
< Park ay. ' '
I FOR SALE—HORSE,- ABOUT 1,350 LBS; OR \
j will trade for driver. 3220 Lyndale ay S. __
$35 TAKES ONE OF THE FINEST~9OO-LB
I mares in the city; nice for lady to drive; good ,
: traveler. 2623 Polk st NE.___ _
FOR SALE—GOOD DELIVERY- TEAM OR
drivers; will go double or single; weight 2,300;
age 7. Call 1810 10th ay S, after 5 p. m.
FINE DRIVER, DARK BAY, WEIGHT 1,100,"
with single top buggy and harness. Call Sun
day, from 10 to 3, 210 W Lake st.
j FOR SALE—TWO EXPRESS HORSES, $35
each; two light spring wagons, $20 each; all
! fit for business. Call 1413 6th st S. ,
■ FINE PLATE GLASS TOP WAGON. FIRST
! class condition, cheap. A. M. ■ Walker, 1901
Nlcollet ay. - ■ ■ -' ■ ■-• ■■ ■
■ HAVING SOLD MY HORSES, WILL SELL
! my two two-Beat carriages, piano-box buggy
and double and single harnesses cheap. 1728
3d ay S. , --
FOR SALE—TWO-SEATED, LIGHT WAG
on, $12. 2410 9th ay S. , ■
FOR SALE—I WILL SELL MY DRIVING
horse. Babe, to one .who will take good care
of him. Also, Concord buggy and harness.
Call Sunday or evening after 6. 2808 Stev
ens ay.
YOUNG HORSE, 3 YEARS OLD, FOR SALE.
1901 4th ay S. ■ '
HORSE PASTURE— PLENTY OF GRASS,
water and shade; 50 cents per week. J. D.
Chase, Glenwood Park, city limits. Western
a_v. / .' . .
FOR SALE— TEAM. WEIGHT 3,000;
wagon, harness and dump boards; ready for
work; cheap. 2319 Jacks st XE.
FOR SALE—MARE. 7 YEARS: BUGGY AND j
barn outfit; safe for lady; $175. Call at 210
6th st SE^forejoo^or evening, after 6. -
| TWb^SEATED~SURR~EY7~CANOPY~TOP, IX '
good repair; price $30. Call at J. C. Him
melsbach's. 115 Ist st N. . ' "
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
I WANTED—GOOD DELIVERY EXPRESS
! wagon; must be in good condition ; what have
! you to offer for cash? F 983, Journal. ■"'■• ' '
WAXf ED—A GOOD~ SOUND, ~ GENTLE
driving horse, 1,160 to 1,200 pounds: also can
opy-top two-seat surrey; will pay cash. Ad
dress, stating • price and particulars, P. O.
Box 582. Anoka. Minn. ■ -'- '.-■■..■
WANTED—SMALL HORSE OR PONY,
cheap ; for cash, or in exchange for paper
hanging. 2536 Polk st NE. - /
WANTED — GOOD ~ BUSINESS HORSE,
| about 1.100. Must be city broke. Also, light
i delivery wagon. 123 Western ay. Telephone
Main 3599. .
35 INSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTION IX SPANISH BY A COMPE
tent, successful native teacher; terms reason
able; special rates during summer months;
practical knowledge acquired by the natural
method. For particulars : address . V 975),
Journal. '■- ■ :■■
LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOAN 3 MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixture., etc., goods to remain in ■ your un
disturbed possession. -.-.■ "
- PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos; etc., without removal; easy payment.,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor, Ist ay S and 4th at
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half th 3 usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co 825 Guaranty Loan. ' V-'.:
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. ' Harris & Goldstein. 233 Ist ay 8.
QUICK LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates.
American Credit Co.. 523-626 Guaranty Loan
building. - ,'• '. - ' /'-'.' ' • 'V- - "
LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE, PIANOS,
- etc., cheaply, quickly: Also - small, short
time real estate ' loans. w«-h«rt Williams,
i 916 Guaranty. buUd.U^, ■ ■ • • v „
1 -■"*■.■#■■ ; - ' '-• j "" ■ ■ . '.'■,'". '^ -'■■'"" '
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL.
3g_^LO^LN^AjJD^HATTJELS_
i.:_ Continued. .
KICK LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. EOS Globe bldg.
LTfe INSURANCE POLICIES. BOUGHT
for cash or loaned on. T. J. Williaon, 917
New York-Life building. ,
37 LOST AND FOUND"
LOST—WEDNESDAY, POCKETBOOK, CON
taining $55. Finder will please return to J.
A. Pederson, • Augsburg Seminary, and re
ceive reward. ' ■_' -■'■-• - ■ ■■■■>"'■
FOUND—BICYCLE; OWNER CAN HAVE
same by proving property and paying for ad.
Call after 6:30 p. m. Fred Torrey, 1429 6th
st N". '. ' ■' ' ' ■• ■. ■■■■:--■-■•'■
BETWEEN 7TH AND WASHINGTON
on loth ay S, a gold knob for a lady's um
brella; finder please return same, to Jaeger's
millinery, 121.> Washington ay S. for reward.
LOST—SMALL HAND SATCHEL. CON
talning pocketbook. with sum of money. Re
turn to fifth precinct police station.
FOUND—A LADY'S WATCH, IN VICINITY
of Stevens ay and 19th st. Owner call at
722 New York Life building.
LOST—GOLD PIN. SET WITH PEARLS.
Johnson's hall. May 3. Reward. 2212 Colfax
ay S.
■LOST— THE PERSON WHO TOOK
black derby hat, with initials L. 8., in ex
change for his, at C. H. *S. athletic hop,
please communicate with R. L. Burke, Berke
ley Hotel? ■ __ "'
LOST— FOX TERRIER ENTIRELY WHITE
except brown face-and ears; name Fox: Re
turn for reward. 1344 Ist ay S. ■■
LOST— FRIDAY, APRIL 26. GRAY. HORSE.
Finder notify or return to 3307 Bryant ay S.
Reward paid and no questions asked.
59 MEDICAL"
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage,' cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES— REWARD FOR A CASE OF
Suppression old Dr. Jackson's monthly regu
lator falls to relieve in 24 hours; positively
guaranteed; no ergot or pills; many saved
from suicide; ideal safe home .treatment. Mail
$3, Dr. Jackson. R. C. 812. 167 Dearborn st,
Chicago. 111. m
~* CANCEU CURED
Without the knife or loss of blood. Forty
years' experience: satisfaction guaranteed.
Writs for book of testimonials or call on Dr.
Wheeler, Globe building. Minneapolis.
$100 REWARD FOR ANY CASE OF LOST
manhood or weakness in men that I'cannot
cure. Call or write. Prof. T. E. Quinn, 622
West Superior st, Dulutn, Minn.
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPE
ciallat, cures every case; write lor pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
VIRTUAMA, 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. Kidd Dxug Co., Elgin, 111.:
Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. House, Mpls. F.
M Parker, opp. P. 0., St., Paul. Fred Scott,
Stillwater. Full line syringes, water bags.
CANCER CURED AT HOME BY INTERNAL,
treatment; no knife, plaster or pain. Book
and testimonials mailed free. Cancer In
stltute. 121 W 42d st. New York.
MRS. DR. F. G. McKAY, OSTEOPATHY,
electric, magnetic treatments; 620% Nlcollet,
room 19; will remove to new location about
May 1. .
4Q RUG MFG.CARPET CLEANING
FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS.
We pay the in freight to out-of-town orders;
carpet cleaning, making over, laying; best
work, lowest rates.' NATIONAL CARPET
AND RUG CLEANING CO., George D. Walk
er, prop., Nlcollet island. Both phones.
Our ruga, from old carpets, are second to none
but orientals; quality of work brings more.
Economy Rug Co., JOo 6th st S. Tel. 3217 L-l.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
RENT OR SALE—Two cottages, Big island;
2, Birch Bluff. Campbell, PlUsburypullding.
to~"rent— lalige number lake cot
tages at prices ranging from $50 to $500, for
rent by Jaeger — Torelie, 310 Bk. Commerce.
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
tate business, but make a specialty of Lake i
Minhetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger 1
_ Torelie, 310 Bank of Commerce.
WE HAVE FINE LAKE SHORE LOTS ON
Mlnnetonka, all on time if improved, at cash
prices: . Swensen & Langum, 515 Banff of
Commerce.. -.■■.■
THREE FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR
rent on north shore. Lake Minnetonka; newly
painted; near station. Chadbourn — Braden,
21 4th st S. ''» :■■ ■'" -■'■■■■• • ■'■
FOR RENT—THE BURNHAM COTTAGE, AT
Mlnnetonka Beach. Telephone, Main 46. -
FOR RENT— FRONT ROOMS IN LARGE
cottage, furnished; private veranda, overlook
ing main lake, near Cottagewood Hotel. In
quire 515 Bank of Commerce. "'
FOR RENT—IO-ROOM FURNISHED, PLAS
tered cottage, at Breezy Point. Inquire on
premises or" Fred W. Barton, . 305 Temple
Court. .:■.•■. ■
BRENTWOOD COTTAGES, FIVE ROOMS;
fine view of lake; big trees, screened porches,
good well; two blocks of railroad station;
newly painted; $50 for season. Bank. of Ex
celsior, Excelsior, _Alinn __________
SAILOR WANTS POSITION ON LAKE
Minnetonka. Call or write to Petersen, 109
W_29th_st. . '•■'-.
FOR SALE—6O ACRES ON EAST END BIG
Island, opposite Cottagewood and Orono;
most beautiful location on Lake Minnetonka.
Samuel Morse. .
FOR rent — furnished cottage AT
lake for one month, May 10 to June 10; rent
very reasonable. T £83, Journal.
FOR~~RENT—MY COTTAGE AT MlNNE
tonka Beach; completely furnished; eight
rooms; laundry, stable, boat, 120 feet shore
frontage. E. K. Falrchild, 40 Loan and Trust
building. -
ORONO— TAKES SIX-ROOM COT
tage; large lot; fine grounds and shore;
near depot.
Orono—The Swensen cottage, cheap. . ■r:.\ ! ”
Spring Cottage and five acres.
MarkvllleTen acres; a bargain; lake shore.
Wayzata —Ten acres; a snap. -.. .v'
Wayzata Bay— lots in Arlington; lake
. front. • . ..,.-:.
Stubs Sixteen acres, or exchange city
property.
Long —Ten acres, half in fruit.
A few more cottages, to rent.
SWENSEN & LANGUM,
• ■ 514 and 515 Bank of Commerce.
FOR RENT—SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, jAT
Solsberg Point, on main lake. Apply jo 109
Highland ay. - ■ - ■•;-
FOR RENT—THE TOWNSEND, TEN-ROOM,
furnished qottage^Mlnnetonka Beach; Arc-ola
station; barn, windmill, furnace,, laundry,
bathroom. Inquire at cottage or H. A. Gray,
108 Hennepin ay. ' ".'" ' '"'"•'■
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO. •
• . No. 11l 4th st S. •
• . Kalorama cottage, at Excelsior, 12 ■- ; •
• rooms, for season .........$175 •
•••••••••••••••••••••••A**
FOR RENT—FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH
separate kitchen and dining-room, at Fager
nes Point, Spring Park. 2019 7th st_ S. '
TEN-ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE, BARM,
boathouse, cellar, cistern, well, 200 feet shore
and cool, with large screened porch low rent.
Address 908 7th st S. Phone, main 2333 L.
;..-: JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.;...- -
1550—15 acres on Excelsior road, near Deep
- haven. Must be sold. Nothing cheaper.
$650- lot, Minnetonka Beach. - - **►
$oUo—Good cottage and lot; Fagernes, West
.. ' Arm. : ■.- •"..- "- f i ■ • ■'' ■:
$400— lots. Lake Park, east front, lake
shore. The best bargain there.
JAEGER & TOKELLE, ,
' . 310 Bank' of Commerce. .
FAIRVIEW—TWO FURNI3HED~CbTTAGES;
six and nine rooms, screened and shaded;
good location. Apply Dr. H. Walte, 1219
Hawthorne - ay, Minneapolis. ' • '
42 NOTICE
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, will move May 1 to 17 Nicollet House blk.
NOTICE—COMMENCING MONDAY, PRICES
reduced on pictures, ovals and framing pic
lures; new goods, quick sales. Zesbaugh, 11
sth st S. •-■■-,-: • -■ ■ -
44 PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD. SPECIALIST Dis
eases of; women and children. 17 9th st S.
Take Hennepin ay car. . . .
' FEMALE DISEASES CURED. ■-:.'.
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. Irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis. '
EXAMINATION FREE. . :
REFRIGERATORS < AND ICE BOXES RE
paired and rellned. ■ Tin and sheet iron work
of all kinds. Stoves stored. Great Western
Stove Repair Co., 3— Hennepin aT. Tel. 161.
T. .H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN . ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities .cor
rected ;"■ private ■ home for women before ' and
during cou/'nement; book, 15c, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S. third floor.
OHIO PICTURE FRAME MFG. CO.. "
" • - 113 Washington Aye N, .
Frame ah kinds of pictures 50 per cent cheap
er than any other far—, in the city. Big stock.
MINNEAPOLIS HEALTH PARLORS.
528 Nicollet ay, third. floor, corner 6th st. "
A new method of Electric and ;.
Magnetic treatment.. .
'■ All nervous diseases cured. ■ ■.. • •-• •
LADY - OF. PLEASANT PERSONALITY,
large ! means,■; refined and t: generous, -. with
sweet - disposition; -■ seeks . devoted '"' husband.
'Florence/ 1337 Sheffield ay, Chicago, ■ 111. ,•.:
' ' '
44 PERSONAL
; Continued.
HAIR LOSERS AND BALD,HEADS.'
Would you expect benefit ■• from ; a bald
headed "hair doctor"? Call -audio*-what
has - been - produced en a bald bead. Dr.
Oliver 1C Chance, Dept. \V.. 680 Syndicate
Arcade. ' ' ' ,-.-,;
DR. FRIEDLANDER WI_L REMAIN IN
his present offices, 305 Nlcollet ay, which he
has leased for a term of years.
DOES It pay to advertise? Send address and
4c stamps for mailing charges, to Hoffiln'a
Drug Store/Minneapolis,. Minn., and by re
turn mall - you get an embossed. aluminum
comb In leatherette case that retails at 25c.
LADIES* j chichester's English pen
iiyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladles" in letter by return mall; at
druggists. Chlche3ter Cnem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, . LAUDANUM, CO
caine habit; myself cured; will inform you
of. harmless, permanent- home cure. Mrs.
Baldwin, box 1212, Chicago.
DR. WYATT, LOCATED 16 YEARS AT 23i>
Hennepln ay, has had 30' 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... - ■ -
GIRL ' WANTED A NICE COMPLEXION.
She got it using Satin-Skin Cream and Pow
der; 25c. Glass Block, Olson Voegeli's.
CORRESPOND FOR AMUSEMENT OR MAT
rimony.' Sealed particulars, 2c. Champion,
Council_ Bluffs. lowa.
WE WILL , LOAN YOIT~A~~BELT\ IP
cured, pay what you wish; if not cured, pay
nothing. Peterson Electric Belt Co., 245 Ist
ay S. Minneapolis. ___
LADIES — GUARANTEED regulator
remedy; never failed; harmless; only reliable.
Money refunded if not satisfactory. Write to
Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
P. H. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES 9.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors, main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis.
Minn.; branch. office, room 52, McGill build
ing, Washington. D. C. ___
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
47 IMPROVED
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS
sues a new catalogue of houses for sale every
two weeks. Send or call.
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET.
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one. !
REAL . ESTATE AND . MORTGAGES—
Whether ' you wish to buy or sell, call on Fi
nance Co. of Minnesota. 620 Temple Court.
HOUSES, $1,500 TO $50,000; MINNETONKA
property; acres, rents, loans, insurance; care
of property. Lewi3 W. Campbell, Dayton bldg.
HOUSES BUILT ON PAYMENTS; MONEY"
loaned; no commission. Real estate bought
and sold. Sawyer _ Betcher. 507 Phoenix. .
~ ~~OWNER—GOING EAST.
Offers his ■• ten-room home for ... sale at a
bargain. House is beautifully frescoed and
finished in hardwood throughout; combina
tion heat; open plumbing, in fact a perfectly
complete modern home. Call 2621 Bryant
ay S. ' ; [ "
I HAVE two FLAT PROPERTIES yield
ing about 8 per cent net that I can sell on
advantageous terms, one at $42,500 and one at
$65,000. W. W. Clark, 313 Nlcollet.
WE BUY and sell city ana iarm property.
Mort. Loans. C. A. Quist & Co., 109 4th at 3.
' SiS£SSB2 BiBBSiSSBSS«B*S3f ?S?*s~-iSS!~SiBS 88SSSSS28S
gg FOR SALE—Two nice lots, Girard ay Si
Zi 43d ay N, each $150. Zi
Zi 7-room house an# barn, fine large lot, Zi
_$':: No. 1413 6th st N; $2,500. Zi
Zi 15 acres garden 7 land, about one mile 5.
Zi from Camden, $2,500. Si
5* 160 acres land, near Blunt. S. D., $960. Si
3* 50x90 feet, factory building, Nlcollet Zi
*X and 29th st, for rent or exchange. Zi
£ Inquire W. J. Dean, 300 Wash, ay N. Zi
A GOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN
except furnace, in Southeast Minneapolis,
only $2,200; monthly payments. Room 5, 313
Nicollet.
?.% »«„ s«&ißass^B^««s£*&3««* set sat
92 • : . 82
Zi SPECULATIVE OPPORTUNITY Zi
# IN CHEAP LANDS. &i
Zi Forty-three quarter sections, well lo— Zi
Zi cated in Hand county, South Dakota. Zi
Si at $28,000 cash, to close out eastern Zi
Zi holdings. - , $•
$i " Will double in two years. Grandest Zi
Zi chance for land investment on earth. Zi
14 Address , ; -•';•. ."»
6 E. B. VANDEWALKER. 8*
XV Western agent for present owners, .-Zi'
Zi „- . Miller, S. D. Zi
sas ss*s 888aaaaaas«8aga»^g*^ us* sm
$3,250, MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE, AT 206
W 27th st; furnace, gas, city water, sewer,
stone walk, fine shade trees, barn; excellent
condition. Apply H. B. Chamberlain, 47
Minnesota Loan and Trust building.
A HOME PLACE—SHADE TREES, BOULE- j
yard city water, seven rooms, corner lot,
two blocks from 20th and Hennepin car,
$1,200. Buildings alone would cost $1,500.
355 Temple Court. ' .
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS GALL ON
the Title Insurance and Trust Co.
FOR SALE — MODERN, EIGHT-ROOM
houser hardwood finish, sideboard, -china
closet and grate; combination heat; near
Douglass school. Owner. 2104 Fremont ay S.
FOR SALE— a complete home; eight
rooms, all modern; everything complete; be
tween. Chestnut and Linden ays; easy terms.
This is a bargain. C 984, Journal. ;
FOR SALE—S2,SOO—A COMPLETE LITTLE
house, seven rooms; hardwood floors; modern
plumbing and gas; large lot; Stevens ay,
near 27th st; nice neighborhood; easy terms.
D 954, Journal. . ___
2825 GRAND AY IS THE BIGGEST BAR
gain in the city; will sell at sacrifice; nine
rooms, modern except heat; hot and cold
water cannections; open plumbing, full base
ment, stone walks, shade trees, well, cistern,
mantel, graite; everything; been asking $2,250;
make offer; owner on premises. .'•■■■■
<$*$> <S*sxs>3xeKjx§xS> <«xjxj> *>99fr$> *•$>
<*„ FOR SALE. . -. V. <8>
<$> Very cheap and on easy terms. <£>
A eight-room house. 2009 James ay N; •♦•
<£> city water; make offer at once. Frank <•>
■ ♦•. S. Lewis, 432 Bank of Minneapolis <*>
<$> building. • : <9
A BARGAIN— AND- LOT BELOKG
ing to estate must be sold. 2117 sth ay S.
Inquire Harrison E. Fryberger, 633 Lumber
x change. '
FOUR-ROOM SUMMER COTTAGE, AT
Linden Hills, three blocks from Harriet and
Calhoun;'cheap ground rent. A. M. Walker,
1901 Nlcollet ay. ■■-.-
--2124 LYNDALE AY S—(SUNNYSIDE GRO
cery) building and: double corner lot; room
to build meat market and drug store; ele
gant, business corner; price right. Address
owner. 643 Andrus building.
FOR SALE— HOUSE OF NINE .ROOMS; LOT
55x165 feet. Also house of five rooms;, lot
55x165 feet. Inquire at 829 16th ay S.
$2*IOO—TAKES NINE-ROOM HOUSE, ON
6th st S. near 16th ay; easy terms.
$3 600 takes modern, ten-room house, on 7th
st. near 7th ay S; easily handled.
100 takes five-room. house, on 6th st S,
near loth ay; easy terms.
$4 500 takes modern, ten-room house, on Col
«.ow i* fax & _ near 24th st. Will trade for
-, - good clear lots. -'• ' ■:.,;■'.:>/;
SWENSEN & LANGUM, .
' --: "" 514 and 515 Bank of Commerce.
A ' 300 and 302 Nicollet ay. .' -, - ; 8
X $5,000 —66x105, corner Vine place and " £
q 14th' st suitable for flats or fine resi- <>
X dence. ' Call and look this up. '. • O
A $4,000—0n ■ Knox ay N near 12th ay. > O
Q Elegant 10-room • house, -everything ■ O
O modern. - Good . barn. Lot .63x128; to Q
O alley stone walks: sewer, paving, Q
q curb and gutter, all In street and Q
8 paid for. - ■■'•■' ' V
5 ...-■ $6,500— .El wood 1 and - 10th ay N,. Q
O beaUtiful corner, , facing east, 11-room . Q
O house, everything modern. Elegant o
8 finish inside. Outside, first story, brick. &
5; All 1 improvements Mn- street and paid t>
X'• $3,500— Elwood ay, one block from §
O 6th ay N, eight-room dwelling, every- Q
O thing modern. Lot 79 feet front. All O
q improvements in street and paid for. ■£>
q —Lot on 30th ay S. between 29th Q
O st and Lake St. If this is not cheap -g
8 ' enough, come in and make us an offer. Q
Q $I,ooo—For 10 lots in Menage's Fifth O
0 addition. These are owned by an out- Q
§ side party, who Is '^UJ_LJ_l_!_l_~_^_JS
HOUSE SIX ROOMS, ■ THREE CLOSETS,
cellar, well, woodshed, full lot, garden, east
front ' near street cars,, school, lakes, etc.:
price $600, part tlmo. Keniston, .Robblnsdale.
Mlun. ■--■ ■■-■ ■■■•■■■■. ■
S«. ' $10,000, BARGAIN. ■• <$
4> $10,000 BARGAIN. <$>
<§> - •••>•. • *v
<$> 100x150, central location; present im- . <S>
<%> provemehu rent , for ?€5 per month; <«>
<*> . pays . 6 per, cent, net.. • .. <£>
%, • ". ' H. E. LADD, . ' <J>
4> 302 Andrus bldg, Nicollet and sth. <$■
<4> '$•
4^_^<|^^_____________________________
$I,2SO—HOUSE, SEVEN ROOMS, ALL MOD
ern but heat, on 26th 'ay N, near the : park,
fine location, big bargain; terms easy. Les
ter, Century building. V ' >, • '
LADIES— AND SEE ; THE ;■; NEW
straight front waists made to suit your figure;
special I inducements to ? agents. Hill Syndi
cate ; Arcade-.;-. -: > v '
WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10
Continued. . . ; '
$I,OSO—GOOD SIX-ROOM 7, HOUSE, FULL
lot, on Emerson ay N, near 3-d ay, in good
repair; terms easy. Lester, Century building.
$I,OSO—HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS,. CITY WA^
ter up and down stairs, on 26th ay N. near
tbe park, rents for $14; big snap. Lester,
Century building. . • - ' •.•••.■:
$850—HOUSE, SIX ROOMS, ON PLLLSBURY
ay Inside railroad. In good repair, very cheap;
good home for small family. Lester, Century.
building. - . : .. • .;•..■ :■■ ■ ■ ■-• >
MODERN HOUSE, ONLY $2,500; WILL SELL
11-room house, hardwood finish, open plumb
ing, porcelain bath tub, etc., with good ' lot,
for only $2,500. Address N 985,' Journal.
FOR 8-ROOM HOUSE, IN ELEGANT
condition; screens and storm windows com
plete; $1,700. 2507 Glrard ay N. Call Sunday
or any day. •' ■ : . . .*- . . ' '.-:■ * ' .
••••••••••••••••••••••••••
• $13,200—A BARGAIN IN „STH ST •
• property; lot 66x165, with two- •
• story frame dwelling. Opposite •>
• ' sth -st - entrance to . courthouse. •
• '.' Look this up. ■ : . •
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., •
• .. :_ i"- . " No. 11l 4th st S. ....«..:..•,
•••••••••••••••♦••••••••a*
<*>*■ •s*s«&&s'<&<&<s■ $^$ ■&&s"s><s <•*«>
<$>..- , . ,-- *. -, ■..-. :■—<?>
<$> HOUSE AND GARDEN. LOT. ■'?
<r ' —At this price we have a snap in . <j>
<$ one acre of fine garden-land, a new .<s>
<§> house of five or six rooms; a cow, lot <s>
4> of chickens, garden tools and imple- ■<§>
<«•> ments, located only one-half- block <$•
<¥> ■ from • street . cars. - ■ House • cost more <,«£>
<$>' than price asked. The acre of ground, <j>
<i> cow, chickens and tools are thrown In. .'<^>
<$> Here is a chance to make some money. : .».
<$> Owner going away and sacrifices | to, -•>
<♦> effect an immediate sale. •$*
<» THOMPSON BROS., ■$>
<|>:' 101 Fourth St S. . . •£>
<$> $
<^ $3,975 —Fully, modern nineroom house; .<§>
<§► hardwood finish and hardwood <*>
<|> floors; bath, mantel, hot air heat, <§>
<$> laundry, good barn, stone walks; <§>
<§> on Coif ax ay, near 25th st; can <y
<!> sell for $400 to $500 cash and <«>
<$> monthly payments if desired; <$>
<§> ■ house newly decorated and in <$>
<§> ■ fine repair. • .-<S>
<$> $3,500— new fully modern eight- <$>
<£ .. room house on Lyndale, near 22d <«>
<§> sf; '$1,000 cash, balance on or be- • <*>
<§> fore three years, 6 per cent. <$>
<§> $3,loo—Fully modern 10-room house, • <«>
<!> : with all conveniences, near Pills- <$>
<$> '■ bury and 33d sit. ." ' .'. <$>
•$> $2,000— Lyndale ay N, near 26th ay, : <•>
<§> fronting the park, a good seven <&
4» or eight-room house, with city' •$>
<►> . . water and sewer; possibly this <?>
4> price could be shaded. . . . •' <j>
A $095—Seven-room bouse,- cellar, well <$>
<& and cistern, on 14th ay, near 25th <§>
st. . .<«>
<§> $975— On Girard ay N, near 6th ay, a <$>
<§> I fine 7-room house, cellar, well '<§>
<$> . and cistern. This is a very de- <§>
<|> sirable property and only short <$*
<> distance from center. ' . • ■.-.<s>
<$> Inside 20th ay N, we have good .<?>
<|> eight-room house and barn, with <$
<£> corner lot, that we can sell for ,<*•
<& only $775, though the house could ■$>
<$> not be built for less than $1,500. •<s>
<$> Easy terms. This is the biggest <$>
& bargain on North Side. . 3>
<§> $1,075—0n Irving ay S, near Summit •♦•
<*> ay, a handsome east front lot, 50x <§>
<z> " 135 feet, with sewer, water, gas <•»
4. and atone sidewalk laid in street. <$>
4> ' This is a snap. " <t>
<«» $975— On Fremont ay N and 16th ay. a ■<£»
corner lot, 49x157 feet, with <$>
<g> * sewer, ' water, stone walks, gas <$>
<$> ' and handsome trees. The finest <$>
<^> lot on the avenue. " <§>
<§■ $975— One acre good garden land a new <«>
<*> large • five or six-room house, a <$>
<$> cow, lot of chickens, garden <§>
■ . tools, etc.; only half block from <•>
<«> car line; big snap. ;,, <?>
J> THOMPSON BROS., €>
<j> 101 Fourth St S. .. <§>
MODERN HOUSE. SUNNYSIDE DISTRICT,
eight rooms, cost $8,000: will sell for $3,000;
large lot, east facing. Address G 985, Jour
nal. _^___ ■ • • ■ ■' - - ■- • ■
WALRATH • REALTY COMPANY, 609
PHOENIX. BUILDING.
Unquestionably the greatest bargains ever
offered in Minneapolis. 1
. $4,soo—Blaisdell, strictly modern house,
cost $7,200.
Sunnyside, eight rooms, strictly
modern, $3,750.- ... -• ?j
--$3,50 —Sunnyside, „ eight rooms, strictly
modern, $3,500. — -. • • -- ■ - - -
$3,2oo—Near 31st, Portland, modern, great
value, $3,250. •
$1,390— 25th, Ist ay, good comfortable
home. ■
$3,o7s—Near 24th, Girard, east front, mod
ern.
$1,150 —Large east front near Hennepin,24th.
Humboldt, 25th, large east front, aw
ful cheap. ' ■•..;:_
$1,400— Lowry Hill, perfect, extremely good
value.
Purchases choicest Lowry i Hill,
worth $4,000. • ■ . ' V^;.
Clifton, elegant Clifton, greatest bargain
in Minneapolis. J - . - • ;
Blaisdell, 66 feet, beautiful east
front, snap. - . . ■■.'■
$I,6oo— Blaisdell, perfect, near Semple man
sion. ,
$775—Chicago, 25th, greatest bargain offered.
$370— Oakland, east front, perfect, extra
good.
$625—Elliott, near 22d, lie fine, unmatchable.
. $525—Elliott, 25th, east front, worth $650.
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce. „-•••
$I,Boo— Seven rooms, 13th ay S and 22d st;
excellent condition. Small cash pay
ment. Easy terms.
$I,Boo—Best bargain on Bloomington ay, near
Franklin; 60 feet front.
Clinton ay and 25th st. -^ -
,000—Valuable corner, 20th ay N. . .
■ JAEGER & TORELLE, ....
■ .310 Bank of Commerce.*
ELEVEN-ROOM MODERN REBIDENCE, ON
Colfax ay, near 1 22d st, In Sunnyside addi
tion; hardwood finish and floors/decorated
up to date, screens, storm windows, gas fix-.
tures; all complete; price low. Apply owner,
H. P. George, care Winston, Harper, Fisher
& Co. . ■■■■■■ ' ■ -" ■'■ "• ■"'■ 1
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN IF TAKEN
Now— Pleasant ay, modern ten-room
house, large lot, hardwood • finish/ fireplace,
gas, bath fitted up with enamel tub and new
closet, screens and storm windows, furnace,
all in fine condition ready to move into.
House will be left unlocked to-morrow. Look
at and call Monday sure. F. S. Lewis, 8
Kasota block. ■ '••'-'. ■ ■•'.:■■ ;
FOR A NICE SEVEN-ROOM BAST FRONT
home in thirteenth ward, at a sacrifice, call
on Hermann, 410 Phoenix. You can't afford
to miss this opportunity.
MODERN HOUSES FROM $2,600 TO $50,000.
Come in and see what we have. - ■'- - •••
H. E. LADD, 302 Andrus Bldg., •
,■•:;.-'. Nicollet and sth.
To ISIMPROVED ■. ;' ■
BARGAINS IN LOTS ON LOWRY HILL:
also near Lyndale and 48th st. -Wm. H. Gib
son/420 Guaranty Loan building. .--. ;' .
FOR SALE OR LEAS7iI—I9BXIS7 PfflET TO
20-foot alley, on a central corner; possible
trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O
M. Lara way & Son, Bank of Commerce build-
Ing. .■■.■- .- -••..-.>■•— ••-'■ '--'
THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS
sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso
lutely the best bargains in vacant lots.' .200
Hennepin ay. - ■ ' '■ *" ■ ' '
A PERFECT LOT, SHEHBURN & - BEE
be's addition, $750. F. C. Wyant, 70* New
York Life buildmz.' . ■:%■
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, 60x70, EAST
front lot; finely located; Park boulevard, near
Lake Harriet, between 42d and 43d sts. Ad
dress Jos. Parker. ' 1328 Vine place. •
FOR SALE— SOME jOF i THE CHOICEST
lots at Lake Harriet, on the boulevard: Sheri
dan, Queen and Upton ays; $300 to-SBOO. City
Realty C 0.,:205 Boston block. - - ---■--;,'
HERE IS A SNAP: TWO FINE LOTS,'
". east front, near. Cedar and 32d. '. '
$250— Fine lots in Prospect Park. 1 .
Hennepin and 26th st. . .
$350—Lot, corner 11th ay S and Lake st. ■ ■
SWENSEN & LANGUM, ...... .
514 and 515 Bank of _ Commerce. 1;' ■ _
$450 FOR CALHOUN PARK LOT, 46x128; EM-
erson ay, between Lake and 31st...This is a
snap. Hlckson, 939 Guaranty. ' • ' •
TO LEASE FOR 99 YEARS. ...
91x142—0n Ist ay S, adjoining. Bank Com.
132x100—On; 2d st and sth ay S, milling dlst..
64x165—0n 2d st near 8d ay S. f , .:
66x165—0n 3d st and flth ay S. ::, r,
165x108—Corner of 2d ay N and 2dst.. .; . ;
75x150—Corner of Ist st and 2d ay N.
—Corner of 7th st and Ist ay N. ,;•
. 64x110—On Nicollet ay near 9th st. • - ;
.70x1500a Nicollet ay near 10th st.
150x135—Corner, of Lyndale ay S and Summit.
FOR SALE OR LEASE, PART OR WHOLE.
405 feet on Hennepin ay and 450 feet on Oak
• '■■ fronting park.
44x156— On 3d st near 24 ay S. -
- edwards & heritage, "
. - - 217 kasota block. ; ■ -.' \ \
FOR -SALE— BEAUTIFUL EAST
front lots on Lowry hill; Fremont •' ay, near
Douglas; from $1,800 to $2,000 each. City
Realty Co., 205 Boston block. ■ r~v '■'■'•]<_■
NOTICE—LOTS • 11 ~ AND 12, BLOCK' .-19-,
Wilson. Bell & Wagner's, ■, 1302, Linden < ay,
opposite Hawthorn v park, c are - advanced to
14.000 each. i Clough, 1511; Phoenix build ing. - \
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
LOT 5, MOORE'S REARRANGEMENT OF
block -33,' Regent's: addition, near 27th, 1 on
Essex, for sale at a bargain. Who wants it?
Chas. M. Poe, 300 Hall building, . Kansas <
City,-Mo. ■•■■■■ ■--,- ■ '■ -'■'-./■.: '.
TWO LOTS IN GROVRLAND ADDITION.'
on Aldrich • ay, half ;■ block■: from; Hennepln;.' •
desirable, cheap. One lot in V&a Nest's addi
tion. - One - lot -in Bloomlngton ■ Park add!-.
tion. Bally, 507 New York Life building.: ' >
CORNER, 110x175 FEET, EAST. SIDE 2D ST
N, three houses, fine barn, well and city
water, rents for $40 per month, buildings in
fine condition, $3,500. F. C. W'yant, 704 New
York Life building. --;
EAST FRONT, BARGAIN, HARRISON'S
Second addition. F. C. Wyant, 704 New York
Life building. .-... - x .■:■•
<!> •■'.. - . . :-;- .. <$>
<}> $35 A FRONT FOOT FOR PROPERTY <£•
•£>., overlooking Central park. This is a, <$• ;.
<♦• big bargain lv residence property. - For £>'■.
■$.' location and particulars see H. E. <•■
<«> Ladd, 302 Andrus Bldg., Nicollet and' <♦>
<§> Fifth st. • -..--.,. <$>
<§> . ' • - ' •■ <&\:
<^<$<s><fr3><S*$ ><S^<y<S'<y <;^^ '■■
$1,000 FOR LOT ON 16TH ST, BETWEEN
Portland and Park; $60 a front foot for 73x250
on Park ay, inside of 2tith st. ■ ■• •tsakaSs
"-. :-" - : J: H. E. LADD, 302 Andrus Bldg.,
-._ Nicollet and- oth.
49 " F4 R? I LANDS ; •
OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N. D.
Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4
COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp
for BOOKLET. D. Games. S. B. Mpla, Minn.
80-ACRE FARM, SILVER CREEK STATION^
Wright county; rich loam with clay subsoil;
maple timber and meadow; $1,300; one-third
down. Also 80 acres land, 'iIM -miles*' from -
Hasty station, town of Silver Creek, Wright
county; 60 acres maple, oak and elm;' 20
acres easy to clear: $1,250; one-h&lf down.
Julius Grosse Co., Boston Block.
100-ACRE- WRIGHT COUNTY: 40
acres plowed, 60 acres timber and meadow;
clay subsoil; Silver Creek runs through; new
house; $2,100. Also 157 acres in Wright coun
ty, near depot: 100 acres under plow; small
house and : windmill; Silver creek runs -
through the pasture, $2,500. Julius Grosse
Co., Boston Block. ,
600 ACRES GRAND GRAIN AND STOCK
farm, Wright county; "00 acres plowed; 100
acies meadow, balance timber and pasture;
a fine brick house and one new frame house,
and one tenement house, two large barns,
windmill, hay scales, two wells bricked up; ..."
fine grove round the buildings: 1% miles from
Clearwater; only $22 per acre; great bargain.
Julius Grosse Co., Boston Block.
"165 ACRES, FINE "FARM, ONE MILE FROM
Clearwater, Wright county, Minn.; 110 acres
in field; eight-room house, barn, granary
and other buildings; two wells with wlldmill;
| all fenced and cross fenced; large grove round
the buildings; rich black soil; only $23 per
acre; no better, farm in the country. Julius
Grosse Co., Boston Block.
1,360 ACRES WITHIN TWO MILES OF
Hinckley; tine, soil, good meadow; price $6
per acre. 1,200 acres, Clay county, near UHn:
partly improved; soil A No. 1; for immediate
sale, price is $13.50 per acre. 160 acres, Nor
man county; price $2,000, half cash. 1,300 \
acres, near Bemid.ii; good timber, good soil;
only $3 per acre. 640 acres,' near a good town.
in Swift county; only $9,500; if, said before
May 15. 320 acres, Improved, 10 miles north
of Oaks, N. D.; 240 acres field; good build
ings and is a bargain at $2,900. 320 acres
south of Oaks, only $900, cash. ■ 960 acres,
Hyde county. South Dakota; five miles 'from
county seat; only $4 per acre; or I will sell
320 acres of this for $4.50 per acre; this is a-
snap. 320 acres, improved, nine miles from
Alexandria, Douglas county; good buildings,
at $15; 125 acres in field. S2O acres near Nel
son; 100 acres in field; only $12 per. acre. A.
K. Moehn, 513 Bank of' Commerce building. •
LANDS FOR SALE IN POLK AND NOR~
man counties; write for description ' and ■
prices to H. L. Gay lord & Son, Fertile, Polk -
county, Minn. ' . ■■- . . -:..-'
FARM LAND FOR SALE—IMPROVED AND
partly improved; some genuine snaps. ' Call
on or address H. J. Wall, real estate. Glen
wood, Wis. -
ACRES—MY NEW PRICE LIST OF BAR
gains in wild lands and improved farms will
be mailed free. Send for, one. j Franklin
Benner, 603 Phoenix building. '..
CLAY COUNTY—NEft 2-142-45, 40 ACRES
under cultivation; if taken at once, $9.50 per
acre. R. A. Haenssler, Fairmont, Minn. •••
FARM LAND FOR SALE-^51,700, 680 ACRES;
5 per cent discount for ~ cash; • *$280,
80 acres; $360, 120 acres; $570, 114 acres;
11,000 acres, $2.25 per acre. C. D. Ruther
ford, Floodwood, Minn., ...,,' -_ • .; . ...
14,000 ACRES~OF~LAND IN ST. LOUIS
county, all in one township; railroad ; runs
through the township," a bargain for cash.
Whiting & King, 225 Temple Court. ■■ ■
».M"M"I"M"M^M"M"I"I' I I I I M"I"I
--4. : . ■ •-; 4*
4* 150,000 acres Minnesota lands, $2.50 •$• -
•}• to $4.50 per acre. Send for lists in V <&•
• Cass, Crow Wing, Beltrami, Itasca, 4*
•}• Hubbard, " Becker, Todd and Morrl- 4»
• ■ son counties. * ' '4*
4* Wholesale trade solicited. with good •{•
■ ■ commissions to live agents. Send for »i«
• • terms, plats, etc. ■•■ • ■ 4*.
i. W. D. WASHBURN, JR., 4* '
• - 300 Guaranty Bldg. . 4*
t-M-M-'M-I-M ■! I I .II I"I"II'M I I'M
SNAP FOR SPECULATORS, INVESTORS, ,
OR LAND COMPANY. ;v:
A 10,000-acre tract of carefully selected land
in the Red River valley; In midst of splendid
settlement and within a few . miles of the
city of Winnipeg, the hub of the northwest.
Price $5.50 per acre; should retail at from $8
to $15. Call or write to Charles M. Simpson,
Real Estate, Winnipeg, Man. .
TO EXCHANGE—2OO-ACRE GRAIN AND
stock farm, all fenced; elegant -buildings,
running water, 40 acres meadow, 70 acres in
crops; also horses, cattle, farm machinery,
etc.; for stock general merchandise. Box 130,
Wadena. Minn - ■-■■-' -.•■■. ■ .'■•' .
-3.000 ACRES GOOD TIMBER LAND, FOR
est county Wisconsin; pine, cedar, maple,
birch, basswood, hemlock, elm have ■ esti
mates timber stumpage worth more than
price asked. Lands without timber worth
price asked, $3.25 per acre. You will have to
speak quick to get this. P. M. Woodman,
839 Lumber Exchange, Minneapolis. • ■- '
3 BIG SNAP O
« IF TAKEN AT ONCE. £>
O * 160 acres in FMlmore county, Minn., ft
8 with good six-room house, barns and ,C»
o granary; 120 acres in flax, wheat, oats, ft.
0 40 acres meadow with stream; $50 "per Q
8 acre; will take part In clear property;. Q
8 make me offer; SEVi section 10, town- .ft
8 ship 104, range 13 west. O
8 NWVi section 32, township 39, range ft
8 19, Burnett county, Wis., $3.50 per 6
ft acre. .;.-." ft
8 NE^i section 19, township 38, range fk.
Q 19, Burnett county, Wis., $3 per acre. <?
8 ■ J. E. PARRY. ;■:;■■::• g;
0 - . ' -' 401 Andrus building. & i
1 HAVE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF SEVERAL ,
choice quarters of rich, level prairie in Rich- ;
land county, North Dakota; owners are non
residents and prices have not been advanced
yet; write me for bargains. Cyrus A. Camp
bell, 533 Guaranty building. - . ■ •»
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, . 680-ACRE
stock .and grain farm; 100 acres crop, balance
'all good land; best building in county; close
to Lake Alexandria, Morrison county; also
320 acres, all fine land; 85 acres in crop; also
best I.KOO-acre stock farm in Aitkln county..
W. H. Robblns, 533 Guaranty building. -
SOME OF THE CHOICEST LANDS IN NOR
man, Polk. and Red Lake counties, Mini.,
improved and unimproved; call on me before |
you buy a farm or wild prairie land; have
large tracts' of ranch lands; (rut-over and tim
ber lands In many states; in r writing must ..
describe what you want. O. B. Harris, 94, E
4th st, St. Paul. .'■ ■-.'•:
EIGHT ACRES ON LYNDALE AY, NEAR
city limits; good soil; level, cheap; easy.
terms. Baiiy, 507 New York Life building.
12 ACRES, AT FitIDLEY,- ON RAILROAD r
track; • lies well; half price; easy terms.
Baily, 507 New York Life building. - •
40- ACRES BETWEEN EXCELSIOR AND
city; meadow and farming land; .- grove of ,
trees; good spring; cheap. Baily, 507 New-.
York Life building. _ ; • _
SlloO FOR A 200-ACRE FARM IN BUR
nett county, Wisconsin; buildings alone worth *
$1000- 24 acres in field, 40 acres hay land,
balance pasture. The field is now seeded in:
this farm is well | worth \ $2,000, but ■as : the
owner is sick and over 60 years old, so he-is
unable to work, he will sell for the exceed
ingly low price of $1,150. There are now 14
cows 3 horses and ell necessary farm ma- -
rhinerv on the place, which l also ■ can be
boughTcheV C. A. Quirt ft Co., 109 4th st S.
$650-SE%, 11-122-74, WALWORTH COUNTY. ,
jV^oO^N^Vi. 5-111-58, Kingsbury county, Dai.
$•'oo—l6o acres. Holt county, Nebraska.
*300-NE>4. 9-115-80. Sully county. Dakota. -
$630-SWVi, 12-123-67, Edmunds county. Dak.
$900—NEV* 22-114-59, Clark county, Dakota. .
$560— SWI4, 23-123-67, rßeedl»r county. Dakota.
$400—160 acres, McPherson county. Dakota. -
$400—160 acres, Faiilk county, Dakota. .
$175— NE%, 22-22-29. Finaey county, Kansas
$280—160 acres, Itasca county, Minnesota. •-*
5600—160 acres. Royal ton, Ben ton county, Mini:
$1,600—160 acres, Clay county. ■-- -_ , .
$525—160 acre*, Rlehland,, North Dakota.
$400—160 acres. Todd county, Minnesota. •->
$1300—146 acres, Wright county, Minnesota. *
Marcus P. Hobai*. the Land Man, Ulna*
spoilt, Mien- ' "•■"■■■ .■-;'--•-•--■ ::"-
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