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« GOES TO MISSOURI
Ecklc* of lowa State College at
Ames Enter* a New Field.
Special to The Journal.
Ames, lowa, Aug. 19.—C. H. Eckles, as-
Bliant in dairying and dairy bacteriology,
has accepted a position as assistant pro
fessor of dairying in the state university
of Missouri at Columbia. For some
months the board of trustees and faculty
of the University of Missouri have been
trying to find a competent man to push
the dairy interests of the state. The du
ties of the position consists of traveling
about the state lecturing to dairymen and
making practical demonstrations of the
improved methods of cheese and butter
making Mr. Eckles is a graduate of the
dairy department at lowa State college,
J and since his graduation, three years ago,
has held the above named position at
I AGENTS WANTED
WANTED—STATE AGENTS FOR TWENTI
eth Century Medical book; quick seller; good
commission; cheap book. 618 Pioneer Press
building, St. Paul. Minn.
BRIGHT MEN FAMILIAR WITH INSUR
ance can obtain first-class contract with us.
WANTED— AT ONCE—A GOOD STOCK so
llcitor. Address 436, Journal.
AUCTION—TUESDAY NEXT, AUG. 20, AT
10 a. m. precisely, we sell at auction, under
chattel morgage foreclosure, the entire con
tents of a Hennepin ay residence. Goods are
all In condition equal to new, and include
five brass and iron beds, hair and moss mat
tresses, bedding, fine French plate dressers,
hall tree, sideboard, extension table, box
seat dining chairs, parlor pieces, oak, ma
hogany and Flemish rockers, fine solid ma
hogany library table, Fischer piano, oak sec
retary book case, cheval bedroom suits, sew
ing-machine, leather and tapestry couches,
sofa bed, mahogany and oak center tables,
upright folding bed, draperies, lace curtains,
pictures, bronzes, etc., china closet, mahog
any occasional chairs, chiffonniers, fine Ax
minster and Brussels and ingrain carpets and
rugs, refrigerator, range, cooking utensils,
crockery, glassware, etc., all without slight
est reserve. Hubert Bown & Co., Auction
eers, 44 and 46 7th st S.
4 SUMMER RESORTS
FRONTENAC. LAKE PEPIN, MINN., ONE
of the finest 5-acre properties at this famous
resort. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
5 BUSINESS PERSONALS
SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES.
90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feeiy
6 Crocker, 515 Nicollet ay.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents.
Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures,"
explaining option trading. The Osboru Grain
Co., 813 to SlO Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY]
Our new book. just issued, tells you how to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name
on a postal card will bring it free. Write
THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY,
Bank of Commerce Building,
83SSS82S3S8SSS8 S*S**i?£* SHigZSi SSsSSSsSi S*S2
5. MANUFACTURING BUSINESS IN £
Z4 Minneapolis, established twenty years; %
So' good paying investment; excellent op- z*
So portunity. Jo"
So Established dry goods department 5*
go store, well located, in city; on good- gi
So paying basis; will bear closest invest!- Zi
5, nation. g. j
Jo Hardware and Implement' business, 54
g, established twenty years; sales, $250,000 9$
go' per year. This is the finest proposi- it
go tion ever offered. g.
g. Grocery business, in city, well locat- g.
Z4 ed; price $1,500; doing $12,000 per year, Zi
_, ODLUM-KURTZMAN CO., Z4
*. Phoenix Building. go i
DRUG STOCK FOR SALE;' SPLENDID
opening for man with small capital; Red
River valley, Mlnnesota._AddresS 2835, Jour.
THE SAVINGS FUND COl, 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposit; capi
tal, $350.000; surplus. $30,000.
WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR SIX BRAINY
men for agency work, who can speak Swedish
language. Investors' Syndicate 1204 Guar
anty building, Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALE— OF THE BEST FURNl
ture and undertaking businesses in the Red
river valley; no competition nearer than '0
miles; will rent or sell building; good reasons
for selling. Write C. A. Holbrook &Co
Cavalier, N. D. ' '
CHANCE FOR LIVE TOWN, SITUATED IN |
good farming community, to get feed mill of
twenty tons' daily capacity. Address post
office_box_22l i Hopkins, Minn.
FOR SALE, FINE PAYING SALOON BUSl"
--ness, down town; finest bar fixtures in the !
city; saloon men investigate. Address 77 i
Journal. ■ '
FOR~SALE—OR TRADE-A MEAT~MART
ket, fixtures and stock. Thos Burke. Me-
HAVE $20,000 TO INVEST IN BANKING
business in good town or in good mercantile i
proposition in twin cities; no agents 27 I
Journal. ■ ' '
FOR RENT-IN THE VILLAGE OF STAR
buck. Pope county, Minn. We have a flue
new stone building for rent, 25x60, 14 feet
high with full stone basement; building
finished with steel siding and asbestos roof
ing; suitable for any mercantile business.
v\e will rent for a reasonable price. Apply
to Ellertson Bros., Starbuck, Minn. '
„_. newspaper' for sale. !
Old established, paying local weekly, in
Minnesota; independent; 600 subscribers'!
three presses, fine town and territory; same !
publisher for past 11 years, now wishes to sell i
because of health; if you are looking for a
newspaper bargain and could pay down at !
leastJl.OOO. write 160. Journal.
FOR SALE—A SMALL STOCK~OF~JEWEL~
ry and watch repairing business in Belgrade
Minn. A good business and the only estab- >
lishment of its kind in that town; rent low; i
owner must sell on account of poor health j
Call on or address M. F. Reine, Brooten
FOR SALE — FIRST-CLASS BUTCHER
shop, Al location, No. 1 trade. Call or ad
dress 1530 Nlcolltt ay.
FOR SALE—A MODERN BRICK HOTEL
building in town of 900 people; cheap and on
easy terms; only hotel in town. Address F. j
D. Keye. Argyle. Minn.
PERSONS Having small or LARGE
sums of money to invest with sure, quick and
large returns,. with a reliable and honest
company, can do so by calling on the super
intendent at rooms 516 and 517 Hotel Rich
mond, 9th st and Nicollet ay, Minneapolis
This week is your last good opportunity.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY—A VERY
itable office and light manufacturing business
must be sold immediately: less than $500 nee- ;
essary; reason for this sacrifice given. 237
WANTED—TO BUY ALL THE OLD DEBTS"
in North Dakota, " for cash. North Dakota
HAVE SEVERAL CASH customers FOR
a liquor saloon. . No charge unless I sell
your place. Call and see me at once. Mar
tln C. Arnold, _f^2_J^£2y?Li^_______^
MUST BE SOLD—S4,OOO GENERAL STOCK !
merchandise at 50 cents on the dollar. Run
ning and doing good business.' Best location
in Minnesota. Box 68, Le Roy, Minn.
$100, morfTor~less; ~to~put~into"some
safe Investment Address 528, Journal.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER- •
mauently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister, <.-7l Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
LADY'S allard WHEEL, practically
new. ill «ell for $20. Can be seen at 912
Logan ay N. ~^y
-10 BOARD \AND ROOMS"
A FEW YOUNG LADIES CAN HAVE A
nicely furnished room and good board in
private family, $2 per week. 483, Journal.
12~— BOARD WANTED " Z~
WANTED—BY A TEACHER, ROOM WITH
hr, rd, in the vicinity of the Garneld' schco!.
«*»»•— Bex 131. Anoka. Minn.
AT THE FLOUR CITY FEED MILL YOU
can buy ground screenings, oats, cracked
corn, bran, shorts, chicken feed and poultry
supplies, oil-meal, etc. Prices low. 257 9th
ay S. ■-
IQ DYEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS,
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC. TEL. -3156-J-2. |
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers. and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nlcol
let. Telephone 1576.
17 HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
OUR $4.50 CURLY POMPADOURS, $2. SEE
out $1 switches; worth $2.50. Shampooing,
25c. Face massage, 35c.
MME. DE LEO, 495 Syndicate Arcade.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bldg.
LOANS from $100 upwards; city property pre
erred; no delay. J. B. Tabour, 410 Ist ay S.
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
4%~T0 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 *th st
S. Minneapolis. •
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life, j
WE HAVE^A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus bldg.
LARGEST BUSINESS: IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC., !
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities. Tolman. 920 N. Y. Life.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property; low interest. Barnes 8r05.,104 4th.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R."
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
You can borrow money on your note if you
are a SALARIED PERSON and hold a steady
position? CHEAPEST RATES. LONGEST
TIME AND EASIEST TERMS. No mortgage,
or indorser required. No one knows except
ourselves. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
removed to room 408, fourth floor, N. Y. Life.
S2s*Bi«* !*;.!.;»!; gaasagasgaaaasssaas
Si MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- Jg
_i pie—We are prepared to loan reason- g»
•, able amounts to salaried people hold- g*
So ing steady positions with responsible Zi
So concerns, on easy weekly or monthly g^
g, payments. We conduct our business go
& strictly confidential. Lowest rates and & i
go 1 fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, &
Jo Bank of Commerce building. - & 1
I agaag»aa«B SSJS3BBSBBBBBSBBSBB
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON *
Plain notes, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rate 3.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight.
. SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On your own name without security or In
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself;
those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until y.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe Building.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
WOOD, dry,sl.7s; two 10ad5,52.75; green,sl up.
Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lumber Exch. Phone 717-J2.
FOR RENT — 90x170 TENT. AMERICAN
Tent and Awning, 125, 127. 129 Ist ay N, Min
SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES — 100
show cases, 500 counters, shelving, wall cases,
100 refrigerators, cash registers, scales, office
furniture, safes, butcher supplies, saloon and
restaurant fixtures; I.UOO stoves, from4l up
wards; furniture, pianos, organ*, wagons,
! etc. 1027 Washington ay S.
COLFAX MINERAL WATER
Will permanently cure constipation We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Qlenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin.
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, fine condi- I
tion, splendid bargain. Goodyear, 319 Hen'pin.
WATCHES CLEANEDsl,mainspringssl- war
ranted 1 yr. Flak's, 17 S Wash., Nic. House.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones.
PHILADELPHIA LAWN* MOWERS HIGH
grade hose, screen doors, paints and oils
J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay.
WILI/"SELL furniture ~AND~LEASE i
house; large yard, splendid opportunity to •
rent rooms; inside 12th st. Address 2999 !
fFk\ C,?^ AP ' ONE 24x8 PLANER. ONE
24-lnch knife grinder, one automatic saw
gummer, three saw benches, complete with
arbors; one 36-inch resaw; this is practically
p,»ine ¥i mchiner; will sell at a sacrifice
Kagle Machinery Co., 660 Temple Court Tel
1 024b L 2 main.
EAGLE MACHINERY CO., 660 TEMPLE
Court; for sale cheap, 200 warehouse and
railroad trucks; every warehouse should
have from one to a dozen; cost new $30 each
sale price $4; guaranteed in good order; also
one 60-H. P. tubular boiler, complete, with
, al castings and trimmings; built by Nicollet
Island Water Works; will guarantee a pres
sure of £00 lbs; price, f. o. b. cars Min
neapolis, $250, worth at least $700; making
these prioes low as I wish to close out quick
Also one three-story freight elevator in first
class condition, having been used but a short
ta____________JMaJ_ 3246_L_2. _
GREATEST BARGAINS IN"SECOND-HAND
store and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office
partitions, shelvlngs, counters, show cases I
coffee mills, scales, desks, safes, aIF descrip- I
tions and sizes; complete watchmakers'
lathes, cheap. 223 3d st S.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn.'av—
Sell, rent,_repair_ all makes. Ask for prices. I
BUILDINGS TAKEN DOWN, LUMBER AND !
brick for sale, cheap; must be moved at once, i
Take Cedar ay car to 28th st and Hiawatha. '
C. G. CONN, CORNET, SILVER-PLATErF
complete, $35. Max Kohen, 327 S Washington.
one RED"IRISH SETTER," THOROUGHLY
broken, $25., Kennedy & Co.,J24^Nicollet.
PIANOS— GREAT SALE OF PIANOS NOW
going on at Foster & Waldo's.' Sweeping dis
counts on every piano in stock. Sale lasts
until Sept. 1. You can save $50 to $150 on
your piano at this sale. New pianos $125 to
$350; used pianos, uprights, $90, $100 $110
$115, $125,. $140, $145; Checkering, $140; Hallet
& Davis, $165; Fischer, $135. Terms, cash or
$4 to $10 per month. Foster & Waldo. 40 sth
st S, corner Nicollet.
BUY AND SELL YOUR SECOND-HAND
store fixtures, office furniture, safes, stoves,
furniture, wagons, pianos and organs, at 1027
Washington ay S. Largest stock - west of
Chicago. rj I
» TO STATE FAIR. VISITORS Q '
■Q THIS IS IMPORTANT. gi
i g Don fail to visit us while in Mm- 3 !
O neapolls, as we are now prepared to fill 8 j
■ # your every want in the line of house- O •
Q furnishings. Our patrons in this city S j
| Q will tell you that we are absolutely 8 '
, # reliable, and furthermore, that any- S i
! O where, from 10 to 50 per cent may be X !
i & saved by buying here. A
§ We shall be glad to welcome all who • 2
g merely wish to look over our com- S
j g plete .stock, whether they have any 8
g idea of buying now or not. We have O i
g over 700 slightly, used heating stoves O i
g of the best makes; among them are o '•
Q Round Oaks, for .wood or coal, in all o ;
g sizes, at the right price; P. P. Stew- 6
0 arts, Peninsulars, Favorites, Radiant q
j p Homes, Dockashes, ventilators and in S
IP fact any stove you want. - Remember «$'
| p the place, - ; •-.-.. g j
6 THE TOWN MARKET FURNITURE S ;
0 CO., 25-27 sth st S. -~B<
& . .J. T. RANGER, MANAGER ft !
NO. 5 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, IN I
good condition, cheap for cash; must be sold
Address 193, •Journal. - ..
pointer; an extra No. 1 chicken dog For i
particulars address Oscar A. Witzel, Brown- '
ton.-Mlnn.'- .- '■ ■'' ■...-■ ,
SETTER DOG,, 3 YEARS OLD, WELL
broke and ready to go into the field; pedi- '
greed and a ; crackerjack. Address Box O
Lake Park, Minn.*:. ,;■'■' *
GREAT BARGAINS TUESDAY, $65 NEW
drophead" Singer sewing machine, $22; White
$8; Domestic. $5." Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. "
j FOX-TERRIER, PUPPIES. % VERY. FINELY
bred,- none better;* excellently ; marked; will
I sell very cheap; Call HO Highland ay. " • <
THE MLNJMEAFOLIS JOURNAL.
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
FOR SALE—IN PERFECT CONDITION,
silk brocaded satin parlor furniture. In
quire at 2527 E Franklin ay.
~ FOR RENT ~^~ ~
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
i advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad. ■
TEN-ROOM STRICTLY~MODERN HOUSE,
three blocks from 4th and Ist ay car lines.
iSUIi 2d ay S. . ■■
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT
furnace; SE Mpls; $20. Room 5, 313 Nicolltt.
TWELVE-ROOM BOARDING-HOUSE, BSE
Minneapolis, $25. W. W. Clark, 313 Nleollet.
FOR RENT— FIVE-ROOM • COTTAGE^
city water in yard; Conio car line. Call 701
15th ay SE. . .
1501 PARK AY, 15 ROOMS, MODERN. $50.
1718 Nicollet ay, 12 rooms, modern, $40. ■
1811 Park ay, 10 rooms, modern, barn, $50.
. 509 Forest ay, 9 rooms, modern, $35.
226 Central ay, 16-rooir flat, modern, $35.
117 University ay SE, 12 rooms, modern, $32.
2413 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30. !
1326 Ist ay S, 9 rooms, modern, barn, $30.
508 Sth ay S, 10 rooms, modern, $25.
607 Sth ay N, 8 rooms, modern, $22.50.
1902 Clinton ay, 10 rooms, modern, $25.
501 Plymouth ay, 9-room modern flat, $20.
601 E 22d st, 5 rooms, modern, $16.
2302 Clinton ay. 7 rcoms, city water, $15.
904 14th ay S, 8 rooms, city water, $15.
2510 Oakland ay, 9 rooms, well and cistern.
309 E 18th st, 6-room cottage, $12.
G_eorge jDd_um, 309 Phoenix Building.
FO"R RENT, LARGE BOARDING-HOUSE", IN
excellent repair; 2513 23d ay S. Apply to J.
C. Oswald & Co., 17 Washington N. ■
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE IN
Northeast Minneapolis; furnished or unfur
nished; city water; large barn; half block
from Monroe and Lyndale car. Terms rea
sonable. Address, with references,' 200,
TEN-ROOM HOUSE FOR ONE YEAR;
thorough repair, fresh from painters and
decorators' hands; all modern; comfortable,
convenient, choice location, to careful small
family only: furnished or unfurnished, $40.
Apply 214 Ridgewood. __^
2Q FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED I
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
FURNISHED ROOMS. STRICTLY MODERN,
front on Nicollet; finest rooming building in
the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay. Also
rooms at the Trenton Hotel, 705 Nicollet.
FURNISHED ROOMS; FIRST-CLASS; MO-D
--ern; walking distance from center; no chil
dren; no light housekeeping; references ex
changed. 718 6th ay S. '
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. CALL 25
DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
fall and winter; central; pleasant; cool; rea
sonable price. 30 7th st S.
NICELY~FURNISHED PARLOR; ALSO ONE
front alcove room, suitable for two'; and board
if desired. 14 9th st N. - .
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
bath_and gas.for rent. 3501- Ist ay S.
FOR "RENT— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
front room, gas, bath and everything home
like; fine home for traveling man; references
exchanged; investigate. Address 488, Journal.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
TWO VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS, STEAM
heated, with large closets, suitable for light
housekeeping; references exchanged. Call 206
W Grant st. ..
FOUR FRONT, DOWN STAIRS, 922 STH AY
Four upstairs, $8 per month, 11 7th at N.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
STEAM-HEATED FLATS, EVERY MOD
ern convenience; fine location; good service
very desirable. See janitor, 527 sth ay SE.
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18T1I
st, eecond floor. Apply Frank Miller.
"SEVEN-ROOM MODERN FLAT. $25 AND"
$30. 1823 9th ay S. " ■ ■ - ■
SEVERAL MODERN FLATS, $22.50 TO $30;
six and seven rooms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nic.
MODERN UNFURNISHED FLAT FOR
small family, without children; references re
quired. 423% Washington ay N.
1731 9TH AY S; STRICTLY MODERN FlVE
room corner kat; all outside rooms; posses
sion at once or Sept: 1; newly papered; rent
$22.50. Call 42 Chamber of Commerce or ad
FOR RENT—THE FINEST 7-ROOM FLAT
902-^o°4 rt2oth 'avT. 0"8' A perfectly modern "
THREE SEVEN AND ONE NINE-ROOM
modern flats, in first-class location; $27.50 to
$40. Home Realty. 311 Sykes block.
27 OFFICES ~~ ~~~
FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE
Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7,
McMillan building, 3d ay S and 3d st. Room
is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec
ond floor front. Just the room for grain
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for
stocks and grain. Western Union cable in.
Price of $25 per month, and location cannot
be duplicated. O. M. Laraway & Sons, 100
Bank of Commerce.
WANTED, GOOD ACTIVE PARTY (EITHER
SEX) TO TAKE ORDERS FROM CONSUM
ERS AND REPRESENT US IN EACH I
TOWN WITHIN 200 MILES;» $15 TO $25
WEEKLY COMMISSIONS EARNED.
JAVA COFFEE CO., •
COFFEE AND TEA IMPORTERS,
58 SEVENTH ST S. .
EXPERIENCED CLERK WANTED—
be a hustler, good dry goods man, single,
temperate, no bum. or lazy-bones. C. A.
Holbrook & Co., Cavalier, N. D.
WANTED— MACHINERY MOLDERS,
at once. J. W. Bryant, Eagle foundry, 26th
ay SE and University.
WE HAVE THE MEN—STUDENTS OF THE
University of Minnesota, who need employ
ment odd hours and Mondays; chore boys,
stenographers, engineers, etc. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Address U. of M. Y. M. C. A.
WANTED—A PHYSICIAN, AT ONCE, TO I
travel and assist in office practice. State '
which school. Good salary to the right man.
Call or write. Tremont Hotel, Duluth Minn'
Dr. J. F._Hovey.
WANTED—GOOD COAT "MAKE WM~(T
Dodd, Huron. S. D.
WANTED—COMPETENT DRIVER. ONE !
who is acquainted with saloon and brewery ]
trade preferred. Inquire Liquid Carbonic
Acid Mfg. Co., corner Ist ay N and 2d st.
WANTED—OIL SALESMAN TO SELL LU
brlcatlng oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. The A. G. Har
baugh Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. • . • *
WANTED—AT ONCE] A STEADY AND
competent miller for our 50-barrel Plansifter
mill; 5n applying submit references and state
wages wanted; do not apply unless you 'can !
begin work at once. Frank Lacross Audu- I
bon, Wis. :.. ■ ■
STENOGRAPHER , AND TYPEWRITER,
with experience in law office; male preferred.
Address Lock Box 381. Devils Lake. N. D.
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire
room 12. ■
TWO DESIRABLE OFFICES IN masonic
Temple from Sept. 1. Apply 412 Masonic
Temple. ■ ■ . - •
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT, THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED—BOYS, AT ONCE. APPLY A D.
T. office. •
YOUNG MEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS AT
the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d st S,
diagonally opposite ■ postofHce. Enter now. -
WATCHES CLEANED, MAIN SPRINGS]
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st S.
THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS' ASSOCIA"
tion will pay at least $4.75 a day to competent !
machinery - floor moulders and at j least $4.50 !
to competent machinery bench moulders,
union or non-union, to work in the foundries
of its members of this city. Address for par
ticulars, National Founders' Association, box
A TONIC, JUVENAL) S HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness, 50c. Voegeli.
THE NATIONAL METAL TRADES ASSO
ciation will pay 27% c per hour as wages and,
as additional compensation, 10 cents per hour
bonus for competent machinists to take the
place of strikers in the city • of Chicago.
Steady employment in the most modern
shops. Address, for particulars, postofflce
box 1007, Chicago. . : . .. •
WANTED—BOY ABOUT 17: STEADY
work; apply after 6:30 to-night. 520 sth st S.
BARBER. AT -ONCE; MUST BE FIR"ST"
class workman, sober and reliable; good
wages and a steady job to the right • man
B.W. Perrlgo, Lakota, N. D.
WANTED— GOOD MEAT CUTTER~IN
shop; one - who can , speak Scandinavian; not
over • 30 years old, . neat and . bright > looking •
cood steady place to good man. 454,*. Journal'
31 HELP WANTED--MALE
SUITS. SPONGED AND PRESSED, 50c;
pants recut Into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, .119 Washington ay N.
DRIVER WANTED; MUST BE WELL AC
quainted In town adn come well recommended
and must work Sundays. 808 Ist ay S.
WE WANT RELIABLE MEN TO SELL
full line of lubricating oils on salary or coin
mlsuion. The Champion Refining Co., Cleve
land. Ohio. - ' -
WANTED— ONCE, PHYSICIAN, REGlS
tered in Minnesota; experienced in advertis
ing specialty business, to take charge of
established office; permanent position and
liberal remuneration to right party. Address
good man WANTED near CITY; good
pay for good man. E. D. Boynton, 1931 4th
av_S. . "
WANTED—A GOOD BRASS MOULDER AND
metal mixer; small castings; state wages and
experience; steady Job to right man. Address
461, Journal. ■••■■.
WANTED-BRIGHT BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS
old for office work; best of references re
qulred. Address 446, Journal. _.
BARBER WANTED. THE BANK OF COM
merce barber shop. 10T& 4th st S. __
I WISH A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH, AT
once. Will pay good wages; new shop and
new tools. D. A. Hall,_Minot, N. D. Box 2.
WANTED—MAN~TO TAKE CARE OF
horses and drive carriage. 616 E 17th st. ,
COLLYER'S STEAM LAUNDRY, 249 6TH AY
S, Telephone 2295 Shirts, 8c; underwear, 6c;
rough dry, 25c do?; flat ironed, flat work, 18
pieces 25c; 40 pieces, 50c.
WANTED—OFFICE BOY FOR PERMANENT
place with first-class concern; must be neat,
intelligent and well recommended; wages $3
per week with advancement for the right
boy. Address in own hand writing, 217, Jour
nal. - -
WANTED—AT ONCE. OFFICE BOY. THE
Waterman Mfg. Co., 313 Hennepln.ay.
WANTED— MAN WITH EXPERI
ence for pressing pants; good position to
right party. Hyman, Newman & Weil No
102 3d st S. r
WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO CARRY
dishes. Ladies' Home Bakery and Lunch
Room, 810 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—AT " ONCE, A STEADY~AND
competent miller for our 50-barrel Plansifter
mill; in applying, submit references and state
wages wanted; do not apply unless you can
begin work at once. Frank Lacross, Audu
bon, Minn. ■ _^
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SHOE SALES
man; must have best references for a per
manent position that will command good
salary. 505, Journal. ,r
WANTED—ACTIVE YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
habits to work in grocery store; steady job
if right man. A. M. Peterson, 127 Washing
ton ay S. ; _ .
ENGINEER FOR JANITOR OF FLAT
building; prefer married man, no children.
Inquire at 21S New York Life building. W.
L. Badger. __
NIGHT COOK— FIRST-CLASS SHORT-OR
der cook for night work. "The Grill," 308
Ist ay S.
WANTED—TWO TEAMSTERS. CALL AT
3600 Hennepin ay. . .
WE CAN~OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to men of energy and neat address, who are
willing. to work according to instruction
given; city or outside towns. For particulars
call on J. P. Crotty & Co., 507 2d ay S.
OFFICE BOY WANTED IN REAL ESTATE
and insurance office; good penman. 501, Jour
WANTED— EXPERIENCED COACH
man; apply between 6 and 7, 30 Grove place,
Nicollet Island. '■ ' . ■
WANTED—TWO GOOD SIZE SMART BOYS
or men to work in ice cream factory. Ives
Ice Cream Co., 215 2d ay SE.
WANTED—A BAKER AT 2011 4TH AY S.
SCANDINAVIAN BOY 16 OR 18 YEARS, FOR
work in grocery on 20th ay N; steady job
to right party. - ■
DRUG CLERK; PERMANENT SITUATION;
good wages; first-class business town in
North Dakota. Address 467, Journal.
WANTED—HAT TRIMMER. THE PAN
torlum, 386 Wabasha st, St, Paul.
WANTED— MAN WHO IS A MUSICIAN,
for a permanent position. Address Prof. O.
Anderson, Wlllmar, Mluu.
WANTED—SIX GOOD UNION CARPEN
ters at 2000 Aldrich ay S and 2428 Dupont ay
S. H. Ingham, builder. "
TAILOR WANTED AT ONCE. OSCAR WA
densten, 1111 Washington ay S.
BRIGHT BOYS WANTED FOR BUNDLE
boys, errand boys and cash boys. New Eng
land Furniture and Carpet Company.
TWO OR THREE GOOD UNION CARPEN
ters wanted. Inquire H. Parsons, builder,
514 Guaranty Loan building,
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
YOUNG WOMEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS'
at the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d st
S, diagonally opposite postoffice. Enter now.
SEWING GIRLS, AS WELL AS EXPERl
enced operators, can find steady employment
making shirt waists and wrappers on power
sewing machines; best pay in the city. Ster
ling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d »t,
second floor, Heywood building. _^
TEACHERS DESIRING HIGH SCHOOL OR
[ grade positions, or rural schools, should com
j municate immediately with the Hazard
I Agency. We need 50 teachers immediately.
732 Boston block.
WANTED—DINING-ROOM GIRLS AT THE
Golden Star Restaurant, 114 3d st S.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH~PREPA
ration for office work or business, go to the ]
Archibald college, Lake . st, corner Stevens, j
SCANDINAVIAN COOK. CALL BEFORE 10
o|clock mornings. 12 sth st N, flat 3.
girl and kitchen girl, at once. Ladies' Horn*
Bakery, 810 Nicollet ay. .
A THOROUGHLY" COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework; $5 per week; two in fam
ily. 3145 2d ay S. v
GIRL WANTED, GENERAL HOUSEWORK 1
small family. Apply 2628 sth ay S. '
WANTED—TWO LADY CANVASSERS, AT
once, to take orders for flour. Address 56
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSED
work. Call at 2015 2d ay S. Mrs. P. J. Cirkel.
I STYLISH YOUNG WOMEN CAN"" SECURE
occasional remunerative employment posing
for millinery and cloak illustrations for daily j
papers; applicants must be good looking and
have good figure. Send description with ap
plication. Address 437, Journal.
I GIRL FOR GENERAL,~HOUSEWORK. ' 1429
I Bth st S. ■ ■
WANTED~IO~GOOD SEWING GIRLS —
once. Smith Costume_Co. store, 82 7th st S.
YOUNG LADY—OUR FACILITIES FOR
placing students in positions is unsurpassed.
A call at out office would convince you THE
MUNSON SHORTHAND INSTITUTE "Guar
anty Loan building. *
WANTED-LADIES WHO WISH TO MAKE
money; light, work; $4 per day; office hours,
1 to 5 p. m. Call 536 Andrus building.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS "AND
skirt hand; also apprentice girls. Call at 711
! Ist ay 3. . ■ . .
work. Steady place and pleasant home for i
competent girl, or one willing to learn. 2015 i
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework;. small family and good
wages. 1729 Park ay. -
WANTED-GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work :, 2123 Aldrlch « S; take Monroe and
Lyndale car vi 22d st.
WANTED—SEWING GIRLS AND EXPERl
enced operators on power sewing machines,
making shirt waists; steady employmentl day
or piece work. D. Cohen & Co., 513, .Ist ay S
DRESSMAKER; EXPERIENCED GIRLS
and helpers wanted at once. 503% Hennepin
—V, fi£lt 24. *'; - ■ ... "'. ~!;. .■.
DINING~ROOM GIRLS, EXPERIENCED"
at once. "The Grill," 308 Ist ay S.
I HAVE WORK FOR SEVERAL ENER>-*
getic persons. Call 527 Temple Court. Good
salary. ; ..\ ■: . • .■: ._ ■, ; ;i -. s
WANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ATTEND
baby; must live in neighborhood and sleep
home; short hours. 3104 Hennepln ay.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; must be a good cook and
laundress. Mrs. Williamson, 1674 Hennepin
ay; • Adeline flats, flat 2. :
YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work who can go home nights; six-room flat
every convenieae*; family four. 2623 Chi
cago ay. rl:_'_ ■/. s . / ■■ .-
WANTED— GIRLS FOR KITCHEN;
wages $3 per week, room and board. Cun
ningham's restaurant, ay S.
WANTED—GIRL~~FOR~ GENERAL HOUSE
work in family of three grown people 2210
sth ay S. :; :. ■ ■'.''. "■;■ " ■. -; •. ■■ •"' -.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED . PANTS ..MAK
ers; good wages and steady work. V Robit
shek, Frank & Heller, 18 3d st N. :.
WANTED — THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
girl for general• housework- small family
good wages, German girl preferred. Flat C*
623 E Franklin ray.;- , * , '
10-YEAR,-: GOLD :. T FILLED «, SPECTACLES"
$1.50; eye* examined free. Ostrem,' 329 Nicol
let • ay, , upstairs.," ■ ' -^ '. '.' \ . ; .*., - "■:..: -•
WANTED—AT ONCE, AN EXPERIENCED
dining-room girl at 17 :Oth st N. .
WANTED—A WAITRESS AT HOTEL CYR
ano, corner 4th ay and 9th st S.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing. 2617 16th ay S.
eral housework; small family, good wages.
2104 Portland ay. ""
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
NEW AND . SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber-tired run
abouts, horses, . harnesses, all kinds; new
work exchanged for old. Cash or time. 414
3d st S.
FOR | SALE—ELEGANT, NEW, HAND
made, light, end spring, leather top buggy,
extra fine job, rubber tires, etc.; cost $350;
will be sold to-morrow for $100. Hayward
Buggy Co., Ist ay S and Bth st. - ;/
FOR SALE—FOUR WORK HORSES, THREE
sets of harness, three wagons, brick boxes,
dump boards, at 205 2d st N.
FOR SALE CHBAP—THE~_EST PAIR OP
4-year-old standard bred colts in the state;
stand 16% hands; also one 2.16 trotter, sound
and smooth. Can be seen at Dickens' West
FOR SALE—CHEAP—CAR LOAD OF GOOD
young horses; come and see them at 809 Lyn
dale ay N. , ;..
HARNESS, HARNESS, HARNESS—
eral hundred sets of the T f M. Roberts Supply
House of harnesses which we can sell cheaper
than T. M. Roberts' former cheap price.
Widmayer_& Prendergast, 414 3d st S.
FOR SALE—FAMILY HORSE AND PHAE
ton; a bargain. Call afternoons, at stable.
729 W 26th st.
HORSE, HARNESS AND BUGGY, $37.50.
Also 1,400-pound horse, cheap. Call 2651
Monroe st NE.
DELIVERY HORSE, 1,100-1,200; SOUND
and cheap for cash. Will not buy without
a trial. New Butter Store, 404 Ist ay S. •
FINE TWO-SEAT, DAYTON, OHIO, MAKE;
come quick if /ou want bargain; no room or
use for it; $75 might take It. 2815 Clinton ay.
FOR SALE—ONE TWO-SEATED TOP CAR
riage in good condition, and one phaeton;
have no use for them. Mrs. Massolt, 1619
Aldrlch ay N. 7
CAVALRY HORSES WANTED.
300 head of cavalry horses vanted at Bar
rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market,
St. Paul, Minn., for the United States gov
ernment; they muse be sound, stand 15% to
16 hand* high, weigh from 950 to 1,150 and
from 4 to 8 years old; bring in your horses
and get your high price for them.
WANTED— BUY A GOOD-LOOKING
driving team, 2,200 to 2,400: will look at a
team outside of Minneapolis if a bargain.
Address 216, Journal. -
WANTED—TO RENT FOR TWO OR THREE
months, a gentle, speedy horse, with one
seated vehicle. Good care and experienced
driver guaranteed. Price must be reason
able. Write or call 2541 Harriet ay.
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 606 Globe hldg.
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st.
PAWNBROKERS— Reliable, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan. -
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—AT EXCELSIOR, POCKETBOOK
containing money, keys and owner's cards.
Return for reward to 120-122 4th st N,. Ken
nedy Biscuit Works.
LOST—A GOLIKHANDLEb UMBRELLA,
engraved with name and address in St. LouU.
Return to Journal office for reward.
LOST— WILDWOOD, SMALL POCKET
book; finder please return to George Rinaido,
406 E 33d st; good reward. •
FOUND— SUNDAY AT ROBBINSDALE,
one horse; -owner can have same by proving
property and paying charges. M. T. Sidwell.
LOST— SUNDAY. PAIR OF GOLD SPEC
tacles, between 16th and 13th ays S; finder
please return to Mrs. H. Erichson, 921 16th
ay S, for reward.
LOST—SCOTCH~TERRIER, FEMALE PUP;
brown nose, short tail and ears. Leave at
Wessling's greenhouse, 36th st and Henne
pln, and receive reward.
LOST—GLASSES", "IN GOLD CASES. RE
turn to 1322 Hennepln ay and receive liberal
LADY'S • BROWN POCKETBOOK,
containing $6 paper money and change. Re
turn for reward. Sewall, 2432 Oakland ay.
$500 DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN
ryola English Female Regulating Pills, tlie la
dies' friend and priceless boon; they are the
original and only genuine; are safe and al
ways reliable; never fail. Mailed anywhere
for $1. Sold at all drug stores. Charles A.
Drefs. Mfg. Chemist. Buffalo. N. Y. ,
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
MRS. DR. F. McKAY REMOVED FROM
620V4 to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take
elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY ~
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
tate business, but make a specialty of Lake
Mlnnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
& Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce.
BUYS SMALL HOUSE, THREE ACRES
fine shore, near depot. Swensen & Langum,
514 Bank of Commerce. »
$800 BUYS SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE AND
two acres fine shore front, near Spring Park]
A snap. Swensen & Langum, 514 Bank of
OPENING AT LAKE MINNETONKA.
Northland Inn, under the management of
Mrs. K. M. Strong, was favored with a dele
gation of the prominent citizens of Wayzata,
who came down for the initial dinner Sun
day. There were many complements on the
completeness of the Inn, beautiful views and
excellent dinner. Mr. O. P. Briggs, president
of Twin City Iron Works, Minneapolis, was
heard to say that, without question, it is the
prettiest place on the lake. The Inn will
be open the entire year and is bound to be
come the most popular placet at Lake Min
NOTICE—DEEP CUT PICTURE SALE;
Hays' oil paintings, $1; Violets. La France
Roses, sc; pictures left 60 days; ovals,
portrait frames, room mouldings; headquar
ters on framing.cheap; new stock framed-up
pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
43 notice to contractors"
FOR SALE—Large brick building, known as
the distillery, on 21st ay S. between 3d
st and 4th st. In this building are
360,000 , brick and f-0,000 feet heavy dl
mension timber. ;: Also much iron, stone
and lumber. 1 am anxious to sell.
EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN AY.
BIDS WANTED— FRANCHISE FOR THE
term of 20 years will be granted by the village
council of the village of Mclntosh, Minn.,
.for the putting in of an electric light plant
in said village, to the party making the low
est bid for lighting the village, and sealed
bids will be received by the council up to
8 o'clock p. m., Sept. 9, 1901. The plant must
produce not less than SOO lights and the vil
lage will reserve the right to purchase the
plant at the end of five year* and every suc
cessive five years thereafter, at appraised
value, based upon the actual cost of putting
in the plant. A bond or certified check for
$2,000 must accompany bid as evidence of good
faith. The council reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids. By order of the coun
cil. Owen Nelson, village recorder.
44 I PERSONAL
DR. B. SHEPARD HAS REMOVED HER
office to 620V4 I Nicollet. Telephone 1892-J2.
Residence, South 863-Ll. Office hours, 11
a. m. to 5 p. m. , f
" Bradley's Face Wash removes moth, tan,
freckles and pimples; 25c; sale,Donaldson's,
Olson's, Minneapolis Dry Goods. Agents ap
ply to Mrs. Bradley, 267 Duponfav N. near
Western. ■'---' •■ ■ ••-.•'.- '-\:•■■■•■ ;>,.-. : ' "
FEMALE DISEASES CURED ;
By. Dr. ,Wheeler, specialist; Irregular men
. struation successfully i treated.t— Office,-. Glebe
building, -Minneapolis.. ' - ■•
•.*. ,;.,• EXAMINATION FREE. .
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
FIND THE MILKMAID.
HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES.
Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze
matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the
day their use has begun. Send stamp for
particulars or 50c for trial course. O. K.
Chance, 580 ■ Syndicate Arcade. Minneapolis.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents graynees. 50c Voegeli
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
iug confinement; new book 25c all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR AN ABNOR
maI, obstinate case of suppression, any cause
my Regulator fails to relieve in 24 hours;
positively guaranteed; no ergot or pills; many
saved from suicide; ideal safe home treat
ment; mail $3. Dr. Jackson, R. C 812. 167
Dearborn st. Chicago.
FADE AWAY, GREATEST BEDBUG DE
atroyer known; at druggists and dept. stores.
MRS. I. LANDSVERK. GRADUATE MlD
wife. Private home for ladies before and
through confinement. 1815 Central ay NE.
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
es in her house if she doesn't want them.
'Kill-em-aU'" powder cleans them out; 50c
per box at grocers and druggists. Convincing
testimonials on each box.
EYES EXAMINED FREE, GLASSES AD
Justed properly by a graduate optician.
Abeles. 243 Nicollet.
ANY LADY DESIRING MASSAGE TREAT
ments at her home can have a woman give
them by addressing 395, Journal.
FULL ASTROLOGY AND MYSTICAL
reading. Give complete date of birth. $1.02.
Lora, box 212, Hastings. Minn.
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payabls
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Aadrus bldg.
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES P.
Williamson and Frar.k D. Merchant) patent
i attorneys and solicitors; main office, No 029
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52 McGill build
lng, Washington, D. C.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
47 IMPROVED ~~"~-
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET,
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
MY CATALOGUE~OF HO"USES FOR SALE
is very complete. Edmund G. Walton 300
Hennepin ac. ___^_^_ '
AMONG THE TREES ON THE HILLTOP
at St. Anthony Park, a new Dutch colonial
house of nine rooms, beam ceilings, hard
wood finish, floors and seats, conservatory
large bathroom, open plumbing, hot water
heat; $3,200; easy terms. W. W. Clark 313
Nicollet ay. '
BEST BARGAINS in SMALL HOMES"
$725 to $2,500; $100 down and monthly pay
ments. Lauderdale & Co., 355 Temple Court.
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, 9-ROOM~MOD!R!^
house and stable; fine location; 9th ay S
near 25th st; $2,800; cash payments, balance
on time; a snap. Address 012, Journal.
FOR SALE—BY OWNER ONLY, TWO
seven-room and one eight-room houses, one
block from Central ay, between 20th and 24th
aye NE, $1,200 to $1,300. Cash payment, bal
ance on time. Address 2788, Journal.
FOR SALE—BY OWNER, TEN~ROOM MOD~
crn house; large lot; one of finest localities
in city; 2d ay S, between 31st and 32d st.
No agents need reply. A snap for one who
means business. Address 2787, Journal.
$6,000— VALUABLE NEW HOUSE, ON
Lowry Hill; one block from Hennepin
ay car and Lyndale car; ten rooms;
all hardwood finish first floor, includ
ing kitchen; pine finish second floor;
laundry, wine and vegetable cellar; full
plumbing; hot water heat; lot, 60x130
feet, east front. $1,000 cash, $50 month
will buy this charming home.
Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ay.
FOR SALE—LOT, 50x130, ON HENNEPIN
ay, three block 3 from business center. Bar
gain if sold immediately. Address 2701
! FARIBAULT REALTY— SALE, JUST
out of Faribault, a 10-room house, well sup
plied with closets, hardwood' floors, open oak
stairway, fireplace with marble mantelpiece
wide verandas, large horse barn, carriage
house and carriage sheds, icehouse and other
outbuildings; large- garden, stocked with
fruit, flowers and hardy shrubs; large door
yard, with fine evergreen trees; on the prem
ises, near at hand, which can go with the
house, are two great springs of water; never
dry; never low; one connected with hydraulic
ram, throwing a stream of water through
kitchen and barn; premises gotten up with
taste and for comfort by owner, -who has
occupied them for ten years, but has no
farther use for them, and will sell cheap on
liberal terms, with or without a few acres
of land. Address F. A. Berry, Faribault
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, NEW, STRICTLY
modern east-front residence, colonial, eight
rooms; water, gas, sewer, stone walks; $4 500;
$1,000 cash, balance to suit. 2750 Fremont
ay S. • . ■• . :
LOTS IN WALTON PARK ARE SELLING*
rapidly. They are the cheapest lots to-day
in North Minneapolis. Call for plats and
price lists. «
EDMUND G^WALTON, 300 Hennepin ay.
WANT CASH OFFER FOR" TWO~CLEAR
lots in Hazel Dell addition; lie fine, east
front, 46x128; snap for some one wishing to
build. 487. Journal. ~"
49 FARM LANDS
DO YOU WANT 160 ACRES CHOICE DA
kota land? Best and cheapest land to be
had to-day. Homestead. Call on or write
Seymour Granger, Valley City, N. D.
15,000 ACRES IN ONETtOWNSHTP, IN THE
fertile Floodwood district, St. Louis county
Minnesota; soil grades No. 1, free from stone
top soil, black loam; subsoil, clay. Every
piece of it capable of being put under high
state of cultivation. Consists of meadow and
timber lands; Great Northern railroad runs
through corner; only about 40 miles from
Duluth'and Superior, the best markets for
products in the northwest. Would be an idefcj
tract for colonization, being in a compact
body; price $2.75 per acre. Apply or write
for full information to
EDWARD HAZEN, 430 West Superior st
TWO BARGAINS IN GOOD IMPROVED
farms. The best and cheapest land to be had
to-day. E For particulars, call on or write J.
E. Jacobson, Dazey, N. D. . . -■
640 ACRES. OF CULTIVATED LAND IN
Marshall county for sale cheap for cash if
taken at once. Apply to O. L. Sateren
Graf ton, N. D. -
IMPROVED 320-ACRE, 480-ACRE. 640-ACRE
and 800-acre farms for sale. All in flue state
of cultivation, with buildings. H. N. Tucker
Courtenay, N. D. '
$3.50 AN ACRE, 1.500 ACRES, BECKER
county;; one good solid tract will retail for
$8; only 12 miles from Detroit. Hobart. Phoo
22 ACRES, BROOKLYN CENTER; THREE
mines from city limits, on main road; only
$1,100; this is something choice. Hobart
Phoenix building. ..■•-'
$10 AN : ACRE, 800 ACRES,; ONE TRACT
Silvia;- lake, Wright , county;. 5 miles from
Annandale, on the Soo line going west; extra
good ■ soil, good stock r farm;; price ' low; zno
trade; 50 miles west; good honest Investment.
i Hobart, Phoenix building. «»«u«m.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
■ - * Continued.
$600, 160 ACRES, SARGENT COUNTY, N D.;
good, grass, good location; similar lauds
valued by local owners at $12 an acre. The
boom is on; lands are selling; catch on; no
money In working for the combination; you
are only a slave; buy a home. Marcus P.
Hobart._Phoenlx building. '
$1,000 ONLY, 80 BROAD ACRES, HENNEPIN
county, near Minnetonka Mills; wild land;
price only $12.50 an acre; less than 8 miles
right west of Lake Harriet; is it cheap; us*
little Judgment, reason. Hobart. Phoenix.
$28 AN ACRE, IMPROVED FARM. LAKH
Minnetonka; two miles from postoffice; house,
barn, good water; 60 acres cultivated; good
meadow; pasture; fine lake; line soil. Hobart.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
SEATTLE PROPERTY—WILL PARTY WHO
wanted to trade Seattle property for Minne
apolis lots kindly call at 311 Sykes block?
We have trade, but address mislaid. Home
Realty. , - ■
YOUNG MAN, WITH EIGHT YEARS' Ex
perience in elevator and commission busi
ness, Minneapolis and Duluth, wants $100
per month. 65, Journal.
EXPERT. MALE STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter, experienced in law, grain, lumber,
real estate and railroad work wishes to take
dictation evenings for transcription next day;
terms reasonable. Inquire H. H Griffin 534
Andruß building. N. W. 'phone Main 2013.
A COMPETENT WIDOW LADY WITH
highest of references would like a position as
housekeeper for a party of gentlemen or
widower's family. Any time to suit parties:
next month or later. 3196, Journal.
WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR,
delivered; first-class work on waists, dresses,
children's clothes; send postal. Mrs. Barry.
418 6th ay S. Telephone 3291 Jl.
WOULD LIKE TO DO FAMILY SEWING.
Call or address 1201 9th st S. ■
YOUNG WIDOW. WITH CHILD, WISHES
position as . companion for refined lady. Ad
dress Mrs. 8., 622 Tyler st NE.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN DEN
tal or doctor's office. Address E. B 622 Tyler
st_NE. • *
WANTED—BY A LADY, SITUATION AS
partner or manager of large rooming-house
or hotel; have had years of experience; can
give the best of reference as to ability and
success. Address 492, Journal. .
53 r STORAGE* ~
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Roomal
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel, Main 2062 J.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we pay
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coas: points, making a
big saving in freight. Parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE^
stoves, buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. A 1101, Journal.
WANTED—COLLECTION OF WHITE RATS"
fine specimens. Call before 9 a. m. and after
7 p. m., bringing sample, or address Norgrlm.
521% Cedar ay. ' *
WANTED—TO BUY A WHITE SPITZ PUP*
under 1 year old, state price. Rugby 3tat*
Bank, Rugby, N. D.
WANTED—A SECOND-HAND SAFE. 606
Corn Exchange. - v^
WANTED — A SECOND-HAND LARGE
Standard Dictionary; must be cheap. Address
gO WANTED TO RENT
SIX-ROOM FURNISHED OR UNFURNISH
ed modern flat, central location; man and
wife; no children. References furnished. Ad
dress 3144, Journal.
Zi WE HAVE A CONSTANTDEMANO $2
•* for modern houses, flats and stores. S
92 List your property with us for prompt S
t* rental. *3
li THORPE BROS., &
*• Andrus Building. £2
I £*SSS£BB B*S3BSS«Si 2*Si?SBiBBBSS^ Z«^2*SSB2S fi"2Biß2
$ I HAVE FIRST-CLASS TENANTS 3
0 waiting for 7 to 10-room houses and 8
O modern flats; if you hare a house to 3
o rent, list it with me; I can get you a D
o tenant. T. A. Jamleaoa, 4 Loan and 3
£ Trust building. . 8
WANTED— ON EAST SIDE, THREE UN
furnished rooms, with barn; walking distance
of 2d st and Central ay; best references. Call
104 Central ay. ■
WANTED—SEPT. 1, BY TWO ADULTS. A
furnished house or flat, close in; best refer
ence and care. Address 491, Journal. •
with yard, near street cars. Address 614,
Journal. ■ ■'■' ■•-'»<
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL EUSl
ness'strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 514-615 Phoenix build
ing. Telephone Main 44. .- " - ■ ■■■
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or ■ packed for shipment by expert
. packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 3d
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. «P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES IN
the city, 10c, and St. Paul 15c. Merchants'.
Package Delivery, 16 7th st S. Tel. 1526. call L
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilitks; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 NIC. Tel 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L.
(37 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO ,
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of second
hand ' and new machines In ■ the northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d at, Minneapolis.
« PENSIONS. WAR CLAIMS. £$
£ ROBERT WATSON, - «. S
o■: " Notary Public, 306 Boston block. , ■', JO
q Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted. 3
A. REINER, PRACTICAL FURRIER, 15 »TH
BttS; fur work In all branches; all kinds of
fine fur garments , made to; order this month
at reduced. prices. ; Telephone ; 2728-JJ. ■