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TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 1? and 16
I 1 AGENTS WANTED
! OUR SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS ON COM
mission clear from $1& to $30 weekly above all
■ expenses; groat premiums; easy work; we
■want agents for country fairs in Minnesota
and adjoining states and for soliciting farm
ers in small towns;-steady work all fall;
references required. Northwestern Agricult
urist. 1237 Guaranty building.
AGENTS WANTED—LIFE OF M'KINLEY;
600-page, large book; handsomely illustrated;
outfit free; now ready; 75 per cent discount to
agents; freight paid; credit given. Henry
Nell, £23 Dearborn st, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED—WILLIAM McKlN
ley a illustrious life, memorial edition, offi
cial, by Murat Halstead, 600 pages, illus
trated, only $1.50. Highest commissions,
freight paid, credit given; outfit, 10 cents,
now ready. Order, quick. A. B. Kuhlmau
Company, Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED—LIFE OF McKINLEY,
by Murat Halstead; full account assassina
tion; au&rchisni, etc.; largest, best illustrated,
authentic; $1.50. We give 50 per cent and
premiumsl^ freight .paid; credit given; our
agents clear $15 dally; big; also assured free
outfit ready; order to-day. Gillespie _ Meti
• gar, Chicago, 111.
AGENTS AED—TO HANDLE A FAST
selling article; ladles or gents. Call at 221
sth st S.
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY ON "THE ME
morial Life of President McKinley by one of
his most distinguished friends, Colonel A. K.
j McClure. biographer of Abraham Lincoln.
; Ov«>r 600 pages; magnificently illustrated;
5 price $1.50. Big money for agents. $10 to i,tli
■■ per day made easily. Opportunity of a
life time.. Highest commission; freight paid;
credit given. Send for outfit to-day. State
. territory you want exclusively. Territory as
signed and outfit mailed free on receipt of 10
cents to pay postage. Address office nearest
you. The John C. Winston Co., Chicago, 111.,
or Philadelphia, J?a.,
LIVES OF THE MARTYRED PRESIDENTS",
their assassinators and history of anarchism,
600 pages for $1.50. Outfit free; 60 per cent
commission. Credit and freight given. Mac-
Brady, Star Building, Chicago.
ONE THOUSAND AGENTS WANTED—
"Life of McKinley." Send 10 cents for post
age on outfit. Crescent Publishing Co., Mln
ueapolls. Minn. .
LIFE OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY—ONLY
authentic history; largest book; best made;
best illustrated; best author; 80 per cent
profit to agents; freight paid; credit given;
outfit free; send five 2-cent stamps to pay
postage. Protestant Bible House, 3747-3749
Indiana ay. Chicago, 111. ' -^^
N6l;?cl?:::^f!iT£ wlin!i^^ j
lis Lodge, No. 270, B. L. of F., and of Levi ;
Lodge, No. 70, A. O. U. \Y., are urgently re- !
quested to meet at their respective halls,
Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 1 p. m., to attend
the funeral of their late brother, Elery W.
Saxe. By order of Committees.
HOTEL BUENA~VISTA. MOUND. MINN.,
via Great Northern railroad. Open for fall !
hunting and fishing parties; launch to all
points on Lake Mlnnetonka; free carriage,
will meet you at all trains if you will write .
you are coming. Julia L. Butterneld, Prop.
3 AUCTION SALES
A UCTIO N -^AT^TH^R^fD^NC^OF^fHE
late A. J. Sawyer, No. 2544 Park ay, Wednes
day next, 18th. at 10 a. m. sharp. All the
valuable furnishing appointments, including
three massive and heavily carved bedroom
suites, with French plates, about 500 yards j
Royal Wilton and Brussels Carpets", mahog- I
any chairs, dining-room furniture; very fine
onyx table, cost $200; massive hall tree,
draperies, parlor and library furniture, and j
general household effects, all without reserve. j
Hubert Bown & Co., Auctioneer. j
5 BUSINESS PERSONALS i
90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feeiy
& Crocker, 515 Nicollet ay. __^ j
Q~ BUSINESS CHANCES
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 SIC- Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE—IN A GOOD LIVE TOWN OF
about 500 people, good hardware business, in
cluding store building and lot, and also fine
- residence; nice lumber yard handled in con
' nection on commission; about $5,000 to $6,000 j
capital required; good reason for selling. . Ad- ;
drtass 478 Journal, for further particulars. - !
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposit; capi
ta 1 $35u. 000 ; surplus. $30.000.
Xi NORTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTERS Si
W of v 1
J, COSMOPOLITAN MANTLES. & |
S« Write for Catalogue. -' • Si !
U ECONOMY GAS LAMP CO., 5*
Zt - 238 Hennepin Ay. Si.
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NEW HOTEL FOR RENT.
The new hotel just completed at Garret
son, S. D., wants a first-class landlord, and !
only a man thoroughly experienced In' hotel j
business need apply. The building is three
stories and basement, and brand new; has j
..twenty-four large, airy guest chambers; Is !
steam heated throughout, and is up-to-date j
in every respect. Apply at once to C. M.
Butts,_Garretson. S. D.
- get" your~furnace repaired now;
don't wait until you want to start a fire; re
pairs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove
Repair Co. Tel. 161. _312 Hennepin
FOR SALE—A STOCK OF GENERAL MER
chandise; invoice, $9,000; doing good business.
Good reasons for selling. Address 322 N
Main st, Crookston. "-.-- .v=.
BAR A N~Tn HOTEL.
Best paying hotel in southern Minnesota; 30
rooms, steam heat, city water, county seat,
■ l,ouo people, good trade, all furnished; splen- i
did opening. Address 4715, Journal.
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, ,
FOR SALE—SALOON~BUSINESS ON ONE '
' of the best corners In Minneapolis, near '
shops and factories; reason for selling, too i
much other business to attend to. It is well I
FOR SALE—ONLY DRUG STORE IN j
small Red river valley town; good territory;
stock and fixtures invoice about $1,200; spot
cash proposition only considered. For par
ticulars address H. S. Case, Lyman-Eliel
Drug Co. . . ■ .
WANTED—BUSINESS MANAGER, WITH
some capital to Invest in a new automobile '
and marine gasolene motor. No experimental
work to do. Motor Is reversible, light, compact j
and absolutely free from vibration. Can be
seen in operation. Address Machinist box
59, West Superior. Wls.
AN Al OPENING FOR GENERAL STORE;
progressive town, in best farming county in j
the state. I have store building to lease to
right party for this purpose; good location; !
solid brick; entrances on two streets; hard- I
wood floors and fixtures and glass counters; '
basement under all. No credit trade; farm- !
ers are wealthy; plenty of room for a hustler j
Address Ed O'Connor, Farmers' Bank Sacred '
- Heart. Minn. -.-■'.
. HOTEL FURNISHED, FOUR LOTS.LIVERY
; barn,, ice house, all out buildings, convenient
, to lake resorts; good .business established,
' large warehouse on railroad track, new
wagon scales, all will go for $2,000 If taken at
.once. Address Box 51, Cable, Wis.
j FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR~MINNE
. apolis property, half interest in good flour
mill. Write at once.. D. C. Cook, Wheaton.
t; Minn. ;
I RETAIL LUMBER YARD—WANTED POSI
; tlon to take charge; first-class reference fur
■ nished as to ability and character. Address
COUNTRY grocery, doing $200 daily.
BAKERY, cent., clearing $3 daily; living-rms.
COUNTRY store, beet established in state.
' GROCERY, $500 new stock. 1100 Lumber Ex.
FOR ALE—CHEAP; TWO-STORY 12-ROOM
, hotel building, 50x140 feet, corner lot, best
location,. rapidly growing town. Oluf H.
Olson, Galesburg, N. D.
• WANTED—BY CIGAR MANUFACTURING
and jobbing house, with well-established and
well-paying trade, party to invest between
$3,000 and $5,000 as active or silent partner,,
to increase trade and territory and take ad
vantage of the good business prospects. Will
stand Investigation. Address 5108, Journal.
STOCK FOOD CO. WANTS SERVICES OF A
capable business man with from $1,000 to
$5,000; a lifetime opportunity. Address, stat
in; business experience and capital, 5063,
• Journal. ::•■■ .■••■-.- j
*] •' r BUSINESS~SPECIALS 1
S U^E^FITu^uTIIAIRr^IOLESr ETo7?ER^
tnanently removed by electricity. Miss Hot
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
Q KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINES
d TOILET goods, perfumes, drugs and • «£•
♦> family medicines; highest quality and ■ •>
' «*• absolute purity guaranteed; mailorders »>
<••• solicited; send for printed matter. 'Hof- "■ •>
<• flin's drug store, 101 Wash, ay S, Mpls. ♦>
ill OH !#♦♦♦» ♦♦»♦»»$»P»»00
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
NICE FURNISHED ENSUITE OR SINGLE
rooms, with the best table board. 916 6th ay S.
BOARD—FOR TWO GENTLEMEN, LARGE
alcove room, private family; modern con
veniences; references required. 4955, Jour
VERY PLEASANT ROOM WITH BOARD",
suitable for two, steam heat, gas, bath, etc.,
314 7th at S.
12 BOARD WANTED
ROOM AND BOARD BY YOUNG MARRIED
couple; must be reasonable, and centrally lo
cated. Address 4992, Journal.
FOR SALE—FRESH JERSEY COW; EX
cellent cow for family. Inquire 565 Temple
Court, or 1815 Portland ay :
FOR SALE— NO. 1 MILK COW FOR $30/
Call at Cedar Lake, near Island Camp Hun
kldore. . . •
14 ~ CLAIRVOYANTS
MMB. CLAYMONT, wonderful . clairvoyant
and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepin ay.
16 DYEING AND CLEANING .
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WOi _KS.
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENC§> DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
i EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
, MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
j I'LL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3136-J-2.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
j orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576. :
17 HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
SWITCHES, 50c THIS WEEK; FACIAL
, blemishes removed; shampooing, 25c; hair
dressing, 26c; toilet articles half price this
week. Mme. De Leo. 4.5 Syndicate Arcade.
'to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrus bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AY LOWEST RATESTNO
delay. Thayer & Gale. 213 N. _Y._Life_bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN.~~R~.
D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates "low; any sums;
no delay; Bee us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
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.
4% TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"en or-before' privilege, to loan on improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport. 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
DO YOU WANT MONEY?
DO YOU NEED HELP
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
On their plain notes
At*about ONE-HALF the RATES CHARGED
BY OTHERS. Strictest privacy guaranteed.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
Room 403, New York Life Building.
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 a.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
__- 601-602 Globe Building.
ANTED—TO BORROW ABOUT $2,500 ON
excellent residence property; no commission;
wish to deal direct with person having money.
Best references. 4889, Journal.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain notes, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block.
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight. ' |
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a ■ pie—We are prepared to loan reason- : §J i
14 able amounts to salaried people hold- Si '
14 ing steady positions with responsible' $
8» concerns, on easy weekly or monthly 8«
ji payments. We conduct our business 8«
Si strictly confidential. Lowest rates and Si
Si fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, S«
Si Bank of Commerce building. ' &
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ANY AMOUNT OF GILT-EDGE IMPROVED
real estate security at 5V4 per cent. Nickels
& Smith, 311 Nicollet ay, room 2. i
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS [
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
COLFAX MINERAL WATER " i
Will permanently cure constipation. We i
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case. j
The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. j
MATTRESSES MADE OVERI HAIR OR \
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones.
WATCHES CLEANEDsl.mainspringssl; war" j
ranted 1 yr. Fink's, 17 S Wash.. Nlc. Hou^e.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henna 7—
■Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask Tor prices.
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS HIGH
grade hose, screen doors, paints and clle
J. H. Smlth._2l4-216_Hennepln ay.
WOOD, DRY, $1.75; 2 LOADS; $3.25; green" I
$1 up. Plymouth Lbr.,_4 Lum. Ex. Phone 717J2
PIANOS-BARGAINS IN USED UPRIGHTS
Emerson piano, $145; Weber, $160; Vose, $190 '•'
Fischer, $135; two Sterling pianos, $125 $235*
two square pianos, $35, $45; new pianos for
rent, $3.50 and $4 a month; one year's rent
allowed If purchased. Foster & Waldo 40 sta
st S, corner Nicollet. :-.-..
GREATEST BARGAINS IN -SECOND-HAND
store and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office !
partition, shelving, counters, show cases :
coffee mil's, desks, scales, safes, all descrip
tions and sizes; complete watchmakers'
lathes, cheap. 223 3d st S. !
« FURNITURE BARGAINS - Secinv «
*!s some of the bargains we are offering *ii
$£ on new and slightly used Furniture vi
&' Carpets, Heating and Cook Stoves •§
Mt Rugs, .fine -Iron and Brass Beds, »a
% Pianos, etc. In goods that have been >ii
% used we handle only the very nicest, «i
}« which we take in exchange for fine »§
lit mahogany pieces on which we make a $«
•^ special feature, so you can obtain from •«
S£ us the very cheapest and the very ««
15 highest grade of goods at prices from )&
}'~ 20 per cent to 50 per cent less than yi
}« elsewhere. Our Grand Rapids sample $«
*JS pieces are now arriving. It pays to yt
•$i look around. Drop in and see us *M
<>J& Hubert Bown & Co., Retail Depart- $i
*H ment, 44 i.nd 46 7th st S. • ♦«
FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB LOT
50 furnaces;' special low prices next 30 days.
', Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wes
tern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin ay.
*}t WE HAVE THE STOVES, . M 5
% and if prices cut any figure we will' *fi
55 soon be sold out on them. We have »5
% 700 of the best makes of heaters, vir- «'i
JJJ tually new, for one-half their value. »5
JJc If you want a heater, don't overlook us •§
<Ji now before the assortment is broken »2
% up. Stoves from $1 to $40. «tf
3 TOWN MARKET FURNITURE CO. £
lUs J. T. RANGER, Mgr. &
$£ .25 AND 27 STH ST S. _j
! GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, QUARTER
sawed golden-oak case; nearly new; at one
half price for quick sale. .'O4 Guaranty Loan.
ONE 32-FT. LONG BY 9-FT BEAM GASO~
lene launch for sale cheap if taken at once.
' Enterprise Machine Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
« BARGAINS IN TIRES. ♦«
55 Columbia $140 ♦§
\)& Rujrby 2^40 ®
|«r. Pis- ••••• ••-•• : lin .
;ig We have the best facilities in the MJ
■.%£ city for cleaning, storing and insuring )«
lUs your bicycles for the winter. We can «tf
:$£ give the: best of references from the S
j«« many customers we had the past sea- «3
»£ SMEYER CYCLE CO., 21 STH ST. S. tu
m MEYER CYCLE CO., 21 STH ST S S
i CLOSING OUT A STOCK OF BTOVEST
i heating stoves $1 up.cook stoves $2 up; house
hold furniture, bed room suits, $5, $7 and $9,
solid oak;. also 1,000 yards carpet. 15c per
yard. 623 Washington ay S. -
We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in
struments. Max- Kohen's, 327 Wash, ay S.
PIANO TAKEN IN ON LOAN, ALSO NEW
city directory for sale cheap. Cooper Cord
age Co., Northwestern ; building, 324,Henne
pin^aV; '.'■■ --■■ ■•'.-'. .— -' ■■'■:'•*:.■ •'.: ■ ...... -j'
DAIRY BUTTER. 14c TO 18c; FANCY SEP
arator, 20c; good family flour, $1.63; best
patent flour, $1.90; . full cream cheese, 9c;
warranted strictly fresh eggs. New Butter
Store, 91 7th ;st S. _: _ : __
FOR BALE—ON GAS~ HEATEE GOLD
Coin parlor heater, very cheap. 1106 West
ern ay. ■. ' -' . -. ■
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
20 pOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS \
Continued. •-. i
BARN FOR SALE—APPLY TO C. B. HEF
felflnger. North Star Shoe Co. ■'-';■' ■' T
ONE NEW DOUBLE BARREL REMINQ
ton hammerles3 shot gun; cheap for 'cash.
1308 25th st S.
1 FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COLLYERS
steam laundry, 249 6th ay S; Twin City tele
phone, 1848; rough dry, 25c per dozen; flat
ironed, flat work, 40 pieces, 60c. .
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IRON PIPE-LOT OF GOOD IRON PIPE ■
all sizes, cheap. American Ccrap Iron Co-i
305 2d ay N. '..•';'.■ <■ ■ - ■
FOR SALE — HOUSEFURNISHINGS — I
Breaking up housekeeping, going away; will
be there Wednesday and Thursday. 437 2d
st NE. -iV;«.-;?.ff • • ■ '
' a NO. 5 REMINGTON/TYPEWRITER IN
Al condition for sale cheap; this is a snap.
Address 5058. Journal. , t
BIG BARGAIN<f~YVEDNESDAY—S6O LATEST
shuttle Singer sewing machine, $20; White,
$10; Domestic, $5; White, |2. Elmer, 720 Ist
ay S. . ■■■ - - ... ..... . ..
GARLAND RANGE, $7; HUB RANGNE, $8;
water front range, $10; Elmhurst heater, $12;
Garland heater, $16. 502 4th ay S. :
FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE IN
storage at Minnesota Warehouse, 735-737
Washington ay N, lot 995; call between 9 and
12 a. m. Wednesday; must sell; leaving city.
CAMPBELL & ERICKSON'S SECOND
hand furniture store in full blast; specials in
new heaters, $58 heaters for $29; $52 heaters
for $26; $25 heaters for $12.50; second-hand
heaters, $1.50 up. Two barber chairs, $10.50
each. Iron beds, $1.85 up. New and second
hand goods bought and exchanged. Campbell
6 Erlckson, 215 N'icollet ay. . ..,
——^T '—"*M"™^"— ——— |
FOR RENT ;. ~
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad. ■ '
fEN~bOLLAR3 PER MONTH—FIVE~ROOM
house, in first-class repair; large stone cellar;
large shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink.
W. D. Washburn, Jr., 300. Guaranty Loan
Building. '..;/..; :■■ .:;.. ; •
$25.00—85 17TH ST N MODERN EXCEPT
heat; $30, 41 17th st N, 8 rooms, modern. W. -
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loan. . '"- :
1501 PARK A V—FRAME DWELLING, 12
rooms, new heating plant, open plumbing,
hardwood floors and finish, $45. '
1811 Park Ay—Brick dwelling, 12 rooms, new
heating plant, fine finish.. open plumbing,
good barn for three horses, $50.
226 Central Modern flat, 16 rooms, $35.
117 University ay SE—l2 rooms, modern, $32.
2413 Nicollet Av—lo r6oms, modern, $30. ""'7
1722 sth ay S, 11 rooms, modern, 30. "' ;
1402 Vine place, 9 rooms, modern, $22.50. :"
525 3d ay SE, 7 rooms, modern, $22.. :
501 Plymouth ay, 9-room modern ' flat, $20.
2731 Stevens ay, 7 rooms, city water gas
GEORGE ODLUM. 309 Phoenix Building.
FOR RENT—NEW, STRICTLY MODERN^ !
up-to-date house, all hardwood finish and
floors; everything first-class, with barn. 1929
Aldrich ay S. j
MODERN HOUSES. ~~
2504 Aldrich S, 8 rooms ; "...T.. $22.50
812 E loth st, ten rooms .... 30.00
2316 4th ay S, ten rooms 30.00
1622 Hawthorn, 12 rooms 46.00
316 loth st SE, 10 rooms ; 50.00
19 Highland ay, 11 rooms 50.00!
I have some nice single rooms on Nicollet
ay, steam heated. . ■
EDMUND G. WALTON,
300 Hennepin Ay.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT
furnace, $20; 12-room boarding-house, $25; •
both Southeast. Minneapolis. Room 5, 313 Nic
ollet. ■ ' ' . • ■■;/■ ; '; ■ it
WHY PAY RENT? WE HAVE HOMES
from $700 to $3,500; $100 to-S2OO down and :
monthly payments. Lauderdale" & Co., ;355; !
Temple Court. .---■.• • ■.
FOR RENT—TEN-ROOM STRICT~LY~~"m"OD- '
crn house. 2212 9th ay S. Inquire on prem-i
ises.__ _' .. -..:... ; . .','..,......,.:: ■■[
FOR RENT— SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE" WITH j
bath-room, gas and gas range. Inquire 3241
4th ay S. , i -\
FOR "RENT— TEN-ROOM, HOUSE WITH '
modern conveniences; nice lawn, south side I
of double house. 1410 Stevens ay.
FOR EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,Bir27TH
ay NE, $10; near Central ay and "Soo" shops; •
will paper where needed. Finance Company, :
620 Temple Court.
NEWLY PAPERED~THOROUGHLY MOD
ern twelve-room house, janitor service. 722 -
6th ay 3, $45. Other houses also. .<■■:■'• '■
812 E laflTSTr 10-ROOM 'MODERN HOUSE, j
with chandeliers, storm sash and screens;
$30. Henry Weiskopf. -j - ; ; ..-. i
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
es In her house if she doesn't want them.
"Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 50c
per box at grocers' and druggists'. Convincing
testimonials on each box. ■ •"'-*' - •v'
CHADBOURN & BRAD EN, 21 4th st S, can '<
rent your property at once; reliable tenants.
ELEGANT 11- ROOM RESIDENCE; CENT- I
ral; easily heated; gas, electricity, screens, '
storm sash, hardwood floors, finish; large '
grounds; barn; open plumbing. 303 Globe >
bldg. _ _ j
A COMPLETELY MODERN AND NEW
house of seven rooms and bath, gas, furnace, i
city water, $25 month. * \
A first-class and new modern nine-room .
house and bath, nicely decorated and never !
been occupied, Sunnyside district, $45. •: j
Eight-room house and bath, barn in good ;
repair; inside 27th st S, $22. :?:
Another nine-room house, modern and hard- '<
wood finish, eighth ward, $25. '■ ■
Lane & Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix building.
MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE'oTH "AY S
and 26th st. Chase, 506 Bank of Commerce.
FOR RENT—MODERN TEN-ROOM HOUSE
and barn in good repair. 2746 Stevens ay.
FOR~RENT— OAK ST SE, NINE-ROOM !
house, hardwood finish, near the university;
one block from Interurban car. Gould, 315
Ontario st SE.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FURNISHED MODERN TWELVE-ROOM
house, new open plumbing, nice neighbor
hood; large barn. 2011 23 ay S.
23 . FURNISHED ROOMS ,
FREE "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad. .. : . ■. ..;."... . - , ... . -
FURNISHED ROOMS— 603 6TH AY S;
rent reasonable. ■ '■■ ■ .;,■-: , .^
FOR~RENT—FURNTsHEiTrOOM, gas AND
bath; private family. 307 Ith st NE. \
TWO FURNISHED SINGLE ROOMS. WITH I
closets in modern steam-heated brick block; i
half block from Brvn< Mawr car line- very I
low rent. 143 Lyndale ay N. .
FOR~RENT—NICELY " FURNISHED~ROOM
in modern steam-heated flat, all modern con
veniences; private family; gentlemen only. j
Address 4939, Journal. 1
FOR RENT— LARGE PLEASANT UN FUR- '
nißhed room on first floor with private ent- 1
ranee. 802 2d ay S. ,- :
FURNISHED~ROOM FOR RENT—IN MOD- '
crn flat; perfect heat; bath with lots of hot
water; private family. Address 4974, Journal.
ROOMS, SINGLE OR ENSUITE, FOR
light housekeeping; flat of three with rear
basement furnished, will rent- unfurnished; ;
central, modern; responsible parties only' '
4977, Journal. . r%':, |
YOUNG COUPLE, HAVING A HANDSOME i
modern corner flat, second floor, would rent I
spare room to single gentleman; walking dis- ;
tance; hot water heat; moderate price; fine
table board near at $4 50 per week. 4317, j
Journal. . .. . -• j
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT—FURNISHED~OR !
unfurnished, with steam heat; quiet for any
one sleeping ' through the day. - 41 „ Bth st S
flat_3.___ ■ ■■'- ■.■■-. ■ ;■■,■;...'
DOUBLE PARLORS, SINGLE OR IN. SUIT*
Board if desired. Also suite of two rooms,
second floor, for very light housekeeping or
with board. 201 11th st S. , ,
FOR RENT—A PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD
like to rent a large, pleasant, front room
house modern; easy walking distance. 1614
Harmon place. .' ■■-.■•".■•<
LARGE ROOM, IN MODERN HOUSE; SUlT
able for man and wife or gentlemen. ' Pri
vate family. References. ■ 1107 2d ay S. :
LARGE, HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
front room in strictly modern house, also
small room, with 1 telephone service . 922 6th
*V» S. ■• --'"■ •.»
GENTLEMAN WHO WOULD APPRECIATE '
neat, well-kept room in modern steam-heated |
flat, easy walking distance; rent $7. Address
5097, Journal. . . ■■•- - ■..••■♦:•;
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS" ; ;" '.. ';, I
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT
board; :. very desirable ■■ location; • terms very'
moderate. -■-■ 171 :E. Islam* j
THREE MODERN ROOMS AND ALCOVE
for rent. 147 Lyndale ay N.
FIVE ROOMS, MODERN, EXCEPT HEAT,"
first floor, one block from Central High
School, $20.per month. 1302 3d ay S.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMJTfOR LIGHT
housekeeping for adults, in good repair, sec
ond floor, No. 500 4th ay S; references re
quired. .., . . ■ , • . ' ;
FOR RENT—FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
' suitable for housekeeping, front and back
stairs. 583 Bth N. ■■■•■„■.-
OK UNFURNISHED FLATS
STEAM HEATED, EIGHT-ROOM FLATS—
$30 to $37.50. 1520 »th ay S. Chadbourn &
Bra-en, 21 4th st S. • _____ :
OAKWOOD—I6OO-10 3D AY S, STRICTLY
j modern seven-room apartments, walking dis
tance^ W. P. Mealey, 413 Bank of Commerce.
AT STH AY FLATS, " STEAM " HEATED,
every modern convenience; very desirable
good service, fine location. See janitor. 527
• 6th ay SE. \ .
FOR RENT—IF .YOU WANT A DANDY
| four-room flat for $12, all newly papered and
painted, look at 1000 E 22d at. C. L. Stacy,
I 200_6th st N. _ ;_ ■ -_^_
•'IN THE r NEW WALDORF"—THE~FINEST
six and seven-room apartments in the city;
steam heat, ; gas and electric light, tile and
marble bath rooms; elegantly finished; cor
j ncr Park ay and 18th st. See Vanstrum, or
| janitor. . : ..; ■ ____
| FOR RENT^FIVE" ROOMS" MODERN,
heated, detached bouse, all the conveniences
of'a flat with the privacy of a home; every
thing first-class. 1835 Bryant ay N.
! CORNER FLAT—NICOLLET AND 10TH;
good location for dressmaking and millinery.
AH modern except heat. H. E. Ladd, Andrus
| building. , ' " -
FOUR ROOMS—BATH, CLOSET, GAS; NO.
634 Aldrich ay N; half block from 6th ay car
line. Want party'as janitor at reduced rent.
H. E. Ladd, Andrus building. "
"FLAT —4 LARGE ROOMS, HARDWOOD
floors, open plumbing, bath, gas, water, fine
decorations, cheapest flat for the money, $16.
C. A. Qulst & Co., 109 4th st S.
$28—622-628 BTH AY S, "OSGOOD," STEAM
heated flat, six rooms; every modern conven
ience; ground floor; two lines of street cars;
easy walking distance; newly built. :,>.*'
CITY REALTY CO.. .
205 Boston block. L " ■■
Og FURNISHED FLATS s
SMALL, MODERN, FIRST-FLOOR FLAT,
nicely furnished, complete, for housekeeping;
fine condition, very central, with every con
venience. Also nice single rooms. 1019 Ist
ay S. ' ■ '■' :-■■'--•■■ ■■:■■ .'»-■' ■ ■ ■-■ -; '.■■
2*7 ''■'■>'?■>'. OFFICES
I OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nlcollet Inquire
| room 12. ■"--■' :- * i "" ■'•
'28": ' - -1» STORES <■'■'•• •"".
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG.
31 help~wanted^~male" ;
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS. '
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st 3.
A TONIC, JX'VENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness, 50c. Voegell.
YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA
tion - for-office work or business, go to the
Archibald college. Lake st, corner Stevens.
GOOD POSITIONS, AND GOOD SALARIES
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
School of Business, 54 3d st S. Enter now.
THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS"" ASSOCIA
tion will pay at least $4.75 a day to competent
machinery floor molders, ' and at least $4.50
to competent machinery bench molders,
union or non-union, to work in the foundries
or its members of this city. Address, -for
particulars. National Founders' Association,
box 410, Chicago.
WANTED—FIRST CLASS AGENTS, MALE
or female; big money for right parties. Call
at room 2S, Brunswick Hotel."
TAILORS WANTED—ONE pants AND
vestmaker and one coat maker. Call or ad
dres3 J. A. Larson, Sheldon, lowa. ■
GOOD RELIABLE SOLICITORS WANTED
for city work. Call Journal subscription de
partment. - ■■';--- - |
WANTED—A BAKER; YOUNG, SINGLE
man preferred; sober ant neat. Box 653,
Nortbfleld, Minn. . .. , ■ ■. \
GOOD BOY WANTED—AT CIRKLER'S
drug store, 602 Nicollet. -iv ■,■: :
WANTED—A YOUNG COMPETENT DRY
goods man, used .to trimming -and window
dressing; state experieaee-'' and salary ex
pected; Box 1697. Bralngrd, Minn.
r WANTED—A "REG'isfE^ED ASSISTANT
pharmacist; German preferred; salary $40 per
month; must understand wall paper, paint
and soda fountain. Burchard & Laack, Plain
view, Minn. ■. < . -.
'LfFIT OF PRESIDENT M'KINLEY" WILL
be ready as soon as they, are off the press.
We will ship from Minneapolis, which will
save time. If you haven't an outfit already,
send 106 to pay postage. Outfit free. Creore
& Nickerson Home Furnishing Co., 221 Nicol
let ay, Minneapolis, Minn.
SIGN PAINTER \ WANTED AT ONCE;
steady job; do other work when not letter
ing. Aply to C. C. Bowen, Crookaton, Minn.
WANTED—TAILOR COATMAKER AT ONCE
Will-pay city prices. Steady job for good
man. Address H. Stevens,' Montevideo, Minn.
WANTED—LIVE, HUSTLING "SALESMEN
in every county to handle our Eclipse Sack-
Holder. Exclusive territory. Big money for
active men. Until Sept. 29, call 2 E Lake,
city, or address The Eclipse Novelty Co.,'
Anoka, Minn. ■ ■ . . ,
BOYS, WHEN DID YOU SEE A DIAMOND
Fuel Co. cart last? Where was it? What num
ber? Who was using it? Tell us on a postal
card. If you help us to find a stray cart,
we will send you a present for your trouble.
Diamond Fuel Co., 1718 2d st N.
BOY WANTED— YEARS OLD. HEY
wood Mfg. Co., 420 3d st N. '
FIRST-CLASS TEAMSTER — GENERAL
work. Call at Pitts Brothers, 3004. Hen
SHIXGLERS, WITH HATCHET AND SAW,
at 2545 17th ay S, upstairs. ;
WANTED—YOUNG, ACTIVE MAN TO CAR
ry dishes for meals, at Golden Star Restau
rant. ..■■•■" -' . ■ ■
WANTED—A GOOD MAN ON STOCK AND
buggy washer. Steady work. 18 Royalston.
BOYS WANTED— '• ' ~~ ~~
Lloyd Mfg. Co., 1610 Central ar.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED. 50c; I
pants recut into 'style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the-Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
WANTED—AT ONCE, A GOOD TAILOR!
for repairing; no pressing. 225 Washington
ay N. H. Jansen. ,
ERRAND BOY AND STOCK GIRL, AT 124
13th st S. ■:•"■ • I_________
WANTED—A TEAMSTER TO HAUL WOOD
and coal; steady work all winter. Call at
808 E 36th st. j
WANTED—BOYS, 16 YEARS OLD, . AT
once. Apply at factory. Barnard-Cope Mfg.
Co. . -. ;■ ; .
TEAMS WANTED—FOR RAILROAD WORK"
at Muscatine, lowa, one year's job; free
transportation. National Employment Co.,
200 Nlcollet ay. -.- ■ :
WANTED—GOOD SOBER COATMAKER AT
4 E 26th st. __,
WANTED—YOUNG MAN, STENOGRAPHER
and typewriter to learn real estate and in
surance business, a permanent position to the
right-party; references required.. Address in
your own handwriting. W. L. Williamson,
Lisbon, N. P.. ■■■- ;
WANTED—IO,OOO ACTIVE AGENTS IMME~
diately to take orders for "Life of William
MciKnley." Memorial Edition. Graphic rec
ord of his whole illustrious career. Elabor
ately illustrated. Sells at sight. Best terms
to agents. Books on credit. Sample, enabling
you to make from $5 to $12 daily, by mail
postpaid. Free ■on application. Address
Globe Bible Pub'g Co., 723 Chestnut St.. Phil
adelphia, Pa. , - '■' ..
WANTED—DRIVER FOR LAUNDRY;
must have some trade and capable of getting
enough to" keep wagon busy; reference and se
curity. Collyers Steam Laundry, 249 6th ay S.
WANTED—TRUCK PAINTER GOOD
wages. Call 2424 4th st N.
WANTED—COACHMAN; MUST HAVE Ex
perience and references. Apply to North Star
Shoe Co. , - . j£
SEND~TO CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE
and Gregg ' Shorthand School, Boston block,
Minneapolis, for prospectus showing how
you can Improve yourself. ■ , .
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSl
tions; 9,889 appointments made last year;
probably 10,000 this year; common school edu
cation required for the examination; cata
logue of ' information free. | Columbian Cor
respondence College, Washington, D. C.
ANY PERSON WHO WILL DISTRIBUTE
circulars for $3 daily should address Standard
Co., 4 Wells, Chicago; steady position; no
SALESMEN FOR PEN CARBON COPYING
books and - other office specialties; fine side
lines; easy sellers; liberal terms; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., Dept. L, South Bend
Ind. - ; - '. ■:
WANTED—MAN (OR STRONG~BOY~~WHO
understands . stove work. Barette &'Co., rl2
E 26th st.. . -T ... ■ ■ ■■;■ ■■..■--'■■■-■>;■; r,,
WANTED—A~MAN~WHO KNOWS HOW~TO
black ; and set up stoves. Charles 'F. : Drury
1208 3d av_S. :-. " /:- ■ •-.. - ■■'*■:■ -■ ■„, : - :•:;? t ,.
WANTED—JOB PRESS FEEDER WITH
some experience. The Waterman :. Mfg." C 0.,:
313 ■■ Henneptn'" ay.. ■- - * : j
BOY AT DRUG STORE. APPLY 1012 HEN! i
nepin - ay. - ; ■ gataßfiMfflfißaMll M!l ifJJ'lF';': :' ■■ I
31 HELP WANTED-MALE
EXPERT STENOGRAPHERS ARE IN
great demand; prepare for these positions at
j Minnesota Normal School and Business Col-
Uege._s2s.7th st S. ' -- ■
JOHN WANAMAKER WANTS RELIABLE
agents to take subscriptions for Everybody's
Magazine, with New Census Atlas or clubbing
offers; great opportunity; experience unneces
sary; liberal commissions and cash prizes.
John Wanamaker, Dept. 162 A, New York.
STENOGRAPHERS ARE IN DEMAND. WE
teach stenography, penmanship, single and
double entry bookkeeping, entirely by mail.
Also French, German and Spanish. Write
for bookkeeping and language circulars. In
ternational Correspondence Schools, box 1663,
Scranton, Pa., or Guaranty Bldg, Minneapolis.
WANTED—JANITOR FOR CHURCH. APPLY
to CM. Torrance, 3315 Chicago ay. _
WANTED— MAN TO HAUL ASHES7~lN'
qulre at Elevator. 405 Nlcollet ay.
YOUNG MAN 18 TO 20 YEARS OLD TO DO
chores and take care of team. 816 4th st S.
WANTED—BRIGHT ACTIVE OFFICE BOY
with wheel. Call Wednesday morning at 8:30.
No. 4th st S, typewriter office.
ASSISTANT -JANITOR ' WANTED — ONE
who understands how to run steam plant;
Scandinavian preferred. Call at 7 p. m., 1324
Vine place. •
3111 11th ay S. '-_
WANTED—TWO JOBBING CARPENTERS,
at 423 2d ay S. Also boy to work by month,
16 or 18 years old. *
WANTED—BOY WHO LIVES AT HOME
and is willing to work. Hotel Vendome, 21
4th at S. ■■ -■■'■ ■■ ■ ■-•■■•■■■ ■■■ ■ ' -
CARPENTER OR CONTRACT
or, at once, to build a barn, 20x26. N. H.
Emmans. 823 Guaranty building.
A YOUNG MAN ABOUT 21, TO HELP IN
restaurant and billiard hall, fair wages .with
board. Address lock-box 42, Hutchinson,
Minn. .'' .. y ' , ,- ■-,:.
WANTED—COAT, PANT AND VEST
' maker. Good wages. Steady job. J. A. Lar
son, Sheldon, lowa, or Frank W. Greaves &
Co. . .. ___
WANTED— MAN TO ATTEND STEAM
plant in private house; ' references required.
The Misses McQahn, 21 9th st S.
WANTED—OFFICE BOY. CALL 512 AND
ruB building. ' :, -'■-■■./,
WANTD—AT ONCE, AN EXPERIENCED
clothing and furnishing goods salesman. State
salary and references. Bouquet & Son, Al
exandria, S. D.
10-YEAR gold-filled spectacles, $1.50; eyes ex
amined free. Ostrem, 329 Nicollet. upstairs.
GOOD POSITIONS AND GOOD SALARIES
are the reward of graduates of the Minnesota
School of Business, 54 3d st S. : Enter now.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PR&P
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
A GOOD "GIRL FOR GENERAL" HOUSE
work,' small modern flat and good wages.
59 Lyndale ay N, Groveland flats, flat 3.
THE ECLECTIC Business College offers thor
ough and practical courses. 4% Wash, ay S,
Mpls. Call; write or phone for particulars.
WANTED—LADIES WISHING TO MAKE $8
Jto $10 a week at home; something new in
decorative work; no experience necessary.
Also few to travel; exclusive territory. Call
and see work. Mrs. Umsted, 44 11th st N.
GOOD GIRL OR WOMAN TO WORK IN A
kitchen; $4 per week. Park Hotel, Camden
Place., 4143 Washington ay N.:
EXPERIENCED OPERATO~RS AND SEW^
ing girls to, make shirt waists, wrappers, etc.,
on power sewing machines; good pay and
steady work. Sterling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay
N and 3d st. second floor Hey wood building.
WANTED-^CHAMBERMAID." SIXTH AVE
nue Hotel, corner 6th ay S and Washington.
EXPERIENCED WAIST AND~~~SKIR«T
hands, room 5, 357 Wabasha st, St. Paul.
GIRL WANTED "FOR GENERAL" HOUSE
work. 2405 9th ay S.
WANTED—FOUR LADIES OF GOOD AP
pearance to demonstrate goods and take or
ders on grocers; good pay; steady employ
i ment. Address 4940, Journal.
! WANTED—A COMPETENT SECOND GIRL!
Call at 400 Ridgewood ay. _ —
GIRL TO DO i LIGHT, HOUSEWORK AND
take care of baby; no washing. Inquire 249
6th ay S, in laundry. ■' ■ *
SEND TO CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE
and Gregg Shorthand ■ School, Boston block.
Minneapolis, ■ • for prospectus showing how
.you can 1-improve" yourself. -j- ■-- :
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; only three In Tamily. " Inquire No.
1324 Harmon place.- ' '.. ■ ,-. ■ •.:
WANTED^GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family; no children. Inquire
1719 -»th ay S.-, .'.'.■■ •■:■■ , '
WANTED— TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work and care of children. 2915 Ist ay S.
WANTED—GIRLS, ABOUT 16 YEARS OF
age, to learn shoe stitching. Apply 1713 6th
ay- N. '-'.. ": •
AN EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER AND
bookkeeper. Central Gas Fixture Co., 518
2d ay S. . ■■■>.: .. . . -.. ■...■■
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; four In family._ Call at 2510 15th ay S.
711, E 17TH ST^CO"mPETENT~GIRL~FOR
general- housework wanted; small family;
modern house; good wages. . -.
WANTED—OPERATORS FOR FUR MA
chines; run by electricity; also finishers to
work on fur coats. Twin City Fur Co., 208
Central ay. - - - - "
WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family; swell flat; good
wages.- 59" Lyndale ay N. Groveland flats,
flat 3: ■ '■•■ _____ "
GIRL FOR LUNCH ROOM AND WOOD OF
flee. 300 2d at. 8. ; - ■ ____
WANTED—GIRL FOR general house
work at 321 E 25th st. ■ . ___^
WANTED—AT ONCE, KITCHEN GIRL. 226
7th st S. ••" . " ■£ i . ■
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In family of adults; good home. 1816
Portland.a v. ■ -...■
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 1604 Stevens ay.
GIRL TO ASSIST AT HOUSEWORK; NO
washing; good place for right girl. Call 3121
Pleasant ay. ... ■
GIRL WANTED—FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. 715 sth st S.
DINING ROOM EXPERIENCED
girl at once. "The Grill,". 308 Ist ay 3.
YOUNG LADY—DO YOU WISH to in^
crease your earning capacity, then attend our
evening school which, opens September 30th.
The Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty
en Gate Cafe, 7-9 4th st S.
general housework. Call 2815 Freeinont ay §-•
WANTED—AT,ONCE; A COMPETENT~GIRL
for general housework; small family. 2301
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. ■ - ■.
. . LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE.
We will have from 200 to 300 head of heavy
logging horses on hand at all times this fall
for our logging trade and will iiivite you to
look over our. stock for your kind. Barrett
& Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market St
I Paul, Minn. ' - ■,.,■-
i LADY'S COMBINATION, PERFECT SAD
| die and driving Kentucky mare, owned by
] Mrs. Edmund G. Walton; named Be'ulah. In
i quire .of John Hannan, coachman, 802 Mt
j Curve ftv. .. . .
j FOR SALE—ONE CAR-LOAD OF HORSES.
| Some nicely broke delivery, team.rs and
single drivers. F. X. Hofferman, Crystal
Lake. -.■■-. , ■
I FOR SALE— DRIVER; 6 YEARS OLD 7
j about 1,200; price $150. Also Stanhope and
j harness. 302 4th st S.
I YEAR-OLD COLT, WELL BUILT; $60
cart and Shetland pony; will trade. 1914
Central ay NE. --
FOR SALE— FAMILY HORSE, LARGE'
gentle and. trusty. Address Mrs. Savage'
1813 University ay SE. - '
FOR SALE—VERY CHEAP. 1,050-POUND
horse, 9 years old, good driver or worker
wilj exchange for cow. 4010 Chicago ay.
$50 TAKES MY 1.050-LB B"aY~MARE, NICE
looking and safe for", any lady or child to
drive anywhere, blocky build and easy keep
er, or will > sell rig complete, covered bueey
525. 4th ay SE. _ ■ . .
GOOD LIGHT , AND HEAVY LIVERY
horses , for sale cheap. Inquire Ives" Ice
Cream Co., 215 2d av.SE.
FOR SALE—A~SPAN OF CARRIAGE
horses, city broke; weight 1,500 lbs. S G
Woodward, 2016 Portland.
NEAT TRAP GOOD "CONDITION, USED BUT
| little.or exchange^ 2011 2d ay S.
RECEIVED THIS~MORNINGr OF
heavy drafters and general purpose horse«
some drivers among , the offerings: many
snaps. Frosty & Co., 12 ; 2d st N.
FOR SALE—FINE a PAIR BROOD MARES'
cheap. 616 E 17th st. City.
ONE WORK HORSE, WEIGHT~i72SOTLOST
his , mate, must sell ;■ call * morning ■or even-
Ing. : 1815 Clinton'av. ' , . ....-,
$40 BUYS : GOOD WORK v MARE, WEIGHT
1,300, sif ; taken at once; ' also ■ pair !of | matched
grays 7 years old, v weight 2,500; : $200, half time
if wanted. 2316 4th st N.
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
"THE FISHING FLEET IS COMING IN, AUNT JANE."
WHERE IS AUNT JANE?
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES— W'T'D
TEAMS WANTED—FOR RAILROAD WORK,
at Muscatine, lowa, one year's job; free
transportation. 'National Employment Co.,
WANTED—TO~BUY A COMPLETE RIG;
top buggy, hard rubber tire and good horse;
! suitable for doctor. Address £016, Journal.
weight 2,600 to 3,000. Curran, 2200 Cedar ay.
MINNEAPOLIS AMATEUR CHORAL— EV
ery Thursday, 4 p. m., Malta Temple, 243
Nicollet ay. Singing class for high school
and grade school pupils. . George H. Norming
ton, instructor. James H. Titus, superin
tendent. - v,' ". ■•
ADVANCED DRAMATIC ART.
Blanche Booth Studio. 28 12th' st N.
3(3 LOANS AND CHATTELS
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prcp
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe hide-
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy pa>ments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of
Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and Itij st.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
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.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROQMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building.
! MONEY LONED ON CHATTEL SECURITY;
large loans a specialty. Second-mortgage
loans on real estate. Terms the beat. Wil-
Ilams, 916 Guaranty building. ; -
37 LOST AND FOUND""
$25 REWARD—STRAYED FROM 1778 FRE
mont ay, English setter bitch, black and
\ white, tan on nose, name Flossie. Report to
I above number or to F. W. Mathews, Kasota
building. Tel. 1806-J1 Main.
LOST—PAIR GRAY UNDRESSED KID
gloves, Saturday night in New Store envelope; I
just bought; lost by poor girl. Please leave j
at Journal office for reward. ■
LOST—GARNET BUTTERFLY. PIN VAL
ued as keepsake, between 4th ay SE and Nic
ollet Island. Please return to Mrs. Wernich,
517 4th aY_ SBi : '■■ '■- : -
LOST—MARTEN BOA, SUNDAY AFTER
noon on Marshall ... between Fairview and j
Wheeler; finder please return to Professor ;
Berg, 1753 Marshall ay and receive reward.
WILL PARTY SEEN TO TAKE LADY'S
handbag from 6th ay car Sunday morning
return to Mrs. J. McDaniel, Hampshire Arms,
for reward, or keep contents and return
glasses to Meyrowitz, optician?
39 'medical ~~
$500 REWARD—DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN
ryola English Female Regulating Pills, the 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. 5 Charles A.
Drefs, Mfg. Chemist. Buffalo. N. Y. -
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady atter^ant.
MAGNETIC MASSAGE MANIPULATION;
porcelain, tub, vapor baths. Mrs. Dr. Stein,
27 _ 7th st. suite 200, St. Paul. . - :
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPEC
lalist, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
repairing, get an estimate from A. Swenson,
practical roofer, 807 Emerson ay N. 'Phone
■Main 2770-15. ■ .- ■■
NOTICE—THE MEMBERS OF MINNEAPO
lis Lodge, No. 270, B. L. of F., and of Levi
Lodge, No. 70, A. O. U. W., are urgently re
quested to meet at their respective halls,
Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 1 p. m., to attend
the funeral of their late brother, Elery W.
Saxe. By order of Committees.
NOTICE—SPECIAL PRICES ON FRAMING
and selling McKinley pictures. Fresh stock
mouldings, ovals, portrait frames; quick
sales; prompt service. Established, 1874.
I Zesbaugn, 11 sth st 8. ■ „
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 620% Nicollet. Telephone
64 LI; residence, South 433 J2. . Office hours,
11 a. m. to sp. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis. •
A TONIC, JUVENALIS.HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents graynees. 50c. Voegell
- 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,
Minn. ■ ,
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing 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 falls to relieve in 24 hours;
positively guaranteed; no ergot or pills; many
saved from suicide; ideal safe home treat*
I ment; mall $3. Dr. Jackson, R. C. 812, 187
\ Dearborn st. Chicago. j .
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Bradley's Face Wash > removes moth, tan,
freckles and pimples; 25c; sale Donaldson's.
i Olson's, Minneapolis Dry Goods. Agents ap
ply to Mrs. Bradley, 267 Dupont ay N. near
Western. ■ . . • -.
LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Ro
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mall; at
druggists. Chichester Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated.. Office,. Globe
EX AM NATION FREE.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED. ~"
Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured
quickly; ■ 40 years' experience." ♦ Dr. Wheeler,
Globe ■• building, : Minneapolis. ■-
A BAD 4 COMPLEXION NEVER GETS BET
ter of itself. > Doctor with . 9atln-Skin Cream
and Powder, gaining healthy skin. 35c. •
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $600
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrua bldg.
WILLIAMSON & MERO^mMJAMES^pT
Williamson and Frank D. Merciant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office. No. 629
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis
Minn.; branch office, room 52 McGIU build
ing. Washington. D. C.
REAL ESTATE— SALE
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
ay, issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
Call or send for our New Real Estate Lists.
LAUDERDALET& CO., 355 TEMPLE COURT,
will look after your property; we collect
rents, sell and insure for non-residents.
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Si GALE & CO., REAL ESTATE. _;
& DWELLINGS. gjj
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5* $750—2523 9th st S; house, six rooms; g2_
Si city water, cellar. 2
Si $1,700—3422 Columbus ay; house, ten 3
Si rooms; full lot, cistern, well, eel- 3
88 lar. 3$
88 $1,000—2423 loth ay S; house, 5 rooms; Si
Si cistern, well; lot 32x157 to alley. Si
Si $1,500—2815 3d st N; house, 8 rooms; Si
Si city water, barn; lot 42x157 to al- Si
Si ■ ley. , si
Si $900—208 Girard ay N; house, 6 rooms; Si
Si . woodshed, cellar; artesian water. gtf
Si $700—2004 Crystal Lake ay; house, six Si
Si- rooms; city water, cellar. - Si
Si $900— Girard ay N; house, 6 rooms; Si
Si woodshed and well. &
Si $2,700—83 Royalston ay, Oak Lake; Si
Si large lot; pleasant situation; house, 52
Si 11 rooms; barn, sewer, city water, Si
Si bath; eight minutes' walk from si
Si West Hotel. Rents, $25. 82
Si —2524 Bloomington ay; house, six Si
Si rooms and cellar; city water,- sew- Si
Si er, stone walk; lot 58x127 to alley. 82
88* $1,400—2620 E 24th st; house, 6 rooms; Si
Si cellar, cistern, well and barn. Si
Si $1,100—202 Girard ay N; house, seven si
Si large rooms; cellar, artesian water. Si
Si $1,300—2608 18th ay S; . eight rooms, Si
Si all modern. . : ■ ■ -Si
Si $1,100—2610 18th ay S; seven rooms; 58
Si city water, cellar, woodshed. x*
Si $1,200—2538 13th ay S; 8 rooms, city §2
88 water, cellar, sewer, stone walk. Si
S« $1,500—1832 Bryant ay N; seven rooms, zi
Si city water, cellar, woodshed, barn; Si
Si rents $15. •_
Si $1,000—2134 Irving ay N; six rooms, &
Si cellar, city water, stone walk; Si
Si rents $10; full corner lot. 82
82 $800—2208 James ay N; six rooms. gj
Si $700—915 11th ay N; six rooms; wood- Si
Si shed, cellar, well; two tenements. 1$
Si $1,000—200 Greeley ay N, near Wes- Si
Si .tern; seven rooms, stone cellar un- Si
Si der whole house; large barn; arte- *2
Si sian well. ■ ■ &
Si $9,000—1800 Vine place; fine modern «
82 house, 12 rooms; large corner lot; 88
fg very large barn; situation unsur- ' g2
Si passed. » #
Si All above will be sold mostly on time. 82
88 '-■ at C per cent interest, -f-f^i &
82 DWELLING LOTS. j|
88 Also will be sold, in the same man- Si
Si ncr, lots in Forest Heights, Sherburne $*
Si & Beebe, Calhoun Park, Marshall's 8*
Si addition, with < stone quarry, and in Si
Si Oak Lake good sites for flats, beside Si
Si other . lots worth looking at all 82
82 over the city. jg
Si BUSINESS GROUND WITH TRACK- ft!
Si age. Si
Si Fronting Western ay, near 12th st, 9-2
?2 just beyond railroad bridge and with- *2
Si in 100 rods of West Hotel, a block 88
Si with spur track from Great Northern Si
88 through the center alley, city water, Si
8, sewer and brick pavement in front. 88
82 Will be sold in parcels to suit and on 8*
Si very easy terms to persons buying to Si
Si improve. »Z
08 GALE & CO., §8
Si New York Life Building. 88
JOHN- L. NEAL,
623 BOSTON BLOCK.
$7,soo—Beautiful 11-room house, thoroughly
modern In every particular, fine lawn,
-Hennepin ay near S2d st; this is a
splendid bargain. ,
$7,ooo—Buys a magnificent house of 10 rooms,
.large east front corner lot, fine shade
trees; the location and property, are
strictly first clasa, two blocks from Hen.
—Splendid home of nine rooms, elegantly
finished in hard wood; this property is
nearly new, has a large barn, th_sid«
of Franklln^v, only one block fron?
Hennepin ay; one of the best bargains
offered in the city; look this up.
$3,ooo—For beautiful home on Clinton ay, in
side of Lake st, east front with good
barn; thoroughly modern; we will be
pleased to show you this property.,
$2,600 —Buys a beautiful home of eight rooms,
large lot; it is partly modern; this
property is certainly cheap; good terms;
on Ist ay S, inside of Lake st. V
$2,000— Buys large and beautiful home in
Forest Heights addition, with 10 rooms.
$1,100 —Neat 7-room house and full-sized lot,
east front, city water, Columbus sv.
$750—Eight-room house and two lots; $150
cash, balance monthly payments; Just
south of Lake Harriet; this is a snap.
$550 A neat home of five rooms, nearly new;
Queen ay and 33d ay N; half cash.
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF BARGAIN*
in houses, both for sale and rent. Lewis W.
Campbell, Pillsbury building.
FOR SALE— OWNER, 7-ROOM HOUSE;
desirable location, in eighth ward; cash pay
ment down, balance on time; a snap. 1853.
THE BEST, NEW, MODERN, SEVEN
room house in the city. Inside. $2,750. $300
cash, balance monthly, 6 per cent. W. W.
Clark, 313 Nicollet. - . ' - :
$4,6OO—NEW HOUSE, CORNER PORTLAND
1 ay and Lake st; cost'to build as follows;
Contractor, $2,641; grading, $72.90; -, Ce
menting cellar, ■ $45; - plans, - $15; venti
lating, $27.50; decorating, etc., $15; .
plumbing. $357.50 (incomplete); heating
(incomplete), $400. Total of house alone,
without lot, $3,633.90.
' I want to sell this bouse; it is new
and built by, day labor on honor. Terms,
$500 cash and $40 a month, with 6 per
cent interest." ■■ t
EDMUND O, WALTON. 300 Hennepin ay.
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