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SATURDAY EVENING, DECE^IBEK 21. 1901.
A Complete Catalogue of the People's Wants on This Page Today
31 HELP WANTED-MALE
Continued.
WANTED— HUSTLING SALESMAN TO
travel In Minnesota for coming year for well
established house. Jesse H. Smith, 37 Con
gress st, Detroit, Mich.
DETECTIVES— LOCALITY; GOOD
salary; experience unnecessary., Interna
tlonal Detective Agency, Milwaukee, Wis.
WANTED—EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS~TO
tack signs, distribute -circulars, Bamples, etc.
No canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
GENUINE ELECTRIC MOTOR; RUNS LIKE
an engine; size 4x4x5-ineh; complete, with
battery, $1.25. Novelty Electric Co., 920 2Sth
ay 9. :-'-i: -'
A TED -MAN CAPABLE OF TAKING
charge of the mechanical end of a country
printing office. Must be a good compositor
and able to take care of the ordinary run of
job work. Address, until Sunday, $053, Jour
nal ,:,,•>.
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSl
tious. 9,889 * appointments made* last year;
probably 10,000 this year. Only common
school education required for examination.
Catalogue of information free. Columbian
Correspondence College, Washington, D. C.
WANTED— MEN TO WORK IN
shipping department, at once. Barnard-Cope
Mfg. Co., 4th st and 2d ay NE.
ESTABLISHED HOUSE DESIRES THREE
straight, wideawake specialty salesmen; good
line, territory and terms. Address 8074, Jour
nal.
WANTED — -CLASS STENOGRAPH
«r; must write well, furnish reference and
have a. year or two experience. 5127, Journal.
WANTED—AT LEAST 15 STENOGRAPH -
ors and bookkeepers <-v.v secure positions
readily by writing Expert National Agency,
St. Paul, Minn. ___
WANTED— .V YOUNG MAIN WHO 11A
graduated from high school, who wants to
learn the land business. Reply fully, 8129,
Journal.
WANTED—A CAPABLE ASSISTANT In
credit department. Application should give
particulars fully. 8130, Journal.
THE TEXAS GEYSER Oil* CO. OFFERS A
splendid investment on Page 17.
WANTED -AT LAMOURR, N. D., A BAR
ber, at once. R. W. Campfleld.
WANTED-COMPETENT" MAN FOR HARD
ware store; must be a good bookkeeper; state
age, experience, references, nationality and
salary wanted. Address 8000, Journal.
DAY AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic
Business College, 4">_ Wash, ay S, Minneapolis.
Graduates assisted In securing position's,
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS— THOUSANDS
of appointments to be made. Examinations
Boon in every state. Circular 143, giving full
particulars, Bent free. Write for It to-day to
"National' Correspondence Institute, Washing
ton. D. C.
SALESMEN CAN MAKE \SU\ INCOME; IS
years iv connection with any other line with
out risk or cash investment. Hull, 154 E 23d
m, New York City.
WANTED—SAMPLE DISTRIBUTORS 10
manage business; either sex; good pay. En
close stamp. Sr. Clair Remedy Co., South
Bend, Ind.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN—SCHOOL BUP
country work; $100 salary and com
inisßions. X 0. Evans &• Co., Chicago, 111.
YOUNG MAX, 20 TO -'.". TO "SELL OFFICE
specialties on liberal commission; permanent
position if successful; state education and
previous employment. W. M. Uean & Co.,
ivuluth, Minn.
SALESMEN TO SELL OUR GOODS TO
general stores, clothiers, druggists and gro
wers; fine side lines; big profits; catalogue
free. Modtl Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend,
Ind.
WANTED—TWO , HlX
lsts. used to light work. Also an apprentice
h'jy. MS Ist ay S.
MECHANICS QUALIFIED FOR ADVANCE
ment Our free booklet, "'Are Your Hands
Tied?", tells how thousands have doubled or
largely increased their earning capacity
through our 6pare time instruction by mail.
Write to the International Correspondence
Schools, box 1663, Scranton, Pa., or call day
or evening. Minneapolis office, Guaranty
Loan building.
1)RlTo CLERK. AT ONCE, FOR
country town. Give particulars, salary ex
pected. G. H. Haywood. Campbell, Minn.
WANTED-AN ASSISTANT ENGINEER.
Ciiv experience, age and references. 7527,
Journal.
RELIABLE CLEVELAND HOUSE WANTS
bright man as traveling salesman; general
store trade; energy, business ability and
salesmanship will .nrake position permanent.
Box 52. Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED—CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTORS; $6 i
per I,(XJO. Parisian Chemical Co., Newport,
Ky.
WANTED—A CUSTOM SHIRT SALESMAN';
man with experience preferred. Address
8101; Journal.
WANTED^-GOOD MEN TCTPLACE A GOOD
selling household article in stores. Byard '■
Mfg. Co., 313 Hennepin ay, Minneapolis.
TRUSTWORTHY PERSON'S (EITHER SEX) !
to do office work at 'home; no canvassing;
many make $10 to $15 weekly; particulars, .
etc., A. T. Little, Fail-port, N. Y. |
LO\VN Funke's, Lyon's and Allegrettl
chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S, 3d St. [
SI<r\VEEKLY7 >EMALE,~COPY
ing letters at home; send application. Peo
ple's Supply House, Chicago. -
CLEAR LOTS EXCHANGED FOR BUILD
ing material, carpenter labor, plastering,
stone or brick work, heating oi* plumbing.
Inquire of George C. Andrews, 1212 Guaranty
Loan.
BOY TO RUN PLAIN MILLING MACHINE;
steady Job. Globe Iron Works Co.
AT "once, men AND Women to make
$6 to $18 a week in spare time—no can
vassing. The wo»k is elevating and refining;
any one "who can read and write can do it
and earn money from, the start. H. A. Gripp,
German artist, Tyrone, Pa. Please <write and
send for work at once.
WANTED—A GOOD PENMAN; PREFERRED
with some Dllling experience. Address 8120,
Journal. -
WANTED— TRAVELING MEN, ABLE
to leave city and work In Minnesota; $18
weekly to start and all expenses; good route.
Address^ Manager, 300 Caxton bldg, Chicago.
SALESMEN WANTED — YEARLY CO\~
tract. Hustling, experienced, responsible
salesmen only apply. References and expe
rience required. New England Jewelry Co.,
lowa City, lowa.
YOUNG MAN, ABOUT 18 YEARS OLD, OR
elderly man, to da office work for the winter.
John J. Carroll, 41 Phoenix.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENt!
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
$1 BARNEY AND BERRY, SKATES AT 75c.-*«
W. K. Morison, 247 Nicollet ay.
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO~CALLTbR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25c.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
FIRST-CLASS SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR
general housework: 2831 3d st N.
GIRL WANTED—FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Call 935 14th ay S.
WANTED^ A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. filti 6th ay SE.
TEACHERS WANTED FOR GRADES AND
high schools, for work beginning after the
holidays. The Hazard Teachers' Agency, 732
Boston block.
♦ yi ♦ • "• ♦ -^xivixj.si-.^x^^^x^x^
♦• TOUR HUSBAND KNOWS BARNA- ■♦>
•♦■ BY'S GOODS are the best obtainable. ♦■
• ♦- • • ■♦ t ........;.
WANTED—A GOOD COOK AND CHAMBER
maid at once. 922 6th ay S.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
wcrk; no washing. Inquire 2617 16th ay S.
WANTED—GIRLS TO WORK* ON MANGLE";
also a starcher. Co-operative Laundry, 523
Ist ay S.
YOU CAN EARN BOARD AND ATTEND
Brown's Business College, Faribault, Minn.,
or take a thorough "home study" course,
graduate and be assisted to good position.
DRESSMAKERS" SEAMSTRESSES AND
apprentices, fit yourselves to fill our posi
tions as cutters or in families ait $1.50 to $2.50
per day. We teach you to cut, baste and
complete a garment for yourself or your pa
tron while learning to use the square, the
only method recognized by a tailor or those
practical In gurment cut. Cuts latest and
most graceful curves, being a direct improve
ment over all others In use. We guarantee
positions to all taking a course. French-
American Tailoring Institute, 407 Nicollet ay.
Phone. Main 2417 L 2.__ .
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eial housework; must be good cook and
waitress; good wages; references required.
Call at once at 180t> Park ay. second floor.
IT IS NEAR THE HOLIDAYS, BUT THE
Northwestern Dress Cutting School are still
enrolling dressmakers and apprentices in
their school, • paying $1 per day to appren
tices while learning the entire art of dress
making ' and ladles' tailoring, in all its
branches; the only school this bide of New
■York where one can advance to the highest
art of dressmaking; situations furnished from
$9 to $30 per week; write or call now. North
western Dress Cutting School. 728 Hennepin.
_lme. Bu Cttane. proprietor.
QQ HELP WANTED-FEMALE
Continued.
FULL LINE CHRISTMAS CAKES.
YE OLDE TV.ME BAKERIE.
722 Nicollet ay. I
WOMAN'S BAKING CO.,
1200 3d ay_S
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Call at 2001 Aldrich ay S.
WANTED—WOMAN, ABOUT 40, SOBER, IN
dustrlous, good plain cook, for family of
four. For particulars, write 451 E 2d Bt,
Wlnona, Minn. __
GIRL WANTED—FOR COOKING AND
housework; family three; nice place; good
pay. Call flat 9, 131 E 14th at, corner Ste
vens. Stocker. ]
AN INCOME OF $5 TO $15 WEEKLY CAN
be earned by any person able to write, to
copy letters at home and return to us. We
pay by the thousand. The Wagner's Supply
Co., St. Paul, Minn. '
WANTED—AT ONCE, WAIST AND SKIRT
hands. Henuepin Flats. ai. j
A COMPETENT COOK FOR SMALL FAM
ily; age, experience, references required. Ad
dress Look Box 417, Ada, 'Minn.
ANTED— EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
sLL aS once, Call at sO3_7th st S._
AT ONCE, MEN AND WOMEN TO MAKB
$6 to $18 a week in spare time— can
vasslng. The work is elevating and refining;
any one who can read anil write can do it
and earn money from the start. 11. A. Gripp,
German artist, Tyrone, Pa, Pleasa write and I
send for work at once. ■
WANTED—OIRL ABOUT 16 YEARS TO AS
6ist la light general housework; work easy;
man preferred. 3122 17th ay S. ■
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK
in hotel; one that can wait on table at noon
time. Sixth. Avenue Hotel, corner 6th a.v S
and Washington.
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A. D. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
CLASS INSTRUCTION IN DRAFTING AND
draping 1 given evenings for two weeks fol
lowing Christmas by experienced ladies' tai
lor; make appointments immediately. For
terms apply 622 Medical block.
STEADY HOME WORK FOR LADIES; THE
work is pleasant and will easily pay $12
weekly; experience unnecessary. Send self
addressed stamped envelop to Aurora Mfg.
Co., St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED-GOOD WOMAN OOOK. APPLY
1319 2d ux S. ■
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1015 Sth st_SE :
WANTED—COMPETENT "GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 334 4th st NE. flat 2. "
WANTED—DISHWASHER AND WOMAN TO
scrub. Niagara Cafe. 32 oth st S.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's -Qc socks, 10c; 7"'C night robes, 50e.
100 USEFUL TOOL CHESTS, $1.00 TO $25.
W. K. Morison, 247 Nicollet ay.
WIDMAYER & P REND ERG ASTT~4I4 3D ST
S,; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
robes, blankets, etc., bought, sold. Largest
line in city constantly on hand. Telephone,
Main 2702 J3.
SPECIAL SALE OF
$I.Horse Blankets—sl.6o.
American Tent and Awning Co.,
125 Ist ay N.
THE NATIONAL OIL REPORTER SAYS
good things about the United States Oil Co.
See page 29, issue of Dec. 12.
BROWN " & D ICKBY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on
hand all classes of horses. Logging horses
a specialty, and driving horses. If you want
a horse of any kind, give us a call.
"" HORSES, HORSES, HORSES.
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul,
Minn., have constantly on hand from 800 to
1,000 head of all grades of horses; part time
given If desired. The finest lot of heavy log
ging horses ever brought Into the northwest
I can be seen at their stables.
ONE LAND OR HACK; ONE ROCK
away; these carriages are in fine shape and
for sale cheap, on time. W. C. Buchanan,
113 E Lake st.
FANCY SPEEDING CUTTER, USED ONLY
three times and a beauty, for sale cheap.
Call 2200 Grand S, city.
GOOD CUTTER, BUGGY AND SURREY FOR
sale very cheap. Call 1519 Sd av"S.
FOR SALE—NO. i~FRESH~MILCH COWI
Will sell cheap. Call at 1828 2d_st NE.
FOR SALE—CHEAP; OR WILL TRADE FOR
anything I can use, nearly new Hamilton
speeding cutter;, cost $125.. Address S. G.
Thompson, Albert Lea, Minn.
POITSALE—SHETLAND PONY, BAY STAL
llon, 42 inches high, registered. Can be
driven single or double; is thoroughly broken
and a fine traveler. A perfect beauty; 4 years
old. Louis Fleckenstein, Faribault, Minn-
Central Market Harness Co—New and second
hand harnesses, collars. Repairing, lowest
prices; whips, all rawhide, 50c. 625 2d ay N.
PORTLAND CUTTER, "GOOD AS NEWT
cheap. May be seen at 2606 Ist ay S.
LIVERY STABLE, STEVENS AVJ BE
tween 16th and 17th, with Qdrick house, for
$3,500, part trades. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nic
ollet. ■ ■ ■ ■ •
TWO-SEAT CUTTER IN FINE SHAPE,
with pole and shafts; cost $125; will sell for
£30. 12 E Grant st. .
BAY GELDING HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD,
Bangor-buggy, $40 harness, robes, blankets,
halter and whips; outfit cost $450; will sell
for it '00; party leaving city. Palace Stables,
& E i ; rant st. -
NEW CUNNINGHAM AND LANDAU, RUB
ber tired; will sell at a sacrifice. 12 E Grant.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 40 HEAD OF
1,400 to 1,800-pound draft horses that are right
out of work; prices reasonable. Frost & Co.,
12 2d at N.
FOR SALE—GOOD WORK TEAM, WEIGHT
2,400 pounds and sound; also one sound horse,
weight I.HOO pounds. 2024 4th st N.
COACH HORSES AND DRIVERS.
L. A. Legg has just arrived on the Barrett
& Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market with a
tew coach horses and speedy drivers.
FINE MATCHED CARRIAGE TEAM OF
chestnuts, weight 2,300, city broke, 7 and 8
years old; will make a fine coach team and
are good high actors; can road a good gait.
616 E 17th at. .
1,300-POUND SOUND FARM MARE, HOX
est and gentle, $60, 7 years old; one pair of
small horses, weight 1,700 pounds, young and
true, $35; will Bell separate or trade for some
thing to match my (big mare; cutter and good
open bu-ggy, $16. 2025 Jackson st NE, up
stai.r3.
34 HORSES, CARRIAGES—W'T'D
tii i^T^lT^ujuW^^a^'al^lbal^em'ent\
Men's L'Oc socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
APPROPRIATE Christmas Gifts at reasonable
prices. W. K. Morison & Co., 247 Nicollet.
NfED^TO~BUY~A~FAST~HORSE~>OR~A
driver; dark color; trot or pace; weight about
1,060 lbs; don't care if horse is marked low,
but must show a 2:30 clip; will pay good fair
price in cash; none but honest, responsible
dealers need apply. No. 7512, Journal.
HORSES BOARDED; BEST Or <"ARErREF~
erences given; timothy and clover hay for
sale. H. L. Bartholomew, 'Diamond Lake,
Portland ay and 58th st. Postofflce substation
No. 9, ■city.
WANTED—SHETLAND PONY AND CART.
State price wanted to 8011, Journal.
WANTED—A GOOD DRIVING HORSE IN
exchange for clear lot, and also 4-niontlis-old
collie pups for sale. 1614 4th st SE.
WANTED—HEAVY TEAMS FOR WORK IN
the woods. Apply 8 Ist st S.
WANTED— TIRE FARM WAGON;
two-seated buggy, pair heavy harnesses, sin
gle buggy, harness; all must t»e in good con
iitlon, cheap for cash. A., 5.,925 Ist ay N.
35 INSTRUCTION
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
CHAFING DISHES, 25 STYLES, $2?75~T0
:Ll W._K._Morison & Co., 247 Nicolleit ay.
SPANISH INSTRUCTION by native teacher.
Terms reasonable. Address 4224, Journal:
GREGG SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRIT
ing; join our new day class, beginning Jan. 6;
a rate of $7 per month given those who enter
on above date; thorough, individual instruc
tion; students assisted to positions. Gregg
School, 310 and 321 Kasota building.
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; best line in
;lty. A. P. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
36^J^NS^AND CHATTELS
THE^"?LY^I6TTH' VBXRG^
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
TEA and Coffee Pots, Baking Dishes. Prices
right. W. K. Morison Co., 247 Nicollet ay.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPI7i~
CATION ON FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES, WAGONS, FIXTURES, ETC.,
THE GOODS TO REMAiN IN YOUR UN
DISTURBED POSSESSION. OUR OFFICES
ARE SO ARRANGED THAT YOU CAN BE
WAITED ON QUICKLY AND PRIVATELY.
AND NO ONE BUT OURSELVES NEED
KNOW OF OUR TRANSACTIONS. OUR
PLAN 13 THE CHEAPEST, BEST AND
MOST PRIVATE IN THE CITY. CALL AND
BE CONVINCED. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN
CO., 601-602 GLOBE BUILDING, 22 4TH ST S.
Open Wed. and Sat. evenings until 9 p. m.
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. ,„.. / ,'
3(3 LOANS AND CHATTELS
Continued.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 606 Globe blag.
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL CO. "OFFERS~A
splendid investment on Page 17. "
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
MONEY TO LOAN.
i ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES.
WAGONS, ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE, AT
■ CHEAPEST RATES IN THE CITY. EASY
. WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
• STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED.
1 CALL ON THE OLD HOME COMPANY;
ESTABLISHED TWENTY YEARS. MIN
NESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY. 306
• BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, COR
, NER OF IST AY S AND 4TH ST.
i CUFF_L, 506 GUARANTY BUILDING, HAS
money to give away for notes on furniture,
pianos or good security. Easy monthly pay
-1 meuts.
37 LOST \ AND FOUND
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks. 10c; 75c night robes, 60c.
$1 BARNEY AND BERRY-SKATES AT We
I W. K. Morten, 247 Nlcollet_ay.
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A
j splendid investment on Page 17.
■ i CHRISTMAS VIOLINS AT ROSE & BAY-
I IBR'S. MET. MUSIC CO., 41 liTH ST S.
LOST— SCOTCH PLAID SHAWL NEAR
end of 2d st car line, Doc. 20. Return to 425
Contra! ay; $5 reward.
FOUND— SPECTACLES, FRIDAY AF- j
ternoon, in front of Journal building. Owner
call at counter, prove property and pay for ad.
; LOST—A MEXICAN LEATHER PURSE,
one that hangs from belt, containing $8.50.
Finder please return to 1308 7th st SB and
receive reward. ■
LOWNEY'S, Funke's, Lyon's and Allegretti
chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S, 3d st.
Best Xmao Dinner at the Guaranty f'i \
Best Xmas Dinner at the Guaranty "2
Loan Restaurant, 12:30-3 and 5-8 p. m. 8g '■
f.'. 88S8888i-BgS-SBSBB-8 _BS3BSBBgBBB)BSSSS2SB S3.
POCKETBOOK, BETWEEN 19TH
and 11th ays on sth st S. this morning;; $7
and meal ticket. Return Hotel Ireland, 1819
,>th at S.
39 ~~~~^SSiS^ZIIZZZ
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20e Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes. 60c.
100 USEFUL TOOL CHESTS, $-.00 TO $25.
W. K. Morison. 247 i Nicollet'av.
ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN I
ay; porcelain tubs, massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25c.
W. H. McCONNELL, profession7a.l
nurse, is at home, 1012 Nicollet ay, after a
long absence. Very __t of medical refer
ences. • • -'•-■■■■
LADIES, $500 REWARD FOR A CASE OF
obstinate suppression, any cause, my monthly
regulator fails to relieve; mail; harmless
vegetable, safe, sure; how long suppressed.
Dr. Jackson, R. Co., R 846, 167 Dearborn, j
Chicago. ;
OH HO, WEAK MEN, OUR IMPROVED i
Vacuum Developer guaranteed cheapest, best
on earth for sexual weakness, stricture,
losses, varlcocele, enlarges shrunken organs.
Particulars sealed. The World's Cure Co.,
Denver, Col. ■• ■
CANCER CURED AT HOME BY INTERNAL
treatment; no knife, plaster or pain. Book
and testimonials mailed free. Cancer Instl
tute, 121 W 42d st. New York. ■ ■ '
LADIES— HARMLESS REMEDY FOR
delayed or suppressed period cannot fall. Trial
free. Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
41 mYnnet^ni^pro^erty
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50c
APPROPRIATE Christmas Gifts at reasonable
prices. W. K. Mortson & Co., 247 Nicollet.
IF INTERESTED IN LAKE MINNETONKA
property, buy now; don't wait until spring;
prices are stiffening and it will bo sure to rise
in the near future. We carry the largest list
of lake realty and can suit any taste and
purse. "
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.
<$>$xSx*-<sx*^<«>
<•>. . JAEGER & TORELLE. .. ..;>
§. 310 Bank of Commerce. '. • „.•<§> !
<•> $300 for one of the choicest lots at &
•♦• Meadville Park; fine shore is at a pre-. <&.
<,♦> niium in this addition, and prospective <>•>
i<^> buyers cannot afford to delay securing <♦>
<j> desirable cottage sites ;'..;-; <&
<$> SPRING PARK—Seven of the 'best •♦>
<§> shore lots on the main lake for only <§> j
<♦> $1,200, or can sell five of them for <§> !
<*> $1,000, or three for $600. It is unneces-' <f>
<|> sary to say that this is a bargain <§»
<♦> which will remain on the market but <♦> i
<♦> a short while longer. <♦> |
® BELLEVUE—HoteI St. Louis; fine &
I <$> lots with commanding view .on only <♦> ]
<ih public street leading- to the lake be- <§>.
<♦> tween Deephaven and the hotel. <?> |
42 NOTICB •';;;
THIS PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's ZOo Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50c
CHAFING DISHES, 25 .'STYLE37~S277S~~TO
, $15.75. V.'. K. Morison &_Co_.__47_Nlcolleit ay.
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A
splendid investment on Page 17.
MUSIC BOXES AT ROSE~& SXVIER'ST"
MET. MUSIC CO.. 41' 6TH ST S.
i *Ji For tasty dressers, nothing equals *)£
' *Ji Barnaby'B Haberdashery. •£1
j liOWNEY'S, Filnke's, Lyon's and Allegrettl
I chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S, 3d st.
j NOTICE—MONDAY AND TUESDAY WE
will offer entire stock new and unclaimed pic
tures at reduced prices to sell them quick.
20 per cent off on framing pictures' after
Christmas. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
8283 88S88S53Ss8S£S8S88S88 88S8S8888i8£S88888 8888
£2 Best Xmas Dinner at the Guaranty *2
li Loan Restaurant, 12:30-3 and 5-8 p. m. gj
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44 - PERSONAL
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's Socks, 10c; 76c Night' Robes, 50c.
TEA and Coffee Pots, Baking Dishes. Prices
right. W. K. Morison & Co., 247 Nlcollet ay.
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
lof women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone,
: M 659 32; residence. South 433 J2. Office hours,
111 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shopard.
I WANTED—EVERY MAN AND WOMAN
I having kidney and bladder troubles to send
I their address for sure cure to 6507, Journal...
!TELEPHONE OR TELEGRAPH NAGEL*
1 the florist, for flowers for funerals, weddings
and parties. Orders from out of town will
j have special attention. 818 Nicollet ay.
' SHAMPOOING, HAIRDRESSING AND MAN.
| ieuring. All kinds of hair goods. Miss Ol
i sen. West Hotel Hair Store. :
I DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND
! Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing
' and private by appointment. Holcomb's
! Academy. 43 4th st S. ' ..- ■
!T. H. b'LY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
I diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing confinement: new book, 25e, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED. : i
Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured
i quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bid., Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE.
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, 680 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
j Minn. ♦
|WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
I fine furs for Christmas gifts, such as boas,
' ! cluster scarfs, muffs, etc. The quality of our
' workmanship is unsurpassed and our goods
are just as represented. Also a large stock
of fine fur-lined gentlemen's coats, very light
weight, suitable for walking or driving
A. REINER, I CUSTOM FURRIER,'
15 »th «t S. Open evenings.
'Phones: M. 2729-J3, Twin City, 1835.
, THE NEXT PURCHASE—LET IT BE UNIT
ed States Fuel Oil- stcck. See ad-vertts«ments. •
RELIABLE AND CONFIDENTIAL DET EC~
. tive work, in all its branches, for private in
dividuals and corporations, by the McNulty
Detective Agency, 208 and 210 Kasota block,
Minneapolis. ■ ... ■-„....
HAVE~RUGG MAKE YOUR XMAS PHOTOST
Now at 329 Central ay: up-to-date studio;
all negatives back for 20 years.
HAIR GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, DOLL
wigs, ladies' and gentlemen's treatment;
ladies' shampooing, 25c: face massaging,
• manicuring, children's haircutting...; Mme. De
Leo's, room 455, Syndicate Arcade. % Take ele
vator. ■ ■ _ .
MUSIC! MERRY CHRISTMAS!. LAST.OP
portunity on our special great Christmas offer.
Fifty private lessons, piano-vocal, for $5.
Call immediately. Minneapolis School of
Music, 64 12th st.S. Andreas Rohrie, director.
DR. LINDA~BURFTeLD'""PERRY,~SUQGE.<3
tive Therapeutics. 412-413 Globe building.
'Phone, main.33sl Jl. Treats all nervous dia
eases, men women and children. „ ,
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
44 U PERSONAL
Continued. .
DR. VAN DAMME, PRIVATE DISEASES
and irregularities of women. Room 608
Northwestern block, 322 Hennepin. Home,
with skilled nurse. Consultation free. -
; FULL LINE CHRISTMAS CAKES "
YE OLDE TYME BAKERIE '
' . 722 Nicollet ay. •
WOMAN'S MAKING CO
I 1200 3d ay S '
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL. CO. OFFERS A
splendid investment on Page 17.
VITALITY LOW, DEBILITATED OR EX^
hausted, cured by Dr. Kline's Invigorating
; Tonic. I Preen $1 trial bottle upon description,
1 of case. Dr. Kline's Institute, 931 Arch st
Philadelphia. Founded 1871.
<§> XMAS SUGGESTIONS: Barnaby's ties, <?>
1 <♦"> gloves, or smoking Jackets. ' ' <«>
<S>»»«x^x»«^>^<S ♦ • * • •■••• jx^s>^xg^>^
■ MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM"; CO
caine habit myself cured; will inform of
. harmless permanent home cure. Mrs. Bald
win, box 1212. Chicago.
DR. WYATT, LOCATED 16 YEAR 3 A.T 230
" Hennepin ay, has had 31) years of wonderful
success in curing men and women of all ccx
• ual, kidney, blood and wasting diseases. Visit
■ him or write him free and get aured.
LADIES, " CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PSN
• nyroyal Pills are the best: safe, reliable; take
. no other; rsend 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
: lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail at
, druggists. Chlchester Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa. j
MRS. BOND, " MONTHLY REGULATOR
. which has never failed; longest cases relieved
■ in two to five days; no danger; has had 1C
years' experience in using it. By mail or
office, $2. Advice free. All letters address
Mrs. E. Bond, 306 6th st S. Office hours 10
i a. m. until Bp. m. Minneapolis, Minn. '
ANNA~M.~GRISWOLD,~4I7 MEDICAL BLKT
Chiropody, manicuring, electrolysis for re
moving superfluous hair, moles, -warts and
birthmarks. Shampooing, face and scalp
massage.
: j CHIUSTMAS~"VIOLINS~AT~ ROSE & SAV
IER'S. MET. MUSIC CO., 41 6TH ST S. \
KIDNEY, BLADDER AND URINAR~Y
troubles cured; trial free. C. H. Rowan 4000
Drexel boulevard. Chicago, 111.
LADIES, TRY MY MONTHLY REMEDY.
Sa-mple free. Vitorg Company. Chicago.
AMIABLE, ATTRACTIVE WIDOW7~CHfLD^
less, possessing beautiful home and $25,000,
sadly needs husband's advice and compan
ionship. "Constance," room D, 404 Vine, st
Cincinnati, Ohio. , '
$88 «8S8S»«885888K«88 888388SB8SS<%&8!8!K 82*2
] *ii Best Xinas Dinner at the Guaranty fS
«2 Loan Restaurant. 12:80-3 and 5-8 p m *2
8888 88888888888888888888 Waag^gMßSlßßßß
Finest Perfumes and Funke'H, Lowney's and
Allegretti Bonbons. A. D. Thompson Drug Co.
SEND NO FOR A LIMITED TIME
we will send you free a large size package of
German Catarrh Cure, free, which will surely
■cure you of that ha/wking. spitting, dropping
in the throat, foul breath, etc.; same sent
with the understanding jou to pay for same
after 30 days' treatment if entirely satisfied.
■ Address Mfr. German Catarrh Cur©, 300 Cen
tral ay, Minneapolis.
HAIR l WORK—ALL KINDS OF' HAIR
I chains and hair work made after order, of
j your own hair. Send one 2-cent stamp and
I will send you the samples of ir. - hair j
work. Write to-day to Mrs. Hana Marks, j
j 1623_5th_et_ S, Minneapolis, Minn.
"MY LADY'3"^ TOILET IS INCOMPLETE
without Hygeia Skin Food. Feeds tissues of
face and bust, removing wrinkles. Clears j
skin of all blemishes. $1 per jar, postpaid. I
Hygeia Toilet ,Co., 22 Union block, St Paul,
Minn.
LOWNEY'S. Funke's, 'I>on"s and Aliegretti
chocolates. Tbomneon Drug Co.. Ist ay S.?»d st.
45 PATENT ATTORNEYS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; Tor- Night Robes, 60c.
$1 BARNEY AND BERRY SKATESAT
W. K. Morlson, 247 Nicollet ay. - -„
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
( attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing. Washington. D. C. ,
REAL ESTATE—FOR SAL*
4.7 IMPROVED
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50c.
100 USEFUL. TOOL CHESTS, $£00~TO $25.
W. K. Morlson, 247 Nicollet ay. ■
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
jay, issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
| Call or send for out New Real Eestate Hats.
GERMS AND SEDIMENT IN CITY WATER"
removed by Eclipse Filters: 310 3d ay S.
! ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. Hennepin
| Co. Abstract Co.. Albert Phelps, Courthouse. j
DbN'T~BE~AN~6UTSID~ER7~SA 7YS~AN~IN- '
; slder, regarding United States Fuel Oil stock.
See advertisements.
DAVID C. bell"investment CO., \
No. 11l S Fourth St.
$1,550—N0. 2820 Clinton ay; 7-room house; j
also barn; east front lot, 42x129; city
water and walk.
$1,700— Nos. 3422 and 8424 Grand ay; two
houses of . five rooms each; monthly
rental of $20; east front lot, 45x129; city
water in yard.
$3,500 —No. 2022 Portland ay; 9-room house;
also good barn; city water and sewer
connection; fine east-front lot, 48x123.
$850—No. 1618 Queen ay N; 8-room house; lot,
40x128; half cash.
. Call for Our Catalogue of Bargains.
ON ANY OF THE ABOVE.,
! Will pay taxes due Jan. 1. 1901. !
i $3,500 FOR A BRICK HOUSE AND LIVERY
j stable, on Stevens ay, between 16th and 17th
! sis. Would take part . trade. Nickels &
Smith, 311 Nicollet ay. _ ' -
THORPE BROS.,
y'■■'':' Andrus Building.
for SALE. CHEAP— :£ -. >
No. 2937 Bloomlngton ay; 10 rooms. Owner
wishes to leave city. Will sell for $2,100;
i $1,300 cash; assume mortgage for $800.
House. 8527 13th ay S; 5 rooms: lot, 25x128;
; chicken-house. ■ '
$I,ooo—House, 3409 Cedar ay; 7 rooms; lot,
43i4@128.
$I.ooo—House, 3540 11th ay 9: B rooms; city
vaterjn yard; lot ! _G3xl27 1 _ Easy terms.
WE HAYE ~TWO~CASH~CUSTOMERS~FOR
good modern houses in southwestern part of
the city, inside of 27th st. Has any one such
bouses to sell cheap? C. C. Taylor, 78 7th st S
?SS2B2.!2SS!B!2SSSSS2SS?JSS!£SBS2SSSS?:*2i2i?2J2SS?2
|| GOOD INVESTMENT. t*i
£* 601-603 EIGHTH AY N; BRICK •»1
•o ■ . „ - «o
?8 DWELLINGS; ALL MODERN; PRES- %
£§ ENT RENTAL, $47.50. j£
•' - *
f£ . . PRICE, $4,760. ||
& ANOTHER: FINE HOUSE, S3 ?2 i
?2 ■ ■ $
« ROOMS, -STEAM '. HEAT, OPEN ftj
X PLUMBING, LOT 55 BY 132; CLOSE «2
*i TO UNIVERSITY; COMPLETELY ?&
K-. , . - ■■ , «
& FURNISHED FOR ROOMERS; AC- S2
•o 5#
§£ TUAL VALUE $10,000; IT ALL GOES %l
■ ' ■ : *2
§| FOR $6,600. ' S2
3S' ; :-.••■ ■ •};
Si / $4,000 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE **
& " ......... S2
% FOR SALE ON IMPROVED RESI- S8
& **
$ DENCE PROPERTY, WORTH $9,000, g
f2 IN BEST PART OF NORTH MINNE- h ;
8 apolis. '. :'. £8
•|■'•;!■ '■ = • ■ -■■ ••' »j !
*2 GEORGE ODLUM. • S2
j& ' PHOENIX BUILDING. *2
S2 82
•o , »o
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$3,OOO—FINE RESIDENCE, ON LAKE ST^
near Lake Calhounr nine rooms; all modern:
open plumbing; hardwood finish; in excellent
condition. This Is a gem and a great bar
gain. City Realty Co., 205 Boston block.
| NEW- MODERN HOUSES AND VACANT
property southeast; $18,000 investment, pays
8 per cent, half cash; $20,000 makes first pay
ment on flat building- paying 11 per cent;
$6,500, improved farm near Faribault. Inquire
Gould, 407 Phoenix' building. -'' ■■ _■
FOR SALE—FINE EAST FRONT LOT, FRE
mont ay N near 30th; one on Emerson, east
front, walk, water, sewer, trees, - $325; price
goes up after January; fine east front lot,
Perm ay N near 22d, $175 until January: wild
lands and farms, 'Minnesota and Dakotas; if
you have real estate anywhere, send descrip
tion and price;-I have cash buyers for bar
gains. A. D. Eads, 410 Guaranty building.
MAKE US AN OFFER.
The owner of the following property desireg
to close out all of his Minneapolis property.
No.. 406 W.26th st; 9 rooms; barn; lot 33x150.
No. 3838 Grand ay; 9 , rooms; arranged for
two families: barn. ' ,
1821-3 2d ay S; 8-room dwelling-house and a,
two-story brick store building. -..!
. . THORPE BROS.,
Andrus Building. I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Continued.
THE WILLARD ORCHARD CO. IS PLANT
ing a 2,000-acre orchard of apples, peaches
and pears, in Arkanaas, which is better than
California because near markets. You can
secure an interest in this for $3 a month.
Call or write. 29 sth st S.
for RELIABLE ABSTRACTS. call ON
the Title Insurance and Trust Co.
STETSON GUITARS AT ROSE & SAVIER'S.
MET. MUSIC CO.. 41 6TH ST S.
8888 N8888&888&*g&!3 «»S^SSBSSBBBS^SBBBgBBBB !
8« LAUDERDALE & CO., J.
8« " ' 355 Temple Court. Sg
*2 W. H. & F. W. Lauderdale, J. R. Sloane. Si
% Real Estate, Rentals, Loans, Insurance. X
% Watch this Advt. for snaps and in- z»
♦„' vestments. ; Jg
?« $1,900— Good house; large barn and %
88 sheds; on 11th ay S, near Franklin. 1%
%i $3,3oo—Large brick house, modern; lot 8,
% • 50x150; east front; Ist ay 45, near'fg
Ei loth st. .. . «S
% $1,875—7-room house, modern but heat; $
?g east front; rents for $17; 9th ay S, 8g
Jg near Franklin. ... »g
82 $490— good lots, on 22d st, near f;i
S 25th ay S. ■ \ -■- -- . -go
Si $275 each for lota on 21st ay N, near Zi
S. sth st. .. g^
888$ gSgj^SggSBBBBgSSBSSBSSasSBg3gBSBSBgBSg 8888
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; best line In
city. A. D. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
<s><s^s><e><s><e><*><e><s><^^
<?> IF HE appreciates quality, his Xmas *>
<«> gift should come from Barnaby's. <$>
WHY PAY RENT OR INTEREST WHEN THE)
Home Co-operative Company, a copartner
ship, will furnish you mo >ey to pay off your
| mortgage or buy a home In any locality and
j give you 16 years and 8 months to pay it back
at $3.35 per month without Interest? Inves
tigate our plan.. Beardsley & Heldt, district
managers, 256 Temple Court, Minneapolis, and
803 Chamber of Commerce, St. Paul.
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A
splendid Investment on Page 17.
4£ UNIMPROVED
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50e»
APPROPRIATE Christmas Gifts at reasonable
prices. W. K. Morlson & Co., 247 Nicollet.
WALRATH REALTY CO., 609 PHOENIX.
$290—Lot, Elliott, 26th st, sewer water, walk.
$1,000 —Large east-front corner, Sunnyeide.
$I,loo—Snap; 149 feet, near Hennepin-27th.
$1,000, $1,100, • $I,Boo—Great bargains; Blais
' dell's addition.
$1,000, $1,200, $1,500, beautiful lots, Elliott-nth. :
$700, $800, $1,200— of the Isles. Hummers.
<S> ■ <«>
■♦> LARGE 46-FOOT LOT, LYN- <►>
<♦> dale ay S, between 28th and 29th sts; <|>
<a> lies well above grade; sidewalk; elec- <•>
<f>. trie line passes property; west front; <$>
<?> good location for residence or small <♦>
<$> .business; lot 8, 'block 2, Chamberlain's <•>
\*> Addition. <♦> i
<§> - ; W. D. WASH BURN, JR., <§>
<§> 300 Guaranty building. <♦>
82 88oTO&S8S&i£g8S8S38 ?2S*S2SSSSSSSSS2S£?SSgBB
K2 PROSPECT PARK, LINDEN HILLS, 82
*« Meeker Island, Menage's 4th and sth, f£
?i Jewett's. 1 We have largest list, low 82
!Si prices, make easy terms. NICKELS *2
88 & SMITH, 311 Nicollet ay. 92
I 8J8S588aig*88S8!S8S88S8888a8SS8888888888888S88S
$300 EACH— GREAT BARGAIN: TWO LOTSi
! corner 19th ay NE and Monroe, 55x165 each:
j water In street. Will furnish money to
: build. C. G. Lester, Century building.
j FOR SALE OR TRADE—A CHOICE BUILD" |
ing lot on the corner of Aldrich and 36th ays
N: will take piano or .horse and buggy. Cyrus
A. Campbell, 533 Guaranty (building-.
DAVID C. 'BELL INVESTMENT CO.,
- • No. 11l 4th st S.
$75— One block from Minnehaha car line, south
of 35th st; size 40x160; $20 cash, balance
$5 per month.
—Stevens ay, near 35th st; east front lot,
42x130; city -water.
$525 — Kenwood, on Sheridan ay, just off
boulevard; southeast. front lot, 50x150;
city water, stone walk and gas; lies'
fine. . . ' . 1
Emerson ay N, between 14th and 16th
ay, size 47x154; sewer, water, stone walk
and gas.
Call for our Catalogue of Bargains.
: On any of the above
Will pay taxes due Jan. 1,1901.
AQ FARM LANDS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; 75c Night (Robes, 50c.
. CHAFING~DISHES~2S~STYE.ESrS2.7S TO
$15.75. W. K. Morison & Co., 247 Nicollet ay.
2.600 ACRES, BEGINNING FIVE MILES
from Altkin, $4 per aero; $1 per acre down.
Becher M.Hungerford, Aitkln, Minn.
A SPLENDID 500-ACRE TRACT, $7 PER
acre; easy terms. This tract is unexcelled
for fruit, farming or grazing. A bargain.
H. T. Sutton, Aitkin. Minn.
i IT WILL TAKE DOLLARS TO BUY WHAT
I dimes will now— are talking about United
I States Fuel Oil Co.'s stock at 10 cent* per
share. See advertisements. --" :'-.'
FOR SALE—ID~EAL~STOCK: RANCH, WEST-
I era North Dakota, 12 miles from Missouri
river; 480 acres; creek running thruogh place;
■water in Dakota is gold; good frame four
room house, barn, well and pump; four cows,
i pony, saddle, fine steel range; four miles
from postofflce. Chance of a lifetime. $1,000.
J. Neff, 83 Royals ton ay N.
THE TEXAS~GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A
splendid investment on Page 17.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, FOR FARM
or wild land, equity in down-town house and
I lot; best in city for flat building. 7960,
j Journal. ■ ,
IMPROVED FARMS IN NORTH DAKOTA, !
grain farms, stock farms and .ranches, farms
for general agricultural purposes; any size
and any part of the state; 'bargains in wild
lands Investors or homeeeekers; send par
ticulars of what you want and. Information
will be sent. 8. F. Sherman^, Tower City,
N. P. ■.-...- ..
FARM LANDS— SALE, OR EXCHANGE
for small house in this city, a choice SO acres
of splendid land in Polk county, Wisconsin;
no sand or swamp, but all ■good clay soil and
hardwood timber, close to store and cream
ery, near the new town on the new railroad;
has nice lake <|fcor». Cyrus A. Campbell, 533
Guaranty building.
WISCONSIN—37O ACRES, PEPIN COUNTY,
100 acres cultivated, balance meadow, near St.
Paul; price low. F. J. Percival, 1003 Guaran
ty 'building.
MINNESOTA— LAKE COUNTY, 1,200
! acres, $5 to $15 per acre; Polk county, '820;
I acres, $5 to $16; Norman county, 1,100 acres,
{ $9 to $13; Becker county, 1,400 acres, $4 to $9;
i South Dakota, Brown county, 400 acres, $4 t6
$8; Campbell county, quarter, $600; Edmunds i
county, two quarters, $600; Klngsbury county,
650 acres, $13 to $20; North Dakota, lands in
\ Walsh, Grand. Forks, Kidder, Dicker. Rich-
I land, Sargent counties, cheap. F. J. Percival,
I 1006 Guaranty building.
| A FARM AS A GIFT— FEW HUNDRED
| dollars invested now will secure 240-acre stock \
| farm on Otter Tail river, In the beautiful
park region, western Minnesota; 2,000 cords
j of wood cat this winter will pay for land-;
> i new buildings and stock. Write immediately
' to Lake Park Land C 0.,.419.„419 Phoenix. Minne
; apolis. ■■ .■ • •
: BEST YET—I6O-ACRE FARM; FRAME
! i house; 75 acres under cultivation; nice mead
'■ ow; timber; all fenced. Price, $10 per acre.
! ! Small payment down; balance on time. M.
1 S. Rutherford, Princeton, Minn.
i ! EIQHTY-ACRU FARM—SPLENDID clay
, | soil; house, 20x28; addition,. 15x20; good
. ! barn, granary, well; some . apple trees. This
j farm is located among thrifty German farm-
I ere. M. S. Rutherford, Princeton, Mian.
LOWNEY'S. Funke's, Lyon's and Allegrettl
chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S, 3d st.
j <♦■ OUR STOCK IS MORE COMPLETE <♦>
1 <<> this year than ever before. Barnaby. <£>
; j $TSO PER . ACRE, 8,000 . ACRES, MILLS
; I Lacs county. '
! $4 per acre. 1,000 acres', Carlton county. .
; $4 per acre, 2,000 acres, Aitkln county. .:.;■"
: We have a new list of bargains, just out.
! Write : for one. '
I MINNEAPOLIS REALTY CO.,
209 Bank of Commerce.
' " ; ■ FARMS FOR sale. .
115 acres, near Lake Harriet; good land.
Six-room house; large barn, etc.
' W. H. Perrott. 511 New York Life building.
FINE IMPROVED FARM, WRIGHT COUN
i ty, 4 miles from Buffalo; 360 acres; finest soil;
; good improvements; only $30 an acre; one
, half cash and 5 per cent interest; obtain
same on trade all around $50 an acre; will
i sell low; Investigate. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix
building. - '- ■■■■■■
, $26 ONLY AN ACRE, IMPROVED FARM OF
■ 300 acres; Austin, Minn.; cut five tons of hay
, to the acre; good improvements'; chance In a
lifetime. Hobart, Phoenix building.
SNAPSr-160 ACRES IN SOUTHERN minne
sota, 2% miles from railroad station, 7 miles
■ from three good towns; well and windmill;
good house, large barn, fenced in 40 acres;
lots; nice maple grove about the noun"; own
er non-resident; just put . this farm :on the
: market • to' sell quick. :- 160 acres I adjoining
Ashby, Minn.; Just outside incorporation; all
good plow land; no better coil In state; ele
• gant buildings: $6,000 buys this fine farm;
$3,500' cash, - balance easy terms. .' 160-acre
i farm fire miles, north of Lisbon, N. D.; ell
good land; 75 acres under plow; worth $3,000:
$1,600 takes this land; it must be soli quick.
Davis & Lowry, 817 Phoenix building
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
I •■ ■ _ I. I . .^ I . ..I. ■
FIND THE! SPORTSMAN.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Continued.
MINNESOTA, WISCONSIN, KANSAS AND
Wisconsin farms and lands, which we can sell
or trade and save you money. 1100 Lumber
Exchange. -^
50 ESTATE—EXCHANGE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Socks, 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50&.
TEA and Coffee Pots, Baking Dishes. Prices
right. W. K. Morlson & Co., 247 Nicollet ay.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR IM
proved or wild farm lands, 40 acres tested and
proven zinc and lead land, adjoining largest
producing mines in Missouri. Address 7969,
Journal.
CASH AND FINE LOTS, WELL LOCATED,
for improved city property.: Also fine 200
--acre Improved stock farm, near Glen wood, for
residence; eighth ward preferred. Dartt, 807
Phoenix.
TO EXCHANGE—GOOD HOUSE AND LOT
for vacant lot, close In, for storage purposes.
No objection to old building on lot. Address
postofflce box 421, city.
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Sock., 10c; 75c Night Robes, 50c.
$1 BARNEY AND BERRY SKATES AT 75c.
W. K. Morison, 247 Nicollet ay.
WANTED— POSITION lAN EXPERT
enced bookkeeper, stenographer and type
writer, references and testimonials furnished;
satisfaction guaranteed. Address C. A Pettis
Falrchlld, Wis. .
SITUATION WANTED—BY GOOD ALL
around baker and cook. A. H. Shrigby, Mon
tevideo, Minn.
WANTED—BY A MAN WHO HAS BEEN IN
retail furniture business, a position as trav
eling salesman for furniture house or general
merchandise. Address 7994, Journal.
SITUATION WANTED— BY MIDDLE-AGED
man, acquainted with managing help. Will
work reasonable for few months; clerking,
timekeeper or stock man. Address 7896, Jour
nal.
A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED OFFICE
man; neat, speedy and correct, desires em
ployment. 7783, Journal. • . . •
EXPERIENCED SPECIALTY SALESMAN
open for an engagement for 1902. Highest
references. W. M. French. 255 Hennepln ay.
A BOY, AGED 19, WANTS WORK FOR THE
whole winter. S. A. H., 830 9th ay S. ■
co : FEMALE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 60c.
100 USEFUL TOOL CHE-STS7~SI7(Xf f O $25.
W. K. Morison. 247 Nicollet ay.
A RELIABLE YOUNG LADY, WITHOUT
home, must have work; office work, copying,
writing, collecting or attending telephone. Ad
dress 8084, Journal. . -
WANTED—BY A MIDDLE-AGED PROTEST
ant New England woman, a position as man
aging housekeeper for widower or private in
stitution. Best references. Address Mrs.
A. R.. 912 State st, Springfield, Mass.
53 '"storage
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men'e 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
APPROPRIATE Christmas Gifts at reasonable
prices. W. K. Morison & Co,, 247 Nicollet.
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 at. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE— Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062-J.
56~^^orm^sa^7^c7^~
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
CHAFING DISHES7~2S~STYLES,~ $2.75 ~TO ;
$15.75. W. K. Morison & Co.. 247 Ntcolle-t ay.
STORM SASH • • •••• • • !
• •••••O*« VERY CHEAP
NORTHWESTERN SASH AND DOOR CO.,
113 Ist ay N. Phone, Main 1426 Jl.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c Bocks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
TEA and Coffee Pots, Baking Dishes. Prices !
right. W. K._Morison :& Co., 247 Nicollet ay. j
OLD GOLD and silver, bought or exchanged
for jewelry. S. Swanson, jeweler, 120 3d st _S.
"MUSIC ROLLS, AT ROSE & SAVIER'S."""
MET. MUSIC CO., 41 6TH ST S.
4 XMAS SUGGESTIONS: Barnaby's ties, <j> |
<$> gloves, or smoking jackets. <«> i
«s><S>^<s><s><^><«><3><Sxe><S>^>^^
LOWNEY'S, Funke's, Lyon'a and Allegrettl i
chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S, 3d st.
5g 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 th«
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993. -
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT, j
Men's 20c socks. 10c; 75c night robes, 50c. ■>
?1 BARNEY AND BERRY SKATES AT 76c. \
W. K. Morison, 247 iNlcollet v. •
CAR LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coast points, making a
big saving in freight; parties moving to the
coast should not fall to consult us. The Boyd
Transfer Co., 46 3d st S. ' : __
BOOKS, ALL KINDS. BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepln ay. ■'
THREE TIMES BETTER THAN THE BEST
are correct figures. United States Fuel Oil
company passing other companies lor fast
field work. See advertisements. <
THE TEXAS GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A
splendid investment on Page 17.
BEFORE SELLING OR EXCHANGING
your 2d-haud household goods, see j Peter
Keith, 115 6th st S t and get estimates. Tel.
3217-L2. : '"
CASH FOR PAPER BOOKS, school books and
libraries at Adair'a, 20 Washington ay S.
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; beat line In
city. A. D. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
<«> YOUR HUSBAND KNOWS BARN A- <8>
<♦> BY'S GOODS are the best obtainable. <$>
WANTED— PAY 60 CENTS APIECE
for two bright kittens, 6 weeks old. „ Maltese
preferred. Candidates will be examined at
room 218 Journal building, between 3 p. m.
and 5 p. m., Tuesday, Deo. 24, and at no
other time.
59 WOOD AND COAL
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 50c.
100 USEFUL TOOL CHESTS, $1.00 TO $25.
W. K. Morison, 247 Nicollet ay. ■-. ...
WOOD AND COAL—Best quality; prompt at
tention, lowest prices. Braden Trans, and Fuel
CO., 237 Hen., main 2076 Li, and 1535 E Lake. »
! 59_^__WjOOErAND^COAX^^^^
Continued.
MAPLE, $6.25; OAK, $5.25; LIGNITE, $3.75;
gang, ?1.7o; mixed, $2.25. H. B. Woodward,
110 Washington ay X. Tel. 2117-Ll.
FOUR-FOOT MAPLE W06b~5615 PER
cord. 405 4th st N. Tel. 1928-J2.
60 WANTED TO RBHT
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's_2oc socks, lOe: TJc night robes, 50c.
APPROPRIATE""Christina's Gifts at reasonable
| prices. W. K. Morlaon & Co., 24" Mcollet.
| YOUNG COUPLE WANT TWCTWARM FUR
nished or unfurnished rooms, with board.
Must be with private family, with no other
boarders, and within 14th st. Address, giving
price and particulars, 7709, Journal.
•« HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? «r
I kJ~ 1 make a specialty of renting and •£
I•« taking cars of all kinda of property, •£
*J2 managing estates, etc. I can save you •£
»Ji money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New •£
Vs York Life building. «5
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; beat line in
city. A. D. Thompson Drug Cc.M st, Ist ay S.
MAN Aft D \VI PK, NO CHILDREN, WOULD
like small, modern, ■well-furnished house or
flat for winter. Excellent tare would be
given same. Must b« reasonable. 805S,
Journal.
one~6r~two rooms for gentlemenT
wife and boy, near Henneptn and 16th st cr
between that and 5-th st. 8054, Journal.
WANTED—THREE 6r~~f6ull UXFUR
nlahed rooms, or small house or part of
I house, cheap, in any part of city. Address
I 8099, Journal.
I wanted"— f"or~sin tgle~gentleman, in
I neighborhood of Loring park, a nicely fur
; nished, modern room. 8082, Journal.
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
.\U>2Ts_2oc^ socks, 10c; 7oc night robes, 60c.
CHAFING" DISHES^~2S~STYLES, 12.73 TO
flfi.7s. W. K. Morlaon ft Co., 247 Xicollet ay.
WANTED— I3,OOO W~|MX)O~HOUSE HERE
in exchange for 40 acres perfect land, with
$2,000 house on It, adjoining towi of 2,600
people, 40 miles from Minneapolis. This farm
! hae a cash value of $4,000.
, Wanted—'Listing of good farm land In Min
nesota in tracts of 1,000 or more acres. Quick
inspection and report if price is right.
Wanted —For cash, houses, $800 to $1,500,
well rented, constant call by cash buyers.
Wanted—Lots or acres at bargain price In
good location; will pay cash. Marsh & Bart
lett, 324 Hennepin.
WANT TO BUY MODERN HOUSE, EIGHTH
or eleventh ward, for cash. Send descrip
tion and lowest price. 8024, Journal.
WANTED—GOOD FARMS FOR CLEAR CITY
property; improved and paying: 10 per cent;
will assume mortgage on farm if necessary.
George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix building. -.
WANT LANDS IN CASS, CROW 8
O Wing or Itasca counties for two large Q
g> lots, Lyndale ay, between Lake st and p
$ 29th st; frontage, 86 feet; adjoins large 0
O • stone building, corner Lake and Lyn- o
Q dale; good locality, flats or small ©
O store*; lots 9 and 10, block 9, Excel- 8
O sior addition. W. D. Washburn, 300 8
$ Guaranty building. 3
ESTATES ECONOMICALLY AND JUDl
clously managed. H. E. Ladd, Andi-ua build
ing, Minneapolis, Minn.
LOWNEY'S, Funke's, Lyon's and Allegrettl
chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S. 3d st.
53 MINES AND MINING ,
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 60c.
TEA and Coffee Pots, Baking Dishes. Prices
right. W. K. Morison & Co., 247 Nicollet ay.
ASKING FOR DIMES TO CARRY ON NEC
essary development work and putting dollar*
in your pocket for each share you hold in
the United States Fuel Oil company. See
advertisements. :■ ..,
GOLD MINE— 2 CENTS PER SHARE; DRlV
ing great drainage tunnel; will cut 25 mines.
References, engineer's reports and mineral
free. Lansford F. Butler, C 907-17, Denver.
THIS IS THE LAST SIXIEAGLES AD YOU
will ever see at 25c. Price goes from 25c to
60c in two days. Get your money in the
mails 'by Christmas or', you will be too late.
Six Eagles Alining Company, Loan and Trust
■building.
54 DETECTIVE BUREAU
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes, 600.
HOY'S DETIECTfVE~BUREAU—ALL BUSl
ne»s strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 514-615 Phoenix build
ing. Both phones.
g5
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Men's 20c socks, 10c; 75c night robes/60c
SI BARNEY AND BERRY SKATES AT 76c
W. K. 247 Xlcollet ay. ■ -
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored' or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel C 0..-46 34
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city.
10c; St. Paul. 15c. 15 7th st 8. Tel. 1526-I .<
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE -
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped.
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office, 200 Nlc. Tel. 1203: res, tel. 2234-L
DETECTIVE AGENCIES^
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Men's 20c socks; 10c; 76c night robes, 50c.
BAXTER'S Detective Agcy. Legitimate detec
tive work only; expert shadowing. 615 Tem.Ct.
57MACHINERY AND ENGINES
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Men's 200 socks, 10c; night robes, 50c
Iron-working and wood-workino
Machinery—Largest stook in the northwest.
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 3d at S. Mpls.
gg^^^^^E^SlON^^^^^
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Men's 20c socks. 10c; 75c night robes. 60a,
" R. B. HOSTETLER.
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 807, Boston blook. Minneapolis. Minn.
74 PURRIBRS ~~~
THE ' PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Men's 20c socks. 10c; 75c night robes, 60c.
FUR TANNER—FURS DRESSED IN FlßST
clasa order. H. M. Taubert. 625 Bryant ay N.
UNREDEEMED fur coats and overcoats half
price. Wm^Welsmann. 224 Washington ay S.
A REINER, CUSTOM FURRIER, SEAL
skins and fine furs to order; beat quality,
moderate prices; also a fine line of gentle
men's fur-lined coats, handsome, durable ana
light weight, beet in < the city. 16 9«il st S.
Telephone. Main 2729 J3. Twia CiUr. 183*
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