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why BOND^ Y & LEDERE R can produce American Vuelta tobacco,
used only in the TO M KEEN E cigar, to sell at 5c straight.
l e Washington Correspondent of the Chicago Tribune
writes:
, r
The secret has been
found out of how to
raise Cuba's delicious Vuelta tobacco here in America.
At the time when tobacco agriculture was paralyzed
in Cuba, Bondy & Lederer of New York, were in-
duced to experiment with transplanted tobacco
sproutsnot seed growths, but best young
Vuelta plants. Striking the same soit and
atmospheric conditions, Bondy & Lederer j^^^^^ .#
produce now, for the first .time^.ajto^ y^zsi^mm^
that is mild and delicious, that gives the smoker ahigh-grade artuie, having that "Java Coffee taste" peculiar to the
highest grade Havana cigars of the milder type. You will recognize the taste at once, and will appreciate this marked differ-
ence, whih would not be possible in a cigar at five cents, but for the saving of the immense duty. The phenomenal sale of the
TOM KEENE cigar everywhere pTroves that American Vuelta tobacco pleases nine out of ten smokers who know fine tobacco,
and note the difference between the cheap straw tasting fillers used by so many 5c "prize scheme" cigars now on the market.
Try a TOH KEENE cigar and it will be plainly apparent to you. If your dealer will not pay the price, buy in the next block.
Weum-Watt Co. 311-31 5
The Legislature.
RflatinsF.to lumbennen' s Uen so s t establish
time for iiling lien* between April 5 and May 1.
H F N28, GrahamAmending section 140,
ln\\s of 1901, relating to depositories for state
funds. Public accounts and expenditures.
H F 8&. Nolan, W. 1.To provide for the
maintenance of temporary floors fa buildings unj
dor construction and providing for enclosure of
shafts or hoisting machinery. Labor and labor
NEW F.OUSE BILLS.
H. F. 818. Kelly, J. B.Appropriating $1,000
for grading and improving park at Hastings
asylum. Appropriations.
II.-P. 819. Putnam (by request)Authorizing
-it councils to adopt any ordinance necessary
to prevent improper interference witn. or ancuoy
nrce to jjcholars attending female seminary.
Towns and counties. .
H. F. 820, Committee on RailroadsRepealing
chapter 165, laws of 1901, making it a misde
meanor for an employe accepting free fare to re
fuse to perform work. Advanced on general or
H. F. ^21. .Judiciary CommitteeAmending the
sixth division of epction 10, chapter 43, stat
utes of 1884, relating to express trusts. Ad
*-ancert to sreneral orders..
H. F. 822 GilletteAmending section 2647,
statutes of 1894, relating to the exercise of
eminent domain, so as to authorise railways to
use part of right of way of others. Corpora
tions. , ,
H. F. N2.'5. DowlingAppointing a commis
sion to investigate the advisability of establish
lug and locating a state school of mines and
npproprlntlns sj5X Mines and mining.
H, F. 824. Krostuel^egallztog newspapers
Txhlrh have failed to publish for two consecutive
weeks. Judiciary. .
H. F. 825, DowlingRegulating the letting of
contracts for Wanks and printed supplies and
stationery in St. I.*)uis county. St. Louis dele
H F. R25 ArmstrongAmending section 2,
'chapter 342. laws of 1889, relating to lumber
men's lions nnd fixing time for filing. Sam* as
H F. 827. Ioge and lumbe.
FT. 827, Committee
eS\l V.
0 R30, SandersAmending chapter 273,
laws of 1895, providing for the destruction of
wild mustard wild oat3, cocklrequest)Requirin e burr and burdock,
gH.CUF.U8Sl,
electors of villages to be registered before voting
at any general election. Elections.
II F 832, HindsProtecting Itasca state park
from forest fires and providing penalty. State
I ill , B!lH.'
AS* *
. Swanso n (by g
F. S3: . Fosseeu (by request)Amending
seetion 1, chapter 341, laws of 1901, so as to
authorise county boards to make allowance to
cTJunty superintendents of schools for traveling
expenses not to exceed $250. Education..
H. F. 834. Swanson (by request)Prohibiting
tbo selling or giving away of cigarettes. Ju
didsirs*
H. F. 835. ChinnockFixing salaries and comr
pensation of coroners and deputies in counties of
between 150,000 and 225,000 inhabitants. Ram
sev and Hennepin delegations.
*H F. 836, LemonAuthorising county com
missioners to employ persons to dollect personal
taxes not collected by sheriff. Ramsey, Henne
pin and St. Louis delegations.
H F. 837, Lemon (by request)Authorising
common councils to grade streets leading to parks
and parkways. Judiciary.
H. F. 838, Fust (by request)Relating to de
cisions of probate courts and providing penalty
for failure to make within a limited time. Ju
dlciftrv
H. F. 839, Gregory (by request)Amending
section 6034. statutes of 1884, relating to fore
closures of mortgages, . so as to provide that no
bid Shall be Considered, at foreclosure sale tor
less than amount of mortgage. Judleiarly.
H F. 840, GregoryAmending section )L,
statutes of 1894, relating to foreclosure of mort
gages same as H. F. 839. Judiciary.
H. F. 841, GregoryLegalizing acknowledg
ments of conveyances and other Instruments ana
the record thereof, when taken by members of
the legislature. Judiciary.^ - -
H F. 842, BensonAmending section 1. chap
ter 112, laws of 1883, relating to sheriff's cer
tificates of sale, so* that failure to eerye notice
on occupant shall not invalidate sale. Ju
diciary.
H. F. 843, .BennettAmending section 148,
laws of 1898, as amended, relating to organiza
tion of new counties, so as to provide for loca
tion of county seats by special election. yJu
H^F, 844, GilletteExtending authority of
rmbJUlc examiner to examine. books of city offi
cials to the city of Minneapolis. Hennepin coun
ty delegation. . . .
si* %
H F*845, Schroeder, A. M.Placing the man
agement and control of the state fair grounds
and the state fairs under the management of the
state board of control. Judiciary.
H F . 846KTyDergerIroviUln tor tlie elec
tion of shorthand reporters of the supreme and
' district courts. Elections. . -.
a r. 847, HaugenProviding that-taxes, aa
sessed against property shall be & perpetual lien
against it. Taxes nnd tax laws. ' y
- H F 848, JohnsonProviding for a weekly
stock train to be run on all railway lines in .
iMimtmi^ tftd.rWlJfefiJil? *&!UB!StiJiL*.lwM^M &SJSSS* *^?
If ft.
^v^M^-^^j^^'J^w^vry^r^^^^^^^^^^w
ona
rate not less than twenty miles an houR, Sub
stitute for H. V. 624. Placed on general orders.
BL F, 849, DorseyProhibiting bucketshops in
MinnesotaGeneral legislation.
H. F. 850, JacoksonProviding for the manner
of changing names of persons and for the regis
tering of such changes with the register. of
deeds. Judiciary.
H. F. 851MorleyCompelling the erection of
partition fauces, except between timber lands
not otherwise used. Agriculture.
H. F. 852, Gregory (by requeat)-^-Making it
unlawful to procure or attempt to procure the
discharge of any employe because he has en
gaged in a strike,, or require* any written state
ment as to any employe's personal records Labor
and labor legislation.
EL F. 853, Gregory (by reqnest)Relating to
the levying and collection Of assessments for
grading and paving streets and the construction
of sewers. Municipal legislation.
H. 5"- 854, SbeptirdAfklcin^ it a mtedeme&xior
to solicit aid or charity from any candidate for
public Office or to give any aid, contribution or
charity to any person or association. Elections.
H. F. 855, Anderegg (by request)Providing
an optional plan for councils for the consolidation
of rural schools. Education.
H. F. 856, WilsonProviding for the disinfect
ing and fumigating of street cars. General legis
lation.
H. F. 857, JacobyMaking it a misdemeanor
to abandon infants and establishing a reward of
$100 for causing the arrest or conviction of per
sons abandoning Infants. Crimes and punish
meats.
H. F. 858, JacobyProhibiting the sale of
splrltUOUH liquors within one-half mile of- the
state fair grounds instead of one mile, as at
present. Ramsey delegation.
H- F. 859. Gregory (by request)Making as
sessments for grading streets in cities of more
than 50,000 inhabitants void if such streets are
not graded within five years. Judiciary.
H. F. 860, GregoryEmpowering members of
the legislature to administer oath and take
depositions and acknowledgments in the dis
from which they were elected. Judiciary.
H. F. 881, SmithProviding for the publica
tion of proposed constitutional amendments in
three newspapers in each county for two suc
cessive weeks- immediately preceding the elec
tion and in pamphlet form, to be sent each
voter of the state six months before election.
Judiciary.
H. F. 862, HintonFixing $10,000 as the limit
of damages that may be collected for death by
wrongful act. Judiciary.
H. F. 868, Dowling (by request)Relating to
school meetiegs in common school districts in St.
Louis county. St. Louis delegation.
H. F. 864, FrybergerProhibiting judges and
clerks of probate in counties,of more than 160.-
000 inhabitants from acting as counselors or at
torneys at law in any proceeding pending before
them." Judiciary.x
A-
H. F. 865, BennettProviding for the carry
ing out of contracts and issuance of bonds for
toe construction of ditches in counties created
after the making of such contracts. Drainage.
H. F. 866. FultonMaking $35 the maximum
value of any animal killed because of tubercu
losis one-third of the loss to be borne by the
owner and twtf-thirds by 1fo state. Public
health.
H. F. 867, DcmingProviding for a special
commission of acquisition of Itasca state perk.
Public parks.
H. F. 868, RockneReapportioning the twen
ty-ninth senatorial district in Goodhue county.
Judiciary.
H. F. 869, PalmerMaking county superin
tendents of schools a non-partlzan office. Educa
tion.
H. F. 870, SmithProviding for the regulation
of private detective agencies. General legisla
tion.
H. F. 871, HiekeyRequiring banks to pay
i% per pent per year Interest on county funds
deposited in'them, to be paid monthly. Towns
and counties. ' .
K. F. 872, McCoU (by request)Making the
compensation for teklxifir- sua- insane person to a.
place of detention $3 per day and travel, to be
paid by the county treasurer on the order of the
probate court. Hospitals for insane.
H. F. 878, McCoU (by request)Making the
compensation of persons authorized to arrest in
sane-persons $3 per day and travel. Hospitals
for insane.
H. F., 874, Ramsey County DelegationEmpow
ering the common council of any city to fix the
maximum rates to be charged by any company
operating under any right, privilege or franchise
granted by such city. Placed on general or
ders.
H. F. 875, Bardwell and HelliwellRequiring
railway companies to maintain platform scales
at the metropolis of every eonnty ,of more than
50,000 inhabitants upon its line of railway. Ju
diciary. "' - \
H. F. 876, DemingProtriflitlng the taking of
Judfmenra for more than the difference between
the total amount due a mortgagee at the time of
sale, and the-original amount of the mortgage,
regardless of the price for which the property
was sold at the mortgage sale. Judiciary.
H. F. 877, SimonsAllowing the state drain
age -board to assume control and extend and
enlarge- any county flralnago ditcnes -constructed
or in process of construction. Drainage.
H. F. 878, YowgProviding that all fees for
notary comnrTssfons now received by'the ..pri-
vate secretary to. the governor shall l paid into
th* state treasury. -General legislation.
BL F. 87ft, Taylor (b.y request)Providing^ tha* t
'"
8ur
lien, debt or mortgage on- personal property
shall be brought unless the same has been taxed
at its full value. Taxes and tax laws.
H. F. 880, OfethunRegulating the charges
and rentals that may be charged or collected for
the use of telephones. Judiciary. . . .'
Taxation Amendments.
The senate Judiciary committee will
give a hearing to-morrow evening on the
taxation amendment Wlls. The house
bill is before the committee, also senate
-bills t Messrs. Alley, XKrx and "Wilson,
and the amendment drawn by the judi
ciary subcommittee and recently printed
in The Journal.
In Best Places
Without exception, at all the %
leading hotels and cafes,
Hunter
Whiskey
Stand s Foremost .
In its perfection of Age, Purity,
- Flavor it fills the need of places
whose motto is
"Only the Best kept here'1
WANTPagesl4andl5
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AUCTION SALES
ATXCTlONr-TTJEBDAY, KAB0H 81, WE WILL
sell at public sale, horses, milch cows, harness
es, wagons, seed corn and potatoes some
household goods. 246 28th ay N.
^w:- -ciAiEydYAiras v^:.xv
JOSEPHINE MARVTK GIVES NEVEB FAILING
information on business, speculation, invest
ments, love, marriage, divorce, reunites the
separated, removes evil influences, tells erery
thlng yon wish to know. 10 7th st 3.
EVENING, STREET AKZ FAHOY- TAILOS.
made gowns special attention to out-of-town
orders. Smith & Clark, 00 10th st 8.
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DRESSMAKING
'--rrTHE^iMINNEAPOLlS^OIJRNAi .^^ ' ^Wimw?
A pure "Havana leaf," grown in the
United States, and having exactly the
same characteristics of aroma and other
Buperlor qualities possessed by Cuban to
bacco is a prospect now being exploited
by the agricultural department. For a
long time the department has been search
ing for a soil area with, the requisite con
ditions Of climate in the "United States that
will*grrow a tobacco like that which dis
tinguishes the Cuban product in the choi
cest and most expensive Havana cigars.
The bureau of soils of the department
claims that such an area has been found
in Texas by Bondy & Lederer.
ANNOTINCEMENTS
NOXIOEPICTUKE SALE OIL PATNTINGS,
portrait frames and orals we frame pictures
cheap to keep busy. Zesbaugh's, 11 5th st S.
VOW OPEN FOB BUSINESS.
Joseph Silverman, Star Tailoring Co.'s oi
Udnal tailor, has opened bis own establishment,
fl% Hennepin Tailoring Co., with a fins line of
domestic and imported woolens. Gleaning,
pressing and repairing a specialty. 606 Hen
nepin av.
0OOOO0. O'OOOOOOOOOO
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
The North American Oloak Co., 720
Nicollet av, will open In a few days with
a complete and new line of ladies' cloaks,
suits, skirts and -waists, An all the latest
styles.
LADIES' AND GENTS' HATS CLEANED,
. blocked and reshaped at McDevitfs, 245 Hen
nepin av, second floor.,
ASSAYEB AND OHEMIST
ASSATB AMD AKAI.TSE8 ACCTrZLA.XEX.Y
made at reasonable rates 20 years experi
ence correspondence solicited. Dr. c. w.
Drew, 416-420 Century building, Mlnneapolld,
Telephone connections.
DETECTIVE ACrENOIES
McNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCYPROMPT
service best city references: most reliable op
erators business confidential price reasonable.
210 Kasota block. N. W., 2T80-JI.
rYEnra
NOBTH STAR DYEING AND TRENCH DRY
cleaning works 722 Hennepin av both, phones.
THE PANTORJUM, W. L. WALDB0N, PROP.
fancy dyer and French dry cleaner, renovator
of clothing for men and women two stores.
925-7 Nicollet and 680 1st av S. Both phones.
STAR TAILORING CO., 628 HENNEPIN AV.
Tel. 2791-J2, cleans, repairs and presses clothing.
MINNEAPOLIS DYE HOUSE, FRENCH DRY
cleaners largest and best dry cleaning house
In the northwest. 242 and 522 Nicollet.
oooooooooo
AND CLEANING
LADIES' TAILORING
MRS. BEHREN8, EIRST-0LA68 LADIES'
tailor and dressmaker, 925 Nicollet, Special
attention paid to party and confirmation
dresses.
MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA
chinery, largest stock in the northwest. North
ern Machinery Co., 217 Sd st 8, Minneapolis.
HOISTING AND OTHER ENGINES, MAOHIN
ory, belting,. boilers, pumps, heaters, radi
ators, pipe, fittings, and hose. The GU
more-Rollins Co.,. Minneapolis.
SECOND-HAND, ENGINES, BOILERS, IRON
and wood working machinery, radiators, rails,
beams, vaults, doors, etc. Harris Machinery
Co.. Minneapolis. Minn.
10o POUND E0R PURE LARD: ROLL BUTTER,
-18c and 20c: full cream cheese, 16c. The
Minnesota Dairy, A 7th st 8.
NOTICE TO AGENTSI HAVE WITHDRAWN
-my property, No. 818 25th av S. and 248 8th
av N, from the market. A. P. Hill.
f'r.r PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 929-985 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Minn. Branch office,
52 McGlll building, Washington. D. C.
NOTICE
STOVE REPAIRS
&EBAX&B S-OB. ALL STOVES. GREAT WES
tern Stove Repair CQ., 31g 'Hennepin a
REPAIRINGWE REPAIR GASOLENE AND
oil'stoves, lamps, carpet sweepers, lawn mow
ers, lofks. wringers, put new llnlDg in re
frigerators will repair anything. Shop 618
1st T. S* ljtl
North, Minneapolis, Minn.
MODERN CLOTHES AT MODERATE PRICES.
Hinshaw, Merchant Tailor, 627 Boston block.
LATEST STYLES IN SPRING AND SUMMER
suitings. Turnauist the Tailor. 616 1st av S.
FURNITURE^RERaSiD^al^REFINISHED,
mattresses renovated, dress boxes, corner seats
and cushions made to order. Furniture cover
ings of. all kinds. Both phones. C. A. Gustaf-
- Bon, 80S Nicollet.
Xt. BBEIHA SHEPAB.D, SPECIALIST, EIS
eases of women. Office, 4OT mcoiiet. Tele
phone, M 659-J2. Office hours, 1 p. m. to 5
p. m. Consultation free.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
Irregular menstruation quickly cured*, forty
years' experience offices open until 10 at
night. Dr. Wheeler, Globe building, Minne
apolis. Telephones, N. W., Main 1758-J1 T.
O., 885. Good home for patients.
WOMEN'S DISEASES CURED. Call or write
Dr. Bly, 412 Nic. av, Sd floor new book, 25c.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 32V4 6th ST S, UP
Btalrs scientific massage. TMrcelai tub, cabinet
and sulphur bathe experienced lady attendants.
HAVE YOUR OLD TRUNKS EXCHANGED
for a new one at the.Bijou Trunk Factory.
CORNS EXTRACTED, 25c INVERTED NAILS
and bunions treated. Dr. Collier, 62 Syndicate
Arcade.
DOCTOR ^NELSON'S INVALID HOME, 8841
Nicollet av strictly private home for women
during confinement. Doctor Nelson's office,
3d av S and Washington.
VALUABLE ADVICE FOR YOUNG MARRIED
women or those contemplating marriage. No
drugs, appliances, medicines of any sort. Price
81. . Address Prof. Rudolph Grey, postofnee
box 897, Rochester, N. Y.
PE00 DE PINCH DANCING ACADEMY CHIL
dren taught free Monday, 4..to 6. Saturday. 2
to 6 spring class gents, 12 lessons, $3 ladles,
12 lessons, S2 satisfaction guaranteed. Kim
ball hall.
HYPN0TD3M TAUGHT BY MAIL, PRIVATELY
or in classes learn the power within yourself
and make life a success. Minneapolis Academy
of Science, 1722 5th ay S, Minneapolis.
A CANADIAN NORTHWEST FARMER BACHE
lor, aged 42, would marry a good woman who
understands the art of home making miss or
widow references given and required. Address
8243,' Journal.
WILL PARTY WHO BOUGHT LAMP DIS
Eetweenin5window
layed of 417 Washington av S, call
and 7 p. m., at above address and
greatly oblige $5 will be cheerfully given for
Information.
INFORMATION WANTED OF GEORGE W. Mc
Donald, a printer, who went to North Dakota
about twenty years ago. and is understood to
have published a country paper in that state.
Please address C. J. Paul, Guaranty building,
Minneapolis, Minn.
MISS DRT. MACK, MAGNETIC HEALER, MAS
sage, vapor and sponge baths quiet, airy
rooms open Sundays and evenings. 412 Nic
ollet av, room 15, third floor.
WE SHIP HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO COAST
points great saving in freight. See us. Twin
City Van Co., 6% 4th st N. =
WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS
WE^BUV^AMONDTOX'SADEIFOR^NE^W.
Wo pay casli for old gold or make into new
jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Wash av S.
CABH PAID for all kinds of household goods
don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market,^ 22, 24 and 26 5th st S. Tel. 1993.
CASH FOR OLD BOOKS IN LARGE OR SMALL
lots. Minneapolis Book Exchange. 229 Nicollet.
CARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS MADE UP FOR
Pacific coast big saving'in freight: see us
before shipping. - Boyd Transfer and Storage
.Co., 48 3d st S.
BOOKS, NEW AND OLD, BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Goodyear Book Co., 319. Hennepin.
HIGH PRICES, CASH, PALO FOR MEN'8
second-hand clothes and fur coats,-robes, etc.
send postal. 5556, Journal.
BEFORE SELLING OR TRADING YOUR
household goodB, m&ll card or TeU M 1815 L2
for es^. Lfadahl & Eiegre, 405 Wash, av S.
WILL PAY 90o PER 100 FOR A NO. 1 OAST
iron 55c per 100 for old stove iron, f.o.b. our
foundry. 2601 University av SE. J. W. Bryant
& Co. - -
T .
WANTED SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
stoves, carpets, hucaries, harnesses, etc., for
immediate shipment, pay more than local deal
ers. Send postal to 7264, "Journal.
PS^F*!apwwBrj
TAILORING
UPHOLSTERING
PERSONAL
MABC H
^ : .'r.^. '&'" stf^ *"-
I FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS f FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS
1902 MERKEL MOTOR CYCLEGOOD AS NEW,
S100 TAKES IT. L. PETERSON, DAZEY,
' N. D.
EGGS FOR HATCHING FROM PURE BLOODED
S. C. White Leghorns, 50c for 13 cockerels,
50c. 3124 Emerson av S.
EGG8$1 PER SETTING FULL-BLOODED
Black Minorca stock. 3531 10th av 8.
FOR SALEMIGHTY CHEAP, FURNISHED
flat, 426 Hennepin av, good location going to
coast got to sell call Sunday.
GASOLENE ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP
Fairbanks 22 horse-power, "White X4 faorse
power, Van Dusen 12 horse-power and Oles 12
norse-power: feed mills, all sizes, for sale
cheap Northway, 9x18. 2 pair high, etc. Ad
Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn^
FOvance R SALE-^A SET OF JEWELER'S T00L8 AT
3528 Colnmbm av - call Sunday."
WHIPS, WHIPS$600 WORTH JUST RE
ceived, IOC up through rawhides, 50c holly
sticks of all kinds, at the reliable harness
man's,- A. G. Schlener, 15 1st st N.
FOR SALEONE 20-HORSE TUBULAR BOILER
with stack and connections, also 17 horse au
tomatic engine a bargain. Hull & Blntner,
317 2d av S.
FOR SALESHOW CASESHANDSOME
plate glass show case, steel outside counter
show cases, oak and nickel frames, 6, 8 and
10 feet, latest styles uptight show cases,
best of condition, large size classes. Also
Hall's safe, nearly new, 23x23x36 inches high.
Inquire Art Dept., New Store.
0000000000000000
WANTED. o
A live storekeeper in each town for o
exclusive agency of a high grade bread, o
shipped dally by YE OLDE TYME o
BAKERIB, Minneapolis, Minn. We o
have enlarged our shipping department o
and all orders will have our most careful o
and prompt attention. ' Write for terms o
and prices. -o
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BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE YOUR HOUSE
bold goods at H. Bown& Co.'s, 44 7th. st S.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 241 HENNEPIN.
Buy, -sell, rent, repair all makes. Get prices.
RENOVATING, REPAIRING, REFINISHING
(making over mattresses and furniture), fur
niture dealers and undertakers. Both 'phones.
-RainvUle Bros., 17 to 23 Nicollet island.
SUITS sponged, pressed while you wait, 50a.
Star Tailoring Co., t2 Hennepin. 2791-J2.
FOR SALEELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERA
tor, one four-pole 50-kilowatt, 110-volt light
ing generator first-class condition. This ma
chine may be inspected at the plant of the
Electric Machinery Co., 14th av and Tyler st
NE, Minneapolis.
JOURNAL PAPER ROUTES FOR SALEVERY
desirable for high school or university boys.
Chamberlain Bros., 46 S 3d st.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND LUMBER, DOORS,
windows, brick and other- building materials,
very cheap. Corner 8th st and 14th av S.
WOOD, DRY, 82.50 TO 83.50 FCT. BLKS, $2.50
cqal $6.50 to $10 Plymouth Lumber Co., 4 Lum
ber Ex. Phones, N. W., Main 717-J2 T.C.,2807.
FOR SALESECOND-HAND BILLIARD AND
pool tables billiard tables repaired a large
stock of cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etCi
Brunswick Balke -Collender Co., 245 2d av S,
Minneapolis.
SEEDSFRESH STOCK GARDEN AND FIELD
seeds just.received our lawn, seed is .the best.
J. H. Smith, hardware, 214-216 Hennepin av.
EGGS FOR SETTINGPURE BLOOD WHITE
Wyandotte, Giant Hunter.Scbultz strain, rose
comb, 75 dozen. 8416 Humboldt av S.
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES, AT COST: WILL
ship for examination No. a Remingtons, Kam
monds, Williams, etc. H. A. Marsii, receiver,
13 Kasota block.
PARQUET FLOORS, LOWEST PRICES.
OLD FLOORS CLEANED AND REP1N1SHED.
HURLBUT & SON, 11 7th st N.
DESKSSAFESA LOOK AT OUR WINDOWS
will convince you that -you might have over
looked a bargain prices discounted. L. B.
Waugh Co., 318 2d av S 360 Jackson st, St.
Paul. -
HOUSEHOLD FURjeTITURE ENTIRE OR SEP
arate pieces , call 2003 4th av S, room 21.
FOR SALELARGE QUANTITY OF GOOD SEC
ond-hand lumber at Minnehaha driving park.
FINEST LOT OF IMPORTED GERMAN CANA
ries in the city. Great variety of song birds.
Can please everybody. Prices right. G. M.1
Haynes, 2325 Washington av N.
COMPLETE BARBER OUTFIT VERY LOWj
and now in well-located shop that rents for $0
a month. . 714 - Boston. block.
FOR BALECHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEM
brshtp make me a bid for'lt. . Address 7655,
Journal.
ALMOST NEW UPRIGHT PIAito AND MOD
ern furniture tor ?*- room flat for sale tor/
'cheap for cash. ^5132 Lyndale av S.
30 , 1803 . "mM^:?vWWm
v m f^ '^"s^"^\
Enormously Incrtitiff:
vaiua In a popular ^~^
priori product* ^ t
SECOND-HAND RADIATORS AND VAULT
doors, in good condition. Harris Machinery
Co.. Minneapolis, Minn.
PIANOSTWO UPRIGHT PIANOS, GOOD C0N-
dition, $90, $125 $5 monthly. Foster & Waldo,
36 5th st S, corner Nicollet.
PIANOBEHR BROS. PIANO, BEAUTIFUL
walnut case, good as new, price $42o, non"
$205 $8 monthly. - Foster & Waldo, 36 5th st
S, corner Nicollet.
FINE VIOLINS.
Pure silver wound G and genuine Italian
Violin strings. Rose & Savler's, -43 etb. st S.
GET OUR ESTIMATES FOR PRINTING YOUR
business stationery first-class work up-to-date
methods. Hall. Black St Co., 829 Hennepin.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS ON RENTAL$3
per month and up good work and prompt ser
vice guaranteed by our superior facilities and
natural interest in the reputation of our ma
chine. Remington Typewriter Company, 4tb
st S, Minneapolis. Telephone 1382.
FOR SALECHEAP, DISSOLVING STERE-
OPTICON WITH MOVING PICTURE MA-
CHINE ATTACHMENT. OK tt'lLL SELL
SEPARATE ALSO SET OF 52 VIEWS.
FILMS, VIEW CASE. FOR PARTICULARS
ADDRESS BOX 399, PLAINVIEW, WABASHA
COUNTY, MINN.
FOR SALENEW QUARTER OAK DRESSER
and dining room extension table also second
hand refrigerator aud writing reak. 132ST Vino
place, second floor.
SWEET PEAS, NAMED VARIETIES, 4c PER
ounce, this week only. The Seed Store, Prior
Seed Co., 209 5th st S.
EGGS FOR HATCHING FROM PURE BLOOD
etl S. C. White Leehorns, 50c for 13 cock
erels 50c. SI24 Emerson av S.
WILL PARTY WHO BOUGHT LAMP Dis
played in window of 417 Washington av S, rail
between 5 and 7 p. m., at above address and
greatly oblige $5 will be cheerfully given for
Information.
FINE DROP-HEAD SINGER SEWING MA
chine, $20 large White, for dressmaking, $12
Singer, $5: Domestic, $4.50 all kinds repaired.
Lynch, 919 Nicollet.
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST EXCLUSIVE
stock of office, store, restaurant, confection
ery, gents' furnishing fixtures, consisting of
showcases, counters, wall cases, tables, desks.
. chairs, scales, registers, coffee urns, window
supply fixtures, etc. Twin City Fixture Ex
change. 223 :id st S.
SAFES, SAFES, SAFES.
Largest stock of second-hand safes in north
west. All sizes, standard makes. Twin City
Fixture Exchange, 223 3d st S^
LATEST OAK SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
$15.25 White, $10.25 Household, $7.50 Do
mestic, $5.25 Domestic, $3.25 ^acriaee sale.
Elmer, 710 1st av S.
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, 12Vic CHOICE
creamery butter, 23c dairy, 15c. 17c, 20c. 22c
choice Rio coffee, 10c. 12i^c choice Japan tea,
2."c English Breakfast, 25c extra straight
flour, $1.55. New Butter Store, Sl 7th st S.
SAFES AND DESKSWE STILL HAVE SOME
of those astonishing bargains, in desks making
room new and old safes of all kinds. L. B.
Waugh Co., 318 2d- av S 360 Jackson st,
St. Paul.
WALL PAPER, 2c PER ROLL 15c PAPER,
7ViC\ 12i/ic papers. 6c ordinary sized room
papered complete with choice gilts and glim
mers. $3 smoky walls cleaned, 75c to $1.50
painting and tinting. Baker. 124 5th st S.
Both 'phones. Opposite N. Y. Life building.
FOR SALESo POSTAGE STAMPS IN ANY
quantity from $5 upwards at 2 per cent dis
count. A. W. Latham, T. C. Tel. 2230, 207
Kasota. block.
FOR SALEGROOEBS 3?X^^E GXJ^SS BB
frlirerator. 3%x5 feet to display fresh ber
r!ef etc. cheap. E. Nagle & CO., 818 Nic
ollet. .
SAFEST BOLLERSTAND^HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods moved nnd stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers col-,
lectlve carloads for the coast a specialty.
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co., 46 S 3d St.
THE M. P. D. DEI1VERS PACKAGES IN CITY
10c, St. Paul 15c. 619 4th st S both tels. 1503.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Large and commodious vans for moving expert
packers for storage or shipment. Office, 200
Nicollet av. Tel., both lines. 120S Res.
'Phone T. C . 13324.
DISTRIBUTERS TO DEALERS.
Continued.
MOVING
BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERn/uo/as KAIB,- XOUS, ETC, CERVA.
nently removed by electricity. Miss Holllster.
, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand o* the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
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