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REAL ESTATEI FOB-BAKE
45Q Temple Court.
|0,S0OGood, strictly modern, up-to-date 12-room
home, finished la the finest highly polished hard
wood and hardwood tloois, combination heating
plant! utotm ah and screens electric thermo
stat, watermeter, leaded and plate-glasa win
dows In fact, one of Jhe most complete, well
bullt, up-to date homes in the city, all on a
Bice east-front corner lot, 80*120 to alley, very
nice shade trees, small barn. This would make a
rery fine home for a doctor the location Is flue,
ear Park ay. If you are looking for an up-to
gate, complete, well built home, in flue location,
wi't fail to see this.
1)0 takes this sweet little home of four rooms,
rn. ehlckencoop, cellar, good well and pump,
Wqo lot, 40x1.23 to alley, east front, Minnehaha
Sir title this bargain good for flye
D,500Good new, up-to-date, flve-faijmy apart
ment house, five nice rooms in each apartment
good hot water heating plant for each apait
inent, In fact, each apartment is strictly mod
ern, hardwood finish and floois throughout, storm
windows and screens complete rents $110 per
month no doubt is too low and could easily be
raised, located In the yery nice part of the,
eighth ward. This can't be beat, inside of 2t$th
st, first time offered.
$2,900Look at No 3129 Oakland av. This is i
very nice all modern home, except the furnace
is not in, but the house is all piped for it. Bo
member, this is hardwood finished downstairs
everything in the finest condition gas fixtures,
window shades, storm sasjta. screens, attic floored,
fine lawn, laige lot, 45xiao to aiiej veae ytd
nil fenced. Occupants will show you through.
R.noo-Laok at 8501 14th UT 8. Fife-room
house and bam. good cellar and well three nice
lots, everything lu first class condition if
want a neat, complete home with three nice
lots then don't delay, but see this bargain at
once. Si.oOO for two good 0-rooni houses, good wen,
large woodsheds, line laige lot, each house rents
for $13 per month all In good repair, this Is one
of the best bargains on 17th av 8 near 20th st.
si,050l list thy ottered. Siv-uioni house, ilty
^ater, storm windows and scieens, rents JPl
per month, never vacant good lot. near Lake
st and Plllsbury av. This pays almost 15 per
$3,050One of the most elegant double houses
on 18th av S rents $45 per month hardwood
finish and Boors throughout, large lot, nil mod
ern except heat new house, bathroom best
nickel plumbing for each family. Big snap.
$5,00O-areat bargain, good two-family modern
house rents $45 per month lot 55xltK5 walk
ing distance 7th av S, near 10th st.
$5,000Lowry Hill bargain, new eight or nine
room borne, haidwood finish and floors through
out hot-water heat, built tor a home, within
thiee blocks of Lowiy Hill chinch and Douglas
school flrat time offered. Can't be beat.
$1,000 OnlyLook at 1307 22d av NB good
two-family house, rents $17 per month good
well, cistern, cellar, storm windows, screens
everything complete. Look it over. Will give
$5,000Rents $71 per month two stores and
two seven-room flats, all modern except heat,
good bam large lot, 52x124 to alley full
basement, never vacant, in first-class condi
tion occupied by same tenants six yetus first
time offered, owner lenving the state. Bhj
bargain. Well located on Bloomington av.
$3,500 OnlyJust think, for this nice 12-room
double house on Nicollet av all modern, bath
room best plumbing, toilet, closet, gas, furnace
separate for each family, Btorin windows and
screens complete, nice Darn, laige woodsheds.
In fact, as complete as possibly can be, all on
nice laige lot fronting on Nicollet av, handy
to all 1st av car lines This is certainly a
good Investment and tine location to live in one
apurtraent and lent the other. First time of
$1,250Good seven-room house large lot 21st
st S, near 14th av. This snap is good for five
See Paul Beuhler before you buy for fine, new,
np to-dats homes In any pait of the city, at all
piices. If you wish to make a quick sale or
bonow mono}*,ocall on him. O O
$6,60046x128, GIBAED AV S NEAR
20th st and Hennepin, 13 rooms, mod
$4,50044x123, W Lake st near Humboldt,
10 looms, modern except heat. Want
an offei for this.
$4,00042x105, i'lllsbury av near 82d stfc
eight rooms, modem, combination heat,
$8 50045x12') 4th av S near 33d, two
family bouse, 10 looms, modem
O $2,00015x120, Garfield av near 31st st
eight looms, city wnter, gas, bath,
closet, open plumbing, cellar, etc.
2,50044*11 3d st near 15th av S, nine
rooms, city water
11,00055xl4J, 15 23d st near 13th av
seven rooms cellar, well and cistern,
Houses at all piices. Ask for catalog.
Wnlter L. Badger,
300 Oneida Block
For an Xmas dinner in your own home
eighth ward, eight looms, fine finish,
first floor quarter-sawed oak and oak
Hoots ahades gas fixtures, mnge, man
tel and giate, sideboard, etc open
plumbing line hot-water heating plant
large east-front lot, near Como-IIairlet car
line, worth $4,500 cash. Will take
$8,500, immediate sale $500 cash will
WE ARE STILL FURNISHING THE
MONEY TO BUY OR BUILD.
ANY AMOUNT, ANYWHERE. ANY TIME.
Payments VERY EASY.
LESS THAN RENT.
CALL AND INVESTIGATE.
AMERICAN REAL ESTATE INVDT
MBNT LOAN CO..
602 ONEIDA BUILDING.
0O0OOOOO0 O O O 0
O $2,000^No. 2400 Irving av N, corner
of 24th. st and Irving a good six-room
noase. in first class repair- 1 yon want
a bargain, look at this.
503 Bank of Commerce Building.
0 FOR SALE85,600 A DOUBLE DWELL
0 Jnjj, well inside walking distance rents
0 for $600 per year in good condition and
location, a splendid Investment: better
0 than cash in bank.
9 O. M. LAUAWAY & SON. 0
408 Bank of Commerce Building.o
FOR $160 DOWN AND $37.50 PER MONTH
we ar able to sell (rental value over $30)
good party, strictly new, all modern seven
room house. No I051 2d av 8 water meter,
gas meter, shades, combination chandeliers and
eaitiful decorations in, bioom clean, windows
Washed, all read} for occupancy. Only a few
chances like this. Wisconsin Syndicate, 19
Washington av N
ANYT0NE~THINKI NG OF BUILDING"A HOME
or making repairs should look over our stocks
of lumber and other building materials, new
and old, end of building season and prices
way down. Northwestern Lumber and Wieck
ing Co., yards, 8tJi st and 14th av S, Wash
ington and loth avs N. Office, 100 Lumber
Exchange.. Buildings bought to be removed.
FOB SALE AT A BAKGAIN-^OWNER IPAV
ing the United States, all modern 8-room
house lot worth $4,000. Cash or terms. 2920.
FOB, SALE ON EASY TEEMS, OR WILL
build to uit, 8118 Thomas av N. Silbaugh
or Lauderdale Co. & Sloane, Temple Court.
'FOR LAND AtfD CITY SEAL ESTATE EX
changes, see O. A. Quist ft Co.. 202 4th at 3.
110 FEET ON 20th AV~, C0BNEB $8,000.
Lauderdale Co. & Sloane, Temple Court.
72 acres on fine lake. Otter Tail county,
bouse and summer cottage, barn, on public
road $1,200 don't pass this if you want a
home on the lakeside.
A. D. Eads.
S509 Bank ot Commerce Building
FOR SALE OR LEASERAILROAD
trackage, comer. 198x157 to 20-foot alley,
wltb exclusive railroad trackage, also con
0 venlent to depots, mills, etc Terms to
tuft. Thorpe Bros., Andrus imUding.
FOR SALE B'S OWNER, A MODERNS-BOOM
residence, with large attic basement and
laundry east front fine location on Portland
av, in a No 1 order ready to move into, worth
$6,000 will sell (or $4,850. $1,850 down, bal
ance payable on oi before at 6 per cent. Ad
dress F. S. M P. O. box 511, city.
HOT^WATER HEATING SYSTEM TWO
lots, house, corner 20th and Aldrich avs N,
No. 811 29th av N piped for gas 24 feet
sand can fill half cash, $2,600. Lauder
dale Co & Sloane, 355 Teniple Court
11,500NEAT LITTLE 5-R00M COTTAGE, BE
ing constructed one block from 4th av cars
40-toot lot finished hardwood and floors.
O. F. Sherwood,
118 Kasota BuUding.
S.E4X. ESTATEA NON-HESIDENT WISHES
to dispose of some of the best residence prop
erty in Minneapolis. Write me for list. Agents
need not write. R. ES. Kln*. 273 W 10th it,
18,000NEW NINE-ROOM HOUSE FOR TWO
families, city water up and down stairs $500
cash, balance on time. Also other property
cheap must sell. Pilgrim, si5 Temple coart.
HOME OF W7B70ATES,~C0RNER 86th AV N
and Thomas 70x128 feet eight-room flrat
class house $2,100, going onto farm. Lan
detdale Co. & Sloane, Temple Court.
MUST SELLMAKE OFFER EIGHT-ROOM
'house fine location corner lot gas, water,
i Mwar $700 will handle it long time on bal
ance. 2248, Journal.
A DEEP OUT
For a Quick gale.
$478For a large, handsome, east front
lot on Central av, near 26th av' NE,
that is 46x177 feet in sine all lm
provemanto ibe street. There is a
sure and Quick profit here.
101 Fourth St. S.
Six acres, flvo block from Lake Harriet, $173
acre, monthly pajinents, some timber fertile
soil, adjoining land bells lor $250
Lake Calhoun, live acres, finely wooded, only
$100 per acie last chance to secure an acre
Laigain near this beautiful lake.
$05 per acie, 320 acres of elegant farming
land, 4,000 eoids of maple and other wood
new bain and good house, 100 acres cultivated
only 14 miles from center of city. Remepib^x
it is choice.
Charles I. Fuller,
$80040x128, IRVING AV 8, NEAR 88d
$65084x128, Colfax av and 36th st,
$30012x120, Aldrich av. near 38th st.
LotsLotaLotsIn all parts of the city
at all prices
Walter L. Badger,
300 Oneida Block.
TCO LOTS AND NEW FULL BASEMENT ON
Jt lemont ay N, near 32d av, less than a block
to street care, school and. stores, price $755
Five fine dry lots one block from Penn av
N price 805 each.
Six lots on 2d av N and Penn. $100 each
for short time only. Joseph Lowry, 223 Phoe
Two or three acics, 15 minutes' walk Cam
den Place near school, fine land $600 just
half pi Ice for quick sale, the man falling to
get this misses chance of his lifetime.
A. D. Ends,
209 Bank of Commerce Building.
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, SEPARATE OR To
gether, three lots on Columbus av between Lake
and 31st sts, all street improvements In price
very low tor cash. Address 1 S. M., P. O.
$650FIVE 60-FOOT LOTS, NICELY WOODED,
Nicollet av and 48th.
113 Kasota Bulletins.
"OUT THERE IN KANSAS."
Do yo know that western Kansas Is on
the verse of one of the bijrgest land booms
ever seen la the west? Every thing now points
to this condition, and we stiongly urge you
to join our excursion parties, leaving every
Tuesday, and look over the country for your
self Kven if you do not Invest jou will
nnd the tiip will prove both profitable and
Prices of lands are still very cbea and
aie sure to double in a short time These
lands aie suitable for mixed farming, and
the climate is unsurpassed Prices range from
$0 to $8 per acre, very easy teims, 10 years
if deslied Wilte for full descriptive circular
and plat, or call at our office and let us show
you samples of corn and other grains raised.
Special milroad lates
Eastern Dakota Land and Loan Co.,
200-201 Northwestern Building.
TO SEE IT MEANS TO BUY IT.
If you have ou homestead right and |300
we can sell you relinauishment to 120 acres
OI nne well timberea hardwood land only
sevn miles from station in Aitkin county.
There la a good house nearly finished on the
land Piesent entrjman must leave Tingdale
Bros 307 Bank of Commerce building, Minus
|90 AN ACRE, 16 ACRES, SECTION 8, ST.
a 2,50025 acres, section St. Louis Park,
r-- S50010 acres, Hopkins, 12 out.2
q, &1.4004 0 ncrea ftobbinsdale,miles Osseo 1 miles
$50010 acres. Minnetonka Mills.
$8005 acres, 17th av S and 40th st.
Hobait, Phoenix Building.
OREGON FARMSI HAVE A LONG LIST OF
lmpro-ved farms in Linn county, Oregon, where
fruit glow Ins as well as gei eral farming has
proven successful without irrigation, ideal cli
mate and fine soil.
505 Temple Court,
ARE YOU LOOKING
For a home In Waid countv, North Dakota.
tfi\ miles from good town and improved farms
located thrnout the district. Good soil and
puie TViter by digging eight feet. Must be
sold at once. Price $200.
U. S Homestead Land Co.,
302 Nicollet Av.
CALIFORNIA GRAIN AND STOCK RANCH,
sKteen hundred acres, Colusa county, three
nunar^a acvea grain. land, eigtit miles
from railroad only $5 pei acre for quick sale.
Investigate. Wiite or call for our list. Pa
cific Coast Land & Colonization Co 601-2 Phoe
nix building, Minneapolis.
LANDSFOR SALE OR TRADELANDS.
We have some choice North Dakota and
Minnesota farm lands for sale or trade what
have yon got in the way of a paying city
business to trade for lands? See or write
Shippam & Son, 704 Phoenix building, Minne
SACRAMENTO VAXiX.ETT XaSLKJATEp FARMS,
$50 soon to be $500 per acre alfalfa, stock
and fruit. Write to Albert F. Brayton, 312
Fair Oaks st, San Francisco, Cal For a short
time to me here, 2704 41st av S, Minneapolis.
FOR SALEOROAS ISLAND, 160 ACRES, ON
East Sound Bay, 'west Bide, -waterfront, creek.
Improvements cedar and nr timber, Are
miles south of East Sound P. O price $800.
C. Bestman, owner, Newhall, Wash.
NOW IB THE TIME TO BUY A FARM WHILE
land is cheap, from $5 to $10 per acre, on easy
terms, take advantage of our cheap rate.
Raymond, Mausten & Co.,
420 Temple Couit, Minneapolis.
$85080 ACRES, FINE POTATO LAND, ON
Central av, nine miles from city, cheap at
118 Kasota Building.
FOR SALEA WELL-IMFROVED 80-ACRE
farm in Hamilton county, Illinois good pro
ductive land, also underlaid with coal. 140
acres, and other lands Address C. I. Draper,
F. No. 3, Wnjne City, 111.
$6 TO $9 FER ACRE, IN TRACTS TO SUIT
10,000 acres to select from in Aitkin and
Ciow Wing counties, Minnesota strong, rion
soil, delightful climate easy terms. Hemy
Troy, 502 Guaranty building.
GO TO NORTH DAKOTA TO SEE THE WM.
Brown company lands $7 to $12 an acre
fine 160 free Write for facts to Wm. H.
Blown Co., Mandan, N. D., or 131 La Salle st,
WESTERN LANDS AND TIMBER INVEST
ments tracts of timber from 160 acres to
40,000 acres some for exchange. Matheas &
Elwell, 807 Phoenix building, Minneapolis,
IMPROVED FARM, 80 ACRES CLAY SOIL
good buildings, windmill. A snap at $7,500
$2,000 cash, balance five years, 6 per cent. F.
Olney, Benson, Minn
FOB. SALE OR TRADE400 ACRES CHOICE
SOUtb Dakota land, our prices are love, cloe
to three good town9 Lockbox 12, Lake Wil
WANTEDLISTINGS OF GOOD PROPERTY
foi exchange. Eug ne Stebbiigs' Exchange
Apencv Speicer, Iowa.
CALIFORNIA HOMES bargains all districts.
Acres, $20 up Ft. Thresher, N. Y. Life.
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to Chicago, Denver. Spokane and Pacific
coast points, frequent shipments and lowest
possible rates. Write or call on The Boyd
Transfer and Storage Co.. 48 3d st S.
RECEIVED HEAVY NEW STOCK PICTURES,
frames, mouldings, ovals we frame pictures
chepp to keep busy. Picture sale, zesbaugh,
11 5th st S.
BOARD AND ROOMS
rooms, second floor, first-class table, compet
ent service modern telephones central. 410
ONE LARGE ROOM OR SUITE OS" TWO
rooms wltb bath, private family, steam heat
central location^ board gtyen. 2442, Journal
LARGE FRONT ROOM Alfc ALCOYETWITH
board easy walking distance to postoffice.
1121 1st av S, Collonade.
HOTEL "WAVERLT--SEE WHAT WE HAVE
before yon settle. Single, suites, private baths.
BOARD, WITH LARGS, NICELY FURNISHED
room in modern house. 825 4th av S.
Headquarters for largest stock in northwest:
fire and burglar-proof all slsea and make* BO O
feet show cases, wall cases, counters, scales,
all makeS big BtocU national registers, tables,
cbalra and-full line offioe fixtures. Iwln_Clty
Fixture Co., 223 8d st S. ^__
Largest assortment In city counters, shelves,
caseB, cash registers, pianos, Organs, wagons,
carriages, sleighs, 1,000 heating stoves of all
uia&es and siaes. new and second-hand turni
ture. It will pay JOB to call before buying,
at Ryan & LaDue's, 1027 Washington av 3.
of all kinds of apples to be sold by the barrel
at very low price delivered to any part Of
city prices ranging from $1.76 to $2.25 per
barrel, come and see us before buying etee
-where, do not misa the place. 54 Oentlul
market. 3. Kosenzweig. _____
PI4N0B--BAflA^B IN .SEP PIANOS FOR
this week. Terms, cash or $6 to $10 month
ly. One Huntington piano, $225, one Behning
piano, $269. one Briggs piano, $215 one Singer
piano, *170 one Baus piano, $210. Foster &
Waldo, 30 5th at S, corner ol fllcollet av.
STANDARD VlSIbL*. llrTPEWRITER
Writes In sight, tree trial on request also
bargains In second-hand typewriters of all
makes. Underwood Typewriter Co., 326 Hen.
Given highest award at St. Louis exposition.
SECOND-HAND FIXTURES, HALF PRICE, AT
1027 Washington av 8 counters, shelving,
showcases, store refrigerators, scales, cabh
registers, desks, safe, piano, organ, pool tables,
wagon, txnnUure, stoves, at bargains.
$150 takes very fine toned Vose & Son plana
We offer best values in pianos.
S. W. Raudenbusb & Co.,
RASE OPPORTUNITY FOR LADY OR OEN-YOUNeG
tleuian to buy small dry goods and notion
stock fine location no opposition. Only cash
deal consideied. Would lequlre ataout $700.
No attention to agents.. 2370, Journal.
NO. 4 SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER, $48
No. 6 New Century, $49, Pensmoie, $35, No.
8 Remington, $45, No. 7 Blickensderfer, $25
many othei bargains. Send foi catalogue.
Minnesota Typewriter Co., 15 5th st S.
COHDWOOD AN FENCE POSTS FOR SALE.
hut maple, oait, birch, soft. Iron, aan
and tamaiack oordnood for sale. Also oak
fence posts, Write us for prices. Eagle Bead
Implement Co., Eagje Bend, Minn.
FANCY NEW YORK AND MIOfaittAN APPLES
for sale at 24 2d st N, at the old market: all
kinds apples, Jonathan, Northern Spies, Bald
wins, K.inss, Husaets, Greenings, from $1 75
up, dellveied to any part of city.
KNITTINGWE ARE THE ONLY MANUFA*
turers of homemade stockings, sweaters and all
kinds of knit goods stockings made from beat
German knitting yarns. Nelson Bros., knitting
works, retail btoie, 500 Cedar av.
Now is the time for bar_ains at Ranney's
men want work. 008 Hennepin ay^
JEWELRY ON INSTALLMENT PLAN GATS
er up your old Jewelry, wlil trade you new
for same. H. H. Green, Manufacturing Jew
elers, 213 Washington av S. Representative
will call upon request.
TWO UNREDEEMED LADIES' JACKETS, ONE
high giade ottei, large size, 32 inches long,
cost new $250, now only $85 one astracban,
40 size, only $10. Palace Loan office, 36
Washington av S.
ttrHNITBHE AND STOVES SOLD AT HONES1
prices, furniture repairing, upholstering, mat
tresses cleaned, undertakers, funeral directors
cash or payments. Kaluvllle Bros.* 17 Central
av. Botn phones.
SINGERS, WHITES, WHEELER & WILSON
and Automatic, $12. new dropheads, $17 25
Wilcox. &. fjiibbs patent automatic, $25. war
ranted 10 years. Cash or time. 42o Nicollet.
DOLLARS SAVED SATISFACTION GUAEAN
teed, inie diophead New Home sewing ma
chine, *19.7B, oak Singer, M2.50 White, *7
blnger, !fo, Domestic, Jo. Elmer, 710 1st av S.
USE BLAHOfiAHD'S ECZEMA tOTIOMT. SO-^xi
by druggists, Lyman-ndiel, wholesale dlatrin
utois, tor mfoimation on skin diseases, ad
dress 424 Nicollet av, Minneapolis.
WILL EXCHANGE 50 VOLUMES LATE COPY
lighted fiction ($1.50 books) for No. 6 or 7
Remington or No 2 oi No. 4 Smith Premier
typew liter 2333, Journal
BARGAINS, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY LAT
est seven drawer drop-head Singer sewing ma
chine, $18, Domestic, $4, White, $5, Singer,
$5 Boje, 610 1st av S
NO. 2 OLIVER, $37.60, NO. 4 HABTTOHh, $25
Yost, 525 practically new No. 3 Oliver, $65,
many others on hand. Minneapolis Stationery
_Oo., 405 Hennepin.
TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE REMINGTON,
Ollvei, Smith-Premier and Underwood, rentals
$3 per month and up. Edwin R. Williams,
415 Hennepin av
WOODDRY, 82.50 TO $3,25j FACTORY WOOP,
$8 coal. $5 80 to $8 75. Plymouth, Lumber
Co., 237 Hennepin. Main S846 LI T. 0., 2&)7.
STONE AT NOERENBERG BREWERY, 21st
av S and 1st st, 50c per perch range rock, $1.
Apply on premises or 100 Lumber Exchange. __
FOLDING BED, $2.50, A SNAP WORTH MITCH
more, but must be sold immediately good
condition Call at 1025 Hennepin av.
OAK CHUNKS, CUT STOYfc LE.HOXH, ra&EBl
thing tor your heater full cord only $7. & A.
Field Ful Co., 1120 Washington ay K.
ONE THOROBRED BULL TERRIER AND ONE
thorobre S-Dtfh ternei both pups, cheap or
tiade for anj thing 01 10th st S
KRIMMER COAT, GOOD CONDITION BUST
34 cloth jacket, high marten collar and re
veres, cheap Call 216 10th st S.
CALL 9188 T. 0. FOB. ALL KINDS OF HARD
and soft coal and wood, by bushel or load.
Geelan. 85 7tb 8t S.
BALAN0E OF HEATERS NOW ON HAND
closed out legardlesB of cost. Peter Keith &
Wk-l ist av
FOR SALE50-HORSEPOWER MARINE GAS0
lene engine, good as new. Moore Boat Works,
FOR QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGES AND
Round Oak heaters C. Herbert Smith, 424 Hen.
FOR SALEFEW HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES
_left,_cheap. OaU room 26, Hotel_Clinton._
FINE FUR COAT, NEARLY NEW COST $125,
sell for $60. Going south. 2869, Journal.
DON'T BTT3T ~A
GOOD GAS RANGE WITH WATER HEATER,
complete, $10 In use at 816 2d av S.
WANTEDOLD FUR COATS ALASKA FUR
rter pays high prices, examine prices, mink
coats from $5 to $25 coon skins from $5 to
$20. ddies 1008. Journal.
TOWN MARKET IS PAYING BEST PRICE
for second-hand furniture, stoves and office
fixtures. 41T Washington av S TO. 2817.
WANTEDFUR COAT MUST BE IN GOOD
condition and cheap for cash. T. C. telephone
GOOD AGENT WANTED TO SELL COUNTY
and state lights on rhe Keystone combination
tool. Call or write W. M. Bruger, 111% Nic
ALL LEGITIMATE WORK TAKEN AND
promptly attended to at very iea3onable rates
all business and advice private and confident
ial satisfactory results
Noithern Detective Agency,
654 Temple Court, Minneapolis.
McNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY. *10 KASOTA
bldg. S. J. McNulty, Mgr. Detective work
in all its branches. References, police head
quarters. Minneapolis. N. W. phone.
WHEN IN NEED OF EFFICIENT DETECTIVE
services ca*l on Baxter's Detective Agency, 865
Temple Courk Secrecy guaranteed.
TWIN CITY DY E WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles and gents*
clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phones.
LADIES, IT IS HIGH TIME TO ORDER TOUR
fur garment. Go to Robert Naumann, practi
cal furrier, 701 Nicollet, over Kerr's store.
A. REINER, FURS 1 0 ORDER AND SKILFUL
repairing. 701 Hennepin av, corner 7th. Both
FIRST-CLASS SHAMPOOING, 25c, FACE MAS
sage, 50c, or three for $1 hairdresslng, mani
curing, baths of all kinds exclusively for la
dies. Roney's, 121 6th at S.
HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT1 I
make a specialty of renting and taking
care of all kinds of property, managing es
tatea, etc. I can save you money. Walter
L. Badger, 300 Oneida building.
YOUNG MAEBIED COUPLE, WO CHILDREN,
would like to lent modern, unfurnished flat of
three or four rooms and bath rent not to ex
ceed $25 per month references mnst be In
good locality. Address 2359, Journal.
WANTEDFUENISHED ROOM, MODEEN AND
steam heated must be large and in riclslty of
4th 6T and 16th st. 2393, Journal.
THE MINNESOXA MQRrTGAGIj) LOAN 00,
The Old Hom*"Tfcmp!y
o salaried persons holding permansnt posi
tions, without lndorser of security except youf
own name, flur er
suit the _,_,._,.
an or before ririviUesies, thus stopping all in
On furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, eto.i
without removal from your possession. Our
record and reputation for 24 years lusurei
honorable and confidential dealing to all.
Mtaowota Mortgage, fcoaa Co,
300 Bank of Commerce guttdlag.
juts -srotr LooKTHia
FO A FRIBA
TO LOAN YOy MONEY?
It BO, call on the Minneapolis Loan Co. We
loan money On furniture pianos, horses, wag*
ous, etc., without removal from your posses
ion or on you: plain note, 1* working on a
salary, at the lowest rates and easiest terms,
xou get the full amount asked for and ftlt
at no expense, antes* loan Is made.
MINNEAPOLIS JUOAN CO,,
601-2 Ulohe Bldg., ,22'4th st 8.
Open Monday and Saturday till 9 n.m.
Call, write oi telephone M^in 1T70 h.
ne flur t'&te a ore and always have
lowest. Small or large payments, tQ
borrower Weekl_. or monthly, with
AM OBLIGED TO SELL A FEW SHARES OF
country bank stock, thus affoidjng someone an
opportunity to seoure at^. extremely profitable
and jet an entiiely safe investment of a few
hundred dollars, opportunity to investigate
fully by addressing is^4^ journal.
PIANOS, MONEY 8UPPLIi.fi UAIAXLUJ P&OFLA E
tail merchants, teamsters,1-
without security. Largest business in 48 prin
_oipaljcities_ Tolman, *20_New Vork_Hfe ftldg.
MAEHIED MAN, HOLBIl^G RESPON,
Bibl position with large, firm would like loan
of $5o on household furniture or plain note
for four er alx months, 2^80, Journal.
WE LOAN ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES,
Wagons, warehouse receipts and salaries.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO..
408 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG.
MONEY TO LOANLOWESX RATES WITH ON
or before privileges no delay in closing or se
curing answer. Building loans also accepted.
Thorpu Bros 206 Anurus building.
KDMW^^JJJf gauntry BOND S, BAMSE-* COTTN
ty bonds, Minneapolis and. St. Paul city ponds
bought and Bold. i\ E. Magraw, Globe build
ing, St. Paul
BUILDING" LOANS MAKE BUILDING
loans on most desirable .terms no delay or
red tape. B. P. Brown, 738 Lumber Exchange.
& D. CONE & CO., 617,Jnara_t bldg-., have on
band to loan on improved property, fl.ooo,
1,500. $2,000. $3,600 lowest rates.
LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES BOUGHT.
Loans on same. L. P. Van Norman, 416 An*
LOANS ON ANYTHING, VfcRY LOW, YOU FIX
TERMS, ETC. 608 NORTHWESTERN BLDG.
MONEY TO LOAN AT. L0WF&T RATES NO
delay. Thayer & Gate. 2JS N. Y. Life bldg.
1ST AND 2D real estate mortgages made at
once, private money. Dever, 537 Andrua Bldg.
ABSTRACTS examined and legal papers drawn.
J. L. Smith, notary public, 516 Pnoeni* bldg.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
Zimmerman have constantly on hand from 400
to GOO bead of horses weighing from 1,SOO
to 1,800 pounds. If you need any, come and
look them ove.r and select your kind. Bar*
rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market.
St. Paul, Minn,
MULES, MULES, MULES.
lOO head ot good, big. work mules have
been consigned to ua by H. Batch Co., andXiana
must be sold at once. Part time given If de
sired. Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horsa
Market, St. Paul, Minn.
ADMINISTRATION SALE50 HEAD OF
cheap work horses for kale, weight from 1,500
to l,60O pounds these hoiseB are right out of.
work and must be sold toy order of the court.
Barrett & Zimmerman.,Midway Horse Market,
17 YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS ZK
draft horses, delivery- hofees, farm mares, sin
gle drivers and matcWed teams, also two fast
pacers, also a very nne- saddle pon^, you can
get them at Bloom's: #table, 248 2d av N.
Largest assortment In the vlty of an class*! ot
horses always on hand. Part time when de
12 Second Street N
500 SETS NEW AND SECOND-HAND DOUBLE
and single harness $2160 up 00 cowboy^-gad
dies, $10 up blankets at cost. Midway Har
ness Cou J050 l/ulverajty av, opposite horse
HOaSEB. HARNESS. WAGONS^ BUGGIES,
etc., bougut, BOia--'anixcnaii8ea by the ola
B0BSX.EDS, ilGHT AND HEAVlf FAR1W WAG.
ons jand bracks .get pur prices and descrip
tion Lenhart Wagon Co., University and
Washington st SB.
ALL KINDS OsF SECQND-HANv BUGGIES,,
wagons, hacks, hari
"Bold- an- exchanged
BIG TEAM W0BK H0RSEB, FAT AND
sound, weight 3,300, will sell cheap. Barn
foreman, United States Express, b09 6th st S.
SORREL FARM MARE, WEIGHT 1,400
chunkv built right out of work worth $125:
will take $50 this week, 809 8th at SB,
MUST SELL AT ONCE, BAY FAMILY MARE,
nibber-tired runabout and harness all for
$100. 3008 Pleasant av.
FOR SALE1,300-LB DELIVERY HORSE, $65.
1715 Emerson av N.
HORSES &13I CAXIXtrl>CS
Glvo age, color, weight and price of horses.
Will give In exchange clear Minnesota land.
State kind of land wanted. 2374, Journal.
IF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL RE
member that Barrett Jk Zimmerman, at Mid
way, St. Paul, ari always ready to buy and
WANTEDGOOD TSEUTTESCX BOS8S XN X
cbangefor groceries. Apply 608 E 27th st,
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PERMA
nently removed br electricity. Miss HoUlster,
77-7S Syndicate Block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist
WILLIAMSON & HERClft&T, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office. 920-U35 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGlll bulla*
lng. Washington. D.
W. S. BATTLE'S- te SON.BLUMBING AND HEAT
Ing, fewer and waier connections, IOT oat
office Court and 3037 Nicollet. Both phones.
STOVES AND FURNACES OF ALL KINDS BE
paired all work guaranteed. Minneapolis
Sjtove Repair Co ?1 8a at S. T. O. 374A
REPAIRS FOB ALL STOVES:
tern Stove Repair1
WANTEDFRESH COW OB ONE THAT WILI,
be fresh in few days. No dealers. O. H.
Lewis. P. O. Dept. N. W. phone. South 1156
IRON WOBKING AND ^TOOS WORKING MA
chlnery large stof'k second-hand and new#
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st S. Mpls.
THE FOURTH BAPTIST LAMES HOLD THEIB.
annual sale of fancy articles and borne baking
Friday and Saturday at 28th av N and Emer
NORTHWESTERK SCAVENGER CO. CLEANS
vaults, cesspools. 193,*jr.. 195 102 1st at N.
i I I I I il i II
BRANfcH LIBRARY F0FTJLAB
:WIT YOUNG AND OW
Circulation a October Wa 3,435 Vol-
umesSchool Children Bead
and Spend a Great Deal of Time in
tne LibraryWhat Books Are Most
Popular on tlje North Side.
Co. 812 Hennepi
L. P. OARBINGTON, TAILOE, HAKES A 8PE-
cialty of |25 suits and overcoats. Bank of
Minneapolis buildings corner Nicollet and 3d at.
IINESaf UHifOF'l'ALL AND~WINTEK~SUr
lags. Turnqulst, the T^lor. 916 1st av S.
MARKET FUEL CO., 106 3d ai S, opp. F. O. W
handle sis coke, all coal screened: all
Ot WOOd $2.75 HP N.W. 4685 M. T.
CALL 9188 T, C. EOS ALL KINDS OF BAUD
and soft coal and wood by bushel or load.
Geelan. 85 7th at S.
S The Journal is the. clean, non-
The North Side branch of the public
library is the syeat refining and educat
ing influence ot that section of the city.
The branch was organized in 1890 and
had rooms in the basement of the old
Central h-tgh.. After tJiat it found, shel
ter a store building for a time, and
finally in the winter of 18984894, the
present building was built, North Side
citizens contributing toward the fund
and Mr. Gale donating the lot. Th
librarian, Mias kucy g. Pmswore, has
held the position for four years. Be
fore this Miss Dinsmore had had five
years' experience in library work.
The library is patronized mostly by
the school children, being easily accessi
ble to both the Nor^h Side high and
Logan schools. The students consult it
frequently for reference work in con
nection, with their debates and studies,
ana it is a great rendezvous for school
children of all ages. The poorer classes
and the foreigners do not tak as much
advantage of the library's benefits as
they might, altho the foreigners are
very good about bringing their children
to take out library cards.
When Dinsmore was wha
the mostMiss popular popk wasasked at presentt,
she replied, "I think the 'Grossing.' is
probably still the most popular, altho
we have a big demand for Th Mas
querader' 'Beverly of Graustark and
'In the Bishop's Carriage.' Fiction is,
of# course, the most popular, and a sur
prising fact is that other departments
such as poetry, history, etc., are far
more widely read by the children than
by adulta Such books as 'Up from
Slavery,' 'The Workers' Jacob Riis'
works, books of travel and the Stoddard
lectures have a good circulation.
Among the juveniles the boys are
very fond of the works of Kirk Munroe,
Trowbridge, Hentyl,i Kellogo, Thompson*.ttoelAas
Seton.r an/dn Tomlinson, the historical
Spphia May, Kate Douglas Wiggin and
Mrs. Burnett. Indeed there is hardly
a day that we don't have a call for
'Little Lord Fauntleroy,' The smaller
children are fond of 'The Wonderful
During the winter months the circula
tion is, of course, greater than in the
summer time. For the month of Octo
ber, the circulation was 3,435. Last
year the total circulation for the year
was 34,634 volumes of which 16,480
while the remainder was divided be'
tween fine arta, physical science, etc.
When the library built, a large
pall wfts made on thewas secondfloor.This
is little used now on account of the
North Side high school's auditorium.
The library proper is crowded for room
and if circular iron stairway couia be
put in and this hall utilized it would
add greatly to the convenience and com
fort of the library.
MANY INTERESTING LEOTUBES
Hope Ohapel Has Provided Good 'Sub
jects and Good Speakers.
Hope chapel is holding a series of
Saturday evening lectures on different
uii JJ.JJMXJO Ojyuy*ijj-jtVAD BUUUUIB
wagons hacks harnes' an" sleighs bought ipapoiis. Xhese lectures are free. The 242 Plymouth avenue to A. F. Graupman
Thomas Bioom. 250 2d i lollowmg are the lectures in order of
their delivery: Dec. 3, the A.pache
Warpath," illustrated lecture by Nat
M. Brighamj Dec. 10, Father Monahan,
-"Rome," Dec. 17, Rev. M. D. Shutter,
"John Brown" Dec. 24. Wallace
(T^* 14..P JS mu1" r.- a-.
ttye, "Citizenship" Pec. 31, Haring
ton Beard, "Ar in the Home" Jan.
7, E. M. Bromley, "Old Minneapolis"
Jan. 14f W. H. Eustis, "Honolulu"
Jan. 21, Professor Maria Sanford,
"Michelangelo and Eaphael" Jan.
28, Eev. Mr. Bushnell, "Th Alps of
America" and Feb. 4, W. B. Chamber
lain, "The Making of a ISe-wBpapejr."
Last Saturday evening, F. E. Shep
pard gave an illustrated lecture in.
Hope chapel on the "World's Pair."
There was a large audience.
ITS PASTOR TEN YEARS
Rev. G. F. Holt Central Figure of Cele
bration at Fourth Baptist Church.
l'he Fourth Baptist church, Dupont
and Eighteenth avenue N, is celebrat
ing the tenth year of the pastorate of
Eev. G. F. Holt. Thursday evening.
Dec. 1, there will be a devotional
service, and Friday evening a reception
will be given by the previous members
to all members of the church who have
been received during the past ten
years. Sunday, Dec. 4, an anniversary
service will be held in the morning and
at the B. Y. P. IT. a history of the so
ciety will be read. The evening meet
ing will be in the form of a fraternal
service and Dr. O. A. Williams and
Ir STiamlc Peterson will speak. Thurs
day, Dec. 8, a supper will be served in
Duraam's hall to all the church mem
The church was organized in 1881
with sixty-eight members. Now it
numbers 534. It maintains two mis-
Gentlemen:! suffered with Eczema
on the hands and face for over a year. It
was not only annoying and painful, but
very unsightly, and I disliked to go out
in the streets. I tried at least a dozen
I jf soaps and salves, which did me abso
lutely no good, and became very much
discouraged, until I read in the papers of the cures per
formed through the use of S. S. S, ao determined to give it
a month's trial at least. I am pleased to state that I soon no
ticed a slight improvement, sufficient to decide me to keep it
up. After the use of six bottles my skin was as soft and
smooth as an infant's. This was a year ago, and I have never
had any trouble since. Miss GUNSVA BRIGGS.
216 S. Seventh Street, Minneapolis, Minn.
NEWS FRO THEINORT SIDE
Remember, when we say half price we mean half price.
Mrs A E. Barker has sold her restaurant at
A. H. Schaper, 3234 Second street N, will soon
t)Ull a new residence at 1T1X Binerson avenue N
Last Tuesday Mrs. Katherine Qulst slipped on
a stairway at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Slatter, 1607 Thirty-fourth street N. Her hip
High Quality Furs.
have established my reputation with the fact in view of selling
only high quality Purs, and give my customers such, together with
Superior Workmanship and at Lowest Prices.
REINEfiKE Practical FarrierHennepin andFitte-rCoox
IliiiWliWImlli (Formerly with Plymouth Clothing House.)
N. W. Phone-3901 J-I.
Open Evenings till 9 O'clock.
ft 1 8 20th
"Seal of Minneapolis
"Are Always the Same, and that is Good"
J. W. PAULY, Maker,
sions, both, of which have chapels.
Bev. Mr. Holt, the pastor, is very
popular with his people and holds many
important offices in the Baptist church.
Building Active This Year.
Building has been active on the
North Side this jear. Business men
who have been identified with North
Side interests for years state that the
building has been greater at present
tbs.i^ ver before. Al the citizens fesl
that the North" ide Commercial club
will do a great deal in building up the
NORTH SIDE NOTES
*"*r*eir BUS BOW ner resutui
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS most bear
Fac-siiaUe Signature of
Thty TOUCH the
Genuine Wrapper Printed on
RED PAPER BLACK LEYTER&
fceofc fee she SUaeture
All skin diseases have their seasons some are active in the summer, while others lie dormant until cold
weather, when the first breath of winter brings them to life and they remain to torment us until spring. Through
the long hot months Winter Eczema sleeps in the system, and when cold weatherbegins it breaks out. The head,
hands and feet are the parts usually attacked, but other parts of the body may be affected by this "flesh fire."
9 A a fiUlU AT UV 1 a da an Emerson to Bryantar.
317-19-21 Plymouth Av..
was broken and she sustained severe fractures.
Mrs. Quist is over 87 Tears ot age and her re
covery is doubtful. She was takep to Bethesda
hospital, St. Paul.
The Hawthorn school aided in the Thanksgiving
contributions last week, and each pupil donated
something toward baskets for the poor of North,
Minneapolis. Hawthorn is also raising money
for a piano and picture fund.
The Hope Chapel Gymnasium club will give a
public entertainment Thursday evening, Jan. 11.
Mrs. Ellen Ennis is erecting a $2,000 frame
house at the corner of Tbiitieth avenue N anS,!
New Coal Yard, for North. Side
Has been erected by the Northwesterrf1*
Fuel company, at Twentieth avenue .J
and the river. The excellent locatioR1
guarantees prompt delivery of orders
for the North Side.
A complete stock of "Scranton" An
thracite, Newcastle and other soft coals
will be carried also prepared coke ia
nub ancl pea aizes. These tiigh-Rraaev A
coals can be obtained through any re*!
tall coal dealer in North Minneapolis**^
I tried doctor's medicines, salves,
washes and all kinds of local applica
tions, treating Eczema of long stand
ing, but with only temporary relief.
The itching and burning from Eczema
was more than I can describe. Many
ni^'jhk I was unable to sleep on account of
The skin becomes feverish, hard and dry, cracks open and often bleeds, and the itching is terrible. While the trou-
ble ShOWS On the Skin the CaUSe IS far deeper. Thiu eruption is but nature's way of telling that the fountain of all
healththe bloodis diseased and must have relief. It is filled with uric acid and other poisons which^ are forced
through the pores, causing the natural oils, which should keep the skin soft and pliable, to dry up. These acids
are constantly forming in the system to be absorbed by the blood, and thus J&J
trouble is kept up. The treatment of this disease with local applications, such/!
as washes, salves, powders, etc., is useless in effecting a cure, because they %m-^j
-._ enres by going into the blood, searching out all foreign matter, and making it
sensational daiiljtjtalSNf in Minno- strong and healthy again. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, and therefore cures this disease safely as well s
apolis. It is a jiome newspaper
dauihter'SweJ fZSSu&S a*nd I kd PhjUfltaM willffiveadvice, without charge, to all sufferers. J*
mm*al itching. Seeing S S. S. adver-
ti* began its use, and after taking it for some time the dry
natous eruptions disappeared and I was entirely relieved
lis awful itching and burning. It is a boon to Eczema
erers and I can conscientiously recommend it to them*
ieving confidently that a permanent cure will be effected
^u all suc/h cases where it is taken according to directions.
Urbana, Ohio. R. F. J. No. i. C. Owo,
not get to the seat or beginning of the trouble. The best whey can do is to give
the patient relief for a little while. The blood must be cleansed of all acids and
poisons and the system toned and built up before a cure can be had, S. S. i't
from a condition of torture the patient is brought to one of healthful pleasure Book on Skin Diseases^,