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PICKERING'S
714 Nicollet
Sale Continued.
Sample Handkerchiefs
Sale Prices
10c 15c 25c 50c
Values
15 to 25c 25 to 35c 50 to 60c to $1.50
Sample Pieces Embroidery
Sale Prices.. 25c 43c
Values 35c to 45c 60c to $1.50
The ladies who have seen the
goods we offer at this sale all agree
that no such values have ever beeu
in this market.
We have plenty for you, too.
Come antl see lor "yourself and you
will always be a Pickering customer.
ADAM PICKERING & CO.
RICH, DELICATELY FLAVORED,
ECONOMICAL.
Makes a stronger, richer cup with less
coffee than what you are using.
40c per pound In sealed tins.
LOUISE MORTON, 820 Nicollet Av.
Both Phones.
C^OMICKEttC^
UTiiMiinnrTi
Beets S?S2? 9c
Hubbard Squash each 5c
Pie Pumpkins
each 5c
Tomatoes 8s
Egg Cilery pre?eac
ervSn8r-
Barton Port Winesoo, SI.50
A-
$
Bal tmores,
Sweet Potatoes
25c ank8:i 33 10
Potatoes ancbyuBurb.lbs.lbs
Genuine Jerseys, 8 25o
White Onions *_ 13c
Plant 4c
PfiflFft
Fo
13c
per peck "frUw
Apples reck 25e
Drabapples _ 30c
Wild Plums & 45c
Pickling Onions quart lOe
Pickling Spici
18c 1
Ground Pepper 5a~... 20c
Butter far8tmad^^alo
Butterine
Quake Navy
$1.13
25e
2!b
Baking Powder S 25c
RolledrOats pi*, 14c
OatS packaee (00
Beans S_~ 6c
Duffy's Malt SS?:-.~ 88c
A D... Made from best Bo
III DOOl hemianhops. A
per case _' If
Grape Juice ^^0^: 38c
GENERAL PRODUCE
Official quotations of the Minneapolis
Produce xchangre, corrected up to 1 2
Thursday, Aug. 31.
BUTTERReceipts yesterday, 22,803 pounds.
Creameries, evtias, 20ac creameries, firsts.
19c creameries, seconds, 17c dailies, extras,
lbc, dairies, firsts, 16c dallies, seconds, 15c
Indies, firsts, lu. ladles, seconds, 14c packing
btotk, fresh, sneet, 15c.
EGGSReceipts yesterday, 39G cases. Cur
rent receipts. No 1, case count, case, $4.35
current receipts, No. 1 candled, doz, 17%c fresh
dirties, candled, case, $3.25 checks and seconds,
fondled, case, $3.
CHKKSE.Twins or Oats, fancy, 13@13%cr
twins or flats, choice, 10Vu@llc twins or flats,
fair to good, 8@9c Young Americas, fancy In
quality and regular in style, 13c Young Ameri
cas, choice, 10c daisies, fancy. 12%c daisies,
choice. 10c brick, No. 1, ll%@12c brick, No.
2, 10c brick. No. 3, 5c llmburger. No. 1, lie
prlmost. No. 1, 7@7i/jc Swiss, fancy loaf, 14@
15c choice, lOigillc Swiss, fancy block, 12%c
Swiss, choice block, lOffgllc.
BANANASLaige bunches, $2.7u3 medium
bunches, $2 2.25, small bunches. $2.
DRIED PEASYellow, fancy, bu. $1 40 yel
low, medium $1.40 screen, fancy. $2.85 green,
medium, $1.40 marrowfat. $2.
ONIONSBermudas, bu crate, $1 Bermudas,
In sacks, 100 lbs, $1.75.
WATERMELONSCrate, $2 50.
CANTALOUPSCrate, $2.70, homegrown musk
melons, bu. $1 25.
PLUMSCommon varieties. 16 ciuarts. $1.
PINEAPPLES Doz $4f7 4.25.
PBACII15SMichigan, ufth-bu basket. 35c.
GRAPESConcords, basket, 2S
BLUEBERRIES16-nt case. $1.75(22 black
berries, 16 qts, $1.752.
WESTERN FRUITSPeaches, bos. frees.
$1.25. peaches, box, clings. $1: Bartlett
pears, box., $2 50iff3: Malaga grapes, crate. $2
Plums. Kelset ciate. $1 J5. Italians crate.
$1.25, fancy red, crate, $1,70.
i \B4.U_L.irct- orate*. 1.2.50.
BEANSQuotations include sneks. Fnncy
navy, bu, $2 choice navy, $1.65@1.7G medium
navy, $1.25 mixed and dirty, 6fir^75c brown,
fancy, $2 brown, fair to good, $1.50@1.75.
LIVE POULTRYYearling roosters. 7c hens,
li e, springs, lb, 12c old roosteis. c
ducks, yonng, 8@9c geese, 7c turkeys, 15c.
PIGEON'S Tame. live, yotrajr or old do 75c
dead, 60@70c, squabs, neuters, fancy selected,
live or dead, $1.0O@1.75 small, poor and thiu,
Unsalable.
ORANGESLate Valencies. $55.50.
LEMONSCalifornia, ianc\, $0.
APPLESDuchess, brl, $3.50 Wealthy, hrl,
$4@4 50 crnbapple8, fancy, brl. $4 50: common.
$3ig3 60. mealv and overripe stock, anaalable.
PEARSMichigan brl $7.
DRESSED MEATSVenl, fancy, lb. 8c
Teal, fair to good. 77Vic veal, small and
overweight, 45c mutton, fnncy, 6@7c mut
ton, thin or overweight. 48
."c lambs year
lings, thin or overweight, 45c lambs, milk,
fancy, pelts off, 9@10c lambs, milk, choice,
pelts off. 84V lambs, thin, poor, unsalable, hogs.
6V$6c
VEGETABLESBeans, string, bu, 75c beans,
wa\, bu. 75c. beets., doz bunches 25c. cuull
flower, doz, $ 1 50 corn, jrreon. doz 10@12c
celery, do*, 25350c cucumbers, liome-giown,
bu, 60c egg plant, $1, garlic, 10,12U,C,
lettuce, leaf. 20c lettuce, head, doz, sue
mint, doz, 40c onions, green, doz, bunches,
15c parsley, doz. 30c peppers, green, 2-3-bu
crate, $1 radishes, round, doz bunches, 15c
rhubarb, 100 lbs, $1 squash, doz. $1 spin
ach, bu, 50c tomatoes, four-basket crate, C5c
tomatoes, home-grown, bu, $2 watercress,
doz. 30c.
HONEYExtra fancy, white, 1-lb sections,
l*3c: fancy white, 1-lb sections, 12c choice
white. 1-lb, 9c amber, 10c: goldenrod. 9c:
extracted white, In cans, 7VJC extracted am
ber, in cans, 7c.
POTATOES35c sweets, Virginia, brl, $3
Jerseys, $4.50.
LONDON CLOSING STOCKS, Aug. 31.Con-
sols for monev, OHfc consols for account, 91V4
Anaconda, 5% Atchison. 92% Atchison pre
ferred. 108 Baltimore & Ohio, HS^ Canadian
Pacific, ex- div.. 166% Chesapeake & Ohio. 57Va
Chicago Great Western, 22%: Chicago. Milwau
kee & St. Paul, ex. div., 185% De Beers. 17%
Pemer & Rio Grande, 36% Denver & Rio
Grande preferred, 92V& Erie, 53% Erie first
preferred. 86V4 Erie second preferred. 79^
Illinois Central, 183% Louisville & Nishville.
154% Missouri, Kansas & Texas, a.")1^
Ne
York Central. 156% Norfolk & Western, 87%
Norfolk & Western prefened, 94M Ontario &
Western, 56%: Pennsylvania, 74% Rand Mines,
0 Reading, 60% Reading first preferred, ex.
div., 47 Reading second preferred. 48 South
ern railway. 37 Southern Railway preferred,
loi Southern Pacific. 69%: Union Pacific, 13%:
Union Pacific preferred, ex. div.. 99: United
States Steel. 3S%. United States Steel pre
ferred, "108 Wabasn, 22% Wabash preferred,
44% Spanish Fours. 92%.
I Bar silver, firm, 28d per ounce. Money, lVi(ti,2
i per cent. The rate of discount in the open
I market for short bills is 1%@115-16 per cent
for three months' bills is 1%@2 per cent.
'I wish Adam had died with all
his ribs in his body."Boucicault.
$
Tomorrow afternoon' Miss Gertrude
Satterlee will jrive a luncheon and
shower at her homo on Fourth street SB
for Miss Glee Jamison. Monday, Mrs.
Albert Jamison will entertain the
young women of her daughter's bridal
party at luncheon at Donaldson's tea
rooms aivd Monday evening, Mr. Viles
-will give a tlmner for bis best man and
u&hers at the Commercial club. The
bridal dinner will be jive Tuesday
evening at the Commercial club by Mr.
and Mrs. Jamison, and covers will be
placed for twenty-five.
The wedding of Miss Jamison and
Lawren'ce Motley Viles of Lake For
rest, 111., will take place Wednesday
evening i the l-Hrst Congregational
church. The service will be followed
by an informal reception at the Jami
son residence for the relatives and the
college set, and about 150 invitation's
were issued. Miss Jamison will have
her sister, Miss Louise Jamison, a her
maid of honor and the bridesmaids will
be Misses Grace Gillette, Gertrude Sat
terlee, Helen Vils of Lake Forrest, 111.,
a sister of the bridegroom and Minnie
McClelland. Mr. Viles' best man will
be Thomas Davis of Omaha, Neb., and
the ushers will be Iseil Jamison and
Robert Gray of Minneapolis, Sheldon
Wardwell, Haverhill, Mass., Thomas
Streeter, Concord, N. H., Penn Denton,
Leavenworth, Kan., Wallace Rumsey,
Laka Forrest.
Mr. Viles and the out-of-town guests
will arrive Monday morning.
The tennis tournament at the Mini
kahda club was interrupted by rain
again today and the games announced
for this afternoon will be played to
morrow morning with the exception of
mixed doubles, which will be played in
the afternoon.
It is confidently expected that the
tournament will end Saturday. Satur
day will be a gala, day at the club, and
the Fort Swelling bard will play both
afternoon and evening. The invita
tion that the club sent to the officers
and ladies of the fort has been accept
ed by the commandant and about thirty
will be present. Miss Katherine Moul
ton will preside at the tea table from 4
to 6 o'clock, and will be assisted by a
group of young matrons and maids.
About 100 people have already reserved
places for dinner Saturday, ^and they
will remain thru the evening for the in
formal daWcing.
Miss Blanche Nelclea _esla/UT-ie:rs,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deslau
riers of 634 Marshall street NE, and
Joseph Herman Dube, were married
last evening in Notre Dame de Lourdes
church. The church was prettily dec
orated with palms, lilies and ferns. The
service was read by Eev. Father John
A. Andre, and just before the cere
mony the Misses Agnes and Lola Perry
sang "O, Promise Me." The bridal
party entered to the strains of the
''Lohengrin bridal chorus, played by
Frederick Perry, who gave the Men-
delssohn march for the recessional.
The bride's gown was of white point
d'sprit over taffeta, fashioned with a
yoke of real lace. Her veil was fas
tened with a diamond brooch, the gift
of the bridegroom, and she carried
bride's roses. Miss Julia Blum, the
bridesmaid, wore flowered net over
cream silk and carried pink roses. Lit
tle Jeanette Riley carried the ring hid
den in a rose. Louis Dube, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man, and the
ushers were Edward and Ja Kuntz,
Peter Deslauriers and Albert Knable.
A reception was held at Turner's hall
after the wedding, at which about 300
guests were present. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Deslauries and Mr. and Mrs.
Lorais lube received with Mr. and. Mrs.
Dube. The hall was gaily decorated
with clusters of purple asters, and the
tables with smilax and flowers. The
out-of-town guests included D. Roberts
and Mrs. M. Jones of Maple Grove
Mr. and Mrs. A. Trombly, Mr. and Mrs.
Lassard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Agen
and Mr. and Mrs. William Shilling of
Osseo, Wis. Mrs. M. DeMueles, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Lebrie and the Misses
alary and Corinne Lebrie St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dube will be at
home after Oct. 1 at 140 Fifth ave
nue NE.
Mrs. Mable Hanson and Joseph Gos
nell were married yesterday afternoon
at 4 o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Judd, in Bryn Mawr. Rev.
F. D. Nash of Texas 'officiated. Mr.
and Mrs. Gosnell left last evening for
a trip to Canada.
The marriage of Miss Alice Gaumon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gau
mon, and Frank E. Downing of St.
Charles, Minn., took place jresterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parentSj 39 Royalston ave
nue. Only immediate relatives were
present at the service, which was read
by Rev. T. E. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs.
Downing have gone east by way of the
Great Lakes for their wedding trip.
They will at home in Minneapolis
after Oct. 1.
Miss Mable Tomlinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Tomlinson, 3118
Minnehaha avenue S, and Ernest G.
Birch were married last evening in the
Vine Congregational church, in the
presence of the immediate relatives.
Eev. J. S. Rood read the service. The
bride was attended by Miss Margaret
McDonnell, and Harry H. Birch was
best man.
A pretty wedding took place Friday
evening when Miss Margaret Shearer
Watt of Dumbarton. Scotland, and
James Hamilton McGuffie of Glasgow
were married at the home of the
bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Walter Stew
art, 1921 Laurel avenue. Rev. Latham
Crandall officiated. The bride was at
tended by Miss Emily Thorn, and the
bost'man was Robert McGuffie, brother
of the bridegroom. The bride wore a
dainty gown of white silk mull with
yoke and bertha of real lace. The
rooms were decorated in pink aWd
white flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. McGuffie will be at
home at 910 Laurel avenue after
Sept. 15.
About twenty teachers of the Gethse
mane Sunday school gave a parcel show
er this afternoon at the home of Miss
Lavinia Judd in Bryn Mawr, in honor
of Miss Maude C. Marshall, whose mar
riage to John S. Thompson, will take
place itf Gethsemane church Wednesday.
The dining room was effectively deco
rated in red, and hydrangeas and
p'alms were used in the parlors.
The euchre club of which Miss Mar
shall was a member last winter, will en
tertain informally at the Judd resi
dence this evening in honor of the
youn'g couple.
Mrs. H. P. Gorman of Albany, N. YM
who is visiting her sister, Mrs. M.
Hutchinson, of Bryant avenue S, will
be the guest of honor at a luncheon
given by Mrs. W. S. Levering tomor
,row at ner apartments in the Best flats.
Mrs. P. Cootey gave a for
has discovered.
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Dining Chairs
This is the chair that regularly sells
for $2. Is made of oak, finished in
golden, polished wood seat. A
handsome and
substantial chair.
Friday, special...
8 to a customer only.
vesterday at Donaldson's' tearooms in
honor of Mrs. Gorman. Eed tapers and
roses were used to decorate the table,
and a rosebud was at each plate. After
luncheon the guests were entertained
at a matinee party at the Metropolitan
theater. Tuesday Mrs. Hutchinson
gave a luncheon of fifteen covers for
her sister. Pink and white asters were
used in the dining room and gladioli
and canna bloasoms formed a pretty
decoration for the other rooms. Euchre
was played in the afternoon.
Miss Eleanor Bresky gave a theater
party at the Metropolitan on Monday
evening in honor of her guest, Miss
Josephine Murphy.
The skin Is beautified, perfumed, protected,
preserved by Satin 3kin powder. 23c.
The Song of the Cradle.
Bye, bye! Hope rises high:
There's a sweet little cra-
'^^TV^f diee hung UD ine the sky
^S&vtrJJ^*^
that will pat and caress
pure little soul wing
ing down from above
A darling to care for,
baby to love.
One of the
grandest
agencies
which enlight-
ened Science
to relieve
motherhood
from excessive
suffering is the
Favorite
Prescription
devised by Dr.
E. V. Pierce,
chief consult-
ing physician
of the Invalids'
Hotel and
Surgical Insti-
tute, oi Buf-
falo, N. Y.
This wonderful "Prescription" Imbues
the entire nervous system with natural,
healthy vitality gives elastic vigor to
the delicate organism specially concerned
in motherhood, and makes the coming
of baby entirely free from danger and
almost free from pain.
"I wish to state that I have used Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription with very good
results," -writes Mrs. Katie M. Annis, of Hud
son, New Hampshire. "Had been in poor
health for over four years and had been
twice in the hospital. My husband brought
some your 'Favorite Prescription.' and I
has carried me easily through my last two
confinements. We are now blessed with two
healthy children, and I am sure your medi
cine has done me more good than all
theHOTEL
other treatment I have ever received."
BAD HEADACHES gen
erally arise from bad stom
achs. Foul breath, bitter
taste, coated tongue, sour
eructations or belchinff of
gas, arc common symptoms
though not all present in
every case. To cure, take
small doses, ohly one or two
each day, of old Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets, the Origi
nal Little liver Pills, first put him over
40 years ago. One or two a laxative, three or
four cathartic.
Dr. Lyon's
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth ana purines tne Dxeatn.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
PREPARED BY
e^^A*D._20cfi
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
CC_fo Pa*
6fl8
Mrs. Gorman last evening atdinnehome,' her &JrPai?li.0g
231 6 Aldric avenue S Mrs
W-k-^i?-"
^_&i%&&ikh_^ij
T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifler.
Removes Tan, Pimples,
Freckles, Moth Patches,
Bash, and bkln Diseases,
and every bleminh
on beauty, and de-
fies detection. It-
has stood the test
of 67 years, and
Is so harmless we
tasteit tobesureit
is properly made.
Acceptnocounter- felt of
name. Dr L. A
Sayr said to a
lad the haut-
to (a
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$125
uwi lif tb.a I
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da
rW( 12? n^Z"^ coming bless
r'v/^J^T 'Two softto chubby hands
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._ 1 recommend
'Qonrattd' Crentn' as the least harmful of all the
Hamblin was the hostess at a luncheon P_IDiLH0PHNS,Prop^37|r|atJone Street, NewYork D^eMorr_rFt_ecol.,,,70REPAIRINsGf
031 fi Alflrii.1i flvpmiA S TWra TT O^otts Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
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WRINKLES
Satisfactory Terms of
,J
Payment can be
arranged.
MONEY SA VINO BARGAINS
FOR FRIDAY
We give better values and show a larger selection to choose from than any other store in the Northwest
Buffets
We have just 25 of these handsome
Grand Rapids Buffets, finished in
golden, weathered and mahogany.
Friday we shall sell them as an
extra special for
$40, $35, $32, $30, $28,
$25, $23, and
Visitors to the State Fair are
cordially invited to make this
beautiful establishment the
largest of its kind in America,
their headquarters. Tree Tele
phones, rest and toilet rooms.
Largest Howe, Hotel and Club Furnishers in America.
Corner Fifth Street and First Avenue South.
Moles, warts, superfluous hair
and all disfiguring blemishes ara
speedily trad permanently re
moved imperfect and deform
ed features painlessly corrected.
Pull information with book free.
DERflATOLOGIST WOODBURY,
163 State jSt.,cor.nonroe,Chlcjigo
^REAJ^ESTATOJEXCHA^G E^
FOFIEXCHANGE!
320 acres, unimproved, Pine county, Minn.
hardwood timber land, for stock of hardware
or merchandise can put in some cash $15
per acre.
400 acres. Blue Earth county, Minn., farm
for Implement or hard-\\ are business,- 1U take
in building $58 per acre $13,200 ecjuity make
offers.
J. R. StpcfcrnfrP' Truman. Minn.
CONTROLLING INTEREST -IN GENERAL
merchandise and lumber bushiest) In ope of the
best villages in Nbrtb Dakota, to exchange for
good farhi land Interest worth $8,000. W
J. Lnnc, Fargo, N I)
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR MINNEAP0
lis residence or good improved farm, first-class
$2 per day hotel, livery and feed barn, etc.,
clearing $300 per month. No agents. Ad
dress 6460, Journal.
EIGHT ACRES. ON CITY LIMITS, WISCON
sin town* 10-iooin hou^e, barn, well, cistern
fine soil, trade for city property worth $1,500.
J. M. Davies, 500 Phoenix.
NEW NINE-ROOM RESIDENCE ON STEVENS
av finished in hardwoods hot water heat take
lot or small house. Darrow, 1028 Guaranty.
WTI._ TRADE NOBTH DAKOTA __.NI FO
merchandise. Write .to H. A. Langlle, Fargo,
N. D. P. 0 Box 288.
SHEPARD CAN EXCHANGE YOUR PROPER
ty. Seud description. 312 Bank of Commerce.
EQUITY I N HOUSE TO EXCHANGE FOR LOT.
Shepard, Bank Commerce.
BOARD AND ROOMS
Offered.
per week and up fine bathrooms.
XW0 FURNISHED ROOMS IN MODERN
house, with board, to let to two couples. 812
4th av S.
WAVERLYSEE WHAT WE HAVE
before you settle.. Single, suites, private baths.
ROOM AND BOARD, HOUSE MODERN,0EN
tral location, near liorary. HIT Hawthorn av.
F0B _NTROOMS WITH BOARD STEAM
fcwt, central location. 1022 Hawthorn av.
ALDRI0H DINING PARLORS.
We serve the best. 105 7th st S.
MACHINERY
ON WOEKING AND WOOD WOKKIHG HA.
cillery large stock of second-hand and new
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st 8. Mpla.
WILLIAMSON MERCHANT, PATENT _AW.
yers and solicitors main office, 925-983 Guar
anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McQuJ
building, Washington. D. C.
PROI^BSSIONAL^
8UPERFLUOuTl_^rTiwL_srETcT, PEBMA
nently removed by electricity. Miss Holllster,
77-78 Syndicate Block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist.
S _tF_TTOTJ_ TTATTt, "WAItTS, MOLES, F_&.
manently cured by electricity. Feeley
Crocker. 622 Nicollet av.
^HOTOGRAPHIO^UPPLIES^ KODAKS, FREM08, CENTURIES. WE ARE
the leading agency in the northwest for these
leading cameras, Developing and finishing
done. O. H. Peck Co.. 112-114-116 5th t S.
ATTORNEYS
E. S CRANE,
725 Temple Court, Minneapolis.
Prompt attention given to all legal business
and collections. Your correspondence solicited.
^^^AjMNTSJJ^NTED^^^ HAIL AND CYCLONE INSURANCE CASH
commissions: hustlers can make $10 to $40 per
day In Minnesota. Address 825 Rallwoy bldg.
DYEING A ND GLEANING
TWIN CITY DYE WQKS..
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Oak Sideboard
This is a particularly neat piece,
finished in golden has two small
and one large drawer, and a fair
sized German plate mirror. Regu
lar value, $18.
Friday,
special
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
For Sale.
HORSESHORSESHORSES.
200 head of first class drlveis, delivery and
general purpose hors es left over from our
government contract will be sold at once re
Kardlpsg of cost or value. These horses are all
sound and young. If you want a bargain come
immediately. Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway
Horse Market. St. Paul.
ONE EINE BROUGHAM THIS CARRIAGE
has been used but little and is in first class
condition come and see It. I will give you
a great bargain. Also a rubber-tired run
about and a line trap, and two top bugsiCf
1 two-seated runabout wagou all these rigs
are as good as new. A. C. Atkinson, 09 12th
_st_S.
$16,000 BANKROTT STOCK HARNESS AND
saddles Just received. Including new and sec
ond hand, must be sold, 30 0 genuine mbber
trimmed Kay buggy harness. $10.67, worth
$20. Midway Harness Co., J^50 University av,
opposite horse market. See our exhibit. Manu
facturers' building, state fair.
00 TO 1,000 HEAD OF ALL CLASSES OR
horses constantly On hand. We are the larg
est dealers in horses and mules in this coun
try. If you are iln need of anything in the
horse line come to the great horse market.
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul,
Mlnn!
STRAWBERRY ROAN FAMILY-BROKE
horse, weight 1,200, sound rubber-tire runa
bout and harness, almost new, cheap want
money must sell this week. 309 8th st SE.
TEAMS WANTED AT C. A. SMITH LUMBER
Co.'s sawmill, or job hauling green or dry
millwood, delivery. Apply wood and coal office,
44th av N and Lyndale.
F0R~ SALEONE OPEN NEW WAGON,
1
one
axleson Hfcht open wagon, 1^4 axles
Bangor bugg} all cheap to close them
out.
FURNlsHED~ll00iaHnFMb^^
vate family, lady employed during day pre
ferred will give breakfast and dinner fine
location references exchanged. Mrs. Miller,
2010 Park av.
LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT, SUITABLE
foi two- also smaher room in modern steam
heated house, large lawns, 0 o'clock dinners,
gas, bath and telephone. J122 4th av S.
TWO YOUNG MEN WITH GOOD REFER,
ences can get board and room in thoroughly
modern house, walking distance, by addressing
7242. Journal.
TWO SINGLE ROOMS IN MODERN FLAT
suitable for two men board nearbv if
deHORSEharness,0
sired. 1714 1st av S, second floor.
HOTEL RICHMOND HAVE A FEW DESIRA
ble rooms, with excellent table board at $7FOB
128 Western av.
CARRIAGE HORSES-A PAIR OF CHEST
nuts, finely matched, young, sound and city
broke will be in Minneapolis fair week. Ad
diess 6085. Journal.
FOR SALEOPEN AND TOP DELIVERY
wagons and heavy business runabout. Wallis
Coach & Carriage Works, 12 and 14 E
Grant st.
BLOOM & MAJERUS,
Dealers in all classes of horses part time
-*vhen desired Stables. 24 8 and 25 0 2 a N
horse, price $100 "X023 Central av.
nepin av.
THE LEADING
French dry cleaners To ladles' and gents'
clothing and all houSeBold goods. 816 Nicollet.
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH 'DRY
cleaning works. 725 Hennepin av. Both phone*.
je^KKXERS^
FUR REMODELING AND RE-
^jft^'^^f'"
8
FOR SALECHEAP, MATCHED DRIVING
team of mares', city broke, true and gentle
also new harness. Call 521 9th st S. flat C.
FOR SALESPAN BAY HORSES, WEIGHT
2,600, true, gentle and sound no use fo^J^OST^OTra^EW^RDS^
them price $175. 407 Madison st NE.
HORSESHORSESHORSES.
All-kinds from $50 up.
Kelly & Zimmerman. 12 2d st N.
FOR SALETWO-SEAT CANOPY-TOP COLUM
bus buggy, nearly good as -new will sell
cheap. In barn, 1123 Hawthorn av.
1,00 POUNDS, GOOD TOP BUGGY
and $30 takes it. or will Bell sep
arate. Call 726 Van Buren st NE.
SALEBLACK FAMILY MARE, WEIGHT
1,150. perfectly gentle: make good delivery
$100 TAKES FINE 5-YEAR-OLD MARE, PART
English hackney have no time to break her.
George Flske, Robbinsdale, Mlnm
FOR SALEONE GOOD HORSE AND SINGLE
harness, nearly new runabout $115 takes it.
527 Humboldt av N.
3FOK 6AEON SPRING "WAGON, GOOD A S
new, $16 or delivery wagon. Call at 014
8th St SE.
HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
WB5id:
TEAMS^WANT-D^AT^EW^SHM^An^
way shop, Snelling and University avs, St.
Paul camp, barn and blacksmith on grounds
no charges for shoeing good, long job. George
Cooke, Snelling and University.
WANTEDGOOD HIVING HORSEMUS
be cheap for cash. Call at once, 291 9 Hen
WILL BE LOCATED AT REVILLO, B. D..
Sept. 1 the best chicken grounds in South
Dakota I have several well trained shooting
dogs for sale and also to rent. Write for
prices and dates. W Converse, Hevillo.
S. D.
GOOD STOCK PRIZE TAKERS ENGLISH FOX
terrier, hounds and St. Bernards, at Henry
Hahn, Medicine Lake.
FOR SALEFRENCH POODLE DOG, THREE
months' old Just the thing for children. Call
2015, 11th av S.
FINE YOUNG WELL-BRED MILCH COW
cheap. 3209 9th av S3.
MINING INVESTMENTS
BUY STOCKS WHEN THEY ARE CHEAP.
You wiU regret jour lost opportunity after
they have advanced 100 to 200 per cent. This
week Bonanz Queen and Alaska Central pfd
advanced 50 per cent at a Jump. 'Panhandle
Smelter, Mount Union Consolidated and Anglo
Saxon ought to do even better next week.
Buy these stocks now. Remember I have
bargains In several thousand other stocks be
sides these, and if you fail to get my prices
before buying any stock, nine chances to oneBENZ
you are paying too much. R. B. Hlgbee, 410-
411 Germanla Life Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
Both phones. Established In 1899.
UNLISTED STOCKS.
Bring us your buying and Belling orders
for any stocks.
Crandall, Pierce Co., 416 Guaranty Bldg.
Main 1650-J2. T. C. 9283.
FOR SALEA LIMITED AMOUNT OF STOCK
in a producing, completely equipped gold mine
a profitable investment and not a speculation.
O. Box 410 Minneapolis. Minn.
HAVE SOMETHING GOOD I N NEVADA
mining properties to show you I live "on
the ground" and know what Is being done."
W. S. Ramer, 2507 Fremont av N.
pill
$11
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
1 Rambler runabout, with buggy top $200
1 Rambler runabout, with buggy top, 8
horsepower 22 5
Oldsmobile, newly painted, In AX con
diti on 25 0
1 Knox, 8 horsepower, 4-passenger car 250
1 Cadillac, model B, with tonucau 575
1 Ford, 10 horsepower, detachable tonneau,
almost new 560
1 Locomobile steamer, in good shape 200
1 Century tourist, 8 horsepower, 4-passenger
car 250
ISorthwestern Motor Vehicle Co.,
210 6th St. S,
Minneapolis, Minn.
SNAPS IN SECOND-HAND AUTOS.
1902 Kambler, one seat, $200.
1904 Rambler, 16-h,p double cylinder, $700.
190 4 Olds' touring car with tonneau. $525.
1904 Rambler, single cylinder, $420.
1905 Marion party leaving city $1,000.
Great Western Cycle & Auto Co.,
612 1st Av. s.
State agents for Rambler, Marlon and Na
tional.
CALL ON OR WRITE TO THE J. N. JOHNSON
Co 91 5 Nicollet av Both phones 19SU.
Automobile llres $12 up.
Bicycle tires $1.50 up.
Solid carriage tires $3.50 up.
We do vulcanizing and repairing on all kinds
of tires.
FOR SALE OR TRADESINGLE SEATED
automobile, large roomy seat, 12 horsepower,
double piston engine, strong and powerful rig
this may be had at a bargain as I have two
cars and don't need but one may be seen at
2049 Lyndale av S.
FOR SALE190* 18-H0RSEP0WER RAMBLER,
run about 1,000 miles, good as new, will sell
at a bargain If taken at once, no trader, but
cash deal only, don't -write, c-ill and see ma
Chine. Thos. W. Short, 124 and 128 Endicott
Bldg., St. Paul.
FOR SALECADILLAC LIGHT TOURING
car, fine running order, tires nearly new, 30x
3% Dunlop, a bargain. B. G. Baker, 013
Washington av S.
EDWARDS CYCLE CO., 119 6th ST S. THE
best equipped repair shop in the city also
a good line of second-hand wheels on hand.
A NUMBER OF SEC0ND-HANITTAUT0S7~IN
first-class condition. A. H. Ekbergh, 907 Nlc
ollet av.
AUTOS ON EASY PAYMENTS. FOR. PARTI0
ulars address 8081, Journal,
WILL THE PERSON *VH0 PICKED UP
purse containing lady's gold watch and chain:
also $5 gold piece and some chance, lost on
8th and Central car Monday evening, kindly
return for reward to Miss Addie M. Cresap.
American Type Founders Co.. 21 1st st S.
LOSTA BAY HORSE, 6 YEARS OLD, THREE
wtite feet and white nose hog mane brand
on near shoulder bare feet notify corner of
Portland av and Minnehaha parkway for re-COLLARS
_ward. T.C. j)hone_7286.
LOSTA PAIR OF EYEGLASSES WITH A
little srold 'chain attached, on the corner of
lltli and Haw thorn av. Please return to
N., 1117 1st av N, for reward.
LOSTBUNCH OP KEYS, BETWEEN OFFICE
and Cottagewood, Minnetonka finder please
return to F. H. Wagner Agency, New York
Life building, for reward.
LOSTSATURDAY AFTERNOON IN MINNE
nana park sold university pinlook like
M. and T. across It. Reward. W. A. R.,
3335 Portland av.
LOSTSUNDAY NIGHT BLACK AND WHITE
setter dog name Dick had on strap collar
for reward telephone B. T. Drake, Powers
Mercantile Co.
FOUNDA PLACE TO HAVE YOUR TRUNKS
repaired or exchanged for new ones. 14 Wash
ington aT X. Wm_ orenz. Bijou Trunk Fac
tory.
LOSTONE COUNTER IN POWERS' STORE,
pair spectacles (gold colored frames), return
_to 10 7th st S, Hulet block, for reward.
LOSTON LAKE MINNETONKA B0ULE
vard, alligator-skin satchel. Return to H.
A Gallaher, Guaranty Loan buildin g.
FOUNDA BOX CONTAINING SILVERWARE
owner can have same by proving property.
Mrs. H. L. Wilson, 328 10th st S.
TAKEN FROM CALHOUN BATHHOUSE TUES
day, boy's bicycle, Dayton, New Departure
brake reward. 1320 2d av S.
LOSTLAST FRIDAY, GOLD STONE BROOCH,
small reward if returned to 1940 Henneoin av.
OTORAGE^
SHE BOYD TRANM_R^8T0RAGE CO."HAS
unequaled facilities for moving, storing, pack
ing and shipping household goods, and quotes
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES thereon to Chi
cago, Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast points.
Others advertise such rates, and may succeed
occasionally in making up a car. but we alone
are able to shin with sufficient frequency and
regularity to insure prompt and reliable ser
vice. For the best of service at the lowest
rates, write or cell at 46 3d st S.
MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER STORAGE 00
have best faculties for handling and storing
household goods expert furniture ^packers
satisfaction assured car rates to Pacific coast
and other points our specialty. 122 5tn st S.
Both phones.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Best faculties for moving and storing house
hold goods expert packers. Office, 200 Nlcol
let. Both phones 1208. Res, phone. T. C. 13324.
BROS.. TRANSFER AND STORAGE'
finest vans and warerooms goods moved by
experienced men. 112 5th st N. Both tela..
95?
NEW WAR-HOUSEFURNITURE STORED,
moderate rate Inaulre bakery. 12th-st-8d av S.
-NSTEUCTION
THE NORTHWESTERN CORRESPONDENCE
SchoolThorough and scientific training in the
manufacture, application and finish of struc
tures In concrete the experience of 21 years
at your service. Send to printed matter.
Box 482, Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTEDPOSITION TO TEACH ENGLISH
FOB aALE-maOELIiANEOUa*
GBEATEST VALXTE8 EVES OrTEBED IM MIW
and second-hand office, store, restaurant, bankeT
drug, cigar and brand new bar fixtures. C!om*i
plete furnishings for lodge rooms.
We caU attention especially to the large
stock of sample showcases bought from L.
Paulle at a big discount for cash. Intending
buyeis should get our prices before going else
where.
Hare an enormous stock of safes, alj vise*
and makes.
Desks, chairs, tables,
Scales, window display fixtures, mirrors,--'
typewriters, wallcases, coffee mills, etc. f^8
Twin City Fixture Co. Z&4
228 ad at 8
5
STATE FAIB. VISITORS
Will find it to thoir Interest to call on If
In need of new or second-hand fixtures or
furniture. We carry the largest and best line
at lowest prices, In the twin cities, In car
loads or small lots. Stoves, ranges, bureaus,'
commodes, chlffonleres, tables, stands, chairs,
beds, parlor suites, bookcases, buffets, cup
boards, carpets, roll top and stand desks.
safes, letter hies, wall, flour and counter
showcases, counters, shelving, butcher's, bak
er's, restaurants' outfits complete. Kyan & La
Due, 1022 Washington av S.
&K.^LX EIANO .SALE OUR ANNTJA1. MID
summer sale of pianos Is now in full blast.
The greatest piano sale ever held lu Minne-,
apolis 2UU flue pianos going at about hall
their value. Upright pianos at (SO, bo, $100,"
$llo, $115. Now is the time of times to make
gieat savings on tine pianos. A $350 Brink
erhoff piano for $215 $450 Braumuller plan-i,
for $2oo. $5UO Sohwer pinno to $10O: $*-
liolner ft Campbell tor $245-, $470 Beauing
puuio for $280, $400 Sterling piano for $225.
lr
Terms down to $5, (0, $7 a mouth. Call or*
v,iite at once. Foster & Waldo. 3fl 5th at V'
corner Nicollet av.
ONE 10-INOH INSIDE HOLDER $160
9-lnch four-side moltler 150
1 8-inch four-side Smith molder XIUWS
1 7-inch four-side Houston molder 11U
1 6-lncb four-side Hall & Brown moulder.. 100 i
No. 2 Smith mortiser 90 j.
lrou fr&tae door clzLmp 50^7
1 double fan, 15-lnch outlet 60-
1 tenoning machine
80'd
1 planer and matcher..* 160
J. H. Kerrick,
120 3d av N. J
SALE TOMOIUtOW. "zii
bottles, suitable for small store or general
store drug department will sell small stock"
of drugs and patents if desired. Address 7147,
Journal.
LUMBER, NEW AND OLD SHINGLES, DOORS
and windows, very cheap get our estimates7'J
and save money. N W Lumber Wrecking
Co. Yards, 8th and 14t a S Washington
and loth avg N. Office. 319 Hennepin av.
FOB SALENEW AND SECOND HAND BIL
lard and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds
easy payments send for catalogue and price
list. The Brunswick. Balke, Collender Co.,
426 and 428 3d st S. Minneapolis.
FINE DROPHEAD SINGER, $18 DROPHEAD^
Automatic, $20 Domestic, $12 Standard. $12 r
Wheeler Wilson. $12 White. $5: Singer. $3.-tt
Repair all makes. Removed from 1st av S tov
alseide.
O2o Nicollet a
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS.
All makes, will ship for inspection. Send
for illustrated catalogue and bargain llst.^.
Minnesota Typewriter Co., 319 Hennepin ay.
to $ 2 25, factory TV ood, dr $ 2 50 Plymouth
Lumber Co.. 237 Hennepin. Main 3840-L1. T_v
C. 2807.
HALLWOOD CASH REGISTERS.
Fine line of total adding and strip printing
registers also second-hand registers. 221 3d'
st S.
FOR SALE-rCHIFFONIER, BUREAU, COUOH*
rug, Iron bed, all-hair mattress, dining table
and other articles. 31 13th st S. T. C. 2650.
FOR SALECHEAP, SECOND-HAND BICY.
ties In first-class condition. W. K. Wong. Ad
dress 726 Nicollet av, Minneapolis, Minn.
HA 'S SAFES. NEW AN SECOND-_A__-
largest stock In the northwest. UeriEbt"*
_&_Co., 318_2d a S. Tel. Mai: 3121.
INVALIDS' CHAIR&~F0R~__NT~A_D f0''
sale patients' greatest comfort, In or out*
doors. Buchsteln Co., J8 1st av S._
FOR SALEGENUINE BELGIAN HOMERS
from imported stock best for squab breeders
cheap. Call evenings, 2032 2d av S.
THE EXCHANGE STORE'S PRICES ARE THE
lowest on new and second-hand furniture, or
we exchange with yon. 117 5th S.
SPECIAL BARGAINS I N BAND INSTB.TT
votents. Call or write Max A Kohen's Loan
Office. 32 7 Washington a S.
FOR SALESOME FURNITURE, HEATER
and large Brussels rugs will sell cheap If
taken soon. 802 10th st S.
THE MAPLE LEAF FURNITURE STORE, 919
Washington av S, buys and sells all kinds of
household goods.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAINGAS RANGE.
four holes, two ovens, in fine condition. 614
E 22d st.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON A PIANO.
M. Schula Co., wholesale warerooms 710-718
1st av 8. AND CUFFS, lo EACH UNDER.'
wear (machine washed), 5c. Phone Eclipse
.undrv.
WE HAVE A FEW ODD STEEL RANGES W_^
are selling very cheap. Brand Store Co. 33 0
4th av S.
FOB SALEMINK-LINED OVERCOAT, NEAR,
ly new, good size owner going south. 7211,
Journal.
WHITE'S MOVING & STORAGE 00. WOULD
like to see you. Please call 215 5th st S.
SECOKD-HAHD njE.IXTJE UKV OBEAS
and on easy_tlme_. White. ^15 5th stjS.
FOR SALE-ONE SMITH PREMIER, 0JT_
Remington, cheap. Call 416 3d S.
ft
^^NTEDJ^CgiANEOJg^X. WANTED40 FEET OF CHEAP PINE CEIL
iug, office partition, 7 to 9 feet high. Ad
dress at once M. A. Nelson, 1217 Washington
av S.
WANTED SECONDHAND FURNITURE,
stoves, store and office fixtures pay more than
local dealers. 417 Wash av S. T: C. 2817.
DERRICKSTIFF LEG O BOO M, ABOUT 6
tons capacity, must be In good condition.^ To
basco Plantation Co., 14 Lumber Exchange.
WANTED-T0 BUY SECOND-HAND MOTOR
cycle state lowest cash price. Address 3.
Hansen, Random Lake, Wis.
WANTEDTO BUY AT ONCE, GOOD WHEEL
in first-class condition must be cheap foe
cash. 7274. Journal.
WILL SELL YOUR PROPERTY. SEND DB
scrlptlon and price. Shepard. Bank Commerce.
O EXCHANGE Miacellaneoua
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR
piano player (Cecllian, with pianola attach
ment): cost $285, six months' old? Or for
$250 cement block machine, complete? or for
farm or city land? 200 Hennepin av.
TO EXCHANGEA FINE $6,000 IMPLEMENT
and buggy business, this county, no competi
tion, for $25 land. Freeman Bros., Mason''
City, Iowa.
MOVING^
4
W are closing out all odds and ends in fur *^4
niture of aU Kinds to make room lor lot flue
furniture samples now en route. Special bar- A. ?j
gains on leather goods, mahogany tablet, i
rockers and bedroom furniture. Other furni- a
ture and rugs taken in exchange. Bown's old it -4
established salesrooms, No. 9 5th st 8, op-.'\
poslte Lumber Exchange. i?
NEW TERHlTOItY, NEW HAILH.OAD. "BOO." 4"?
new towns, new stores, new goods, new laces,
new money and new success in our live new-'j''
stations along the new Soo Hues now building 4".,
over 30 new towns, hundreds of new oppor-5."-"8
tunltles. Write Townsite Department, Soo
Line, Minneapolis. "Br
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW SOMETHING
about my business, I loan tbe most, charge tne
least on diamonds, watches, furs, clothing,
musical instruments large stock of un-'j
clmed cooda alWol son'ss loan office.. *V
claimed goods for salealso
10a8i Washingtonfoarvs Se..
THE BOYD TRANSF-R^TsTORAGE CO. HA*
unequaled faculties for moving, storing, pack* 'A
lag and shipping household goods, and quotes yttt
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES thereon to Chi- "2
cago, Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast points, xm
Others advertise Buch rates, and may succeed l'''M
ccasionaUy In making up a car, but we alone gl-|
re able to ship with sufficient frequency and i|
regularity to Insure prompt and reliable sarv^ ^O
ice. For the best of service at the lowest
rates,_write or_call at 46 8d st S. -^ffSl
MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER^AND STORAGS
let both opes SOS, ttMen HM
grammar, arithmetic and geography by expert- ,,The Eighth Ward Feed Transfer, 10
enced teacher. 7165, Journal. 2p_a_f St. Both 'phones.
FURNITURE MOVING, BY CAREFUL, Ex
perienced men expretsiirj, trunks delivered,
i
Wolff son' loan office
~r
S
FOR SALEA SET OAK^DRUG SHELVING, 9
drawers, cupboards, prescription case, shelf i
A
PIANOA VERY FINE GABLER PIANO,
large size, excellent condition, only $175 thlv
piano mufc be seen to be appreciated. S W-^-
xtaudenbush & Uo., 703 Nicollet.
_riu_AlOKS, ICEBOXES, DISHES, GAS
and gasolene stoves and ranges outfits for-.
fair grounds bicycles $2.50 up. Modern Mart""
__\change,_55-57__10th_ st S.
THE
ANCIENTfor
MART FOR THE
BARTER,
modern mart bargains bed springs, 50c
couches, $2, heating-btoves, $1. Modem Mart,
55-57 loth st S.
BIG SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS $60 LAT
est drophead Singer only $17.50 drophead, $10
White, $7.75 Singer, $4.70 warranted. Elmer,
_71oast av_S.
FOR QUICK MEAL STEEL RANGES, QUICK
Meal. Garland, Reliable and Jewel gas ranges,
Chica go clothes dryers, C. Herbert Smith, _E4
Honnepln av.
UPRIGHT V0SE PIANO, ROCKESS, VELVEf"
and Brussels carpets, dining table and chain,
bookcase, refrigerator, steel range. 2807 Du
pout av N.
WOODDRY. $2.60 AND $2.75 GREEN, fl.50
J
rtf
Co. has best facilities for handling and tor*
ing household goods expert furniture packer*
satisl\\ction assured car rates to Pacific coast
and c't'ner points can save yon money 4 4
not bo deceived by other advertisers wa ca*
1
and wlU do what we ag regarding car rates.*
Write or caU. Safes /id heavy machinery:'
moved hy experts. 122 5th t S. Both phone*.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE EX
pert paclers for storage or shipment large and
commodity vans for moving. Office, 300 Nlcol.

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