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I By special arrangement with Glenn
L. Saxton, architect, 242-244 Security
Bank building, a complete set of
plans and specifications of this
house, including one set of blue
prints, will be furnished at Mr. Sax
ton's office for $25. These will be
complete in every detail. Mr. Sax
ton will also furnish to the Journal
readers for $1 a beautiful, practical
and helpful book of plans, entitled
"American Dwellings," of houses
ranging from $400 up. In case plans
are ordered from the book, the price
of the publication will be refunded,
Portfolio No. 2, of residences cost
Ing from $3,000 to $50,000, 50c port
folio No. 3, of stores, banks and
churches, 50c. A church portfolio
will also be given free to any reader
of The Journal upon application
to the architect.
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT
Built in 1906Cost to Build, $3,200, Ex
clusive of Plumbing and Heating.
Here is an example of what was done
for a woman who desired a house that
would be a good investment for keeping
boarders. Every inch of space is utilized
to the best advantage. This would also
work as a duplex house by rearranging
the stairway, thus giving a fine duplex
house for a small amount of money, as
it can be built today for $3,200. I have
a contractor who is ready to take the
contract at that price, build the house
complete of first-class materials, back
phistered and furnished with storm sash
and screens complete. SJze. 25 by 38
fret 6 inches over the mam part first
story, 9 feet second, 8 feet 6 inches
and there Is space for four nice rooms in
the attic if desired. Full basement un
der the entire house birch floors
birch finish thruout.
I furnish complete plans for $25.
The woman who is moving i
house will do well not to furnish ita com
pletely all at once, or before she has
lived in it for a while. Let her first
place such of her old furniture as she
wishes to keep, then from time to time
a new chair or another table can be
added to fill some vacant corner.
Or it is better to let the corner re
nuiin I are until she runs across some
thing which will exactly suit the space
to I filled.
Tt is far preferable to buy furniture
to suit the apartment than to select a
house to fit the furniture, when it can
be done, and, ou the other hand, many
a. woman has spoiled the interior of her
library in hurrying to a shop to pur
chase something chosen for the number
of square feet which it contains rather
than for the suitability or beauty of
the object itself.
The woman of moderate means will
do well to insist upon simplicity in her
furnishings, particularly if her house
is vei'v small or if she must accommo
date.herself to few rooms. Let all that
fclieJiuys be the best of its kind, even
if verv simple, and let her avoid much
carved wood work, particularly if she
must do her own dusting.
This is one of the greatest charms
Kilobit the so-called mission" furni
ture. It presents a good appearance
and (Iocs not require much painful and
intricate brushing and chamoising.
It is much better to have a room
fairly bare of furniture for a while
than to crowd it with a lot of odd
pieces win do not suit it, and require
much care at liousecleaning times.
The woman who learns that coziness
does not necessarilv mean a crowded
look has made a great stride in interior
fcAKE HARRIET COTTAGE$2400
buys a four-room cottage, in Linden
Hills, size 24x28 feet, located on
Park boulevard, near 43d street, over
looking the lake. Large porch,
screens and storm sash, city water,
hardwood floors. Large quarter-acre
lot, east front terms, $700 cash, bal
206 Andrus Building.
$46003145 Lyndale av S, a very
attractive home of seven large rooms,
in the eighth ward, one year old
exceedingly well built, beautifully
finished and decorated thruout, ma
hogany on lower floor, with enameled
woodwork above, all of the best qual
ity, large colonial brick fireplace in
living room, beamed ceiling, weath
ered oak finish in dining room, with
mission sideboard birch floors thru
out screened in porches, gas fixtures,
combination gas and electric light,
bathroom with tiled walls, laundry,
hot water heating plant, gas stove,
boiler connected with plant, a very
attractive home large well graded
lot. 45x119.5 feet. Surrounding
neighborhood and improvements very
Second av S. A modern
home of ten rpoms, first-class in every
particular walking distance hard
wood floors and finish thruout steam
heat, gas fixtures, open nickel plumb
ing, porcelain bath large lot, 52.5
front. Eeasonable terms. Call at
office for permission to examine prop
$44753308 Lyndale av S. A beau
tiful cottage of seven rooms, hard
wood finish and floors thruout, hot
water heating plant, full basement,
combination fixtures, shades. House
handsomely decorated. East front
lot, 48x118 feet.
$2500Sunnyside.* Submit offer for
a fine west front lot on Aldr'ich av
S between Franklin and 22d st.' All
improvements. Size 65x125 feet.
$800Only four fine lots left on El
liot av between 31st and 320 sts,
facing west. All improvements. Sev
eral fine new houses building in this
block this Beason. Easy terms.....
$425A good lot on Clinton JivTtje
:twoen 27th and 28th sts, facing west.
$.&im 46x127 ,feet Impjovemfljrts-^jjit
and paid for. This lot lies low but
a great bargain. ,Rssonable terms.
ARE YOU PLANNIN TO BUILD?
HER E I S A HOUSE TO STUDY
There has been much said and writ
ten of late vears regarding the colonial
homes. The types of these homes va
ried somewhat in different localities.
The Georgian colonial home, as com
mon thru the south, differs quite ma
terially from the severely plain type
of houses that were built thruout the
old New England states.
Many of these old names are still
kept in the families and some of them
are still lived in, loved and almost re
vered. This is one of the many rea
sons of the popularity of the colonial
$30002313 Fremont av N. This
price only for immediate sale. Ex
ceptional value in an eight-room,
thoroly modern house with bathroom,
furnace heat, good plumbing, full
basement, fine east front lot 50x157
feet. Desirable residence section.
Very reasonable terms to right pur
$20001816 Hillside av. Forest
Heights, iln eight-room house, mod
ern except heat, with bath, open nick
el plumbing, everything in first-class
condition. Terms,-$400 cash, balance
reasonable. Good lot.
$45003241 Oakland* a v. A new.
strictly modern, up-to-date home of
eight rooms and bath, finished in red
oak with maple floors, sideboard built
in hot water heating plant, gas fix
tures, plastered laundry, fine large
pantry, coal bins, etc. Lot 40x118
$5500A- desirable investment in a
modern double house at 1805-1807 3d
av S. Ten rooms on each side, oak
finish, fireplaces, baths, laundries, fur
nace heat, total rental $56 per month.
Good repair. Lot 50x128 feet. First
class location. Paved street. Beau
$25003008 Colfax av S. A very at
tractive eight-room cottage, modern
except heat, with complete new bath
room, gas fixtures, decorations, fine
large east front lot, 46x136 feet.
First-class condition thruout. Very
$3000231 "West 33d st. A bargain
in a ten-room house, modern except
heat, oak finish on lower floor, full
basement, good bathroom with open
plumbing rooms are large ax'A well
arranged. House is up-to-date and in
first-class repair. Lot 40x110 feet to
COLONIAL TYPE OF
HOMES IS POPULAR
Many Improvements on the Houses of Our Forefathers,
but General Type Holds Its Own Unchanged.
S350 each. Fine west front lots on
Longfellow a^between 31st and 32-1
sts, size 50x125 feet each. Very rea
$200Lot on Sheridan av N between'
24th and 26th avs, facing west. Size
40x136 feet. City water and side
walk. Lies well. Easy terms.
$475Prospect Park between Twin
Cities. Facing Cecil street just south
of Hamline av, .size 50x127 feet. East
front. Reasonable terms.
$275Corner lot on Oakland av. and
39th st, facing ga'st
jvery w.ell .8k^48^1
style of houses. At the present time
the maority of home builders' do* not'
adhere strictly to the severe plain
ness of these early homes.
In many ways we have improved our
building, and in many ways we can
take a lesson from our forefathers'
methods of construction. There was a
thoroness and .an honesty manifested
in their work that explains the reason
of many of the old homes being in
such good condition at the present day.
A colonial home recently erected for
a Minnesota banker is plain in its ex
terior and finish, but faithful in its
treatment. It has a quiet, dignified
appearance that is pleasing to every
one who. has seen it. The construction
thruout is thoroly good, but not extrav
a gant. There is nothing left undone
that would make a good house, and
there is no attempt at useless orna
mentation or needless display.
The frame of the house is con?
structed of good seasoned timber of
sufficient size to insure rigid construc
tion. The face of the wall is built of
a hard, vitrified dark red brick.
-the size of this house is 52 feet front
and 47 feet deep. The main portion of
the house, 35 feet in depth, is covered
with a gambrel roof with round top
dormers and center gable lighting the
third story The two main gable ends
are finished in timber and cement,
astered in the panels. The cornice is
close molded and bracketed. The
treatment of the front is symmetrical,
with an ample porch at the main en
trance the center.
The central hall is wide,
stairway leading it opposite
the entrance. Th'euwlivingroom opens at
At the opposite end is a wide, Spacious
fireplace, on either side of which are
low casement windows opening onto a
broad piazza. Both the front porch
and side piazza are constructed with
stone foundations and tile floors.
The- dimngroom openso back of the
room. A noticeable feature of the iS
P^ity, at the same
library opens from the left of thfe hail
opposite, the livingroom. Back of th"
library is a convenient rear hall con
necting b/va door with the main hall
Opening from this rear hall is the s?de
entrancer, ample lavatory, coatroom!
a and servants diningroo
I he kitchen at the rear onnects th
Platform of the stairs with them dining
Lie? fnorth. eet Term
$50 cash, $10 monthly, 6 per cent in
addition, there are two servW
Jt witt be ofpressed brlokt: cut Lake Superior
sandstone', ornicinentacDton balconies gatvanined
Iron, cornice, pitch and gravel roonug, all hard
wood gnish apd floors, jelectric wiring, harflfstell
plaster, speaking tubes, electric door openers,
leaded and plate glass, gas stoves,, refrigerators,
best open plumbing, with hot iad COM 'water
thruout steam heat. 0. G. Davis, archlect. 304
Kasota building. Cost, 921,000.
A. L. Dorr, architect, has plans for the. foun
dation for the Pearce *b Walton building at
Ninth and Nicollet. The* excavatfug -is about
complete and figures are" being taken for this
portion of the worjk, which will be put In this
fall. Work oil the superstructure will be let so
as to proceed early in the spring. The building
is 1Q4 on Nicollet, TO"feat deep/. Three stores
will be erected now. There will be pressed
brick, vjut,j8toue, .plate-glass, iron^beams and
column's, hardwood ijoorsy.hara
logany with beamed ceiling. The hall
ha chambers in
a suite with
bath, theside guestf bathroom at the'
0 PP,osit the housebeing
haso a large, beauti-
The stories are lotwi in height eisht
The beauty, fimpbelty
e^'as'well^r ft r\Td Sis
about 8x8. Work
il plaster, gal
vanized iroii.work composition roof,, heating and
plumbing. T.-:'.* ii::\
John Kugqulsi, '4&i^ Blatedell avenue, has the
general coutruct to. erect* a frame residence at
5112 Eleventh avenue ft'lfor B. ft Lfevnutf. It
will'be 24x2$. Cost $2,-000. He also has the
contract to" erect :a---t^rfo-6tory frame residence
at,2841 Lake of the Isles boulevard, which will
be 82x26, modern -interior flnish -and
Cost, S3,000. He .has -also7
begun worf on
modem frame residence about the same size
and style of interior.'finish^ at 2838 .James ave
nue S. Wock will continue, during the winter,
to be completed about June. Cost, $3,000.
Gust Lagevqulst (A installing three freight
elevators in the Soo freight depot at Second
street and tfilth. avepue. N. Two wiU, be 8x8,
electric D. C. wormgear, type of 6,000 pounds
capacity, and* one 4x5 also two at the Soo shops,
and Quincy, each
C. G. Davis, architect has plans for a-brick
veneer flat building td pe erected at Eighteenth
street and Fourteenth avenue S. It will be 39x
51, of pressed .brick, piteh,and gravel roofing, all
hardwood interior finish and .floors, hard wall
plaster, leaded and platg glass, best open
plumbing with hot and cold water thruout.
Proposals are how being, taken Estimated cost,
The Keith company, "architect, Is preparing
plans for a building at Fourth street and Fifth
avenue S for Kimball, & Storer company. It
will be 77x182, two-story, and deep basement.
Of pressed brick and- cut stone,, plate glass, iron
beams and columns, reinforced concrete fire
proof construction, composition roof, galvanized
iron work, plumbing, electric light conduit work,
gas and steam heating: Excavating will be
done this winter and wor,k on the superstruc
ture is to be begun in the early spring. Cost,
The Keith company has plans for a two-story
modern fr&me residence for- R. C. Peters & Co.,
at QmaTia, Neb., oost( $3,200 also plans for a
two-story modern frame residence for. A. ~R.
Jaquith of the Detroit'- Trust company, cost,
$4,000 also for A. L.: Brown at Greenwich.
Conn., tor cost $400Q and a brick residence for
Thomas -M. Evans at McKeesport, Pa.,, cost
$5,500 frame residence'' for C. C. Hanson at
Walker, Minn.,' cost '$2,500 frame residence
af Waterloo, Iowa, for W. C. Logan, cost
$5,000 frame .residencg^for Rev. Bruce J. Grif
fen at Tonington, Wyo., coBt $2,000 for E. L.
Edwards, Columbia, !tfo., cost $3,000', residence,
Fremont, Neeb., for N.' HT Barnard, cost $7,600.
W. P. Barton,' secretary board. of charities
and corrections, will ye^eive bids until,4 p.tn.,
Dec. 3, for the jnartile and tile work at the
new administration building at the city hospital,
on plans by L. A. Lamoreaux, architect. Check
for 5 per cent. r,,.
L. P. Anderson sepuped the general contract
to erect R. FF. Alteifton'd modern frame resi
dence at 2645 Humb"o}"dt avenue Sj Mclnerny
& Burke have the -contract for plumbing and
gas fitting, }leu L. ga'tton, architect. Cost,.
W, S. Hunt, architects-Is preparing plans for
two flat buildings f6r-ififve Peterson on Jef-
ferso'n'sfre&t NE. The&cwill each be 1ibout..44x
42,-- rfoKtaining ifonr aba.rtinentsvv .each., with
plumbing,r.bath, ,gas. .eleetrlc, .jvifjng,\ h&rdwood
floors, hard .wall plaster, pitch and gravel roof.
cured the generetfljcontract.to erect anyesidenee
for Louis Bonin at 719 Fifth street. N^, 2xa0k
two-story, brick veneered, modern interior
finish thruout. COst, vJfS,0P0/ iHsaha? also the
contract to erect a duplex residence, 26x48, at
615*'University avenuei*E, for Thonwri O'Brien,
to be modern interior finish thruout -and.r"fur-
noce. The work is to.bp. completer by 'June 1.
Bell & Detweiler, architects, have* speclfica
tioris for wood" and metallic furniture-, vault fit
tings" and electric light fixtures to- be installed
in the Benton county ..courthouse at Vinton,
Iowa. .Bids are to be'in hands of. A. H. "Tur
ner, county auditor, at 2v
-residence at 581 Walnut' street. It
The St. Paul board of education has approved
the suggestion of Sup,rlntenaent Ueeter ta S
^corporal punishment to be administered on*
by the principal of the school, after ~rmis2
4 in writing from parent or guardian.
p.m. Dec 18
Glenn L. Saxton, architect, is preparing $as
for a frame residence for Mrs. Leah Bennett,
--Grand Forks, N. D., cost,. $2,500., He has also
plans for a fr?me residence at Salisbury, N. C,
fp? Miss Alary Unties '-eost $2,000 for J.. W.
Wllkenson at Universtty, N. D., cost $2,500,
R. K. Knights has the general contract for
remodeling the Weisfcopf frame' residence at
2L11, Chicago' aventte :}nto a modern tw flat
house. A two-story frame "additiont 12x30, will
be put on and heating and plumbing installed.
t- F. HagUn, general contractor for the
Powers building, Fifttf and Nicollet, has the
steel'' beams nearly' in place. The brick Is us
to the third floor. Hydraulic-press briek Is be
ing used.' The Keith pompany, architect.
W. ,L. Frederick, 717 Fourth street NE, has
awarded the contract 'to erect his flat.building
at 400 Eighth avenue .NE to James Fitzgerald,
It will be 44x47, two-story and basement,
pressed brick veneered, to contain four apart
ments, modern interior finish. Work will pro
ceed during the winter to be completed In the
spring. Cost, $11,000-.
The Davis Construction company is erecting
a seven-room modern house at 3232 Aldrich ave
nue S. All hardwood interior finish and floors,
back-plastered, full basement, sideboard, plate
and leaded glass, hot water heat, storm sash
and screens., C. G. Davis, architect. Cost,
Judson-W." Elliott, 8228 First'avenue S, has
plans prepared by Glqnn-L, Saxtou, for a resi
dence which he will erect soon. It will be
28x25, two-story and' basement, modern interior
finish and furnace. Cost, $2,300.
Plans are ready for figures on basement of
the Linden Hills Congregational church- and the
plans for the superstructure will be ready for
figures soon. Rev. P. At. Cool, pastor, G. L.
T. E. Burns, 3331 Polk,street NE, has begun
work on the foundation for a frame residence
at 3804 Nicollet aveftjie, to be 24x28, work to
be completed by Aprilj." Cost, $1,800.
Glenn L. Saxton', architect, has plans com
pleted for the two-story frame school building
at Spring Park, Lake Mlnnetonka.
C, J. Sather, 2414 Lyndale avenue N, has let
the general contract to':.Wandersee & Moxley,
for his two-flat house at 2323 Dupont.aveuue N,
to be 29x50,' work' to be by May.
Cost, $2,000. -1*"
The Uniform Stave &. Package company has
been organized to engage in, the. manufacture
of patent barrel, The Pray building on
Sixth avenue S will befitted up for the plant.
Charles G'. Davis, architect. 304 Kasota.build
ing, is preparing plansfbr interior improvements
and changes to -be made :in Edward von Ende's,
residence. 88 Willow street. Proposals for par
quet flooring, beating- and plumbing will be
taken separate. Estimated cost, $3,000.
S. R. Fager, 3605 First avenue S, has plans
for a frame residence at 3816 Nicollet avenue.
It will be 24x26, two-story, attic and basement,
interior finish and furnace. The frame
is nearly up. It is to be completed,: about May
next. Cost, $2,800.
J3"ertrand, & Chamberlin, architects, have
started plans "for factory- buildings for the Self
Tbreading Needle company, near Lake street and
Colfax avenue S. The buildings will. be three
in number, of brick, 'three-story, 35x400'. Cost,
Carl J. Worrell, 3501" First avenue S. has let
the general contract-.to erect his resirence at
3636 Blaisdell avenue to, W. Z. Thornhill and
work will be begun' Immediately. It Will fce 28x
26, two-story and basement, modern interior
finish and furnace. Ccjsl:, $3,000
Isaac Whittle, 411 .Ontario street SB, has let
,the contract, to 0. .Hihjabl to erect
33. two-storv arid btfsemaut, modern' -interior
finish, to cost $2,000, 'v-
Lindstrom & WUUams, architect's, have plans
for residence at 3212 Humboldt avenue S.
for Charles W. Thoihsen of 2211 Twenty-fifth
avenue S. He. will .-.begin work soon. Cost,
Glenn L. Saxton. architect, is preparing plans
for two-story 'frame residence for .T. E. Van
Camp of Hlgbmor'c, 8. D. Cost, .$2,800.
Downs & Ends, architects, report theVgeneral
contruct to erect W D. Williams' residence at
Merriam Park let to John Peterson.
E C. Halov. architect, has' plans for a furni
ture' factory'at North St. Paul by John Luger.
It will be 80x100, t.wpjstorw, frame, mill cpnr
strucMon and coinnpwlan roof.
J. T. Cratacr. 512 Eightht avenue-NE,residenct has le
the general contract1
at 804,Fifth street NlB^,to Peter C. Giguere.. It
will be 24x42, t\ya-?toy and basement. Cost,
$2,500. "1A i,
James C.' WHson^.tel^Oak street SB.4'has be
gun work on a' "TwoifftdTy-' brick-- veneer store at
'3740 Minnehaha.Aveftu*,*.-.which will.ba 25x40
the: second floor Wjiu^he^ftticd for a flaju"" Cost,'
Andrew' Pierson.' 72^*-'Eleventh avenue 13. has
'hegttir^iwork" by- the do?TUT -two-story .modern
frame-Teaid?nceci26x8%a .at 3440 Sixteenth ave
.nuev S.,' ,Work -wlfl
ter. Cost, $2,500:: *'"'s
Ch'a.rles"F. Hedlng/1816 Second street S. has)
begun -woriohy the jjasuon,:- brlcfe and, frame
residence at 3282 Seventeenth avenue ft. II
will be 26x38, modem. Cost, $2500.
Among the many things to think
about, the Heating Question is th*
most serious. Consult with ua re
garding THE STORM KING FURNACE.
It -will keep your home warm dur
ing the coldest weather and will I
not cost you near as. much, for fuel
to operate as other fur
naces. THE ROBERTS HEAT-
ING & VENTILAT-
213-217 Third Street' So. I
Lewis Power Washing Machine!
CLEMENTS & SMITH, Sole Agts.
Hardware, Cutler TOO/M, Etc.
PLEASE CAL UP WO 8, THE CONTRAC DEPARTIEHT.
storm sash anger
Large Stock Right Prices
CITY SASH & DOOR GO.
4th St., Opp. Court House
MELONE-BOVEY LUMBER COMPANY
13TH AVENUE SOUTH AMD 3RD STREET
ajttiS BEST -JOB OF
HOT WATEB, HEATING
will ccst you no more than
au Inferior one If you have
It installed hy
J. A. 8H0GHEN,
15(J5 Hennepin AT.
Be sure arid get figures oa
your new or remodeled home.
I have the "Sadianlt 'Estate'* anfl
"Sparkling Universal" Base. Burners
for hard coal, and' "Cole's"' ttdt Blasts''
that will burn anything.:. Call and see
J- Hi SMITfi* HENNePlN AV
The Economy Fuel Saver in
creases the heating surface
three-fold, which saves the heat
that would otherwise go up the
chimney and by so doing heats
more space with less expense
than any heater ever made.
0 MODERN HOUSE
Is Complete without a TRI-STATE
(formerly Twin City) Telephone,
Because the TRI-STATE has the largest number of users, and
does the largest part of the telephone service of the city.
The cqmp^ny has brought Lower Jtates, Better Service and more
"Residence*rate lor xmlimited- service is $2.50 A MONTH.
We have"nonpartyTine^t- It v-
Office and Factory 426-428 First
Avenue 8. E.
WHAT IS IT?
The greatest labor saver ever Intro*
duced Into the household.
This motor Is connected by means of
a hose with the faucet In the kitchen
or laundry and driven by the
power of the city water pressure.
The entire mechanism is so simple
that a child can handle It.
A card will bring our representative
to your house or you can call and see
them In operation. Liberal Induce*
ments to responsible parties.
I If you want your work done well and at the right
price call or phone
Robert Simpson y Co., "VSS?1'
ALL KINDS OF
IIA V'O DOWNTOW N
We Furnish (Honey
To Buy or Build Homes on
Monthly Payments Less
We have bought and built over $500,000
worth of homes in the last four years
Call or send for booklet explaining our
plan and showing what we have done
for others and will do for you.
INSTALLMENT REALTY CO.
300 KASOTA BLOCK. i
Use the Anchor Stone Laemdry Tray.
Strongest and cheap
est tray on' the "mar
atone sidewalks, con
crete blocks, 'fancy
ANCHOR STONE LAVH.
DRY TRAY CO.,
Office 607 Phoenix Bldg.
Phone N. W. Main 3860.JL2 ff. C. 8404. Faotery,
2820 Lyndale ay S, phone X. C. 8122,
BEAD THIS LETTER.
3 Portly Minneapolis. Minn.
Wm. B. Knights, CityDear Sir: Since
you Installed for me one of your Combination
neatys I have yielded to the popular cry and
put In two of the best hot water systems
and one highly recommended steam plant.
Neither of the hot water plants nor the
steam has given as good satisfaction, been
as efficient or economical as the combination
neater put in by you.
For any building containing ten rooms or
under I will not again put In anything ex
cept one of your combination beaters. Yours
troly. 0. B. Pnrdy.
KNIGHT'S HEATERS are more economi
cal than hot water and do what hot water
cannot do. They remove dust from the sir
and thoroughly moisten It.
WM. R. KNIGHTS, Mfgr.
Factory. 84th st and Bryant av 8.
Let us put your electric light and
bells In order. First-class work
guaranteed. We do all kinds of
electric wiring and repairing.
513 Second Ave. South,
T. C. PHONE 2fc8.
We employ men who do nothing
And their work will please you.
80-82 9th Street South.
The. most noted architects and
contractors In America recommend
Tilt "Colt" Gas Geaerator
for lighting any building, large
or small. No Mantles, no Pump
ing Up, no Odor. Gas always
ready to light. Does not affect
insurance. Colt town lighting
plants are a money-making in
vestment. Write for particulars.
K. W. Agency, J. B. Colt Co.,
8X8 S 4th St.. Minneapolis.
See GARDNER for
804-306 Htoitpli Avi.
We make your old furniture aa~ good s
new. Phone for our expert to can sad
figure on your work.
Walker Carpet dealing Werki
8887 HIC0LLET AV.
T. a 46W Phones N. W. South. SOT.
F. I* STORMS, Proprietor.
Repairs and alterations an done la a satlffae
toryand economical manner by
R. C. BLACK (Si, CO.,
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