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HELP WANTED— FemaIe
WANTED—TEN WOMEN IN EACH
state'as district managers to distribute
goods and make collections; salary, $20
weekly; paid; every Saturday,- and ex
penses advanced. Women's •- Dept.,"" 52
Dearborn. Chicago. " • .
WANTED — LADY ' FOR. MONDAY
washing and other work; good wages.
Call at 266 St. - Albans st. or N. •W.
phone Dale 842-J2.,:-.--. - -■ -~?:.:.-%.
.WANTED—COMPETENT COOK. MRS.
W. H. Lightner. 318 Summit ay. - - ■ ■ -
LADIES HAVING FANCY WORK TO
sell, embroideries, battenberg, drawn
work; also to do order work; stamped
envelope. Ladies' Exchange, Ely bldg.,
Chicago. ■ .■■ ~j ■-■■■ ...... - : -
LADIES to do piecework at THEIR
homes; we furnish all materials and
I pay from $7 to $12 weekly; send stamp
ed envelope to Royal Co., 34 East Mon
roe st.. Chicago. ' -■•
WANTED—AT ONCE, SEVERAL
first-class alternation hands on coats
and suits. Apply at superintendent's
office at Mannheimer Bros.
LADIES— THOUSAND,/ COPYING
letters; no mailing to friends, or. fur
nishing addresses; stamped envelope.
particulars. Gem Art Co., Dept. .217,
Chicago. : ■ - ■ '." - ' ■
SWELL. LITTLE PENNY. PHOTOS, 25
for 25c; -ii\«' positions. Johnson, 48
East Eleventh at. ' • --'■'-• "■
LADIES— TO $10 WEEKLY EARNED
doing plain sewing at home; material
sent free everywhere.prepaid ; stamped
addressed envelope brines particulars.
Union Company, 1216 Filbert st., Phil
adelphia, Pa. ■ • ■"■ ■'-■■ - ■"
DRESSMAKER WANTS AN APPREN
tice at once. 629 Elfelt st. __Z_
YOUNG GIRL WHO CAN SLEEP
home for light housekeeping; . small
family. 160 Arundel st. -
WANTED— TO REGISTER IN
free nurse directory at Reeves' drug
SITUATION WANTED TO KEEP
house or any kind of work by a lady
with child; will work reasonable fqr a
good home; no objection to leaving the
city a short distance; can furnish ref
erence. Call 376 North Franklin St.;
walk right up stairs to third floor, first
door to right ; . ■'
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WOULD
like few more engagements -in fam
ilies; works reasonable; can furnish ref
erences; answer by mail. 139 West
r Fourth st. '_ ■ ■" ■
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE A PLACE AS
housekeeper or half-day work; wages
reasonable. Room 16, over Mealey's
store. 12 East Seventh st. - I
A COOK WANTS A POSITION IN A \
. private family. 27 East Ninth St. : ■' :
GENERAL HOUSEWORK WANTED IN
a family of ■ grown people. ■ 27 " East
Ninth st. •.-•--:• --
LADY WANTS TO TAKE WASHING AT
her home. 831 Lafond st. ' . ' " i
A GOOD WOMAN WISHES A HOUSE
keeping place in small family. Call or
address 354 East Ninth st.. St. Paul.
USE BRYAN'S ROSE GLYCERINE LO
tion for chapped hands. • face, etc. Col
&>llerfa'-Drug] Store.' Seventh and Slbley.' •
.WANTED—BY A YOUNG LADY, POSl
tibn as filer and biller or any kind of
office work; best references. N 173,
-<;iobe. - ■■ . ■ •
WANTED— BY. A WIDOW, POSITION
as housekeeper or caring for sick. Ad
dress General delivery, city.
WANTED—A PLACE IN A DOCTOR'S
or dentist's office by a-young girl of ex
perience. Call or address Miss G. E. E.,
551 St. Peter st.. upstair!. ■
EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRAPH
er desires position; references furnished.
_ N 165. Globe.
1 WANT PLACES FOR GIRLS ON
hand; Swede, Norwegian. German
(new comers), cooks, dining. 308
Phoenix Bldg.. Cedar and Seventh.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER, FA
miliar with general office work, desires
employment: best of references. Ad
dress M.. 731 Carroll st. ' ..'-.-.
A GOOD WOMAN WISHES A STEADY
place in a small family for general
housework. Call at 359 East Ninth st.,
_ St. Paul. - ..
COMPETENT LADY OF REFINEMENT
would like position in nice place as
housekeeper Call Northwestern phone,
aiain 2201-L2. Mrs. Panels. .
LADY CASHIER AND BOOKKEEPER
desires position at once. Address N
158. Globe. .; - .-
RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS HOUSE-
I;< ■. ping, child's nursing or light house
work; will work reasonable. Apply 366
\vabasha st., room 3. , .- .-
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
Sill for general housework in small fam
ily. 163 East Belvidere St.. West St.
Paul. \ ■ - ■
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY'IRON
ing. caring for sick, helping at dinners,
receptions or caring for furnished rooms.
Bethel Industrial Room; phone mornings
only, Main 1273-L2.
ALL TROUBLES RESULTING FROM
nervousness and impure blood quickly
_ cured by Reeves' Iron Pills. , . ■
WANTED— KEEP HOUSE OR DO
general housework, by lady with child;
will work for small wages for a good
home; no objection to leaving the city;
can give reference. 128 West Sixth st.,
third floor, room 44.
WANTED—POSITION IN SOME OF
nee, by young lady with knowledge of
stenography. Address 362 Pleasant ay.
TWO GIRLS WANT PLACES FOR
waitress or for laundry work. Call at
507 North Wabasha st. -
GOOD COOK WOULD LIKE A PERMA
nent place in a first-class private fam
ily. Call at 228 East Tenth gt.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
would like a position.. A. H.. 162 West
George, city. j
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK; WILL
leave city for a good place in hotel;
must be neat and clean house. Mrs
Morgan. 159 Lafond st., city. Address
or call. ■■■■<; .-
WANTED—POSITION AS NURSE GIRL
by a girl of 18. Call Sunday, afternoon '
or Monday, or address 442 Olive St., city.
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE PLACE TO
go out washing and ironing or house
cleaning. 12 East Seventh st., room 20
third floor. ■ '
SITUATION WANTED TO KEEP
house or do general housework by lady
with child almost three years old; will
work for small wages for a good home:
no objection to leaving the city a short
distance. 128 West -Sixth st., Room 44.
third floor. • . ,.-!
A WOMAN WITH ONE CHILD FOUR
years would like to assist in light house
work where there is no washing, more
for home than money. 607 Sims st.
WASHING—A GOOD , WASHWOMAN
can take a few more family washings:
will call for clothes. Address 1413
WANTED—TO TAKE -IN WASHING
and ironing. 507 Wahasha st™__ .
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
wishes position; can assist on books
moderate salary, or will take half day
position. Please address J. E. Room
309 MeClure Bldg.. 61 East Sixth st
LADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS EX
perience in bookkeeping and stenog
raphy desires position at once; moderate
salary; willing to leave the city. Ad
dress E. C. 528 Cedar st. . ..
.WANTED—WASHING AND~~TrONI NG
in private families by the-day,• also
housecleaning and washing storm'
windows. Address M., 259 West Fifth
HAVE YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK
•lone by fir^t-class electricians, men who
do good work and do not charge too
much; electric wiring a specialty; also
dynamos and motors for sale. Teller &
French. 107 East Fourth st
"..;;• SALESMEN :'■■■-■;•;,::
SALESMEN TO SELL ROYAL PRUS
sian . White : Lead :on - commission. Four
■ ounce> sample. ■■ Fine •• side ; line. Best
'-. terms to i the trade. H. G. Beedle, St.
■ Louis, Mo. .-■ •■-";'. •'."• "v.~ -.-.-•*•* ■>. - -;
EXPERIENCED CALENDAR SALES
men for 1905 to carry best combined line
:.. calendars, and novel ties" before •" public;
. making contracts now; •'. only ; successful
men need apply with -- full . particulars
■ about themselves. » Spots wood , Specialty
Co.. Lexington, Ky. -^:•-!.- :'..\.- -"-■'.•»'■ ::*
SALESMEN MAKE 500 PER* CENT
. commision selling "Novelty Sign
Cards;" merchants buy :10 to . 100 on
sight; 800 varieties; . catalogue free. -
Sullivan • Co., 1139 Maplewood ay., Chi
cago. 111. - .-. .-.-■■.-' . . '■-.',
SALESMEN TO SELL WHITE LEAD.
Good commission." Liberal inducements
to the trade in districts and . advance
da tings. Good salesman:'. can : - earn
$300.00 perc month. . Merchants. White
Lead Co.. St. Louis.. Mo. ' . . -._•■; -
TRAVELING SALESMAN* FOR. MINNE
sota, by large wholesale - house; good
pay and permanent position to right
• man; references required. Drawer "S,"
Chicago. - • .
capable; salesman .to COVER
Minnesota with staple * line; high • com
missions, with advance of $100.00
monthly; permanent position to. right
man. Jess H. Smith Co., -Detroit,
Mich. - ■-/.--.-*•..;•-■•. li.-: ■■'.-Z'.z--
MEN—IF YOU ARE SMALL, WEAK OR
undeveloped, have lost strength, - our
Acme Vacuum Developer will restore
you. without drugs or electricity;
urethral obstruction and varicocele per
manently cured In one to four weeks;
75.000 in use; not one failure. Write for
free book, sent sealed in plain envelope.
Acme Mfg. Co., 702 Barclay Blk., Den
ver. Col. •-.-.-.•
ATTRACTIVE MAIDEN, WEALTHY,
wants at once, kind husband for com
panion and relieve her of business wor
ries. No objection to honorable, poor
man.. Address Bessey, Ogden ay., cor
ner Robey, Chicago. . .■-.:-..
ROOMS ADVERTISED IN THE GLOBE
WILL BE REGISTERED IN THE
GLOBE'S RENTAL LIST FREE OF
CHARGE. WHY NOT SECURE THE
TWO SERVICES FOR THE PRICE
OTHERWISE ASKED FOR ONE? AD
VERTISE YOUR ROOMS OR BOARD
IN THE GLOBE.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED?
Send for best marriage paper published;
mailed. - securely sealed, - free. B. -A.
Gunnels, Toledo. Ohio. :-. .-.--> ':'
—WHEN IN NEED SEND FOR
free trial of ' our never-failing'remedy:
relief quick and safe. ■■■ Paris Chemical
: Co.. Milwaukee,- Wis. - »'. '-.
LADIES' PRIVATE HOSPITAL, AND
will find a. good home for Infants. 298
West Central. -
PERSONAL—MRS. KATE, JOHNSON
" gives magnetic treatments; also will call
at your home and guarantee to cure you
of eczema in. four days. Res. 419-421
Washington ay. a.. Minneapolis. Room 14.
MARRY—LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MAT
rimonial . paper published, sent sealed.
10c; many worth $100 to $100,000. R.
L. Love.■ Denver. Col. ' ....■-..
MARRY—WEALTH AND BEAUTY;
marriage directory free; pay when mar
ried; entirely new plan; send no money.
Address H. A. Horton, ' Dept. 352, Te
konsha. Mich. ■ : ■
PERSONAL—LADIES, DR. STRlCK
iand's . monthly remedy relieves ,fn-five'
hours; safe and sure; box free: .send-
Ktamp for particulars. Crown Chemical
Co.. 80x..93.- Milwaukee. ■Wte/;--V' T
HANDSOME, JOLLY OLD MAID, AGED
thirty-two, has $15,000; wants a good,
respectable husband. Address Currau,
1242 Wabash, Chicago.
INTELLIGENT AMERICAN WIDOW,'
handsome and worth $60,000, wants
; gopd, honest \ husband. Address-Aetna;.
: Oneonta" bldg... Chicago. 111. .-.'-. .:.-.
GENTLEMAN, MIDDLE-AGED AND
very wealthy, desires immediately, de
• serving, industrious wife; Address Mr.
■ Curtis, -67 Clark st.. Chicago. - 111. -
ATTRACTIVE AND REFINED WIDOW,
aged thirty-one, worth $12,000, desires i
good, honorable husband; strictly con
fidential; please state age. "X," t;Box
35. Toledo. Ohio. - :_- •._-.-
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
Dr. Wheeler, the old reliable specialist:
43 years' experience. Call on or write
the doctor. Room 306 Globe'Bldg.. Min
neapoHa.-Minn.: lei. T. C. 335. '.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST—Dis
eases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; new book. 25c; all you need to
know; private home. 1 Minneapolis of
flce. 412 Nlcollet ay. ' ' ;
THE HAIR THAT WON'T COME OFF.
• Do you want it? Write to Oliver K.
Chance. 580 • Syndicate Arcade, : Min
neapolis. Minn. *■' -■'.-.
. DR. HINZ,
Specialist In rupture and diseases of man.
Century bldg.. 4th st. and Ist ay. s.. Mpls.
POKER PLAYERS— ME FOR
free prospectus regarding the most
valuable - information ever given on
Draw Poker.. Address Ritter Publishing
Co.. Columbus. Ohio. ,- -.
MISS HULL REMOVES SUPERFLUOUS
hair, moles, etc.. by electricity; only
positive and permanent remedy; refer
■ ences given; established ten years. 54
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
out mortgage or indorser. Only se
curity your name. Others on house
hold furniture, pianos, etc. without re
moval from your possession. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co.. 316-317 Pioneer
Press bldg. - . • .., .
~ MONEY!— ——
LOW RATES. EASY PAYMENTS.
We can accommodate you. strictly con
fidential, $10 upwards, on your plain note;
also on household goods, pianos etc
without removal. .
We guarantee absolute privacy. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
American loan co.
; 512 Manhattan Bldg.
DO NOT ~ :
Lose your personal independence by ask
ing a friend for a temporary loan,-wlien
you - are in need. Come to -us and •we
will loan you from $5.00 to $100.00 on short
notice. ' % . ,
ST. PAUL CREDIT CO.,
, 320-322 Manhattan Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ;AT 4'/ TO 6 PER
cent on St. Paul or Minneapolis proper
ty; '-any amount; prompt replies on all
» applications. - Strickland, ■ Doolittle &
. McCall. 130; Endicott Bldg. .:- _,
TO LOAN— $700, . $1,000 at 6 PER
cent; expenses low; close loan quick
and want good security. - H. & Val J 1
Rothschild. 318-319 Pioneer Press. •'
SHORT LOANS : AT: lowest i rates
wiiwiii i.w nng Qn easy p ayilient plar^
Furniture, pianos, etc. . 730 Globe bldg..
AN UNLIMITED AMOUNT OF MONEY
to loan on St. Paul improved real es
tate at and : C per cent :with the • "on
: or before ' Privilege..- Robert L. Ware
& Co.. Germania Life Bldg.. St. Paul. .
MINES AND MINING
CONSULT R. HIGBEE, 312 GER
mania Life - Bldg., . St. . Paul. Minnesota,
for lowest prices on stocks.' -. - -
BOOTS AND SHOES
SEE OUR LINE OF 25c MITTENS 1 AND*
. gloves. -;. Save 5 Money y Sho* - Store, ' 674
I Broadway. .- • ..-
THE ST. PAUL OT/>m" SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1964
MRS. ST. - JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL:
of Lyceum Dramatic <■ School, win • give
lessons in St. Paul in the Art of Speech.
Voice Buildlnr Elocution and Reading.
-- Defects ■ of ; speech .speedilyr. corrected.
Prof. Titcomb's - C Stwllo,'; O'Halloran
; ■ Bldg.. . Mondays and Thursdays. .2' to
6 p. m.
NICHOLS EXPERT SCHOOL,: ENDI
: : cott Bldg.. > St. Paul, ; Minn.; t shorthand,
. typewriting, bookkeeping; individual in
. . struction .by . experts; <by the , month or
scholarship; , guaranteed.-.' results; you
-, don't see our graduates advertising for
positions; there's a-reason for it. ■ ----- -
NO "FREE" COURSES NOR SCHEMES;
rates always the same; national reputa
• tion; individual 'instruction; - catalogue.
Rasmnssen . Practical Business School.
Globe Bldg.~ Day and evening.sessions.:
REMER DANCING ~L ACADEMY, .185
Rondo St.—Classes, for beginners. every
. Monday, - Tuesday. * Thursday . and Fri
day evenings; 8:30 to 10:30; course of
sixteen lessons $5; : second , term free;
no visitors to look on while • you prac- ;
tice; private lessons by appointment
any time. N. W. phone Dale 574 -32:
CHARTIER'S SHORTHAND CAN BE:
learned in one-half ' the - time required
- to . learn other standard systems, - thus
-saving, you $125; new classes now form
ing in shorthand, touch typewriting,
bookkeeping,- penmanship,, etc., at the
- Hess Business College. *.»•-.' -
SHORTHAND FREE AT THE HESS
Business* College;, day and evening
classes formed Nov.- 3; most w^iderful
system of shorthand ' ever invented. Call
or write for information. ■■- . ■ -..
Practical Business School. Globe bldg.;
thorough, progressive and reliable; indi
vidual instruction: successful graduates;
catalogue. Day and
NICHOLS EXPERT SCHOOL,
Endicott Bldg.. St. Paul. Minn.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOK
. -." Individual instruction by experts.
By the month or scholarship. / -
Guaranteed - Results.
You don't see our graduates advertising
There's a reason for it. .
EXPERT TELEGRAPHY -
And School of Railroading.
Courses by Train Dispatcher and Supt •
Positions for Graduates. Night Classes.
WALLACE SCHOOL. Ryan Building.
<>'■ STENOGRAPHER FOR BANK, -•
.<■ out of city; $75 and transporta- <>
<■tion paid: must be filled at once.. <•
<> Nichols Expert School, Endicott '"
. i Bldg., St. Paul. :<> i
<■ We have another $75 position for
< ' thoroughly capable stenographer '•
I 1 in St. Paul. . <>
-'-' •■•; Mr pic At. -•';'.;\A;l'";v
MEDICAL — MRS. . DR. F. G. M'KAY'S
new address. 7 Seventh st. south, near
ETennenin; rheumatism. Insomnia, nerv
■ ousness and all. weaknesses • positively
cured by electricity, electric magnetic
treatments, alcohol sweats: open Sun
days. - Telephone • Main 1973 U.
LADIES! USE MY REMEDY — THE
greatest monthly regulator: best, safest,
■ most :reliable;: <'gives ''positive -relief;
price- $2.00: particulars free. :,: Address
Mrs. T. Wagner. 43 J4 E. Third aL. St.
; Paul. Minn..——— -. .-. - ■■■ -■ _,- . , „
Iy relieves all " irregularities, suppres
sions; invaluable to married women.
Treatment (plain wrapper) * $1.00. Re
lief guaranteed-• or money refunded.
Radio Chemical Co.. Rochester. N. Y.
HOXIE'S CERTAIN CROUP CURE FOR
Coughs. Colds. Croup. Pneumonia; no
opium; no nauseau. Druggists or mail
ed. 50c. A. P. Hoxie. Buffalo. N. Y.
MEN—4444 KIDNEY PILLS. 50C;
cures backache or your money back.
Coans. Sixth and Wabasba. and all
LADIES. DR. LaFRANCO'S COMPOUND,
safe, speedy regulator. 25 cents, drug
gists or mail; 'booklet free. Dr. La
_ Franco. Philadelphia. Pa.
FREE—SAMPLE DR. KISSEL'S PILLS
for catarrh- of stomach; special - treat
ment .stomach and -all forms • catarrh
cure guaranteed. ~ Dr. Kissel. 561
Thomas st.. St. Paul. .
I CURE ALL DISEASES WITHOUT
iff^twriftt! 011. free- Dr Mecay '
PERSONAL—W. A'MANN ' M- D., SPE
ciallst All diseases of women quickly
cured; ovarian difficulties and irregu
larities skillfully treated; consultation
fSurth 4f^r Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis,
_ fourth floor. •"••—•
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
LUMBERMEN TAKE NOTICE-BAR
rett & Zimmerman have constantly on
hand from 400 to 500 head of horses
weighing from 1.600 to 1.800 pounds.
• If you need any come and look them
, over and select your kind. Barrett &
Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market
St. Paul. Minn. •- ■ -■ . . .
MULES MULES MULES
100 head of good big work mule* have
been consigned to us by H. Balch &
Co.. and must be sold at once- part
time given If desired. Barrett & Zim
merman. Midway Horse Market St
Paul. Minn. ■ '
IF YOU HAVE ANY MORSES TO SELL
remember that Barrett & Zimmerman at
Midway. St. Paul, are always ready to
buy and nay cash. • •
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN-"
stallraent plnn. Hard Times Harness
Factory. 644 Rice st.
ADMINISTRATION SALE— HEAD OF
cheap wcrk horses for sale; weight from
1.500 to 1.600 pounds;.these horses are
right out of work and must be sold by
order of the eonrt. Barrett * Zimmer
man. Midway Horse Market. St. Paul.
MRS. CROSBY, TRANCE MEDIUM. IN
• spirational card reading, 50c. 472 Jack
. son st.. Room 8.
MRS. ALICE AUSTIN, CLAIRVOYANT,
card reader. • tells past.. present and fu
ture.- Upstairs. don't ring. 4SS Cedar.
:'- WANTFO TO BUY
WANTED TO - BUY—FROM . OWNER,
strictly modern B. or 9 , room house,
south of Selby, west of Dale. Address
__N__l6« Globe. .--.-.
WANTED TO BUY, ONE PAIR, DRlV
ing horses, and two single; one laudau
:or brougham. Address R. Globe. r
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE CITY REAL
estate for stock of goods of any kind.
.A\hat have you?. Address X 112, Globe.-
MISS OLSTAD, TRAINED MASSEUSE,
baking process, massage; open Sunday
319 Phoenix Bldg.. - corner Cedar * and
Seventh st.; N. W. phone M 742-Ll.
\'i FOR SALE—Typewriters ■
WANTED— MEN AND WOMEN EVERY
where to appreciate that every day
- there ■: are excellent J chances ■to better
offered in these columns.
BUSINESS HOUSEHOLD SAFES. FIRE
■ proof vaults . and . bank .- work. - C S.
t Neutson. 327 Wabasha. "
Banners, Badges and Buttons
SOCIETY. , BADGE AND: LEATHER
'-. P? eke, tbook t work. - i Western" Badge - and
Novelty; Co., 357 Minnesota st. -
THE GLOBE'S I ?
( : £
'. --R.'-'M.*' NEWPORT
. 620 : Pioneer Press Bldg. -
766 ' Grand ay., ten > rooms. • -
488.Marshall, first floor, six.rooms.
488 Marshall, second floor,-. six rooms." -
376 Howell.; ten ' rooms. • - ' "-'
.729 East Sixth at., ten rooms.
411 Snelling. seven.rooms.-; ■ —
603 Western, five rooms. .-- ,
623 : Minnehaha, five , rooms. --. -";> } - ♦
637- Oakdale. cottage, four rooms.- -. ; •
159 West Seventh; third floor flat. "
919 : Minnehaha. , four rooms. ■
688 Otsego. five rooms..- •• •
Walnut, two. rooms. .
- ■ BUSINESS CHANCES :
•:.°' $5500.00— ONE OF THE '>'>'.
' ' best and most complete stocks of ."<>,
/' general merchandise and gro- i >
;° - cerles of its size in • the state of < •
'' Minnesota. ;* It is located - ln^at' >'
" town of some over 4.000 inhabl- > >
' . tanls. about 40 miles from ; Mm- '' :
j ?' ■. neapolis, - and • the present owner .•"
- has been doing , a .business of-";
'• (( about $20,000 a year; :this <price,
I includes the business and good 0
<( will of the present firm. Rent of 4 '
( , store arid basement is $40 per ''
•< I i - month. ' and the •*present- owner !'
<, rents a flat on • the > second floor -
containing rooms; modern, for I:
$15 per month. We will -accept ■.'<
f a modern residence in a good 10-"
■ cation in Minneapolis or St. Paul '■ '
i, to the amount of $3,000, balance ■"</
<, ' • cash or good security. C A. ■
Quist & Co.; 202 South; Fourth st. •
•♦* ♦ * ♦♦>
',', FOR A GERMAN REGISTERED f
Pharmacist we offer an exceptional ''
i, opportunity of securing, a first- "
< > class drug business, . located in a\ , '
... town about 40 miles from - Mm- .
.. \- neapolis. This is the only drug '
'< >' store in the town, and draws
11 from a very large farming dis-
<. trlct. The stock is in .first-class -'
<• condition; ■no - unsalable patent , ,
< i medicine. . Rent of 'store and six.-,,
'<■ living rooms, only $12.00 . per "
" month; well situated on main «,
< > street Price, $3,000, including
< i - fixtures and stock of drugs and «.
<■ wall paper; terms of sale reason- <>
" able to responsible party. C. A. <.
.< '.. Quist & Co.. 202 South Fourth st •< >
THE RETURNS ARE .IN. GET OUR
plan and your returns will .everlastingly
roll in. Stamp. Blair,- Sampson Co.,
Williamsport. Pa. .. .......
to put $1,000 In a safe investment; will
bear close investigation; can give-good
references. Address 433 West Seventh.
St. Paul. ■ .
AN INCOME FOR THE FAMILY—OIVI
dends that will please you. Address In
. ternational Lumber T & Development' Co.
. (Assets $13,000,000).' Drexel 81dg.,• Phil
adelphta. Pa. :
WE START YOU SELLING DIAMONDS.
Don't-fail getting our liberal offer; $5
daily sure. 'Carbon Diamond Co., Syra
cuse. N. Y. Mention'paper. .-.
WANTED—A GOOD, CLEAN BUSINESS
- man to look into good mail order prop
osition, with view of investing $1,000 to
$3,000 if satisfied; no farmers or • boys
need apply; give past or. present-busi
ness and one - reference or .no . - notice.
Liquors. P. O. Box 234. St. Paul. Minn.*
FOR SALE—THE PEOPLE'S GAZETTE.
a good legal newspaper.. can be .bought
,• at a reasonable price. - „ Address J. R.
Steiner, 302 Bradley , building. St Paul.
Minn. : ; . V ;" ':•-..:' -•.'.';....;
CASH FOR YOUR ? REAL ESTATE OR
, business, no * matter^where located..:: If
1 you desire a quick sale send us descrip
tion and • price. Northwestern Business
" Agency.W 312. Bank of .Commerce Bldg.,
.. Minneapolis.'Minn. ;" •• *: •; _
REDUCED FREIGHT ". RATES .ON
household goods to' Denver. - Spokane
and Pacific coast points; frequent ship
ments and lowest possible rates. The
Boyd Transfer and Storage . Co.. Min
neapolis. . ■ , -
IGO EXPRESS AND STORAGE CO.—
Cheapest, best storage in city; call for
terms. 51 West Seventh st Phones.
THE PEOPLE'S EXPRESS AND STOR^
age Co. make a specialty of packing and
storage. 452 St. Peter: both phones.
* PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON A MERCHANT (JAMES
. F. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant),
patent attorneys and solicitors. Main
office. 929-935 Guaranty Loan ■ Bldg..
Minneapolis, Minn.; - branch Room 52
McCill Bldg.. Washington. d! C. >-?-■
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS. COPY
rights. Louis Felser'& Co.. 612 Globe
' Bldg., St. Paul. Branch office.- Wash
- ington. D. C. 'Established 1870.
PATENT YOUR - INVENTIONS. EM
p!oy. experienced, reliable Washington
attorneys. Advice free. Bevans & Co.
Colorado building. Washington, D. C. '
..-" - LOST - ;
LOST-BILL BOOK CONTAINING
checks and currency: probably lost on
Globe St.. Peter special or at St Peter
good reward for return, p. L Evans
231 Aurora ay.. St. Paul.
LOST—ON DAYTON AY.. CHAMOIS
bag. containing money, rings, railroad
ticket, letter of credit; liberal reward
if returned to the Globe business of
fice. - ■ ■. 'S?sif:*i
LOST—POCKETBOOK, WITH $5 BILL
by . a poor widow woman - last evening
on Sixth st, between Wacouta and
, Broadway.. Finder please return to 265
East Sixth st. and receive reward.:.-.
LOST — GOLD-BEADED NECKLACE,
either on Selby. Fifth or Robert sts..
in Golden Rule or Woman's Exchange,
Finder liberally rewarded for return to
956 Hague ay.
PASSBOOK LOST—NOV. 11. 1904, PASS
book No;. 21762 of The State Savings
Bank. Finder is requested to leave same
at bank; if book is not presented within
four weeks it will be.canceled. C G.
Lawrence. Treasurer. ". . - v
FOUND—AN. IRISH SETTER - DOG.
red, ■ with : white • spots on nose and . left
hind leg;'• owner can have same* by
proving • property iand paying expenses.
- Call 1012 Fauquier. • • .:•-. -Vl.
Racking, € tor ago, Forwarding
EXPERIENCED PACKERS; SEPARATE
room storage: Pacific ■ coast assembled
carloads. Fidelity Storage Co.
SINGERS, WHITES. DOMESTIC. STAN
'. dards. Wheeler & Wilson. $13.50; drop
heads. $16.50; automatic Wilcox &
■■ Gibbs. patent. $33.50; cash. or time; ten
years' guarantee. 99 West Seventh. :.:
OUR MOTTO, GET THE BEST AND
stay, on top; : the Progress Entertain -
k ers; our aim. to instruct : and amuse:
- moving: picture, illustrated-- song and
lecture,- programmes .' for churches,
schools, societies.- etc Hotel,'Maloney,
. Eighth 7 and :'Jackson. <• ; . - -
XMAS PRESENTS—NOTHING NICER
; . to give than ; your photograph; call and
-■ -see; my good I work at low prices. Ran
:dolph R. Johnston..4B East Fourth st. •■
'-'"- • .. ALFRED J. KRANK,
CARVING SETS. $1.25 TO $35. ~
; I razor i< STROPS. * razors.v ETC.
ALL KINDS!OF CUTLERY.
142 E. SIXTH ST. v\>~ =
FOR RENT—Furnished Room*
FOR RENT—LARGE FRONT ROOM
and : alcove «. In :private family : on "■ hill:
modern; telephone, and r billiard room;
suitable for two ,- or four * gentlemen;
breakfast and dinner if desired. :. Ad
~ dress N-107. Globe. 'J -: ..
BRUNSWICK - HOTEL, •; 41'/ WEST
Z Third j st.: -■ nice - rooms \by day or ■ week; •
very . quiet; >. free •; gas; and • bath; your
patronage ■• solicited. -_ ■ . .. ", ..; y."
MOST 1 DESIRABLE ROOMS IN CITY,
- modern, entirely . refurnished; prices.
.. $2 per week and upwards; you can se
,;..cure nothing better at our prices; tran
sients appreciated.. "The. Orvfe." 236
East Seventh; telephone 2467-Ll.
FOR RENT—PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
furnished;. modern • conveniences; • large
. closet;. rent reasonable. Phone - Dale
■ 789-L2. ■: '.: - ... _■..' . v ..'. , ....
STEAM-HEATED LARGE FRONT PAR
•. lor. suitable i for , two gentlemen !or man
- • and > wife, with •or without board;-cen:
- trally; located. Concord,- 93 East Elev
enth st.V flat 5.: . ■"■.-;.. :.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; STEAM
. - heat; - rear . furnished • room - for •• light
reasonable 'rates.' 13 West Fourth st. -,
FOR ; RENT—ONE' , ELEGANT FRONT
room in Toledo,; flat No. 1. Twin City
'■phone 891. - ' *: ,
FOUR ROOMS FOR RENT, 1122 CORT
land st.: take Jackson car to Jessamine.'
TWO FINE FRONT.ROOMS, SUITABLE
.s for -. two. $10 - and ■ $14 per month; - in'
1 strictly modern house. ■ 339 Washington
st. north. . ■ ■ -.".•- .i'» ■ •-.*
FOR RENT — THREE FURNISHED
rooms; steam heat, gas and bath. No.
512-Selby ay. ... -• - . -
TWO FINE ROOMS' MODERN HOUSE,
porcelain bath, hot and cold water, pri
.vate family; five minutes to postoffice.
~ 350 West Third, corner Dayton.: .
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
. all conveniences, well heated;. also fur
nished rooms for light : housekeeping.
121 Iglehart st. ; ■-' -_ -
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
. for rent; heat, bath - and gas. •- Call at
423 Grove st. ■ ■'■ • • . " ■. ■ -
FURNISHED ROOM,' SUITABLE FOR
" two; modern, with heat; rent $5 per
month. 235 Smith ay. J
THREE LARGE. WARM. NICELY FUR
nished front rooms; bath. gas. modern;
best rooms in the . city - for ' price. 145
Pleasant ay. ■ --■•■ - r .... ...-■'■■
FOR RENT— NICELY FURNISHED
front room, all modern conveniences;
centrally located; call mornings or
• evenings. 35 Virgiana flats. .
PERSONS LOOKING FOR ROOMS OR
board are . invited to call at this office
and look over The Globe's Free Rental
The St. Paul Globe.-Fifth" hrid Wabasna/
• FOR NT— Unfurnished
FIVE , ROOMS WITH ALCOVE, UP
. .stairs, with all conveniences; • couple
preferred. .555 John st.. city. __-
FOR RENT—Store*, Office* '
FOR RENT—STORE AT MIDWAY,
suitable for -'a tailor, watchmaker or
Plumber. Barrett & Zimmerman. Mid -
way. St. Paul.-, - ■ . ■■ ;-,.'-•.
FOR RENT — BEAUTIFUL STORE
building, three floors; tenant can take
possession Dec. 1; present tenant moving
to new buildmg. 450 Robert st. Apply to
John G. Roche. 50 East Third st. - .
FOR RENT—A FINE OFFICE IN THE
Ernst Bldg.. with desk, . steam heat,
electric .light and Janitor service.. E.
/P. Roberts. No. 45 East Fourth st .
i> FOR RENT—MY HOUSE, 217 «'.
<>. Summit ay., corner Selby; mod- :<>
<> crn, prime . condition, hardwood " '.
11 *' floors, ample, efficient furnace. ''
M . barn. R. M. Newport. <>
>»»« >«♦>♦♦♦« ♦♦♦»♦»*»»
FOR RENT—A MODERN TEN-ROOM
house. 699 Grand ay.. south-facing,
hardwood • finish throughout; hot water
heating plant; decorated to suit tenant.
■ Inquire's4l Selby ay. ■■• . . >.... r ,,..
FOR RENT—FIRST FLOOR OF A TEN
room bouse, heated, furnished or un
- furnished: modern conveniences, near
• Merriam Park. . • ■■;,^ y .„„■..
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, WITH SEWER,
bath, gas. 300 St. Albans st, Cremer &
Co.. 313 Jackson st. . ■ ■
SMALL FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, WEST
side; $10 month. George Griggs, 642
- Kndicott. ■ .■-,-,
$18—FOUR ROOMS DOWN STAIRS;
gas. bath, hot and cold water. 328 Ed
... mund st.. or call R. Patski, care Brown
ing. King & Co. .-■-, .
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS AND BATH.
501 North st. ~". . ' -.-.-.■
FOR " RENT— FOUR-ROOM HOUSE,
city water, sewer, closet; $10 per month.
--365 Hoffman ay. ■ - ,
FOR RENT—SIX-ROOM HOUSE; BATH
and gas: cheap. Call at 406 Dale scT*
FOR SIX-ROOM COTTAGE; TEN
minutes' walk from Ryan hotel. In
. quire 145 East Ninth st.
>♦ ♦♦♦«>»< •• • ••• » * >*-+-•-»♦
ii .NICE FLATS FOR NICE PEOPLE. II
<« I can now offer for rent the nicest < •
< > two three or four room flats in <>
< • the heart of the city, at No*. .16 to <>
<•' 26 West.Third st. This■ building <>
< ■ . has been renovated and remodel- ,4
."' ed and Is now in the best of re- ♦■
1 • pair. Call and investigate. (•
t R. M. Newport. < •
NEW SIX, SEVEN AND EIGHT ROOM
. flats. St. Anthony hill: -decorated •to
-suit- Apply 1016 New York Life, be
tween 10 and 3. . .
FOR RENT — MODERN six-room
flat. 6*l St. Peter st.; steam heat $35
per month. Smith &': Taylor, 4S East
Fourth st. '. - .. ,
FOR MODERN STEAM-HEAT
ed flat of six rooms; No. 681 St Peter
St., Smith Taylor. - - ».■?.".
FOR —NEW - MODERN FlVE
room flat; convenient- to both cities.
Apply ISI4 Marshall • ay.; corner Fair
. view. Merriam - Park. - — .
FOR RENT— 1, FLAT 6, BEL
• ; mont, 288 Dayton; seven rooms; walking
; distance;, occupant leaving city; special
price If taken at once; inquire at
: flat '.■ '.--. .. ... ■.. • ■ --■-
—HOUSE lOF SIX ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, •or five ; for - less; reliable
. parties only; • «on. Jackson car. -1165
Cortland , st. - •■'^SSBBKSBBSBBKKSI
WANTED TO RENT
MAN AND WIFE \ WANT ABOUT FIVE
'.. first-class rooms,*, housekeeping; ■ must
have bath. gas, up stairs.:'two-story
. j house preferred; state how neated.
. your - family, location.", price, references.'
.Address _ V . 120. * Globe. •;'
ROOM end BOARD OFFERED
NICELY FURNISHED STEAM-HEATED
room, with board: ; all • modern- con
veniences. : 233 Selby. l
mO VINO AND EXPRESSING
J. 8. COVINGTON EXPRESS CO., 502
St. . Peter; i both telephones; -• - try £ our
-. new furniture c vans; £ have i three " large
'-[ new ones to move your household goods
.- with; trunks, baggage/ . packing.'. stor
- age, heavy teaming; . best;service:i ex
- perienced prices reasonable; -coal.
I wood and fuel of all kinds. promptly de
llvered. . :.'■. -^-> •■- .•..•.,. t >--.; -..-■--.
EXPRESS AND MESSENGER SERVICE,
t» hack | service, baggage ■ hauled I and * dis
i'i tribution of circulars. ~. Call: both phones,
y'l 538. Si. Paul ? Messenger J and I Express,
S7 East Fifth adL ~" - -.„■-- -
Again and Again
f It takes a long time to : make a fact widely: known. It is necessary to*
■■ reiterate it t again jj and again, and 'to : present :it in every possible light: v^s
d*if.mHf u U£ hOri ty SayS ,f6W -^ rsOns BELIEVE anything (except scan
dal) until it has been, spoken 500 times.-. - C % wTv- ► ..-;
■ FORE^CTNNG 1 UPON ITb"- C reQUire a thing to ** told lOOTthnes BE*
Bryan: probably, thinks 1,000 times would be nearer the mark. "- - : :: >
'~V It is not surprising:, therefore, that ■ there :, are V still s many : hundred* ? oo f
> persons in this towni who^are fisur ing to buy homes, and are not yet fully.
TnTliP°M AFACT°^V^ GREAT-INTEREST AND IMPORTANCE
TO THEM, namely, that I have ":'■ ." "\ V : ' ;:-" ■ i-o VtV-
More Houses for Sale
already built, ; varied ;in '»size, style, price and locality, * than can be found :
elsewhere, and to -be ■ had ■ upon : the most reasonable and attractive terms
- enabling every one who has a, : little • cash, . and san average amount 'of
nerve, : self-reliance and persistence to own one of ; them. • - -
ANOTHER IMPORTANT FACT TO MAKE NOTE OF
"* n This consideration appeals with especial force to those who are obliged '
to figure - closely,. who .cannot - afford: to make a- mistake, and' whose 'se-i-V
ous problem; if is -to: secure THE HOUSE WHICH Wl LIT BEST M petl
B^^SJSRSFsB™ FOR ™«r«Snu?SJ. W BI
The House You Want
large or small,, situated in the part of, the city you prefer, is undoubtedly
on my list, and you can make it your own at a very • low price, and on
monthly payments if desired. ~ -. . l:^.^ r
It costs nothing to look at photographs, : and to learn the -• prices
terms and localities» which you can do at my office in the r Pioneer Press
R. M. NEWPORT
FOR SALE—city Real Estate
We aro still furnishing money to
buy or build homes.
ANY AMOI7NT. ANYWHERE.
It Is worth your while to investi
gate this. Payments iess than rent.
AMERICAN REAL ESTATE IN
VESTMENT LOAN CO..
520 Globe building, St. PauL
. SMITH <£. TAYLOR'S LIST
48 East Fourth St.
$7,ooo—Model home..Marshall ay.. south
west corner Milton St.; lot 61x140 feet to
.alley; house has nine large rooms; the
dining room is finished in dark oak.
: with superb sideboard lined with plate
glass; the house is beautifully decorat
* ed and has all known conveniences, with
.hot-water heat, storm windows and
™££2?V ton?. Walks: terms can be ar
, ransed. to suit . purchaser.
'*„«£" 92S Hague ay.; a most ideal.home,
with every convenience; hot water heat.
' laundry in basement; 50-foot lot; $1,000
cash handles this
$4 ; 500—954) Dayton ay.; nine rooms and
-bath, ceiMt<nt basement;ra most com
plete home for large family; five bed
rooms; storm sash and screens; move
ti ™£ht m now; $1,000 cash, balance easy.
$4,200— .67 Selby ay.. on asphalt pave
ment; eight-room south-facing, house;
• beautifully decorated; two fireplace- in
. laia hardwood floors: modern in : ever
IH^9^ 7 Sherburne.- ten rooms. . '
$I.Boo—Five acres garden land; '" small
house; near ear line., ■ . .. ......
!J°Jt^ 18l n Lucy st.. six rooms.
$1.400—897. Conway.. eight rooms.
THIRTY -ALTERNATING LOTS ON
Marshall. Iglehart and Carroll, between
Dale and St. Albans; very cheap, for
residences only. G. S. Ives. 715 New
• York Life bids.,., or evenings at 625
1 TpVAXf, CARDIGAN, 705 PIONEER
Press Bldg.. have for sale on a payment
- B5 ♦ *•-«', L or, housos; cash down,
_ $-00 to $a 00; balance monthly payments.
WILLIAM J. GODFREY, REAL ESTATE
Dealer-Office 410^ Jackson st.
; Lots 50x125. lots 40x120 i
■ Lots on Plum, Cherry- and Hoffman aye
■ ■ nues." ■■■... -
Acres on Lexington and East St. Paul.
_ Lot 40x134. East Sixth st. t south facing.
„. FOR SALE— ACRE LOTS *
$50 per acre for 5 or 10 acres, with
houses thereon, near city limits.
$00 for one or more nice lots, east of Earl
st ... , „ "
5 .rjr,a nice 4-room cottage and lot on
$750 for a . nice 40-foot lot and house
east of Dale, on Van Buren.
$900 for house and 40-foot lot on Western
ay., near Charles.
EISKXMERGER. 24 Court Block.
ANYONE THINKING OF BUILDING A
home ■or making repairs should > look
over-our stocks of lumber and other
building materials fnew and old). End
of building season and prices way down.
North western Lumber & Wrecking Co, !
1 yards. Broadway and Fourteenth St.,
University ■ ay. and Dale st., 730 West
Seventh st. Buildings bought to be re
moved. ■- •
BARGAIN— ANTHONY HILL HOME.
$2,500. eight rooms, bath, open plumb
ing, good barn. George Griggs. 542 En
dicott Bldg. •
FOR SALE—GOOD BUILDING LOT,
>\ est side, corner: fine view Dayton's
bluff and river; $300. Address 190,
. Globe. .
FOR SALE—ReaI Estate
FREE LOTS TO ADVERTISE N. Y.
seashore suburb: - rapid transit,. Ocean
; view. Write for deed, one lot. A. G.
. Realty Corporation, 231 Broadway,
N. Y. . J
FOR SAL^—^arm Lanfs
IMPROVED HOMESTEAD—TWO MILES
from ' railroad ■■ station." located in - good
'; farming district.- has small house and
other improvements, < must sell, price
$200. U. S. Homestead Land Company,'
302-yicollet ay, Minneapolis.
THREE FARMS, GOOD LAND AND IM
provementß in Swift county, Minn.. $37
. per acre. ■ •■ -■<.■- > ..,^- ;
".. J. S. SMEDBORG,
617 Phoenix. Minneapolis. Minn. ;
THE VERY BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN
* in the : line .of houses . for - sale - are " al- '■•
ways to be found .under this classifica
" tion of The 'Globe. :.; .. :
FOR SALE—*»ianos. . Qrziri*
PARTY LEAVING CITY WILL SELL
■ upright piano, ' good -as new, for $125.
J. Goodrich.. 257 West Fifth st. - -
rOR SALE- Furniture
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE
:. cheap, as good as new; sewing machine,
, folding < bed and . five-room ■ flat: for rent
Call at:6S9-Wabashast.. third floor. -.
BOOKCASE— LADY'S WRITING DESK,
■ commode;j cheap if taken at once. 516
St. Peter st.. flat 3.v --. ■<->.-
First Glass Hairdressino-
Parlors '< just opened over Bannon's; all
kinds of toilet articles, manicuring, etc.;
reduced ; prices - for : first - month, 78 East
Seventh. " >'■'■. ■ ; .. . ,
Rug, Manufacturer a c... V -
HELPS' CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
VS IIS-117 University:; rugs made :to - order;
... carpets, rugs.- etc., cleaned.-. relaid. Both'
telephones.^ ".-.■■ y:-: „- r^- ->' ■*.-.-
UP-TO-DATE UPHOLSTERING, MAT-:
tress 'r~>r renovating,;. : ,• carpet • „ cleaning.
■ Schroeder * & „ Dickinson. . IS .=• East - Sixth
»t». both phones. " .
Suburban i Hoiirioß;
-■• " * ... .„ -*■ _,'is*J - „.:;
Only SO o©33airi
For a fine lot. with a possible chance to
get a new $200 cottage and a park lot forj
just $60. These lots, are within a block '
of lake, near railroad station and new
electric line, which will be ■■■■; in running:'■
order within- two ' weeks, with half "hour :
service, making this property as : accessi- \
ble as Merriam Park. • When we arrangedl
with the Receiver of Germanla Bank: for .
these lots at the low price and • liberal
terms. -we did -. not anticipate we would :
be obliged to herald this sale 'to 'any' ex
tent through the daily papers. • r - .
• Hundreds -of persons have: paid from
$250 to $500 for lots in this : addition and
they are :no betteri than those ■ in" this Ji.
sale, and if you •= miss - the chance t to get
a home at White Bear for less than you 1?
pay for 3 months rent there, you may "re
gret it. : Only 30 lots left. -For full'par
ticulars and plat call at.,
Ramaley's Floral Exchange ;
-■'•. SEVENTH- AND ST. PETER. -"*-
** * * *.'*..♦ *•*• » ♦'• « »'»'» *»♦♦»"«"♦>'/.
''•■ 30 Miles From Twin Cities. r>-2 '
:: IMPROVED FARM; $4500 I
" 220 * acres—7o acres under' cultiva- *v ■'
( i tion.. .0 acres . meadow. Beautiful ' ♦'k
M . lake -adjoining property. Close to ","■■!■•■
(| school and —price includes 9" •'"*
( young cows, 5 hogs. 4 horses. 200 ' '.-?*
- (| , bushels potatoes . and farm machin- ■]-"
" cry. Including -cream separator. A +
-; decided bargain for any man. - • . ♦ ■
H. A. CAMPBELL 4 CO.t cli'^t v
I ; 107 E. 4th street, St. Paul.. r3 J .
•*>*»♦ »~»^ > .»jj >
Sjoberg & Hedberg
313 Jackson St.
Ikl9ftfl For a 7roam house, city",
V I L UU water .and 2 lots on Payne
ay. This is a snap. V;, '■■•J'-: t:.^*
01 inn Buys a -room house in very*
VI lUU good condition on Edger-'
ton st. : ::•■-■■■■:;;-";:;: V:':. ' "".V-!, V
•♦*•«♦ ( * ♦ t t t > ♦ « » ♦ ♦ ♦ 't'*9'., -
•ik: -: ■■- $200 -■■-,^'M
<• Will buy one of 6 beautiful lots at 1
'» • Merriam Park. These lots are good'r •"*
« >,/ to . double in value ' in the next ■; 6 « • ".'■
<> months.- Who gets them? ■ .. ■
" H. A. CAMPBELL & CO., <■
''r , 107 E. 4th st. . ';■';■",,':
9* ••••*'•••* *M<MM>M ♦♦# >;>
will buy two-story double dwelling
house in first-class repair and well "
rented. This house belongs to an es
tate in the East, and must be sold. .
Property known as No. 664 and' 666 ;
Ravine street, Dayton's Bluff. " ' "f --
101 and 102 Nat. Ger. Am. Bank Bldg. '
Minnesota Farm $300
*« 120 acres rich black soil, clay subsoil;
timber, for over $2,000; good log building;
seven raile.s from station - and j only . 100 -
miles from Minneapolis;-: this is a home- '
stead; present entryman compelled to re- ~
■ linquish. -. -. ■ ■ ■ ■ .- ■•■^^ ,-;.j.,.,
IHIgUOIC PIUS. Bldg., MINNEAPOLIS
;; : Fop Rent—slo.oo pep month. :-t-'
, 3 room flat and good store ; for sell- ?r
| . ing small groceries, . tobaccoek di"''. ' '
<h - noon lunches; city water. Price' ' :
made for; winter. -■.< - • ■/.! -n^»\ •.-.
; H. A. CAMPBELL CO., t !
I . 107 E. 4th st.:■:.'.: -..■-. ;^
9* '"' '**..' *.*,* **.♦*'* •'»♦'• * »»♦• -.:-
FOR | SALE—A I HALF«; DOZEN SMITH V
: Premier - typewriters; "> late f. models " and - -
all in iperfect' condition; if one party ;#
takes Jot will sell them-: for $40 a piece; --
.. for; one : $45; ■we will let you have these .
, I typewriters on ; approval; if not satisfac- I
i•- tory ■ you '' can - return •;;- the ■ . machines i-''
within a week; these machines cost new.
.- $100. E. Lytle's Diamond Parlors, 411
. Robert st.. -second floor. ■ :*••:■ - --^'
FANCY POULTRY INCUBATORS, BONE
M cutters,; foods, etc.; ?. valuable catalogue-'?
--4 c;' circular free;« both , phones".- 1-' Pike •&'
: C 0.,: 221 Second : av.r south, Minneapolis; "
■:- Mention Globe. -■■--. -■■■ v- >: '. -:; - -■
FOR SALE—BLACK WALNUT WARD- "
,/t robe,"; made iin : sections; *; can ■< be " taken -J-.
' - through '. smallest - doorway; :•" $10. 255; ■
FINE SEALSKIN L COAT FOR c SALE,
J very cheap, in good - condition; nearly •;'"
, . new. .- C. F. Emrich, - 712 .Randolph;st. '5
THE GLOBE'S FREEi RENTAL LIST IS
, A GREAT CONVENIENCE TO PER
SONS IN SEARCH OF ROOMS OR 4
BOARD. CALL AT THE OFFICE AND
LEARN HOW TO GET YOUR ROOMS
REGISTERED IN THE LIST. \ -