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FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1901.
If Klb.^ Won't run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. fc| § 1 i ■■ ■ ■ Will KIIQBIIOCC ll must have a motive power. The motive power for many a iifiAgi^ H Mlf Off l_^in_fV I UUB I#U*HIIIf9a man's business is a JOURNAL WANT AD. Every business H66U9 MU YBriISIIIS I X, . ~"""" nil—in in-—" --"°fvrfrvrißirrm«trfiT"i™™™*"'^^ 1 2_^ ANNOUNCEMENTS " UNION HACK OFFICE, 21! WASHINGTON ay S. Hacks furnished on short order, day or night: union prices; funerals, $3; hearses furnished. Telephone, main _t>o. H. A. CHANDALL, 820 BTITST~S, AUDITOR -and accountant. Manufacturing, mercantile • a. id other accounts audited and adjusted. 3 AUCTION SALES PATTEN. AUCTIONEER, HAS RK moved to Sl9 Guaranty Loan building. Sales made, city or country. g '; BUSINESS CHANCES WE LAUNDER CLOTHES AND DO IT with soap; no-harmful materials used; give US'. a -trial. Custom Laundry, 11; 6th st S. Telephone'/ 13&. . * * ■ \__ MAKER WANTED-MAN TO BUY shoemaker's tools and- supplies at Brandon, . Minn.; good opening. Address C. W. Meck -■BM"«>uth,*Ev«n«yiHe.-Minn.- ■ HARDWARE AND MACHINERY BUSINESS for sale; best-country trade in North Dako ta:" good' chance to "add geuenal store; in voice about (3.000; annual sales about $50,000; will also sell, lease or rent the building. worth $3,300; part .time if desired, or will trade^for'one-third cash and balance In val -,. aabie reaL-estate or live stock; want to sell 1 on account of illness and too much other V business. Address E 892, •Journal: . WANTED—A MAN \\UThT2O*6oO AND GOOD J business qualincalioas'to operated manufac turing plant in 'Canada. We want to dupli • cate oar Minneapolis plant in Canada; we are ''. well . k:..uv,i!, our success here is sufficient guaranty that the investment is safe; we ' "TMa't belong to a trust; we have-one of our own. Address O $92, Journal. WANTED -GOOD BLACKSMITH AND woodworker in western town; good location; : leu Kiveu free; one who can speak German preferred. Correspond with Peart & Ross, Lyuchburg, N. D. WANTED—STOCK MERCHANDISE WORTH about $12,000 to $14,000, in good running order In trade for Al land, Red River valley; well rented and all under plow; none but those who have first-class stock need answer. Ad dress Box 334. Moorhead, Minn. > $10,000, NEW 35-ROOM, FURNISHED, CITY apartment building; steam, plumbing, natural wood finish; well occupied; pays 12 per cent net; sickness compels. 65 Loan rind Trust. WANTED—RE SIDE NT~PARTNER~FOR~ ST" Paul and Minneapolis in an established busi ness; must have at least $300. Address F. B. W.. 4.1 W 67th st, Chicago, 111. FOR SALE—GOOD LAW PRACTICE IN thriving Minnesota town. Illness cause of seling. Address A S&>, Journal. BARBER SHOP KOK SALE—BEST TWO chair combination Bhop in western Minne sota, doing good business; reason for selling, engaged in other business. Address R 89C, Journal. ' WANTED—TO RENT FURNISHED HOTEL,' in good town, at once. T. J. Watson. Woon socket, S. D. A NEW, CLEAN DRUG STOCK FOR SALE, in thriving town. A pharmacist can make good money here; good opening for a Nor wegian doctor. If you want this chance, come quick. Address - box 276, Hayfield, Minn* ■ ' FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY. MAKING $5,000 clear profit yearly, at a bargain. 405 Bank of Commerce. 7 "- ' WE EXECUTE OPTION ORDERS FOR grain;. $20 .will margin I.UOO bushels 2 cents; send for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Oaborii Grain Co.. Sl2 to 814 Phoenix building. Minneapolis. .Members Chamber of Commerce, i WANTED— PARTY WITH SMALL CAPITAL to lak" half interest In well established busi ness; must be acquainted with amateur pho tography. X 898, Journal. FOR SALE—A ,FIRST CLASSS HESTAU rant, with a 30-foom lodging-nouse in con- tion, in a good railroad town of 3,600 111 --liabitaars; 100 miles from St. Paul; doing a ■large business; good reason for selling. Ad dress X 895, Journal. 11,800 BUYS;-,FURNITURE AND LEASE" only first-class hotel, town of 1,500; will con sider part trade, land or city property. Ad dross Bo« 156, Zumbrota, Minn. . SMALL STOCK OF HARDWARE AND building, worth $2,0.00, for sale or exchange • for- Minnesota land. Gcod southern Minne . sota village. J. 3..Ulland & Co., Blue Earth, ■Minn,. . . y CONFECTIONERY. LIGHT GROCERIES and creamery; stock and fixtures at $17.> if taken by Monday. 1400 sth st S. 1 AUCTION -^ELEGANT. COSTLY AND nearly new furniture, rugs, carpets, ■ piano, etc., at auction, Monday next, 11th, at 10 a. m. sharp. We are favored with instruction by owner (who is leaving the city), to sell as above the entire modern furnishings of his ■ ten-room residence, consisting of fine Flem ish oak - dining-room suit, birdseye maple, mahogany and oak dressers; one fine brass bed, secretary book case, china closet and china, mahogany parlor suit, guitar and man • dolin, nice bedding, toilet sets, hall tree, costly mahogany library table, with claw feet: books, a Russian samovar, mahogany' Davenport. Rolph sofa bed, leather, oak and mahogany rockers; center tables, a' first-class upright piano, music cabinet, pedestals, chif j fonuier, four iron beds, springs and hair mat tresses; pictures, Roman chairs, tabourettes, draperies, brass sconce mirror, fine large gold frame mirror, a first-class Ohio steel range, granite ware, etc.', etc. All removed from the residence on Spruce place for con venience fit sale. We shall include in this sale about thirty pieces high-class, new fur niture by.. order, of an . eastern concern, to close an account. All without the slightest reserve. Hubert Bown & Co., Auctioneers ' 44 and 4G 7th st S. ■ WANTED—PARTNER, WITH $1,000, FOR established, legitimate business. Opportuni •ty for hustler to make big money; investi gafe. '-Postoffice box 301, Minneapolis, Minn. FOR SALE—DRUG STOCK,- IN RED RIVErT Minn.. Excellent opportunity ■ for small in vestment. Fine prescription trade. Address ' M 89.), Journal. ' 7 BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC., PER maneutly removed by electricity. Miss Hol 'lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the northwest- Exclusive specialist. 8l .w_ BICYCLES TIRES, $5 A PAIR, GUARANTEED ENTIRE season; sundries and repairing. Bicycle*, from $25 to $50. Meyer Cycle Co., 21 sth st S. 10 BOARD AND ROOMS \ FRONT PARLOR, I ON "FIRST FLOOR: also two other rooms, with board, at 419 9th ,St S, ■..-.--- . . . 13.>_-_ cows _ FRESH COWS FOR SALE, CHEAP; GOOD milkers; or trade for dry cows, at 1116 Bry ant ay N. 14 CLAIRVOYANTS . MRS. MANE WELL, medium; readings daily; A Thursday eve circles, 25c. 620Va Nic, room 14. MRS.. MARY JACOBS HAS RETURNED ' from. Europe and can be consulted daily on all affairs' of life at 510 3d ay S. - . PROFESSOR- MILLER, -. CLAIRVOYANT and palmist, tells just what you want to kaow; letters with stamp answered. Parlor ' i>o3 Hennepin ay. - 15 DRESSMAKING LADIES-THERE IS ONE GARMENT THAT this- weather, demands, and which you can not buy ready-made, and that'is a perfect flttuig -walking skirt. G. C. Hutchison,, the ladies' tailor, ST Sth st S, is making them to your measure for $$, $10 and 312, of fine im ported cheviots;, tweeds and meltons. 1 Dress skirts -of beautiful new fabrics for spring at $12, $15 and $iS; lined silk for $20 and $25. ■li kinds of waists made to measure. ■ » 16 DYEING AND CLEANING TWIN CITY DYE ' WORKS—PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners. Out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nlc oUet Telephone 1576. ■ . 19__1_ FINANCIAL __^__ LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri can Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 623-5 Guaranty building. 4% TO 6 PER"CENT MONEY, WITH VHB "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved property in Minneapolis and St Paul. R. M. Newport • 309-3U Phoenix building, 60 4th st S, Mianehpolis. Si , ■ I Journal's Popular one Cem a word Classlllcd Ads. £»»&»£ | Telephone Your wauls to Main .j 11 £\]gg*\ iue Wttgfjfga 1 £ ■ ,---—— : :; ;—: — ; : 11 —^ ■-•' '• -„ . , ; ~- ;.:.v. - —._———:—i—• • • •'•■■■■- M MBKR ll>— Continued. AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R, D. Cone _ Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building. fiONEY TO LOAN; EASY~TERMBI LOW rates. David P. Jones _ Co.. Oncida buildin_. <$> MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED I.'EO- <£> I > <$> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- <£> i <g> able amounts to salaried people hold- <$> :'• <$■ ing steady positions with responsible <J. ' <•> concerns.' on easy weekly or monthly <£ <<•> payments. 4 We conduct our business <$ <$> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <$ <$> ; fair treatment guaranteed. Room 308, <£ ■$> Bank of Commerce building. . '* , & I QUICK LOANS ~ TO SALARIED PEOPLE, SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. On your own name without security or In dorser; payment payable to suit yourself. ' Those who contemplate borrowing can be as- i sured of the confidential treatment that all ' persons of refinement and prid" feel Is essen- | tial In matters of this nature. Our offices ' are so arranged that you do not come in con tact with other applicants, and you can be waited on privately and quickly. •*'•":. ■ >-■-. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY. J 601-602 Globe building. MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE with steady positions in good concerns, on their own names; no security; easy payments. Tolmap. 920 N. Y. Life building. '< WE HAVE a BLOCK of 'EASTERN MONEY to loan at 5. pel cent on choice, residence property. Thorpe Bros., 258 Hennepin ay. 5 AND 6 PER CENT MORTGAGE LOANS. i No delay. C. S. Woodruff, 606 Guaranty bldg. | MORTGAGE LOANS— Rates low; any sums; no delay; see us sure. Gale _ Co.. N.Y.Llfe. "••• ♦ • ■♦ •• • r ♦ ♦-r ; • <i*s-i> • <$> DEPOSIT WITH THE <$> <$> SAVING FUND COMPANY. . , <$> 6 110 Temple Court. <£> • •$> 4 per cent on deposits left two months. <•> <•> 4 per cent on one-year certificates. <§> • ; • ■ 5 per cent on two-year certificates. <•> I •$ Capital, (350,000. Surplus, 30,000. •$> 1 £> ' Organized 1889. <►> ; <§> J. L. Smith, Pies.; G. J. Pauly, Treas. <j> : <|> Fred B. Snyder, Counsel. . <$> ; ............. .....,.♦ , ...j-. i-^-^jxjK^ OOQOO OOOQC* 8 WE LOAN MONEY 5 <j> to salaried people on their notes at fji lowest rate; strictly confidential; pay weekly, semi-weekly or monthly. . O Room 202, Sykes block, 256 Hennepin ay. Of O RELIABLE CREDIT CO. O C-OOOO_ «OS&« WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL : estate, with on or before privileges; rate 1/*, ; 5 and 6. T. A. lieson, 313 Nicollet. , LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP- | erty preferd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th. ! SALARY LOANS. If you are employed by a responsible firm j i we will loan you sums of $10 to $100 on your | note at much CHEAPER AND EASIER RATES than elsewhere, of this we are POSI TIVE. " Absolutely no charges for papers. Nothing deducted from amount you desire. Easiest partial payments. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL,CO., room 206, New York Life , building. . ' 1 MONEY TO LOAN on city property and Im proved larm lands, 5, h\ 2 and 6 per cent; no delay. C. H. Smith, 603-606 Phoenix. | 20 OR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE advertising under this . head. Be sure and ' call for tiiem when you leave the ad. COLFAX MINERAL WATER ~ Will permanently cure constipation. We guarantee resulu; $1.75 per six-gallon case. The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. WATCHES cleaned: main springs fitted, $lF warranted a year. Fiske, jeweler, 32 S. Wash. SOCIALISTIC AND REFORM literature for sale; free reading room. 20th Cen.,424 Nicollet. MILLWOOD, DRY. 11.75 TO $2.76; 2 LOAD 37 partly dry, $2.75; coal, $5 and $5.25. Plymouth Lbr. Co, 4 Lumber Exeh. Phone. Main 717 J-2. GREAT BARGAINS IN NEW AND SLIGHT- , !y used household goods of every description. We can save you 25 per cent at ihe Town Market Furniture Co., .25 and 27 sth st S. Repairs for all kinds of stoves at half price. ALL KINDS second-hand office and store fix- ■ tures, desks and safes, cheap. 208 4th st S. OYSTER SHELLS, 75 CENTS: CRYSTAL grit, 75 cents; oil meal, $1.50 per, 100-pound tack. J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay. FOR SALE—ENTIRE STOCK OF A CALl fornia Belgain Hare company, consisting of about 60 hares in pedigreed stock, one lot or separate; very cheap. 328 3d st S. SODA- FOUNTAIN CHEAP. MINNEAPOLIS Soda Fountain Co., 521 Marshall st NE. WHEN YOU WANT FURNITURE repaired, : reupholstered, refinished, or mattresses reno vated, try Rainville Bros., the East Side dealers. No. 15 Nicollet Island. Both 'phones. ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR KKEE SAMPLE of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich. PIANOS—BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK; '. two Behning uprights, $I<>s, $225; Anderson upright, good as new, $225; $8 monthly; Chickering upright $225; Emerson upright $190; new pianos for r*nt $3.50 and $4 a j month; one year's rent allowed if. purchased. Foster & Waldo, 40 '.th st S, corner Nicollet. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 237 Henn. ay— , Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices. ] VIOLINS FOR SALE— HAVE~ THE : best outfit ever offered for $5, including vio- . lin, bow, case, extra set of strings, resin and • instruction book. Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 Oth st S, just off Nicollet. ' SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES OF i every description; office furniture, safes, cash ; registers, soda fountains, wagons, carriages, i stoves and furniture; largest stock in north- • west.. 1027. Washington ay S. , . WANTED—ORDERS FOR PURE MAPLE i sugar and syrup, made on farm of F. C. Hay- ■ ward, Shrewsbury, Vt. '■ . j FOR SALE—DOUBLE FILE CASK, PARTI- 1 tioned for two complete sets of cards, 5x5 1 inches, alphabetically indexed; good as new; . fine thing for office use; can be seen at Jour- ( nal business office; call and make offer. < FURNITURE—THE BALANCE OF THE fine furniture ot handsomely furnished home will be sacrificed at any reasonable offer; everything must go this week; everything good as new; leather couch, leather rocker and chairs; parlor suite, brass and Dresden beds, dining set; with leather chairs, center tables,- odd pieces, upright piano, etc. Call anytime. 1319 W 24th st. " BARGAINS IN SEWING MACHINES; NEW and second-hand; all kinds repaired: every thing in supplies. Lynch, 919 Nicollet ay. FOR SALE— WELL-BRED HANDSOME bull terrier, nrindle and white. Call on Dr. H. E. McCullough, 108 Bth; st S. FOrXTAIN PENSrALL MAKES: WATER man,. Parker, etc.; jobbing stock to select from; repairs. Whitall & Siddall, Commercial Stationers, 323 Hennepin. . $125 BUYS BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT MAHOG any piano, fully guaranteed by maker: used less than six months; cost $275; must be sold at once; leaving city. 1319 W 24t'h St. FOR" SALE—OR" EXCHANGE, SET~BUF^ falo wagon scales, 65-horse-power boiler and engine. What have you to exchange? C. A. Morrison, Ellendale, N. D. PI AN FOR RENT—TWO GOOD UP^ rights; loir rates for long term. 'Phone 2807-Ll. Address 908 ollet. FOR SALE—IO BROWN LEGHORN HENS and one cockerel, also 18 mixed hens. 3707 Portland. 200 JARS EXTRA CREAMERY AT 22c PER pound. Minnie's Best patent flour, $2. Fresh dairy, 17c, 18c. Northwestern Butter Market, ; 513 Hennepin. • . me pa'ckagefor'the"ne\v~shre d~ded" ; wheat biscuit; eggs, 14c; other groceries equally cheap. Minnesota Dairy, 25 6th st S. IRISH WATER- SPANIEL PUPPIES, TWO months old; two Winchester rifles, one 3S and one 45-90, cheap if taken at once. Box 33, Appleton, , Minn. . ...:■■ : ■:-.... $65 NEW DROP-HEAD SINGER SEWING machine, $25; new' D-12 tailor Wheeler & Wilson, cheap; White, $5; Snaps, Saturday. Elmer. 720 Ist ay S. 1 ■ ■ . 21 I FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. : : r'. BROAT, / Real . 1 Rooms, Furnished 704 - Estate, - Board. ]■ and Phoenix. ) Rentals, ) Flats, l Unfurnished. ' OPEN EVENINGS FROM_7:3O TO 9. "__ ON COMO CAR LINE, SMALL COTTAGE~IN good repair; $13 per month. Call at 701 15th ay SE. ■■■ FOR RENT— SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, No. 645 sth st' N; screens, storm sash, sum mer- kitchen; rent $15. j : Apply at Regan's bakery, corner. oth. st and 7th ay N. 1 ,c- THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. XUMBER Continued. ■ -•• -t ■ -■-■■■- ■■ ' NO. 343S Ist ay S—UP-TO-DATE, MODERN eight-room house; porcelain bath, gas and fixtures; city water; . furnace; hardwood floors. Lane & Conrad Co.. 513 Phoenix building.- __ ■; . . ■ ' ■■■■ ■ FOR RENT— HOUSES. FLATS, STORES, offices, modern, central. Also houses, lots, farms, improved and unimproved. Easy pay ments. Babcock, 412 Nlcollet, room 12. FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 1107 3D AY S; $10 per month. . 23 FURNISHED ROOMS FREE, "FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED Room" cards tor those advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when tear ing the ad. .' ■ ROOMS RENTED AND SECURED, QUICK 1> and reasonably. Ask for rates; test our facilities; we guarantee satisfaction. Broat, 704 Phoenix block. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. EN tirely modern; „ steam heat; private family; beautiful location; walking distance. Address V 887. Journal. ON UPPER NICOLLET ISLAND. A FINE five-room flat; gas fixtures,- range, heater and shades. F. C. Griswold. Nicollet island. ROOM FOR RENT—VERY DESIRABLE; gas, bath, heat; private family; central. 1107 2d ay S. ; - - - NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS; FURNACE heat and gas; location central. 11l 7th st S. Telephone service. 04. IXFIRXISHED ROOMS FOUR, DOWN STAIRS, 923 STH AY S, $10 per month. m VE, UPSTAIRS,,237 10TH AY S, $10 PER month; city water. 25 I.NFI'RMSHED FLATS' MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 & 18TH st, second floor. Apply on premises. Frank Miller. • , , /..■ FOR RENT—7-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN flat. 1710 &th ay S. Flat 2. FOR RENT— SUNNY FOUR-ROOM FLAT; steam heat, gas range, open plumbing; walk ing distance. Also six-room flats, not mod ern.. W. P. Mealey. 413 Bank of Commerce. FIVE ROOMS IN BRICK HOUSE, WITH bath. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay. STRICTLY MODERN FLAT IN CHOICE LO cation, after April 1. For information inquire of Janitor. 329 E 16th St. FOR RENT—FLAT OF EIGHT ROOMS. 211 Washington ay N. NO. 813 13TH AY S— FOUR-ROOM FLAT, second floor, newly papered; $6 month. ' No. 843 Summer st NET, one block to Central ay car. four-room flat, nearly new and very neatly papered, woodshed, city water, $11.50 month. Lane & Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix building. 20 FIRXISHED FLATS FOR RENT, COZY, PRETTILY FUR uisbed flat, from May 1 to Oct. 1; live rooms; very convenient location; walking distance. Call afternoons. Flat 7. 1?27 Ist ay S. FURNISHED FLAT FOR" RENT— rooms, modern, at once, or will sell part of furniture. Eight blocks from Glass Block. V 898, Journal. - 27 OFFICES OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $8 to $20. Eastman block. 412 Nicollet. Inquire room 12. 28 STORES f^fflElS ALL KINDS OP BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THOHPE BROS.. 25S HENN AY. CENTRAL LOCATION, BRICK BLOCK, 1220 or 1226 Washington aY S, %10 per month. PLATE GLASS FRONT, IN BRICK~BLOCK, 1226 Washington ay S; $10; suitable for small factory. SHOP FOR SHOEMAKER OR TAILOR, 231 10th ay S. $5. SHOP FOR CARPENTER, PAINTER _OR manufacturing. 237 10th ay S; $10. 29 RES ~~ FOR RENT— GOOD FARM, NEAR CITY, furnished with stock, machinery and horses; for particulars address F 898, Journal. 31 HELP WANTED—MALE WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, $1; warranted one^y^ar^PaegoTs. 32 3d st S. SILK VELVET COLLAR,~66cT~ OVERCOAT sleeves rellned. Me; pants recut into style, 7oc; suits steam cleaned, $1. At Anthony, tailor, 119 Washington ay N. WAN TED—W EAV E R S~BY" A NORTHWES tern woolen mill; good wages guaranteed; steady work. For particulars address N 865, Journal. YOUN"g"~MAN, GO~TO ARCHIBALD'S COL lege, Lake st, corner Stevens, for bookkeep ing, shorthrnd, typewriting and Engli&h branches. Day aud evening. WANTED—TRAVELING 8 ALES MAN FOR territory in South Dakota and Minnesota; none but thoroughly competent man with ex perience in fruit and produce commission line need apply; surety bond required; open April 1; write giving experience, references, salary wanted. Address Lock Box 714, Sioux Falls, S. D. WANTED—MANAGES FOR RETAIL LUM ber yard; must have experience; state wheth er married ->r single, nationality, salary ex pected and give references. Address G 892, Journal. WANT ED—CARRIAGE TRIMMERS, ALL around men. Also Top cushion and back men. T. D. S., 115 Washington ay N. 2 p. m. MACHINISTS—STEADY EMPLOYMENT,AT Globe Iron Works Co., 2429 University ay SE. WANTED—MALE STENOGR"APHER; SAIT ary $50 per month; wholesale business. Ad dress N 896. Journal. BRIGHT BOY, WITH BICYCLE, TO RUN errands and work in shop. Small wages to start, but sure advancement for steady boy, desirous of working up in mechanical line. Address, with references, D 895, Journal. COUPE TENT MAN ST ENOG RAPH EIT~FOR credit department work. Apply afternoons. Minneapolis Iron Store Co. W ANTE D —A FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR for Minneapolis; must be competent and re sponsible: business with merchants, jobbers and manufacturers. Address 304 Lonsdale \ building, Duluth, Minn. j WANTED, THREITmACHINISTS WHO ARE" first class vise hands; if not experienced and i first-class, do not apply. Twin City Iron | Works.,_3l7_llth ay S. WANTED—GOOD MAN TO TAKE ORDERS for Minneapolis wholesale fruit house in your own and neighboring towns; comraissiop on sales; if you have time to take this up, look up the trade and see how hard it is worked and write to A 898, Journal. WANTEiS^AN~ASSISTANT CUTTER IN A mercantile tailoring establishment. Address E 898, Journal. WA XTEI)—COMPETENT NTJRSE GIRL TO go out to Lake Calhoun. Apply at 1016 New York Life building. Saturday at 2. p. in. BOYS~XN~D~GIRLS~WHO "WANT" TO~EARN a watch, address to De Smidt Mfg. Co.. Min neapolis, Minn. Remember, it does not cost you a cent. JOB COMPOSITOR—BYRON & WILLARD, printers, 29 oth st S. #ANTHD— BOY, OVER 16^ YEARS, TO feed job printing press. Northwestern Ag riculturist. WANTED—BOY TO LEARN ENGRAVING. Must have talent for drawing. No others need apply. Monasch Lith. Co., No. 16 4th st N, third floor. WANTED—BOY, ABOUT 16, FOR ARCHI- i tectural office. Answer, in own handwriting, stating age, education, if living with parents and father's business. H 898, Journal. WANTED, STRONG, iNTELLIGTaNT YOUTH I to handle furniture. Apply to Hubert Bowli j & Co., 44 7th st S, this evening only. BOY WANTED TO WORK~IN~SHOP AND | to take care of horses. F. G. Richards, 601 E 24th st. WANTED—MAN TO WORK FOR HIS ROOM and board. Call immediately. 927 2d ay S. BARBER WANTED — FOR SATURDAY; guarantee $3.50. 2500 Bloomington ay. 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE YOUNG LADY — FOR THOROUGH PREP aration foi office -york, attend Archibald col lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and evening sessions. ASK ANY "DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE" of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich. WANTED~—GIRL~TO~DO~HOUSEWORK IN private family; one child; one who can take care of child part of time; no objection to widow; must be German or Scandinavian, and must pay her own fare to Billings, Mont.; would prefer age from 25 to 50; good place; wages $H5 per month; steady work. Address Box 844, Billings, Mont. M >IHKH .'(_—( ontlnned. WANTED—BY APRIL 1, A NEAT, COMPE tent girl for general housework. Must be good laundress; wages $20 per month. Must room out. Address W 896, Journal. WANTED—A COM PETEXf _H£ k7sr general work. Call at Mrs. Wm. Butter's, Sl3 7th st tJ. A YOUNG~LADY WISHES POSITION~AS housekeeper; prefer leaving city; no objection to children. Mrs. W. C. Wright, care Page Hotel, city. WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED DININQ rooni girls, at National Hotel. WANTED—TWCTfIRST-Ci_VSS CHAMBER maids. Must furnish city references. At the Beaufort Hotel, 112 8d st 8. NURSE-FOR CHILDREN. MUST BE able to give references. 1816 Colfax ay S. WANTED—W<3mAN ~ TO CLEAN OFFICE^' as soon as possible. World Window Clean ing, 221 Nicollet ay. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral housework: family of three; wages $3 per wetk; Scandinavian preferred. 510 od ay S. GIRL~FOR A STEADY PLACE IN A NK'l little home; family of two; work not hard and wages paid promptly; expect to go to housekeeping in a few days, near Lake St Call at 1014 4th ay S, room 1, ground floor. M WEBK PAID FOR CAPABLE. GIRL. Must be good cook, clean neat and furnish recemmendations; good home; five in family. Take Lyndale or Bryant cars to 19th st S. M. P. Hobart, No. 501 Forest ay. WANTED—EXPERIENCED POWE~R SF chine girls. Button sewer and forelady. Moore -Vlfg. Co., 2t> sth st S. " HOUSEHOLD GOODS ALWAYS IN THE LEAD— Such Offerings Never Before Known In the World of Furniture. READ, THEN COME. THE BRANCH, CORNER WASH INGTON AND SECOND AY S, the place where kwality kounts, is the I center of attraction to-morrow. Our wonderful stock of carpets, which is the biggest and finest that has ever been displayed in Minneapolis, will be placed for your selection at prices mUCb lower than you would dare to guess. There is actually no end to the variety of exquisite designs in wool ingrains, Brussels, velvets and Wiltons. THE BRANCH will give bargains to-morrow, and, in fact, for a week, of such great importance that you will simply be astounded, with ali the accommodation of credit and easy terms that you may ask. The great complete housefurnishers will whip things into a froth as far as parlor suits are concerned. The) offer fifty elegant parlor suits, solid oak or maho_an> frames, hand carved, upholstered in the richest, warmest-bued tapestry. The actual value of these parlor suits is $43: they cut them to S_LSO. Such a magnifi cent display of buffets, chiffoniers, fancy dressing tables, ladies' writing desks, couches, hall racks, book cases. You know from axperience how, right in the beginning of a sea son, THE BRANCH does those things which others regard as not only un necessary but unbusinesslike. But THE BRANCH doesn't think it at all unbusinesslike to let their friends and customers have ail that is com ing to them in value and accommo dation. Nine-dollar enameled steel beds, full double size, go to;- only |j.S. THE BRANCH, 'The place where kwality always kounts." COR. WASH AND SECOND AY S. 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE WANTED—TO BUY HORSES. BUGGIES and harnesses, blankets and robes. Second hand rigs of all kinds for sale; cash or time. 414 2d st _S^ BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY~HORSB Market. St. Paul, Minn., haTe constantly oa hand all classes of horses, draft and driving horses and farm chunks; if you want a horse oj^anyjkiud^give^usji call. HORSE AUCTION—HORSE AUCTION. Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their Wednesday horse auction sates at Midway, St. Paul, from 800 to 1,000 head of horses, consigned to them by the largest horse own ers in the country, consisting principally of farm mares, drivers, delivery horses, road sters and mules, which wil^be sold to the highest bidder without reserve or regardless of value. Part time given if desired. Pri vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman, Min nesota Transfer. St. Paul, Minn. FROST ft CO.S SALE STABLES—HEAD^ quarters for the sale of farm mares, gen eral purpose horses, drivers and heavy drat't ers. 12 2d st X. FOR SALE—4^ HEAD OF FARM HORSES and mares; weight from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds. This consignment of horses is from Steams county, Minnesota, and has to be sold re gardless of price. Can be seen at Neumann's livery, 1405 Washington ay N. ONE PAIfT~HEAVY HORSEST 9 AXD 12 years, sound, harness and wagon; will seil separate; snap if taken soon. 207 W 28th st. Call Sunday. EIGHT HEAD OF HORSES, WEIGHT 1,100 to 1,430 pounds; must be sold this week. Guaranty Loan barn, rear postoffice. $90 TAk^^~G~OOD"~VVOR"K~TEAM. MARE and horse; blocky built, weight 2,600 lbs; call any time. 243 7th ay S. FOR SALE—TEAM~H oils ES^ 2,700 LBS~ pair mares, 2,400 lbs; good drivers; Rocky mountain pony, saddle, bridle; finest in city. Sell separate. Come, make an offer. Ulti sth. ay S. 137 BUYS 9-YEAR-OLD BAY HORSE, 1,175 pounds; true, single or double: city broke. Snap for some one. 401u Chicago ay. H~ X. Wl>fSLO w! MI DWA V ■ STABLES^ Minnesota Transfer, has 100 of all kinds of horses, drivers, draft horses, farm mares; one fine carriage team. Also two fast pacers. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D WANTED—TO BUY THREE HEAVY DRAFT horses. Also three light business horses. Will pay cash. Call immediately. 3011 Cal houn boulevard. TO EXCHANGE—FIVE- ACRES OF GOOD land in Little Falls, Minn., for sound work team, harness and wagon. Call S2 7th st S. 35 INSTRUCTION SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE OF Madrid, Spain; natural methods; pure Castil ian pronunciation; class or private; terms reasonable. A 896, Journal. 3g LOANS AND CHATTELS LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl cation, on furniture, pianes, horses, wagons, fixtures, eus., soeds to remain In your un disturbed possession. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOM 3. Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building. QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITUREf pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments, cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank ot Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st LOANS on furniture, pianos, without remov al; cheap ratea. 25 Washington ay S. room 15. LOANS~MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODST furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-half the usual rates. Munthly Install ment Loan^Co., 825 Guaranty Loan. PAWNBROKERS—ReTiabIeT reasonable; con fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S. QUICK LOAXS~~OX HOUSEHOLD GOODS, pianos, etc., without removal, at lowest rates. American Credlter Co., 523-525 Guaranty Loan building. 37 LOST AND FOUND FOUND—LADY'S PIN. SEND DESCRIP tion by mail to 2343 Carter ay, St. Anthony Park. $25 REWARD—OLITBRC)\V??rWAtEirs>AX lel, defective sight and hearing; strayed from 317 Oak Grove st. No collar. [ M Mil 10It 37—Con tinned. REWARD FOR MUSIC BOOK LEFT TUES day at Y. M. C. A. gallery. Return to 1609 Hawthorn ay. • t . REWARD AND NO QUESTIONS ASKED— Will the person who took the grip from the Northwestern, block: return the music, per sonal letters and account book to J. R. Kerr, New Store, and receive suitable reward. Cost—pocketbook, containing $80 IN bills. Name and address of owner Inside. If finder-will return, will split. Address 898, Journal." •■ i . . _!____ LOST — LLEWELLYN SETTER, BLACK and. white; face black, white stripe down to nose. Return to Biugell, 1816 9th ay S, for reward. , .. :. ';■'.'.-■' 39 MEDICAL ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE of Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mian. . . v -"■" ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN ay; ! porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. "I,E DUE'S FRENCH FEMALE REGULA tor" cures most stubborn cases pathological monthly stoppages, Irregularities, obstruc tions, suppressions; $2 or three for $5. Sent on receipt of price. Kidd Drug Co., Elgin, 111. Churchill & Scheldrup, Nic. house, Min neapolis; F. M. Parker, opp. P. 0., St. Paul; Fred Scott estate, Stillwater. Rubber goods. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY FOR SALE—FINE 7-ROOM COTTAGE AT Lake Park, near hotel; completely furnished, for $900 cash, if taken at once. E. Eichhorn &_Sons,_4'i. Washington ay S. HOUSE, RENTED FOR fig, TO EXCHANGE for Minnetonka cottage. C. A. Uuist & Co., 109 4th st 3. ' , ■ ■ WANTED—SHORE FRONT LOTS. NEAR Fatrvlew, Minnetonka, in exchange for a choice residence lot in Park addition. Ad dress. D 898, Journal. . . 42^1__ NOTICE BOND CALL. ""•~>~v To the . holders and owners of bonds exe cuted by the Scanlon-Gipson Lumber com pany, dated June 24, 1899, hereinafter enumer ated: • • ■ Please take notice that bonds numbered 61 to 90, both inclusive, aggregating $25,000 principal of said Scanlon-Gipson Lumber company, dated June 24, 1899, and secured by trust,deed to this company as trustee, have been called for payment, and will be paid at this office in four months from March 1, 1901. The holders of all of said bonds numbered from 61 to 90 are hereby required to surren der their bonds for payment, and that ac crued interest thereon will be paid with the principal of said bonds if presented at the time specified, and that from and after said four months all interest on said enumerated bonds will cease. ' Dated March 1, 1901. The Minnesota Loan and Trust Company, as trustee. WILL MR. ERICKSON. WHO USED TO live at 2018 Riverside ay, call there and find out something Jo his benefit. ■'.-'■•. He DOZEN FOR FRESH LAID EGGS; best separator creamery (Saturday) five, pounds, 51.10. Minnesota Dairy Association, 25 6th st .S. * * 44 PERSONAL DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DIS i eases of women and children. 17 9th st 3. I Take Hennepin ay ear. HOFFLINS HEADACHE POWDERS ~ i Are harmless; they are free from poisonous j drugs and a certain cure for all kinds of j headaches; 10c try 'em. Hofnin's drug store. IF IT'S FIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY AT j reasonable prices In Minneapolis, it's Dr. Brandes, at 620& Nicollet, suite 2. ASK ANY DRUGGIST FOR FREE SAMPLE lof Satin-Skin Cream, or write Albert F. i Wood, perfumer, Detroit, Mich. i •••••••••••••••••• j • IMPORTANT TO TAILORS, • i • As Well as the Ambitious Housewife. • • You. have undoubtedly more than • • once wished you knew an easy, sure • • way to get those bad spots removed • • from, those, good suits of clothes. • • After fifteen years at tailoring, I have • • at last dicsovsred how to do this easily • • and with very small expense. The • • only secret is what to use and how to • • use it. If I could have got this years • • ago, i would gladly have paid $5 for • • it. , You will say the same after using . • • it only once. You will never use any- • • thing else. It remove* the dirt in- • • stead of rubbing it in, and it is equal- • • ly good for cleaning carpets. I also • j • have a splendid recipe for cleaning • I • velvet. . .Send me 25 cents and 1 will, • ! • by return mail, send you both recipes • i • and full directions how to use them; • I • or either one of the above recipes for • • 15 cents. Send at once for it. Ad- • i • dress Gust Abrahamson, Merchant • ; • Tailor, Wadena, Minn. • FEMALE DISEASES CURED. ' |By Dr. Wheeler, specialist. Irregular men struation successfully treated. Office, Globe building, Minneapolis. EXAMINATION FREE. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. WARTS, permanently removed by electrolysis; also j scalp treatment. Anna M. Griswold, 417 Medical block. ?1.65 PER 100 FOR BEST FAMILY FLOUR; five'pounds fine separator creamery, $1.10; fresh dairy, 17c, 18c. Northwestern Butter Market, 513 Hennepin. j T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL diseases of women; all irregularities cor rected; private home for women before and during confinement; book, 15c, all you need to know. Office, 27 4th st S. third floor. FLEMISH FURNITURE IS THE RAGE. IF you wish to learn how to refinish old fur niture in Flemish or Van Dyke Brown, (any one can do it, in your own home), send SI for information. M. Nyhus. 616 Hoag at N. 46 PATENT ATTORNEYS ■ WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES IF. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and solicitors, main office No. 929 --935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Minn.; branch 1 office, room 52, McGill build ing, Washington, D. C. 47 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE IMPROVED .•;«•• ;r: ■ EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS sues a new catalogue of houses for sale and rent every two weeks. Send or call. ...... W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET, issue a rental bulletin and real estate list every Monday. Call or send and get one. HOUSES, $T,500 to 150,000. Minnetonka prop erty. Acres, rents, loans, insurance; care of property. Lewis W. Campbell, Dayton bldg. WE buy and sell city and farm property. Mort. Loans. C. A. Quist & Co., 109 4th st S. LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE EIGHT-ROOM modern, except furnace, eighth . ward, for sale; $2,500; |5J monthly payments; this is a decided snap. 355 Temple Court. NINE-ROOM USE I PRO PECT PARK*. Perfect condition, thoroughly modern, hard wood floors, storm sash and screens; very cheap, monthly payments. Room 5, 313 Nic ollet. '__ AN ATTRACTIVE, MODERN EIGHT-ROOM house, .near Como car, St. Anthony Park, very cheap. Monthly payments. Room 5, 313 Nicollet. - ■•..,■■■■: FOR SALE OR TRADE—HOUSE AND LOT in new town in central Minnesota. Address B 895, Journal. ■ . AQ . UNIMPROVED THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 300 Henntpin ay. '^ FOR SALE OR LEASE—I9BxIS7 FEET TO 20-foot alley, on a central corner; possible trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O. M. Laraway & Son, Bank of Commerce build- Ing. . -■ ■■■ ■ ■ . .-. • .-,--i> LOT FOR SALE—CHEAP, 25-FOOT FRONT age, 3905 sth ay S. Address Carl S. Nelson, Argyle, Minn. &235838558 SBSBBBSi?SSBSS 88828*S888£88 S2SS3&2S2 gj 100 Calhoun Park lots, $500 to $650.- Jjj 82 Jos. L. Hickson, 939 Guaranty. :. fi &SSS»S>SSB&< 888888888888 888a&>8S88 888888888888 4.Q ■ FARM LANDS OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N. D. Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4. COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp for BOOKLET. D. Games, S. E. Mpls, Minn. ..■■■-.; .•. ■ "ACRE. SNAPS.; . . ■, .- -■ ■-. 10 —Douglas county, Wisconsin, $2. 10,000 —Central North Dakota, $3.50. I,2oo—Chip pewa county, Wisconsin, $3.50. Central North - Dakota, for modern home. Rait, 608 | Bank' of Commerce. NUMBER 49—Continued. •:-:•♦:-:♦♦♦♦♦:•♦•:•<-:-:• ♦•x~X7X mx~> ♦;-:• ♦ 41,000 ACRES •$► V - Cut-over lands In Cans and Crow Wing ♦:• y counties, in townships 138, 139 and •> ♦>. 140, ranges 25, 26, 527 and 28; will be »> V sold in one tract or in township lots; y splendid opportunity'for speculation; ♦;♦ V prices and particulars on application. ♦!• •> Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. ♦♦♦ <~>^X~X~X»»X«X» ♦x~x. MX**X"X* «X* 480 ACR~EB IN KINOSBURf COUNT South Dakota, to exchange for general mer chandise or hardware. Address Box 23, De Smet, S. D. $360—EIGHTY ACRES.. $840—240' ACRES. $480—120 acres. $2.50 an acre, 2,840 acres; timber will pay for land; easy payments; other bargains. C. I). Rutherford, Flood wood, Minn. 160-ACRE FARM FOR SALE, FOUR MILES southeast of Henniug, Otter Tail county, Minn. Good well and good buildings. A snap if taken at once. M. Huseby, Battle Lake, Minn. 160 ACRES IN TRAVERSE COUNTY; THE se section 32-126-45;. is in the best wheat country In the state; only I need the money and will sell for $16 if can sell; buy of the owner. G. A. Wesner, Lakefleld, Minn. $650 BUYS 160 ACRES TIMBER LAND. IN Wisconsin; good soil; good house; 10 acres cleared. Thomas Watts, ■ 518 Boston Block. 987 ACRES IMPROVED FARM, RAMSEY county, North Dakota; everything complete. ; For full description, etc., see Babcock, 412 Nicollet ay, room 12. $1,400, 160 ACRES, DEUEL COUNTY, SOUTH Dakota. $900, 145 acres, Wright county, Minnesota. $3,000, 300 acres, Douglas county. $12.50 an acre for Chippewa county lands. $11 an acre for Grant county, Minnesota. $12 an acre, Swift county. $16 an acre, solid section of wild land, some meadow, timber, facing fine large lake of pure water, 40 miles out, In Wright county; has the making of a fine stock farm summer resort; near station; good soil, good title; have also 7,000 acres in Pine county for $1.50 an acre; 6,000 acres, Aitkin county; 4,500 acres in Cass county; fine timber and meadow; $1,100, 160 acres fine land at Crookstou. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building. _• 50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE—A VERY CHOICE RESI- ' dence lot in Park addition for shore front lots near Falrvtew, Mtnnetonka. Address C 898, Journal. . • . SITUATIONS WANTED MALE WANTED—POSITION AS GARDENER; EX perienced in flowers, vegetables; also tare of hot water plant, engine, electricity, etc. X 897, Journal. A YOUNG MAN OF 17 WOULD LIKE TO learn tinning. Address M 898, Journal. CO FEMALE A WIDOW OF REFINEMENT AND Ex perience would like to take the responsibility of renting a house and getting it in perfect order as well as acting as 'housekeeper for a party of gentlemen in the city or at the lake. Beat of references. Address O 885, Journal. A NICELY FURNISHED, LARGE, FRONT and side parlor; gas, bath and furnace heat; gentlemen only. 40 10th si S. WANTED—A SITUATfdN AS HOUSEKEEP er by a lady of 33 years; the best of ref erences furnished. Address Mrs. Emma George, 2510 Buchanan st NE. SITUATION WANTED~BY A neat AND experienced colored girl in private family. --1828 r>th ay S. . 53 storage' THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO. has unequaled facilities for moving and stor ing household goods; packing for storage and shipment Dy experienced men. Office, 46 South 3d st. ■ Telephones, Main 656, both exchanges. 54 STOVE REPAIRS '." GREAT WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO.. 312 Hennepin ay. Telephone. Main 161. t U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO.. £46 4TH AY S. Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. • WANTED MISCELLANEOUS CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods. Don't sell before getting estimate from the Town Market, 25-27 Cth st S. Tel. 1993. WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay cash for old goid or make into new jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay S. WE GIVE CHEAP RATES ON HOUSEHOLD goods to coast. Twin City Van Co., 6^ 4thstN. CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD! ' R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 Nicollet ay. WANTED—GOOD SECOND-HAND TYPE~ writer of standard make and recent design; must be cheap; state where can be seen. Ad dress G S9S. Journal. | ■' WANTED— SECOND-HAND SMALL OR ME dlum sized fireproof safe. Also 5V4 or 6-foot standing desk. American Mining Investment Co., 416 Andrus building. WANTED—SECOND-HAND ACETYLENE plant for cash. Address E. E. Huelster, Her man, Minn. • WANTED— BUY GOOD SECOND-HAND incubator cheap. Lindahl, 25 sth st S. Tel. 1993. Will buy good 2d-hand building, frame or brick; to be moved. 25 sth st S. WILL PAY $100 SPOT CASH FOR UPRIGHT piano; what have you? State maker's name, condition and particulars. Address W 93, care Dispatch, St Paul. /. 60 WANTED TO RENT WANTED—TO RENT A GOOD HOUSE AND barn for $10 or $12 per month. Address O 894, Journal. n WANTED—TO RENT A STOREROOM, 25x 100, with trackage privileges. S. A. Reed, 208 Century building. RESPONSIBLE WOMAN OP 35 WISHES A rooming house; will buy or manage for another. Address B 898, Journal. TO RENT— COTTAGE AT LAKE~MINNE- | tonka; answer, giving description, location, etc.; state whether barn in connection or near by. Address W 897, Journal. WANTED, BY MAR7CH~Io7~SMALL FLAT, or would take part of house with right party. Must be central. O 898, Journal. Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY; ALSO SUCCESS IN SELL ING SAME. T. J. JANNEY, 103 PHOENIX. WANTED—TO BUY LAND IN STEVENS." | Grant, Pope, Travel and Wilkin counties, Minnesota, and in Day, Roberts and Mar shall counties, South Dakota. Address V 88S, Journal. WANTED—HOUSE OF EIGHT OR NINE rooms, modern except heat, not over $2,000; terms, $20 per month. R 898, Journal. 63 MINES AND MINING. •*♦♦*•♦*•**• •*•♦*••*••*•-•*• •,**«**♦**♦♦*♦**♦* *♦**♦**♦**♦**♦**♦* •••*♦**♦**?• %*%•%*%• •^♦•^♦•, |( »», ( ,»» | f i-fvfiffff %•%•%♦%♦%♦%♦ %♦%♦%♦%• ♦!• UNION CONSOLIDATED MINING <♦ | ♦> COMPANY. *& ♦ '■-^>'»'"^ *> Don't fail to obtain some of these •> y shares while for a few days they are ♦*• V selling at half a cent each. • •*« ♦ V ' ~: -■ .;♦ ♦> Send for 32-page illustrated and ♦;♦ ♦!• descriptive publication. ■ ♦?« ♦ •> •> "The Temple," "Hornet," ♦> <• "Eagle-Lion," "Copper Shield," «J* •J» "Yellow Hammer," ■ , ♦;♦ <• "Fruit-Farm-Home," ♦•♦ •J» "Coal-Lead-Zinc," "Mountain Tunnel,' ♦*• ♦> "Silver Crown." '. - , ♦;♦ v ' ■■ti^i';'. ♦ •> Ten per cent per annum guaranteed •*• •;♦ in addition to regular dividends. <£• ♦> Adress the <♦ ♦ • •;• NATIONAL MINING PROMOTION ♦;♦ ♦:♦ COMPANY, .> »> •> ♦!• Fourth floor, Andrus building, ♦;» V Minneapolis, Minn. •> <«.../- i. ■■:. -.-, -■ . .■ - - .. <. •X~X* »:»»>«:*♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦>♦♦♦♦♦ ***<• OIL. OIL. OIL. OIL. O Only 200 shares left of the incorpora- O I rators 1 stock of the White Star Oil I L Co.'s properties in famous; Kern - dis- L trict, at 15c per share. Ground : floor O price. Derrick on property drilling for .0 I oil. Sure, quick dividends assured. I L Particulars, C. L. Bauman, Andrus L building, Minneapolis. OIL. OIL. OIL. OIL. , NUMBER Continued. •••••••••••••••••••••••A** • GOLD! GOLD!! GOLD!!! ' • • Mining Engineer from Minneapolis, • • with crew of men, will soon have our • i • mine In. readiness for' the stamp • • mill. ■'.;'-* ' ■ • ■'■ • In a shaft 360 feet deep, the Vein • • is sixty feet wide and very rich. • • ~ Have seven other veins and a inoun- • • taiu of '"sugar" quartz. , , » • _ Largest ore body on. this contl- • • nent. '*' ■ • Stock sold now only for purchase • • of additional machinery. As soon as • • this fund is raised, no further sales • • will be made. ..-;.; #|5 • Stock has advanced to 4»4 cents per • • share, ash, and to 6 cents per share on • • the installment plan, payable in IS • • monthly installments. ■ . • • Stock, $1.00 par value, now offered » • for short period at 4l cents per share. • • cash, and 6 cents per share, install- • • mem plan. » • ,•,..-, -.;<•,,:#!:■';: • DIVIDEND PAYER, SURE,,BEFORE • • AUTUMN. -' • • AUTUMN. - * • Address: + • ASH RAPIDS GOLD MINING CO., • • Sixth Floor, Andrus Building, ♦' • . MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. • • ./.. r • Remit only by draft, express or •♦' • postal order to the President E T. • • Le Clair. # II : ■■■ :t • • ♦' A £. (l , 'S* I'rivate Stock. If : * £i, "if ' v For I'rlces, M fj« > V A i E B Address & XI I: SUfSJI OTTO MTJNBON, II \ v Sir") \r P f1 *1 E Bank Commerce, <« ■xisv)yJXv^iL - Minneapolis. Minn. <& ♦>♦•>♦> ♦♦♦•x* ♦><•♦♦♦♦ ****** ♦♦•:-:• ♦!♦ GREAT SMELTER SALE. *, ♦!• "QUEEN BEE." % ♦ . "BOUNDARY CAMP," A X * V "KETTLE-CURLEW," •> V ■''''■'' 1-» '' *•• y Don't fail to obtain particulars of •> V our Great Smelter Sale of these shares. •;• y Ten per cent per annum in addition ♦♦• V to regular dividends guaranteed. .*. %* ♦ ♦> Send for 32-page illustrated and de- * V seriptlve catalogue. ' .> * * AMERICAN MINING INVESTMENT X V COMPANY, A ♦♦* Fourljh floor, the Andrus building, A y Fourth floor, the Andrus building, ♦> V Minneapolis, Minn. •> V++******.****** *********% "JERICHO," ~ " STAMP MILL BOUGHT. 1,200 tons ore mined; more in sight. 1,500, --000 shares, 750,000 treasury stock; a limited amount now, 10 cents a share; $100. 1.000: $1,000 for 10,000 shares. GET INTO A GOLD MINE. i( Send for prospectus and latest report on "JERICHO." CHARLES F. POTTER & CO., "Investment Brokers," ; 425 Ist aT X. 88S88888K!8Si888SS88S888SSES^»88888S8888»S *• - f,t 88 IP YOU GET IN ON THE GROUND 82 88 FLOOR WITH US YOU WON'T FIND xS 88 ANY ONE IN THE CELLAR. „ jj, ?• ' ' 5« ?2 We own Silver Peak mountain, in Jj 8S eastern Oregon. • Tunnel now in 125 % 88 feet, working day and night crews; ex- Zi 51 pect to strike it rich any day. To com- J2 88 plete the tunnel and erect a stamp g< 88 mill, will sell stock until March 15 at. Si 51 the fololwing prices: • ■ j^ *• ■ •'. Si 88 ALL CASH DOWN, Do per share; par 82 *, ' value, $1; full paid and non-assess- Si *. able. -5^ 88 100 shares $5.00 Si 8* 500 shares ;... 25.00 Si 188 1,000 shares 45.00 Si 88 2,000 shares 85.00 Si Si 5,000 shares ...200.00 88 Si 10,000 shares , ....400.00 Si Si INSTALLMENT PLAN. j| . jSi 7 cents per share; 1,000 " shares, $2 Si •, , down and $2 per montn until paid S i Bjj -total, $70. Zi 88 3,000 shares, $5 down, $5 a month until Si Si pai-i—total, $210. ;| Si 5,000 shares, $7 down, $7 per month Si Si until paid—total, $350. fi 88 10,000 shares, $12 down, $12 a month Si 88 until paid—total, $700. *2 88 « Si Address- all communications and 82 88 make all checks, drafts, money orders, *i 88 etc., payable to the ■;..• .. «j Si . • zi : & INTERSTATE GOLD MINING CO., *i Si Boston Block, *2 Si MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. • 82 %888^8jS8 BSS£g2^SSSSS2 8888888288528 ggSSSS^II FOR SALE—SO SHARES FOR $45 ("SSO~PUR -1 chase price), Alaskan Consolidated Co.; owns I $12,000,000 placer and quartz claims at Nome. Enormous dividends certain. Need money. i Address C 895, Journal. • ' ■ DOUBLE YOUR~CAPITAL IN 30 DAYS BT. Investing in the Air Funnel Equipment company. The test just given , tha I Air vs. Ice System as devised by Clark Bal | com has proven that all perishable vegetables I can be picked ripe in the southern states and, I shipped north to be enjoyed by hundreds. Now: ! the thousands of bushels of fruit that load t'ha . trees and cover the ground of the large or chards of the south will be enjoyed by the northern people at reasonable prices. Bat com's device does away with the cost of ice. .A few shares of stock for sale at $65, par valua $100. Annual dividends at least 23 per cent. E. R. Gilman, general agent, office 70 Syndi cate block, Minneapolis. • "• ■- ■- • ■;.■• COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA. . " IN IS9O, REV. C. S. DUNN invested $500 la 1,000 shares Consolidated Iron stock. His widow just sold for $82,000. IN 1890. W. A. I Clark bought 160.000 shares United Verde . j copper stock for $160,000. He' 'has been of ! fered $64,000,000 for It and refuged. He has bought large blocks since 1890. Refused re cently $90,000,000.. ■ ' INVEST in Copper Crown of Arizona. We are in good ground. We are crowding development. We have no salaried officers. , We own our 12 mines. Buy 1,000 shares for $180; 10,000 shares fop $1,800; 100 shares for $18. As it looks now, ; May 1 you will have to pay $25 for $100 shares I Copper Crown stock. Send for Copper Crown prospectus and last report. : . C. F. POTTER, JR., Secretary, 425 Ist ay W. i GREAT REPUBLIC MINING STOCK—I ! will pay 2%c for a few thousand shares of this stock. N 898. Journal. ' • MOVING AND STORAGE SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN ery moved; household goods moved and stored ■ or packed for shipment ■by expert packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d st 8. Telephone Main C 56. both companies. ' @6 DETECTIVE AGENCIES" DETECTIVE WORK, ALL BRANCHES; SB i cret service inquiry, shadowing; best refer i ences. S. J. McNulty, mgr.. 203-10 Kaaota blk. 67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES" IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO Machinery—Largest stock In th« Northwest. Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d st, Mpls. 15