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WANT ADS ON PAGES IS, 16. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary C- Dyer • to Albert Hickman; lot _ 16,' block 9- Menage's supplement.... $500 William H. Hill and wife to Ellef Nelson; 'lot 9, block 2. I. H. Ed •"■ wn?. nd'8 addition - • 6100 William 6. Hunklnß and wif j to Frank MeA. Boyd; lot 10 and part lot 11, block 2, McCrory's rearrangement...,. 800 Anna C. Hamlln et al. to Dasie S. Mitchell; lots 10, 11, 12 and IS. block 4. Mound .Bay Park 500 James Collier and wife to Albert Hick man; part lots 14 and 15, block 19, Menage's supplement 760 William, M. Dodge and wife lo Hattie E^telle; in section township 120 range JO. ...:. . goo Esther B. Stelle to George H. Keith; • lot SI, block 5, first division Rem ington Park.:.... 250 Peter Blesi and wife to Henry Hlesfc : in 1 section 36, township 120. range 22.. 500 Jacob J. Butler to William J. and Martin H. Gavin; in section 28, town snip 19, range 2.000 Ferdinand Kreofsky and wife to Helen V. Detntng; lot 5, blo#k 31. Wilson's rearrangement .7 .. 250 D. P. Jones and ' wife to Joseph" L. "'' . B«sry; lot 6, Wells' addition 2,600 C. E. Cook (executor) et al. to George W. Goosman; lot 3. block 29, Snyder Tr ' & Co.'s first addition 4,800 Frank F. Mathews and wife to Jean- E. " < . Hobart; in section 32* township 117, range. "23 ■; ? gat Mechanics' and Worklngmens*. Loan md Building association to Ida P. S*;.--Olson; lot 12, block 17. Baker's fourth addition '. 235 E. F. Mearkle (executor) et al. to Dasie . 5. Mitchell; lots 10, 11, 12 and 13. block 4, Mound Bay Park ; 100 Andrew J. McLeod and wife to John IC. Berry; part lot 1, block 6, first di vision Remington Park : 600 James O. Wilson to Bridget E. Mullen; lots 21 and 22, block 11, Ramsey, Lockwood & Others' addition '.. 300 S. H. Randall and wife to John W. and +$' Marie C. Rohlen; lot S. block 10, . Morrison & Lovejoy's addition SOO Orlando Styner and . wife to -J. W. Peterson; in section 25, township IIS, range 24 .,.........*. .....623 Minnie D. Stowe- and husband to Laura P. Swan; lots 21 and 22, block 4, Lyn dale Heights addition. 200 Michael McCormick and wife to Reuben . j R. George; lot 18, block 4, Zumbra I Heights -. ...'.-. : 300 Five minor deeds 34 Total, twenty-six deeds '. $23,544 Deaths. Volney O. Barbour, 2805 3d ay S, 58 years. Lena Anderson, CO9 nth ay S, 40 years. Amalia Hoppe, 2525 E 25th st, years. Patrick Dorsey. city hospital. 48 years:- Catherine Haggerty, 1406 E 21st st, 62 years. James O'Connell, 5 9th st N. 35 years. Aflele Blanchette, 520 2d st NE, 17" years ' Bridget Croniu, 1909 3d st NE. 75 years. Murriag-c Lioenses. Rowland Fred Walter, Crow Wing county • an€ Gertrude Fox. Robert Cummins and Han Sena Haroldson. Theodore A. R. Elle and Anna Nilsen. Charles Berger and May Holleek. 8 Henry F. Froost and Marion H. McClelland. John McCormick. Orange county, New York, and Jeanette McCormick. Theophllus Patnode and Lillian Dupont. Charles J. Johnson and Ada C. Anderson. Olof A. Moberg and Alma E. Ogvist. John Murlowski and Mathilda Cebulla. Carl R. Sievers and Mary A. Buerfening. Frank L. Kluckholm, Ramsey county, and Lillian, F. Dodson. . William F. Dolphin and Margarita La Velle. i Irwin P. Jones and Christine F. Gordon. Carl O. Berger and Githa A. Kliven. Charles H. Freeman, Jr., and Elizabeth R. Bonn. 1 AGENTS WANTED AGENTS MAKE $100 TO $150 PER MONTH Belling our $25 Soda Fountains. Write to *»£ Myers Mfg. Co.^Clncinnati.Ohio. AGENTS WANTED—EVERYWHERE, TO handle latest and best-selling novelties; also Staple goods of all kinds. The Solicitors' Exchange, 40 Dearborn st, Chicago, 111. 2 I ANNOUNCEMENTS ~ TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD. CONN., May 25th, 1901.—Examinations for admission to the Freshman Class wilt be held at the offices of C. E. Purdy, 838 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Thursday, Friday dud Saturday, June "Oth, 21st and 22d. i 5 BUSINESS PERSONALS NOW IS THE TIME TO OPERATE IN stocks, grain and 1, provisions. We feel that •we.can make you some money. Call and see us and investigate. The Geo. H. Dodge Co., 220 3d st S. ■ BUSINESS CHANCES"" WE HAVE SOME ATTRACTIVE OPENINGS In banking, mercantile, manufacturing and professional lines in growing sections of the country. We can sell your business. Look us up. Odlum-Kurtzman Co.. Phoenix bldg. NOW IS THE TIME. TO OPERATE IN Blocks, grain and provisions. We feel that ■we can make you some money. Call and see us and investigate. The Geo. H. Dodge Co.. 220 3d st.S. ' , ; YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY judicious, systematic operations on.the wheat market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents. Send lor our free book, "Facts and Figures,"' explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Commerce. ' FOR SALE—GOOD CLEAN STOCK OF general merchandise in one of the best coun try towns in southern Minnesota. Will in -1 oke about $3,3u0. Will either sell or rent store buildings. Would consider improved farm at right price. Reason for selling. Good established trade. A 1020. Journal. FOR SALE OR TRADE—f HAVE A GOOD, clean stock of shoes, 574 cost me $1,208, which I will trade for good, clear real estate. Write me what you have to trade. Address L L. Lostutter, Iroquois, S. 1). DO. YOU WANT A "GOOD INVESTMENT? ' We can offer, for a few days only, about 125,000, .10 per cent, dividend paying stock, guaranteed. In amounts from $500 up. In vestigate. Address X 1022", Journal. ; i;j ; HARDWARE AND implement BUSINESS for sale In a live North Dakota town;: goo.l salable stock; approximate value of builaing and stock, $7,000; will take farm land or good ■ papers as part payment; i balance cash. G .1022, Journal. WANTED— RESIDENT PARTNER FOR Minneapolis In an established business; must have at least $500.. Address F. B. W., care Kendall European Hotel, St. Paul. PUTS AND CALLS BOUGHf*AND the grain market at 220 3d st S. Call in and investigate; an opportunity ' to. make money on small investments. , I AM OFFERING better terms to parties desiring to build than can be secured from any other source In the city. I. A. Yarnell 517 Ist ay S. HOW TO MAKE MONEY, " Our new book, just issued, tells you how to make from $5 to |2<) per day with a small Investment in grain cr stocks. Your name on a postal card will bring it free. Write to-day. THE <^OE COMMISSION COMPANY, Bank of Commerce Building. Minneapolis. Minn. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY ON small investments, join one of our pools, on grain, stocks or provisions. Investigate. The George H. Dodge Co., 220 3d st S. CAPITAL WANTED^IN~THE GRAIN AND stock business. Best opportunity every of- ! fared for large and profitable business. 'More ; capital needed. Investigate at once. Ad dress H 1022, Journal. FOR SALE—LIGHT GROCERY AND CON fection-cry; good location. 629 Plymouth ay N. GENTLEMAN, WHO HAS 20 YEARS' EX perience in banking and real estate, wants position of responsibility. Not afraid of work. Best of references as to character, and ability. O 1024, Journal: WANTED—FOR G"OOD~FARM, A HOTEL in a good town and well located. J. A. Wal terß_A_Co., New^ York_Life building. MORE THAN $3,500 YEARLY PROFITS shown; light manufacturing, combined with office business: best city references; posi tively honorable and susceptible of large in creage; $1,060 required. N 1019, Journal. M. H. V. YOUNG, PROMOTER~AND STOCK company organizer; building-loan a specialty: years of experience; best of reference. 656 Temple Court. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, $7,500 STOCK general merchandise; want half cash; balance [Innesota land. Box 98, Wilder, Minn. 7~ BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol liater. 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of the nothwest. Exclusive specialist. 8 bicycles; JOHNSON'S GUARANTEED TIRE. $2.50; Goodrich unguaranteed, $1.50; Diamond carriage tires, $8 • up; new guaranteed bicycles, $20 to $35; second-hand, $5 up; aLso bought and exchanged; first-class repairing. J. N. Johnson Co., 915 Nicollet ay. 9 HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. HOT WEATHER NECESSI TIES AT CUT PRICES. REFRIGERATORS, ICE BOX ES, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, ETC. Two-quart Pearl Ice Cream < Freezer, $1.50. < Ice Boxes. $5.92; Refrigera- ,< tors, $0 up. < Our Hardwire stands hard wear and we've got anything you want, from a teupenny nail to a derrick. Cutlery, Tools,, Kitchen Fur nishings. W. K. MORISON & CO., 247-IMH Nii'ollet Avenue. i •:->•>♦♦:• •>♦>♦>♦♦♦ ♦:-:«;♦♦:♦♦♦ ♦:«:•♦>♦:• ; ♦. ♦ ♦:• ♦> yw<* »:**x**x» «:♦♦»:**>♦♦ »>♦♦♦♦♦ ♦»:*»>*;* 10 BOARD AND ROOMS \ 010 STH ST S—NICELY FURNISHED looms, with first-class board; house modern. Telephone Main 2466 L-4. "~ ' W ■'- ■ ' • LARGE, WELL FURNISHED ROOM~FOR two; location and the grounds the best In the city. 36 13th st S, between Hennepin and Nicollet. V - * - PLEASANT ROOM. WITH GOOD HOME table and summer prices. 512 7th st S. MODERN, NICELY ~FURNISHED~ ROOMS? with or without board; one single room. No SOS 4th ay S. : - - ; WILL GIVE LADY OR GENTLEMAN three months' room and board, in all modern house, walking distance, for $25 in advance; good references. Answer, immediately. A 1025, Journal. . '. -; ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM, WITH AL cove, nicely furnished. '■-'. Also two single rooms; desirable location. 124 E 14th st. 121- boarlTwanted" ~~ GENTLEMAN WANTS FURNISHED ROOM, I with bath and board in private family; please | give full.particulars and price. R 1024, Jour i nal. ; , , ' . ; ' : ■■ .: . .-.,,--;■- ; BOARD AND ROOM BY MA X ~ AND WIFE in private family; desire front room and al cove, if possible; walking distance. Address X 1024, Journal. WANTED—BY RESPECTABLE WORKING man, good room and board in a quiet private family; live minutes' walk from Berkeley Hotel. C 1025, Journal. ' 13____J_cows^ IF YOU HAVE YOUNG CALVES TO SELL, 1 pay the highest price. Call or write E. Lepage, 305 sth st S. Room head stairs, after 11 p. it. FRESH JERSEY COW FOR SALE, milker; call at store. University and Crom well, St. Anthony. Park. _^ 14 CLAIRVOYANTS MRS. MANEWELL, medium; readings daily; hours from 10 to 5. 020 1/.; Nicollet, room 14. IQ DYEING AND CLEANING 8 NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 8 0 your clothing and all household goods a & French dry cleaned, and A. Hornung's ft Q Minneapolis Dye House is the largest « 0 and only reliable place in the north- p 0 west. Offices, 522 Nicollet. near 6th st. o p Tel. 3186 J2 main, and 242 Nicollet. o 0 near Washington ay. Tel. 510 main. o TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol let. Telephone 1576. WE WANT YOU. ALL TO KNOW—THE" Pantorium is still at the old stand," 925-927< Nicollet. Dyeing and French dry gleaning, clothing, etc., by our process. We use "Mineraline" exclusively in dry cleaning, '< which leaves no odor. Out of town work so- j licited. Send for catalogue. Waldron &1 Crockett. Minneapolis, Minn. > 1 9 : .-.FINANCIAL* V WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY to loan at 5 per. cent on choice residence property. Thorpe Bros.. 2oS Hennepin ay. . - 4V* TO 6 PER CENT MONEY~WiTH*"THE" "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved Drouerty in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. NewDsrt. 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th si S. Minneapolis. ' aY LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R. D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building. MONEY TO LOAN; EA"sY TERMS; LOW* rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Oneida building. MONEY LOANED at 4& to 6 per cent, net. Sawyer & Beteher, 407 Phoenix. $100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM property; low interest. Barnes Bros. 104 S 4th. A BIG SNAP FOR~s6TIE~BODY~IF TAKEN at once, two $500 gilt edge gold bonds on a New York corporation of high standing,, .secured »>y first mortgage, drawing Interest at 5 per cent; payable semi-annuaily; don't write unless you mean business. - Address Ex., Kasson, Minn. 7 ■ MINNEAPOLIS MONEY ON HANI) "FOR real estate loans. No delay; no red tape. Building loans a specialty. E. D. Brown, 738 Lumber Exchange. WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN on Minneapo lis real estate with on or before privileges; iates,_4ii !^s,_ol _T LJ A. Jainiesou, zi'i Nicollet. 1500 TO %2,090' TO LOAN ON IMPROVED i ity property ut 6 per cent G. T. Halbert, 502 Guaranty building. 1 AM OFFERING* better terms to parties desiring to build than can be secured from any other source in the city. I. A. Yarnell 511 Ist ay S. WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE DRAWING a salary; we ask only their plain note with out mortgage or lndorser;. you make', pay ments to suit your .convenience. ..American Credit Co., room 525, Guaranty building. * MONEY TO LOAN SALAKISu K. pie.— are prepared to loan reason- t% tf. able amounts to salaried people hold- *» ! %X. ing steady positions with responsible *£ iK concerns, on easy weekly or monthly &£ |i& payments, We conduct our business te X strictly confidential. Lowes; rates .-nd » ;81 fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, *• 1 R Bank of Commerce building. r .- M SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON Plata note*, witljout security. Easier partial payments. Lower rates. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block, 256 Hennepiu ay. Walk up one flight. QUICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, SAME DAY A3 APPLICATION," On your own name without security or in dorser; payment payable to suit yourself. Those who contemplate borrowing can be as sured of the conbdential treatment that ail persons of refinement and pride feel is esaea uon in matters of this nature. Our offices are so arranged that you do not com* in con tact with other applicants, and you can be waited on privately and quickly. X'KIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY. 001-602 Globe building. MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE with steady positions iB good concerns, on their own names; no security; easy payments. Tolman, 920 New York Life building. CONFIDENTIAL LOA^S To salaried people on their plain notes. No mortgage or iudorser. We guarantee lowest rates and easiest payments. You get the full amount asked for; no rate juggling to "mix up" those not up in mathematics. Minne apolis Financial Co., second Hoor, room 206, New York Life building. 20 F°R SALE—MISCELLANEOUS FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE advertising under this he_d. De sure and call for them when_you^ leave the ad. MUST BE SQLD: FOURrHORSE-POW er gasolene engfne, in first-class condition; cheap fer cash. W. C. Thornhlll, 70« E Lake st. OOLFAX MINERAL WATER Will permanently r.ure constipation. We guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case. The Glenwood-Inglewojd Co., oU! Heunepin. PASTRY OVENS~STEAM TABLES,~~COF~ fee urns, hotel ranges; tin., copper and sheet iron work or all kinds; retiming. Tel. 161. Great Western Stove Repair Co., 312 Hen, ay. MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR moss, Jl.oO; oihers $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Rainviile Bros., manufactur ers, 17 Nicollet Island. Both phones. TENTS, AWNINGS. DUCK ANITcbVERsT AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO., 135-127-12$J.s^aY_N,_Minneapolis. MILKMENVYOU. CAN SAVE MONEY BY using our ground screenings. We make the best. Now Is the time to contract with us at a very low price for June and July delivery. Call at the Gee Mill, 112 Polk at NE. We buy and sell all kinds of grain and feed by the I car load, ton or 100 pounds. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. 20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS Continued. SPECIAL SALE § TOWN MARKET. '£* - «''■■• - ' / ''■' ■ ' '" C(- The place where homes may -be £f made happy simply, by buying your D wife, mother or sister a • comfortable S cobbler-seat oak rocker for $2, and to Q increase your-happiness buy 1 yourself D a comfortable library ' chair for . your Q library for $3.50, and to make all con- $ corned happy, buy >, a handsome oak O tl»ree-plece bedroom v suit for $12.50, w Q an elegant woven wire ' spring •' to fit O for only $1.50, an excelsior cotton top t> mattress to fit same for only $1.90; o bedroom , rocker for $1.28, fine bed- O room chair for 85 cents, - a pair of o fine; large pillows for $1.60. If you S cannot perfect their happiness by buy- Q Ing these articles for > them, bring <$ them in with you and let them select . O them themselves. v cj; / .:;•■-' £ Bring your friends and let them 0 buy while the TOWN MARKET holds £> out the most remarkable bargains ever £>! offered in Minneapolis. Just think;.<► we have a highly polished round solid 0 oak , extension table for only $8.25 o worth just $12 elsewhere. • ■■.'.« Handsome box-seat chairs.to match <"V for only $1.90. ;.v Vv ■ -j^ YOUR PARLOR, « YOUR DINING-ROOM, X YOUR LIBRARY, . X YOUR BEDROOM, -feSo ■ C YOUR KITCHEN, - $ Can all ;be filled at the TOWN : O j MARKET. - £ Cook Stoves, $4. Kitchen Chairs, 43c. O Kitchen Table, $1. . v ; ?j: 0 Oil cloth, 25 cenits per yard, and 0 everything else you need for very lit- 0 tie money. Whan the TOWN MAR- 0 KKT furnishes your home you - have 0 the happiest little spot on earth,. for 0 you can get just what you . want. 0 Price is no object. Come and see. 0 Town Market is the place, where you 0 can buy the BETTER grade of sec- 0 ond-hand furniture at about half the 0 first cost. Get married, and when S you do, buy your house furnishings at S the Town Market and save 25 per 0 cent on your purchase. Don't get 0 divorced, but if you do, /sell your 0 goods to the Town Market and get 0 25 per cent more than others will 0 give you. , £ We have made considerable changes 0 In the last few weeks. You will find 0 gentlemenaly and courteous salesmen 0 that will give you their attention to 0 wait on you. . ." 0 Don't overlook us when you wish to 0 buy or sell Household Goods. 0 TOWN MARKET FURNITURE' CO., 0 ■'•'..... P J. T. Ranger, Mgr., -". '■' ' 0 ' .:;/" Q 25 and 27 Fifth st S. 0 |QKBCKKKBXnQ6CBK* O.o.OO'^oOooooa WOOD, dry, $1.75; 2 loads $2.75; green," $1 up. Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Pnone 717 J2. PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HlGH grade hose, screen doors, paints aad oils. J. H. Smith, 214-216 Herinepln ay. CLARE-SPEAKER HOUSE~~PAIXTS, $1 per gallon. PEOPLE'S PAINT STORE. GlO IST AY S. PIANOS"—COLBY UPRIGHT, $ICS;"CHASE7 upright, $125; Behr Bros., price new $400, now $275; Ariou upright, $100; Gabler upright, $150; two square pianos, $25 and $50: new pianos for rent, $3.50 and $4 a month; one year's itutal allowed if purchased. Foster & Waldo, 405 th st S, corner Nicollet. FOR SALE—LIPPINCOTT ~SODA ~FOUN~ tain, 20 syrups, double box. large mirror; all in good order. Will sell at a bargain. Ad dress_B 1023, Journal. $125 buys Buffett bassoon, complete, with ease ;_cost $325. Max Kohen, 327 Wash, ay S.. GREAT" BARGAINS—2SO~FEET SHELVINGS, show cases, counters, coffee mill, scales, flat, standing and roll-top desks, soda fountain, (ash register and large size Diebold safe. 223 3d st S. | HIGH GRADE SMITH AMERICAN ORGANT cost $125, for $35 Snap if taken at once. B. Bank's loan office, 321 Washington ay S. MUST BE "SOLD "THURSDAY, f66~""NEW drop-head Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, $25; Singer, $12.50. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. • FOR SALE—THOROUGHBRED IRISH SET ter puppies. -410 4th st N. Call 5 to 8 p. m, 12 5-FOOT, SBCOND-HAKD, ENAMELED iron bathtubs at a very low price. Imjuire janitor Normandy flats, 14th st and Nicollet. O^XM50000000Cw5O0iO^W3^0O<>rOO:; 0 MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO., 0 Wholesale and Retail Stationers", 406 0 Hennepin ay', Minneapolis, Minn.'• ■ 0 Letter Copying Books,- Typewriter O Ribbons and Papers, Carbon Papers, ■p ,Pens and Ink, Typewriters' (new and 0 second-hand). SPECIAL ATTEN -0 TION TO SMALL ORDERS;. MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS and markers, cheap. H. Xeisiiigh 650 Polk st NE. THE HERRICK HAS THE GREATEST amount or' storage space of any refrigerator jof equal slze^ See them at 7th and Hennepin. I the best plXce"in~thel:ity tTTbuy ! paints. Every gallon guaranteed strictly , pure. Wm. Simms" Hardware, 411 14th ay j SE. i shcond-ha!<ld~store"fixtures"—"500 I showcases, counters, wall cases, iceboxes, re j frigerators, all sizes cash registers, scales, I oil tanks, coffee mills, soda fountains, saloon i and restaurant outfits, office furniture, safes, butcher supplies, barber chairs, pianos. $20; ! organs, $2o; 1,000 stoves, $1 up; wagons, car riages, etc. 1027 Washington ay S. FOR SALE—IRISH SETTTER PUPS^ i whelped April 20: Dam Finglas' Bess, \. X I C. S. 8., 40086; Sire, Pharaoh N. W., Cham pion, St. Paul, 190 d. 1347 Perm ay N. A J Smith. PIANO FOR RENT—GOC)DII*P^rGHT, WITH cover, for lake or town; $2.50 per mouth Telephoned 2807 L-l. 808 Nj^ollet. iSINGER SEWING MACHINE. ~FOUR~ ; drawer, and all attachments; this is a bar- j I gain; will sell very cheap. 1604 Chicago ay. ' \ FOR~SALE—THREE-HORSE POWER GAS- j olene engine, 10-gallon freezer, cans, tubs, ! etc. Address 2615 Columbus ay, city. WALL PAPER, INGRAINS, 6c: AND~UP per roll; blanks, 3c, sc, 6c and 8c; it will j pay you to get our estimate on decorating. A. H. Ranney, 18 4th st S. " ; FOR~~SALE—BARRED PLYMOUTH~RO~CK I eggs. 50c per setting: also incubator; will i exchange for wheel or gasolene stove. 263S i 14th ay S. FOR RENT FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE advertising under this head. Be sure and call for them when you leave the ad. McCUKDY i Kents house*, i Taking cure & CO., 2JJ J. ttats, stores, Vof property Temple Court. < sells real estate. \ a specialty. List your property for tale or rent. ALTERATIONS FOR HOUSES AND stores, porches screened, carpenter -work. Lan.n_as, 423 2d ay S. FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED, strictly modern house; in good neighborhood 1606 2d ay S. | FOR RENT, 1416 STH AY S, MODERN 10 --rooriis, !n good condition; walking distance: will make special inducement for good ten ant. Telephoae Main 91, or call on O. M. Laraway &. Son. 100 Bank Commerce bldg". I $10 PER JCONTH—SIX-ROOWL HQUSEr~IN first-class repair; large stone cellar; large shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink and well. W. D. Washburii, Jr., 300 Guar. J3ldg. 503 9TH ST S—EIGHT^ROOMSTTrRANGED for two families C. H. NeiJl, 10 3d st. S. ! FOR RENT—MEDIUM-SIZED MODERN j house, reasonable, fine location, large lawn. shade trees, barn; immediate possession Cvii 2401 ]."t ."■■■ S. _____ ; 22 FURNISHED HOUSES ! FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT UNTIL ! Sept. 1. Will give possession immediately j Facing Loring park; completely furnished' ! adults preferred. Call at 108 Willow st or ! telephone M 2763 J-2. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED HOME] MOST desirable part of city; June 10 until Septem ber; thoroughly modern. S. H. Findley 517 Andrus building. . ' FURNISHKD~HOUSE—WHOLE OR PTRT~ ' till Sept. 1. 609 oth st SE. I FOR RENT—A SEVEN-ROOM COf"TAGE~ well furnished throughout and located on the shore of beautiful lake; write to W. N« Wood ; worth, Osakis. Minn. FURNISHED HOUSK FOR THE SUMMER— The handsome house at 2005 3d ay S com l.letely furnished; very low rental from June 1 to Sept. 15, 1901: grounds kept up by the owner. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida bldg. six-room fur~nisThed houseT~eight"h ward, gas, city water, gas stove connected piano; rent from June 10 to Sept. 10 for $20 per month to small family without children Haynea Cycle Co., 627 Ist ay S. NEATLY FURNISHED, LARGE, COOL room for light housekeeping or lodging, in all modern house; bath in connection; no chil dren. 1021 Ist ay N. 03 FURNISHED ROOMS LARGE, PLEASANT, FURNISHED ROOM , suitable for two; on car line, 2512 Nicollet! | ■'■• - FOR RENT ":"'"V•' ;.; ■ : , v . Continued. , NICELY FURNISHED SIDE ROOM; LARGE closet;'modern;'location, good; second floor 1302 7th at S. -" '•"-• ■■"•'■"•■ '-4 • ?u :^..- --'three NICE ROOMS. ■ modern " FUR-" nished; single or together; two small rooms, $5 <«ach/ can have kitchen.; no E 14th st. •"• ROOM tfor~rent~furnished~or~ VN~ furnished; desirable location; near library Inquire 1210 Yale place. ' - , ; NEWLY _ FURNISHED, CHEERFUI~COZV rooms; telephone, hot water heat, bath,"gas, sanitary plumbing; walking distance. 6ti 11th st S._ '■'- *■ -.- _ •-;;■ j ELEGANT FRONT BEDROOM7VITH~PAR lor, very cheap; • board If desired; call and I te convinced. . Address 1119 ,id ay S. I NICELY; FURNISHED ROOM,~ VERY~CEN ;<traI; $8; also lady employed to share suite .of rooms. 728 N'TVollet, flat 6. : ! VERY PLEASANT "ROOM," MC)DERN~DE ! tached house; gas, bath, steam heat, tele-; ! phone; private family; desirable location 1344 Ist ay S. •-■•.■■- . ' .-, :■ . •■.•.'.•,„;.•■; ■■.':,■• I HANDSOMELY FURNISHED FRONT AL ; cove room. In most desirable part of city; I detached house, entirely modern, easy walk- I ing distance to business center. ' Address 0 ) 1018, Journal. *• - . ' ".. . Tl i H ROOM SUITE, FURNISHED; kitchen, gas, bath, toilet; central; references. Telephone M.2807 L-l.: 808 Nicollet. -,'- '~v. FOR RENT-TO A LADY, O~NE LARGE, light room or one side room; modern house, I facing Loring park; best locations/ 156? Hennepin_av, near Harmon place. . 5- \ ' ■ lamar "European hotel— ly furnished rooms, by the day, week or month. 719-721 3d st S, Minneapolis, Minn, j I 04 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT—FOUR MODERN ROOMS, ON first floor, including use of cellar, bathroom, pantry and attic. Adults only. 1326 Bth st SE. FOR RENT—FIVE UNFURNISHED" ROOMS, I all modern. .2425 10th ay S. .."i,,. 05 UNFURNISHED FLATS j MODERN, FIVE-ROOM, FLAT, 332 E ISTH st, second floor. Apply Frank Miller. ! ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS THOROUGH" I ly modern, 730-736 E 18th st; rent $27 and I $3.0. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life building. '■■:: ■ . ; SIX-ROOM," MODERN FLAT; HARDWOOD ! floors; $27.50. W. W. Clark, 313."Nicollet ay. SEVEN-ROOM FLAT, FIRST-CLASS, 337 E 16th st, Cordova, $30. See janitor. , I ?i¥— FOUR-LAR"GE-ROOM rFLAT, ". CITY water, sink, private entrance; also three room suite, $7; walking distance. 704 6th st S. 2g FURNISHED FLATS ; ELEGANT ' SECOND STORY FURNISHED i flat, all modern. Long, 11 E 17th st. : FOR RENT—FOR SUMMER, FIVE-ROOM ; furnished flat, strictly modern; two bed- I rooms and bath; very reasonable. 1613 Clin- I ton ay. flat IS. 127 OFFICES . ; . ■ I OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO ! $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. • Inquire 1 room la. _^__ j .Oj KASOTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY » j $ and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam 8 Q heated; tirst-class service. Walter L. Q I & Badger,-110 Kasota block, or 217 New 8 Q. York Life building. , X yu .: stores . ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY i FOR RUNT., THORPE BROS., 258 HENN AY. ' SECOND FLOOR, BEAL BUILDING 32" ; Hennepin, 24x90; splendid light; elegant en trance; superior elevator service; steam heat: central location. . S. H. Fiudley 517 Andrus building. *,-.■. .-. ■■ ■, .■■ ' ' |31 HELP WANTED—MALE WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, $1; \varrmited_one__year._ Paegel's, 22 od st S. SUITS SPONGED, pressed you wait 50c. Starr Steam Cleaning House. 622 Hen. ! SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED 60c 7 ; pants recut into style or bicycle pan:s, 75c j suits steam cleaned and »pressed $1 \n- I throy.Uhe Tailor, 119 j Washington 'ay N." i IN CREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING~ABI£^ ity ' Dy attending the Minnesota School of : Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P.O. : GLASSES EXCHANGED, Mondays and Tues ; . days,, at Free Eye Dispensary, 225 Hennepin. I GET your shoes repaired at the WidFXwaka i Shoe Shop;: 709 Hennepin ay. Men's half j soles. 50a;. men's sewed soles, 75c; Q'Sullivan rubber heels, 5,0 c; Work done while.you wait. . WANTED—HARNESS"TTT M XKEIErs7 FIRSf" --; class, for fine harness; permanent position i for good workmen; largest and best equipped factory in United States".-',. WyethHdw. and Mfg. Co., St. Joseph, Mo. . " •;-,-■ ' -\ : blacksmith"wax.ted. ,- ' •-< ••-. ' . ■■■■ P. BALGARD, Rosebud, S. D. j WANTED—A I-" DRAUGHTSMAN AND EN- I gineer: one experienced in designing factory : buildings. Apply, with references, Cleveland ; Cliffs Iron Company, Gladstone, Mich. . . ' I WE ARE?I6fFERING~SPECIAL7iNDUCE^ ; ments to live, energetic workers to handle a I staple line of household necessities in this | city arid in . outside towns. We, want none ] but earnest, pushing people, and to such 1 can offer paying employment. For particu | lars _ apply to J._P. Grotty & Co.. 507 2d ay S. ANY PERSON WHO WILir~DISTRIBUTB circulars for $3 daily should address Standard Co., 4 Wells, Chicago.- Steady position. No j canvassing. .. -...-■ ■.. _■ r _.- .. - | FOREMAN FOR- SASH SHOP" I Apply Bonn Mfg. Co., Arcade st, St. Paul. i WANTED—TELEGRAPH~EDITOR7~BRIGHT ' young man,,; who has a newspaper, future cap able of development, can start' right.in on a ' live daily in a town of 20,000; give newspaper ' experience and references. Address E 1023 I i Journal. .' ...... . . "" , . ' | ' SOLICITORS— $35 TO $50 PER!WEEK MADE by workers handling our French Crayonette portrait. Absolutely new and f->- attractive. I Write for terms. Whetstou & Little Mfg. | Co., 780-784 W Lake it, Chicago, 111. WANTED—PATTERN-MAKER AT ONCE Electric Machinery Co., 101-105 Ist ay S. , WANTED— GOOD, HONEST MAN WHO has a horse and spring wagon, to take charge of strawberry patch and tend to ticker J : W.'j Bryant, 418 2d st S. EXPERIENCED HAT SALESMEN WANT-' jed at once. Steady position and right pay to ! right party.: W 1023, Journal. ■ j WANTED—EXPERIENCED HELP IN PIC i ture frame . shop. The • Beard Art Co., 624 Nicollet ay. •- ':;' : ; ■ ; TEAMSTED WANTED—ONE WHO UNDER~ '■ stands care of horses. . Must be sober and industrious. - V 1024, Journal. - '" WANTED—BLACKSMITH HELPER FOR carriage work. Apply at 200 Ist st N. | WANTED—FIRST-CLASS POWER IF • chine operators on boys' clothing. Will pay good salary. None but first-class need apply. Moore Mfg. Co., 28 sth st S, over Brackett grocery. . .. ;' WANTED~EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvassing: good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chicago. FIRST-CLASS MEjfTO OPERATEIN MlN nesota and Dakotas for Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association of New York; liberal con tracts to right men. A. R. McNichol, 417 Guaranty Loan, Minneapolis, Minn. EXPERIENCED WRITERS OP INDUS trial insurance; new plan; no lapses; liberal contracts to reliable men. A. R. McNichol 417 Guaranty Loan^ WANTED—FIRST-~CLASS CABTNET~M"AK^ ers and bench hands. St. Paul Furniture Co., Seven Corners, St. Paul. NEWSPAPER AD AND JOB SOLICITOR wanted; salary liberals Call 41S Nicollet ay, room 1. WANTED—SPACE ADV"ERT7sTxb"~SOLIcF tor. One with experience and ability to close contracts. Address, giving references, F 1(125. Journal. WAXTED—AT ONCE. FIRST-CLASS WAIT~ er and *lso dinner man, at the Acme Lunch Room,_lo4 Central ay. CL7ERK"WANTED^MUST SPEAK GERMAN as well as English, with experience in gen pral merchandise business; of good habits and must have first-class credentials. Stale salary expected. Address John Nelson, Wah peton, N. P. WANTED—AN ELEVATOR BOY, AT ONCE, at_J3t. Barnabas hospital. W ANTEI*-GOOD~FIN IS HER AND P~OLTs?T er; steady work for a good man. J. C. Wltte Mfg. Co., 30-32 Central ay. WANTED—AT ONCE7~FIRST~CLASS SHIP~ ping clerk. The New Slore. Evans, Mun zer, Pickering & Co. WANTED—CARPENTER" CALLTTtFHAR^ riet ay and 31st. ' WANTED—BARBER, AT 3047 NICOLLET ay. Steady job for the right .man. WANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS COXT~ makers, at once. Steady employment all summer. Apply to Gus Werner, sixth floor, Plymouth Clothing House. WA NT COM PET E NT~BRICKLAYER TO "GO In country and take contract; 200,000 brick to Icy; come to Hotel Allen to-night, at 7 o'clock. J. W. Sandusky. WANTED—JO B~PRESS ~~FEEDER, AT BY ron & Willard's, 29 sth st S. BRIGHT MAN—MUST BE OVER 30, AND one who can manage help, as foreman of a business house. State where employed past five years. Address D 1025, Journal. WANTED—FTRST-CI7ATS~ WATCHMAKER! good position to right party. Apply mana ger_Vs_office, Win. Donaldson & Co. WANTED—BOY, WItITEXFEIfiENCE, FOR soda fountain. Call at drug store, 31st and Nicollet. •Si- -HELD WANTED-M ALE . 1:..... i.- '. :ji Continued. ': WANTED—WOOD TURNER, AT ONCE. Bardwell-Robinson Co., 24th ay N and 2d st. WANTED—EXPERIENCED , SOLICITORS" salary and commission. Inquire for Lund berg, _C abje^o^^corn^r Bth_^t^nd_^ieojlej_^v\ WANTED—FIRST-CLASS TINNER. COR respond with H. F. Strelow, Casseltoo. N. D. 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; good wages. 2109 Bryant ay a. INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL lty by attending the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d at S. diagonally opposite P. O. WANTED—A GIRL FOR LAKE MlNNE tonka. , Must know how to cook; modern house; satisfactory wages. Address postofflce box 152, Excelsior, Minn. : WANTED—TEN "HOTEL GIRLS; ALSO, 1 house girls for Lake Minnetonka; cooks and second girls for the city. Mrs. E. C. Don aldaon. 12 7th st S. 1:' I WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN : eral housework. Good wages; housecleaning all done. 162 Linden ay. ■' ■. -.:\ ■ j WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE work; must have references; family three adults; modern house; no objection to teach ing brlghtjglrL__T_lo24, Journal. . ■■ . WANTED — EXPERTENCEI) OPERATORS on shirts, overalls and duck coats; steady work on new machines; good pay. Hymaii, Nfewman & Well, 102 3d st S. WANTED — EXPERIENCED. OPERATOR on special two-needle machine, seaming; steady work. Hyman, Newman & Weil, 102 3d st S. ■ -. WANTED — NEAT GIRL FOR LIGHT housework .in family of three. 950 24th ay NE.- - . ■ '. v. ■.•■.. TWENTY-FIVE GIRLS WANTED —AT i once, in the Northwestern Dress Cutting ' School, to learn the latest French tailor i system; $1.50 paid to-apprentices; $2.50, $5 to 1 dressmakers. 728 Hennepin. WA N TED—YOU NO GIRL TO ASSIST IN housework. Call at 3045 Portland ay. ': NOON GIRLS—TWO GOOD GIRLS. AP ply.-at The Grill No. 2, 2d ay N and sth st. WANTED—GIRL FOR LAUNDRY; STEADY wo»k. Also extra girls for dining-room. St. James Hotel. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. v 2712 Pillsbury ay. GENERAL HOUSEMAID, THREE IN FAM ily; none but competent cook need apply. Call evenings, 420 7th st iSE. WANTED—COMPETENT~GIRL FOR GEN^ era! housework. 1923 Park ay. WANTED—GIRL GENERAL. HOUSE work; 21323 Aldrich ay S. Take Monroe and Lyndalecar to 22d st. WANTED—COMPETENT~GIRLr~FORTGEN eraI housework; family of three. 1909 Colum bus ay. GIRL WANTED IMMEDIATELY; GENER aI housework.: small family; modern, house Call &17 E 17th st. WANTED—EXPERIENCE!) LAUNDRESS; good wages; call or address Soldiers' Home Laundry, Minnehaha Park. WANTED—DINING-ROOM GIRLS (DAY ■work) and woman short-order cook (night work). Eureka Restaurant, 35 Washiugotu ay S. WANTED—EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM girls at the Quick_Lunch, 616 Nicollet ay. GOOD GIRL AT ONCE ~GOOD~ WAGES" 1412 Stevens ay. O PERATO RS~ON POWER SEWTnG~MA^ chines to make shirt waists and wrappers steady work and good pay; Sterling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d st, second floor, Hey wood building. A CbMPETENT~GTRX~TO~DO~CH(AMBER work; good wages will be paid. Call after 4 o clock at 30 7th st S. WANTED—A TEACHER OR WELL-EDU^ cated lady possessed of business tact and dependent on her own efforts; must have good reference, and be willing to make shore trips if necessary. O 1025. Journal. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED NURSE girl; one who likes to sew. 2218 Ist ay S. "WANTED— GIRL, FOR LIGHT HOUSE work; no washing; apply at once. 3201 2d st N. . : •,-;j ■':_•■ WANTED— FOR GENERAL. HOUSE "work; no washing. 929 Sth st SE. GOOD GIRL WANTED IN FLAT FOR GEN eral housework. 1729 9th ay S, flat 1. WANTED—STENOGRAPHER; STATE AGE. experience and talary expected. Address N 1025, Journal. ACHOCOLATE FORELADY- ONE that can manage help and instruct on first class work. Please address X 1025, Journal. SSHORSES^JCARIRAGES— NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES, wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber tired run abouts: new work : exchanged for old; all kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d st S. SECOND-HAND LOGGING HORSES ~ Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horse Mar ket, St. Paul, Mian., have just received a large consignment of 10 car loads of second hand logging horses, with harnesses, all in first-class condition, which must be sold at once without reserve and regardless of value. This Is your greatest opportunity to buy good hardy working horses at your own price. FOR SALE—PAIR HORSES, 6 YEARS sound, good workers; weight 3,000; double Harnesses and truck wagon; sell separate. 2642 Clinton ay. ■ •- \-' ■■" FEED—GO TO THE FLOUR - CITY FEED j mill for fled and oats; they sell the best for the least money. 257-259 9-th ay S. ONE LARGE WORK TEAM, PRICE $851 one fine driver, pony $10; three cheap bug gies. 216 7th st S. ' > . FIGH-BRED HORSES. ~ ' L. A. Legg arrived with a load of high bred drivers, coach horses and saddle horses, i i all with superior quality and finish. Barrett | & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market St ' I Paul. GOOD BLACK TEAM OF~HORSES7\VEIGHT 2,400; two single drivers, two cheap workers; must sell at once. 243 7th ay S. i HAVE FOUR SECOND-HAND LANDAUS steel and rubber tire; prices from $150 to $400. Call and see them. H. G. Goosman 12 and 14 E Grant st. • . BARGAIN—BAY HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD; weighs nearly 1,300; sound and well broken. Also three-spring wagon and harness. Call 316 Bth_st S. FINE DRIVING TEAMJ TWO BLACK mares, gentle and sound; also single broke; ■very cheap if taken this week. Cash or time Call 1519 3d ay S. FOR SALE^BA~YIiELDING, 7 YIIARS~bL.D~ 16*4 hands. 1,175 lbs; sired by Mark Sirus; No. 1 roadster; the best family horse in city; Concord buggy, single harness. No. 9 cook stove. 4010 Chicago ay. FOR SALE—THREE-SPRING AND PIANO box buggy; also cheap single harness; your own price. 3449 Aldrich ay S. IT WILL pay you to call at the Roeller Car^ riage Co. and look at their new and second hand buggies and carriages. If you want rubber tires, they have the best. 524 3d ay S. HORSES FOR SALE—COACH,~DEL,IVERY and draft horses. 813 Western as. 3g LOANS AND CHATTELS^ PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S. QUICK LOTNS~MADEf~ON FURNITURE," pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments^ cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306, Bank of Commerce_building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st. O)ANS"IvrAD"E"~ON HOIfSEHOLD GOODS? furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install ment JLoan Co.. 825 Guaranty Loan. LOAN"S~mXdIToN~S AME~DAY A3 APPLl cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un disturbed Dossession. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building. , RICE LOANS on all kindT of l/ersonal prop erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. 37 LOST AND FOUND LOST—DOG. MY SMALL COCKER SPAN ieI (female) disappeared from my home, 2112 Kenwood parkway, 5 p. m. Sunday. An swers to name Gip. Has that name on col lar. Also license tag 56 and my address. Suitable reward for return. Franc B. Dan iels._ LOST OR STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 111232" issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to said bank before June 18, 1901, applica tion will be made for_a_ duplicate thereof. FOUND—A LADY'S SCARP, MONDXy evening. Call for it at 426 Hotel Landour. POUND—ON DAKE mTnNETONKAT" 7""*" rowboat. Owner can have U by claiming and paying salvage and advertising charges to George Hastings, Mount, Minn. LOST—BETWEEN 21) AV~TND~3iST AND Clinton and 15th st, a package of laundry containing three shirt waists. Please return o 3131 2d ay S for reward. 39 ~~ MEDICAL ' CANCER CURED Without the knife or loss of blood. Forty years' experience; satisfaction guaranteed. Write for book of testimonials or call on Dr. Wheeler. Globe bluilding, Minneapolis. ELITE BATH PARLORS. 626 HENNEPIN ay: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. MRS. DR. P. McKAY, REMdVED~FROM 620% to 412 Nicollet, room 61, sixth floor take elevator; electricity, magnetism and i baths. .39'-'V-;r'r^--MEDICAL-::^;#'i! Continued. LADIES— REWARD FOR AN ABNOR maI, obstinate case of • suppression, any cause, my Regulator falls to relieve in 24 hours. • Positively guaranteed. No ergot or pills. . Many saved from suicide. Ideal safe home treatment. Mail, $3. Dr.: Jackson, R. C. 812, 167 Dearborn, Chicago. , MRS. DR. F. M'KAY, REMOVED FROM 620% to 412 Nlcollet, room 51, sixth floor; take elevator ; _ele£trlclty,_ and baths. TO WOMEN—HOW TO CARE FOR'YOUR" self; no danger; absolutely safe; Improves the health and insures happiness; send stamp for circular to Improvement Company, "A," general delivery, St. Paul, Minn. G MFG.CARPET CLEANING FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS. We pay the in freight to out-of-town orders; carpet cleaning, making over, laying; best work, lowest rates. NATIONAL CARPET AND RUG CLEANING CO., George D. Walk er. Prop. Nlcqllet island. Both 'phones. Our rugs, from old carpets, are second to none but orientals; quality or work brings more. Economy Rug Co., 105 6th st S. Tel. 3217 L-l. £1 MINNETONKA PROPERTY" WE TRANSACT A " GENERAL REAL ES etate business, but make a specialty of Lake Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger & Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce. TO RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT tages at prices ranging from $50 to $500, for rent by Jaeger * Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce. £ •• . . •.. ■ . - ■■ ■% «r FRUIT FARM, LOTS AND ACRES ♦* Wr FOR SALE BY. ■ % J4? JAEGER & TORELLE, }«* VS . 310 Bank of Commerce. *X *•, ■ ■ & «£ $6,000— acres, near Hotel St. £ $c Louis, overlooking lake; 15 acres high- *& »Sly cultivated; large sugar maple grove; •£ ♦§ ample and commodieus buildings. *g tg $3,500—160 acres wild land at Mm- ♦« <!& netoiika Mills. Will trade for good '.% % Minneapolis residence. ■ • ■•■■■•■. • jQ *)& $1,300—40 acres near Christmas lake. ys & $I,2oo—Birch Bluff, 6V» acres, culti- % }}* vated and with buildings. . *£ iS? $3,500— acres, on Christmas lake; 555 ♦« all in fruits and berries; fine buildings. % % $50—Lot at Spring Park, facing Gid- ♦£ ♦•? eon's bay. «f ttr $800— fine lots on Cook's bay. & % near Chapman's. «■. * •£ J« Eleven acres at Spring Park. Will •« & trade for Minneapolis residence; South- *£! y£ east preferred. Jg W? $650—Fine lot, Minnetonka Beach. y* ♦« $800—140 feet finest lake shore at ♦« % Birch Bluff. $? *£ $I,ooo— Lake shore and fine inside *'■! *Jg lots at Sutherland Park; or will sell *£ ItH single lots. 8 j jg: $450—Lot, Meadville Park. •£ iS Large residence lot in Excel- ♦'- VS sior. **z % $1,000—96 feet on Crystal bay, Arcola ♦£ •5 Station. '■;.« .-,. ■■• %£ *!£ $2,500—27 acres, fine shore, on Smith- •§ V* town bay, upper lake. % *M $6,600— Finely improved farm of 60 <& *JS acres at Long lake. ♦£ its Glen Morris, Christmas lake, 48 yz % acres; elegant Improvements. ' *)£ Js Shady Isle—Forty acres, with cot- *Ji •5 tages, hotel, etc. •£ V- SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE. <& LAUDERDAI.E & CO. "HAVE TWO PARTLY furnished cottages at Lake Park, shore front, water in one, $100, $125. Look this up. EDGEWOOD, ON UPPER LAKE, HALF mile from Eureka station, opened June 1; best of fishing, boats, bathhouse, etc. C. W. Sampson, Eureka. Minn. WANTED—AT LAKE MINNETONKA, lower lake, furnished cottage; more than five rooms; for July; state conveniences, price and situation. Address Edna Roberts, 1623 Ist ay S, Minneapolis, Minn. AT MOUND, MINNETOiNKA, SEVEN-ROOM ! furnished cottage; fine beach for bathing; j porch screened in; $65. Call ait Mrs. A. B. Weld's, 2101 Ilion ay N. W ANTE D—COTTAG E ~AT MIN N ETO NX A~ six or seven rooms, furnished, for July or July and August. Give full particulars. M 1024, Journal. NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320 acres, lirst station at Lake Minnetonka on Great Northern, distant only \dy_ miles fronj ! Loring park; 20 minutes by train from city; beautifully wooded and sightly; it will be sold to desirable parties in one to ten-acre tracts. Inquiro George C. Andrews, 1212 Guaranty Loan. A NEW, EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, PARTLY furnished, for rent at Cottagewood, Lake Minnetonka; $100 for balance of season. In quire_M._j3. Jacobsen, Cottagewood. WANTEI>—SMALL LAUNCH. MUST BE in good repair; for cash. Address W 1024, Journal. 42 NOTICE FISK BROS.. Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block. Watches cleaned.sl; main sprlngs.Jl; war'ntd. NOW ~IS~THE TIME TO~bPERATE~I X stocks, grain and provisions. We feel that we can make you some money. Call and see us and investigate. The Qeo. H. Dodge Co., 220 3d st_S. DEAD HORSES REMOVED, $1 EACH. TEL^ I ephone, Mississippi, 3008; N. W., 1224. John I Hoglund. NOTICE—DEE~^CUT PRICES ON~FRAM~ ing pictures, residing, ovals, room moldings, new and unclaimed pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S. A GOOD SAWMILL WILL BE SOLD AT sheriffs sale at Tamarack, Minn., June 10, | 1901, at 9 a. m.; good place for sawmill; mill likely to be sold very cheap. 43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS—SEALED bids for the erection of a science building at the State university, Grand Forks, N. D., will be received at the office of the secretary, up to 10 o'clock a. in., June 25, 1901. Ench bid must be accompanied by a certi fied check for $500, payable to S. S. Titus, treasurer, as a guarantee of good faith. Bonds will be required of the contractor se lected. Plans and specifications may be seen after June 8, 1901, at the secretary's office at the university, and at the office of Architect Charles S. Sedgwick, Minneapolis, Minn. The board of trustees reserves the right to reject any or aJI bids. ANDREW E. MORRISON, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. —————————————————. ; 44 PERSONAL I DR. BERTHA SHEFARD, SPECIALIST DlS eases of women and children. 17 9th st S. i Take Hennepin ay car. .■-.• ', REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES RE paired and relined. Tin and sheet iron work . of all kinds. Stoves stored.* Great Western Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin ay./ Tel. 161. ! FEMALE DISEASES CURED • By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men -1 struation successfully treated. Office, Globe building, Minneapolis. EXAMINATION FREE. ! HAIR LOSERS AND BALD HEADS. Would you expect benefit fro.m a bald . headed "hair doctor"? Call and see what has been produced on a bald head. Dr. Oliver K. Chance, • Dept. W., 680 Syndicate • Arcade. ■■;-■••■ ..'■■.. . * : ■; ■ T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL. diseases of -women; all i 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. DOES it pay to advertisef^Send address and j 4c stamps lor mailing charges, to Hoflhn's Drug Store, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re . turn mail you get an embossed aluminum comb in leatherette case that retails at 25c. NOW IS THE TIME TO OPERATE"IN stocks, grain and provisions. We feel that we can make "you some money. Call and" see us and investigate. The Geo. H. Dodge ! Co., 220 3d st S. A YOUNG DOCTOR AND A YOUNG PRO~ , fessor desire ithe addresses, with description, of marriageable ladies, with-means. Address Dr. J. J. 8., Fen ton, lowaT ' •.' LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN^ nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at druggists. Chlchester Chem. Co.. Phila., Pa. MINNEAPOLIS HEALTH PARLORS 528 Nlcollet ay, third floor, corner 6th st. Mrs. O. S. Fowler's method of electric treatment; also magnetic treatment. All nervous diseases cured. , .;' :;. -, MRS. IDA JOHNSON, GRADUATED, PRl vate retreat for ladies before and during con finement. 928 sth st S. Tel. Main 2455-L3. FLESH,% WHITE OR BRUNETTE SHADES are supplied^ in that useful, exquisite toilet article, Satin-Skin Powder. 25c. Glass Block Olson's. Voegell Bros. .;■ ;-..•. LADIES DESIRING THEIR GOWNS OR shirt waists made will do well to call on Mrs Little. 412 E 16th st. , 45 REAL ESTATE LOANS W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-2 NICOLLET AY. | We have money to loan In unlimited amounts on good real estate security, at 5, 6 and 7 p. c' I MAKE A . SPECIALTY~OF $100 TO~ssoo loans on city real estate; principal payable at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg. 46 PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAMSON it. ; MERCHANT- (JAMES F. Williamsan and Frank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and ■ solicitors; main office, No. 929 --935 Guaranty "- Loan; building, Minneapolis, Minn.: branch office, room 52, McGill build , ing, Washington, D. C. , ■> 46 PATENT ATTORNEYS Continued. P. H. GUNCKEL; 745 -Temple Ct., counselor and solicitor in patent and trade mark causes. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE 4,7 IMPROVED ' EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN,- IS- -: sues a new catalogue of houses for sale every two weeks. Send or call. - W. A. BARNES * CO.. 300-302 NJCOLLET? issue a rental bulletin and real. estate" lift every Monday. Call or send and get one. . REAL ESTATE AND , MORTGAGES— Whether you wish to buy or sell, call on Fi nance Co. of Minnesota. 620 Temple Court. I DESIRE TO SELL THE ARIEL FLATS*. Nos. 1819 to 1823 9th ay S, consisting of 12 apartments. These are modern flats, always occupied and In first-class repair. Will take small payment down; balance on easy pay ments to suit purchaser. * Have also a few desirable building lota upon which I will erect dwellings to suit purchasers and sell on monthly payments. For particulars, inquire --, -. . JAMES C. YOUNG. '' 1600 Second Avenue. S. REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD ON payments; money loaned, low rate- mort gages for sale. Sawyer & Betcher, 507 Phoi nix building. - - WE BUY and Bell city and farm property Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst & Co., 106 4th st S. FOR SALE—LARGE HOUSE, FIRST-CLASS condition; bargain if taken at once. 1014 Bassett place. GOOD HOUSES AND BEAUtTfUxTvACANT lots for sale by the owner «t very low price*. Now is the time to got in on the ground f100r.,, A. Blake, 2205 Scudder ay, St. An thony Park. ' GENTLEMAN WHO HAS 20 YEARS r EXPE rience in real estate and loan business wants to connect, himself with company having- es tablished business, needing assistance or de siring to extend business; best of references as to character and ability; a hustler and not afraid of work. O 1024, Journal. FOR NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE. WSL& cistern, cellar and shed; lot 40*132, one foot above grade, two blocks from Nicollet ay car; price, $400 cas>h and $16 per month for fiv« years; no interest. Apply at 4011 Stevens ay S or 3436 3d ay S. - $500,000 TO LOAN'on residence property; no delay in closing loans; money here; terms to suit the borrower. I. A. Yarnell, • 517 Ist ay S. ... . _ r , HERE riYOU HAVE GOOD "VALUE. $1,800—2718 Oakland ay, 7 rooms; easy terms. $1,300—615 26th ay X. 6 rooms, large barn . $1,200—2317 13th ay S, 8 rooms; rents $15 mo. $1,000—3536 Longfellow ay, 6 rooms; monthly $1,000-1210 E 25th st; 7 rooms; very neat $825— 24th ay NE, 7 rooms; half cash' $800—2522 and 2524 25th ay S; rent $13 $500—3009 E 29th st, 6 rooms, Y- cash, $10 mo S. H. FINDLEY, 517 Andrus Building. FOR SALE OR" EXCHANGE, EIGHT room residence, modern, at 2424 Lyudale ay 6. R. W. Wheelock. $3,000 AND LESS "FOR~FiNE~COMPLETE homes. Before you buy look at 3117 Harriet ay; all modern, birch and oak finish, gas fix tures, awnings, shades, screens, storm sash summer kitchen, woodshed, cistern, shade trees. Also 2626 Pleasant ay, almost the same, with barn. Another at- 34:12 Harriet. Prices too low to mention; all in fine shape. Make offers and get a bargain. George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix building. / 4.Q UNIMPROVED ~~ THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS sues a printed catalogue with maps of abso lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 300 Hennepin ay. - WANTED-TO~RENT~dNE~OR~TWO "ACRES of ground to cultivate, in or near city also want to exchange groceries for merchant tai loring^ Address G 1024, Journal. FOR MAPS~bF~cXLHOUN~PARK AND price schedule of lots for sale, call at Ed- ■ mund G. Walton's office. i LOAN made on residence property for 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 years' terms; no delay; money here. I. A. Yarnell, 517 Ist ay S. 49 FARM LANDS OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT. Central N D Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to i. COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp for BOOKLET. D. Games. S E. Mpls, Minn! FOR SALE—FINE FARM IN BLOOMINQ ton, of 120 acres; ten miles from Minneapolis; rich soil, all under cultivation. Barnes Bros ' 202_Oneida Block : '* FOR SALE—22O~'"ACRES~ANOKA COUNTY land, on Coon creek; said to be iron land. A bargain for few days. M. R. Waters, 5U2 Guaranty Loan. FOR~ S ALE— S,36O ACRES OF NICE, LEVEL land, about six miles east of Bismarck, N. D., suitable for diversified farming and stock* raising; price $2.25 per acre. Wyman & Ball Fargo, N. D. O•••••••••••••••••••••••o • FOR SALE BY JAMES C. YOUNG. • • 304 Guaranty Loan Bldg. Minneapolis. • • Ten desirable quarter sections in • • South Dakota; perfect title, clear of • • incumbranee; at $4 per acre. • • One thousand acres in Todd county, • • Minnesota; three tniles from Staples. • • First-class farming lands, good for • • wheat raising, in various parts of • • North Dakota. » O•••••••••••••••••••••••o ITASCA COUNTY, S6S ACRES, HAVING A frontage of a mile on Pokegaina lake; five miles south of Grand Kapids, a town of 2,00 i) people. This land haa over i'-M acres of heavy hardwood Umber, eonaUllng of maple, yellow birch, basswood, elm, oak, etc.; fine soil that will grow anything; price $5.50 per acre. CROW WING COUNTY, 44.0 acres, in town ship 138, range 28, at only $2.25 per acre, cash. Cass county, 30,000 acres, at a bargain. Prices and terms on application. Franklin Benner, bO3 Phoenix building. A. G. WHITNEY~QF ST. CLOUD, MINN~ is interested in over 70,000 acres of Minne sota and North Dakota farm lands. Writ© him for prices and full particulars. NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320 acres, first station at Lake Minuetonka on Great Northern, distant only 10y 2 miles from Loring park; 20 minutes by train from city; beautifully wooded and sightly; it will be sold to desirable parties in one to ten-acre tracts. Inquire Geo. C. Andrews, 1212 Guaranty Loan. WANTED—CORRESPONDENCE WITH In telligent, reliable persons, who wish to take homesteads or invest In cheap iand3 in north ern Minnesota. Address H., box i»0 Pillager. Cass county, Minn. MARSHALL COUNTY, • MINNESOTA-ALL, of section 7-155-45 at $7.90 an acre; the north half of 9-154-45 at $10 an acre. ; 'Red Lake county, Minnesota—The south naif of 9 and the west half of/19-154-45 at $10 Jan acre. All of this land „is choice wild j prairie, within easy reach of Warren tb» county seat of Marshall county. If you are looking for land investment, come and see these tracts befor« purchasing elsewhere.' No trades of any kind will be considered and, 8 cash payment of $2 per acre will be re ■quired. - " Julius Pleth, St. Hilaire, Red Lake county. Minn. ' WHOLESALE PROPERTY-RENT WHOLESALE PROPERTY FOR " .' RENT. 20,000 feet floor space, 110-112 2d ay N. •' . 14,000 feet floor space, 23-25 3d st N. ;.-. r<. i I GEORGE ODLUM, MANAGER, . ' Phoenix Building. 50^A£ESTATE^^HAN^] HORSES AND LARGE AMOUNT OF PER sonal property to exchange for modern house • would take some mortgage. P 1024, Journal. SITUATIONS WANTED "~~ 51 MALB^ ~~~~ " YOUNG MAN, THOROUGHLY UNDER stands bookkeeping and stenography; have had some experience in office as stenographer but no experience in bookkeeping; would Ilk* position as assistant bookkeeper; small wages to start. M 1017. Journal. GENTLEMAN~WHO~HAS 20 YEARS' EX- > perience in banking and real estate, want* position of responsibility. Not afraid of work. Best of references as to character and ability. O 1024, Journal. ■ BOOKKEEPER, WITH Al REFERENCES," wants permanent position, with concern 'that can pay good , wages for : good work. ". Ad dress H 1024. Journal. YOUNG MAN, ATTENDING BUSINESS ; college, would like work either all or part of the time. Thoroughly competent to keep - any set of books. Willing to work cheap Best of references. : N 1024, Journal. . v L STRONG, ACTIVE, HIGH SCHOOL JUNIoS desires any kind of work for next six weeks. H. D. G., 1942, Irving ay S. ..; ;• I COLLECTIONS WANTED BY MAN OF EX perience. .. Best of city references given. Ad* dresa E 1025, Journal. .-, -■'/-.;x• ''.:■' ADDITIONALWANTS NEXT PAGB 15 '