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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 14, 15
16_J5YEIN^AN^LEAmN^
• ' Continued.
I«™ N TL DYE WORKS - PRACTICAL
overs and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol-
Telephone 1576.
19
WE have a BLOCK of EASTERN money
«> • loan at 6 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. 2ai> Henaepln ay.
4*4 TO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
Droperty in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
INewDort. 30&-3U Phoenix building, 60 4th st
■ S. Minneapolis.
AT LOWEST RATES-MONEY TO LOAN. R.
V. Cone ft Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
HONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Oneida building.
MONEY LOANED at 4& to 6 pur cent, net.
Sawyer & Betcher. -407 Phoenix.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY . AND FARM
property; low interest. Barnes Bros. 104 S 4th.
WE HAVE MONEY TO" LOAN on Minneapo
lis real estate with on or before privileges; :
rates. 4%. 5. 6. T. A. Jamieson, 313 Nicoilet.
LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CiTYPROP-
pr;fer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th.
6 PER CENT MONET— AND UPWARD,
en city property; new houses preferred.
Klckels & Smith. 311 Nicoilet ay.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
with steady positions in good concerns, un
their own names; no security; easy payments.
Tolmaa. 920 New York Life building.
*~~~ QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION,
On your own name without security or ia
clorser; payment payable to suit yourself.
Those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel is esseu
tion in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants, and you can be
■waited on privately and-, quickly. Open
.Wednesday and Saturday evenings until a. ■
I'KIVATt; INTKKVISWINQ KOO.US.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
fc ' Globe_ building. __ _
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON .
Plain noted, without security.
Easier partial payments. Lower rates. ...
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.. Sykes block,
256 Hennepin _Walk up one flight. 1
WE'LOAN MONEY~TO PEOPLE DRAWING
b salary; we ask only their plain note with
out mortgage or indorser; you make pay
ments to suit your convenience. American
Credit Co.. room 525, Guaranty building.
* MONEY TO LOAN SALARIKU PEG- •{
it pie.— are prepared to loan reason- to
■* able amounts to salaried people hold- *;
M ing steady positions with responsible. *£
St concerns, en easy weekly or monthly fc
«* payments. We conduct our busimis i$
X strictly confidential. Lowest rates md kg,
•t, fair treatment guaranteed. Room 3WS, *>,
IR Bank of Commerce building. . ■ #■
-i-*.*M»Mt>.v>,<v.*'.v. * ****.»&*&**.*':-
CONFIDENTIAL LOANS
To salaried people on their plain notes. No
mortgage or indorser. 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 lloor. room 206.
New York_Life building.
WANTED—TO BORROW THREE~OR".
five years, at 6 per cent; no commission;
first mortgage. New house. G 1032, Journal.
20 FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under ■ this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
OOLFAX MINERAL WATER '■
Will permanently cure constipation. We '■
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Jnglewood Co., iilJ Hennepln. !
MATTRESSES "MADE OVERr HAIR ~OR
moss, $l.oo; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur
ers. 17 Nicoilet Island. Botn phones,
TENTS. AWNINGS/ DUCK AND COVERS.
AMERICAN TENT AND AWNING CO.
, 125-127-129 Ist ay N, Minneapolis.
"WOOD, dry, $1.75;"2 loads $2.75; green, fl up:
Plymouth Lbr.. 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 J2.
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HIGH-"
hose, screen doors, paints aad' oils.
ri J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay.
GREAT BARGAINS, 250 FEET SHELVING^ I
showcases, counters, coffee mills, scales, flat, ;
standing and roll top desks, soda fountain, -!
cash register and large size Diebold safe. 223 i
3d st S. .i-f-:..^ ._-.. ■. ..-...■■
PIANOS—HALLET & DAVIS, $175; CHASE, i
$165;. Sterling, $225; Rose, $145? .three square i
pianos, $25, $35, $40; new pianos for rent, $3.50
and $4 a month; one year's rent allowed if
purchased. Foster & Wa!do, 40 sth st S, '
corner' Nicollet.
ONE ISx4"-FOOT BEAM GASOLENE
launch, in good shape; used only one season;
all sizes marine and stationary gasolene
engines. Enterprise Machine Co. Minneapo
lis, Minn. -•■••■- . .
PIANOS—FINEST LOT OF SECOND-HAND
and shop-worn pianos, of the old, standard
makes, in the city: Henry F. Miller, mahog
any case; Knabe, full size, mahogany case;
Mehlin, large size, mahogany case.
Ktmball. ebony case ..;.;■.•.. ...»ii!>
Dunham, mahogany case 165
Kinjtsbury, ebony case .;. 155
H. F. Miller, square, good as new ...... 100
Julius Bauer, square, in excellent condi
tion..". .• 45
If you are looking for a snap in a piano, !
call this week. Minneapolis Music Co., 606
Xicollet. _ '
FOR SALE—TWO VIOLINS. TWO GUITARS,
one banjo, cheap. Owner leaving city. 304
6th S -__ ' ,
(TWO FINE SOUTH~~A~MERICA~PARROTS
for sale cheap, at 555 6th ay N.
FOR TO-MORROW: FRESH ~EGGS, 9cT
dairy butter. 12^ and 15c; choice creamery,
18c;. good . family.. flour, $1.63 per hundred;
fancy full-cream cheese, 9c. . -New Butter
Store, 404 Ist ay S. ■
"SWISS MUSIC BOX, 2 cylinders, 12 pieces
*si: cost $72. Max Kohen. 327 Wash, ay S.
REFRIGERATOR. INSURANCE~~GASOLENE
oil stove, three burners, with oven; good con
dition; ■ two sets of single harness, robes.
gent's bicycle. 650 Polk st NE.
THE BEST PLACE"IN~THE~CITY TO BUY
paints. Every . gallon guaranteed strictly
pure. Wm. Simms' Hardware, 411 14th ay
SE. ■ ,
THE HERRICK HAS THE GREATEST
amount of storage space of any refrigerator
of equal size. See them at 7th and Hennepin.
g MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO.. 8
o Wholesale and Retail Stariouers, 405 O
Q Hennepin u\\ Minneapolis, Minn. Qt.
O Letter Copying Books. Typewriter O
O Ribbons and Papers, Carbon Papers, Q
O Pens and Ink, Typewriters (new and £>
■Q second-hand). SPECIAL ATTEN- ©
O TION TO SMALL ORDERS. §
$400 PIANO, ALMOST NEW, FOR SALE
cheap. Loan office, 325 Washington ay S.
FOR" SALE — IRISH SETTER PUPS,
whelped April 2<); dam, Fingle's Bess, 40056;
sire, Pharaoh, A X C S B, 60227. A. J.
Smith, 1347 Perm ay N.
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR RENT; LOW RENT
for the summer; must be placed at once.
Address C 1027, Journal.
PIANO FQR~~RENT— EMERSON; $2 PER
month, or will sell at a bargain. 1711 otli
>v S.
f7B volumes m~innesota~re po rt s~ for
sale. $150. Address _F 1033, Journal.
FOR SALE, CHEAPTPATENT VENTILAT^
ing box spring mattress; just the thing for
campers. 3112 Holmes ay.
TICKETS TO THE~W~6OLLEY MEETING
to be held in Plymouth church Friday at 8
p. m. Admission 10 cents.
MAGEE RANGE, $7; PENINSULAR RANGE.
$f>; Stewart range, $10; Dockash range, $8;
steel range, $12; cook. $3. 502 4th ay S.
LARGEST STOCK WEST OF CHICAGO OF
second-hand store fixtures, show cases, office
furniture, sales, soda fountains, 100 refriger
ators and Ice boxes, butcher supplies, saloon
and res-taurant fixtures, wagons, pianos, or
gans, 1,000 stoves from $1 upwards. 1027
Washington ay S.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
McCUBD V i Kects houses, } Takinz cure
& CO., 230 < flats, store*, >■ of property
Temple Court ( sells real e»tate. I a specialty.
List your property for tal« or rent.
ALTERATIONS FOR HOUSES AND
stores, porches screened, carpenter work.
Lan.n as, 423 2d ay S.
FOR RENT, 1416 STH AY S, MODERN ]»
rooms, tn good condition; walking distance;
will make special inducement for good ten
ant. Telephone Main 91, or call on O. M.
Laraway & Son. 100 Bank Commerce bldg.
FOR RENT—NINE-ROOM, UNFURNISHED,
strictly modern house; in good neighborhood. |
16U6 2fl ay S. j
$35—1713 STH AY S; UP-TO-DATE. .NINE I
rooni*. 52T.50—1714 Nicollet; up-to-date; nine
rooms. «14 —921 16th ay S; modern, seven
rooms. Other property for rent. Nickels &
--"ith. 311 Nicollet ay 1
FOR RENT ,
Continued.
$10 PER MONTH-SIX-ROOM HOUSE. IN
first-class repair; large stone cellar, large
shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink. \V.
D. Washburn,-Jr>, 300. Guaranty building.
$6 PER MONTH—SIX-ROOM
shed and cellar; well and city water. W D
Washburn. Jr.. 300 Guaranty building.
FOR RENT-650 POLK ST NE, NICE CON
dition, nine rooms with bath, parquet floors,
$18. - , _■
CHOICE MODERN BIGHT-ROOM HOTseT
bath, furnace, gas, etc.; Aldrich ay S, near
Sunnyside; cheap. See M. J. Murphy 302
Sykes block.
For rent—house; barn; chTcken
coop. 3940 Nlcollet ay. Inquire at next
house.'
UPPER, 901 15TH AY S, FOUR ROOMS 7
modern excepting heat and hot water con
nections; $10.50 per month. Sehanfeld Guar
anty building.
IDEAL HOUSE FOR A FAShToNABTe
boarding place; twelve rooms, strictly mod
ern; parquet floors; six blocks from Nicollet.
Hurlbut,_4_4u ALUrus building.
HOUSES, FLATS, ROOMS, "FURNISHED
and unfurnished; good four-room flats, $9 to
$14; all oentraL_ Apply 221 Nicollet, room 14.
509 9TH ST S, FOR~ONE~OR~TWb~FAMI-
KgsjjSj-qoins. C. H. Neill, 10 Sd st S.
W. A. BARXES & CO..
300-301' Nioollet ay.
S7QS Aidrk-h ay B, y rooms $25 00
SOS 11th Bt S. 8 rooms 26 00
COTTAGES.
1823 "<tli ay N, S rooms $15.00
212 224 ay S, 7 rooms lu.lo
2650 Impout ay S, 7 rooms 18 Q0 i
2434 ::oth ay s, 7 rooms ~,'.qq i
i>l9 Mimiehaha ay. 5 rooms 8.00;
.'.'•i 2T!- St., l> rooms 600 *
2808 Sgtb ay S, 5 rooms o'oo '
4Ki James ay X, 7 rooms 14 00
ROOMS AXD FLATS.
1010 Harmon place, 7 rooms $25.00
2113 E 22d st, 4 rooms ...] 6*oo I
*>2S 14th ay S 4 3 rooms 900 i
24^9 7th st S., 4 rooms g'.QO j
W. A. BARNES & CO..
300-302 Nicollet Ay.
BURKHARDT'S BELTS
for ladies are warranted the best wearing and
I most stylish in the world. Sold by the lead
: ing dry goods houses throughout the coun
; try. Manufactured by M. L. Burkhardt Co
709 Nicollet ay, Jdinneapolia. Minn.
j 22 FURXISHED HOUSES
1 HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS, WITH SOME
j reservations; all modern; on 11th st near
: Nieollet; well furnished, including piano to
: rent for the summer to acceptable tenants;
1 rent moderate. Gale & Co., New York Life
building.
j J'tST TfARRIED?-YOU~CAN HAVE THE
! coilest little home for the summer, furnished
all conveniences, gas range, bath laundry
etf. What will you pay? Location, 213 E
Iraiikliii ay. G. L. Byron, 29 sth st S.
KOK TriE SI AIMER, 213 E FRANKLIN AY,
completely furnished, cozy, all modern eight
roozn house. G. L. Byron, 29 sth st S.
23 I'IH.MSHtD ROOMS
FREE FOR RENT" OR "FURNISHED
Room" cards for those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
I ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
i with or without board; modern house, on car
I line; ten minutes' ride from postofflce; large
. lawn, shade trees and tennis court. Address
! R 1026. Journal.
GRAND APARTMENTS, LADIES AND GEN
tlemen; washbowls, hot water each room;
free baths; $6 upwards. Woodmen- with
bath, 50c day. 620 7th st S.
LAMAR HOTEL—JUST OPENED; 25 NEW~
ly furnished rooms, for rent by day, week
or_n,onth jii^ reasonable rates. 719 3d st S.
MODERN, NiCELY~FURNISHED ROOMS
with__or_without board. SOH Ith ay S.
FOR. RENT — PLEASANT FURNISHED
cool front room, in private family; location
central; half block from car line; price rea
sonable; references exchanged. 1100 Harmon
place.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT PART
lor; large, cool; $10; also one nice room $8
914 3d_ay S; board if desired. '
FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN"
front on Nicollet; finest rooming building in
thecity. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay. '^•'■."V
THREE OR FOUR- ROOMS. FURNISHED
or unfurnished ; for light nousekeeping In a
modern flat. ' 8 Grove place, 'flat 2. t
LARGE, COOL, NICELY FURNISHED
with closet; modern; private family; no other
roomers; references exchanged. 1221 Henne- !
pin ay, second flat._ Knickerbocker.
FOR* FURNISHED" ROOMS AT
Lake Calhoun; apply to F. A. Ycung, 372G
Thomas ay, Cottage City.
ONE NICE, LA*RGe7c'OOL ROOM ON THE
ground floor; neatly furnished; light house
keeping allowed: bath in connection- also
other rooms. : 1021 Ist ay N.
ROOMS— ALCOVE OR WITHOUT- '
connecting or single, in modern house; gas'
bath. etc. Light housekeeping permitted; !
walking distance; summer rates. 143 Lvn
dale ay N. '— •» ■: - - ■• ■
LARGE FRONT ROOM, NICELY FUR
nlshed, and large closet; good locality; cheap
to right party. 519 Bth st S, upstairs.
LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH SIDE ROOM
connected, nicely furnished, porcelain bath,
gas, awnings, nice location, near library
adults only call. 56 12th st N.
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOUR NICE ROOMS, UPSTAIRS; WATER,
| shed, house newly painted; cannot be dupli-
I rated for $8. 2509 Clinton ay.
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS; CITY
' water, sewer; in good repair; for adults- ref-
I erences required. Call No. 500 4th ay S.
FOR RENT— ROOMS^ SECOND
floor; modern house, attic and cellar 294
Aldrich ay S. ' •
25 UNFURNISHED FLAT*
MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT, 332 E 18TH
j Et, second floor. Apply Frank Miller.
I ELEGANT SIX-ROOM FLATS. THOROUGH-
Iy irodern, 730-736 E 18th st; rent $27 and
$30. F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life
building. ■ -. . .
SIX-ROOM, MODERN FLAT; HARDWOOD
! floors; $27.50. W. W. Clark. 313 Nicollet ay.
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM '.FLAT~MODERnT
44 Reyalston ay.. „ .. .. ■
FOR RENT—APARTMENTS IN THE HILL
; Flats, 1009 and 1015 3d ay S. Best and most
I central flats in the city. Jos. W. Hohmann
715 Phoenix building. ■
FOUR-ROOM FLAT. HARDWOOD FINISH,
mantel, grate and bathroom, porcelain bath
etc., $11. 815 sth st S. , ;
27 it OFFICES
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block. 412 Nicollet. Inquire
: room 12. - ■„.-,■
! 0 KASOTA BLOCK. HENNEPIN AY »
' O and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam 3
ift heated; first-class service. Walter L. 3
O Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New o
P York Life building. ft
CtOO<aCKMDiC«fcOeCHMttCB3CB3^^
•^y stores
i ALL KINDS OF " BUSINESS PROPERTY
j FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY.
; WHOLESALE PROPERTY-RENf
WHOLESALE PROPERTY FOR
RENT.
30,000 feet floor space, 110-112 2d ay N.
14,000 feet floor space, 25-25 3d st N.
GEORGE ODLUM, MANAGER.
Phoenix Buildiag.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, ttj MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; ■warranted one year. Paegel'3, 22 3d st S.
SUITS SPONGED, pressed wtiilo you wait,
50c._ Starr_Steam Cleaning House, 622 Hep.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, DOcT
pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
6uita steam cleaned and Dressed, $1. An
ihony^ the_Tailor, il9 Washington my N.
IN CREASE YOURI^6NBY~EARNING~ABTLr
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 od st S, diagonally opposite P.O.
GLASSES EXCHANGED, Mondayß and Tues^
days, at Free Eye Dispensary, 225 Hennepin.
GET-your shoes repaired at the Wide-Awake
Shoe Shop. 709 Hennepin ay. Men's half
goles. 50c; men's sewed sales, 75c; O'Sullivan
rubber beels, 50c; Work done while you wait.
WANTED-AT ONCErA"GOOD~ALLT-ROUND
butcher and sausage-maker; must be sober;
write Charles F^Cogelow, Devils^ Lake.N. D.
| WANTED—AT ONCE," TWO TRIMMERS
and two setters for naw mill. Apply to Red
River Lumber Co., No 807 Hennepin ay.
WANTED—PANTMAKERS; UNION PRICES
1 M. L. Lesson, Fargo, N P
31^ HELD WANTED--MALE
Continued.
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE;
taught thoroughly in short time. Send for
catalogue. National Barber College, 204 Ist
ay S, Minneapolis.
WANTED^IOO RAILROAD LABORERS~FdR
Lakota and Bottineau, N. D.; $1.75 per day;
board $3.50 per week. Call at Western Em
ployment Co., 103_and 218 Nicollet ay.
WANTED-TWO~COMPETENT AND RELJ
able men; one to act as superintendent ami
one as assistant superintendent of a barley
cleaning house; must have expedience and be
able to furnish satisfactory reference. Good
salary to proper parties. Address V 1028,
Journal.
WANTED-ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN OF
good character and habits to fill position as
order clerk in wholesale hardware store;
must*have some experience; permanent posi
tion, with chances of promotion; state age.
Address Box 824, La Crosse, Wis.
COACHMAN WANTED—WITHOUT EXPE
rience and best references don't apply. 303
Globe building.
EXPERIENCED AND ENERGETIC HOUSE
to house canvassers. Plenty of work and
good pay_. 1203_3d_st S.
ACTIVE BOY WANTED~FOR GENERAL
and office work. Bring recommendations.
Apply Thursday forenoon. Dr. Thomas G.
Lee, University of Minnesota.
WANTED—A GOOD * CANDY^MAKER~AT
Lake Harriet pavilion.
CATON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, SHORT^
hand and English training, open day and
evening, all summer. Caton College block,
620 Her.nepin avenue, city.
WANTED EVERYWHERE, HUSTI7ERS~TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN
hardware store; one who has had some ex
perience preferred. Address E 1033, Journal.
WANTED—GOOD GENERAL STORE MAN.
who can speak German and Swede; who can
dress windows; dry goods; out-of-town posi
tion; wages good. 54'J Lumber Exchange.
BUTCHER WANTED; A GOOD SOBER~
single man; German. Address C. C Hankey
Minto, N. D.
WANTED—BRIGHT, EDUCATED MAN;
who has sold books, as collector and deliverer
for large eastern house; $125 per month C
1033, Journal.
FIRST-CLASS PAXT^~AND~VEST>IAKER
wanted, by August Johnson, Grand Rapids
Minn.
WANTED—SALESMEN OF GOOD EXPERI
ence. for the Kerr department store, to be
opened in August; competent to take charge
of the following departments: Dress goods
and silks, notions, linens and office. Apply
personally or by letter. J. W. Kerr.
WANTED—A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT
advance man for high-class concert com
pany. Must furnish references and be expe
rienced. Call Friday, between 10 and 1
o t 'clock. 618 New York_Llfe building.
WE CAN OFFER PAYINGHeMPLOY'MENT,
either in the. city or outside towns, to men
of energy and neat address. For particulars
call on J. P. Crotty & Co., No. 507 2d ay S.
Htmnepia ay.
WOOD TURNER WANTED—MINNEAPOLIS
Furniture Co., 9th st and sth ay SE.
WANTED—BLOCK CUTTER, WHO IS OTH
erwise employed, to cut evenings by dozens.
Moore Mfg. Co., 28 sth st S.
WANTED—EVERYBODY TO HEAR JOHN
G. Woolley, at Plymouth church, Friday ,
evening. Admission 10 cents. .
YbUNG~MAN. THE^MIfNSON SHORTHAND
Institute. Guaranty Loan building, is one of
the oldest, most firmly established and best
equipped shorthand schools in the northwest.
Send for circulars.
WANTED—BOYS TO DISTRIBUTE SAM
nles from wagon. Must be willing to work.
Apply 200 Temple Court.
WAXTED—CAKE BAKER, FOR WEST SU
perlor, at once; steady employment and good
wages. _Taylpr, 2022 10th ay S.
WANTED—Y rOUXG"MAN7~WITH EXPERl
ence_ln_bake shop._ Address W 1031, Journal.
BRIGHT BOYrNOT UNDER" 18~YEARS~OF
age, to take position in grain office. One
preferred who has had a high school ednca
tion. E 1032, Journal.
WANTED—GENTLEMAN OF ABILITY AND
good character to take charge of large real
estate interest here; must have thorough
knowledge of real estate and experience In
care of and handlig of property; no attention
to replies unless references are given. G 1033,
Journal.
TEACHERS WANTED—PRINCIPALS TOWN
schools, $460, $700, $800, $1,000; principal com
mercial department, $800; science and Ger
man, $700; attendants for state institution,
young men above 16. Hazard Teachers' Agen
cy, 732 Boston block.
32 HELP WANTEIMFEMALE
INCREASE YOUR MONEY EARNING ABlL
ity by attending the Minnesota School of
Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite P. O.
EXPERIENCED SHIRT ~AND~~~OVERALL
hands on power machines; steady work. Rob
itshek, Frank & Heller, 18 3d st N.
wantedTexperienced operators~on i
pants, shirts, overalls and duck coats; new i
machines; good pay. Hyman, Neuman & !
Weil, 102 3d Bt S.
LADIES' CLOTHHB IRONER; EXPERT
enced starcher and mangle expert. Custom
JLaundry, 112 6th st S.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply immediately, wages $4- !
no_washing._2ol3 Stevens ay.
WANTED-MAN AND WIFE FOR A j
ranch; also general house girls and cooks for !
hotels and private houses, in and out of city. |
Mrs^ E. C. Donaldson's Employment Agency, ■■
-1 — t til St. o. " ~ I
COMPETENT GIRi; Foil GENERAL j
housework; good wages; modern house. 1916
Columbus ay.
WA NTED^GIRL FOR SECOND WORK"
who likes to sew; also girl to cook, who un
derstands general housework. 2302 Ist ay S.
WANTED-A~GdbD~GYRirFbR~GENERAL
housework; small family; modern house. Call
GIRL. AT 424 UNIVERSITY
WANTED-AT ONCE. FIFTY COMPETENT
chorus girls. Call 11 to 12, forenoon *at
Vernamo Fair headquarters, Voegell hall
Hennepin and Washington.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-"
work; family of three adults; modern house
references required. 1406 Clinton ay S.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good pay. Call at 808 12th ay SE.
WANTED—COOK AND SECOND GIRL WHO
•will work together. Must be first-class girls
good wages. Address T 1032, Journal.
WANTED, A COMPETENT GIRL"PORTgEN^
eral housekeeping; small family. Apply 618
lUtli fly oL.
ators on overalls and duck coats; -will pay
£ ood o 0 W- a£ es bJ week or Piece- Moore Mfg.
WANTED—A GOOD SEWING GIRL AT 514
James ay N.
WANTED — A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 344 E 17th st.
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO HEAR JOHN
G. Wcolley, at Plymouth church Friday
evening. Admission 10 cents.
OPERATORS ON POWER MACHINES~TO
make pants, overalls; good pay, lots of work
C. S. Seelye, 244 Hennepin ay, third floor.
WANTED—YOUNG SCANDINAVIAN GIRL'
newcomer preferred. Call Thursday. 1015-17
Washington ay S, upstairs.
WANTED—A GOOD, STRONG WOMAN FOR
house cleaning. Apply at G. F. Hunt's 733
Hennepin ay, during the day.
TEACHERS WANTED - HIGH SCHOOL
Latin and English; German and botany
grammar and intermediate, $40 to $50; pri
mary, $40 and upward; supervisor of practice,
$1,300; many other calls now on our books!
Hazard Teachers' Agency, 732 Boston block.
WANTED—SEWING GIRLS AND APPREN
tIceg for dressmaking at 401 7th ay S.
MILLINERY—BIG CUT PRICE SALE ON
trimmed hats ar.d everything in summer mil
linery; dot miss this sale; third floor 403
Nlcollet. The Millinery Supply Co. Take
elevator.
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, in Sheldon, Iowa; steady employ
ment for good girl. Address D 1032, Journal.
WANTED—AT ONCE, A COMPETENT GIRL
for general housework, at 209 12th st S.
WANTED—COMPETENT~~GIRLTf6r GEN
eral housework; housecleaning done. Apply
729 E 17th st.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS WAIST FIN~
lßher. Also a sleeve hand. 1419 Ist ay S.
YOUNG LADY, THE~MUNSON"SHOKTHANd
Institute. Guaranty Loan building, is one of
the oldest, most firmly established and best
equipped shorthand schools in the northwest.
Send for circulars.
33 HORSES, CARIRAGES—SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
whkous. gurreys, phaetons, rubber tired run
abouts; new work exchanged for old; all
kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d st S.
IT WILL pay you to call at the~Roell«FCar
rlage Co. and look at their new and second
hand buggies and carriages. If you want
rubberjlres, they have_the best. 524 3d ay S,
ONE GENTLE PONY, FOR EITHER SAD
dle or driving; safe for lady. Call at 1776
Girard ay S.
$110 BUYS GOOD YOUNG WORK TEA.M"
weight 2,600 lbs; also harness and wide-tire
wagon. 1123 W 58d at.
FOR SALE—LEATHER TOP PHAETON IN
*»U condition, ?25. Call at 313 sth st 3.
CHE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL.
' 33 HORSES^ CARRIAGES--SALE
-"■',;■' ,' ■'■','■,'■'.' .''i Continued. - '.:■. ' \\ JJ\
$135 BUYS GOOD ,TEAM OF MARES, 6 AND
8 years old; weight 2.500;,'a150 nice, single
driver, 6 years old,,weight 1,100; safe for lady
to drive, 2316 4th stN. : :;t
FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW TWO-SEAT
park wagon, with pole; can he seen at Haw
kins' .' livery, Ist "ay ■ S arid Grant st. *
SECOND-HAND LOGGING HORSES ~
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horse Mar
ket, St. Paul, Minn., have just received a
large consignment of 10 car loads of second
hand logging'; horses, with .harnesses, 1; all in
first-class condition, which, must be sold;at
once without reserve and regardless of value.
This is x your greatest : opportunity to buy
good hardy working horses at your own price.
O•••••••••••••••••••••
• PUBLIC AUCTION, ;, \ • • •
• THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1901. •
• Two Hacks, rubber tires; one fine •
• black Hearse, ten single Buggies, •
• three .Two-seats, two farm Wagons, . •
•,' five set Farm Wagon Harnesses, •
• Double Harnesses, Single Harnesses •
• and many other articles. One carload •
• of young high bred , western horses. •
• A few city broken horses. * , *
• Special terms on Hearse. Sale at 10 •
earn. „ • _ «
• One-half fare on all railroads to •
• Minneapolis and return. This sale •
• will be a great opportunity to get •
• good value at your own price. •
• THE HARWOOD LIVERY CO . , •
■•£, .:-■.., ,: 216 Third St. S. •
O •••••©•••••• 9 • • • • O
FOR SALE— PAIR OF 5-YEAR-OLD
mules, one pair of 6 and G-year-old: horses
one fine driver, at -205 2d_st N. >.. '
ONE NICE: LIGHT FAMILY TWO-SEAT
and a good Concord road wagon, cheap, for
sale at Doley's shop, 212 2d ay N. . ..-,..,
CLOSI X'CTOUT 12 SETS " SHORT-TUG AND
long-tug heavy harnesses, two heavy wagons,
one 950-pouud driver; sell cheap: 252 3d ay S.
A NICE, GENTLE/PRETTY, S-YEAR-OLD
calico pony, good saddler and driver, safe for
children;- a fast young pacing mare, sound
and speedy, weighs 1,050;' one nice 5-year-old
gentleman's-driver, weighs 1,000, but a high
hooker and; good looker, - and sound, and
will sell for haif his value; and a barn full
of cheap drivers and delivery horses J. K.
Christy, 312- 12th st S. ■■ - /
SALE OR TRADE—BAY MARE RICHLY
bred,'weight about 1,100, registered; make a
very showy combination saddler and driver;
prospect for extreme speed at the pace; can
•trot at road gait; will be sold at a rare bar
■gain; take in exchange good light two-seat
and gentleman's bicycle. Telephone Dr. M.
•H. -Reynolds, St.. Anthony Park-Prior 36 call
3 (Minneapolis), 12:30 to 1:30 or 7 to 8:30 p.m.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
WANT TO BUY; SADDLE HORSE, SINGLE
carriage. Also driving horse. No trade;
spot cash. Mail particulars, price, otherwise
no. notice given. X 1033, Journal. < -
135 INSTRUCTION.....
TUTORING IN LATIN, HISTORY, GERMAN
or any grade subjects, by an: experienced
teacher. Call at 732 Boston block.
J SINGING SCHOOL— EVERY "THURSDAY, 4
Ip. m., Malta Temple, 243 Nlcollet ay. George
iH. Normington, instructor. Best training in
'tone production; also chorus work. '.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN GRADETaND
academic work; coaching for college and
I "West Point examinations.' Minneapolis Class
■ ical School, 2244 Nicollet. .
TUTORING IN COMMON BRANCHES AND
high school subjects, Latin, French, algebra,
by graduate of university and an experienced
teacher. __R_ 1032, Journal. '
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN HIGH
school and college English. Address C 1032,
Journal. ', ■ ,
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable- con
fldentlal. Harris & Goldstein. 239 Ist ay S.
QUICK" LOANS MADE 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.
LOANSr^^DE~ON^HOUSEHOLD^GOODS7
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install
ment Loan Co..' 825 Guaranty Loan.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
catlon. on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. 601-2 Globe Building.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
37~ LOST AND FOUND
LOST OR STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 111232,
Issued by the Farmers And Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank of Minneapolis. If not returned
to said bank be|ore June 18, 1901, applica
tion will be made 16$ a duplicate thereof.
LOST-LADY'S VERY SMALL GOLDWATCH
attached to fleur de lis pin, at or near Glass
Block; return for reward. 3339 4th ay S.
LOST—SMALL FLOWER STICK PIN WITH
diamond center, in Southeast Minneapolis;
return for reward. 312 Hennepin ay.
LOST—ON 10TH ST, HARMON PLACE OR
12th st, between Hennepin ay and 313 10th
st S, a child's jacket; if found please return
to 313 10th st S.
LOST—LADY'S PURSE, ON MONDAY, IN
Elliot park or vicinity; return to lfioo'ioth
ay S, tor reward.
STRAYED — FEMALE BOSTON BULIT
brindle with white breast; had on leather
collar. Return for reward to 0308 Portland
ay.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-BLACK COCKER
spaniel dog, male; short tail, chain collar
brass padlock; license tag 2397; liberal reward
for. return or information to 2609 Stevens ay.
upstairs. ■ •
393^1 medical i
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay: porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES— REWARD~FO"R~AN~ABNOR
maI, ; obstinate, case of suppression any
cause, my Regulator fails 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. '
CANCER CURED.
More than 1,000 cancers cured during the
past 40 years without cutting; satisfaction
guaranteed; call on or address Dr. Wheeler
Globe_bulldlng, Minneapolis, Minn '
IDEAL BATH PARLORS, OSTEOPATHY "
open evenings and Sundays. Third floor flat
11. 10^ sth st N.
IF YOU ARE TROUBLED WITH CONSTl
pation and want a remedy that does not
gripe, is perfectly harmless and Inexpensive
inclose stamp for reply to M 1031, Journal. '
NEAT AND QUIET BATITTnD~MTsSAOB
parlors just opened at 116 6th st S. Expert
operators. Lady attendants.
40 RUG 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. Nlcollet 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.
MINNETONKA~PROPERTY~
LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE A VERY
great bargain In lake front cottage, one mile
from station, . furnished, plastered, fireplace,
filled icehouse, Georgia pine floors, barn,
windmill, tank; lot 65 by 364 feet* only $1,600.'
SSSSBBSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSa SSSSS£S2SSSBS^SSifiSSSiIS
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.
Two-and-one-half acres, on road be
tween Christmas Lake and St. Al
ban's bay; 100 apple trees, 2,500 rasp
berry bushes. Also plum trees, etc.
Pine building spot.
$3,500 for 160 acres wild land near
Minnetonka Mills. This Is less than
?22 per acre.
i\ acres, with some shore on
Christmas Lake.
Bargain—Six acres at Birch Bluff
overlooking lake. Make us an offer
$3,soo—The all-around, best smali
fruit farm on Christmas lake; fine
buildings. This is worth looking up
$1,300 only for fine 40 acres near
Christmas lake.
Eleven acres on Maxwell bay to
trade for stock of merchandise to
ceries preferred.
Cottages, lots and acres for sale
and to rent at all points in the Lake
Minnetonka region.
SSSSSsSS £o?88Sttgam«8S888o%$SS8888S888S8Si
YE TRANSACT A GENERAL~REAL~ES
tate business, but make a specialty of Lake
iinnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
i Torelle. 310 Bank of Commerce.
BURNISHED ROOMS, IN LARGE, PRIVATE
ottage;-lake front; near Cottagewood Hotel;
torches and lawn. Address T 1030, Journal,
>r 515 Bank of Commerce. ■•; .
NORTHLAND—A SUBURB 0F~~328
icres, first station at Lake Minnetonka on
Jreat Northern, distant only io^ miles from
coring park; 20 minutes by train from city
•eautifully wooded and sightly; It will be sold
o desirable parties in one to ten-acre tracts
nquir<i * George C. Andrews. 1212 Guaranty
Joan. :- - ' ■ : '• _ .
4]_C; MINNETONKA PROPERTY v
Continued. \; . •. ■;".'/;.'
FOR . RENT—FURNISHED COTTAGE AT
Mlnnetpnka, on lake shore; convenient to sta
tion and grocery. Chadbourn & Braden, 21
4th st S. ' -'■ ;:::-•;-. ■>,:- :-":-.- ■■■■ :,
TO ; RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT
taKes at prices ranging from $50., to $200, for
rent by Jaeger ■& Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce.
42 -^SH^JL^™^^
FISK BROS., Mfg. Jewelers and watchmak
ers, have moved to 17 Nicollet House block.
Watches cleaned,sl; main springs, war'ntd.
DEA~D"ifORSES"REIMOVED,~SrEACHrTEL~
cfihone, Mississippi, 3008. N. ; W., 1224. John
Hoglund.:. . _
NOTICE—SUMMER CLEARING SALE. EN
tire stock pictures, new and unclaimed oil
paintings; also framing pictures cheap. Zes
baugh, 11 sth st 8.
THE PUBLIC. IS HEREBY NOTIFED THAT
Mendenhall has no one out- soliciting orders
for flower beds. He understands that one
or more parties have been representing that
they are working for Mendenhall, planting
beds and collecting the pay. Send all orders
to the .greenhouses, Ist ay S and 18th st, for
'safety. - '>« '-' - - :' ■ ' ' .' " :■; . ■ •
43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTING SEWER
AT STEVENS POINT, WIS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the city clerk at Stevens Point, Wis.,
until Jun? 20th, A. D. 1901, at 5 o'clock p. m.,
for constructing a sewer in the city of Stev
eps Point, Wls., during the summer of 1901,
from Clark street S on South Third and
. Water streets to Wisconsin street, to con
nect with.sewers now constructed, according
to the plans and specifications en file in the
of.lee of the city clerk of said city.
The following is the estimate of approxi
mate work required to be done as prepared by
city engineer, but in no event is the same
to be considered as final or binding on the
city: . x
2.500 feet of 15-inch sewer pipe. •
Four manholes.
Three light holes.
Fifty cubic yards of rock.
The city to furnish all pipe and material
used in said work.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for the sum of five hundred
($600.00) dollars, and in the event of the ac
ceptance of any bid a bond in the penal sum
of two thousand five hundred ($2,500,000) dol
lars will be required for the faithful per
formance of the work under contract.
The city reserves the right to reject any
and all 1 bids. .:..,■
- , E.R. Zinimer, City Clerk.
Dated June E. 1901.
BIDS FOR LAYING WATER MAINS.
Sealed bids will be received up to 12 o'clock
noon. Tuesday. June 18, 1901, for laying about
i. 500 feet of four-inch water mains, accord
ing to the plans and specifications to be seen
at the auditor's office in Valley City, N. D.
Said work must be completed by Aug. 18,
1901. All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of $250, payable
to the order of the city treasurer. The suc
cessful bidder shall furnish a bond in the
sum of $4,000. The city council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. William T
Craswell. auditor. Dated June 6, 1901.
NOTICE TO COXTRTCTORS^3IALBD
bids for the erection of a science building at
the State university, Grand Forks N D
will he received at the office of the secretary,
up to 10 o'clock a. m., June 25, 1901.
Eacn 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.
Plnns 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 ail bids.
ANDREW E. MORRISON,
mmmmmm cretary of the Board of Trustees.
44 PERSONAL
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST DlS
eases of women and children. 17 9th s f S
Take Henaepin ay car.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED '
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation successfully treated. Office, Globe
building, Minneapolis.
, EXAMINATION FREE.
r HAIR LOSER-S AND BALD HEADS'!
Would you expect benefit from a bald
headed "hair doctor"? Call and see what
has been produced on a bald head. Dr
Oliver K. Chance, Dept. W., 580 Syndicate
Arcade.
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 4».h st S. third floor.
DOES it pay to advertise? Send address and
nmiW" r°r mallin S charges, to Hofflin's
Drug btore, Minneapolis, Minn., and by re
turn, mail you get an embossed aluminum
comb in leatherette case that retails at 25c
HAIR SWITCHES. ~
On special sale. Mail orders filled. Brahl's
Hair Bazaar, 409 Nicollet, upstairs.
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
druggj£U.__Cja2che3ter_Chem I _Co.. Phila., Pa.
PAY IF CURED - ELECTRIC BELTS
loaned; physician's examination and advice
free; call or write. Dr. Peterson's Eleotrio
Belt Co., 245. Ist ay S, Minneapolis, Minn
MINNEAPOLIS HEALTH PARLORS
528 Nicollet 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 PRT
vate retreat for ladies before and durir* con
finement. 928 jth_st_S._TeI I _Maiii 2465-L3
NEAT AND QUIET BATH AND~MASSAGE
parlors, just opened, at 116 6th st S. Exper*
operators. Lady attendants.
W*LL. A- J- H. Oi.' A. L. E. A. PLEASE
write to L. C. H.? Am waiting.
A. E. CLOVER, ASTROLOGEIi, 412 NICOL^
let ay; hours 9 a. m. to op. m.; send date
and place of birth, give the hour if possible
letters promptly answered.
AMERICAN FARMER, SINGLE, PROPER
ty $3,500, would like to correspond with neat
respectable lady between age of 25 and 35*
Address B 1033, Journal.
JO? X uG- woolTTeY speaks in plym~
outh church on Friday evening. Admission 10
cents.
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-2 NICOLLET AY
We have money to loan in unlimited amounts"
oJL g°o(Lr£?]_ista _te_ securlty. at 6, 6 and 7 p. c!
I MAKE A SP~ECfALTY~~dF~Sio6~T6~SSOO"
loans on city real estate; principal payabia
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Blflg,
4g patent" attorneys ~
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES P
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.
P. H. GUNCKEL, 745 Temple Ct., counselor
and soli itor in patent and trade mark causes.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALS
47 Z 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 NICOLLET
issue a rental bulletin and real estate list
every Monday. Call or send and get one.
REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES-
Whether you wish to buy or sell, call on Fl
nance Co. of Minnesota. 620 Temple Court.
I DESIRE TO SELL THE ARTeTTfLaTs
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 lots
upon which I will erect dwellings to suit
purchasers and seil 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 Phoe
nix building.
WE BUY and sell city and farm property
Mort. Loans. C. A. Qulst & Co., 109 4th st s!
THE BEST BARGAINS IN SMAX,L~HOMES*
$600 and $800, two blocks from street cars;
$50 and $100 down and monthly payments. 355
Temple Court.
WHY PAY'RENT? WHEN WE ARE SELL-"
ing homes for $100 up, cash, balance monthly.
Houses on hand at $625 to $5,000. Home
Realty, 311 Sykes block.
MY 11-ROOM HOME, 3m IST AY S"
strictly modern; will sell at a bargain, as am
leaving city; terms to suit; also two lots on
2d ay.
FOR SALE—SEVERAL GOOD -HOMES IN
eighth ward; will be sold at a bargain. Wm
H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty building. .
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, THREE
houses, Upton and 6th ays N; make an offer.
Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty building.
GOOD EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, CITY WA
ter, barn, for sale cheap to close an estate;
Garfleid and Lake st. Wm. H. Gibson, 420
Guaranty building.
FOR SALE—NICE SEVEN-ROOM COT^
tage; hot and cold water, bathroom, cistern,
good well, lovely shade trees, and beautiful
lawn, and barn and henhouse. 3914 Pills
bury ay.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
'.'■'■ -",' "■ : ■ ■.", Continued. , • '■■;■:
tit DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO , «
til No. 11l Fourth St. S. :•-: • a
tic $1,300—N0. 3127 Queen ay N; ten-room $
til room house; ground is 68x126: east «i
«f front. . '■. ", :■-;. a
Mr $3.100—N0. 3215 Stevens ay; ten-room }$
M- residence; all modern except ti|at; »*
tit in first-class condition. Also good {{
V£ barn. Large lot, 47x128; fenced, y
til This price will l include new roof. )&
t« Look It up before purchasing else- m
ie where. ' - •,. . &
til $3,200—N0. 721 7th ay eight-room $
•i? house, renting for $20 per month; «
til large lot, 56x132. ' «
<g $3,660—N0. 3121 Grand ay; eight-room, «
W£ all-modern, brand-new residence; y
ti- very tastily arranged; you must see )«
til the interior to appreciate It; large »*
*1- lot, 46x128; water, gas and stone "X
til walk. , .. «
«? $6.500—N0. 2621 Bryant ay S; a com- «3
ti? ' plete, ten-room, strictly all-modern ti
til residence. In first-class condition; y
it? the interior decorations are specially ti
til attractive. Look it over. Lot, ti
til 44x128. . '..i.,..-: . #
til $5,500—N0. 916 sth st SE; all-modern, «
til well-hullt residence. Very desirable ti
til location. ■ $
til Call for our new catalog of real estate •'
til bargains, l^r-fri I
AT A BARGAIN—LARGE, TEN-ROOM
house and large barn; corner Stevens ay and
27th st; city water, bath, gas, piped for fur
nace and sewerage. Can be made fully mod
ern at very small cost. Inquire of owner,
on premises.
$2,000—N0. 2628 STEVENS AY, SEVEN
room all modern residence, except heat, east
front lot, all Improvements in street. Apply
at 2723 Ist ay S.
$2,000 FOR 810E 33D ST; MODERN, EIGHT
room house; clear; now rented for $16 month.
Make an offer. M 1033, 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
Hennepin ay.
FOR MAPS OF CALHOUN PARK AND
price schedule of lots for sale, call at Ed
mund G. Walton's office.
S DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., ft
Vs No. 11l Fourth St. S. ft
US $125— east front lots, on 17th ay ft
ttr S, between 37th and 33 Sta; size ft
ft? of lots, 80x122. ..-■. ■ft
ti? $76 —One block from Minnehaha car ft
*& line, south of 35th st; lot is 40x150; ft
♦2? $20 cash, $5 per month, without in- ft
t£ terest. ■ • ft
U? $150 —Minnehaha ay, between 35th and ft
Is 36th sts; fine east front lot, 40x150; ft
♦~ $40 cash, balance $10 per , month, ft
ft? ■ without interest. £-^4 ■A ft
t£. James ay N, just north of Hill- ft
ISg side; southeast front lot, 45x124; city ft
iS? water and walk. ;, .•- ■';; ■'■J^j
ft? $300—Columbus ay, between 29th and ft
yi Lake sts; east front lot, 40x118; city %
iJi water and walk. ' : ft
ft? $300—Harriet ay, just south of 34th'.st; ft
Ilr east front lot, 45x128; city water and ft
ft! walk. ; j5«
U? —Grand ay, corner 32d st; south ft
ft? and west front lot, 45x128; water and ft
ti? walks. ;; • •:•■;. ft
♦i? $950—Aldrich ay S, near 24th st; Sun- $3
ft? nyside district; nothing better in this ft
*Jt. locality; look it up. .- ft
ftj Call for our new catalog of real estate ft
Jg J;-. i bargains.. *£
AQ FARM LAUDS - •-.
FOR SALE—FINE FARM IN BLOOMING
toa, of 120 acres; ten miles from Minneapolis;
rich soil, all under cultivation. Barnes Bros.,
202_OneJida _Block._
CALIFORNIA ORANGE DIVERSIFIED
Fruit and Water Co., bank lauds, best soil,
lowest price; large colony organized. 443 An
drus building, Minneapolis. |' «
O • • • • • ••••••••••O
• FOR SALE BY JAMES C. YOUNG. •
• 304 Guaranty Loan Bldg, Minneapolis. •■•
• Ten desirable quarter sections in •
• South Dakota; perfect title, clear of •
• incumbrance; at $4 per acre. •
• One thousand acres in Todd county, •
• Minnesota; three miles from Staples. •
• First-class farming lands, good for •
• wheat raising, in various parts ' of •
• North Dakota. •
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ITASCA COUNTY, 868 ACRES, HAVING A
frontage of a mile on Pokegama lake; flvo
miles south of Grand Rapids, a town of 2,500
people. This land has over 400 acres of heavy
hardwood timber, consisting of maple, yellow
birch, basswood, elm, oak, etc.; fine soil that
will grow anything; price $5.50 per acre.
CROW WING COUNTY, 440 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,
603 Phoenix building.
160 ACRES NKAR~ TURTLE LAKE, WIS7;
rich clayey loam, part magpie,, nice lake, im
proved dairy section; big bargain, if bought
now. 707 Sykes block.
5.000 ACRES SPLENDID FARMING LAND
In Pine county for sale at rock bottom. This
land belongs to clients who are in need of
money. It lays midway between Minne
apolis and Duluth, along and close to the
St. Paul & Duluth rairway, and Is accessible.
Neighboring lands sell readily at two to
three times the price asked.
If you are looking for an investment upon
which you can't help doubling your money
In a short time, here is 'the opportunity. ' . !
- For particulars, address S. Meyers, :. attor
ney at law, .614 Phoenix building, Minneapolis,
Minn. : ,' . ■ . ■
j A. G. WHITNEY OF ST. CLOUDrMINN^
is interested in over 70,000 acres of Minne
sota and North Dakota farm lands. , Write
him for prices and full particulars. .';';;, " - ■'.
NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320
acres, first station at Lake Minnetonka on
Great Northern, distant only 10^ 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. J . j
FARM ~FOR~SALE—IIB ACRES, 10-ROOM i
house and large barn; land all in crop; 46 ;
miles from Minneapolis, 1% ! miles from sta- !
tion, schools and churches; Northern Pacific
add Great Northern railroads cross the farm, ''
in the town of Becker, Minn. House for sale, ;
10 rooms, rents for $20 per. month. No. 3111
Ist ay S; fine location and paying good Inter
est on investment. Three lots, 40x157, on 3d
st N, between 37th and 38th ays, one block
from Camden cars; lie fine; will sell the
above property in whole or part; small pay- !
ment down and balance monthly, or all cash.
W. M. Brown, 3101 Stevens ay.
HENNEPIN COUNTY, FINE~~FARM~7O i
i acres plowed, 50 acres fine hay land, 30 acres
: fine maple timber; balance fruit, garden and
pasture; rented this year for one-third of
crop. Big bargain at $5,000; only $1,500 down.
I Sargent county, North Dakota; two quar
ters, improved; no buildings; choice land, in
good locality; only $1,100 each. This land
withdrawn from market after June 18.
Fine 160, near St. Cloud; rich black soil; 90 I
acres plowed, 30 fine meadow, balance white |
oak; good buildings; one mile from railroad
station, church, etc. No better farm in the
state. Only $20 per acre.
Dickey county, North Dakota; fine level
quarter, good soil, only $950. Snap. Many
other bargains. Somers & Brown, 507 Man
hattan building, St. Paul,_Minn.
2,500 OR 6,000 ACRES, AITKIN AND CASS
counties; black leaf loam, top clay and clay
subsoil; $2.10 per acre; none better. F D
Dibble, 417 Phoenix.
COLONIES—FINE LOCATIONS OFFERED;
also hundred* of improved farms and wild
tracts in Minnesota. Money doubled quick
ly; plats furnished. O. B. Harris, 94 E 4th
st, St. Paul. Minn.
$1,600—160 ACRES, CLAY CO., MINNESOTA.
$850—160 acres. Day county, Dakota.
$775—160 acres, Clark county, Dakota.
$1,200—160 acres, Kingsbury county, Dakota.
$650 —160 acres, Brown county, Dakota.
$650—160 acres, Beadle county, Dakota.
$1,280—160 acres. Grant county, Dakota.
$1.500—160 acres, Miner county, Dakota.
$1,800—160 acres, Brookings county, Dakota.
$1,100 —160 acres, Sanborn county, Dakota.
$450 —160 acres, Faulk county, Dakota.
$3 an acre, section, Hughes county, Dakota.
$6 an acre, solid section, Clark county, Dakota
$1,500 each for 30 qrs. in Kingabury Co. Dak!
$1,300 each for 20 qrs. in Day Co., Dakota.
$800 each for 40 qrs. in Spink Co., Dakota.
We buy and sell lands, in all the counties
in North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Ne
braska and Kansas. Largest list; biggest
business. If you want to buy or sell, give
me a call. Speculation in lands just ripe.
I can sell you lands that you can make 50 per
cent on in the next six months. Investigate.
Sectional map of South Dakota and a partial
list of lands mailed to any address for 25
cents. Marcus P. Hobart Land Co., Limited
302-303 Phoenix building.
SITUATIONS WANTED
El MALE "">*V
WANTED— 15 YEARS' EXPERI
ence, as engineer, with license and too la, in
or out city, sober, with reference, . Address
W. H.. Page House, Minneapolis, Minn.
BOOKKEEPER, WITH Al REFERENCES,
wants permanent position with concern that
can pay good wages for good work. Ad
dress H 1024, Journal.
A MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION IN FAM
ily, in or out of Minneapolis, to make himself
thoroughly useful in house or outside; he is
willing to take care of horse and cow. Ad
dress Otto Weil, Hotel Clarendon, Ironwood,
Mich.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Continued.
POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER AND OFFICE
man; five years' experience real estate, insur
ance, loans and collections; fair stenographer
and typewriter^ D 1068, Journal.
WANTED—POSITION AS CHIKTUJCCOWTZ
ant or credit man, by thoroughly competent
man; grain, options and fire Insurance a spe
cialty; beat of references. N 1030, Journal
WAN/TED—POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER^
whole or part time, or a few hour* each
week; can furnish references. H 1032. Jour
nal.
BOOKKEEPER WITH Al REFERENCES
and good habits wants permanent position
as assistant or office. Address F 1032. Jour
nal.
YOUNG MAN OF 20, ATTENDING SCHOOL,
desires office work of some kind for after -
noons. Address O 1032. Journal.
YOUNG MAN, RIGHT FROM SCHOOL,
asking for job; will take anything; am a
salesman, solicitor; try me. H 1033. Journal.
52 FEMALE!
YOUNG GIRL WANTS PLACE TO HELP
with housework in small family. 306 23d
HV S.
DAY WORK WANTEiD BY COMPETENT
woman, washing, cleaning, etc.; satisfaction
guaranteed. Miss Johnson, 13 E 14th at.
GIRL OF 16 WOU.LD LLKE TO LEARN
vest or pants making with tailor; neat sewer.
318 2oth ay N, upstairs.
COMPETENT^HOUSEKEKPER DESIRES A
good family place. Call at 820 12th ay S.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shiDinent by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone^ Main 656, both exchal&es.
FIREPROOF STOR"AGE7"Ne^~Clean~Roomi7
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel Main 20«2 J.
BENZ BROS., transfer and storage; finest
vans and warerooms; goods moved br expe
rienced men. 112 sth st N. Both Tela. BM.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—LUMBER IN EXCHANGE FOR
engines, boilers and machinery of ail kinds.
Address Harris Machinery Co., 1025 Washing
ton ay SE. ______
5g WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay
cast for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co.. 41 Washington ay 8.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from th»
Town Market, 26-27 6th st S. Tel. 1995.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURH.
stoves, buggies and harnesses, and offlo* fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. F 952. Journal.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD.
R. G. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 NlcoUet >y.
WANTED—A SECOND-HAND WINDMILL,
tower and tack, to remove, if good and cheap.
Address X 1058, Journal.
6Q WANTED TO RENT
Wt I make a specialty of renting and l£
IR taking care of all kinds of property, |g
8t managing estates, etc. I can save you •£
X money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New *
X York Life building.
WANTED- FURNISHED ROOM, WITH
barn for one horse. Address X 1032, Journal.
MORE APPLICANTS THAN ROOMS. LIST
lng, 25c. Hurlbut, 440 Andrus building.
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
WANTED—SUGGESTIONS FOR AN APPRO
prite Name—This wonderful tract of 80 acres
lies between Lyndale ay N and Humboldt ay,
and between 36th and 38th ays N. There is
not a poor lot in the whole tract, which will
plat in 480 lots, each 40x128 feet. City water
Is on Lyndale ay; 30 of the lots will face east
on this avenue. The street commissioner is
now grading Fremont ay N, making a very
handsome street; 60 of the lots face this ave
nue. Until you have yourself seen this
ground it is not possible to choose an appro
priate name. You can stand on the suspen
sion bridge, near Union depot, and see a
house built on the corner of 36th and Lyn
dale ay. The land is so high a broad and
commanding view of Shingle Creek and Cam
den Place is obtained from any lot, while
across the river New Brighton looks as dis
tinct as if it was only a few blocks away.
Mail your letters to this office marked ''Name
Contest." All letters will be kept intact and
opened by three well-known citizens (not yet
designated). The best 10 names will receive
a prize of $10 each, and out of the 10 one
"will be chosen.
.Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ay.
want to bWXot!>n~eith£r~aTdrTchT
Bryant, Colfax or Dupont ays S, between
Franklin and 26th st, east front, not less than
50x120 feet; will not pay more than $1,200.
Address, with price and location, R 1030,
Journal.
WE SOLICIT LISTINGS OF REAL PROP
erty for sale or rent; good real estate mort
gage loans; also fire insurance. Central Real
Estate Co., 312 Northwestern buiMing.
HOUSE FOR SALE—293B GARFIELD AY S;
rents lor $lt>; make an offer. We just secured
this property; price $2,000. Make an offer;
rent $16. Hobart. Phoenix building.
CASH PAID FOR DAKOTA, NEBRASKA,
Kansas, Minnesota and Wisconsin lands; mall
descriptions and best price. Marcus P. Ho
bart. 302 Phoenix building.
g3 MINES AND MINING
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS OF THE LILLY,
a great investment. 615 Andrus big., Mpla.
SIX EAGLES STOCK WILL MAKE YOU
rich; only 100,000 shares for sale, 25 cents
per share; will soon pay dividends; best
bank references; nearly all business men
near mines and many laborers in mines are
stockholders; state of Washington shipped
one ton of our ore to Pan-American exposition
and delegates say it is richest in state and
that we have inexhaustible quantity of ore.
Send for prospectus. Six Eagles Mining Co.,
61_Loan__and_Tru»t building.
IF YOU ARE LOOKINGFOR A SAFE BVSU
ness investment, send for our prospectus.
Miller Mining Co., 612-614 Temple Court, Min
neapolis.
COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
MINING COMPANY.
12 mines, lying between Middle-March and
Black Diamond copper mines, In Dragoons,
Cochise county, Arizona. No. 1 shaft on
Copper Chief mine is going down 100 feet
from 200-foot level. The tunnel in Queen of
Copper is in sulphide copper ore. Investors
can join us yet at 25 cents for $1 shares;
$250 tor 1,000 shares; $26 for 100 shares. Share
holders in Duluth iron mines recently bought
50.000 Bhares of Copper Crown of ArUona
stock.
Get into Copper Crown.
Charles F. Potter & Co., investment brok
ers, 425 Ist ay N.
DO^NOtFOOLTAWAY CASH
FOR ONE-CENT TRASH.
"JERICHO"
IS A GOLD MINE.
In Shoshone county, Idaho. We sold Jericho
stock at 5 cents a share; later 10 cents a
share; now, with 75,000 tons of $20 ore in
sight, and stamp mill ordered, we will sell
20,000 shares at 15 cents a share; $150 for
1,000; $15 for 100 shares. Charles F. Potter
& Co., investment brokers, 425 Ist ay N. '
__ MOVING
SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
Dackers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 3d it
S. Telephone Main 666. both companies.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res. Tel. 2234-L.
gg DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE SERVICE; ALL BRANCHES;
secret Inquiry; shadowing; best references.
S. J. McNulty. manager, 208-10 Kasota block.
g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES"
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of •ecoad
band and new machine* in i the northwest.
.You can SEE what you buy and we back up
What we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY. 215-217 South 3d st. Minneapolis.
HOISTING engines, ventilating fans, station*
ary engines, boilers, pumps, heaters, blowers,
dryers, etc. Relchard & Pattee, 309 3d st S.
68Z Ij^?!?i9S?Z
R. B. HOSTETLER.
PENSION ATTORNEY.
Room 307. Boston block. Minneapolis. Minn.
Wt . ' ROBERT WATSON. *
X ■ Notary Public, 306 Boston Block. M
X Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted. M
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74 FURRIERS ~~^~
A. REINER, PRACTICAL FURRIER. 16 9TH
st S; fur work in all branches;: repairing,
storage and insurance at lowest rates through
the summer. •. Telephone 2729-J3. ;
PAiIQUETFLOdRING
PARQUET FLOORS refinished ty expert.
Writs or phone R. V. Hurlbut, 449 Aadrug bl.
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