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TUESDAY EVEOT3FG, AUGUST 6, 1901.
One Cent a Word under any heading. No ad taken for less tKVi 20 cents. Want Page closes at 1 p m Answers and addresses to advertisements strictly private and confidential MORE THINGS GO UP Pickle* and Canned Goods Are Like ly to Advance. Cucumber pickles and canned tomatoes are to be an expensive article of food next year. The canning companies have con tracted for cucumbers in advance and are paying less than the market price, which in high on account of the scarcity. The crop is short this season and the com panies may have to go outside and buy at the high market price. Tomatoes are contracted for In the same way. Last year the price was $1 to $1.50 per bushel, now the tomatoes bring as high as $4. The size of the crop cannot be estimated, but if It proves short and consequent high prices prevail, the jobbers will have to pay more for the canned article. I^^AGENTS WANTED BRIGHT MEN FAMILIAR WITH IN3UR ance can obtain flrst-class contract with us 1577, Journal. . ;.y 2 ANNOUNCEMENTS THE WADE CORSET CO. HAVE REMOVED to their handsome new quarters. 816 Nlcollet. ARK CHAPTER, NO. 53. R. A. M.; WORK", the R. A. degree Aug. S; all chapter Masons are Invited. 4 SUMMER RESORTS! FRONTENAC. LAKE PEPIN, MINN., ONE of the finest 6-acre properties at this famous resort. Jaeger & Torelle. 310 Bk. Commerce. 5 BUSINESS PERSONALS SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES. 90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feely 6 Crocker. 111 Nicollet ay. :■->„-*.>; g BUSINESS CHANCES YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat market; $2o will margin 1.000 bushel* 2 cents. Bend for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix building, Minneapolis. yembere Chambei of Commerce. HOW TO MAKE MONEY: ' Our new book, just issued, tells you how to make from $5 to $20 per day with a small Investment in grain or stocks. Your name on a postal card will bring it Tree. Write to-day. THE COE COMMISSION COMPANY, Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. GOOD CHANCE FOR JEWELER—FIRST cIass repair stand aud outfit for sale Ad dress 103 S. Journal. WANTED-A FRENCH PHYSICIAN IX A lively town; good opportunity. Address 134S Journal. FOR SALE-A STOCK OF GENERAL MER^ chandise, invoicing |3,000, in a good location without competition, store building and dwelling for sale or rent; a good opening. Addr?as 1161, Journal. WANT FURNITURE AND HOUSE FUIT nishings for mining stock which will bear closest investigation. Address 1223, Journal. GET YOUR FURNACE REPAIRED NOW; don't wait until you want to start a fire; re pairs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove Hepair_Co.,_Tel. 161. 312 Hennepin ay. FOR SALE—I7,OOO CUBAN GENERAL MER chandise; 75 cents ou the dollar buys it. Write at once. Box 98, Wilder, Minn. FOR SALE—A DEPARTME~NT IN ONE OF the large department stores; a good -jprfuiiig for some young man; $l,uiw will haulle It. 15S1, Journal. MILLINERY SHOP FOR SALE, TOWN OF 1.7 M Inhabitants; only one other shop in town; nice stock; best of trade and good location. For further particulars address 1862, Journal. FOR SALE—GROCERY STORE; NEW stock, fixtures, new building, doing good busi ness; sickness cause for selling; investigate, if you wish a good business. Address 1596, Journal. FOR SALE—CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, tobacco and fixtures; rooms in the rear; rent $5; sell very cheap. 206 Cedar ay. . FOR SALE~~6R~RENf^A~ FIRST-CLASS butcher shop, at P.ockford, Minn.; tools and everything ready for business; icehouse filled for season; also slaughter-house; easy terms. Address Fred Hauser. Rockford, Minn. FOR SALE—TWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP in northern Wisconsin town; bathroom and water heating plant; shop heated with hot water; 18-year-old stand; for price and par ticulars address F. 8., care R. H. Hegener, Minneapolis, Minn. THREE-CHAIR BARBER SHOP, WITH baths, for sale, in a lively town of 10,000 in habitants. Inquire at R. H. Hegener's, 207 Nicollet ay. PERSON HAVING SMALL OR LARGE sums of money to invest with sure, quick and large returns, with a reliable and honest company, can do so by calling on the super intendent at rooms 516 and 517 Hotel Rich mond. 9th at and Nicollet ay, Minneapolis. MUST SELL MY BUSINESS, ACCOUNT OF business east; pays $2,000 yearly and increas ing; sacrificed: only $400 necessary; ask for interview promptly to secure it. 1687, Jour. WE~~HAVE~OPENINGS~FOR~9Ix"BRAINY men for agency work, who can speak Swedish language. Investors' Syndicate, 1204 Guar anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. WE~HAVE A~GOOD"~BUSINESS~PROPOSI tion for a licensed, reputable physician, who can invest from $300 to $500. Address 1961, Journal. WANTED—AN ACTIVE PARTNER IN THE manufacturing business with $2,000 or 33,000, to increase the business; investigate; this is a great chance for the right party. 19J4, Journal. $150 BUYS FURNITURE AND GOOD WILL of 14-room rooming-house. Drug store to exchange for land. 207 Bank Commerce. *S,OOO~~INVESTMENT~CAN~~BE DOUBLED in 60 days; absolute security, something that you can see; no oil, no mines, no corn, no •wheat deals; come in and see me; keenest in vestigation to those interested solicited. Ho bart. Phoenix buildirg. FO R SALE—OLD ESTABLISHED MEAT market on Main st, on account of health. Ad dress F. M. Connelly, Sauk Center, Minn. ELEVATOR FOR SALE. Sealed bids will be received for the sale of the Farmers' elevator at Osakis. Minn up to Saturday, Aug. 10, at 7 o'clock p. m. The elevator has a capacity of 16,000 bushels. The board of directors reseive the right to reiect any or all bids. For particulars address X S%ore, Secretary, Osakts, Minn. FOR SALE—STOCK OF GENERAL MER cnandise; best farming country In Minnesota; largest store, doing .best business in . the ! town; established twenty years; clean, up-to date stock. Address 2015. Journal. ' . .. • FOR -SALE—OX ACCOUNT OF ILL health, old established well paying dresemak ing parlors. Address 2044. Journal. 7 BUSINESS SPECIALS SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES, ETC.. PER latently removed by electricity. Miss Hoi 'lister. 77-7S Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of th« northwest. .Exclusive specialist. • 3 ~T~"~ BICYCLES FOR [ SALE—CHEAP, TANDEM, DOUBLE diamond, 21-inch frame; almost new; a snap 519 E 15th st. •_ FOR LADY'S HIGH-GRADE Bi cycle, cheap, 19 High st, opposite union depot. FOR SALE—MONARCH WHEEL, EXCEL lent condition: new tire and bearings; runs! easily as new; $7.50 cash. 505 Kaaota bldg. j j[o BOARD AND ROOMS TWO LARGE, WELL FURNISHED ROOMS i In handsome private residence, with break fast and 6:30 dinner; central; private family; gentlemen .only.. 1305, . Journal, — SINGLE' AND D"OUBLE ""ROOMS, WITH board; steam heat: table board at reduced rates tor remainder of summer. • 610 Bth ■f S. •,!t".'r.«;v.*m?'i!;>.,ytr7 ':-'.:v>'.» - 4j ':'■■'.:i- BOARD OFFERED f ;' LARGE FRO^T ROOM. NEATLY FUR- Ulshed; modern house; private family; one block from Bth ay <ar -2637 Columbus ay. 14_^^C^AjR^OJYANTS^^ ADVICE OX BUSINESS AND. LOVE; 20 questions answered by - letter, or personally; price 12c. Lora. box 212. Hastings, Minn. 10 DYEING AND CLEANING TWIN CITT DYK WOHKS -rZ^i PRACTICAL dyers and • French dry cleaner.*; T out-of-town orders solicited; prices moderate]" 420-Nicol let. Telephone 1576. .-,. ■\•■•„••■■-. ■ BURkHARDT <S~BELTS ~~ for ladles are warranted the best wearing and rcost stylist i.i the world. Sold by the lead ing dry good* houses throughout : the coun try. '" Manufactured, by ■M. L. Burkhardt Co.. 508 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis. Minn. * ' . -*% TELEPHONE YOUR "WANTS" W THE JOURNAL WILL TRUST YOU. 17* HAIR DRESSING PARLORS OUR $4.50 CURLY POMPADOURS, $2. SEE our $1 swl hes; worth $2.50. Shampooing, 25c. Face massage, 35c. MME. DE LEO. 495 Syndicate Arcade. 19 __ FINANCIAL ~ WE HAVE A BuOCK. OF EASTERN MONK* to loan at It per coat jn choice residence property. Thorpe broa.. &>& Henuepm ay. • V* TO 6 P_£ CENT _.ONEV. WITH THB "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved property In Minneapolis and Sit. Paul. K. M. Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 00 4Ui si S. Minneapolis. *rrr««V««(«kk* t «**»Wt«W«*+ M MONeTtO LOAN SALARIED PEO- X' X pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- R R able amounts to salaried people hold-. * X ins steady position* with responsible R X concern*, ou easy weekly or monthly * R payments. We conduct our busin«M R R icily confidential. Lowest rales via R R fair treatment guaranteed. Koom 3Ub* "r r bank of Commerce building. R ************ * *»"»*****i****i AT LOWEST KATES- MONEY TO LOAN. R. D. Cone & Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building. MONEY TO LOAN: EASY TERMS; LOW rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building. DO YOU KNOW You can borrow money on your note If you are a SALARIED PERSON and hold a stead* position. CHEAPEST RATES; LONGEST TIME AND EASIEST TERMS. No mortgage or indorser required. No one knows except ourselves. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.. .removed to room 408, fourth floor. N. Y. Life. $100,000 TO" LOAN ON CITY AND FARM property, low Interest. Barnes 8r05.,104 S 4th. LOANS FROM $100 UPWARDS; CITY PROP erty prefer'd; no delay. J.B.Tabour, 124 S 4th. LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS, TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC., without security, easiest terms; forty offices In principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life. MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sums; no delay: see us sure. Gale '&■ Co., N. Y. Life. " SALARY LOANS to EMPLOYES on Plain notes, without security. ( Easier partial payments. Lower rates. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes bloc*. 256 Hennepln ay. Walk up one flight. QUICK LOANS ' TO SALARIED PEOPLE, SAME DAY AS APPLICATION, On jour own name without security or' In dorse*-, 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 essen tion in matters of this nature. Our ctfices are so arranged that you do not come in con tact with other applicants, and you can be waited on privately and quickly. Opw Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9. PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY. 601-602 Globe building. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bldg. $400 WANTED ON RENTAL SECURITY (S2U monthly). Address 1894, Journal. DIVIDENDS A'NDTxTEREST, EARNINGS, on life endowment policies of leading old line companies mailed at request. 50K Guar anty Loan. Minneapolis. $7,000 BELT LINE™ELEVATOR. CO. 6 PER cent bonds. For sale by Minnesota Loan and Trust Co., No. 213 Nlcollet ay. 20 F<>R 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. W« guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case. The Glenwood-Inglewood Co., 313 Hennepin. WOOD, dry, $1.76; 2 loads J2.75; green, $Tu»7 Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lumber Excg. Phone 717 Jl SNAP—SIOO CONCERT GUITAR FOR~S3S! H. Wolfson, 108 Washington ay S. MAWRESSI-FIifAI)E~OVERI HAIR OR moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Kainville Bros., manufactur ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones. PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS. HIGH- Krade hose, screen doors, paints aid oils. J. H. Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay. SECOND-HAND STORE FIXTURES—IOO showcases, 500 counters, shelving, wall casts, 100 refrigerators, cash registers, scales, office furniture, safes, butcher supplies, saloon and restaurant fixtures; 1,000 stoves, from $1 up wards; furniture, pianos, organs, wagons, etc. 1027 Washington ay S. For rent—9oxl7o tent. American Tent and Awning, 125, 127, 129 Ist ay N, Min neapoliß. ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA. fin* condi tion, splendid bargain. Goodyear, 319 Hen'pin. WATC~HES~cieaned~~sl, mainsp7i~ngs~lil; war ranted l_yr. Fisk's. 17 S Wash, JJic. House. GREATEST BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND store and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office partitions, shelvings, counters, chow cases, coffee mills, scales, desks, safes, all descrip tions and sizes; complete watchmakers" lathes, cheap. 223 3d et S. A~FAMILY, LEAVING~THE CITY, WISHES to dispose of their furniture at flat E 529 9th st S. FOR SALE—SET OF PAPER HANGER'S ladders and outfit. 2650 Dupont ay N. BLACK WALNUT~BOOKCASE AND DESK j combined; good order and cheap. 1504 3d ay ' S, flat 6. rear. FOR SALE—MY~ENTTRE"HOIjSEHOLD~EF fects, carpets, bedroom sets, range, etc 1319 2d ay S. FOR~SALE,GOOD SQUARE PIANO, CHEAP. Address 1918, Journal. ONE LARGE TABLE~LAMP7~ONE~HANG ing lamp, nearly new. 2803 Bloomington ay. BELGIAN~HARES, 50c AND~STIEACH, THIS week only. 2803 4th ay S. FOR SALE—NE~W~GASOLENE LAUNCH ON Minnetonka: an elegant little rig, with 20 --foot cedar hull; four-horse Westman engine; complete in every respect. Nickel rails, cork cushions, canvas awning and cover, head light, air cans, anchor, etc. 1937, Journal. YOUNG MEXICAN PA RROTS, CHEAP; German canaries, goldfish. Angora kittens, bird supplies, at Lester's Bird Store, 1713 2d ;,v FREE FOR THE HAULING, GOOD BUILD ing stone. 3d ay N and Washington ay, at sewer ditr^h. FOX TERRIER PUPPIES, VERY FINELY bred; well marked. Also steel range, used four months; one gas range, refrigerator. Call 110_Highland ay. 21 POUNbS"SUGAR7SI, WITH 100 POUNDS flour; 18 pounds sugar, $1, with one pound tea, coffee or five-pound jar. butter. North western Butter Market, 513 Hennepln. A FEW 'SPEC I AI^VVEONESDAy^S66~NEW; Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine, $17; Sing er, $10; White, $5. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. FOR" SALE—BARNrGOOD^I)NDITTONr22x 36, with box stalls, cheap for cash. Also household furflitore. Call 1704 Clinton ay. FOR SALE—TWO"~RArLROAb~TICKEfs~TO St. Louis, good until Oct. 31; a chance to save one fare. 2005. Journal. CITY DIRECTORY FOR 1900; PERFECT condition and almost equal to new directory for general use; $2 cash. 505 Kasota building. WURLITZER SLIDE TROMBONE $15 MAX KOHEN. 327 WASHINGTON AY s'. FOR SALE-NATIONAL CASH REGISTER: Max Kohcu. 227 Washington ay S. FOR RENT 21 IXFIKMSHED HOUSES FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSB advertising under this head. Be euro and call for them when you leave the ad. TEN-ROOM STRTcTLT~MODERN~HOUSE~. three blocks from 4th and Ist ay car lines. I 1606 2d ay S. | SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT j furnace; SE Mplsj_s2o. Room 5, 313 Nicollet. TO RENT—FIVETrOOM'HOUSE, CITY WA ter, cellar, woodshed, chicken house; $14 per i month; vacant 15th. Inquire owner, 267 Du pont ay N, near Western ay. CHADIJOURN &~BRADEN, 21 4th st S, can rent your property su once: reliable tenants. FOR RENT—DESIRABLE EIGHT-ROOM house, with barn; modern except furnace. At 1616 Park ay. Apply 313 Hennepin ay. FOrTrENT—HOUSES~NEAR THE STATE university, interurban car line. Inquire Gould, owner, 315 Ontario st SE. FOR RENT— FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE 316 9th st S. $15. OO FIHMSHED HOUSES DESIRABLE MOBERN FURNISHED house, eight rooms, including piano; from about Sept. 1. Inquire 315 3d ay SE, after 10 a. m. , FOR RENT — MODERN EIGHT-ROOM house, eighth ward, partly furnished, for eight months, to party of adults with refer ence. 2436 Humboldt ay S. OQ . ' rURXISHKD'ROOMS FREE FOB RENT" >r OR "FURNISHED Room"' cards for those advertising under this bead. Be sure and call for them when leav ing the ad. . . ■ _• , WANTED—RELIABLE .. BUSINESS ; MAN, wishing comfortable home," to rent modern flat- with- lady, and "little- daughter. '1363, Joii**l* 1~ --^ ■■-. "• ''.-; '■:':'".: ■*' ■, ."■' ; .■•'""' '"' "'' - :.:■ THE MIJSJNEAPOLIS JOUKIVAL. FOR RENT Continued. FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN, front on Xicollet; finest rooming building in the city. New Albion. 711 Nicollet ay. PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMST FUR uished; porcelain bath; $10. 511 Central ay, flat 12. No light housekeeping. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, ON GROUND floor, suitable for housekeeping. Partly modern; walking distance. 1312 Harmon place. FOR RENT—THREE NICE, COOL, WELL ventilated rooms; house strictly modern; gas, bath, steam heat, telephone. 903 Hennepiu. $S—ONE NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room for rent; gentleman only. 529 6th ay S. FUR~NISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN"; front on Nicollet; finest rooming building in the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay. FURNISHED ROOMS, IN MODERN, steam-heated house; location fine and cen tral. Answer quick. 64 11th st b. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED PAR lor bedroom. In steam-heated flat; strictly modern; with or without board; private fam ily; gentleman preferred. No. 724 sth at 8, flat 1. A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ALCOVE room; detached house, facing Loring park; entirely modern; private family. Address 1353, Journal. FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED LARGE room, modern house; also smaller, for one gentleman, $6; private family, central. SO9 3d ay S. FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms, gas and bath, use of piano if desired. Inquire 2111 Oakland ay. DESIRABLE, CLEAN, WELL-FURNISHED rooms; strictly modern; in adult family; $<S month up. 112 13th st S. PA, UNFURNISHED ROOM* FOUR— 207 12TH ST S, $10; WATER, bath, sewer; to small family. Call 1209 2d ay S, rear corner.: -■■ - ■ ; FOR RENT—FOUR NICE, LARGE ROOMS, on second floor; city water and wet sink. 615 E 19th st. | FOR RENT—TWO FRONT ROOMS, UF stairs, for men. 613% sth st N, $4. Two rooms in central location for dress making, furrier, physician or business use. 424 Nicollet ay, second floor, $25 per month. 25 UNFURNISHED FLATS MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLAT. 332 E 18TH et, second floor. Apply Frank Miller. MODERN FLAT, NO. 1, 1825 9TH AY S; rent reasonable; very desirable. SEVERAL MODERN FLATS, $22.50 TO |30; six and seven rooms. "W. W. Clark, 313 Nic. STEAM-HEATED FLATS, EVERY MOD ern convenience; fine location; good service; very desirable. See janitor, 527 6th ay SE. ALL MODERN, DESIRABLE FLATS FOR rent, from Sept. 1; make your selection now. \V. P. Mealey, 413 Bank of Commerce. VERY DESIRABLE SECOND FLOOR COR ner modern flat, six rooms. 301 3d ay SE. Low_rent_to_adults only; Sept. 1. FOR RENT—SIX-ROOM "FLAT, LEXTngT ton, 69 11th st S; one-half rent for August. Inquire C. W. Hooker, 13 3d st S. FLATS—IN THE~KEARSARGE; FIVE, SIX and seven rooms; sth st and 15th ay SE, near university. Como car line. Inquire janitor, or Gould, 315 Ontario st SE. A FEW VERY CHOICE, NEW, FOUR AND seven-room apartments for rent. 2818 and 2820 Ist ay S. Ready for occupancy Aug. 15. These are among the finest and best-built flats in the city. Terms, etc., see Henry Parsons, builder, on premises week nights from 6to 9 p. m. Building will be illu mlnated during those hours. THOROUGHLY MODERN SIX TO NINE- room steam-heated flats from $27.50 to $40, in Gayne'r block, 1726 9th ay S; Lincoln Court, 920 E 19th st; Ashmore, 318 6th avSE. Ed wards & Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan. 97 OFFICES OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicoliet. Inquire room U. - ■ OFFICES FOR RENT OVER HOFFLIN'S drug store-. Apply at the store. ■ —_ __ _____ OH store;. ALL KINLS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE BROS.. 258 HENN AY. FOR RENT—CORNER GROCERY STORE, brick block, 1228 Washington ay S, $25. Store, 1222 Washington ay S, $10. ■: : Shop for carpenter or repairing, 237 10th ay S. $8. .'.... ••.• „•- ! Shop for any kind of repairs, $5. 217 Ist St X. _____ ; ■■■■-.• 31 HELP WANTED—MALE WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 Sd st S. YOUNG MEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS AT the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d st S, diagonally opposite postofflce. Enter now. SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 50c: pants recut into style or bicycle pant*. 76c; suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. Aa thony the Tailor. US Washington *▼ N. A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegeli. MEN WANTED AT C. A. SMITH LUMBER I Co. plant, corner 4th ay N and Lyndale; take Camden car. WANTED—FIFTY HARVEST HANDS, ON the Lincoln farm, at Garden, N. D. Will pay going wages. BUTCHERS WANTED—TWO ALL-AROUND men; steady employment; good wages. Must come well recommended. F. T. Fox, Devils Lake, N. D. BARB~ER7wANTED— A GOOD, SOBER BAR ber; young man preferred; $13 per week; steady job. R. E. Anderson, Marshall, Minn; printers and pressm:en~lvanted= To know that "Waterless" roller composition is the best. Try it. Fred J. Burucker, sole manufacturer, 384 Minnesota st, St. Paul, Minn. WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED CARPET layer; one who can make shades and hair mattresses. French & Bassett, Duluth, Minn. MOULDERS AND" HELPERS WANTED~Tf Diamond Iron Works. WANTED—MACHINiSTSi THREE GOOD floor and vibe hands. Address P. O. Box 313 Detroit, Mich. WE HAVE REMOVED TO 249 6TH AY S; shirts Be, collars and cuffs lV>c, underwear 6c; rough dry 25c per dozen: flat pieces ironed; flat work 40 pieces 50c. Collyer's Steam Laundry, Tel. 2295 J. WANTED—YOUNG MAN~I7 OR 18 YEARS of age for offlce work. Address 1794, Journal. WANTED—FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS clerk and decorator, for general store in North Dakota. Scandinavian preferred, though not particular about it. Position permanent to right man. Apply or write with photograph, to F. Stokes, at Lindeke, Warner & Schurmeier's, St. Paul, Minn between Aug._s_and 10. WANTED—TEN~GOOD BRICKLAYERS BY Boyd & Gilbert, Bemldji, Minn.; long'job; 60c to 60e per hour; railroad fare refunded. Get excursion rates. WANTED—BRIGHT BOY OF ABOUT 16 years, for offlce boy. Answer in own hand writing, giving age and references. 1849, Journal. WANTED—TWO GOOD HUSTLERS; COUN try work; excellent opportunity; rapid pro motion for right men; experience unneces sary. Address postofflce box 2. YOUNG MAN WANTED—ABOUT 18 OR 20 years old, with some experience in butcher business; Polish preferred. Fiynn & Hur ley, 607 Marshall st NE. WANTED—TEN NONUNION CARPENTERS. 200 Harvard st SE. T. E. Louis. BOY OR YOT'NG MAN FOR GENERAL services. Odin Club, 13 7th st S. See house committee, 7p. m. Bring references. WANTED—TO BUY GOOD~BICYCLE. TOT Sykes block, 250 Hennepin. John Mattson. Call, afternoons preferred. WANTED—MEN TO TAKE ORDERS FOR portraits. Call on Mrs. Bennett, 143 Lyndale ay N. ANY PERSON WHO WILL DISTRIBUTE circulars for $3 daily should address Stand ard' Co., 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady position; no canvassing. MAN TO TAKE CARE OF TWO HORSES and rigs; references required. Call at 1937 Park ay. WANTED^~SCANDINAVIAN MAN TO work in livery barn. 813 13th ay S. WANTED—A BOY, ABOUT 17, TO DELIVER and assist in a grocery store; board and room with employer. Address 1958, Journal. WANTED—GOOD UNION CARPENTE^sT steady work all winter to right men. T P. Healey, 3115 2d ay S. . WANTED—A YOUNG MAN WITH EXPERI ence in real estate business, handling of city property and farm lands. It might re quire a little cash. Scandinavian preferred. Call at 503 Russell ay N. WANTED — TEMPERATE, ENERGETIC man to buy half interest in established and paying real estate and business chance office. 1952, Journal. WANTED—A YOUNG MAN FOR SODA fountain. Cirkler, 602 Nicollet ay. YOUNG MAN—A COURSE OF STUDY AT The Munson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan building, will fit you for a remunera tive position. We will help you get It. 3]^ HELP WANTED--MALE Continued. WANTED—A GOOD. STRONG BOY, ABOUT 18 years old, to help in well and cistern work. 2731 Bth st S. WANTED—BLACKSMITH HELPER, IN carriage shop. 200 Ist st N. WANTED — MAN TO TAKE CARE OF horse and lawn. Call_2o7_Nicollet ay. WANTED—YOUNG MEN, HANDY WITH tools, to do lathing and shingling. Apply at new building, 2851 Oakland ay. MEN FOR DIGGING POTATOES; GOOD wages. Call to-night or early in the morn ing at 3954 Portland ay. WANTED—AT ONCE, A GOOD PRINTER; must be sober and honest; good job for right man; state lowest wages. Address with ref erences, M. B. Chllds. Bird Island, Minn. PLUMBERS, AT ONCE; TRREE MORE non-union plumbers; $4, eight hours. W. W. ■Sykes, 613 Hennepin ay. ADVERTISING SOLICITOR—ONE OF ABIL~ lty and experience can work several days monthly in connection with other business 530 Kaeota building. TWO CLERKS WANTED—ONE FOR DRY goods department and one for hardware de partment; we want young men; do not want to hear from only experienced men; when writing state where you have worked, how long In each place, what nationality,' age, whether married or single, and wages ex pected. Strain Bros., Great Falls, Mont PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT TO MEN OF good address; a good seller for good talkers; every man and woman wants it. W rrite Standard Registry Co., 531 Andrus building. WANT FIRST-CLASS GENTS'~FURNTsH^ Ings salesman; must be man of good charac ter and familiar with the line. Call 540 Lum ber Exchange. WANTED 7AT ONCETcOATMAKER AND bushelman; steady work and good pay T Beaudette. Bemidjl, Minn, WANTED—GOOD PAINTERS~AND FURNl ture finishers.- 110 7th st S. WANTED—YOUNG MAN~TO LOOK AFTER nwarehouse and assist in office of logging and railroad operators; steady work to right party. Address, stating age and experience, giying reference, No. 2025, Journal. WANTED—GOOD CABINET" MAKER AND an all-around machine man. M. C. Burr Power building, Nicollet Island. WANTE D—TWO~BOYS,~I6~Y EARS OLD, TO learn moulding and frame trade. Bintllff Mfg. Co.. 417 Ist ay S. WANTED, GOOD ACTIVE PARTY (EITHE~R SEX) TO TAKE ORDERS FROM CONSUM ERS AND REPRESENT US IN E \CH TOWN WITHIN 200 MILES; $15 TO* $25 WEEKLY COMMISSIONS EARNED JAVA COFFEE CO., COFFEE AND TEA IMPORTERS 58 SEVENTH ST S. WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE clerk for country Job. Apply Janney, Semple, Hill Co. OVR SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS, ON COM mission, are averaging ?15 a week plus board and expenses. We can use ten more like them all fall. References required. We cover Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, lowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas; 56,000 circulation now; want 100,000; great premiums; easy work. Some agents make nearly double above profit. Experience not necessary;,hon est hustle all that is needed. Northwestern Agriculturist, Guaranty building. WANTED—FIFTEEN OR TWENTY GOOD carpenters for hardwood finishing and inside work. Union men only. Apply at comer Grant st and Spruce place, or Yale Realty Co., 101 Bank of Commerce building. WANTED—A MAN TO WORK WITH TWO horse team, hauling dirt, sand, etc. Must take care of team. 37 6th st S. BRIGHT YOUNG "MAN—TO SELL THE AT" tractice guide and hand book, "Dictionary of Minneapolis." You can make $5 a day easily. 505 Kasota_ building. SHOEMAKER WANTED—FOR REPAIRS" steady job. 1327 Main st NE. WANTED—FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN, WHO have been successful in selling safes, type writers or cash registers. One who is pros perous and not affected by hard times. Splendid position for right party. Address IS3O, Journal. W ANTE D—T HRE E FIRST-CLASS BOOK salesmen. Brand new proposition; high commissions; new plan entirely. For full particulars call on Frank D. Killian, 43 4th st S, third floor, over Pioneer Fuel Co. WANTED—ONE SALESMAN FOR TWIN" cities and two to travel duttlde. Applicants must be well recommended and have a good reputation for being hustlers. Address 1944, Journal. YOUNG MAN, WITH SOME EXPERIENCE on lathe and vise work. Also a strong boy for general work. Moore Carving Machine Co. ■ 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALB : 1 YOUNG WOMEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS at the Minnesota School of Business. 54 3d st 8, diagonally opposite postofflce. Enter now. SEWING GIRLS, AS WE'LL AS EXPERl enced operator*, can find steady employment making shirt waists and wrappers on power sewing machines; best pay in the city. Ster ling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d at, second floor, Heywood building. 1 WANTED—AT ONCE, FOUR DINING-ROOM girls, one second cook, at New Freeborn Ho tel, Albert Lea, Minn. B. C. Morse, Prop. WANTED— MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOR light housework. J. J. McGregor, 104 Hen i nepin ay. ..: . •, - •■.. ... | WANTED— LADY BOOKKEEPER. Must be competent and accurate. Address, giving references, experience and salary 188 by Journal. • ■ WANTED— LADY TO ACT AS STE-" nographer, cashier and assist in general office work. Must be honest and accurate. Ad dress, stating qualifications, references ana salary, 1887, .Journal. ... SPECIAL RATES WHILE SECOND NEW building is going up. Largest business, shorthand, telegraph school in America. Day and evening school. Caton College, 620 Hen nepin ay, Minneapolis. WANTED—LADY ASSISTANT; REASON able salary and expenses. Also one for so liciting and collecting; $12 per week Ad dress 1875, Journal. WANTED—A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR kitchen work in boarding-house. 1102 6th st 's: ■ v.y-.;,■-.■ ■ ■ ■■..■ .-■ • ... • GOOD COOK FOR LAKE. CALL 21 10TH st S, between 2 and 4 p. m. GOOD NURSE GIRL FOR LAKE. Call 21 10th st S, between 2 and 4 p. m. WANTED—A KITCHEN GIRL, AT 429 4TH ay SE. " .". ... STYLISH DRESSES MADE—THIN DRESS ; es, $1.50; shirt waists, 50c; latest skirts $1.50; | Eton-jackets. $2. 90" sth ay 8. ■ ■ \ WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Two in family; easy wont, i 927 13th ay S. second flat. ,-. . EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM GIRLS. Also kitchen help. At the Golden Star res taurant, 114 3d st S. SORES, CHAPS, WINDBURN, ALL PAIN ful, irritating skin afflictions, quickly cured by Satin-Skin Cream. 25c. - , YOUNG LADY-STENOGRAPHIC HELP was never in such demand as now, and the demand is certain to increase. Why do you not attend The .vtunson Shorthand Institute, Guaranty Loan building, and, be fitted for a remunerative position. ■ ■ SECOND GIRL AT 1400 PARK AY. "—' WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral housework in family of three adults 40 Royalston ay. .■■■•■■ ■■■ -. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; three in the family: good wages. 2712 Blalsdell ay. - ' / WANTED— GIRL, 10 TO 15 YEARS old, to assist with housework. 1412 2d ay S. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework; small family. Mrs. Woolan 3540 Ist ay 3. _ ■ , '. .■■■..■ , : .. - WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work. • 2409 Garfield ay. *■ •. ■ EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON POWER machines. Also good sewers. Good wages; steady work and cool place to work. Edel man & Co., 110 Ist ay N. • WANTED— LADY DEMONSTRATORS on easy work, to canvass Minneapolis; pay salary; no commission. Address 2002. Jour nal. -■.■-: , . -.;..• -.. ■• i WANTED—GOOD, COMPETENT NURSE girl. Call at 1800 Humboldt ay S. WANTED—AT ONCE, SMART SEWING" girl. Apply Raussie Millinery Co., 647 Mon roe st ,NE. . ' .- -y ■ v ■:--. :■-,..,. .:. .■ ■ -, WANTED—GOOD, ACTIVE GIRL, ABOUT 15, assist housework. 112 13th st S. WANTED— FOR - GENERAL HOUSE work; family of two; flat. F. W. Guilbert 637 E 18th st. '•■•;■ - WANTED—A V COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework, $5 per week; two in fam ily; references. 3145 2d ay S. ;; ; , .':):: 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE i NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUQOIE9, wagons,' surreys, phaetons. ■ rubber ■ tired run* •bouts; new work exchanged for old; - all kinds of harnesses. Cash or time. 414 3d at 8. FOR SALE— TWO-SEAT, COLUMBUS company make;: cheap : for cash. ? - Call • after 6p.m. if i you i want ■a. ' bargain. 1825 ■ Qirard afS. , • ' :■.■/•'.;; ', , - , 33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE Continued. $45 TAKES PAIR PONIES WEIGHING 900 each; drive single or double; not afraid; sell separate. 2642 Clinton ay. SIX HEAVY WORK HORSES, HARNESS and wagons for sale cheap. Owner going away. Call Wednesday at 2209 29th ay 6. i AM GOING AWAY AND MUST SELL MY pony, harness and buggy; all in good condi tion. Look it up. A big snap. Address 1101 Lincoln st NE, corner Broadway. $35 BUYS GOOD~WOR~k~HORSE~SOUND; works single or double. Also small driving mare. Extra good drivers, at your own price. 531 Colfax ay N. A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HORSE, SOUND; will sell or exchange for gentleman's driver. 1344 Ist ay S. FULL LINE OF SECOND-HAND LANDAUS. Prices from $100 up. Also several good cheap hearses and broughams. H G. Goos man, 12-14 E Grant st. FOR SALE OR TRADE—GOOD PAIR OF ponies and harness, large size. Also cheap horse. 2014 17th ay S. FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN, GOOD RUB ber-tired top buggy. Also light double drlv- Ing harness. 3301 Grand ay. , FOR SALE — CHEAP^ FULL-BLOOD Percheron stallion. Also Llewellyn setter dog, 1 year old. Address box 34«, Jackson, Minn. SACRIFICE SALE—7-YEAR-OLD BAY driver; 1,000 pounds; fat. 1,100-pound horse, $20. Good express wagon, $18. Old buggy and harness, $10. Fine top buggy, $35. Fine setter, from pedigreed stock, $10. All at half value. 620 2d ay S. FOR SALE—A HEAVY WORK "TEAM, HAR nesses and wagons. Call at once. 2629 16th ay S. $200 TAKES A GOOD WORK TEAM, 6 AND 7 years old; weight, 2,600. Call at 2024 4th st N. 34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D CAVALRY HORSES WANTED. 300 head of cavalry horsee wanted at Bar rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., for the United States gov ernment; they nrast be sound, stand 15% to 16 hands high, weigh from 950 to 1,150 and from 4 to 8 years old; bring in your horses and get your high price for them. WANTED-TO PURCHASE A TEAM, GOOD roaders, weight about 2,300 lbs. Address 1628 Journal. WANTED—TO PURCHASE A GENTLE horse, suitable for lady. Also good harness and cheap buggy for lake use. Postoffice box 500. 36 LOANS AND CHATTELS PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con fidential. Harris & Goldstein. 238 lat ar 8. LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLI" cation, 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. LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-half the usual rates. Monthly Install •ment Loan Co.. 826 Guaranty Loan. OUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE, Duinos, etc., without removal; easy payments, cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne sota Mortgage Lffaa Co., room 306, Bank of Commerce building, cor. Ist ay S and 4th st. RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg. PRIVATE LOANS AT 504-6 GUARANTY building; small or large amounts of furniture, pianos or any good security; confidential; ecsy monthly payments. 37 LOST AND FOUND LOST—BUTCHER'S DAY BOOK, BETWEEN 633 6th ay N and 2641 Dupont ay N. Please return to either number. LOST—A LORGNETTE, MARKED BERRY. Finder will please leave same at 2648 Henne pin ay and receive reward. LOST—AT LAKE JOHANNA, A GENTLE man's silk umbrella, silver plate on end; ini tials, D. L. S. Return to 1400 3d st NE for reward. LOST—BRAN NEW DARK GRAY VEST, either on 10th st or 3d ay S. Return to Custom Laundry, 112 6th st S. Reward. I LOST— GOLD~~NUQGEf ~~STICK~PIN: ~RE^ turn for reward to Miss Rose Kane, Hotel Clinton. LOST—IN POSTOF~FICE, AT STAMP OF fice, black silk umbrella; silver and ivory handle, monogram M. 8., Aug. 12, 1896. Please return for liberal reward, 400 2d ay S, flat B, second floor. LOST—GOLD WATCH AND FOB, WEST Hotel toilet-room, Monday. Return H. L. Knappen, Minneapolis Journal, for reward. LOST—PHOTOGRAPH. IN ENVELOP, taken by Brush; owner's name on envelop; please leave 724 E 16th st or 530 Lumber Ex change. LOST—POCKETBOOK, NEAR CEDAR AND Washington ays S, containing valuable pa pers and notes. Please return to Journal for reward. LOST—AT MINNEHAHA, BLACK BEADED bag, containing pair of glasses and pocket book, with small amount of money. Leave at Journal office. 39 MEDICAL ELITE BATH PARLrORS. 628 HENNEPIN ay: porcelain tuba; massage, cabinet and medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. $500 REWARD—DR.TAYLOR'S TANSY PEN ryola English Female Regulating Pills, the la dies' friend and priceless boon; they are the original and only genuine; are safe and al ways reliable; never fail. Mailed anywher* for $1. Sold at all drug stores. Charles A. Drefs, Mfg. Chemist. Buffalo. N. Y. PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 "YEARS' SPEC ialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet, mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis. OUR NEW BOOK SENT FREE, SEALED, fully illustrated; treats of all conditions of men; tells how to attain "Perfect Manhood." Should be in the hands of every male adult Address ERIE MEDICAL CO., "Book Dept." Buf falo, N. Y. MRS. DR. F. McKAY, REMOVED FROM 620V6 to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths. 41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY^ WE TRANSACT A GENERAL RiBAL ES etate business, but make a specialty of Lake Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger fc TorePe. 310 Bank of Commerce. 43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ~ FOR SALE—SOO PIECES 2x12-IS, 100 PIECES 2xlo-18, large quantities other sizes and lengths; perfect condition; $11 per thousand. Also matched lumber and timber, $9 and $10 Hiawatha ay S and 28th st. Cedar ay car. 44 PERSONAL ~~~ DR. B. SHEPARD HAS REMOVED HEP. office to 620 ft Nicollet. Telephone 1892-J2. Residence, South 863 LI. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 0 p. m. T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL diseases of women; all irregularities cor rected; private home for women before and during confinement; new book 25c, all you need to know. Office, 27 4th at S. third floor. LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR 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, H, C. 812, 167 Dearborn_st,_Chicago : dr. hartelYn"'sTelectric skinHtight- ener Is an infallible cure for flabby, baggy tissues under eyes, chin and all relaxed con ditions of the face; rejuvenates the skin, re news the appearances of youth and erases wrinkles absolutely; price $1; for sale by Mrs. Etta M. Brotherton, S2U Nicollet ay. FEMALE DISEASES CURED By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men struation successfully treated. Office, Globe building, EXAMINATION FREE. I A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores natural color, prevents gray ness. 60c. Voegell. ' HAIR AND SCALP REMEDTES^ Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecza matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the day their use has begun. Send stamp for particulars or 50c for trial course. O. K. Chance, 680 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis, Minn. WE PAY CASH for old gold and silrer. Leber's Jewelry Store, 213 Hennepln. LADIES. Bradley's Face Wash removes moth, tan, freckles and pimples; 25c; sale Donaldson's, Olson's, Minneapolis Dry Goods. Agents ap ply to Mrs. Bradley, 267 Dupont ay N, nea» Western. FADE AWAY, CLEANS OUT BEDBUGS.' guaranteed; at druggists, department stores. WILL~ROBERT WOODST~FORMERLY~AT 800 Nicollet ay, please communicate with H. A. Campbell at Tracy, Minn. F. C—IF YOU WILL COME HOME OR tell where you are. you will help us in trou ble. L. S. The Journal's Daily Puzzle FIND HIS COMPANION. 44^_ w _PERSONA£ "Continued. THE FOWLER ELECTRICAL TREATMENT Electricity -is the cure' for nervousness and nervous prostration, insomnia, restlessness, anxiety, depression of mind, exhaustion upon awakening in the morning, loss of appetite, impaired digestion, great languor and grad : ual falling of strength, -when th-e nerves be come so weakened that trembling follows the slightest shock or excitement. This is what ,is termed EXHAUSTED NERVOUS VITAL ITY. These are dangerous Bymptoms and should be attended to without delay In order to ward off complete prostration. Electricity consti tutes the chief alemeots of vital force of the brain and body. Health, VITALITY AND HUMAN ELECTRICITY ARE IDENTICAL, therefore electricity Is life. In the human being the evidence of a lack of electricity is seen in what is known as HEART FAILURE; a large portion of all deaths are due to a low electrical state; when there is a lack of natural electricity in the body, outward applicatious are the most nat ural and most restorative. When applied to disease, electricity goes right to the seat of disease, promoting circulation, secretion and excretion, and inducing chemical changes during the processes of digestion, nutrition and assimilation and restoring the patient to a healthy condition. THE FOWLER SYSTEM of applying elec tricity is independent of all others and is a positive cure for disease. Consultation free. Ladies only. Mrs. Etta M. Brotherton, 820 Nlcollet ay. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—PIANO, VOCAL. Special trial term will be given five persons; 50 private lessons, $5. Apply immediately. Minneapolis School of Music, 412 Nicollet ay, fifth floor. NO OINTMENT, SALVE OR GREASE IS half as pleasant to use for sores, burns, chafing and skin irritation as dainty Satin- Skln Cream. Only 25c. SAM BATES—CALL ¥&R TRUNK LEFT AT 241 3d ay N within 10 days or it will be sold. Mrs. A. H. LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take do other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re lief for Ladies" In letter by return mail; at druggists. Chiche3ter Chem. Co.. Phila., Pa. 45 PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAMSON * MERCHANT (JAMES F. Williamsaa and Frank D. Merchant), patent attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929 --835 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis Minn.: branch office, room 52. McOill build ing. Washington, D. C. REAL ESTATE—FOfTsALE~ 47 IMPROVED W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET, issue a rental bulletin and real estate list every Monday. Call or send and get one. MY CATALOGUE OF HOUSES FOR SALE is very complete. Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ac. ST. ANTHONY PARK—NEW NINE-ROOM all modern house, large lot, high ground, trees, hot water heat, beam ceiling, ornamen tal hardwood flnieh; only $3,200. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet. FOR SALE—II-ROOM, MODERN HOUSE; fine shade trees and lawn; cheap If taken within ten days; corner University and 27tn ay SE, near state university; 5-cent car fare to either city. Call owner, on premises. FOR SALE— FINEST ALL MODERN 12-room residence on the North Side, inside Plymouth ay, with or without the most ele gant furnishings, at a price that is hound to aell it within 60 days. E. Eichhorn & Sons, 4^ Washington ay 8, city. - ■ ■ FOR SALE—BARGAIN TO CLOSE ESTATE, corner- lot, three houses; well rented; Bth st SB. Stanley, 1050 14th ay SE. , ; SUNNYSIDE - DISTRICT; SIX-ROOM cottage; cellar, city water, furnace, . bath, gas and fixtures, hardwood below, shades, ■ etc.; fine decoration; everything complete and a bargain. Do not delay. Lane & Conrad Co., 513 Phoenix. „ ' ■ : $2,250— ROOMS AND BATH, MODERN" except heat; eighth 1 ward. A snap, $800, eight-room house and barn. Other bargains. Walker & Smith, 404 Century building. $I,SOO—NINE- MODERN HOUSE ON Sheridan ay near 24th ay N; no old shell, but well-built house In good condition. "'Bruner, 214 Kasota block. •-.-; :•■.'" .---.. 4g UNIMPROVED LOTS IN WALTON PARK ARE SELLING rapidly. They are the cheapest lots to-day in North Minneapolis. Call for .plats and price lists. ■ . * .'..., EDMUND G. WALTON, 300_Hennepin ay. OnTSoO FOR BEST VACANT LOT IN » P Sunnyside, on Aldrich ay S, inside 6 i & 22d st. Lot is east front, three feet ' $ £ above grade, all street Improvements & ! 6 in and paid for. A big snap at that & 8 price. F.J.Perclval, 806 Guaranty bldg. # 4Q .' FARM LAX Dit[ .; ; ,-- .. ■ DO YOU WANT 160 ACRES CHOICE DA kota land? Best and cheapest land to be had to-day. Homestead. Call on or write Seymour Granger, Valley City. N. .D. : '." . • TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE—32O ACRES OF good prairie land in township 117, range 49, on the border line of Minnesota, where crop failures were never known; cash price, $15 per acre. Address Lock Box 139, Harr'a, lowa. ■ ■ '-■ -• , , - .., .. .• . : WRIGHT COUNTY—BO ACRES, IN TOWN 121, range 25, near Monticello, 63 acres under plow, 17 acres meadow and patsure; six room house; barn, 18x28, with two additions, 14x28; new granary, worth $200; machine shop, worth $100; bughouse, henhouse, corn crib and workshop; well, windmill and.tanks; one mile from school. Price * $2,700 (a). Franklin Benner, 603 Phoenix building. MAPLE PLAIN—AN 80-ACRE FARM, NO buildings, 40 acres cultivated, 15 acres good meadow, 20 acres hardwood timber; price, $2,600. Possession given at once. GEO. H. MILLER, 330 Lumber Exchange. FOR SALE—IBO ACRES, 25 MILES FROM Minneapolis; 75 under cultivation; 55 acres meadow, from which 150 tons of hay were cut last year; 30 acres hardwood, maple; every foot of land tillable. R. M. Carter, 205 Bank of Commerce. MAPLE PLAIN—THE BEST 80-ACRE FARM IN HENNEPIN COUNTY. Eight-room bouse, and a good one; new barn, Icehouse and creamery combined; gran ary, poultry-house, hoghouee, machine shed, windmill and tank; good brick cistern; 40 acres under cultivation; 16 acres meadow, 25 acres timber and pasture; bumper crops this season; price, $3,200. GEO. H. MILLER, 330 Lumber Exchange. $10 ACRE, 800 ACRES, CHOICE STOCK land, on fine lake, Wright county, five milea from Annandale. $23 an acre, 67 acres, Min netonka, wild land. $1,250, 40 acres. Ex celsior, mile and half from poatofflee. To exchange, 160 acres clear DiCKey county, North Dakota; NE 34-130-64, for clear lots, eighth ward; value of land, $1,000. We buy, sell and exchange lands, houses, town and country real estate; match any exchange M. P. Hobart, 302 Phoenix building. 280 ACRES PRAIRIE LAND IN KANDI yoht county, in section S-119-36; price $21 per acre; easy terms; ten quarters in Day county. South Dakota. H. T. Daniels, Gar retson, S. D. 640 ACRES, SUITABLE FOR STOCK FARM; choice land; $3.50 per acre; easy terms. A •nan. B. M. Hunsrarford. Aitkin. Minn. One (Sent a Word under any heading. No ad taken for less than 20 cents. Want ads received from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. for insertion any day desired. Want ads for insertion the same day must be in before 1 p. m. 50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE EXCHANGE OR SELL—WHAT HAVE YOU to trade for 280 acres of choice farm land, on railroad, in Oregon? Will take real or per sona] property. J. W. Campbell. 833 Bank of Commerce building. SITUATIONS WANTED 51 HALB A YOUNG MAN OF 19 WOULD LIKE A PO aition with some well established firm, wh«r« there is a chance for advancement; good ref erences. Address 1370. Journal. YOUNG MAN DESIREiT~POSITION AS stenographer. Understands bookkeeping; experience more an object than salary. Would leave city. Address 1572, Journal. MIDDLE-AGED MAN, W TELL POSTED OX grain and well acquainted with methods, etc., of Minneapolis grain trade, wants position either with company operating country houses or as solicitor for first-class commis sion house. Address 1718, Journal. POSITION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER OR general clerk by Scotchman with 12 years' experience; not afraid of work. Address 1819, Journal. STENOGRAPHER, FIVE YEARS' EXPERI enoe, fair knowledge of bookkeeping, desires position; best references. Address 1880, Jour nal, WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, POSITION in some private family; understands care of horses, cows and lawn. Address 1928, Jour nal. WANTED—BY GENTLEMAN, A POSITION as bookkeeper and stenographer, for board. C. H. Dennett, 226 Lumber Exchange. SITUATION* WANTEiD—BY A GERMAN and Scandinavian drug clerk; four years' ex perience; good reference; cai. do prescription work. Address Box 70, Springfield, Minn. £2 FEMALB WASHING AND IRONING CALLED FOR, delivered; first-class work on waists, dresses, children's clothes; send postal. Mrs. Blll'ff, 418 6th ay S. Telephone 3291 Jl. • A LADY DESIRES SOME LIGHT WORK A few hours each day. Address 1993, Journal. 53 STORAGE THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO. has unequaled facilities for moving and stor ing household goods; packing for storage and shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South 8d st. Telephone, Main 666, both exchange. FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Room*. REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel Main 8062 J. 5Q WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay cash 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 the Towp Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993. CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS made up for Pacific coast points, making a big saving In freight. Parties moving to the coast should not fail to consult us. , Tie Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S. WANTED— SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. stoves, buggies and harnesses and office fur niture, for shipment; pay more than local dealers. A 1101, Journal. ■ WANTED— 10-GAUGE DOUBLE-BAR reled shotgun. Address 1885, Journal. WANTED — SECOND-HAND CYLINDER hand organ or street piano. ~ T. H. Field, Loveland, Wlb. ■ ■■■ .; . : ■■■ gO WANTED TO RENT MSSSiSS ftgSSSSSSSBeBS2S2BSS?BSSBSSSSBSBBBB BSSSBSB| Si WE HAVE A CONSTANT DEMAND § & WE HAVE A CONSTANT DEMAND 3 *» for modern houses, flats and stores. Zi %i List your property with us for prompt Si Zi rental. ■ , Jj 5* THORPE BROS., $ S*.-' 258 Hennepin Avenue. ; :' » KSB»BaBSB^»BWBWigBWBBSgSa S3888&! WANTED—TO RENT FURNISHED PLAT or house, 5 or 6 rooms; best care; will tak» at once or about Sept. 1. Address 1473, Jour nal. ■ ■,- ■..■. WANTED—A FURNISHED ROOM BY THE month by young man who is out of the city about two-thirds of the time; must be cen ; trally located in best part of city; would pre fer strictly first-class private residence; ref erences exchanged. Address E. S. H., care Nlcollet House. ' WANTED—FOUR OR FIVE UNFURNISHED rooms, modern, with or without heat; house or flat; small, desirable family. Address 1933. Journal.' WANTED—SEPT. 1, 6 OR 6-ROOM MODERN flat; three adults; state location and price. Address 1933. Journal. WISH TO~RENT HOUSED NOT PARTICU lar about it being modern. Rent not over $10. Either on Ist or 4th ay lines. 1975, journal. WANTED—SEVEN OR EIGHT-ROOM MOD ern house, eighth ward preferred; long lease desired; will give bast of references; three In family. 2U07. Journal. WANTED—TWO OR THREE FURNISHED rooms with use of piano, by three young men; walking distance of business district. 2045, Journal. Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE WANT HOUSE AND LOT BETWEEN 6TH ay and 20th ay N and sth st and Dupont ay; will pay $2,500 to $3,000. George Odium, Phoenix building. I WANT TO BUY A. SEVEN OR EIGHT room house, with cuy water. What bare you to sell on small payments? Robt. Mc- Intosh, 3103 Cedar ay. (32 ¥elgian"hares FOR SALE—FINE BREED PEDIQREHD Belgian hares, from $1 per pair up. Telephone South 549 Jl. 8. S. Dunn, 46 st and' Chicago. g4 DETECTIVE BUREAU HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUBl ness strictly confidential; expert service only. Very best references. 514-515 Phoenix bulld ing. Telephone Main 44. SAFES. BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN err moved; household goods moved aad stored or packed for shipment by expert packers. Boyd Transfer & Fuel Co., *i Sd st S. Telephone Main 6M. both companies. THE M. P. D. DISLfVERS PACKAGES IN the city, 10c, and St, Paul 15c. Merchants" Package Delivery, 15 7th st 8. Tel. 1626, call 1. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE— Furniture muvtd, stored, packed, shipped; best facilities; largest and finest transfer Tans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res. TeL 33M-U g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of second hand and new machines In the northwest You can SEE what you buy and we back oi What we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY COMPANY, 216-317 South 3d si. Mlnaeapolii A. REINER, PRACTICAL FURRIER, 15 »TH st 8; fur l work In all branches ; all kinds of fine fur garments fitade -to order ath ia moatb at reduced price*. Telephone 272*-J8- 9