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WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10, 11.
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
..... Continued.
BALANCE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, IN
cluding bedroom suits, dining table, Steinway
piano, ingrain and Brussels carpets, parlor
tables, feather pillows, Stewart cook stove;
and dishes, cheap; must be sold quick. 3411 i
Irving ay N. -.:•> ■*: •
THIS WEEK—FRESH EGGS, lie; DAIRY '
butter, 13-180; fancy separator, 20c; full-1
cream cheese, 8c; good flour, $1.50. New But- i
Ur Store. 404 Ist ay S. - j
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
•a in her house if she doesn't want them. |
'Klll-em-all" powder cleans them out; 60c !
per box at grocers and druggists. Convincing ,
testimonials on each box.. j
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND SEWING '
machines;.2o at $3 each; new machines, five- I
drawer, oak, latest improved, $16, lon pay- i
meats.- 420 Nicollet ay. ■ - .- ' •■■:■■
MRS. DR. P. McKAY REMOVED FROM '
6204 to 412 Xicollet. room 51, sixth floor; take I
elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths. j
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, {
lumber, doors, windows, door fronts, brick
and so on, from the Janney-Semple ware- ■
house; must be sold at once; going cheap. 801
6th at S.
O TO STATE FAIR VISITORS. £
5 THIS IS IMPORTANT. $!
Q Don't fail to visit us while in Mln- P
P neapolis, as we are now prepared to fill 5
p your every want In the line of house- £»
D furnishings. Our patrons in this city $
P will tell you that we are absolutely o ;
P reliable, and furthermore, that any- p ;
P where from 10 to 50 per cent may be ft
P saved by buying here. & ■
P We shall be glad to welcome all who 5 j
P merely wish to look over our com- Q
Q plete stock, whether they have any Q
P idea of buying now or not. We have p 1
P over TOO slightly used heating stoves p |
P of the best makes; among them are Q-
P Round Oaks, for wood or coal, in all p :
P sixes, at the right price P. P. Stew- p'■
P arts. Peninsulars, Favorites, Radiant O
P Homes, Dockashes, ventilators and in 8 ;
p fact any stove you want. Remember; 6 .
5 the place, ■ p
5 THE TOWN MARKET FURNITURE 6,'
8 CO., 25-27 sth st S. P ;
S, J. T. RANGER, MANAGER. • • • St
•^^»XHX^aQPPC^OOPPCH^O^OJ^CB^ !
SALE, CHEAP, ONE 24x8 PLANER, ONE -,
24-inch knife grinder, one automatic saw- >
gummer, three saw benches, complete with :
arbors; one 36-inch resaw; this is practically
all new machinery; will sell at a sacrifice, '
Eagle Machinery Co., 660 Temple Court. Tel. j
3246 _L 2. main. !
FOR SALE, CHEAP. SIX-HOLE MAGEE '
range; hot water front; good condition. Call ,
evenings, 2751 Lyndale ay S. ;
<$> $>;
<$> MUST WE PRAY FOR YOUR PA- <§>
£ MUST WE PRAY FOR YOUR PA- <§>
<$> TRONAGE, OR GO AFTER IT WITH $>
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J> OUR STOCK OF NEW GOODS IS <$,
<*> WELL ASSORTED AND PRICES <f> i
<§< ARE 20 PER CENT LOWER THAN <$> j
<§> OTHERS ASK BECAUSE OUR EX- <§- ;
<& PENSES ARE LOW. .- $
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<$> WE CAN SHOW YOU A NICE, <$> i
<♦> LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT <§> !
<§> FROM AND PROMISE YOU THE <$>:
0 MOST LIBERAL TERMS AND <&
<§> TREATMENT. <$>
<<> THE BRANCH, <«> ■
<$> CORNER 2D AY S AND WASHING- <$> I
<§> . TON. <$>'
RESALE—MALTESE"KITTENS," WHOSE !
mother came from the Philippines; clean and :
attractive. 2410 Nicollet ay.
PIANO. EMERSON SQUARE, ALMOST !
new; should bring $100; will take less than
half this; leaving city. 1711 sth ay S.
"OOAOCB^PPC«»^S^^OS)K«eaC^
p' p •
8 MINNEAPOLIS STATIONERY CO., P
6 Wholesale and Retail Stationers, 405 'Q. •
p Hennepin ay, Minneapolis, Minn. # 1
P Letter Copying Books, Typewriter p \
$5 Ribbons and Papers, Carbon Papers, p
jO Pens and Ink, Typewriters {new and p '
5 second-hand).,- SPECIAL ATTEN- $i
5 TION TO SMALL ORDERS. p j
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FOR SALE—SIDEBOARD, DINING TABLE, j
chairs, bedroom set, Laura Nevins range, gas
stove, rugs, etc., at sacrifice. Call mornings
at, 514-E J.4th. St. ... ... ...c....^ „.„ . ■ ■
you" CAN buy "good SECOND-HAND
springs, 25c; mattresses, 50c; wood beds, 50c;
center tables, 50c; etc., etc. Campbell &
Erlckson. 215 Nicollet.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES .
TEN-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE,
three blocks from 4th and Ist ay car lines.
IGU6 2d ay S.
1501 PARK AY. 15 ROOMS, MODERN, $50.
1718 Nicollet ay, 12 rooms, modern, $40.
1811 Park ay, 10 rooms, modern, barn, $50.
■ 609 Forest ay, 9 rooms, modern, $35.
226 Central ay, 16-room flat, modern, $35.
117 University ay SE, 12 rooms, modern, $32.
2412 Nicollet ay, 10 rooms, modern, $30.
50$ Bth ay S, 10 rooms, modern, $25. . j
1902 Clinton ay, 10 rooms, modern, $25. i
501 Plymouth ay, 9-room modern flat. $20. }
1909 Clinton ay, 8 rooms, water, sewer. . 18.00
601 E 221' st, 5 rooms, modern, $16.
2302 Clinton ay 7 rcoms, city water, $15.
$12.
309 B 18th st, 6-room cottage, $12.
1231& Ist ay N, 4-room flat v 9.00
George Odium. 309 Phoenix Building._
FOR RENT, LARGE boarding-house, IN
excellent repair; 2513 23d ay S. Apply to J.
C. Oswald & Co., 17 Washington ay N. i
FOR RENT— STH AV~S,~HALF DOUBLE !
dwelling, 10 rooms, modern throughout;
walking distance; will be rented cheap to pri- ,
vate family, four to eight persons; no board- ■
ers. See us early. O. M. Laraway & Son, j
100 Bank of Commerce building. |
TEN-ROOM HOUSE AND BARN, MOSTLY |
modern; choice location; desirable and home- {
like; $22 per month. 2612 Dupont ay S. Call i
2616. j |
EIGHT-ROOM ALL MODERN HOUSE; ONE <
block from Central high school; key at 334 £ :
14th st. Owner, ■ 2409 Qarfield _a\\ ■ j
$25—STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE. 418 E i
25th st; gas fixtures, shades, storm windows, '
six rooms. Central Real Estate Co., North- !
western building. -' |__ ' ■
W. A. BARNES & CO..
300-302 Nicollet Avenue.
.iv. - MODERN HOUSES.
903 Logan ay N, 10 rooms .......$30.00
88 Lyndale ay N, 7 rooms 27.50
17 Bth st S, 9 rooms 45.00 i
COTTAGES. I
2650 Dupant ay S, 8 rooms IS.OO
£230 ath ay S, 7 rooms 12.50 1
FLATS AND ROOMS.
1020 Harmon, 7 rooms, 3d floor $25.00
2107 6th ay N, 5 rooms, 2d floor .....;... 8.00
2113 22d st S, 4 rooms, 2d floor 6.00
497 Central ay, 4 rooms, 2d floor ....... 12.00
422 Main st SE, 4 rooms, Ist floor ..... 8.00
630 14th ay S, 3 rooms 9.00
406 Bth ay NE, 3 rooms 9.00
624 14th ay, 8 rooms it.oo
FOR RENT— MODERN HOUSE, 8 ROOMS,
408 3d ay SE, near university, high and other
schools, $27.50. Also stable. Modern house,
11 rooms, $50. • Two rooms, furnished or
partly, $10 to $12; first floor; gas, bath.
Eight-room house, near university, $12. H. i
Lee Moore, 509 Phoenix block. '
NO. 4003 3D AY S—FOR~STEADY TENANT;
six rooms, well, - barn $6. Inquire - 3937
Stevens ay. v
FOR RENT—TEN-ROOM. ALL-MODERN
house; $27. 1012 Logan ay N. Inquire at house.
THREE-ROOM COTTaSe^WELL7~~ETC7
Nicollet car line; $5. Houses, flats, rooms;
modern", central; $12 to $40. Babcock, 221
Nicollet, room 14. '„. ■. •
TO RENT—A~io-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
large lawn; 10 minutes' walk from postofflce.
Inquire of owner, 1408 Stevens ay.
SEV6OM " HOUSE, MODERN EXCEPT
furnace, $20; 12-room boarding-house, $25;
both Southeast Minneapolis. Room 5, 313 Nic
ollet. ■ , , ' ' . . __
FOR RENT— TWELVE-ROOM MOD
ern houses on Hawthorn ay Inside 12th at.
Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepin ay.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE, FURNISHED,
for the winter or longer, on Girard near 6th
ay car.line; rent $20. 829, Journal.
FOR . RENT—A . FURNISHED, MODERN
cottage of eight rooms, on Como interurban
car line and within walking distance of uni
versity and business part of city. .: Call at
516 4th st SE, or on F. W. Foster, 840 Lum
ber Exchange. . :- ; y'v;
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
FURNISHED, OR PARTLY SO; SECOND
floor; three rooms and alcove; modern except
heat. Couple without children. References.
Call mornings. . 8045 Piilsbury ay. •
DESIRABLE, clean, MODERN, ell
furnished rooms; - private adult family; all
conveniences. $8, $10 month. 112 13th at S.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHEO~ROOM, EVERY
modern convenience; large closet, telephone,
nice house; location choice and central; four
squares from Glass ; Block. . 1019 Ist - ay' S. *
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSE
strictly modern; furniture all new; '■ use of
parlor and piano, with or without board;
within walking distance^ phone 1744 L 2 main
( 13th gt S. , - *
FOR RENT
Continued.
FOR RENT—TWO ELEGANT AND NEWLY
furnished rooms, strictly modern house, walk- ,
iag distance; reference exchanged. No. 14
13th st N. __
FOR RExN'f^TWCTcONNECTINQ ROOMS,
furnished for housekeeping. Please call after
op. m.. Sl2 10th st S.
FURNISHED ROOMS, THREE, COMPLETE
for housekeeping and an alcove room with
two_closet_; modern hou»e._lo3 E loth it.
TWO OR "THREE VERT PLEASANT,"" NICIT
ly furnished, partly modern; second floor;
cheap to desirable party; housekeeping or
board; references. 2637 Columbus ay.
MODERN,~SINGLET ALSO A SUITE~~OP
three, with gas range; furnished complete for
housekeeping, to parties without children;
references; block north library. 1012 Haw
thorn ay.
WELL FURNISHED ROOM. MODERN,
outside flat, for $10; best for the money in
Minneapolis. Second flat. 929 Chicago ay.
FURNISHED ROOMS, STRICTLY MODERN",
front on Nk-ollet; finest rooming building in
the city. New Albion, 711 Nicollet ay. Also
rooms the Trenton Hotel, 705 Nicollet.
$10 MONTH. TWO NICE FRONT ROOMS",
connected, and on first floor, near public
library; private family. Inquire 1025 Henne
pin ay.
DESIRABLE~FRONT ROOM, FIRST FLOOIC
gas, bath, steam heat; good board in same
building; suitable for man and wife or young i
lady_employed. 616_8th st S. j
one furnished" room, steXm7~gXs7
ground floor; four blocks from university, to
lady student only. 879, Journal.
24 UXFURXISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT—TWO ROOMS FOR PHYSICIAN
or dressmaker upstairs, 424 Nicollet $25.
Two front rooms, for men, upstairs, 613%
sth »t N, $3.
FOUR NBWLy PAPERED ROOMS. WITH
wet sink, closet and bath, cheap to desirable
party. Whitaker, 134 9th st N, near Western.
TWO FLATS OF FOUR ROOMS EACH;|
sewer and city water. 986 E 25th st, $7 and ,
$8. Edwards & Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN FLAT, $25 AND
(30. 188 9th ay S.
SEVERAL~MODERN FI^tX~S27TSO~TCT"S"3O";
six and seven rooms. W. W. Clark, 313 Nic.
THREE SEVEN AND ONE*" NINE-ROOM
modern flats, in first-class location; $27.50 to
$45. Home Realty. 311 SyUes block.
DESIRABLE, THOROUGHLY MODERN,
seven-room steam-heated flat, in Lincoln
Court, 920 E 19th st; $27.50. Edwards &
Brewster, 803 Guaranty Loan.
$16 MONTH, SECOND FLOOR~4~ROOMS;
$10, third floor, 3 rooms; tenants without
small children wanted. Inquire 1025 Henne
pln ay.
STEAM-HEATED FLATS; EVERY MOD
ern convenience; fine location; good ser
vice ; very desirable. See janitor, 527 sth
ay SE.
N EATLY FURNISHED FLAT OF SIX
rooms; modern except heat; gas range. Also
one large room and first floor; nine blocks
from Corn ISxchange. 256 13th ay S.
FOR REN'trsTe AND 7-ROOM FLATSr»TH
st and 15th ay SE; also 8 and 9-room houses.
Inquire janitor, or Gould, 315 Ontario st SE.
TWO APARTMEN'TSTSMALL; 6-ROOM, $28;
7 rooms, $32.50; every convenience; strictly
modern. Astoria, Clinton ay and lGth st.
FOB R»NT—FLAT, FIRST FLOOR, 31VK
looms, and barn, in eighth ward, in detached
house; gas range, gas fixtures, curtains, new
ly papered and painted; wet sink, city water,
good cellar; $18. Walters, New York Life
building.
FLAT—FIVE ROOMS, BATH, CLOSET, HOT
and cold water, pantry, storeroom, shades,
ecieens, storm sash, newly decorated, ground
lloor, 111S 11th ay N, only $13.
O7 OFFICES
FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE
Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7,
McMillan building, 3d ay S and 3d st. Room
is 56x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec
ond floor front. Just the room for grain
commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled for
stocks and grain. Western Union cable in.
Price of $25 per month, and location cannot
be duplicated. O. M. Laraway & Sons, 100
Bank of Commerce.
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire
room 12.
TWO DESIRABLE~OFFICES IN MASONIC !
Temple from Sept. 1. Apply 412 Masonic
Temple.
O KASOTA BLOCK, HENNEPIN AY p
p and 4th st; one to three rooms; eteam p
p heated; first-class service. Walter L. p
0 Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New p
p York Life building. p
2Q STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG.
FOR "RENT—CORNER STORE, GOOD LO
cation for grocery, 1228 Washington ay S, $25;
store in brick block, $10, 1222 Washington ay
S; small shop for painter, carpenter and re
pairs, 237 10th ay S, $S; shop for repairs, $5.
217 Ist st. N.
31 HELP WANTED—MALE
YOUNG MEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS AT
the Minnesota School of Business, 54 3d 3t S,
diagonally_opposite postofflce. Enter now.
WATCHES CLEANED, -fl; MAIN SPRINGS]
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
THE "NATIONAL^ FOUNDERS' ASSOCIA"
tion will pay at least $4.75 a day to competent
machinery floor moulders and at least $4.50
to competent machinery bench moulderu,
union or non-union, to work in the foundries
of its members of this city. Address for par
ticulars, National Founders' Association, box
410, Chicago 1 _
aTtONIC, JUVENAL!S HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness, GOc. Voegeli.
EXPERIE~NCED~CLER"IT WANTED—MUST
be a hustler, good dry goods man, single,
temperate, no bum or lazy-bones. C. A.
Holbrook & Co., Cavalier, N. P.
WANTED—GOOD MACHINERY MOLPERS,
at once. J. W. Bryant, Eagle foundry, 26th
ay SE and University.
WE HAVE THE MEN—STUDENTS OF THE
University of Minnesota, who need employ
ment odd hours and Mondays; chore boys,
stenographers, engineers, etc. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Address U. of M. Y. M. C. A.
WANTED—A PHYSICIAN, AT ONCE, TO
: travel and assist in office practice. State
! which school. Good salary to the right man.
j Call or write. Tremont Hotel, Duluth, Minn
! Di. J. F. Jiovey._
■ wXnted—competent driver, one
who is acquainted with saloon and brewery
trade preferred. Inquire Liquid Carbonic
Acid Mfg. Cu., corner Ist ay N and 2d st.
STENOGRAPHER ~AND T^EWTUTER",
with experience in law office; male preferred.
Address Lock Box 381. Devils Lake. N. D.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED, 50c;
pants recut into style or bicycle pants, 75c;
suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1. An
thony the Tailor, 119 Washington ay N.
WK WANT RELIABLE MEN TO SELL
full line of lubricating oils on salary or com
mission. The Champion Refining Co., Cleve
land, Ohio J
WANTED—A GOOD BRASS MOULDER AND
metal mixer; small castings; state wages and
experience; steady job to right man. xVddress
461, Journal.
j I WISH A FIRST-CLASS BLACKSMITH, AT
i once. Will pay gocd wages; new shop and
, new tools. P. A. Hall, Minot, N. D. Box 2.
WE CAN OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
to men of energy and neat bddress, who are
willing to work according to instructions
given; city or outside towns. For particulars
call on J. P. Crotty & Co., 507 2d ay S.
j WANTED—SHOEMAKER; ALL-AROUNP
man. 706 W 26th st, near Lyndale ay.
WANTED—STRONG BOY TO DO DELlV
ering, who has not got a good home. Must
1 understand horses and cow. 500 Plymouth
i ay N.
j WANTED—A HANDY MAN WITH CAR
i penter tools, to make flasks. Eagle Foun
dry, 2601 University ay SE.
WANTED—MAN TO PRIVE TEAM. AP^"
ply &15 sth_ Bt_ S.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO LEARN THE
! business. Address, in own handwriting, 614,
Journal.
BOY WANTED—AT HEYWOOD MANUFAC-
I turing company. No. 420-428 3d st N.
j WANTED—A RELIABLE MAN FROM 30 TO
I 45 year* of age Tot 'permanent position, Going
general work about a large place; hot water
heating plant, lawn, horse, cows to care for;
good wages and home. References required.
606, Journal.
WANTED—A~MAN WHO IS A MUSICIAN,
for a permanent position. Address Prof. O.
Anderson, Willmar, Minn.
WANTED—A BRIGHT, HUSTLING, YOUNG
man, who has had some experience in dra
| pery and shade hanging. Also a strong
i young man to help on wagon. Moore &
I Scriver, 711-713 Nicollet ay.
I W TANTED—A GOOD, YOUNG, LICENSED
barber, at once; wages $7 per week, board,
room and washing. Steady job. Address L.
P. Banse, Barnesvilie, Minn., box 71.
WANTED^TAILOR bR~~FURRIETt T5"
work by week on furs and fur-lined men's
coats. Steady work. Country town. Ad
dress, 153, Journal.
21 HELP WANTED-MALE
Continued. <.''
WANTED— CARPENTERS, AT ONCE,
to go to Havre, Mont., for Schmidt Erothers,
of West Superior, Wis. Free fare both ways.
Call and inquire at Nicollet Hotel for Louis
Schmidt, on Aug. 22, between 7 and 8 p. m. '
WANTED—GOOD~COAt MAKERT~WM7 tOT
Dodd, Huron. S. D. ■■'■..' ■■'■■, ; .
WANTED —AN EXPERIENCED, ALL
around salesman for general store; single
man; German preferred. Address, - stating
age, references, salary expected. and full par
tleulars. box 258, Plpestone. Minn. •
SALESMAN—MAN ABOVE 26 AND UNDER
I 45 years of age, capable and self-reliant, who
can show by his record a claim to a lucrative
position. No man who has been a failure
or who. Is averse to traveling need apply.
j Address, stating age, experience and refer-
I encea. 619, Journal. ■■■'
! SALESMAN—HIGH-PRICED, POSSESSING
j rare executive ability; life Insurance or ex
tensive book experience desirable. Will pro
tect and give right man line of customers
and valuable assistance from office.. No time
to interview collectors or cheap men. Ad
dress, stating experience, 621, Journal.
PARTY DESIRES TO INVEST IN FAlß
paying business in Minneapolis. Address
box 715, Bemidji, Minn. -. . , ;
i ASSISTANT TO, CREDIT MAN—AGED BE-
I tween 23 and 30 years; must be quick and
accurate in figures, fair penman, with some
knowledge'of bookkeeping, and with a good
memory of faces, facts and figures; must be
strictly temperate and willing to leave city;
personal interviews positively ignored. Ad
dress, stating age, experience and references,
i H. M. Temple,- St. Paul, Minn:
J ASSISTANT TO PAYMASTER—AGED BE
j tween 23 and 35 years, strictly temperate,
I good penman, rapid and accurate in figures
and rapid and accurate in handling large
amounts of money; applicants must have
first-class record and willing to leave city;
personal interviews positively Ignored. Ad
dress, stating age, experience and references,
H_M._Temple,_St._Paul, Minn.'
LEiDGER KEEPER—AGED BETWEEN - 18.!
and 25 years; must be good penman, rapid I
and accurate. in figures, with some knowledge
of bookkeeping; must be strictly temperate,
of good address, and wining to leave city;
personal interviews positively Ignored. Ad- '.
dress, stating references- and experience, H.
|M. Temple, St. Paul, Minn. ,- „
i WANTED—DISH CARRIER AT GOLDEN
Gate cafe. 7-9 4th st S. «
WANTED— SALESMAN TO VISIT GRO
cers, bakers, etc., in twin cities, on commis
sion; good goods and right prices. Address
802, Journal. ,
WANTED —AN EXPERIENCED COAT
presser, one- who wishes a steady job with
good pay, and give good work. The Palace
Clothing House Co., 4th floor. Coat factory.
WANTED—A RETAIL GROCERY ORDER
! clerk, who wants a change and has some
' business, with ability and ambition enough to
i make a place for himself, can find a satis
j factory situation In a down-town store; must
have a bicycle. Address 818, Journal. - .
WANTED—SALESMAN THAT HAS EXPE
rience in the crockery and. glassware line;
Scandinavian preferred, with reference. 872,
Journal. :
EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.
No canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau, Chicago.
"WANTED A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD
experience in selling boys' clothing in this
city, with references. 806, Journal.
WANTED—A FARM HAND. APPLY TO
Muiford-Whltney Co., 9% sth st S. -
: HENNEPIN AY PRO~PE~RTYT~C"LOSE IN,
suitable for flat, hotel or office building;
j bargain; owner leaving city; must sell. Ad
i dress 2701. Journal. .y.
j WANTED, FIRST-CLASS TAILOR TO TAKE
! charge of.shop; must have good reference; I
! correspond with Collins & Spooner, Brook- i
; ings, S. D. •
WANTED—THREE BREAD BAKERS AT
Minneapolis Baking Co., 2604 and 2606 Lyndale
ay S. ■ ■ . -
WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESMAN,
acquainted In St. Paul and Minneapolis, for
splendid proposition; salary or commission.
Call mornings, Bto 9. Townsend, 123 Wes
tern ay. - , ■<.
WANTED—A GOOD, STEADY JANITOR.
Must have experience and know how to do the
work. Married man preferred. Call at
Journal office, 5 p. m. to-day.
WANTED—RIGHT BOY OR MAN AS OF
i flee clerk. Must be good penman and ac
i curate. Begin at $6 per week. 787, Journal.
j WANTED— PORTER FOR HOTEL; GOOD
wages and_steady position. Call 628 2d ay S.
$600 BUYS EVENING NEWSPAPER ROUTE j
i paying $50 per month. Must be taken by
i Sept. 1. Cash only. 727, Journal.
STENOGRAPHERS—FILE AN APPLICA
j tion with the Munson Shorthand Institute
■ Guaranty Loan building, for a position. If
competent, we will gladly assist you. Have
I more calls for our graduates than we can
! supply.
: 1 GOOP PAPER-HANGER WANTED—AT
, ; once. Call, 7:30 Thursday morning, at 412
i Nicollet ay, room 12.
! WANTED— FOR DISTRIBUTING CIR
: l culars. Fifty cents per day. Apply 304
I Sykes block. '
WANTED—LUNCH MAN TO OPEN UP
mornings, tend lunch and help to do porter I
work. Steady job to right man. 429 Wash-
I ington ay S.
| WANTED—BRIGHT BOY TO DRIVE MILK
! wagon. One that can milk. A. S. Godfrey,
; Horseshoe lake and Superior ay. j Take Bryn
| Mawr car to end of line, walk half-mile far
i ther.
BLACKSMITH WANTED—MUST BE GOOD"
horseshoer and plow man. Must be sober !
and industrious. None other need apply.
Address William Milner, Casselton, N. D.
WANTED—CABINET-MAKER .TO REPAIR
and reflnish furniture. Also a furniture
salesman. Town Market, 25 sth st S.
WANTED—MEN TO WORK IN THE SHlP
ping. department, packing furniture; experi- j
I enced hands preferred. Barnard-Cope Mfg.
j Co., 4th st and 2d ay NE.
' PLUMBER WANTED—GOOD MAN; STEADY
work for year at good wages.- Please furnish 1
; references. Can come at once. F. M. i
'• Church, Albert Lea, Minn.
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSITIONS
—9,500 npopintments made last year. Prob-
I ably 10,000 this year. Common school edu
; cation required for the examination. Cata
! logue of information free. Columbian Cor
respondence_College, Washington, P. C.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN, WITH"s6mE~EX^
penence in packing and shipping; $4 to start.
Great Western Printing Co. >. r ; ,
| THE ECLECTIC BUSINESS COLLEGE ■ OF
fers thorough and practical courses. Corner
Hennepin and Washington ays,' Minneapolis,
Minn. • Call, write or 'phone for particulars..
WANTED— FIRST-CLASS VISE HAND
and two for special work. Moore Carving
. Machine Co. :-: . .v.n.?
WANTED—CARPENTERS AT 1316 4th ay S
or 911 E 17th st.
GOOD PLAIN COOK FOR CHURCH EAT"
ing-house during the state fair. State wages
Address 892, Journal. :, * — -•• ■.
WANT "A STRONG Tjo'Y *TO DO CHORES
and drive horse. Call at 1218 Knox ay ;N.
WE HAVE POSITIONS F6r~SALESMEN"In
crockery, carpets, furniture; must be. expe
rienced; position good, with first-class houses.
Good pay. j Mercantile Reference Co., 540
' Lumber Exchange. "* .■■--'■- ■■
BOY WANTED FOR FACTORY WORK
Lloyd Mfg. Co., 1610 Central ay.
I 32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
YOUNG WOMEN TRAINED FOR SUCCESS
. at the Minnesota School of Business. 54 3d st
' S, diagonally opposite postoffice. ISnter now.
I NIGHT COOK—FIRST-CLASS SHORT-OR
der cook for night work. "The Grill," 308
• Ist ay S. . ■ ■
SEWING GIRLS, AS WELL AS EXPERl
enced operators, can find steady employment
; making shirt ■ waists and wrappers on power
' I sewing machines; best pay in the city. Ster
• ling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d st,
, second floor, Heywood building. ~ r ,
TEACHERS DESIRING HIGH SCHOOL OR -
; grade positions, or rural schools, should com
i municate with the Hazard Agency. We need
.j 50 teachers immediately. 732 Boston block.
! YOUNG'"WOMA"NrFOR~TIIORIJU"GH"TREPAr
■ ; ration for office work or business, go to the
' | Archibald_ l Lake st, ; corner Stevens.
• good girl for general
; ; housework. 414 Oak at SE. - ■;■.. ' ■ ■-•/>■
YOUNG ~ GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE~
■ work who can go home nights; six-room flat;
' every • convenience; family four. t 2623 "Chi
. cago . ay. " -' ' 'y- '• ■' -"-■" '■'■■■" .'•■.- .■■ ■:
1 | 10-YEAR gold-filled spectacles, $1.50; eyes ex
r I arained free._Ostrem, 329 Nicollet, upstairs.
• | WANTED—COMPETENT "GIRL FOR GEN
■ ; eral housework; good pay, steady place and
!no washing work to do. 2064 Summit ay,
) ' Merrlam Park, St. Paul. _^ ■ /
; WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS HOUSEKEEP^"
r r er, from 30 to 60 years of age, for an institu
; tion; experience and executive ability - re
. quired; permanent position and good salary
to an able woman; references required. 625,
', Journal. ; ' : -'--' ■■■'■ /■'-'•.'.•-■ ■:...■
! COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; no washing or ironing; mod
f crn Lake Minnetonka home one month; then
• j city; big wages. -Apply Thursday p.' m., 2
;jto 4 o'clock, 906 3d ay S.__ _ -, v .
' j A~BRIGHT"YdUNGIIIRirtcrAS
i sist in housework. 2106 Bryant ay S. ''\*.
• ! STENOGRAPHERS—FILE 5 AN * APPLICA~
, tion with THE MUNSON SHORTHAND IN
■ ! STITUTE, Guaranty Loan building, for a po
sition; if 4 competent;, we : will gladly assist
) you; have more calls for our graduates than
, we can supply. • ::;".;- ; __ - ;
■ 1 COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAXThOUSE
' 1 work. j 720 E Franklin ay.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
Continued.
WANTED—COMPETENT DRESSMAKER TO
take charge of dressmaking parlors In coun
try town, 130 miles west ol Minneapolis. Call
or address 119 7th st N, Minneapolis.
WANTED^COMPETENT NURSE GIRL,
willing to help light housework; modern Lake
Minnetonka home one month; then city; big
wages. Apply Thursday p. m.. 2 to 4
o"clock, 90<_3d av_S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL~HOUBE
work; family of two. 300 4th st SE.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eraMiousework; good wages. 1112 6th st SE.
GOOD STRONG GIRL WANT_D~f THREE
in family. 740 Adams st NE. Please call af
ternoon.
WANTED^A FIRST-CLASS WAIST~AND
skirt hand; also apprentice girls. Call at 711
lj__J__s-
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL~HOUSE^
work in small family; no washing or ironing;
32 Iglehart st, St. Paul; one block from cars.
WANTED—AGOOD GIRLFOR^GENERAL
housework. Small family. 3209 Portland ay.
GIRL FOR~~GENERAL HOUSEWORK.~~34O'S
Stevens ay.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN"ERAITHO"USE
work; large pieces and shirts sent out; good
wages to right party. 11l 7th st S.
WANTED, GIRL; MUST BE GOOfTcOOK?
two in family; good wages. 820 Nicollet ay,
second floor.
GIRL"FqrThOUSEWORK; MUST UND_H>
stand cooking; two in family; modern house;
easy place; good wages.^ G29 E 15th st.
WANT ED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE" !
work in family of three; call 2303 Bryant j
ay S, ■
WANTED—GOOD VEST MAKER AT ONCE; i
can have steady work; pay from $1.50 up- \
wards. Ben Mairienhoff, 318 Hennepin ay.
GIRL TO FINISH"SHIRTS~~AND~~LADIES 7
clothes ironer. Collyer's Steam Laundry, 249 |
6th ay S.
! WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at once. Inquire 1726 9th ay S,
• flat 4.
| WANT ED—A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
| general housework; uo washing or ironing, at
. 320S Portland ay. Willing to pay good wages.
Apply at once.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework, two in family, $4.50 per
week. 3145 2d ay S.
A COMPETENT "GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 3131 2d ay S.
WANTBD—EXPERIE NCEIX NEAT DltT
ing-room girl at once. 17 10th st N.
GIRL WANTED—FIRST-CLASS COOK. _*-
ply at Andrus Building cigar store.
WANTED—A FEWr~GOOb~~WAITRESSE3.
Regan & Co., 23 4th st S.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRLTpOR"~GEN
eraI housework; good wages; small family.
168 Linden ay, corn«r 17th street. Bryn
Mawr car line.
GIRLS TO~S_W ON FURS; MUST BE GOOD
with needle; no other need apply. Guscav
Simmon, 414 Nicollet ay.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at once. 2025 4th ay S, flat 4.
WANTED-^S_WING GJ&LS AND BJXPffßl
enced operators on power sewing machines,
making shirt waists. Steady employment.
Day or piece work. D. Cohen _ Co., 519 Ist
ay S.
WANTED—NEAT YOUNG GIRL, HELP
wife, small flat; good place, little to do;
home you can call yours. 27 Eastman ay,
_i_o_ et_i_l ami
EXPERIENCED WOMAN NURSE TO CARK
for baby; answer at once, giving references
and wages expected. 808, Journal.
WANTE D—A SBCONETcoOK7~CHAMB~ER^
I maid, dining-room girls, for hotel out of city.
877, journal.
I WANTED—YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
J housework and careof children. 2915 Ist ay S.
WANTED—GOOD~COOK7~AT~2SO7 BLOOM
' ington ay S. Also dining-room girl.
FIRST-CLASS WAIST FINISHER. ALSO
girl to do errands and light work. 1028 Haw
thorn ay, corner 11th st, third floor.
SHIRTS, PANTS, OVERALLS AND DUCK
coat hands; good pay. Robitshek, Frank &
Heller, 18 3d st N.
WANTED—A GIRL, ATTENDING THE
high school, to assist in the housework and
care of child, for a good home. Address,
giving particulars, J. M. W., 59 Lyndale ay N,
flat 3.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. Call this afternoon
or evening, or any time to-morrow, at 2114
Blai3dell ay.
j WANTED—A LADY WRITING A GOOD
j hand for pleasant employment; good salary.
Apply Hotel Cyrano, parlor _, 4ti ay S and
9th st. '
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES—SALE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES,
wagons, surreys, phaetons, rubber-tired run
abouts, horses, harnesses, all kinds; new
work exchanged for old. Cash or time. 414
3d st S.
Harness, harness, harness—sev
eral hundred sets of the T. M. Roberts Supply
House of harnesses which we can sell cheaper
than T. M. Roberts' former cheap price.
! Widmayer & Prendergaat, 414 3d__t_S.
! FOR SALE—FAMILY HORSE AND PHAE
ton; a bargain. Call afternoons, at stable,
729 W 26th st.
FOR SALE—TWO DE-LIVERY HORSES
and Wagon. 400 Prior ay, Merriam Park.
I FOR SALE—FAMILY HORSE, PHAETON
and cutter at a bargain. Call at 38 6th at S.
WANTED—HORSES TO BOARD. STABLE,
j 615 4th st S, has been refitted in first-class
order for boarders. Have a few large, light
box 6talls left. For terms see F. H. Elwell,
at the stable.
FOR SALE CHEAP—WORK TEAM. 2,800
pounds; driver, 1,200 pounds; plug horse,
1,300 pounds. Your own price. Wide tire
wagon, $8. 316 sth ay S.
FOR SALE—GOOD BAY MARE; WEIGHT,
1,100 lbs; 10 years old; a good bargain. Call
1500 Vine place.
tFOR SALE—DRIVING OUTFIT, ToOO
I horse, top buggy and harness, dirt cheap;
1,160-lb fat horse and good express wagon,
$40; or separate. 620 2d ay S.
BIG WORK MARE, WEIGHT 1,400, GOOD
worker; also small pony, safe for children,
for 6ale cheap. 1308 20th ay N.
OUR SPLENDID FAMILY HORSE, FINE
driver, also my combination eaddler and driv
er; low prices; leaving city. 2000 3d ay S.
FOR SALE—GENTLEMAN'S DRIVING RIG;
Stanhope with leather top, good driver, hand
made harness, worth $300, for $200. Call 1401
4th ay S.
TAKEN ON MORTGAGE—MUST BE SOLD;
try them; make an offer; 1,025-pound 8-year
old family mare, $45; best 1,300-pound 9-year
old work mare in town, $30; small'mare, bug
gy amd harness, $15; top buggy, open buggy,
two single harnessaes, one double, spring
wagon, road cart, narrow tire wagon; cheap.
Peterson, 2407 Washington st NE.
GRAY MARE, GOOD WORKER, SOUND,
weight 1,300 pounds; price, $30. 414 3d st S.
$65—MY BAY, 1,200 POUNDS, 7- YEAR-OLD,
horse, or trade lor small pacer; $20, cheap,
1,000-pound horse. Call evening*. 1300 Cen
tral ay NE. - ' ■
$100 WILL BUY MY FINE HORSE, BUGGY,
and harness; a good roadster. Apply parson
age, 9 substation, Minneapolis. - ■■ .
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
; - CAVALRY. HORSES WANTED. v:
300 head of cavalry horses van ted at Bar
rett & Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market,
St. Paul, Minn., for the United States gov
ernment; they must 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 hlgn price for them.
WANTED—TO BUY A GOOD-LOOKING
driving team, 2,200 to 2,400; will look at a
team outside -of' Minneapolis if a bargain.
Address 216, Journal. ___] ' :
WANTED^-TO^BUY YOUNG, SOUND DRlV
ing horse, weighing 1,050 or more. Inquire
chimney sweeps, 4th and Nicollet. ;;
WANTED—HORSE FOR ITS
keeping by responsible party; best of care |
,and light driving; would keep all winter if
• 'Owner desired. Address 791, Journal.
I WANTED— . NICE LITTLE FAMILY
{horse; must be sound and gentle, good
driver, not over 12 years old and cheap for
cash._ 1404 2d ov S. '-ry
WANTED—X~ LIVERY TEAM; WEIGHT
about 1,100. -Call at 615 4th st S. .'■" , ■•; - ■
3§ LOANS AND CHATTELS
RICE LeANS cm all kinds of personal prop
erty charges .reasonable. 506 Globe hldg.
j QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,'
i pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments, I
cheapest rates; business confidential. Mlnne- \
. sota , Mortgage Loan Co., room 306 Bank of !
Commerce building, cor., Ist ay S and 4th st. !
■ PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con- I
fldentlal. Harris: & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
cation, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain in your un
disturbed possession. • , „:-... ■
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ' ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co.. COl-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., 825 Guaranty Loan. . -
37 LOST AND FOUND
! GLASSES, IN '; GOLD CASES. RE
i turn to 1322 Hennepin ay and receive liberal
'1 reward. .■:.j.a~--,..iy ■■;■■: ■■- •- . ■•' , '■ -:v : \--, <.-.
I LOST—FOB CHARM, ■- OLD ,i GOLD SB
i fastened to , horn-shaped agate ; please return
1 to 2700 Pilliburjr. ay or- telephone 1187,"main."
g«7 * LOST AND FOUND"
• . Continued.
LOST—SUNDAY, AT WHITE BEAR LAKE,
a black silk Eton jacket; reveres of white
satin covered with black | lace; lined with
pale lavender silk. Reward will be given
and no questions asked if returned to 415
New York, Life building, Minneapolis
LOST—ON IST AY CAR, LADY'S PURSE,
or on street near Nicollet and Washington,
Thursday evening. Please return for re
ward. 203 E Grant. •
LOST OR STOLEN—GRAf MARE, LEFT
in vacant lot near 1332 Madison st NE.
Finder please return to above address and
receive reward. . - -""".
LOST—GOLD-RIMMED GLASSES, ON NlC
ollet ay, between 4th and 6th sts. Return
to 102 9th at S for reward.
LOST— BETWEEN SPRING . PARK AND
Minnetonka Beach, child's red jacket, with
white collar. Leave at Winter's (Enderly)
grocery. - - ■ ■ .•
LOST, SCOTCH TERRIER, FEMALE PUP;
brown nose, short tail and ears. Leave at
Wessling's greenhouse, 36th st and Henne
pin, and receive reward. ■..■>;;
LOST—SCOTCH COLLIE SHEPHERD DOG,
black markings. Answers to name Bruce.
Return to 1801 3d av_S. , '
LOST OR STOLEN—BANK BOOK NO. 123547,
issued by the Farmers and Mechanics' Sav
ings bank of Minneapolis. If not returned to
said bank before Aug. 31, 1901, application
will be made for a duplicate thereof.
PAIR GOLD-B~OWED SPECTACLE'S. LOST
on 6th st SE, between 10th and 11th ays.
Leave at 1015 6th st SB. .
39 MEDICAL
$500 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 fall. Mailed anywhere
for $1. Sold at all drug stores. Charles A.
Drefs, Mfg. Chemist, Buffalo. N. Y.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
WE TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ES
tate business, but make a specialty of Lake
Minnetonka cottages, lots and acres. Jaeger
& Torelle, 310 Bank of Commerce.
BUYS SMALL HOUSE, THREE ACRES
fine shore, near depot. Swensen & Langum,
514 Bank of Commerce.
$800 BUYS SEVEN-ROOM COTTAGE AND
two acres fine shore front, near Spring Parkl
A snap. Swensen & Langum. 514 Bank of
Commerce. • - ■■ . ■
GOOD COTTAGE AND BOAT FOR THE
balance of season; $15; also furnished cottage
$5 per week. H. Hutchins, Excelsior, Minn. '
"NORTHLAND — A NEW SUBURB 0F~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 George C. Andrews, 1212
Guaranty Loan.
WANTED—COTTAGES TO RENT FOR I
September. Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of
Commerce. '^
g . . JAEGER & TORELLE. ; £
Q ■ • 310 Bank of Commerce • ' 8 '
P. ARCOLA STATION—IO-rtx>m 8 l
■Q cottage and two choice lots; one of the 8 i
Q finest views on the lower lake; a real 8 j
P bargain. . : § ,
P Only $600 for extra good lot on main 8
P lake, Arcola station. 8
Q $250 to $300 for fine lots on Crystal S
§$250 to $300 for fine lots on Crystal P i
bay. S
$ $400—Lot at Meadville Park. 8 i
$ PHELPS' ISLAND—A large number 8 |
& of lots; unsurpassed for beauty of 3
& scenery on the upper lake. 8 '
§ WILDHURST— feet lake shore 8 I
g and large inside lot. 3 I
& $I,soo—Plastered cottage of 7 rooms, 8 I
ft Georgia pine floors; built 1895; com- 8 i
P pletely furnished; barn, boathouse and 8
P boat; half-acre lot; nothing better or 3
p prettier on the lake.
8 JAEGER & TORELLE. $ !
ftCBS33PPCS3Ca3X&PCBXW^B3»S33P j
42 '- ■ NOTICE
NOTICE— SALE AT DEEP-CUT
prices. Oil paintings, pastels. Headquar- i
ters for framing pictures cheap. Zesbaugh, j
11 sth st S. *
MINNEAPOLIS PATTERN AND MODEL
works has removed from 23 Central ay to 257 :
6th ay S, and is ready to fulfill all orders; a
trial Is solicited.
43~NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
BIDS WANTED—A FRANCHISE FOR THE '■
term of 20 years will be granted by the village
council of the village of Mclntosh, Minn.,
for the putting in of an electric light plant
in said village, to the party making the low
eat bid for lighting the village, and sealed
bids will be received by the council up to
8 o'clock p. m., Sept. 9, 1901. The plant must
produce not less than 800 lights and the vil
lage will reserve the right to purchase the j
plant at the end of five years and every suc
cessive five years thereafter, at appraised !
value, based upon the actual cost of putting
in the plant. A bond or certified check for :
$2,000 must accompany bid as evidence of good j
faith. The council reserves the right to re- ;
ject any and all bids. By order of the coun- j
cil. Owen Nelson, village recorder. j
44 PERSONAL
DR. B. SHEPARD HAS REMOVED HER
office to 620# Nicollet. Telephone 1892-J2. !
Residence, South 863-LI. Office hours, 11 j
a. m. to 5 p. m. -.
~~ FEMALE DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Wheeler, specialist; irregular men
struation . successfully treated. Office, Glebe
building, Minneapolis. , - . J •■',.
EXAMINATION FREE.
•. HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES.
Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze
matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the
day their use has begun. Send stamp for
particulars or 50c for trial . course. O. K.
Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
Minn. ■■-
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents graynees. 50c. Voegeli.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST ■IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur- j
lug confinement; new book 25c, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR AN ABNOR
xnal, I 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 treat
ment; mall $3. Dr. Jackson, R. C. 812, 167
Dearborn st, -Chicago. •
FADE AWAY, GREATEST BEDBUG DE
stroyer known; at druggists and dept. stores.
SAM J. RICHARDSON," 214TTH~Sf THE
Goods. ■ . ■ ■ . ■. -
. LADIES. i .
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. near
Western. .
LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN- '
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars, "Re
lief, for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
druggists._Chichester Chem. Co., Phila., Pa.
WANTED—Y^UNG~LAJ3Y~ASSISTANT~AT
the Elite bath parlors, 626 Hennepin ay.
EYES EXAMINED FREE, GLASSES AD
justed properly by a graduate optician. i
Abeles, 248 Nlcollet. - „_ .;
45 REAL ESTATE LOANS
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus bldg.
4g -PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office. No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, ■ room 52 McGlll build
lng, Washington. D. C. ''.;■..
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
4j 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. ' '■■■'■
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, NEW, STRICTLY
modern east-front residence, colonial, eight
rooms; water, gas, sewer, stone walks; $4,500;
$1,000 cash, balance to suit. - 2750 Fremont
ay 3.. -;■ '■:"'■-,' ;..'•- . ■', ''"' ■-, . .•■..;-';-■',•
FOR SALE-BY OWNER ONLY, TWO
seven-room and one eight-room houses, one
block from Central ay, between 20th and 24th
aye NE, $1,200 to $1,300. Cash payment, bal
ance on time. Address 2788, Journal.
forTsale—by ownerTten-room mod
ern house; large lot; one of finest localities
in city; 2d ay S, between 81Bt and SM Bt.
No agents need reply. A snap for one who
means business. Address 2787, Journal.
16,000—VERY VALUABLE NEW HOUSE, ON
Lowry Hill; one block from Heonepln
ay car and Lyndale car; ten rooms;
all hardwood finish first floor, includ
ing kitchen; pine finish second floor:
laundry, wiae and vegetable cellar; full
plumbing; hot water heat; lot, 50x130
feet, east front, $1,000 cash. $50 month
will buy this charming borne.
Edmund G. Walton, 300 Hennepln ay.
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
■>- ■. , mmf ~ i" i I ri ■ i ■ 0
THE FARMER IS BESIEGED BY TWO DOGS. FIND THE
OTHER DOG.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
Continued. •
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, 9-ROOM MODERN
house and stable; fine location; 9th ay S,
near 25th st; $2,800; cash payments, balance
on time; a snap. Address 012, Journal.
BUSINESS PROPERTY, CHEAP; WILL
take vacant lot for part payment. 1428 3d
Bt S. . ' ■
$2,500, NINE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN EX
t-ept gas and heat; 54 12th st S. Broat, 929
Chicago ay.
WANT A CASH OFFER FOR A GOOD DOU
ble house; rents for $23 a month; always
rented; water, sewer and walk all paid for;
also a modern house; rents for $28 a month.
Call at 1211 26th ay N.
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF BARGAINS
in houses, both for sale and rent. Lewis W.
Campbell, Plllsbury building.
t BEST BARGAINS IN SMALL HOMES;
$725 to $2,500; $100 down and monthly pay
ments. Lauderdale & Co., 355 Temple Court.
FOR SALE—S2,OOO— (AND SUM
mer kitchen), modern house. 2621 Aldrich
ay S. Tterms easy. F. B. Lewis. 412 Nic.
NEW DUTCH COLONIAL HOUSE OF NINE
rooms, at St. Anthony . Park; fronting on
large city park; beam ceilings, hardwood
finish, floors and seats, conservatory, open
plumbing, hot water heat; only $3,300; month
ly payments. W. W. Clark, 313 Nicollet.
$2,600 — modern • home; great bargain.
$I,ooo—Neat home; North Side.
Modern home, besides income of $20
monthly from same lny't. HOP Lmbr. Ex.
' 4g UNIMPROVED
I LOTS IN WALTON PARK ARE SELLING
i rapidly. They are the cheapest lots to-day
iin North Minneapolis. Calf for plats and
■! price lists.
__EDMUND G. WALTON. 300 Hennepin ay.
BIG BARGAINS— ON GARFIELD AY
j and 22d st for $475; cheap at $1,000. An
: other on loth ay S and 33d st, $175. F.
Bahr, 49 Washington ay S (barber shop).
' 49 FARM LANDS
I TWO BARGAINS IN GOOD IMPROVED
farms. The best and cheapest land to be had
I to-day. For .particulars, call on or write J.
| E. Jacobson, Dazey, N. D.
CHOICE LANDS IN LINCOLN COUNTY,
producing good rentals; no crop failures, fine
homes, grand investments; partial payments;
I lots for sale. Fred Joynt. Hendrlcks, Minn.
j IMPROVED 320-ACRE, 480-ACRE, 640-ACRE
and 800-acre farms for sale. All in fine state
of cultivation, with buildings. H. N. Tucker
Courtenay, N. D.
BO~ACRE"FARM IN GREELEY~COUNTY",
■ Nebraska, price $800, to exchange for house
j and lot. Sitterly, 609 Bank of Commerce bldg. )
SALE OR EXCHANGE, SOUTH % SECTION
• 30-110-58, Kingsbury county, South Dakota;
! $15 per acre, subject to a loan of $1,200; will
trade equity for good income residence prop
erty. Address J. T. Owens, Wells. Minn.
FORTY ACRES GOOD FARM LAND, ON
; Soo railroad, %-mlle from Hamil station, IS
: miles from Minneapolis, 1,300 feet trackage.
Price, $1,500.
QUO. H. MILLER,
330 Lumber Exchange.
$550 FOR SINGLE QUARTER SECTION IN
! Sargent county. North Dakota.
! —160 acres, Dickey county, North Dakota.
; $600—160 acres, Brown County, South Dakota.
\ $875—160 acres, Clark county, South Dakota.
, $1,100160 acres, Kingsbury county, S. D.
i $700—160 acres, Day county. South Dakta.
; $1.75 an Acre—Full section. North Dakota.
| $3.50 an Acre—7,ooo acres, Aitkin Co., Minn.
j $2.50 an Acre—l4,ooo acres, Douglass Co., Wis.
$230 an Acre— acres, Wood county, Wis.
Now is the time to buy broad acres.
M. P. Hobart, Phoenix Building.
I MAPLE PLAIN— 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.
NORTHLAND—A NEW SUBURB OF 320
acres, first station at Lake Mlnnetonka on
Great Northern; distant only 10% miles from
Loring park; 20 minutes by train from city;
j beautifully wooded and sightly; it will be sold
! to desirable parties in one to ten-acre tracts.
! Inquire George C. Andrews, 1212 Guaranty
Loan. : ■ ■ - ■ .
MAPLE PLAIN—THE BEST 80-ACRE FARM
IN HENNEPIN COUNTY.
Eight-room house, and a good one; new
barn, icehouse and creamery combined; gran
! ary, poultry house, hog house, machine shed,
I windmill and tank; good brick cistern; 40
acres under cultivation; 15 acres meadow,
25 acres timber and pasture; > bumper crops
this season; price, $3,200.
GEO. H. MILLER, •
330 Lumber Exchange.
$10 AN ACRE FOR TRACT OF 800 ACRES,
if sold in one bunch. Wright county, just
50 miles west from Minneapolis on Soo Line.
Wright county is one of the banner counties
in the state. The soil is extra good; land is
wild; no stone; no sand; no gravel; some
timber (known as maple timber land; there
was a sawmill on this land for three seasons).
Land faces fine, large Lake Sylvia; just
two miles from South Haven; five miles to
Annandale. Make a fine stock farm. Don't
think you can duplicate such a purchase in
the whole state. My agency expires on this
very soon; want to close it out. Legal de
scription all of section 32-121-28. ADstract
and title papers at my command. If you
want to buy, go and see it, or call at my
office and will have one of our field men ac
company you. This land will sell • for $20
an acre before snow flies. Big purchase for
some one. M. P. Hobart, Phoenix building.
$1,100 FOR 80 ACRES, HENNEPIN COUNT
ty; two miles, from West Minneapolis, two
miles from Mlnnetonka Mills; only $13.25 an
acre; such lands adjoining held at $35 an
acre, no better. This is the last time adver
tised; if not sold, price will be $16 an acre.
I can drive any one to the land in sixty
minutes, from my office. .No trade; terms
1 spot cash. Here is an.investment that will
be Impossible for you to fall down on. Ho
bart, Phoenix building. ■:;;;..\ ,'■
~~~ ~ FREE~
RICHEST PINE LANDS
IN THE WORLD.
The United States government has Just
opened to settlement a marvelously rich tract
of white pine and yellow pine land In the j
state of Idaho, which contains over 2,000,000
feet to the Quarter section, and is worth from
$1,000 to $2,000 per quarter net. We have Just
procured accurate government descriptions of
a great number of these sections, with guar
anteed minutes of the amount of timber on
each Quarter,. on which we will locate at a
very low .figure any bona fide settler that
wishes to embrace this opportunity. This In
cludes railroad fare to Boise City, Idaho, and
transportation from Boise to any claim 'that
the applicant takes, and return to Boise City.
For further particulars apply to
Paris-Manning Land and Lumber Co.,
417 Phoenix Building,
, Minneapolis, Minn.
sffUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE!
BOOKKEEPER, COLLEGE GRADUATE,
wishes position as office assistant; good pen
man and best references; willing to begin at
fair salary. I. B . 328 7th ay N.
WANTED—BY A HIGH SCHOOL GRADU
ate, a position in an office where there Is a
chance of advancement., Address 782, Jour
nal. . ■■■■ . . , ' '■' ' ■-'■ '■ ' -..,-■.■
WANTED—A SITUATION BY YOUNG JAP
anese schoolboy, housework or "washing dish
es Address 756,* Journal. ' ;» '. . ,
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER, TYPK
writer and '■ salesman, now employed half
days, - desires ;, -employment ? other .; half; -10
years' experience; splendid references. - 730,
] Journal.
n
CO V ' '■■• : FEMALE '
A COMPETENT WIDOW LADY * WITH
highest of references would like a position as
housekeeper for a party of gentlemen or
widower's family. ! Any tim« to suit parties;
next month or later. 3196, Journal.
A YOUNG LADY WITH TWO YEARS' EX
perience in taking care of an Invalid, wiahea
a similar position in city. Beat of references
furnished. Address £. H., 913 Now York
Life building. ..
A LADY, AMERICAN, WISHES SITUATION
as housekeeper for "widow or bachelor; will
leave city. Good manager. Address 745
Journal. ■ . _____
DRESSMAKING IN FAMILIES WANTJ&dT
cutting and fitting or machine sewing on fin*
white work or underclothes, shirt waists, If
dealred. Address m, Journal.
53 Sjrj)RAGir
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and star
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone, Main 666, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Rooms*
REALTY CO.. 106 Ist ay N. Tel, Main 8082 J.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for liew; we pay.
cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay B.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market. 26-27 sth st 3. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coast points, making *>
big saving in freight. Parties moving to th*
coast should not fail to consult us. | The .
Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d at S. '-■-.'■
WANTED — SECOND-HAND FURNITURE^
stoves,. buggies and harnesses and office fur
niture, for shipment; pay more than local
dealers. A 1101, Journal. '
WANTED—TCTBUY A WHITE spitz PUP,.
under 1 year old; state price. Rugby State
Bank, Rugby, N. D.
WANTED—PARLOR COAL HEATER; NO.. 6
or 6 Radiant Home preferred: must be Is
good condition and cheap; state price. Ad
dress 804, Journal. '■'.'■'■ -•■■-•
TYPEWRITER—CALIGRAPH PREFERRED,
second-hand, in good condition; state lowest
cash price. C. F. Towne, Albert Lea, Mian.
OLD GOLD, DIAMONDS AND DUPLICATE
wedding presents bought; we call upon it
quest to give valuations confidentially. H. H.
Green, 21S Washington ay S. ,
gO WANTED TO RENT r
8888828S BSS*3«SB?*S«SS SSBBB2BBS 88888SS
& WE HAVE A CONSTANT DEMAND&
Z4 for modern houses, fiats and stores, ;U
M List your property with us for prompt ti
g* rental. ; 5
1$ THORPE BROS., -• X
88 Andrus Building. «
88888888 8888888888 888883888888 £82823282 3888888
£ Q
5, I HAVE • FIRST-CLASS TENANTS ■2'
O waiting for 7 to 10- room houses and C
O modern flats; if you have a house to 2
6 rent, list It with me; I can get you a C;
8 tenant. T. A. Jamieson, 4 Loan and C
8 Trust building. .: C;
Of HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? "t$
S I make a specialty of renting and 6
f% taking care of all kinds of property, Q
j> managing estates, i etc. I can save you O
8 money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New a
£* York Life building. X £2
WANTED— RENT—A SIX OR SEVEN
room house, south. Address 854, Journal. ■
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER WOULD LIKE
to care for furnished house during' the win
ter or longer. References given. 728, Jour
nal.
ONE LARGE ROOM, FURNISHED OR
partly furnished, wanted by lady employed
during day; within walking distance of .li
brary; references exchanged. Address 825,
Journal. '
WANTED—AT ONCE, SIX OR SEVEN
room, modern house, by small ' family of
adults. If not modern, do not answer. Ad
dress 843,. Journal.
WE WANT THE EXCLUSIVE RENTING OF
good houses and flats; we can rent at good
rentals to good tenants; we can save yon
money- you having charge of your property;
correspondence solicited. Nickels & Smith,
rooms 1, 2 and 3, No. 311 Nlcollet ar.
01 WANTED—REAL ESTATE
BEST HOUSE THAT FROM $1.500- TO $2,000
can buy in eighth ward or Calhoun Park. Ad
res3 893, Journal. .
• COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
MINING COMPANY.
Copper Crown of Arizona shareholder*
should increase their stock holdings and in
vite friends to Join us. To install machinery
and crowd development faster, we will sell
50,000 shares, par value $1, at £5 cents a
share; 10,000, $2,600; 1,000, $250; 100 shares,
$25. Send for prospectus and Arizona Cop
per Information. • ;■;■■-:'Ji "'£'
CHAS. F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers,
13 7th st S.
Buy "Rambler," of Wyoming, before w»
advance it to 10 cents. Get last "Rambler"
report. ■'.■■■ _r_
fi4 DETECTIVE BUREAU
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUBl
ness strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 614-615 Phoenix build
ing. Telephone Main 44, • .'!t<;* : '.
gg^^^^^^MOJ^lN^^^^^J^
SAF^s7nßo7L^RT^D^ilE^vT^tAC«Trn
cry moved ; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 Sd
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES Hi
the city, 10c, and St. Paul 16c. Merchant*'
Package Delivery, 15 7th st S. Tel. 1628, call 1.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel 1208; res. Tel. 2134-^
g7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
MACHINERY—Largest STOCK of second
hand and new machines In the northwest.
You can SEE what you buy and we back up
what we sell. NORTHERN MACHINERY
COMPANY, 215-217 South 3d at. Minneapolis.
03 PENSIONS
R. B. HOSTETLER,
PENSION ATTORNEY. ;-6 .
Room 307, Boston block, Minneapolis, Minn.'.
&3mC83C8C833C835»33333&gK1553
» PENSIONS. WAR. CLAIMS, i 6
£ ROBERT WATSON, O
6 •' Notary Public, 306 Boston block. V". 8 ■'"•'■
V Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted. S
74 FTJRRJERS^J^^
VISITORS TO THE STATE FAIR. AND
others, would do well to I examine my line m
of fine furs and " get . prices on seal, otter,
Persian lamb and * near-seal ~ coats. : Large
line of gents' fur-lined coats, made from Im
ported .Kersey, lined with selected skins;
handsome, durable coats, at moderate prices.
Fine furs to order at short notice. Repairing
remodeling and redyelng. First-class work;
reasonable prices. - -A. .- Reiner, practical • fur- ■
rier. Thirty years' experience. 15 9th; stilnp
corner Henuepin. .'Phone 1729-Jt Mala. .: ,\V

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