OCR Interpretation


The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, October 26, 1901, Image 11

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045366/1901-10-26/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 11

SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 26, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10 and 11
3] L^^jaELP^W^TED--MALE^
Continued. '
WANTED—GOOD STOVE MOULDERS. AP
ply at Flour City Ornamental Iron Works
Foundry, 27th ay S and 27th st.
POSITIONS—THE VERY BEST; every
worthy graduate assisted; mall courses for
busy people; can we hear from you? Brown's
Business College, Farlbault, Minn.
WANTED—GOOD HOISTING ENGINEER.
Cook Stone Co., 19th av_S and river. .
WANTED—A BOOKEEPER" FOR ABOUT
two weeks for clerical work in a doctor's
offlce. Address lock box 52, Montlcello. Minn.
AMBITIOUS REPRESENTATIVE; WAGES
%'i day; large house, new lines, bona fide
opening meu and women good character will-
Ing to work; permanent position; chance ad
vancement. 206 State st, New Haven, Conn.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS — WHERE
they are, how obtained, salaries paid; exam
inations In every state; particulars freejwrlte
tor circular. 143. Nat'l Cor. Institute,_VV'aah.
WANTED—NAMES OF RUPTURED PEO~
pie. We cure rupture free to Introduce our
new method. Spetrs Co., box 633, Westbr6ok,
Maine.
WE WANT A GOOD, LIVE, HUSTLING
pian or woman to represent us in every town
of 1,000 or more lnhabitauu for the exclusive
•ale of YANKEE CLEANER. Cleans carpets,
painted woodwork, windows, glassware, sil
verware, enameled ware, metal surfaces of
all kinds, everything. Money doubled on
every sale. Agents average from $3 to $4
ft day. Aak for sample and proposition. Chi
cago Wood Finishing Co. $150,000 paid-up cap
ital). 121-131 Elston ay, Chicago.
EARN A BETTER SALARY AND POSITION
—Study Electricity, Mechanical Engineering,
Mechanical Drawing at home, by correspond
ence. Thousands successful. Thomas A. Edi
son indorses institute. Book, "Can I Become
an Electrical Engineer?" mailed free. Elec
trical Engineer Institute, New York.
SALESMEN TO~SELL~bUR GOODS TO
general stores, clothiers, grocers and drug
fists; fine side lines; big profits; catalogue
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Ben<s,
lnd.
EVENING BUSINESS SCHOOLS- OPENS
Monday, Sept 30. Speed class In shorthand.
Send for evening circular. Curtiss Bus. Col
lege and Gregg Shorthand School, Boston blk. j
WANTED^YOUNG~MAN~TO "TAKB~CARE
at horses and do chores. Inquire at room
6, corner Plymouth and Washington, over
German-American bank.
AGENTS—ABSOLUTELY FREE AS A PRE
mlum—The great McKinley book Is now
ready; published by P. P. Collier & Son; a
beautiful, large volume, containing over 200
illustrations In half-tones and water-colors;
a work of art, given with Collier's Weekly;
authentic In every particular: a bonanza for
the next few months. Territory now being
assigned. P. F. Collier & Son, 312 Endlcott
building, St. Paul, Minn.
ESTABLISHED HOUSE ©ESIRES A SPE
clalty salesman of ability to begin work im
mediately; good territory and terms. Address
1800, Journal.
TRAVELING SALESMAN WANTED AT
once for Minnesota territory. The Elysian
Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich.
SALESMAN—CAPABLE OF EARNING $4,000
a year; prefer one experienced, handling spe
cialties on salary or commission; standard
line to general merchants; new, exceptional
proposition; our salesmen averaged six sales
each last week; commission on each sale $25.
Box 676. Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED—WIDEAWAKE, RELIABLE MAN
as permanent salesman; general store trade;
clean record and full time necessary. Box 62,
Cleveland, Ohio.
ANY PERSON WHO WILL DISTRIBUTE
circulars for $3 daily should address Standard
Co., 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady position. No
canvassing.
Wanted—everywhere, hustlers to
tack signs, distribute circulars, etc.; no can
vassing. Good pay. Sun Advertising Bureau,
Chicago.
WANTED—TRAVELING AND ADVERTIS
ing man for Minnesota; $75 monthly start and
all expenses; state age. Address Road Man
ager, 301 Caxton building. Chicago, 111.
WANTED — BOY, LIVING NEAR GRAND
and 32d to take care of horse and woric In
shop. Klnne Mfg. Co., 213^ 2d st S.
WANTED — SALESMEN"^'"HO~iCAN SELL
proprietary medicines; ful line for a i^-year
old, successful patent dtedicine house, whose
salesmen make money on liberal commission
basiß. If experienced write us. Address
Begga Mfg Co., 159-61 Ogden ay, Chicago, 111.
WANTED—TWO FIRST-LASS MACHIN
ery molders. Twin City Iron Works, 317 11th
ay S.
MAN IN EVERY TOWN, TO EARN $25
weekly. No canvassing. Sample and par
ticulars upon receipt of 4c in stamps. Box
802. Providence, R. I.
WANTED—SIX GOOD CARPENTERS. CALL
at 2218 sth ay S, thlg evening.
CIVIL SERVICE~GOVERNM~ENT POSITOINS ,
—9,889 appointments made last year, probably
10,000 this year; only common school educa
tion required for examination. Catalogue of
Information free. Columbia Correspondence
College, Washington. P. C.
WANTED—A SHOEMAKER, WITH ABlL
ity and small cash capital. Call at 123 4th
st S. Object, to sell.
LABORERS—AT PIONEER STEEL ELEVA
tor, 25th ay NE and Great Northern tracks.
Come ready for work/ Monday.
WANTED — BLACKSMITH, ESPECIALLY
understanding horeshoelng; single Scandina
vian preferred. Call at 1815 Buchanan st
NE, between 3 and 5 Sunday afternoon.
WANTED—A COLORED MAN TO DO POR
ter work, at 18 sth st S.
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS BROILER COOK,
at Barge's restaurant, 18 sth st S.
WANTED—BOY WITH SOME EXPERT i
ence to work In news stand; answer in own |
handwriting, etatlng experience and refer
ence. N»w» Agent, 2820_Chicago_ ay.
♦> WANTED—A COOK FOR HOTEL. *
•!♦ male or female; will pay from $25 to ♦>
«8> $36 per month, according to ability. ♦>
♦*• Free tore. Address €♦
<► R. P. BROKAW & SON, * ,
♦*. Bristol, N. D. ♦•♦ .
A TRUSTWORTHY MAN FOR ROUTE IN
Minnesota; $15 weekly and expenses to start; |
references necessary; steady work. Address I
Travelers' Dept., 354 Dearborn, Chicago.
LAW~TAUGHT~BY^MAIL—FULITTHREE^ ''
year university course leading to the degree
of LL-8., thoroughly taught at home; lnves- ,
tigate this method of instruction; send for j
catalogue No. 80. Columbian Correspondence
College, Washington, P. C.
WANTED—A BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS OF
age for office work, Call 400 Sykes block.
LETTERING AND CARD SIGN PAINTING:
Instructions given by mall or our school.
McDermott School of Card Sign Painting, 326
Nieollet.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
DRESSMAKERS AND OTHERS — THE
Northwestern Dresscuttlng School pays $1.50
per day to dressmakers and $1 per day to ap<- !
prentice* while learning to cut, baste, bone j
and trim. Mme. Buchane, proprietor of the i
school. Is recognized as tha best ladies' tailor
and dressmaker in Minneapolis. No man
tailor can excel her in workmanship, cut, fit
or finish. Mme. Buchane goe3 twice each year
to New York and once to Paris, her birth
place. She brings home with her all the lat
est eastern creations and designs. This
makes her competent of teaching her scholars
only the best methods. She has absolutely !
the only dressmaking school In Minneapolis
«.nd teaches only genuine French square.
Shaping, padding and pressing taught proper
ly. Dressmakers advanced further in their
work. All scholars are found a first-class po-
Bition when finished. Dressmakers get good
pay. Learn at once. Write for circulars.
Mme. Buchane. 728 Hennepin ay, Minneapolis,
Minn.
THE PANTORIUM—Dye to live; other* live
to dl«-__Fancr dyers.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake *t, corner Steven*.
DRESSMAKERS AND SEWING GIRLS CAN
•am from $5 to $8 per week for work by the
piece; some of our operators earn much more;
all depends on jour ability, rapidity and at
tention to business; steady employment guar
anteed if your work is properly done. Ster
ling Mfg. Co, corner sth ay N and 3d st,
second floor.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
*rite Dr. Ely, 27 4th st 8. New book. 25c. _
PLEASANT AND~PAYTNG EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesot* School of Business, 54 3d st S.
TEACHE~RS— DON'T WASTE TIME MAK
ing fruitless applications, but call on us.
We have orders to hire several teachers for
district schools; $35 to $45 per month. Hazard
Teachers' Agency, Boston block.
A NURSE OIRL FOR A CHILD 3 YEARS
old; one who is willing to assist with the
houWwork. 59 Lyndale ay N, Groveland
Flats, flat 3.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; TAM
lly of three; wages $3. 15_ E 27th st
WANTED—TWO LADY DEMONSTRATORS
for twin cities; only those having first-class
references need answer; liberal inducements
to right people. Call at 519 Ist ay S, between
7 and 8, evening, Oct. 28.
WANTED—A YOUNO WOMAN TO WORK
in hospital; will pay good wages and give
beat of Instruction in nursing; write and give
references. Address Jajnestown City Hospital,
Jamestown. N. D. ,
WANTED—A. COMPETENT AND CAPABLE
girl for housework; good home; best of wages.
Call at 1 E 25th st.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALB
Continued.
TO WOMEN; HOW TO CARE FOR HER
self; no danger; absolutely gate; improves
the health and Insures happiness; send stamp
for circular to Improvement Co., Box 130,
Portland. Oregon.
EVENING" BUSINESS SCHOOL—OPENS
Monday, Sept. 30. Speed class In shorthand.
Send for evening circular. Curtiss Bus. Col.
lege and Uregg Shorthand School. Boston blk.
WANTED—GOOD FIRST GIRL; GOOD WA
ges for competent person. Inquire 1120 Grove
lai'd iiv.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE
work; three in family; no children; near
Church at. 412 Waahlngton ay SE.
WANTED, A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of three : 2709 Emerson ay S.
GIRL~WANTED~FOR~WORK IN~PHOT~O
graph gallery. Call at No. 14 6th st NE.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at 3016 Park ay.
WANTED~~GOOD GIRL IN SMALL FAMILY.
Good wages paid; references required. 115
W _ 39th_Jt.
IMPALPABLY FINE, ADHESIVE, HARM
less, describes beautifying Satin-Skin Pow
der. 25c. Flesh, white, brunette tints.
WANTED—NEAT AND WILLING GIRL OR
woman to assist with housewofk and care of
children, for room and board. 119 W 26th st.
WANTED—GIRL~f6r~GENERAL HOUSED
work and places for second and nurse girls;
also middle-aged woman for city limits;
good home, reasonable wages. Call on Mrs.
Wagy, 1920 Pillsbury ay. Northwestern,
Telephone. 833 J2.
WANTED-^-A GOOD YOUNG NURSE GIRL.
References exciangod. 2216 Bryant ay S.
girls Yo^iXke 6v^Tll¥~on~power
machines; also one to run buttonhole ma
chine; will teach new hands. Seelj-e, 244'
Hennepin.
WANTED—INEXPERIENCED GIRL WILL
lng to assist with housework and care of one
child; small family. 3424 Irving ay S, one
block from Como-Harrlet car.
WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL, SMALL
family. 600 W 32d st.
WANTED—COMPETENT HOUSEKEEPER
• and cook; American, not over 40 or younger
than 20; one child no objection. Address Alex
Fling, Oak Park, Benton cdunty,_Minn.
WANTED—FOUR WOMEN" FOR OUR~MAN^
ufacturing department of burial garments,
etc.; must have fair knowledge of dressmak
ing, good executive ability and capable of
managing a room. Apply at once, the North
western Casket Co., j>6l 17th_av_NB.
GIRL WANTED AT ONCE~FOR~GENERAL
housework. Inquire at 2617 16th ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Call Mrs. C. A. Robinson, 3328 Port
land ay.
WANTED—STENOGRAPHER; ONE ACCUS
tomed to billing preferred. Address 1411,
Journal.
WANTED—A COMPETENT NURSE GIRL
at 2428 Portland ay.
WANTED — COMPETENT COOK, ALSO
good second girl. 1370 Spruce place.
A YOUNG GIRL TO CARE FOR CHILDREN
four or five afternoons in the week, from 3 to
C. Call 703 Bth st SE.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE
work; family of three. George E. Ray, 2725
Chicago ay.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION (VOICE TRAIN
lug and chorus singing) one year free of
charge; membership, $1; no other expenses.
Rehearsals Monday evenings, 8. o'clock, at
Minneapolis School of Music, 64 12th st S.
Andreas Rohne, director.
LADIES WANTEETf"O~DO PLAIN NEEDLE
work for us at home; we furnish materials
end pay $7 to $10 per week. Send addressed
stamped envelop to Standard Co., Indiana ay,
Chicago.
LADIES WANTED TO WORK ON~SO FA
pillows; materials furnished; steady work
j guaranteed; experience unnecessary; send
stamped envelop to Miss McGee, needlework
dept.,_ldeal Co.._ Chicago.
VERY DESIRABLE "FURNISHED ROOMS
In modern steam-heated house, near good
board and walking distance. 819 4th ay S.
WANTED^OMPETENT~~QIRL~FOR GEN
eral housework. 930 Chicago ay.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
THE PANTORIUM SAYS: Don't buy new
h&ts until you see their hatter.
WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAPT, 414 3D ST
S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
etc., bought, sold and exchanged. Largest
line In city constantly on hand. Tel. Main
2702 J 3. ,
LUMBERMEN, TAKE NOTICE.
Barrett & Zimmermen, the largest horse
dealers in the northwest, have from 300 to
500 head of heavy logging horses constantly
on hand at their Midway Horse MarKet, St.
Paul, Minn., and at their stables, opposite
| postofflce, Duluth. They have your kind.
Come and pick them at right prices.
BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on
hand all classes of horses. Logging horses
a specialty, and driving horses. If you
want a horse of any kind, give us a call.
FOR SALE—GOOD DRIVINCTbAY MARE,
weight about 1,100 lbs; worth $150; will sell
at $75 cash, to avoid keeping her this win-
I ter. Good driver and stylish. Can be seen
j at Youmans' livery, 616 E 17th st.
*UK SALK-A GENTLE HORSE, ABOUT
1,200 pounds. Also good surrey and harness.
This Is a bargain. Staring livery stable. No.
114_E_26th_st.^
FOR SALE—BEST WORK HORSE IN TOWN
cheap; 1,700 lbs, 7 years old; or will trade pair
and harness for driver. Batcnelder, 2810 15th
I av_S.
FEJED FOR HORSES, COWS, CHICKENS,
cheap. Flour City Feed Mill. 257 9th ay S.
FOR SALE, STOUT LITTLE BLACK HORSE
—8 years old; also new harness and buggy.
Calljit j?543J2d st NE; Mrs. A. F. Hilg«dick.
FOR SALE—GRAY" MARE,~6~TEARS CLOT
kind and gentle; also harness and rubber-
I tired runabout 1208 3d st N.
I A GOOD HORSE" FOR" DRIVING OR LIGHT
delivering; weight 1,076; runabout and har
ness, all in good shape, $65, or horse for $40.
| 2713 Fremont ay S.
| HARNESSr~HARNESST~HARNESS—SEVER
;aI hundred sets of Roberts' Supply House
stock of harness, which we sell cheaper than
Roberts' former cheap prices. Widmayer &
, Prendergast, 414 3d at S. I __
I FORSALE—A BRONCHO PONY, $8. ALSO
a fresh Jersey cow, $35. 3832 Harriet ay.
FOR SALE—HORSEJ COMING 4 "THIS
spring; will sell cheap, if taken soon. 1631
E 18.th st
$35 — CHUNKY 1,160-POUND DELIVERY
horse, or trade for smaller horse. 19H Cen
tral ay NB.
FOR SALE—FIVE YEARS OLD, SOUND,
1,100 pounds, kind, good style, for $100. Call
to-morrow. 8010 Oliver ay N. Take Perm
ay car.
FOR SALE—TWO HORSES, CHEAP; ARE
especially good drivers for lady. Either sult
' able for delivery purposes. Call 612 Van
j Buren st NE.
$20 FOR GOOD, SOUND WORK MARE;
weight 1,100 pounds. 1,250-pound mare, $45;
good worker and fat. 201 2d ay S.
for" sale—horse, buggy and har
ness for $30. Call at 47 Eastman ay, Nicol
let island.
ONE OLD BUT GOOD VICTORIA FOR SALE
I cheap, or will trade for now bicycle. See
j Scott, at Yerxa Bros,' store.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES— WT'D
THE PANTORIUM—Give them a trial; see
how well they please you.
WANTED —Horses to board for winter; near
city; warm barns; good care. 308 Boston blk.
HORSES BOARDED. BEST OF CARE,
low prices. Wood Lake stock farm, 2H miles
south of city, Lyndale ay. J. B. Irwln,
Richfield, Mjnn. _
A GENTLE DRIVER, WEIGHING ABOUT
1,100; would prefer one with a little speed;
horse traders and truck gardeners need not
write. Address Box 42, Albert Lea.
WILL~EXCHANGE~GdbD~FAMILY COW.
gentle and a rich milker, for driving horse;
no plugs wanted. Brown, Park ay and 50th st
WANTED—SADDLE HORSE; ALSO SINGLE
driver and buggy; pay cash for good pur
chase. Address 1434, Journal.
35 ' INSTRUCTION"^
THE PANTORIUM—EmpIoy none but experi
enced help; turn out nothing but good work.
SPANISH INSTRUCTION BY NATIVE,
competent teacher; private or in class; class
just forming. For particulars address 707,
Journal. # _
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN
shorthand, etc., from Nov. 1, to take advan
tage of rates; prospective students must have
good education; satisfaction guaranteed. For
particulars, address 730 Andrus building.
THE^ GREGG SHORTHAND SCHOOL, 321
Ktsota building; day and evening sessions;
best . system, best methods; teacher direct
j from Gregg Bchool, Chicago.
I PRIVATE LESSONS IN SHORTHAND,
bookkeeping, English, Latin, German, geom
etry, algebra. For terms call Tuesday, Thurs
day, Friday evenings, or address H., 2906
Stevens- ay.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION—PIANO, ORGAN,
violin, mandolin, guitar, vocal, elocution,
harmony, chorus singing; thorough, progress
ive method; lessons given day and evening;
easy terms. Minneapolis School of Music, 64
12th st S. Andreas Rohne, director.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAU.
35 INSTRUCTION
,'_*' .■■•■'. :r"-', - Continued. ' ■''■■*'*; ''■■'■"' * '■
THOROUGH AND PRACTICAL INSTRUC
tion In piano and violin. Careful attention
to all. 601 Aldrlch ay N, corner sth ay. ■
Qfi LOANS AND CHATTELS
THE PANTORIUM— your eye on ' us.
We are up to date and you knew It. ■ . y
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg, :
QUICK LOANS MADE ON FURNITURE,
pianos, etc., without removal; easy payments,
cheapest rates; business confidential. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., room 306, Bank of
Commerce .bldg. corner Ist av.S and 4th st.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
furs In storage and warehousa receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. < Monthly . Install
ment Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan. ;
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLl
catlon on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
fixtures, etc., goods to remain la your' Undi
sturbed possession. *--■* •• • ■, ■ >
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
Minneapolis Loan Co., 601-2 Globe Building.
A PRIVATE) PARTY AT 506 GUARANTY
building will loan you any amount on any
good security reasonably. Confidential. Easy
monthly payments. "'«•'■ '<-: -'' ■'•■•'■,■.■-■■" '■'■'■ r>i-
ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE,
pianos, or any good collateral; quickly, con
fidentially, very >reasonably.!. Herbert Wil
liams. 916 Guaranty building. ■ ...<• ■. ■
37 ; ; LOSTrand.found ,
THE PANTORIUM—CIaim a well-satisned
customer Is a good add. What do you think?
LOST-LADY^ GOLD WATCH, WITH
small photo on face, between Chicago and
Nlcollet ays, on 9th or 10th sts. * Return to
616 PUlsbury building for reward. " __ •
LOST—A DARK-BROWN HORSE; WEIGHT
1,300 pounds, little white spots on forehead
and flank; buckskin; branded on right shoul
der, also left, hind quarter; had a bridle on
with large rings in bit;-left engine-house No.
17, 9:30 p. m., Oct. 23. Any information, tele
phone fire department headquarters. ■ -
THE PARTY IS KNOWN THAT TOOK $10
bill from Cameron & Miller grocery store,
Friday, Oct. 25. To avoid trouble return to
atore or to Mrs. Fox, 77 9th st 8.
LOST—A ROAN MILCH COW, FROM 913
sth st N. Please return or notify H. Clue
man, 913 sth st N. ■ ■ ,■:
Lost— oct, 2, between 3ist and 38th
sts, Lyndale ay S, mink collarette, pleated
and trimmed with heads, tails and claws.
Please leave it at Journal office for $1 reward.
LOST—GENT'S NEW QUAKER WHEEL?
Finder call at 1220 Guaranty building for llb
eral reward. No questions asked.
FOUND—BICYCLE. INQUIRE OF HARRI-
Bon & Smith, 7th ay S and 4th st.
LOST—A GOLD LOCKET, WITH DIAMOND
setting, prized on account of containing lock
of parents' hair. Please return for reward to
Journal office.
LOST 1 OR STOLEN—A BLACK HORSE;
weight 1,500 pounds; bar shoe on left front
foot. Return for reward to D. Quinn, 2436
Portland ay.
39 MEDICAL
THE PANTORIUM—Say, just ask any one
about us; they will say we're all right.
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626~~HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR A CA3E~OF
suppression my Regulator fails to relieve in
24 hours. This applies to all obstinate ab
normal cases from any cause. This harmless
compound concentrated fluid extract has
never failed. Don't submit to operations.
Positively guaranteed. Many saved from sui
cide. Mall S3 Dr. Jackson R Co., R-812, 167
Dearborn, Chicago.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 26c.
' C. K. MACK, !
Cures rheumatism in from one to four weeks.
Expenses small. Call or address C. K. Mack,
specialist. 1111 Hennepin.
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS' SPIT
ciallst, cures every case; write for pamphlet.
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay. Minneapolis.
LADIES — I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE"
my extract of Cacti to relieve the longest and
most obstinate cases of delayed monthly pe
riods without pain or danger in two to five
days. Price $1.50. Dr. N. Perkins, 404 Hue
ted building, Kansas City, Kansas.
A HYGIENIC. PROPERLY PREPARED AR
ticle, Satin-Skin Powder, absorbs perspira
tion, soothes, allays Irritation, refines the
complexion. 85c.
MRS7~~DR. F. McKAY, REMOVED FROM
620% to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take
elevator. Electricity, magnetism aad bathe.
4^ MINNETONKA PROPERTY
THE PANTORIUM—The largest place of its
kind west of Chicago. •
JAEGER & TORELLE.
The summer girl has flitted away to sun
nier climes, but we are still handling Lake
Minnetonka real estate, and offer the largest
assortment of cottages, lots, acres and farms
in th& lake region. 310 Bank of Commerce.
TWO FINE FARMS FOR SALE, ON HAL
stead's bay; large lake frontage; short drive
from Mound station. Also beautiful lot on
Carman's bay, near Hotel Buena Vista. Ad
dress H. H. M., Mound, Minn.
JAEGER & TORELLE, O
O 310 Bank of Commerce. p
p BARGAIN —21\£ acres, near Long Q
o lake; highly improved in every re- Q
o sped; net profit on last season's crops Q
8 of currants, raspberries and blackber- O
pries, after all expenses have been paid, Q
8 over $1,200. For sale, for two weeks p
8 only, at $3,000. Apply immediately to Q
JAEGER & TORELLE. Q
WANTED— LOT BETWEEN DEEP
haven and Excelsior, or small cottage and lot;
must be oheap. 1397, Journal. ,-••.'■■> ' / •'
WE HAVE SEVERAL BARGAINS IN COT
tages, • lots and acres at Mlunetonka; buy
while there are snaps. Swtnsen & Langum,
514 Bank of 'Commerce. --' ■,■ - .
42 NOTICE : "~~
THE PANTORIUM—Not the oldest place, but
the best place to hare work done. i^ .
A A
* NOTICE— HAT. MAN IS HERE. •>
•> Came direct from New York to make ♦>
<* your old hat over In the 1901 fall ♦>
♦*♦ block, so it looks like new. . This •>
•> saves you the price of a pair of gloves, ♦:♦
•> . (Good investment, don't you think so?) [ *{♦
♦!♦ Out-of-town work solicited. ■'.»'.: . «*♦
•>■ •••■• ■■ - ■■■ -•.■.". ♦
A THE PANTORIUM. %
•> 926-7 Nicollet. :- . r *«>
♦ . . ■■■ :;.*. .-\ '■♦*♦
JTOTICE-ALL NEXT WEEK EXTRA DEEP
cut prices on new and uncalled-for pictures
left 60 days; must frame pictures cheap to
keep four framemakers busy; first • quality
French glass, newest patterns moldings;
ovals, oil paintings sale. Zesbaugh, 11 sth
st S. ' '•-■■:- ■■ '■''■■ ";
~AA~ PERSON AL~
THE PANTORIUM—CIean lace curtains,
draperies so they look like • new., "..' ■ . ■■•'
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 407 Nicollet.' Telephone,
M 659 J2; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours,
11 a. m. to sp. m. Dr. B. Shepard. .' y
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
ees in her house If she doesn't want them,
"Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 60c
per, box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing
testimonials on each box. ■;• '
DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND
Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck "Wing
and private by appointment. Holcomb's
Academy, 43 4th at S. r - . ':' . "
HAIR AND SCALP REMEDIES.
Dandruff, falling hair or Itching and ecie
matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the
day their us« has begun. - Sand stamp -for
particulars or 50c for trial course. 0. K.
Chance, &80 Syndicate Arcade, j Minneapolis,
Minn. •■■-'■■ ---,--.-, . - ,
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents gray ness. 60c. Voegeli.
' , FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
Irregular and suppressed menstruation. cured ,
quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bid, Minneapolis.
i EXAMINATION FREE. ,; ':\
T. H. BLY, M. D.,-SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women;-all irregularities correct-1
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing confinement; new book 25c,- all you need
to know. Office. 27 4th st S. third floor.
HOME-MADE CAKES—62S Hennepin ay, Mrs
Pratt, formerly with Mpls. Dry Goods Co. '
WRITERS' BUREAU—LITERARY COMPO
sltlons, orations, addresses, sermons furnished
on short notice and .liberal terms. : Communi
cations strictly confidential. ' Address Frank
J. Mead, secretary, 99 Spruce place, flat 1,
Minneapolis. . ■ ,'?■;"'■
BRING YOUR MUNSEY'S, LESLIE'S, HAR
pers, Scribners, etc., to the Great Western
Printing Co., 328 3d st S, to be bound. Spe
cial prices. • . ■• ■*■- /.-''"
MORPHINE, OPIUM, laudanum, CO
calne habit myself cured; will inform •of
harmless permanent home cure. Mrs. Bald
win, box 1212. Chicago. ■'- ■•'■.•.;.-.- ■.-:. t
DR. WYAft, LOCATED 16 YEARS AT 230
Hennepin by, has had 30 yean Of wonderful
success in curing men and women of all sex
ual, kidney, blood and waiting diseases. Visit
him or.write him free and get •sured.;
44 ■•'-•'; PERSONAL •
-;; ' ';'."'.:'"": % Continued. "
VITALITY low, , debilitated or exhausted,
cured by Dr. Kline's Invigorating Tonic; free,
$1; trial ■ bottle ; containing two weeks' treat
ment. * Dr. Kline's Institute, 931 Arch st,
Philadelphia. Pa. ■ • Founded 1871.
AM 60.. WEALTHY. BUT LONELY; WILL
make home happiest spot on earth to appre
ciative wife. Address Mr. Kiefer, box 948,
Milwaukee, Wla.
'• : CHEAP RAILROAD TICKETS
To all points, until Oct. 31. See W. R. Gitt,
252 Nlcollet ay. cornered. ■ ■■:
MEN—NO CURE. NO PAY; IF YOU HAVE
small weak organs, lost power or weakening
drains, our Vacuum Organ Developer will re
store you without drugs or electricity; 75,000
used, not one failure. ; Write for free particu
lars; sent sealed in plain envelop. Local Ap
pliance Co., 619 Thorpe block. Indianapolis,
Ind. ■-■'••
TICKETS CHEAP—CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
Omaha, Kansas City and Denver. W. R.
Gitt, 252 Nlcollet.' corner 3d.
OH HO. '.:
. Weak men, our improved Vacuum Developer
guaranteed cheapest; best on earth for sexual
weakness, stricture, :• losses, varicocele; en
larges shrunken organs; particulars sealed.
The World's Cure, Co., Denver, Col. . • ,
YOUR FUTURE TOLD BY VISHNAR, HlN
doo astrologer; writes you personal letter;
wonderfully reliable; don't miss it; write to
day. ' Send dime, lock of hair, date of birth '
and stamp to Swart, Empire theater, A Al
bany, N. ,Y. v '■' <- ■■ > ■
LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN- '
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c. stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladles" in letter by return mall; at
druggists., Chlchester Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
LADIES—WE HAVE A LADIES' SPECIAL
ty which la ...meeting, with astonishing suc
cess, and the sales are enormous. For partic
ulars address New Fad Specialty Co., St.
Paul, Minn. ■ ■ ;
A~SWEETHEART FOR YOU—NO PUBLIC-
Ity; send 10c for sealed particulars, with real
names and addresses. Wlllton Pub. Co., St.
Paul, Minn. .
A GRADUATE OF AN INSTITUTE FOR
■the blind Intends establishing in this city, In
the near future, a point print magazine - for
the blind. All who desire to obtain a literary
reputation among such persons may do so
by sending in short stories, poetry, essays,
etc., also descriptions of fancy work. Love
stories will -be accepted, provided they are
harmless and of a clear and simple style.
Boys' and girls' stories will also be accept
able and in short everything that is worthy
to (111 the columns of a high class periodical.
Address all communications to A. M. V., 412
W 27th st, Minneapolis, Minn. •;
COMMON SOAP IRRITATES, INJURES,
reddens, roughens. Satin-Skin Soap is un
adulterated, fragrant, lasting. Try It. i
MAGNETIC HEALER— WONDERFUL
cures; see testimonials; ladies only. 341 E
l&th st. Hours. 9 to 5. '.
ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY OF 20, WORTH
$12,000, desires correspondence; object, set
tling down in life. Box 689, Toronto Junc
tlon, Ont ■',-. .. f. ..■- - " .'.: -..'.. "
SOMETHING . NEW—TRY OUR HOME
Laundry. ' Work done satisfactorily without
chemicals. Flannels done right. For par
ticulars, address 1342, Journal.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION (VOICE TRAIN
ing and chorus singing) one year free of
charge; membership, $1; no other expenses.
Rehearsals Monday, evenings, 8 o'clock, at
Minneapolis School of Music, 64 12th st S.
Andreas Rohne, director. ■ v ■:
46 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys, and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--835 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.;- branch office, room. 52, McGlll build
lng, Washington, D. C. -
REAL ESTATE—FOR ALB,.-■•
4J IMPROVED ':■-.:. '
THE PANTORIUM— your friend who
does his work. He will soon tell you.
W. A. BARNES & CO., 800-802 NICOLLBT
ay, issue a rental bulletin every 'Monday.
Call or send.-! for our New Real Estate Lists.
EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT
alogue of houses for sale is the best in the
city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay.
NEW St. Anthony Park houses, $2,000 and up
wards; easy terms. W. W. Clark.. 313 NIC.
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT BEAU
tlful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful
lakes, electric cars, ideal; homes. Robbins,
221 KasoU block. --'M ■ --• ■? >
ABSTRACTS 10 eta. per Jiumber, Hennepin
Co. Abstract Co.; Albert Fhelps. Court House.
$2,000 EQUITY IN A $3,000-HOUSE AND LOT"
1033 16th ay SE, under foreclosure, to ex
change for clear lots or clear land. Box 75,
Minneapolis. .-;■■ -;».; ' ;j,-., .«■ .; v». ....*,
- t S "DO YOU WANT A HOME? ;, -
FOR SALE—A new, nine-room, all-modern
house, on Park ay, near 31st. It is one, of
the. finest-built . houses of that size in 1; the
city. "It has everything of the best finish
ings, open plumbing, tile bathroom, stone
front porch.; it is built for a home. Any
one wanting a home, come. and look at this
«nd. you will .be.; surprised that such a fine
place can be bought for. the small price of
$5,000; it is actually worth $6,000. .. But it
must be seen to be appreciated. Call or
write to Louis N. Gayner, 640 Temple Court.
LAKE OF THE BOULEVARD
frontage, 54x160, with five-room summer cot
tage; lies up high and fine; price only $1,600.
Geo. H. Miller, 330 Lumber Exchange.
FOR' RELIABLE ABSTRACTS, CALL ON
the Title Insurance and Trust Co. .
REAL ESTATE AND MINES FOR SALE—
Hay, grain, fruit and timber lands; city prop
erty, business and dwelling houses, mines
and mining stock. H. M. McCauley, Colville,
Wash.'- ■■.■.-■■■■; ■ ■ ■. , ■-:, ■
10-ROOM HOUSE, CITY WATER AND
sewer connections; barn, lot 48x120 to alley;
close in; $3,000; cash $900, monthly $26. Low
interest. Rents for $23. Owner, 1900 Haw
thorn &v. ' /•■:.- . ' - "• -
MUST SELL 1804 (SIX-ROOM HOUSE), 180G
(five-room house) 6th st N, and 2219 11th ay
S, "11-room house; party modern, 2220 12th ay
S, eight-room house; all have storm and
screen sash and stone sidewalks. 1943 Crys
tal Lake ay. : . . .-■','■
FOR CHEAP, LOT WITH A SMALL
house, corner 2d and 20th ay •N. S. Kuehn,
615 Glrard ay N. ' ■•.:..■'.-•.
FOR- SALE—GOOD SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
and lot, cellar, cistern and well, good locality.
Inquire at 3419 18th ay S. -•- . ;-■•-■
MAN'S WORK IS FROM SUN TO SUN; A
"Woman's work is never done. Buy her a
sweet, pretty home; you will never regret It.
Edmund G. Walton, real estate broker, 300
Heonep-ln ay. ;. ■ : ■■■■ -'4 ■•.' • :■■■'':■-.. ■. ■
IT COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK AT 8041
Park ay, nine - rooms; it is all completed
now; ilf you ■ can - show me anything better
for. $5,000, I make you a present of the house.
1244, Journal. .
FOR . SALE—MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE,
Sunnyslde district; gas fixtures, • shades, par
quet floors, etc., $3,500; 11 full lots near car
line,. 33d et, $60 each; 132 feet, Bth st and
7th ay, only $46 per foot; two houses and lot
99x141, 18th ay NE, $800; two acres near Mln
nehaha fails, with house and barn, $1,000;
41 acres on river road, near Coon Creek sta
tion, $35 per acre; modern house, St. An
thony Park, full corner lot, well rented,
$2,700; 5,000 acres near Sparta, Wis., $5 per
468-acre improved farm near Red Wing,
$35 per. acre; 400-acre improved farm, Olm
sted county, - Chester station, fine buildings.
$50 per acre. P. M. Woodman, 839 Lumber
Exchange. ] :,- 5..-^
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO.,
.'.. - f . : No. 11l Fourth st S. . :
$900—No. 2707 15th ay house of c lght rooms.
.-•:",:. Also barn. Very large lot, 59x127. . •„•
$3,000— 3430 10th ay S; house of eight
• v.: ■-. rooms; modern except heat; basement;
piped-for gas and furnace; hardwood
finish first floor: east-front lot, 40x12*.
WE HAVE FARMS AND LANDS TO EX
change for improved " and unimproved 5 city
property; also city property for acres and
farms. Swensen & Langum, 514 Bank of
Commerce. . ,
I MONEY TO LOAN—I WILL LOAN $300 TO
$2,000 on East Minneapolis homes at reason
able Interest. Doming, 2407 Central ay.
8252 28SSS25SS888888SSSSSS2 «SS2SBSBSB?SS2SB2^S 82SS
Iff $6,500- '' ' ' "*• 88
8 ••-•■-■ IP YOU ARE LOOKING Sg
•« (or the'biggest bargain ln'a< ::j& j
*. • t_ .' ■; modern home in the city, call "§2 |
I*, and examine No. 2110 Aldrich % j
'*2 . . ay S. Easily worth $7,500. |g I
82 JOHN L. SMITH. 82
■ W •/■ ' • j ' 110 Temple Court. 8*
*» ■ ■ ■ .»*. ;ii ■-.;•■■ ;•■■•■ ■' ■ " : 5°
88888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888
•• ■ ' W. C. ALLAN, •
Heal Estate, Loans, Rentals— Kasota Blk.
$2,600— Only, for good business corner, 55 feet
• r ; front, on Washington ay N, Inside 20th
". ay, with large eight-room house. ■ ,'
$J,7so—Only, for good, eight-room modern
house. 'In eighth ward, not far out.
$1,200— - ten-room -house, on 18th ay S;
!: rents -for $18; fine investment. ,- -■■■■':■■•■.
$725— For neat little home near South Side
high school.* "... .—
$I,3oo—For good ■ tight-room - house jon Pills
•• vbury. ay, beyond 28th Bt. -■ ,
$600—For house near 26th and 29th ay S. . -.
$700 —'For corner, 1 Chicago ay and 32d st.x,.'..^
$40— lots on Aldrich ay S. : •
' SEVERAL nice modern houses in eighth
-* '"' ward, cheap. : , . ' - '
$850—For good house on 24th st,. near River
:. side; $400 cash down; rent will pay 25
■■ ■ per cent on amount Invested. -
SBVEN-ROOM - HOUSE,: ON ■>, OAR \ LINE,
convenient to school and stores. \ Webster, 804
Phoenix. v. •.;■■ .■;. - ; . -i _ ;: _ , "._ ■ - - ■
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE , H
40 UNIMPROVED
THE PANTORJUM ARE PROMPT. This is
what makes them so popular. , •
$2.50 PER ACRE— CENTS PER ACRE
down, balance to suit. 15,900 acres, i all in
one township; railroad runs directly through
property. Estimated $14,000 worth •of valu
able timber on property. B. M. Hunger
! ford. Attkin. Minn. ' .
IP YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT,
sent for Edmund G. Walton's printed list
and maps. General office, 300 Hennepln ay.
LARGE LOT, 50x125; CITY WATER AND
walk; on 19th ay S, near 33d st; price $150.
David C. Bell Investment Co., 11l 4th st S.
CALHOUN PARK—ISO CHOICE LOTS IN
this desirable locality for sale by Jos. L.
Hlckson, 3229 Calhoun boulevard.
TWO LOTS IN COTTAGE CITY, ONLY $120
for both; double corner, near Harriet car
line; snap; also two lots in Remington's sec
ond, on oar line, $300 for both, nice trees The
Finance Co., 620 Temple Court.
SEATTLE, THE NEW YORK OF THE PA
ciflc, values double rapidly; buy a lot now;
can locate central .on small investment.
Smith, 82 7th st S.
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO., '
•'■' ■; • No. 11l Fourth st S. ' •''■ ■-?
$200—On 19th ay NE, just ofl Central ay;
size 33x176; stone walk. »
$225— 0n 3d st NE, .between 22d and 23d ays;
size. 43x157; city water. ,
$150—On 119 th ay S, between 33d and 34th sts
■ size 50x125; city water and walk.
$I,ooo— On Dupont fly S, between Franklin
ay and 22d st, large lot, 58x115; sewer,
■ water, gas and stone walk. ■ : •
♦ ... ,;■ ;; ; ■-;■ ■ ; *
v •>
♦ ■ ... .... . . a
•> J. F. CONKLJN & ZONNE CO., A
»•'-.- •-.: •■:-.-.■■ y .r .;,..,:■ . Y.
y . . .No. 115 Tempi© Court. •> A
♦!• A
y $275.00- „ A
y A
y Each for three good lots on Pleas- A
y ant ay and 35th st. Size 40x147. A
v A
v A
y. $300.00- A
y A
y For a good lot on Colfax ay S, near A
•> 33d st. Size 40x128. A
?:. - - A
v ♦
V $500.00- - - A
♦■. . A
y Each for two good lots on Dupont ♦;•
y and 31st st. Size 45x128. A
X■■■■ ■■ ■ V
X V
V --w.v- ■■-. . A
y See us for lots in Remington's sec- •>
y ond, Grovelan. and Sunnyslde addi- ♦!•
♦> tions. A
y' tlons. ■. ::■';.;-. •. .-; '„. . .-•• a
A
♦ A
♦x»,»X"X~x^"X^"X~X"X"X"X**«x»
4-9 FARM LANDS
THE PANTORIUM LEADS; others follow,
because we're up to date In all things.
FARM 1 LAND FOR SALE—B.OOO ACRES, IN
Stutsman county. North Dakota, will be sold
together at a bargain. Apply to James C
Young, No. 304 Guaranty Loan building, Min
neapolis. .- ■
TEN ACRES, EXCEPT ROAD, ON NICOL
let ay road; 1% miles from city limits; for
only $125 per acre. David C. Bell Investment
Co.. 11l 4th st S. ■•■■-■
3,000 ACRES IN CASS COUNTY AT $1.75 PER
acre;- cheapest thing In the northwest
Thomas Watts. 518 Boston block.
FOR SALE—A GOOD FARM OF 139 ACRES,
near Farlbault, Minn.; 90 in cultivation, 24
natural meadow,; 25 pasture and timber;
cheap barns but good six-room house; fine
grove, ' well, windmill, etc. Small payment,
balance can run ten years. Address H H.
Bishop, owner, Mountain Grove, Missouri, or
Louis Carufel, Faribault, who will show the
property. . . -, ■ '
BEST PRAIRIE IN MINNESOTA, 320
acres, $5,000; 160 acres, $2,600; 200 acres.
$3.100. , O. B. Harris, 94 East 4th st, St. Paul.
NORTH DAKOTA PRAIRIE—BOO ■ ACRES,
3% miles from ;' station, $2.50. ' Section five
miles from station, $2.75. Section three miles
from station, $2.90. Two sections, with flow
ing, water, $3.50. One section, close to county
seat, $5.75. Farms and wild lands in the Red
River valley and near St. Paul and Mlnne
apolls. O. B. Harris, 94 E 4th st, St. Paul.
TWELVE QUARTER SECTIONS, 1,920
acres, Sargent county, North Dakota. All
choice selected' land, rich, deep black prai
rie mold top 1 soil, clay sub; no waste or '
gravel ;or sand; surface level; in best part
of county and close to markets. Lands sell
ing in there for $15 an acre. Will close this
bunch out for $10 an acre;- or, may be, shade
I that a little. Address 1224, Journal.
FOR SALE— OWNER—IBB ACRES, WITH
some buidings; over 25 acres clear, rest hard
wood timber and meadow; located on Lake
Little McDonald, 7 miles from Perham, Otter
Tall county, Minn. 241 acres wild land In
Morrison county. 160 and 130 acres in Swift
county; all good 50i1...' Address S. Kuehn, 615
Qlrard ay N, Minneapolis. __^
I A SNAP IN RED RIVER VALLEY LAND,
four miles from Red- river, three miles to
railroad station; grain elevator and cream
ery; ten miles to Crookston; 680 acres, half
under cultivation, plowed; house, barn, gran
ary,, artesian well, pasture, ■ etc. Must be
sold to settle partnership. . E. M. Paulson, 5
Washington ay S, Nlcollet House block.
$150 CASH BUYS MY 20 ACRES; RIVER
town, 60 miles from Minneapolis. . Get your
money and answer quickly. , Owner, 1309,
Journal. . '. I
FOR SALE OR 130-ACRE CATTLE
ranch, • with the cattle; plenty of range and
hay' land. Hiram Gibson, 515 Temple Court.
320 ACRES OF GOOD LAND IN POPE
conuty, Minnesota, within two miles of a
good town; $16-per acre. Best bargain in
the state. Lock box 30, Morris, Minn.
TEN ACRES, ALL UNDER CULTIVATION;
nice house and barn; splendid place for a
chicken ranch; or you can pay for this with
one crop of potatoes. Only. thirty miles from
Minneapolis and half a mile from station.
Price $800. S. A. Carlisle, Wyoming, Minn.
FOR SALE— ACRES, 22 MILES FROM
Minneapolis, on the banks of the Mississippi;
150 under plow.; cuts about 100 tons of hay;
lays fine; black soil; a splendid set of build-'
ings; 38 head of ■ swine, 34 head of cattle, 4
horses, plenty, of ' feed till next year; all the
machinery. Cheap at $12,000. Price $8,000.
S. A. Carlisle, Wyoming, Minn.
320 . ACRES OF LAND ABOUT 25 ■' MILES
from- Minneapolis, covered with red and
white oak; will cut about 150 tons of hay;
enough wood to more than pay for it. This
would , make 'a . splendid stock. farm. Price
$12.50 per acre. Postmaster, Llnwood, Minn.
LANDS-'A TRACT -OF 28,000 ACRES. 35
miles from -Winnipeg, all prairie except 3,000
acres of timber; good soil; at $2.50 to $3.60
an acre. Also a tract of 3,300 acres at $3.50.
Here is a chance for a speculation. Examine
lands while weather is good. Address W. B.
Kellogg, Drayton, N. D. ■ v
$800-$ 100 , DOWN—I6O ACRES, 3 MILES
from Menahga, Wadena county, Minn., where
in lands sell $30 acre; also, .fourteen yearly
payments/ 30 cents acre, half mile Randall
Ashley Ateare. . , : ■
IMPROVED FARMS IN NORTH DAKOTA
at low prices and on easy terms. Any part
of the state and any size. Stock farms,
grain farms and farms for general agricul
tural purposes. Wild lands for Investment.
List your North Dakota land with me. Full
particulars to buyers. S. F. Sherman, Tower
City. N. D. •# . ■■ • '
$800—160 ACRES, DAY COUNTY, DAKOTA.
$800—160 acres, Clark county, Dakota.
$800—160 acres. -Marshall county, Dakota.
HOBART, Phoenix building. „
NORTH DAKOTA, DICKEY COUNTY—I6O
acres, $700; 7 quarters, Sargent county, $6 to
$9 acre; 8 quarters,- Ransom county, '$8 to
$10; Burlelgh county, i quarters, $2.15; Steele
county, 4 fine quarters, close -to station,,
$15.50. Minnesota, Red Lake county, 4 quar
ters, $8 to $10; Aitkin county, quarter 3 miles
from Aitkln, $1,000; Wilktn county, fine quar
ter, $3,000; Kittson county, fine quarter,
$1,600. F. J. Perclval, 806 Guaranty building.
A . GREAT -, SNAP—I4I ACRES ON - FIN
lake within half mile of popular summer hotel
and about three miles from Detroit, -Minn.,
100 acres under plow, . $15 per acre if taken
at bne&f 73-acre farm on canal, 1% miles
from Detroit, Minn., 85 acres broken, balance
timber and . meadow, good buildings, $1*600;
we have aVso a large list of first-class timber
■ and. prairie land in western part of Becker
: county Minn., at <, reasonable- prices and
i terms. Lake Park Land Co., 419 Phoenix
i building, Minneapolis, Minn. : " f
! |20 AN ACRE, SOLID SECTION, 2 MILES
i from Herman, Grant count. Smooth,- level,
I rich land. One crop of flax will pay for it.
: Hobart Phoenix building. . ■ .- ■■..'■.
400^ACRB (FARM, "BUFFALO, WRIGHT
county, (Minn.; only $25 an acre; fine stock
farm ■ good ; Improvements, and well worth
$50 an acre. Hobart, Phoenix building.
$850 FOR 10 ACRES, 58TH ST. SOUTH OF
Lake Harriet; $1,300, 10 acres, with buildings,
near Robbinsdale: cut-over land. Minnesota,
at $1 80; ' $800, 160 acres good land, Benton
county,- near station; many atock farms; 36
farms. Red River valley. I. !A. Dunsmoor,
6HJ Phoenix. .- .- : *■>■• ! • - .
■d6~you~want FARM IN!CLAY county,
Minn., at half price? Call early and be hap
py. How is Pope county farm, near station,
at only $13, or-Steams at $16 per acre? Fine
160 In Anoka" county, near station, at 700.
Hundreds of farm* in" Minnesota, Dakotas.
Colorado and Oregon at very low price. J.
W Oyen, 808 Phoenix building. Minneapolis.
For • sALgriieFILcRES ■ OF SELECTED
hardwood timber land in Pine cpunty. Minn.,
and 980 acres in Douglas county, , Wls.; : is
rich black loam, clay subsoil; owner will
sell for half . value in ; order to get : money.
Don't miss It. Write me for price. Cannot
be beat for Investment. Will sell part. Mc-
Quade/,712 Northwestern block.
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
FIND THE OLD GUIDE WHO IS HELPING HER CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Continued. .
FARMS AND LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF
Hennepln county. See Swensen ft • Langum,
514 Bank of Commerce.
LOTS AND ACRES IN AND NEAR WASH
burn Park, on and near Nicollet ay car line.
Lauderdale & Co., 355 Temple Court.
50^REAI^ESTATE—EXCHANGE^
TO EXCHANGE—A CLEAR FARM IN
North Dakota, all under cultivation, with
good buildings, for a few acres at Minne
tonka, with or without improvements. Ad
dress 1501 Mount Curve ay. j
TO EXCHANGE—HAVE "DOWNTOWN, IM
provery property, worth $25,000, to exchange
for farm land. Also two new, modern houses
for a farm. F. P. Pllcher, Bank Commerce.
I HAVE SEVERAL EXCELLENT PIECES
of improved city property, ■ all clear; that I
would exchange for farm land. 1416, Journal.
$350, A NICE EAST FRONT LOT, INSIDE
Lake st and 12th ay S; take horse and buggy
or two-seat as'part pay. 513 Phoenix Mdg.
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE
THE PANTORIUM—Put on velvet collars
and put In new linings, and do It right.
SITUATION WANTED— COACHMAN, BY
man of 25 years;. five years' experience; good
references. Address lockbox 554, Minneapolis.
SINGLE, MIDDLE-AGED, STEADY SCAN
dinavian man desires office work; good pen
man, quick at figures. Address M. A. Thomp
son, Newport. Minn. -
A MIDDLE-AGE'b~~MAN WOULD LIKE PO
sltion with some well-established company,
where there is a chance for advancement,
have had first-class office experience for past
ten years. Can furnish good references. Ad
dress 1193, Journal. - i
AN EXPERT YOUNG MAN STENOGRA- '
pher, with several years' experience in the
real estate business and possessing good
knowledge of that business and of South Da
kota land and lend values, desires position in
the city. Can furnish- best references. Ad
dress Lock Box 10, Bowdle, 8. D.
BOOKKEEPER, EMPLOYED DURING THE
day, would like evening employment on books
or copying, addressing, etc. Owns typewriter.
Address 1187, Journal. ' .
MARRIED MAN MUST HAVE WORK AT
once, salary not less than $10. 020, Journal.
UNIVERSITY STUDENT HAVING BUSl"
ness experience would like to work. in store
or office during spare hours. . 1235, Journal.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT COACHMXN
desires position; best of references furnished.
A. W. G., 121 7th st NE.
MAN, 35- YEARS OLD, COMPETENT AND
wide experience; is now and has been in em
ploy of one of largest railroad systems In
northwest for past 14 years, has in part col
lege education, and wishes •to correspond
with reliable firm or -corporation with view
to entering their service; no objection to lo
cating further south. Address 1350. Journal.
CO FEMALE}
THE PANTORlUM—People—all admit, so will
you— head the list as French dry cleaners.
WANTED—A POSITION OF TRUST. OR AS
housekeeper, by a middle-aged American
woman. Address 638, Journal.
WANTED—A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er for a widower or small number of gentle
men, by a middle-aged American lady of ex
perience and ability. 1230, Journal.-
LADY STENOGRAPHER WITH GENERAL
office experience desires permanent position;
good penman; can operate several typewrit-
Address 1280, Journal. - -
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
office girl, doctors preferred. Address 3113
Nicollet ay. . . ' .
BY A YOUNG LADY. GOOD EDUCATION,
place in some kind of office; am not a ste
nographer. Address 1328. Journal.
A POSITION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
in respectable family. Address ISSI. Journal.
53 STORAGE^ www
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
Sd st. Telephone, 656. both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO.. 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J.
WHITE'S clean and safe storage; low rates.
740 Temple Court. Tel. N. W. 2170-L-l Main.
gg^^SJO^JAJHj^C^^^
3 5
% ; - . .... VL
. ,-'■■■ •-• r ■ • ■-: - - :- %
" YOUR STORM SASH, WITH SS
tig Schroeder celebrated '■ sash ' #
% j hanging, are at the City %
l« Sash Door at the City %
Sash & Door Company's, l'3o W
D • South 4th st. D
» )»
$w##xm s MMftaaas d }a»e»eeg c
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—PLUMBING, PAINTING -AND
paper-hanging in exchange for blacksmithlng,
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
THE PANTORIUM—When they do your work,
you rest assured lt'a done right.
WE BUY diamonds or trade for sew; we pay
cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay 8.
CASH^AID foT^ll kinSs of household^oodiT
Don't sell before getting estimates from th«
Town Market, 25-2-; sth at 8. Tel. 19f13.
WANTED—A GOOD FUR COAT CHEAP FOR
cash. Address L., substation 15, city.
CAR^LOADS~bF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Bade up for Pacific coast points, making a
big savin; in freight; parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st 3.
SMALL~LOTS OF BOOKS OR WHOLE
libraries bought for cash. 605 Ist ax S,
CASH FOR OLD CLOTHES, furs, bloycles;
drop postal. A. I. Shapiro, 519 Wash, sv S.
BOOKS, ALL KINDS~~BOUGHT AND SOLO^
•Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepln ay. "
WANTED—2 TO 6-HORSE~~POWER GA&6
lene engine, second-hand, in good condition,
cheap for cash. Caton College, 620 Hennepln.
WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL
coast points. We save you one-half on
freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co., 6V4
| 4th it X.
v
58_WANTEDJgSCELLANEO^
Continued.
WANTED—A 100-LIGHT MOTOR, SECOND
hand, in good condition, at once. Lenhart
Wagon Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
WILL STORE YOUR PIANO FOR USE OP
it. Reliable people. No children. Ad
dress 1256, Journal-
WANTED— TEN LOADS GOOD
fertilizing manure, for garden; no rubbish.
3017 Irving ay S. Good dumping on garden.
WANTED—CHEAP, GOOD SECOND-HAND
typewriter, any make; state make, number,
price; also statutes 1894. Address 1396, Jour
nal.
BEFORE SELLING OR EXCHANGING
your second-hand household goods, call on '
Peter Keith, 115 Cth st S, and.get estimates.
59 WOOD AND COAL ~
% WHEN YOU BUY COAL, GO TO 5 <&
•£ and 6 Lumber Exchange. All the best •£
# grades at low prices. St. Paul & Wea- •£
yi tern Coal Co. Both phones, 1984. •£
<$t E. F. ELLIOTT, Manager. %
gQ WANTED TO RENT ~
THE PANTORIUM—Make your old hat over,
so it looks like new.
ROOM, PLAINLY FURNISHED, WITH
breakfast, wanted by gentleman of regular
habits. State terms. Address 1143, Journal.
WANTED—TO RENT SMALL STOREROOM,
with living-rooms in connection. Must be
cheap. Address 1128, Journal.
O HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? C
8 I' make a specialty of renting and S
8 taking care of all kinds of property, C
6 managing estates, etc. I can save you C
3 money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New 0
& York Life building. -
6} WAMTED RIALBSTATI
HAVE CUSTOMER FOR LOT LOCATED IN
side 12th st between Nicollet and 3d «v 3.
Call room 12, 412 NUollet.
WANT TO BUY LAND IN SARGENT, LA
Moure, Ransom or Dickey counties, N. D.;
give legal descriptions and prices for cash.
Lock Box 136, Spring Valley, Minn.
WANTED— WANT TO BUY A GOOD 10 OR
11-room modern house, Sunnyslde or Lowry
Hill preferred; want to use a good fruit farm
In part pay. 1156. Journal. •
WRITE, AND LEARN MY SUCCESSFUL
plan of selling farming property. Positively
original methods. I give you a bonus on, the
sale. I ask neither advance fees nor com
mission. A veritable gold-mine for real
estate-agents. Address Robert Kuxton, Van
buren st, Chicago. ■
HOUSES UNDER $1,000 IN PRICE; WILL
pay spot cash for best bargains offered; Norta
east Minneapolis preferred, Deuilng, 2407
Central ay. ' _
g3"^MmES^DJO«IN^^
COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA
MINING COMPANY.
Tombstone, Arizona, Oct. 5, 1901.—L. Hart,
assayer, reports on "I X L" ore assay: From
best ore, 1,135 ounces silver, at £0 cents, $681;
gold, $24; total, $706 per ton ore. Poorest
ore: Silver, 15 ounces; gold, $2; total, $11.
Copper Crown of Arizona has
COPPER, GOLD, SILVER, LEAD, IRON.
Get into Copper Crown of Ariiona at 26
cents for $1 shares; $100 of stock, $25; $1,000
of stock, $250. «
Our copper ores assay from 5 per cent to
60 per cent copper. Send for Prospectus.
CHAS. F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers,
13 Seventh st S. Minneapolis. Minn.
HIGH-GRADE GOLD MINING CO., EAS
tern Oregon. 226 Falling building, Portland,
Oregon. i
YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY -• BECOME
charter member company forming to operate
valuable mines; Georgetown, Col.; lnoorporat
ors' shares 1 cent; prospectus ready. O. I*
Hauman. Andrus building.
"~ • SOMETHING NEW.
An Investment in a gold mine guaranteed
by a reliable trust company; no chance to
lose your investment; absolutely sure* new
plan -whereby small Investments pay big In
terest and participate In Increase value of
stock. Send for literature or call on A. D.
Westby & Co., €30 Guaranty, building, Mlane
apolla. ' .. 1
64 DETECTIVE BUREAU
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU—ALL BUSl
ness strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 614-515 Phoenix build*
ing. Telephone Main 44.
SAFEs7^C?L^RT^D^IIEA!vY~MACHirI
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 M
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city,
10c; St. Paul. 15c. 15 7th st S. Tel, 1626-
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
Tana. Office, 200 Me. Tel 1208; res, tel. 2134-L.
67 MACHINERY AND'ENGINES^
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO
Machinery— Largest stock In the northwest
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d st. Mpls.
68 _„-,.;.. P>NSIONS~
, R. B. HOSTETLER,
• PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 307, Boston block. Minneapolis. Minn.
y^^^^URRIERj
LADIES INTENDING TO PURCHASE FINK
furs would do well to examine my line and
get price* on seal, otter and Persian lamb
coats. Large line of gents' fur-lined coats,
made from Imported Kersey, lined with se
lected skins; handsome, durable coats, at
moderate prices. .Repairing, remodeling a"nd
redylng. First-class work; reasonable prices.
A. Reiner, practical furrier. Thirty years'
experience. 15 9th st S, corner Hennepln.
'Phone 2729- JS main; Twin City. 1835.
DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COAT? YOUR
old one repaired or relined? See Zekman,
furrier.. 106 Hennepln, opposite city hall.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS
ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE?
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
In Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent
Beaver; Line, 302 NicgUet ay, Minneapolis.

xml | txt