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MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBEK 18, 1901.
FEEDING SOME WHEAT
MILLS ARE SOT BUSY IX KANSAS
Hope of Better Trices fur Wheat
Hake* the Riiusum Farmer
Store His Grain.
Afcilene, Ken.. Nov. 18.—Wheat is com
ing to market very slowly. The mills are
getting barely enough to grind with and
are wondering what is the matter. With
« large crap and a shortage of other
grain there should be a desire to sell, but
the termers seem to be in no hurry. Re
ports from Canton and Lindsborg in Mc-
Pherson county, from the buyers here and
at Salina all tell the same story erf a slow
marketing. Occasionally a buyer is well
satisfied, as at the Hoffman mills at En
terprise, which are receiving more than
at this time last year.
Two reasons are assigned for the hold
ing of wheat: The farmers have no place
to invest the money and hope for higher
prices and they are counting on feeding
wheat to their stock. There is practically
no cattle feeding for market in central
Kansas. The farmers are generally out of
debt, or, at least, have no overdue paper.
There is only a 3 or 4 per cent interest
rate obtainable at the banks. They con
sider that the money is safer in the wheat
than any where else. The shortage of
corn and oats leads him to believe that
there will be better prices in the spring.
There Is virtually no marketable corn in
this section. Such fields as came to
maturity have -been cut and shocked and
will be fed in the stolk. Some corn is
being shipped in and is sold at 65 to 70
cents a bust-el. Wht=tu is f>s to 57 cents.
With these figures before them the
farmers are anxious to feed wheat and
many more will do so than was at first
expected The Hoffman mills kept a
record of farmers" replies to the question:
"How much wheat will you feed?" last
week, and from their customers, all of
that community, and taken as they came,
got these figures:
Twx) will feed 500 bushels each, two 400
bushels each, three 300 bushels each, one
100 bushels, one 50 bushels, one 2,500
bushels. This indicates a much larger ex
tent of wheat feeding than was tnought
possible, and if it is a fair sample of
other communities this county will feed
one-quarter million bushels of wheat be
fore next spring. It is not going into
meat for market, but into roughing the
cattle, horses and hogs through the win
ter.
Reports from Victoria, Ellis and other
western points tell of much wheat being
heM back, more for speculation than for
feeding, however, Id that part of the state.
Cattle have been turned on the new
wheat and are getting good feed from the
fields. The Smoky Hills bottoms are
•beautiful in their rich, green covering. In
places It is almost a solid wheat field as
far as one can see. The plant, owing to
the warm autumn, covers the ground and
is giving great promise for the coming
year. It will certainly go into winter in
fine condition. Its chief danger is too
close pasturing, toward which there will
be a strong temptation.
I AGENTS WANTED
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
WANTED—THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF
every agent for any of the numerous '"Lives
of McKinley"; not to interfere with present
work, but to provide profitable employment
after territory for MeKiuley books has been
exhausted. Will give employment for bal
ance of winter, or the coming year, that will
pay $100 per month. No charge for outfit,
and we guarantee monthly profits. It will
cost nothing to write us for our proposition,
and to give us facts as to number of McKin
ley books sold and plans for the future. Ad
dress Guarantee Publishing Co., 223 N 2d st
St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTED, EVERYWHERE —
Quickest sellers ever produced; every rig
owner needs it. Call at 623 20th ay N. ■
m _ANNOUNCEMENTS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. ■
•I M. D. WILSONS NEW LIVERY •_
•_ ALL NEW CARRIAGES. «S
yj Lowest prices on vehicles for fu- yj
*Jt nerals and parties. 3
•2 Personal attention given to boarders. «J2
its Up to ate single rigs. All carriages )2
•St In this livery have rubber tires. 9
«*r 18 Royalston Ay. (3
♦« N. W. Tel. 877. Twin City 987. »£
Mrs. Charles Lewis, pianist. Engagements ]
made for dancing parties. Tel 673-L2 South. i
AUCTION SALES
•••••••••••••♦••••••«•••••
• AUCTION TO-MORROW. •
• we sell at auction, by order of Mrs. S. • j
• B. Chick, who is leaving the city, •
• the entire contents of an 8-room fiat. •
• Goods all in condition equal to new •
• and comprising one handsome brass •
• bed, two French plate dressers, one •
• mahogany chiffonnier, two hair mat- •
• tresses, two iron beds, oak sideboard, • I
• round extension table, six box-seat • !
• dining chairs, pair andirons, mahog- • .
• any library table, music cabinet, •
• large gilt mirror, four large rugs, • i
• oriental draperies, books, pictures, ma- • j
• hogany parlor table, jardiniere stand, • !
• oak and mahogany rockers, gilt parlor • I
• furniture, lady's work table, leather •
• couch, leather chair, parlor cabinet, • '
• Roman chair, rope portieres, lady's • |
• desk, Morris chair, onyx clock, upright • )
• folding bed, one heating stove, crock- • j
• cry, glass, etc., al without reserve. • j
• HUBERT BOWN & CO., •
• Auctioneers. 44 and 46 7th st S. •
g BUSINESS CHANCES
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats..
GET YOUR furnace repairedvkow;;
don't wait until you want to start a fire; re
pairs for all furnaces. Great Western Stove
Repair Co. Tel. 161. 312 Hennepin ay.
HALF INTEREST IN EXCELLENT PAYING
wall paper business, in large western city;
long established} investigation invited. Od
lum-Kurtzman Co., Phoenix building.
PERKY * .4 1000 letterheads .'...52.25
PRINTER - loco billheads....... 1.50
42 So. Third St. ( 1000 business cards. 1.00
■intS SAVI.MJS L■-> U (JO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on 'deposits; capl
tal. $300.000; surplus, $30,000. „ ,
PATENT FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
land. Box-707,' sStorm Lake, lowa. - ■• .'
RESTAURANT FOfTSALEIn" MITCHELL,
S. D.; thoroughly equipped; worth $1,200, but
if taken at once, $650 will buy it. Kelley's
Land Agency, MttctyeH, S. D. - feg „
BARBER "SHOP FOR SALE— ' MINNE
sota city of 7,000; good business; three chairs;
shaving 15c. " Sickness; $150 takes it. Ad
dress 4114 t -Journal. - • • ■ - ;
SPECIAL NOTICE— FUR BUYER
arrived. Highest prices" paid for* old fur !
coats of any kind. Will remain one week, j
Address, at once, J. 8., 114 Washington ay N. I
WANTED, RELIABLE FROM~OUT~OF
the city preferred, to join six others to form !
corporation to handle one of the finest propo- I
sitions in the northwest. This is a perfectly j
safe, legitimate enterprise,, with '.positive as- !
surance of large profits; must have not less ■
than $10,000 cash; every assurance that money
can be taken out during first year; money se- I
• cured' by first-class land security. This is i
* your oppertunity, and is - undoubtedly an |
opening seldom offered. Entire. services not i
absolutely required. ' Address, confidentially, ■
C. W. Somers, -506-507 Manhattan building, i
St. Paul. Minn. . !
FOR SALE—SS,SOO CLEAN GENERAL MER- !
chandise at 75c cash. Investigate at once.
Merchant S. Dundee, Minn. -.■
FOR SALE—A MUSICAL FARCE COMEDY,
with about $800., worth of special pictorial
lithograph stand and window work* -'highest
indorsements from press and theater man- [
agers; $200 cash takes outfit. Richards &
Birch, _431. West Michigan ,6t. Duluth, Minn.
GO*OD CLEAN GENERAL STOCK OF MER
chandise of about $3,000; will reduce, before
selling if desired; also 175 feet frontage, with
building; cheap; 25 miles from Minneapolis;
good trade; best of reasons for selling. Ad
dress 4325, Journal.
:FOR - RENT—FINE - LARGE' ROOM, ~ BUlT
able for -billiard parlor; in good location; also
office space. Call at 109 Nicollet ay.
FOR A SMAL GRIST AND FEED
mill, .35., miles of Minneapolis; fine power;
best: Of /.location. Also living house, etc.,
cheap.? 11l health reason for selling; ■"" For
■ particulars, ball or*address Swensen & Lan
gum, 514 Bank of Commerce, Minneapolis.
FOR SALE OR- EXCHANGE^STOCK'~OF
dry goods and gents' furnishing goods: splen
did assortment. - Come quick. Swensen &
Lanjum, 514 Bank of Commerce, Minneapolis.
6 BUSINESS CHANCES
• ■>.. .. Continued.
NEW ENGLAND PRINTING CO., 616 Boston
block. Let us estimate on your printing.
FOR SALE OR RENT— WAREHOUSEMSOiIio:
C., M. & St. P. trackage. Address B. Miller,
1608 11th ay S. , . .
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $16 cold weather suits and ovjrcoats.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR MOLES". ETC. PER
manently removed by electric^/. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
8~ ~~ BICYCLES
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING . HOUSE— $10. $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
BICYCLES CALLED FOR AND STORED
for winter. $1.00. Haynea Cycle Co 627 Ist
ay S. Phone 1447-J-l Main. _J
BICYCLES STORED AND INSURED FOR
winter. $1; pay now or spring. Edwards
Cycle Co., 119 6th st S. Tel. T. C. 1076.
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
FIRST-CLASS,, STEAM-HEATED """ROOM!
excellent table and service; references re
quired. 410 9th st S.
12 BOARD WANTED
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOM FOR~~A
young married couple within walking dis
tance of business center. Address 4432, Jour
nal.
14__ CLAIRVOYANTS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
MME. CLAYMONT, WONDERFUL CLAlß
voyant and magnetic healer. 1028 Hennepin.
MRS. VALLANDIGHAM, CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium, gives readings daily;
dime circles Wednesday evening. 914 3d ay S.
15 LADIES'TAILORING
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. ;
DRESSMAKING AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Mrs. J. Fletcher. 631 S.Work guaran'd.
SPECIAL PRICES ON DRESS SKIRTS AND
WALKING SKIRTS FOR THIS WEEK.
Broadcloths, Venetians, cheviots, meltons and
other fancy IMPORTED fabrics, suitable to
wear with fancy silk waists and flannel shin
waists; prices of skirts complete, including
material, making and -all other findings, from
$10. Long coats and English newmarkets
: from. $27.50. Handsome suits, strictly tailor
made and fit guaranteed, from $30. G. C.
Hutchison, Ladies' Tailor and Costumex 87
Sth st S. Tel., Main 2773, L 3.
16 DYEING ANITcLEANING
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
I EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISII
CENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186J2.
YOU WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OTH
er things should have your clothing dyed
cleaned, pressed and repaired at. the Panto
rlum, 925-27 Nicollet. Both phones, 1661. Out
of-town work solicited.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-towx*
orders solicited; prices moderate. 4iO Nicol
let. Telephone 1576.
19 FINANCIAL
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
WE HAVE A BLOCK .OF EASTERN MONEY
to .loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros.. Andrus building.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE
policies. L. P. Van Norman, 616 Andrus bldg.
SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES ON
Plain notes, without security. - '■«
Easier partial parents. Lower rates.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Sykes block,
256 Hennepin ay. Walk up one flight.
AT- LOWEST RATES—MONEr TO LOAN. ft.
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
4& TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, GO 4th st
S, Minneapolis. ;"
MORTGAGE LOANS— low; any sunn;'
no delay; see us sure. Qale & Co.. N. Y. Lite. ■
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER $25. ON
diamonds and watches. Abeles. 243 Nicollet.
QUICK LOANS ~
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On your own name, without security or In
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself;
t'-ose who contemplate borrowing can be as-
I Bared of the confidential treatment that all
, persons of refinement and pride feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our omceo
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with ether applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe Building.
MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW
rates David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
MORTGAGES— Whether you wish to borrow
or lend, see Finance Co., 620 Temple Court.
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF~SIOO TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
jat any time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
& MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- )g
US pie—We are prepared to loan reason- )*J '
¥£ able amounts to salaried people hold- %
! \<~ ing steady positions with responsible ♦§
I)& concerns, on easy weekly or monthiy V£
!$4 payments. We conduct our business jg
|Ur strictly confidential. Lowest rates and •>_ '.
j \ts fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, Jg
lUs Bank of Commerce building. %a
INVESTMENT SECURITIES— MORT-
I gages on both farm and city properties; also
municipal and corporation bonds for sale.
November list of offerings furnished on ap
plication. The Minnesota Loan and Trust
Co., No. 313 Nicollet ay.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty office*
In principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
HURRY! HURRY f! HURRY! !J "
SALARY LOANS
To hon*st working people
On tkeir plain Note.
DON'T GET FOOLED
By others. Ours are lowest rates
Given to salaried people.
Easiest ' payment*, strictly confidential.
MINNEAPOLIS financial CO.
Room 408, Fourth Floor New York Lite Bldg.
4V4 TO 6 PER CENT ON OR BEFORE |
loans wanted. W. W. Clark. 313 Nicollet.
MONEY loaned on city property and farm '
lands; low rates. C. H. Smith. 601 Phoenix.
WANTED—BY INCORPORATED WOOD- j
man camp, of Kennedy, Minn., loan of $1,000.
Loan to be used to pay for material used in
construction of hall, just completed. Address
E. M. Engelbert, Kennedy, Mmm
MONEY TO LO"aN ON MINNESOTA
farms; farms for sale, taken on foreclosure;
agents wanted. M. R. Waters, 502 Guaranty
Loan.
$3,000 WANTED AT 8 PER CENT IN AD
vance on Connecticut Mutual $5,000 policy;
insured 85 years old; or will sell for $3 800
--title perfect. L. P. Van Norman, Box' 75
city.
! CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, MINNEAPO-
I lis, flret mortgage gold bonds, netting in
j vestors 4% per cent, for sale by Minnesota
Loan and Trust Co., 313 Nicollet.
! TO BORROW $150 FOR~sTx^MOTfTHS~OR
I more; pay well for the use of It; security
', good. Address 4438, Journal.
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
j and_sls cold weather suits and overcoats.
FREE"' rFOR~SALE" CARD~S TO~THOSB
advertising under this head. Be sure and
I call for them when you leave the ad.
I SEND for new 48-page catalogue complete list
: with prices second-hand machinery and sup
' plies; bargains. J. H. Kerrick, 126 3d ay N.
| MATTRESSES MADE OVERI HAIR OR
I moss, $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furnl-
I ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufacturers,
17 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
i COLE'S AIR-TIGHT HEATERS SAVE HALF
the wood. Cook .stoves and ranges. J. H.
Smith. 214-216 Hennepin ay.
j FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB LOT
60 furnaces; special low prices next 30 days.
Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great Wei
tern Stove Repair Co,. 312 Hennepin ay.
BUY YOUR SECON^HAND~SfORE FlX
tures, office furniture 1, safes, saloou and res
taurant supplies, stoves and furniture at 1027
Washington ay S. Largest ftock in the
northwest.
fTPEWRITER EXCHANGE 237 Henn. Ay.—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
OSIEOPATHIC Hand Book, only 50c while
they last. Goodyear Book Co., 319 Henn. ay.
WATCHES CLEANED $1, mainsprings $1; war
ranted 1 yr- Fisk's. 17 S Wash., Nlc. House.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, NO. 2, CHEAP
for cash. Minneapolis Stationery Co., 495
20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS
Continued.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—I AM HERE TO BUY
a carload of household goods to ship in
country; will pay highest prices. Telephone,
main 695 8. Address 2440 6th ay S.
SNAPS, TUBBDAY: BHUTTLB OAK~SI X(F
er sewing machine, $10; White, $8; Domestic,
$5; White, $2.50. Bargains. Elmer, 710 Ist
ay S.
PIANO FOR RENT, FULL SIZB~BRIOGS
upright, with cover, $3 per month;- phoue.
main 2807 LI. SOS Nicollet. A good square,
$1.60 per month. 1217 Chestnut.
WOOD—DRY, $1.75 TO $2.75; floads, $3.60.
Factory wood, $2; coal. 4.40 to $8.25.
Plymouth Lbr. Co. 4 Lumber Ex. Phone 717J2
STENCIL OF YOUR NAME, %-INCII LET
ters, for marking mail boxes, sacks, tools,
etc., sent post paid for 10c silver or flye
2-cent stamps. Blick-Wllliams Co., 804 Ft.
Wayue_ ay, Indianapolis, Ind.
FOR SALE, CHEAP, UENSMORE" TYPE"
writer, in good condition; also an electric
sign (lantern). Him Medical Institute, 47-49
Washington ay S.
22nL^~BEST~GRANULATED SUGAr7~ST,
with 100 lbs flour: 19 lbs sugar $1, with each
pound of tea, coffee or 6-lb jar butter; 5-lb
jar good creamery, $1.10 up; 5-lb jar dairy
&5c up. Be sure to call for premium tickets.
Northwestern Butter Market, 513 Hennepin
ay. Tel. Main 18M Jl. T. C, US.
EXCHANGE,~SEAL~C rAPE~FOR DIAMOND,
or will sell cheap f6Y cash. Call between 9
and H a. m^ 124 E lGth st.
FREE FOR THE HAULING— SAND~AXD
gravel. Next house 2401 Aldrich ay S. About
200 loads; go take It. J. Crichton, 607 Phoe
nix building.
WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE
PEOPLE.
WILL YOU CALL ON US?
OH SHALL WE CALL ON YOU?
IF YOU WANT TO BUY ANYTHING
IN HOME FURNISHINGS, YOU
SHOULD CALL ON US.
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING YOU
WANT TO SELL OR EXCHANGE,
GIVE US YOUR NUMBER AND
WE WILL CALL ON YOU.
REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE EV
ERYTHING FOR THE HOUSE,
NEW OR SECOND-HAND.AND WE
AIM TO MAKE PRICES TO SUIT
YOU AND TREAT YOU RIGHT.
THE BRANCH,
Corner Second Ay S aud Washington.
WE PLAN TO PLEASE THET
PEOPLE.
SOLID GOLD bridge spectacles, $2.p0; eyes
examinedJree : _Ostrem, 329 Nioollet, upstairs.
BSVBN-ROOM HOUSE -NEW," OPEN
plumbing, bath, closet, sink, boiler, storm
sash. 711 12th ay N. $16. Inquire at 120
Central ay.
NICE COOK, $4; RESERVOIR COOK, $6;
wood and coal heater, $1; water-front range,
$8. Snaps. 502 4th ay S.
IS YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR WORTH"
repair? Let us put a white-enamel lining
in it. W. A. Sanford. 9 7th st S.
& FOR SALE—I HAVE A DAMAGED »
g set of Homo Study Library, and a 6
P couple sets of IS-volume dictionary, 8
O encyclopedia and atlas, which I will 8
Q sell cheap for cash, or will even make 8
Q low terms per month to honest parties. p
p Call or address H. E. Plover 43 4th 8
p st S, third floor front, Minneapolis, 8
£? Minn. 8
c«B^»^^acß^^^»»x^»soppp^
WANTED— LIST OF STORM SASH YOU
need. We will make you a price that will
secure the order. Waterman Mfg. Co., 410
oth st N. Both 'phones.
ONE 50-HORSE POWER COMPOUND EN
gine, one 15-horse power Atlas automatic en
gine, also a number of slide valve engines,
steam pumps, boilers,. etc.; all in first-class
condition and at bargains. Enterprise Machine
Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE—CHEAP, OWENS FLAX CLEAN
er, nearly new; capacity 150 bushels per hour.
Northern Linseed Oil Co., St. Anthony Park
Minn.
CANARY BIRDS— GREAT SHIPMENT IM
ported Hartz mountain canaries, singers and
warblers, $2.50 each. The Branch, corner of
Washington and 2d ays S. • '
We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in
struments. Max Kohen's, 327 Wash, ay S.
ONE 9x12 ATLAS ENGINE, IN GOOD CON
ditton; one 54x10 boiler, one 48x12 boiler.
Will sell cheap for cash, or will trade for
automobile. ■ Edward Guthier, Fulda, Minn.
OYSTER SHELLS FOR POULTRY, -76c PER
100 pounds. Catalogue telling how to make
poultry pay, mailed free. R. A. Pike & Co.,
40 Bedford ay SE. ■ ■■ ' ■
PIANOS— GENUINE PIANO SNAP; 200 NEW
high grade pianos, regular price $475, going .
at $270 each; cash or $8 to $10 a month: store
open evenings. Foster & Waldo, 40 sth st S,
corner Nicollet. ' ? ' ;
THREE HIGH GRADE DISSOLVING
stereoptlcon outfits for calcium light; also
ortlgraph moving picture machine; all . first- '<
class condition; 500 fine colored and plain 1
slides in lecture sets and single slides; any or
all of above at half regular prices; outfits |
bought, sold and exchanged. Richards & '
Birch, 431 West Michigan street Duluth,
Minn. . .' >
MAKE YOUR HENS PAY; OUR FREI!
catalogue tells how. Mica Crystal Grit, 7'> c
per 100 lbs. R. A. Pike & Co., 40 Bedford
ay SE. I
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. $12
I and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats. !
| FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
i advertising under this head. Be sure and ■.
call for them when you leave the ad.
FOR LARGER 24-ROOM HOUSE, !
| centrally located; the best proposition in the '
I city for a high-class boarding-house. Rent !
i $100 per month. F. A. Simmons Co., New
! York Life building. __
J FOR RENT—ABOUT DEC, 1. AN ELEGANT,
■ 12-room, modern house; In 'easy walking dis
; tance; hard woods, four grates, hot water
I heat, open plumbing, etc. R..#t $50' per month.'
1 F. A. Simmons Co., New York Life Bid"
\ HOUSE OF NINE RGGMb. 1820 NICOLL.ET
jay; very pleasant; southern exposure; strict
ly modern; hardwood floors; walking dis
j tance; east front; $30 a month; -with barn,
$35. Marston. Hampshire Arms.
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH—FIVE-ROOM
house in first-class repair; large stone cellar;
large shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink.
■W. D. Washburn. Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan
building. ;• ■- i .
3137 2D AY S, TEN-ROOM, ALL MODERN
house; finest location eighth ward $28. In
quire 1520 Park ay. ■
1716 NICOLLET AY, 14-ROOM THOROUGH-
Iy modern house; newly papered and painted.
We will make a reduction on this house for '
the winter. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet '
ay, room 2. . . \ ■.
544 6TH AY N, 7-ROOM HOUSE. CITY WA
ter, sewer connection; easily heated; $16. Ap
ply W. R. Miller, 427 Nicollet ay.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats. '
FREE "FOR RENT" OR \ "FURNISHED i
Room" cards for those advertising under this :
head. Be sure.and call for them when leav
ing the ad. __ .
FOR RENT, LARGE SUNNY FRONT ROOM" (
and alcove, with or without breakfasts; across j
street from Minneapolis academy; six blocks j
from the university. ? 617 Delaware st SE.
OUR BUSINESSTS RENTING ROOMS. IF
you wish a room or rooms, call on us. "We
have them in all parts of the city. Reason
able rates.' Pioneer Room Renting Bureau,
502 Northwestern building. Telephone Main
3312-Jl. ■ -„-■■ - , •
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, THOROUGH-:
ly modern; special accommodations for tran
sients; prices reasonable. . Mondamin Euro
pean H0te1.327 Hena. Mrs. I. Fletcher, prop.. |
! NEW FLATS, 6 ROOMS AND BATH7T349-51 j
i Nicollet, $40. W. W. Clark, Nicollet ay. ;
i LARGE FRONT ROOM, STEAM "HEATED", I
modern house; within walking distance busi- I
: ness center; board next door; gentlemen pre
j ferred. Call 206 W Grant st.
•WARM, ELEGANT ROOMS FOR GENTLE:
! men; references exchanged. 1608 Harmon
j place. .-
I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, ONE
I large front room, with alcove; also one small
er room in modern private residence. 1709
Nicollet." ■ '■■■-, ■■
TIJL FURNISHED ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR;
for housekeeping, with bathroom, gas and
piano; private family; reference. 1711 2d ay S.
THREE ROOMS FURNISHED AND THREE
partly furnished, for housekeeping; good,
square piano for' sale for $50. 1312 ,3d ay S.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR~RENT;
steam heat and gas.' Call 503 Hennepin ay
flat 32. i _L___
TWO ROOMS AND ALCOVE, FURNISHED
for light housekeeping. 1514 Ist ay S. '
A nTce7~LARGE,~ ' SUNNY ~FRONT~
steam heated, furnished or unfurnished; use
of bath and gas. Call at Nelson's, 2106 9th
ay S. •■•■-•■ --■ - ______ ■■■ . [
NICELY FURNISHED, LARGE, PLEASANT
room, with ' gas, bath and furnace heat, for
?10. 40 10th st S. ~ : - : ,- ' .;:
24, UNFURNISHED; ROOMS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats:
FOR RENT, FIVE PLEASANT ROOMS, SEC
ohd floor, with city water; small,family; $6
Call at 1111 15th ay SE. ' : / . f
I 201 12TH ST S, TWO OR THREE UNFUR
nlshed or partly furnished rooms, heated;
I hardwood floor, gas, batii; bo children.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
FOR RENT
Continued.
FOR RENT-TWO ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
light housekeeping. Address 724 4th ay S.
OK / UNFURNISHED PLATS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats.
AT STH AY FLATS-STEAM HEATED
every modern convenience; flue location- good
service; very desirable. See Janitor 527
51 h _av_S .
FOR RENT—A 3 AND 4-ROOM FLAT*
steam heat, centrally located. Inquire room
12. 412 Nlcollct ay.
O7 OFFICES
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $10 112
and $15. Cold weather Butt* and Overcoats.
OFFICES; STEAM HEATED; PHICBS
$20. Eastman block. 412 Nlcollet Inquire
room 12. ',
2Q STORES
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO $12
$15. Cold weather Suits "'id Overcoats.
ALL KIN OF BUSINESS PROPERTY~FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS., ANDRUS BLDO.
FOR RENT, CHEAP, REAR OF STORED
109 Washington ay S, for any kind of manu
facturing business. Inquire at 109 Washiug
ton.
QQ ( MISCELLANEOUS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats. \
LODGE HALLS FOR RENT. apply DRUG
store. No. 101 Washington ay S.
21 HELP W ANTED— & ALB
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits Overcoats.
WATCHES CLEANED, $1;- MAIN SPRINGS;
I $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
| THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS ASBOCIA
j tlon will pay at least $4.75 per day for a few
I good machinery floor molders, to work in Chi
\ cago, 111. Permanent employment and no
: trouble. Address Box 410. Chicago, 111.
! OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINES7"SOc; SILK
j velvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned ana
[pressed $1; pants recut, 76c up. At Anthony
I the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N.
| YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH~PREPARA
tion for office wcrk or business, go to the
Archibald college. Lake at, corner Stevens.
ONE-HALF DOZEN COREMAK
ers, skilled in agricultural work; first-class
wages. Apply Moline Plow Co., Moline, 111.
BOYS WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. T. OF^
: I flee. ' •' . i ':. ■ ■
j PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
j Is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesota^ School of Business, 54 3d st S.
A TONIC. JUyiSNAL-J3 HAIR FOOD reatorei
natural color; prevents grayness, 60c.VoegellT
ATTRACTIVE CARD SIGNS; YOU CAN
learn to make them; nightly instruction or
by mail. McDermott School, 326 Nicollet.
WANTED—CARPENTERS^ SAS H. DOOR,
sticker hands; nine hours, $3. - Box 105 Her
ald, Los Angeles, California.
WANTED—FIVE MOLDERS, LAKE SHORE
I Engine Works, Marquette, Mich. Good wages,
• steady work; no trouble. .
TWO EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO CALL
on leading professional and business men of
Minneapolis; good position for right parties;
call 45 4th st S, third floor front. Inquire for
H. E. Ployer.
HOLIDAY BOOKS FOR CHILDREN; FIVE
shown in one prospectus; one that sells at
Eight, ''Lives of All Our Presidents." Send
for description. Outfit free. Send 20c to '
help pay express. Craore & Nickerson Home j
Furnishing Co., 221 Nieollet ay, Minneapolis. |
SALESMAN—MAN~Ab6vE~26~XnD~UNDER i
45 yean of age, capable and self-reliant, who j
can show by his record a claim to a lucrative I
position. No man who has a failure or I
who is averse to traveling need apply. Ad
dress, stating age, experience and references,
4078, Journal.
SALESMAN—THREE FIRST-CLASS SALES
men, twin cities and the west, for high-class
publication on unusually good proposition.
Must be of good address, strong personality,
and able to approach the best business and
professional men; introductory edition; se
lected and prepared names; no miscellaneous
canvassing. Address, stating age. prefer
ence, previous experience and earning capac
ity, 4075, Journal.
WANTED—OIL SALESMAN TO SELL LU
j brlcating oils and greases on salary or com
mission; excellent side line. The A. G. Har
baugh Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
i WANTED— BY A "'WHOLESALE LIQUOR
j house, an experienced bottler; state age and
references. Address 4364, Journal
j SALESMAN—HIGH-PRICED, POSSESSING
i executive ability; life insurance or extensive
book experience desirable. Will protect and
give right man line of customers and valu
able assistance from office. No time to in
terview collectors or cheap men. Address,
stating experience, etc., 4069, Journal.
1100 AND EXPENSES MONTHLY! ONE
! good man in every county; permanent "light
j work; exclusive monopoly; just discovered;
I particulars free. Addness Fyrozone Co., 39
I Star building, Chicago.
WANTED—A BARBER, WHO WOULD BUY
half interest in good shop in good town. Ad
dress Lock Box 49, Glendlve. Mont.
A LIVE. ENERGETIC PERSON WANTED
to represent us in every county in the states
of Minnesota and lowa. Good wagee and
easy work. Address D. H. Van Kirk, Swale
dale, lowa.
BARBERS' UNION WILL MEET IN NEW A.
O. U. W. hall, No. 17 7th st S, first and third
Mondays of each month.
! WANTED—A MAN LOCATED OUTSIDE
1 large cities to look after local agents, at^
teud to collections, orders and deliveries;
salary to right party $1,200 to $1,500, refer
ences. Address American Mfg. Co., New
j Haven, Conn.
i EXPERIENCED OPERATORS AND PRESS
j ers on custom pants. Apply at once, Mr.
Simon, the Palace Clothing House.
DRY CLEANER * WANTBD—WITH OR
without experience. North Star Dye Works,
723 Hennepin ay.
WANTED—A FRESCOER FOR A FEW
days' work. Come in morning, ready for
work, at wall paper and paint store, 1821
Riverside.
EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS TO WORK
in Minneapolis, St. Paul or on the road. Men
who have worked for collier or similar com
panies preferred. Address 4395, Journal.
WANTBD—BUNDLE BOY. APPLY R. ST
Goodfellow & Co.
TWO" EXPERIENCED SALESMEN FOR
city work. Permanent and lucrative posi
tions for men of ability and push. Must be
of good appearance. Call 45 4th st S, third
floor, front. Inquire for H. E. Ployer.
THREE GOOD~ SALESMEN FOR TWIN
cities. Must be flrst-class. None others
need apply. State experience. Address 4393.
Journal.
WANTED — MERGENTHALER MACHINE
operator, to take charge of and operate one
machine. Position open Dec. 1. Address
News-Record, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
BOY, IN REPAIR SHOP. MUST BE HON
est and handy with tools, or easy to learn.
Central General Repair, 400 Ist ay S. Call
after G p. m.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE ~
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—S3O. $12
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats.
| toWgTwcFmanT for thoSouoiTTpreK
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college. Lake at, corner Stevens.
PLEASANT AND^IPAtINa BMjPLOYIteNT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
DAY ANDEVENINGTciaeses at the Eclectic
Business College, 4*4 Wash, ay S, Minneapolis.
Graduates assisted in securing positions.
WANTED—SEWING GTRLS CAN EARN
from $5 to % $S a week sewing on power sew
ing machines. Steady work all the year.
Sterling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d st,
second floor.
WANTED—A COOK AT DEEPHAVEN. AP
ply to Mr. Clark, at the Plymouth Clothing
House, 6th and Nicollet, between 3 and 5
o'clock Monday afternoon.
WANTBD—EXPERIENCED GIRLS FOR
addressing circulars. Manager The Palace
Clothing House.
WANTED—S ladies to address and get one
of our elegant $5 rugs free; no soliciting.
Loeb,_Block & Co., Pike Bldg., Clnclnantl.
EXPERIENCED PANTS MAKERS ON
' power machines; good pay. Robitshek, Frank
j & Heller. M 3d st N. .
AN EXPERIENCED GIRL TO RUN FOOT
! power fur machine. Robitshek, Frank & Hel
| N.
i GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; BED
i ding and table linen done at laundry; good
wages. 728 E ISth st.
YOUNG GIRL FOR SECOND WORK. 728 E
18th_6t. _
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; small family. 1612 Park ay.
WANTED—A GOOD K~ITCHEN~GIRL AT
once. Ladies' Home Bakery, 808 Nicollet ay.
FIRST-CLASS COFFEE"~MAKER FOR "SAT
urday, Nov. 23. Address at once; good wages.
4398, Journal.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GEN"ERAL~HOUSE"
work; small family. _ 3312 Steven3 ay.
WANTED—FOUR WAITRESSESrMUST~BE
experienced and first-class. National Hotel.
DINING-ROOM GIRLS — EXPERIENCED
girls. Apply at The Grill, 308-310 Ist ay S.
WANTED—A~COOK, OR ONE WHO CAN DO
plain cooking, at the Golden Gate restaurant,
9 4th st S.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages; all conven
iences. Apply this evening or to-morrow.
Mm. Knight, 2114 Bl»i«dell »t.
Continued.
I WANTED—A GIRL TO DO SCRUBBING AT
St. Barnabas hospital.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED.
910 6th ay S.
aftefTwashing hands, before dry,
apply Satin-Skin Cream. Note how quickly
absorbed, how satiny soft it renders them. 25e.
Wanted—Competent girlT good
wages to the right girl. 2729 Portlaud_av.
YOUNG GIRL TO WORK IN KITCHEN~OF
home bakery and go home nights. No work
evenings orSundays. 1024 Henriepin ay.
WANTED— SEAMSTRESS, EXPERIENCED
in altering cloaks and suits. Pearce's, 403
Nipollet.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. fl_
and $15. Cold weather Suits and Overcoats.
WIDMAYER &~PR~ENDERGAST, 414 3D ST
S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
etc., bought, sold and eocchanged. Largest
line in city constantly on hand. Tel. Main
2702 J 3.
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 hind, give us a call.
H~d~RSKS7~HORSES, HORSES^
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul,
Minn., have constantly on hand from 800 to
1,000 head of all grades of horses; part time
given if desired. The finest lot of heavy log
jging horses ever brought into the northwest
can be seen at their stables.
SPECIAL. SALE OF
$1.50— Horse Blankets— $1.50.
American Tent and Awning Co.,
12S Ist ay N.
FOR SALE—ALMOST NEW, UP-TO-DATE,
Bteel-tire runabout, sold for $100 last March;
aud single harness; $40 takes them. 4428,
Journal.
GOOD HORSE FOR SALE—CALL AT 1901
Hawthorn ay, after 7 p. m.
FOR SALE—THIRTY~HEAD 51? WORK
horses, just from Dakota. Must sell at
once. Central Market barn, corner Holden
and 11th sts N.
FOR SALE^BLACK TEAM,~2,900 POUNDS;
big bargain; several delivery horses, drivers,
one cheap horse; also fresh cows for sale or
trade. 712 2d ay S. Cash or time.
FOR SALE—PAIR OF~HACKNEY HORSES'
good drivers, young, sound and gentle.
weight about 2,200; also family horse for $05;
call mornings before 9. 2421 Dupont ay g.
HORSE, FOR WOTOr DO dIeITvERISgI
$10. Will exchange for pony, wood, hay,
groceries, anything can use. 1801 Peuu ay N.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—W'T'D
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
1 and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
HORSES BOARDED^ BEST OF CARE,
low prices. Wood Lake stock farm, 2V_ milea
south of city, Lyndale ay. J. B. Irwin,
Richfield, _Minn.
W ANTE D—Horses to board forwinteF; near
city; warm barns; good care. HOB Boston blk.
35 INSTRUCTION
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
HEALTH BY EX^RCiITePa NATURAL
system for health, body building or recreation,
as desired. Private or class instruction;
massage and various baths. Dr. Cooke's )n
--i stitute, sixth floor, Kasota building. 'Phone
I ISO6-L1 main.
I MINN. Normal School and Bus. College, 525-7
| 7th st 3. Call or write for particulars.
| SPANISH INSTRUCTION by native teacher
; Terms reasonable. Address 4224. Journal.
| 3gTbANS AND CHATTELS "
plymouth clothing house—sl(l, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. :
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con-
Sdential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay 8.
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.
ANY AMOUNT LOANED ON FURNITURE,
pianos, diamonds or any security; payments
j to suit borrower; quick, confidential, reason
able. Williams, 916 Guaranty building.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
LOANS QUICKLY MADE. DON'T WORRY
or trouble your friends if short of money.
Come to us. We will loan you all the
money you need.
ON YOUR furniture, piano, organ, horse,
carriage, etc., at the cheapest rates in the
city. One to twelve months given for
repayment.
AND WE have many advantages for you to
consider, for we charge no expense and
always give rebate if paid before due.
NO ONE ever complains of our rates or
treatment. It is a record to be proud of.
We want your business. We think we de
serve it.
STRICTLY confidential; no publicity; call on
the" old home company; established more
than twenty years. Private omces.
MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
205-306 BANK OF( COMMERCE BUILDING.
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLI
CATION ON FURNITURE> PIANOS,
HORSES, WAGONS, FIXTURES, ETC..
THE GOODS TO REMAIN IN YOUR UN
DISTURBED POSSESSION. OUR OFFICES
ARE SO ARRANGED THAT YOU CAN BE
WAITED ON QUICKLY AND PRIVATELY,
AND NO ONE BUT OURSELVES NEED
KNOW OF OUR TRANSACTIONS. OUR
PLAN IS THE CHEAPEST, BEST AND
MOST PRIVATE IN THE CITY. CALL AND
BE CONVINCED. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN
CO., 601-602 GLOBE BUILDING, 22 4TH ST S.
Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings uu
til H p. in.
37 LOST AND FOUNIT
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
aud $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
LOST—SCOTCH COLLIE, MALE; COLOR,
sable; white marks. Return to 2112 22d ay
S for reward.
LOST—FOX" TERRIER BITCH, WHIteT
one black round spot slightly to one side
middle of back and end of stub tail black;
black and tan mask, top of nose white, black
ears, very slight scar from cut on belly.
Heavy reward and no questions asked. 1317
W 27th at. Q. F. Backus.
FOUND—GOLD WATCH; OWNER/CAN~RE
cover same by calling at 2317 Aldrich ay 8.
F. Raymond Merrill.
LOST, SMALL DIAMOND STICK PIN, PEAR
shaped, gold head, containing diamond. Find
er will obtain good reward by applying at
room 2, Bijou opera house block.
LOST, OCT. 30, ONjJeNTRAL AY, NEAR
4th st, young black sifciel; had green leather
collar with brass stuUS; reward for informa
tion^ Fla^E, 329 Central ay.
LOST, \ BROOCH, DIAMOND SETTTng;
Friday night. Return for reward 820 Nicollet
ay, second floor.
LOST—BLACK COCKER SPANIEL. Llß
eral reward if returned to 1414 Harmon place.
LOST—WHITE, FEMALE FOX TERRIER
puppy, with left eye blark. Answers to '
name "Cricket." Return to 2231 W 21st st
for reward.
LOST—LADY'S GOLD WATCH~ AND FOB
chain, in going or coming from the Fowler
church Sunday morning; suitable reward for
its return. Fred Thompson, 2441 Aldrich ay S,
LOST 6^~SfOLEN^YOU'NG"~FOX"TERRIER
dog:, white, with yellow spots; collar marked
Chemical 1, M. F. D. Return to No. 19 4th
st_N. for reward.
FOUND—A BTEARNB BtOYCLB. ADDRESS
442T, Journal.
33 MUSICAL
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
ARTISTIC RE~PAIRING~AN"D REVARNISH^
ing of pianos, organs, violins, mandolins,
guitars, or instruments of any kind. Call or
write for close estimate; piano tuning by
competent men. Metropolitan Music Co., 43
6th st S.
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
ELITE"BATH' PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage, cabinet end
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
laTjies—sboo rewarFfor a~casbFqf
obstinate, abnormal suppression, any cause,
my monthly regulator fails to relieve; mail
$3. Dr. Jackson Co., 167 Dearborn st, Chicago.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
1902—OUR CATALOGUE "FOR 1902~0F r"L AXE
Minnetonka properties for sale or to rent, is
in preparation, and owners are invited to
list immediately their holdings with us.
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.
Q. ANOTHER BARGAIN. O
D The Ricke' fruit farm, having just 0
O been sold by us, we now offer another 0
5 bargain in the same locality, consist- 0
6 ing of 15 acres, with good seven-room $
q house, barn, granary, icehouse, etc.; 8
O near Markvllle. About nine acres in Q
<*r berries and fruit; three acres pasture, q
O 111 health cause of sale. Price, $2,500. 0
§ Possession at once. Apply without de- Q
lay to Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of Q
Commerce. q
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
1 sJ/^l * w st*'%-:
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FIND THE TOLL-GATE KEEPER.
42 NOTICE
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—$ln, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
NOTICE OF~ DI^OLUTToN r"oiFPAßl'r<Eir
SHIP.
Notice is herbey given that the copartner
ship heretofore existing between the under
signed under the firm name and style of
Macdonnell, Hood & Penney, has been this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs
of said firm will be closed up by the under
signed, Charles H. Hood and Truman E.
Penney, who have this day formed a co
partnership and will succeed to and continue
the business of said firm under the name
and style of Hood & Penney. All debts to
said first mentioned firm will be collected and
receipted for by said Hood & Penney, by
whom all obligations of said firm will be paid.
Dated at Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 15, 1901.
JOSEPH A. MACDONNELL,
CHARLES H. HOOI>,
TRUMAN E. PENNEY,
JOS. E. CALLENDER.
NOTICE—TO DISCONTINUE 300 PATTERNS
of mouldings, will make extra low prices
on framing pictures; also clearing sale pic
tures, oil paintings. Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
44 PERSONAL
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—$lu, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
DR. B. SHEPA^DTSPECIALISTTISISEAIEa
of women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone,
M 669 J2; residence, South 423 J2. Office hours,
11 a. la. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
RUGG, THE PHOTOGRAPHER7^V\ tILL BE
pleased to meet his old patrons at 329 Cen
tral ay. Have all negatives back for 20 years.
DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND
Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing
and private by appointment. Holcomb's
Academy. 4o 4th st S.
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. 0. K.
Change, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
Minn.
SWITCHES, WIGS, TOUPEES, HAIR
chains, for gentlemen, for holiday presents;
mail orders filled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar. 409
Nicollet, upstairs.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color, prevents grayness. 60c. Voegeli
FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
Irreguler and suppressed menstruation cured
quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr Wheeler, Giobe bid, Minneapolis
EXAMINATION' FREE.
PICTURE FRAMING. PICTURE FRAMING.
Bring your pictures to us and we will save
you half what it would cost you elsewhere.
Ohio Picture Frame C 0.,113 Washington ay N.
T.H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
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.
S H AMPOOING, HAIR DRESSING AND MAN^
icuring. All kinds of hair goods. Miss 01
--sen, West Hotel Hair Store.
EYES~EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjusted
properly by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nic.
AS IT n6uRISHES~AWaY~PREMATURE
wrinkles, Satin-Skin Cream makes users glad.
Try it to-day. 25c. Best for you; best made.
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits an/i overcoats.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES HF."
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing, Washington. l>. O.
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALB
47 IMPROVED
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
ay, Issue a rental, bulletin every Monday.
Call or aend for our New Heal Estate Lists.
EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT- ]
alogue of bouses for sale is the best In the !
city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay.
DUTCH" COLONIAL HOUSE, NINE ROOMS^
ready Nov. 20; 3208 Harriet; hot water heat,
hardwood floors, seats and finish; beam cell-
Ings, -panel wainscoting, inglenook, china'
closet; $3,500; easy terms. Also several new
houses at St. Anthony Park. W. W. Clark,
313 Nlcollet ay. ■ ' __ ___
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT BEAU
tiful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful
lakes, electric cars, ideal homes. A. B.
Robbins, 221 Kasota block.
HOUSE 2215 6th st S; rents for. $8 a
month to the same tenant for 5 years.
A big cut In price. Sixth street is the'
best in South Minneapolis.
_ EDMUND G. WALTON, 300 Hennepin.
ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. Hennepin
Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps, Courthouse.
$850— — - —
No. 1618 Queen ay N, lot 40x128; two-story
frame dwelling of 8 rooms; house alone
cost to build at least twice amount of j
total purchase price. $850 takes the prop- '
erty to close an estate. Terms, one-half 1
" cash, balance to suit.
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO..
' No. 11l 4th st S.
4g UNIMPROVED
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT,
sent for Edmund G. Walton's printed list
and maps. General office, 300 Hennepin ay. •
PROSPECT PARK, Meeker Island, Linden
Hills; low prices; easy terms. Call for plats.
Nickels & Smith, 311 Nlc. and 915 SE Wash.
49 , FARMLANDS
I PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $12 I
I and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. '_
LANDS, .! FARMS,:. ACRES. RANCHES, |
large and small quantities of good bargains;
speculators' prices; homes for hundreds. M.
P. Hobart, Phoenix building. t-t
WANTED—CLEAR LANDS IN NORTHERN
central Minnesota, in exchange for a good,
running, stock of general merchandise of
I $5,000. Address O. M. S., Dundee, Minn.
FOR SALE— IDEAL CULTIVATED AND
highly improved farm of 200 acres; no waste
land; 60 . acres : meadow and pasture; Root
■ river flows through the farm, giving an abun
dance of pure flowing water; along its banks
are beautiful shade trees. There is a new
barn, .costing $7,500, machine sheds, grana
ries and sheep sheds that cannot be. dupli
cated with $2,000. The house is a new, thor
oughly modern 114-room house, with a hot
water heating plant and acetylene gas plant;
basement under entire house, with laundry
and vegetable compartments. Parlor 17x23
feet, library 16x19, dining-room same size,
fine kitchen, hall running entire, length of
house, fine billiard room and table, house
elegantly- furnished throughout, .;s beautiful
graded lawn, large water . tank and wind
mill, which forces water all over the house
and through the barn. Improvements cost
$22,000. Safe cyclone cellar with admittance
from outside and from house 'basement. This
farm Is located In Olmsted county, Minne
sota, Wit miles from Stewartville, and about
100 miles south of Minneapolis. Price, $30,000.
Will accept $10,000 cash and clear, productive
city property In Minneapolis. Address A. BJ.
Ginter, 2921 M ay S, Minneapolis, Minn.
GREAT-BARGAINS IN FARMS O~F 40 TO 580
acres, near fine towns; 1 write what you want.
See if I have it. , t Gilbert, New Pajraeaville,
Minn.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— ' $11
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
WANTED— TRADE WELL LOCXfED,
well rented business property in good town
in Minnesota and some cash for farm land
in northern Minnesota or North Dakota. Ad
dress 4458. Journal. ■. .
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $11
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST DESIRES PO
sltion; 14 years' experience :■ permanent posi
tion with moderate salary preferred; Al ref
erenoes. Address 1120, Journal.
A BRIGHT, HONE"ST~BOY~"WANTS WORK
for room and board and go to school; age 18
years; used to horses. A., 1407 Jefferson st
NE, city.
STRONG BOY, 19, ABLE TO DO MANr
work, would like steady position. Address
T._B.,_lsos_jyiain st NE. . -
WANTED—A POSITION AS STATIONARY
engineer or handling steam plant; 12 years'
experience; good references. Address 4369,
Journal.
53 STORAGE
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO,. $11
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
THE BO YD TRANSFER AND T&ML CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving «nd stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone. Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE. New7~Clean~Roomfc
REALTY CO.. 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored,, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
fan*. Office. 200 Nic. Tel 1203: res, tel. 2234-L.
5g STORM SASH, ETC.
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $11
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
""STORM SASH. ~
"we have them, ALL STYLES AND sizes
NORTHWESTERN SASH & door CO.,
113 Ist ay N. Phone, Main 1426 Jl.
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
PLY^CHmT^LOTHING" HOUSE^slo7^sii
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
LARGE FURNACE, BICYCLES AND HEAT
ing stoves in exchange for anything I .caa
use. Charles F. Drury, 1208 3d ay S.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we'pay
cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
WANTED—TO RENT~GOOD~UPRIGriT~PI
ano; reliable people; no children. Will pay
; $2.50 a month. 4403, Journal.
BOOKS, ALL KINDS, BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Goodyear Book Co. 319 Hennepin ay.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goodaT
Don't sell before getting estimates from th*
Town Market, 25-2; jth st S. Tel. 19D3.-
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coast points, making * ■
big savin- in freight; parties moving to t.h» j
coast should not fail to consult us. Th« ".
Boyd Transfer Co.. 46 3d st 3. • I
SMALL LOTS OF BOOKS~OR WHOLE I
brarles purchased for cash. 605 Ist ay S. »
WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL
coast points. We save you - one-half oa •
freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co.. 6>* I
4th st N. ■■
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for second
furniture, stoves, etc.; will call. 4434, Journal.
WANTED—A DIAMOND RING OR STUdT
from 1 to IVa carat, cheap for cash. Write to
E. E. Huelster. Herman, Minn. _
YOUNG AND PROMISING
Bernard male dog. The Grill, 308-310 l*t ay S.
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—slo.~slli
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
59 WOOD AND COAL
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE— $11 ,
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoat!. .
♦> If you want the best coal in the city •> i
•> buy from the American Fuel Co. Their ♦> !
♦£• coal lasts longer, makes hottest- fire •> ;
•*• and leaves no clinkers. They sell all •$» ;
•> kinds of wood, cheap. Ofilce, 78 >th ♦> '
•♦• st S. Phone 1812, Main. £• j
1,000 CORDS DRY MAPLE WOOD, $6.25, DE~ ■
llvered. Twin City Tel., 2023. F. E. • Lam- !
mers, 704 Lumber Exchange. .
——»■ ;
gO WANTED TO RENT \
PLY^lOTra^L^T^H^G^^HOU^&^noT'^ ■
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. j
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
ces in her house if she doesn't want them.
"Kill-eiE-all" powder clean* them out; 500
per box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing
testimonials on each box. • -
fJS * MOVING
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO. US
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHINE
cry moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 3d
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city,
10c; St. Paul. 15c. 15 7th st 3. Tel, 1526-1.
g7jiA£mNE^Y^N^NGINES_
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $13
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats. .
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO
Machinery— stock in the northwest.
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 So. 3d st, Mpla.
74 FURRIERS *
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
A. REINER, THE CUSTOM. FURRIER, 15 ,
9th st S, has a large line of fur-lined coats,
made from imported Kersey, lined with se
lected skins. ■ They are light wOeight, hand
some, durable and moderate in price. Call and
see them. Also several good buffaloes. Fur
work In- all branches. Tel. 2729-J3 Main.
Twin City, 1835. • .. /
DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COAT? YOUR
old one repaired or relined? See Zekman.
furrier, 106 Hennepin. opposite city hall.
FUR TANNER—FURS DRESSED IN FlßST
clajs order. H. M. Taubert. 625 Bryant ay N.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS
PLYMOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE—SIO, $12
and $15 cold weather suits and overcoats.
ARE YdITaOINQ TO EUROPE? - '
Write for lowest rates to or from any point :
in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent
i Beaver Line. 802 NleoUet «v, Mian—go
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