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Wednesday evening, November 20, 1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGtS 14 and IS
\Q DYEING AND CLEANING
Continued.
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET. I
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS,
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
CENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC. TEL. 3156J2.
19 FINANCIAL
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF "_iASTKRiN MONEY
to loan at 5. per cent on choice residenco
property. Thorpe Bros., Andrua building.
It ON BY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, .13 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 Hennepln ay. Walk up one flight.
AT LOWEST RATES— TO LOAM. It
t>. Coae & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
4* TO < PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on Improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 209-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
£. Minneapolis.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Ratea low; any sums;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co.. N. Y. Life.
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER $25, ON
diamood- and watches. Abelea. 243 Nicollet.
QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE,
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On your own name, without security or ln
dorser, payment payable to suit yourself;
those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our unices
&re so arranged that you do not come In con
tact with ether applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Opoa
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 9.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING KOOAfjj.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY.
601-602 Globe Building.
MONEY TO LOAN— TERMS; LOW
ratea David p. Jones & Co.. Oueida building.
MORTGAGES—Whether you wish to borrow
or lend, a— Finance Co.. 620 Temple Court
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $500
loans on city real estate; principal payable
at acy time. A. H. Polley, 501 Andrus Bldg.
Jg MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- #
V£ pie—We are prepared to loan reason- & j
Mt aMe amount* to salaried people hold- 3 (
Vs ing steady positions with responsible 5 ,
& concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •£
)g payments. We conduct our business j«£ ;
t£ strictly confidential. Lowest rates and )£ ;
hi fair treatment guaranteed. Room 206, & \
& Bank of Commerce building. &
&^^^^&^«&^^^^^
INVESTMENT SECURITIES—FIRST MORT
gages on both farm and city properties; also |
municipal and corporation bonds tor sale. !
November list of offerings furnished on ap- j
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 offices
In principal cities. Tolinan. 920 N. Y. Life.
HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY 511
SALARY LOANS
To honjkst working people
On taeir plain Note. ■ ■
DON'T GET FOOLED
By others. Ours are lowest rates
Given to salaried people.
Easiest payments. Strict!/ confidential.
Mz:;:«i_AroLis FINANCIAL CO..
Room 408, Fourth Floor New York Life Bldg.
44 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. tiO4 Phoenix.
WANTED—BY INCORPORATED WooD
inaii camp, of Kennedy, Minn., loan of $1,00).
Loan to be used to pay for material used .h
construction of hall, just completed. Address
B. M. Engelbert, Kennedy. Minn.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, MINNEAPO-
Hs, first mortgage gold bonds, netting in
vestors 4!»s per cent, for sale by Minnesota
Loan and Trust Co., 213 Nicollet.
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 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis.
20 F OR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET
yew Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
FREE "FOR SALE"" TO THOSH
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
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 OVER; HAIR OR
moss. $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Kuinvllle Bros., manufacturers,
17 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
COLE'S AIR-TIGHT HEATERS SAVE HALF
the wood. Cook stoves and ranges. J. H.
Smith. 214-216 Hennepia ay.
FURNACES—WE JUST BOUGHT JOB LOT
EO furnaces; special low prices next 30 day*.
Furnace repairs. Telephone 161. Great We». j
tern Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin ay.
BUY YOUR SECOND-HAND STORE FIX- '
tures, office furniture, safes, saloon and res- !
taurant supplies, stoves and furniture at 1027 j
Washington ay S. Largest stock in the !
northwest. .
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 237 Henn. AT.-
Bell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
OSTEOPATHIC Hand Book, only 50c while
they last. Goodyear Book Co.. 319 Henn. ay.
WATCHES CLEANED $1, mainsprings $1; war- i
ranted 1 yr. Fisk's. 17 S Wash.. Nic. House.
WOOD—DRY, $1.75 TO $2.75; 2 loads, $3.60.
Factory wood, $2; coal, 4.45 to $8.25.
Plymouth Lbr. Co. 4 Lumber Ex. Phone 717J2
FOR SALE. CHEAP, . DENSMORE TYPE"- '
writer, In good condition; also an electric |
sign (lantern). Hinz Medical Institute, 47-49
Washington ay S.
WANTED—A LIST OF STORM SASH YOU
need. We will make you a price that will
secure the order. Waterman Mfg. Co., 410
sth st N. Both 'phones. 9
We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band In-
Btruments. Max Xohen's, 327 Wash, ay S.
PIANOS—GENUINE,PIANO 1 NAP; 200 NEW
high grade pianos, regular price $475, going
at $270 each; cash or $8 to $10 a month: store
open evenings. Fester & Waldo, 40 sth st S,
corner Nicollet.
THREE HIGH GRADE DISSOLVING
Eterenptlcon outfits for calcium light; also
optigraph moving picture machine; all first
class condition; 300 fine colored and plain
•lides 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 FREE
catalogue tells how. Mica Crystal Grit, 75c
per 100 lbs. R. A. Pike & Co., 40 Bedford
ay SE.
22 LBS BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, $1,
■with 100 lbs flour; 13 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,
Sse up. Be sure to call for premium tickets.
Northwestern Butter Market, 513 Hennepin
ay. Tel. Main 1252 Jl. T. C. 143.
FOR SALE— ONE MACEY THREE~SECTION >
book case; will sell cheap If taken* at once.
Call_or_ad^dressJo4_ Century building.
FOR SALE— FOUR-HOLED
SUPERIOR
steel range, $10, if taken at once. 2409 Gar
field ay S.
NO. 5 BLICKEXSDERFER TYPEWRITErT
in perfect working order, at a bargain. 105 i
Washington ay N. " j
WALL P~APER-RANNEY HAS some GOOD
bargains left; must be closed out to make
room for new goods; 8c and 10c paper l%c
reds, 2Mtc and 3c. Estimates given. No 18
4£h_st_S.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER, NEARLY
new, cheap for cash; will ship into country.
Fox Typewriter Agency,_4os Hennepin ay. |
MISTAKE YOU WILL MAKE~IF~YOU
don't call and see our new stock of furniture.
Call and save from 10 to 25 per cent; easy
payments plan. Rainvllle Bros., 17 and 19
Central ay. Nicollet island.
SPECIAL IN P M A~CH IN EST~ GOOD
White, $2.50; New Home. $3.50; White, $6;
Singer, $8.50. Snaps. _ Elmer. 710 Ist ay S.
NEARLY NEW OAK SIXGER MACHINE
White, 13; New Home, $4.50; dressmaker
White, $10; fine Standard, $9. Repairing.
Lynch, 919 Nlcollet.
A SIX-FOOT SHOW CASE AND COUNTER
for sale; good as new. At 303& Washington
ay N. - Horwitz. the jeweler.
FOR" SALE—CHEAP? "TWO HOT SODA
urns. The Voegeli Bros.' Drug Co,
STEWART STORE HEATER, $lu:~SMALL^
ti one for $8; cook. $3; reservoir cook, $5;
water-front range, $8. 502 4th ay S.
IS YOUR OLD "REFRIGERATOR" WORTH
repair* Let us put a white-enamel lining
In it. W. A. San ford, 9 7lh st S.
HAIRDRESSERS—A FINK PORCELAIN
shampoo bowl with fixtures, for sale cheap.
Call or address room 495. Syndicate Arcade.
GREEN CUT BONE "DELIVERED TO ALL
parts of the city. Greatest egg producer
awn. Special bone circular and catalogue
of r.oultry supplies, tree. R. A. Pike & Co.,
_«. . i. „:J it« fc-F.. > ,
20^£9 R_SALEJMISCLEANEOUS
Continued.
FINE COLLECTION OF OLD U. $ AND
foreign coins for sale cheap. Address 4687,
Journal.
DESKS; RdLL~TOP] FLAT, STANDING,
typewriter desks, chairs, library tables, safes,
for residence or business purposes, store fix
tures, plate, outside showcases, counters,
shelving, scales, window display fixtures suit
able_forelothlng; sell cheap. 223 3d st S.
O WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE Q
Q PEOPLE. 5
5 HEATERS! HEATERS! HEATERS' O
O WE HAVE ALL KINDS, ALL O
O SHAPES. ALL SIZES AND O
Q AT ALL PRICES. Q
Q IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTI- O
O GATE. ' O
O WE ALSO HAVE EVERYTHING FOR b
O THE HOUSE AT TERMS AND O
O PRICES TO SUIT YOU AND 8
V YOUR PURSE. O
O IF YOT HAVE ANYTHING YOU Of
O WISH TO EXCHANGE OR SELL, D
O WE WILL GIVE YOU TOP O
Q PRICES. O
O THE BRANCH, 3
6 CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND S
Q 2D AY S. O
O WE PLAN TO PLEASE THE 3
O PEOPLE. O
BRICK—S3 PER THOUSAND"; SECOND
hand lumber and sash cheap; must be moved;
need the room. 810 6th at S.
FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
THE PLYMOUTH— AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
advertising under this bead. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
FOR . LARGE, 24-ROOM HOUSE,
centrally located; the best proposition in the
city for a high-class boarding-house. Rent
$100 per month. F. A. Simmons Co., New
York Life .building.
FOR RENT— DEC, 1, AN ELEGANT,
12-room, modern house; in easy walking dis
tance; hard woods, four grates, hot water
heat, open plumbing, etc R.^t $50 per month.
F. A. Simmons Co.. New York Life Bid"
TEN DOLLARS PER MONTH—FTVE-ROOM
house in first-class repair; large stone cellar;
large shed and yard; cistern, with wet sink.
W. D. Washburo, Jr., 300 Guaranty Loan
building. ■ •
! 1716 NICOLLET AY, 14-ROOM THOROUGH-
Iy modern house; newly papered and painted.
! We will make a reduction on this house for j
the winter. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nlcollet j
i ay. room 2. • '
' SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE — NEW, OPEN
plumbing, bath, closet, sink, boiler, storm
sash. 711 12th ay N. $16. Inquire at 120
Central ay.
FOR RENT-STRICTLY MODERN, EIGHT
room house, neat- university; one block off
lnterurban car line. Call 327 Ontario st SE.
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
i ces In her house if she doesn't want them.
"Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 500
per box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing
testimonials on each box.
3137 2D AY S, TEN-ROOM, ALL MODERN
house; finest location eighth ward $28. In
qulre 1520 Park ay.
WILL RENT MY HOME TO RESPONSIBLE
party; no small children. Has gas, hot and
told water, sink, hardwood floors, etc Rent
$20. Call 3120 Irving ay S.
FOR RENT—FIVE ROOMS, WOODSHED,
city water, cellar, cistern," near church,
school and street oars; $10 per month. 3103
Dupont ay N.
414 E 26TH ST, STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE
—Six rooms, hardwood finish, very desirable.
Central Real Estate Co., 312 Northwestern
building.
ON UPPER NICOLLET ISLAND, 5 ROOMS,
first floor; also eight-room house, 3048 23d ay
S, city water and wet sinks; a_o, seven-room
house, 8036 Hiawatha ay, -well, cistern barn.
F. C. Griswold, Nicollet island.
759 TYLER ST, CORNER OF BROADWAY,
seven-room house, in good order, $8.
2609 Howard st, eigbjt-room house, newly
papered and painted, $8 per month.
O. J. SMITH, 620 Temple Court
1419 STH AY S, 8 ROOMS" MODERN, $_£
1616 Park ay, 7 rooms, modern, barn, $22.50.
614 E Franklin ay, 8 rooms, city water, barn,
$20. '
526 3d ay SE, 6 rooms, modern, $22.
1501 Park ay, 12 rooms, modern, new heating
plant, $45. . . - .
GEORGE ODLUM, 309 Phoenix building.
$20—2617 ALDRICH AY S, 8 ROOMS, BATH,
city water and gas.
! $182035 Portland ay, 8 rooms, city water.
$18—2200 Chicr^o ay, 9 rooms, city water.
$14-^3019. Longfellow, 7 rooms, neat and good
. neighborhood, large lot.
JANNEY, 103 Phoenix.
OO FURNISHED HOUSES
MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE AT MER
riam Park for winter or longer; on oar line
and best location. Address at once, 4706
Journal.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET
New Soft an_d__Derby $3 Hats for $2.
FREE "FOH RMNT" OR "BTTaOTflgjp
Room" carda for those advertising under this
bead. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing _tie__aa.
' FOR RENT, LARGE SUNNY FRONT ROOMT
and alcove, with or without breakfasts; across
street from Minneapolis academy; six blocks I
; from the university. 617 Delaware st SE.
OUR BUSINESS IS RENTING ROOMS. IF
I you wish a room or rooms, call on us. We
I have them in all parts of the city. Reason
j able rutes. Pioneer Room Renting Bureau,
602 Northwestern building. Telephone Main
8312-Jl.
| NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS, THOROUGH- !
•ly modern; special accommodations for tran
sients; prices reasonable. Mondamin Euro
! pean Hotel, 327 Henn. Mrs. I. Fletcher, prop.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED PAR
t lor bedroom, in steam-heated flat; gas. bath,
open plumbing; suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; walking distance from postofflce;
family of three adults. No, 724 sth st S,
flat No. 1.
HANDSOME LARGE FRONT PARLOR IN
modern flat; warm, central, quiet; every
convenience; also smaller rooms; rates mod
erate. 1019 Ist ay S.
FOR RENT^FURNISHBD <m UNFUR
nished_roomsj modern. 107 Spruce place.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRON*
room, with alcove: two large closete heat
I an(i Hght; rent $8.50. 15 E 14th st.
FOR RENT—ONE IXr~GE~FURNISHED
room > wlta h^at, at 728 Nicollet ay, Flat 2. \
! FOUR FURNISHED ROOMfipTWO SUITA-
J ble for man and wife; house modern 716
i 6th ay S"
A MODERN STEAM-HEATED ROOM FOR
lady employed; walking distance; will give
breakfast and lunch if preferred. Refer
ence_required. 4608, Journal.
FOR~RENT—LARGE? SUNNY. FURNISHED
room; modern, private house; hot water heat;
j choice central^ location. 200 E 13, th st.
PLEASANT FCRNISHBD FRONT ROOM*
i second floor; heat, gas, bath; also, one smah
er one, suitable for two. 1510 4th ay S.
| 24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
THE PLYMOUTH— SIXTH AND NICOLLET
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
FOR RENT— THREE ROOMS AND BATH
room, upstairs. 650 Polk st XE. $9.
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS EACH O"N~TH!
ground floors of houses 201 and 203 4th ay
NE; sewer and city water, storm windows;
low rent. W. C. Reiss, 62 Chamber of Com
j merce. ■ •• ■■■ .■
1 FOR RENT—FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
:in modern house, with gas and bath. Call at
; 926 Chicago ay S, opposite Agincourt.
! FOR RENT, THE SECOND STORY OP
; rooms at No. 2801 9th ay S, at $6 per month
! Inquire at 430 Boston block. Julius E. Miner!
; FOR RENT—TWO OR THREE BRIGHT AND
• sunny rooms, unfurnished, to couple, for
; light housekeeping. Or will rent rooms
j singly, unfurnished, with or without board.
1 Heat and bath._ Inquire 2733 Dupont ay S.
i FOUR rooms7first floor of modern
, house, 1401 E 28th st, $10. Dr. Nelll, 10 3d
I Bt S. . "^
: THREE CONNECTING ROOMS AND AL
: cove, unfurnished; large attic and woodshed;
J front and rear stairs, bathroom; no children
! 2937 Ist ay S.
j FIVE NEWLY FINISHED ROOMS, HARD"
i wood finish, city water and wot sink, $7.50
i per month. 815 sth st S.
! FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS] GROUND
I floor, city water, gas; private entrance. 2821
' Dupont ay S. ■ -■... ■
OK UNFURNISHED FLATS
J THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET
; New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
| FOR RENT— 3 AND 4-ROOM "FLAT",
steam heat, centrally located. j Inquire room
12, 412 Nicollet ay. -
NEW FLATS, 6 ROOMS AND BATH, 1349-61
Nicollet. $40. W. W.. Clark, 313 Nicollet ay.
FOUR-ROOM FLAT—ALL v MODERN~EX~
•cept heat. References required and no chil
uren taken. 423y£ Washington ay N.
A -FIVE-ROOM FLAT, • MODERN EXCEPT
heat; location. North Side. Apply-to F. J.
': -It".?! &] Co.. Plymouth and .Washington:
FOR RENT
Continued.
THREE COMPLETE MODERN FlVE
room flats, except beat; walking distunes,
central location. Rent $16, $Is, $20. Apply
300 Bank of Commerce. . .
FOUR-ROOM FLATS, SECOND FLOOR, 1501
Hawthorn ay, modern, $16 per month. « Also
four-room flat, 1503 Hawthorn ay, first floor,
$15 per month. Also ten-room tenement,
modern, 1505 Hawthorn ay, $30 per month.
S. A. Reed. 208 Century building.
CORNER FLAT, SECOND~FLOOR.. FIVE
rooms; open plumbing, gas range,. laundry,
steam heat. 22 12th st S. See janitor.
O7 ' OFFICES
I THE PLYMOUTH— SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
I New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2. __
| OFFICES;" STEAM HEATED * PRICES $6 TO
I $20. Eastman block. 412 Nlcollet inquire
i room 12. "
g» KASOTA BLOCK HENNEPIN AY &
Q and 4th st; one to three rooms; eteam Q
$ heated; first-class service. Walter L. ■ &'■
Q Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New Q j
O York Life building. ' Q
;28 STORES -
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND N.ICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.V
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDQ.
FOR . RENT, CHEAP, REAR~bF~ST ORE",
109 Washington ay S. for any kind of manu
facturing business. . Inquire at 109 Washing
ton-. - ■ , ~. j, ■
31 HELP WAJITED—MALE
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WATCHE"S~CLEANEJb7~*I; MAIN "SPRINGS",
|1; varrantcd one year. Faegel'a, 22 3d st 3.
THE NATIONAL. FOUNDERS' ASSGCIA~
tion will pay at least $4.75 per day for a few
! good machinery floor molders, to work in Chi
: cago, 111. Permanent employment and no
; trouble. Address Box 410, Chicago. 111.
OVERCOAT SLEEVES~~RELINED, 50c; SILK
relvet collar, 60c; suits steam cleaned ana
pressed $1; pants recut, 70c up. At Anthony
the _Tallor, removed to. 212 Washington ay N.
TOUNO MAM, FOE THOROUGH PRBPARA-
I tion for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college. Lake st, corner Stevens.
WANTED—ONE -HALF DOZEN~CO"KEMAK^
ers, skilled in agricultural work; first-class
wages. Apply Moline Plow Co., Molino, 111.
BOYS WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. 'i. OF
flce.
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
A TONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD restores
natural color; prevents gray ness, &oc.VoegelL
| ATTRACTIVE CARD SIGNS; YOU CAN
i learn to make them; nightly instruction or
by mail. McDerrnott School, 32G Nicollet.
WANTED— CARPENTERS; SASH, DOOR.
sticker hands; nine hours, $3. Box 105 Her
ald, Los Angelea, California.
BNERQBJTIC SALESMAN; SCHOOL SUP
plies; country work; SICK) salary and coruinis
siona. R. 0. Evans & Co., Chicago, 111.
WANTED EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
taok signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising
Bureau._Chieago.
WANTED—THREE~OR FOUR "GOOD JOB
blng carpenters. C. J. Weeton, 58 12th st S.
GREATEST^ MONEY-MAKING ECONOMIC
discovery, revolutionizing one necessity of
life; want hus-tler in every county; splendid j
inducement; exclusive territory; particulars :
free. Fyrotone Company, 39 Star building, !
Chicago. !
WANTEO—-TWO PAINTERS, INSIDE
work. C. J. Weston, 68 12th st 8.
waxtelT- a boY~t6~work in drug !
store. 1538 Nieollet ay.
WANTED—fTrST~(;I"aSS~ERECTING SHOP |
machinist and boilermakers. Apply Superin
teudeut of Motive Power, Chicago Great
Western railway, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—ERRAND BOY.
51 9th st S.
\VANTED-FIVE~MOLDERSrLAKE SHORE
Engine Works, Marquette, Mich. Good wages,
steady work; no trouble.
WANTED—BY Jk WHOLESALE LIQUOR
house, an experienced bottler; state age and
references. Address 4364, JournaL |
HOLIDAY BOOKS FOR CHILDREN; FIVE
shown in one prospectus; one that sells at
sight, "Lives of All Our Presidents." Send
for description. Outfit free. Send 20c to i
! help pay express. Creore & Nlckerson Home .
Furnishing Co., 221 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis, j
WANTED — MERGENTHALER MACHINE I
operator, to take charge of and operate one j
machine. Position open Dec. 1. Address j
News-Record, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. j
IF YOU ARE ENERGETIC AND WILL j
work according to instructions given, we can j
offer paying employment handling our fall j
and holiday specialties. City or outside
towns. Apply J. P. Crotty & Co., 507 2d i
ay 8. j
WANTED—DELIVERY MAN FOR GRO- j
eery. Must understand the business and give ■
references. Call at 1621 Nicollet, after noon.
WANTED-^ BARBER, AT- ONCE, IN FIVE- \
chair, modern, improved shop; $12 to $14 per j
week; steady job. W. A. Houston, Tracy, i
Minn. \ !
CANVASSERS WANTED—TO SELL OUR j
line of graphophones on payments, in this |
city. Columbia Phonograph company, 306
Nicollet ay. |
A LIVE, ENERGETIC PERSON WANTED j
to represent us in every county in the states
of Minnesota and lowa. Good wages and !
easy work. Address D. H. Van Kirk, Swale
-1 dale, lowa.
WANTED—MAN WITH HEAVY WAGON
and horse to haul furniture, etc.; contract by
week or month. Address 4G39, Journal.
WANTED—MAN AND VV IFE^TO~WORK IN
| private family; wife to do housework and
j man for coachman. Address 4610, Journal.
10,000 MEN AND WOMEN~TO~SEE OUR
kitchen grocer, a fine cabinet for the kitchen
and the greatest labor-saving invention of the
age. Salesmen wanted. 705 Hennepin ay.
BOY, 15 OR 16, n6t~~OLDER, TO LEARN
the drug trade; must speak Scandinavian or
i German and be an up-to-date young man.
Experience unnecessary. Call for H. L., at
Hotel Hyser, Nicollet and 4th st, between 6
and 7:30 p. m.
\VANfED~~METAL POLISHERS AND
.buffers at Barnum Plating Co., 612-614 Ist ay S
WANTED—EXPERIENC ED SHOE SALES
man. Best of references required. Call at
425 Cedar ay.
JTWO GOOD, ALL-AROUND HARNESS-
I makers; light work; work the year around
and good wages.- Address 4707, Journal.
CiRCULAR~ANETSAMPLE" DISTRIBUTERS",
$5 per thousand, pay advanced; experience
(unnecessary; permanent; inclose stamp.
Globe Distributing Co., 53 W 24th st, New
York city. I
ERRAND~BOYB WANTED f6~RUN~SPE~
cials. Apply, at once, Mr. Simon, The Pal
ace Clothing House. _ _
WANTED—A~ SOLICIT ORTFOHfA MERCAN"
tile agency. One who is acquainted with the
local jobbers preferred. Address 4663, Jour
nal.
WANTED—LINEMEN AND GROUND ME~N
on toll line construction. Apply to D. C.
Penniman, at the Clarendon Hotel, St. Paul,
evenings, from 6:30 to 8 o'clock.
WANTED—ONE GOOD MATTRESS MAKER"
at_once. Gangelhoff Bfos., 909 2d st S.
WANTED, LICENSED FIREMAN AT ONCE.
Address 4693, Journal.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH^
er and bookkeeper; must have good refer
ences and write good long hand; permanent
position. H. F. Chaffee, N.D.
WANTED—YOUNG MAN WHO HAS SOME
knowledge in cutting and as tailor; some one
who is bright. Apply Kurtzman-O'Keeffe
Co., tailors.
.32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2. ■■-•■
! YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH prep
i aration for office work or business, go to th*
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
i PLEAS AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
i Is easily obtained by graduates of the Min- .
I neso-.a School of Business, 54 3d st S.
WANTED—SEWING GIRLS CAN EARN
from $5 to $8 a week sewing on' power sew
, ing machines. Steady work all the year.
Sterling Mfg. Co., corner sth ay X and 3d st,
second floor.
DAY AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic
Business College, 4% Wash, ay S, Minneapolis.
Graduates assisted in securing positions.
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS HAIR~WO~RK~
er, at once. Feely & Crocker, 515 Nicollet.'
WANTED— GOOD GIRL FO~R GENERAL
housework; good wages; every convenience;
small family of adults. Mrs. M. S. Young,
2208 Bryant ay S. • ; : ,
WANTED—A GIRL 15 OR 16 YEARS OLD;
can go to school If desired. 42 Royalston ar.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED FUR FINISH -
ers; good wages. Schuneman & Evans St
Paul. '■ - . .--..-■ '
WANTED— PANTS FINISHERS; STEADY
work, good pay. Robitshek, Frank & Heller.
18 3d st N. • . •
WANTED — EXPERIENCED PRESSERS.
Call at once. Twin City Dye Works, 504
Cedar ay, or 420 Nicollet. ___
WANTED—ONE WHO WANTS A HOME, OR
girl attending school, to work for board;
family of two. 826 Huraboldt ay N, upstairs.
WANTED—iEXPERIENCED~NURSE~FOR~~A
small child. Call at once. 2122 Portland ay.
WANTED—DRESSMAKERS .-AND -•.■/ HEIST
, era. Come ready for work. "■"' Mr*. A. ■ Salis
» bury. 728 Nicollet ay. Flat 3.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
32 HELP WANTED-FBIiALE
'Z'A-.'i--. Continued.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
era.l housework, with or without washing;
highest wages/ Apply in morning. 1800 Vina
place. : :
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SEWING GIRL
at once. Shop girl preferred. 15 E 14th st.
WAN TED— WAITRESSES; MUST B*
experienced; steady work. National Hotel.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GivN
eral housework in a small family. Inquire
124 Laurel ay, Flat 2, city. ■
AVANTED—HOUSEKEEPER TO WORK ON
a farm; seven in the family. Address R. P.
Fair, Geneva, Minn. :
WANTED—A NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework 523 Forest , at.
DISHWASHER WANTED AT COLUMBIA
Restaurant, 225 Nlcallet ay. ,
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of two; easy place for nice girl
Apply at once. Mrs. J. Y. Dahl, 2447 Port
land ay.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
era! housework in family of three. 1916 2d ay 3
LOVELY COMPLEXION, SATIN-SKIN, PRO
duced by Satin-Skin Cream and Powder.
WANTED—GOOD COOK AT ONCE; GOOD
wages. 112 9iix st.S. ■
FIRST - CLASS MILLINERY MAKERS
wanted. Goldblum's fifth floor, Syndicate
Arcade. ,
ST\ JAMBS HOTEL—WANTED, FlßST
class dining-room girl.
HATS RETRIMMED, 35c UP, MAKING AND
new work reasonable; materials furnished if
desired. Ida Waterman, 43 Uth st S.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAST. 414 3D ST
8; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
etc., bought, sold and exchanged. 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 kind, give us a call.
GOOD HORSE FOR SA~LE—CALL AT 1901
Hawthorn ay, after 7 p. m.
12 heaeTof horses, heavy LOGGING
or farm stock, drivers or delivery; come,
make an offer. 411 fVth st S.
FINE SINGLE HARNESS, NICKEL-PLAT
ed, as good as new. Will be sold very cheap.
105 Washington ay N.
1,400-POUND HORSE, GOOD TO WORK,
price $30; 1,200-pound horse, sound, {40; sor
rel pony, $8; rough bay horse, $15. Call 508
4th ay S.
HORSES, 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 !
j given if desired. The finest lot of heavy log- ;
j ging horses ever brought into the northwest
can be seen at their stables.
SPECIAL SALE OF ~
$I.so—Horse Blankets—sl.so.
American Tent and Awning Co
125 Ist ay N.
FOR SALE—THIRTY HEAD OF WORK
f horses and two ponies, just from Dakota.
Must sell at once. Central Market barn, cor
ner Holden and llth sts N.
FOR SALE—GOOD, LIMBER, FREE DRlV
ing horse, $20. Also, fine Scotch collie pups,
3_months old. 1614 4th st SB.
| GOODIVORK MARE] 8 YEARS OLD
[weight 1,400; only $50, if taken to-morrow; I
; also nice team of brown mares, 7 and 8 years
old; make a fine farm team; $110. 2316 4th
! st N.
! DO YOU WISH TO BUY GOOD ROBES, i
I horse blankets, etc.? We sell them at very
j reasonable prices. A. G. Schlener, 15 Ist st N. '
! FOR SALE, A GOOD TEAM OP WORK ;
| horses, with almost steady work for winter
weight 3,000 lbs. 1428 E Franklin ay.
34 HORSES, CARRI AGES—W'T»D
THE PLYMOUTH— SIXTH AND NICOLLET. j
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
HORSES BOARDED. BEST OF CARE, j
I low prices. Wood Lake stock farm, 2& miles ,
| south of city, Lyndale ay. J. B. lrwin,
j Richfield, Minn. <
i WANTED—GOOD HORSE, WEIGHT ABOUT I
{ 1,100, In exchange for good upright piano. '
Minneapolis Music Co., 600 Nicollet.
' WILL EXCHANGE BOARD FOR HORSE, i
! buggy and harness, or milk wagon, light or I
■ heavy harness; am not particular. Call this '
evening. 132S Ist ay S.
j HORSES BOARDED FOR THB WINTER"; I
] good care, warm barns, running water; low j
j rates. Hammond, 240 Temple Court. j
35 INSTRUCTION
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTHiAND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby. $3 Hats for. $2.
i HEALTH BY EXERCISE—A NATURAL !
I system for health, body building or recreation, '
las desired. ' Private or class instruction; '
I massage and various baths: Dr. Cooke's )n- i
Btitute, sixth floor, Kasota building. 'Phone |
I ISO€-L1 main. -■■ .
j MINN. Normal School and Bus. College, 525-7 !
I 7th stS. Call or write for particulars. ,
I SPANISH INSTRUCTION by Dative teacher, ,
| Terms reasonable. Address 4224. Journal. i
ARE YOU GOI XG TO EUROPE?
Write for lowest rates to or from any point ,
in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent '
Beaver line, 302 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis.
|3g LOANS AND CHATTELS ~
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AXD NICOLLET
New Soft and Derby |3 Hats for $2.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, Teasonab!e~;~con- '
Sciential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S. M
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD OOODS^ ! !
I furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at ' i
I one-half the usual rates. Monthly install- '
roent Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan. •
RICE LOAN'S 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 I
city. One to twelve months given for j '
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.,
j 305-306 BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING. ;
LOANS MADE OX SAME DAY AS APPLI
CATION ON FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES, WAGONS, FIXTURES, ETC.,
THE GOODS TO REMAIN IX YOUR UN
DISTURBED POSSESSION. OUR OFFICES !
! ARE SO ARRANGED THAT YOU CAN BE
{ WAITED OX QUICKLY AND PRIVATELY,
AND NO ONE BUT OURSELVES NEED
KNOW OF OUR TRANSACTIONS. OUR
PLAN IS THE CHEAPEST, BEST AND
MOST PRIVATE IX THE CITY. CALL AND
BE CONVINCED. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN
CO., 601-602 GLOBE BUILDING, 22 4TH ST S.
Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings un
til 9 p. m. ' •
CUFFEL, AT 606 GUARANTY BUILDING,
makes quick loans on furniture, pianos or
any good security; reasonably, strictly confi
dential; easy monthly payments. ■ • '
37 LOST AND FOUND
THE PLYMOUTH— SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
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—TUESDAY, NOV. 12, *FUR BOA,
either on Nicollet ay or in vicinity of Nicol
let and 14th. Return "to 116 W 14th. Re
ward. '
LOST—FOX TERRIER PUP, 6 MONTHS
old; lone black spot on both sides and also
on back, Joining tail. Had collar on. § Kindly
notify 300 Bryant ay N. - m
LOST—WHITE SETTER DOG, YEAR old,
black head. Return for reward, George F.
Dean, 915 Ist ay S. .
LOST—OCT. 30, ON CENTRAL AY, NEAR I
4th st, young black spaniel; had green leather j
collar with brass studs; reward for Informa- '
tion. Flat E. 329 Central ay. j
FOUND, A PONY AND HORSE.' W. H.
Hall, 50th st and Drew ay. . .
J3g_ MUSICAL
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby ?3 Hats for $2.
ARTISTIC REPAIRING AND REVARXISH
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.
39 _ medical" 7
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AXD NICOLLET
New Soft and Derby S3 Hats for $2.
ELIT.E BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tubs; massage.2 cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant
LADIES—SSOO REWARD FOR A CASK
obstinate, i abnormal suppression, any cause,
my monthly, regulator, fails to relieve;,mail
S3. Dr. Jackson Co..' 167 Dearborn st, Chicago.
41JKIOETONKA PROPERTY
THE PLYI OUTII—SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft i id_l)erby $3 Hats for $2.
O ANOTHER BARGAIN. Q
O The Ricke' fruit farm, having just Q
O been sold by us, we now offer another S
Q bargain in the same locality, consist- 5
Q ing of 16 acres, with good seven-room 3
Q house, barn, granary, icehouse, etc.; S
Q near Markville. About nine acres in 8
Q berries and fruit; three acres pasture. 8
o 111 health cause of sale. Price, $2,500. 8
6 Possession at once. Apply without de- *Q
& lay to Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bank of S
Q Commerce. q
1802—OUR CATALOGUE FOR 1902 OF LAKH
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.
42 NOTICE
THH PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for |2.
NOTICE—RECETVErF"NEW STOCK~OVALB,
modern patterns; mouldings, novelties In
framed-up pictures. We sell at deep-cut
prices. Framing pictures cheap to keep busy.
Zesbaugh, 11 sth st S.
NOTICFr~TO PLUMBERS—NOTICE IS
hereby given that the State Board of Com
missioners of Practical Plumbing will meet
In Minneapolis on the ltSth day of December,
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Alexander's hall,
88 Cth st S, to examine all applicants, as
provided for by an act of the legislature ap
proved April 23, 1897, entitled, "An act to
prevent incompetent persons from working as
journeymen plumbers or conducting the busi
ness of plumbing in any city or town having
a population of ten thousand (10,000) Inhab
itants, or more, whloh has a system of sewer
or waterworks, in the state of Minnesota."
Application blanks may be had by addressing
Secretary, at 503 Hennepin ay. Samuel
Hunter, Jr., president; John O. Watson, eec
retary.
44 PERSONAL
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICQLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
DRTbT SHEPARDTSPBCiA'LIST"; DISEASES
of women; office, 407 Nlcollet Telephone,
M 669 J2; residence, South 438 J3. Office hours,
11 a. p. to 6 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
RUQG, THE PHOTOGRAPHER. WILL BB
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, 43 4th st S.
HAIR AND SCALP REMTedIEST '
Dandruff, falling hair or itching and ecze
mateus scalp and growing baldness ceases the
day their use has begun. Send stamp for
particulars or 60c for trial course. 0. K.
Change, 580 Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis,
Minn.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED.
Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured
quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr, Wheeler, Globe bid, Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE.
CURE UNSIGHTLY PIMPLES APPLYING
Satin-Skin Cream; matchless curative. 25c.
HOW TO~EXPAND YOURTnCOME BY EX
panding its usefulness; this little assistant
pocket ledger, with explicit instructions, tells
how to get more good out of $85 than you
now receive from $100, thus swelling your
available surplus for investment or luxuries
15 per cent; systematise your expenditures
and lay the foundation for competence and
wealth without being stingy; fine leather
binding; postpaid for 50 cents. E. C. Chas
sell, publisher, Le Mars, lowa.
MRS. BON~D MONTHLY REGULATOR,
which has never failed; longest cases re
lieved in two to five days; no danger; has had
16 years' experience in using it; by mail or
office, $2; advice free. All letters, address
Mrs. E. Bond, 306 6th st 8. Office hours, 10
a.jß.^until Bp. in. Minneapolis, Minn.
pictureTfr amingT """pic:t v r eTfr am in"gT
Bring your pictures to us and we will save
you half what it would co6t you elsewhere.
Ohio Picture Frame C 0.,113.,113 Washington ay N.
A TOXIC," JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD~restoreß
natural_color,_prevents graynesa. 60c. Voegeii.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL,
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing eonfltfement; new book 25c, all you need
to know. Office. 2? 4th st S, third floor.
SHAMPOOING, HAIRDRESSING AND MAN
icuring. All kinds of hair goods. Miss Ol
sen, West Hotel Hair Store. ,
LADIES, CHICHESTEH-S" ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal PHIb are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
druggists^ _Chichester Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
NOV ELTIES— POINT LACH HANDKER
chiefs, etc., for the holidays, now ready at
7£l Lumber Exchange. Telephone T. C. 2023.
SWITCHES, WIGS, TOUPEES? HAIR
chains for gentlemen, for holiday presents;
mail orders filled. Brahl's Hair Bazaar, 409
Nicollet, upstairs.
are~"you "goTngTto Europe"?
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
in Europe to C. F. Wenhani, general agent,
B_eaver_line L _3fl^__Nicollet ay, Minneapolis.
EYES EXAMINED FREE, glasses adjusted
properly by graduate optician. Abeles, 243 Nic.
428 HENNEPIN AY — NEWLY OPENED
bath parlors; plain sponge, alcohol rubs and
cabinet baths. Lady assistant.
4g PATENT ATTORNEYS
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLET
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT~(JAME3~>;
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGlll build
ing, Washington, D. C.
REAL ESTATE— SALE
AJ IMPROVED
W. A. BARNES & CO., SOO-802 NICOLLBt
ftv, issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
Call or send for our New Real Estate Lists..
BCMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT"
alogue of houses for sale is the best in the
city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay.
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT BEAU
tiful Robbinsdale Park; pure watei>, beautiful
lakes, electric cars, id<»al homes. A. B.
Robbins, 221 Kasota block. -
ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per number. "Hennepln
Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps, Courthouse.
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r« Real Estate, Rentals, and Fire 82
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82 617 Guaranty Building. 8»
82 If you are looking for a beautiful §2
82 home in one of the choicest residence t»
gg .districts,' read below and then come ?2
?i in and see us. %
82 • A nine-room, new, modern house, J2
ft strictly up to date In every particular, $2
% -finished In choice hardwoods and par- £8
gi quet floors, on lot 60x135, with stone 8J
82 sidewalk, sewer, gas and water all in "J2
82 street. ' 'This' fine home is in Lowry jj
Zi .. Hill district, and, as the owner is S2
82 leaving the city for good, he .will sell 88
82 it for the low price of 16,000. Don't 88
82 .fail to se this house before you buy. JJ
|2.f If you have any bargains to sell, $2
8o list them with us. : . . -. ; 8«
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$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
total purchase price. $850 takes the prop
erty to close an estate. Terms, one-half
cash, balance to suit.
• DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO.,
- '■■ . . . No. 11l 4th st 8.
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%i $9,000—125 feet on Portland ay by 160 §§
51 feet on 14th st, with large, 14-room ?g
£2 • frame house. . This low price good for §2
|2 one week only. Apply. '"•■..' *2
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S« 115 Temple Court. *2
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BEST ' SNAP OF ALL: ABOUT $2,000
handles 1714 Thomas place; Oak Park; bal
ance, $3,000, three years: ten rooms, modern;
large, corner lot; good barn; cost .SII,OOO.
Home Realty, 311 Sykes block.
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g2- chicken-house, woodshed; lot 32x127; 8*
52 on 30th ay S. We -can sell this at a 92
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FOR ii SALE—GROCERY STORE p ■ AND
dwelling; corner lot; . living-rooms upstairs
and down. ' Take clear lot as part pay. 4723,
Journal. '*■*.■ '<>^'- '- :: ' ■ - : ■
$3,350 FOR A NEW, EIGHT-ROOM, MOD
em house, .on Bryant ay 8, near 27th st.
House is large and roomy; has furnace,'
porcelain bath tub, full cellar,' water,' etc.;
lot, 46x128. '-. Owner wants money and makes
the. above low price to' sell the property.
W W. Shotwell, 322 New York Life building.
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
FIND THE KNIGHT AND LADY OF THE CASTLE.
REAL ESTATE— SALE
Continued.
$2,975—A GOOD INVESTMENT: ' NINE
rooms, hardwood floor, fine repair; barn; lot,
45x165; easily arranged for two families.
Pleasant ay, near 28th st. Lauderdale St Co
355 Temple Court.
DUTCH COLONIAL HOUSE, NINE ROOMS
ready Nov. 20, 8208 Harriet; hot water heat,
hardwood floors, seats and finish; beam ceil
ings, panel wainscoting, inglenook, china
closet; $3,500; easy terms. Also several new
houses at St. Anthony Park. W. W. Clark
313 Nicollet ay. _____ ' \
WHY PAY RENT? 143 ALDRICH AY N,
just off Hawthorn, 7-room house, for $1,660
--will take $16.50 per month until paid. Nick
els & Smith, 811 Nioollet ay.
4g UNIMPROVED
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT,
sent 4 for Edmund G. Walton's printed list
and maps. General office, 300 Hennepin 1 ay.
LOTS AND ACRES IN WASHBURN PARK.
on and near Nicollet ay, a specialty. • Lauder
dale & Co., Temple Court. • :
FINE EAST-FRONT LOT— LIES TWO FEET
above grade; size 45x128; on Harriet ay, be
tween 26th and 27th sts; sewer, ' water, gas
and stone walks in street. Price, $625. Two
lota if desired. David C. Bell Investment
Co., 11l 4th st 3. '"■■':
40 FARM LANDS ; .
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby" $3 Hats for $2.
FOR BALjfc-FINB FARM OF loa ACRES,
located iv "»,"'■- -u;i county,; Minnesota; only
six miles west of the excellent markets of La
Crosse, Wis., and three miles from railroad
village. Has excellent water facilities; good
stock as well as grain farm; house,
large barn, granary and other out buildings.
One hundred and twenty acres under culti
vation. Must sell for cash. Address 4581,
Journal. . ■ . •
lands'; farms, acresT ranches^
large and small Quantities 6*f good bargains;
speculators' prices; homes for hundreds. M.
P. Hobart, Phoenix building. . .
FOR SALE, BY OWNER, SIX SECTIONS
of choice farms and wild lands; Red river
[ valley land; close to towns. Jens Johnson,
2424 »th &▼ 3. ■ ■ : , ]
I HAVE LAND. IN UTAH, CLOSE TO
town; good soil, plenty of water, fine fruit
or farming land. . Sell on easy terms. It will
double in .value in two years.. Half rate rail
road fare. F. P. Pilcher. Bank of Commerce."'
640-ACRE STOCK FARM, FINE BUILDINGS,
all fenced; running stream; in Lyon county,
Minnesota. Easy terms. Might take some
clear city property. F. P. Pilcher, Bank of
Commerce. " '. > ... •; ::
I 1 ...___ <_•
j 50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
I THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
' Now Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WANTED—TO TRADE WELI/ LOCATED,
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.
TO EXCHANGE—TWO VACANT LOTS IN
St. Paul for property in Mpls. 4004, Journal. :
TO EXCHANGE, FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE
lot and some cash for large lot and house
between Hennepin and 3d ay, inside of 12th
I st. What have you to offer? Address 4637,
Journal. '
SITUATIONS WANTED
g 1 MALE
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
BOOKKEEPING, SINGLE OR DOUBLE EN-
Books posted, balance sheets struck,
statements prepared, accounts made up and
rendered accurately; experienced accountant;
can work from 7t012 p. m. Moderate terms;
references. Apply L. D. Kennedy, 715 Nlc
ollet ay.
YOUNG MAN OF 22 DESIRES POSITION OF
some kind; has diploma of single entry book
keeping and has had experience in clerking.
V. Seburg, 1613 16th ay N.
SITUATION WANTED—BY YOUNG MAR
ried man; well acquainted in city; best of
references. Call or address C. E. P., 2643
Ist ay S.
YOUNG MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT IN
family; can care for horses and drive; knows
■ city well; best references; steady and sober.
: Address Coachman, 713 20th ay S.
I Yt>UMG MAN WANTS TO WORK IN A
I blacksmith shop to learn trade; wages no ob
ject to start with. 4713, Journal.
§2 FEMALE
THE PLYMOUTH. SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
: Now Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION IN
I office; experienced in stenography and book
' keeping; salary about $5. Address 4506, Jour
nal. ■• ■
WANTED—'BY YOUNG AMERICAN WlD
ow, place to attend furnished rooms by the
hour, or will take charge of rooming-house;
best of reference. Address 4620, Journal.
| SITUATION WANTED— BY GERMAN GIRL
ito do general • housework or second work.
Call at 1043 17th ay SE. \
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter, six years' experience, desires per
manent position; references. Address 4616,
Journal.
COMPETENT . STENOGRAPHER WOULD
like position, preferably for afternoons. Ad
dress 4619, Journal.
WANTED, BY EXPERIENCED . AMERICAN
lady, light office work or I housekeeping In
small family; references given. 4700 Journal.
! GERMAN GIRL WANTS PLACE "FOJTGEN
• eral housework in small family. Call or ad
, dress 3649 Park ay.
1 53 STORAGE,
| THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET
! New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
I THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO
: has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods: packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
; 8d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
; FIREPROOF STORAGErNew,~CIean Roomi
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062 J.
I CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE^
| Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
i best facilities; largest and finest transfer
■ Tans. Office, 200 Nic. Tel 1208: res, tel. 2234-L.
|5g STORM SASH, ETC.
| THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NICOLLET
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
r ~~~ ~~ STORM SASH. ~
WE HAVE THEM, ALL STYLES AND SIZES
NORTHWESTERN SASH & DOOR CO.
113 Ist ay N. Phone, Main 1426 Jl.
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. ■
BOOKS, ALL KINDS, "BOUGHT~AND~SOLD'.
Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
made up for Pacific coast points, making a
big savin; in freight; parties moving to the
coast should not fail >to consult us. The
1 Boyd Transfer Co., 44.84: st 8.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
Continued.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from th»
Town Market, 25-2 V Bth at S. Tel. 1998.
SMALL. LOTS OF BOOKS OR WHOLE Li
braries D-urohaaed for cash. 805 Ist ay S.
WANTED—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR ALL
coast points. We save you one-half on
freight. Twin City Van and Storage Co., tVs
4th st N.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for second-hand
furniture, stoves, etc; will call. 4434, Journal.
WANTED—ROLL-TO-P DESK, LETTIR
file and safe; must be in good condition.
Flour City B. 81. Co.
WANTED — SECOND-HAND OAS FlX
tures; must be in good ahapa. Address 4072,
Journal.
WANTED^SEOOND-HAND CHBRRY ROLL
top desk, cherry typewriter, drop-top deak,
email safe; must b« in good condition. North
western Agriculturist, 1235 Guaranty building.
WANTED—BOILER, HORIZONTAL TUBU~
lar; 30-inch shell; about five feet long; state
full description, price and where can be seen.
4674 Journal.
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND MOOLLETT
Nt?w Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
59 WOOD AND COAL
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NIOOLLHT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hate for $2.
♦!• If you want the best coal in the city <«
♦> buy from the American Fuel Co Their <•
j •> coal lasts longer, makes hottest lire <»
| £♦ and leaves no clinkers. They sell all *
•> kinds of wood, cheap. Office, 78 7th A
•> st S. Phone 1312 Main. A
1,000 CORDS"DRY MAPLE^WOOD7Se.26 DE
livered. Twin City Tel., 2023. F. E. Larn
mers, 704 Lumber Exchange.
MAPLE, $6.60; YELLOW~BIRCH, $6.86; OAK,
$0.75; tamarack, $4.75; best quality; prompt
delivery. Coal, all the best grades. Brad«n
Fuel and Transfer Co.
Offices, 1535 E Lake st. Tel. South 60»-J2.
237 Hennepin ay. Tel Main 2076-Ll.
60 WANTED TO RENT
THE PLYMOUTH. SIXTH AND NICOLLET.
. New Soft and Derby (3 Hata for $2.
8 HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? Q
O. I make a specialty of renting and £j
0, taking care of all kinds of property, £
0 managing estates, etc. I can save you £
Q money. Walter L. Badger, 817 New C
$ York Life building. C
WANTED—'BY MAN AND WIFE, THREE
or four furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing; prefer steam heat and gas range. •4615,
Journal. "
Ql WANTED— REAL ESTATE
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for $2.
WANTED— CHE! ~ LOTS FOR SPOT
cash, one to three, at Lake Harriet or Cal
houn; must be bargain. 4693. Journal.
63 MINES AND MUSING
THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NIOOLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hate for fa.
"JERICHO"
la a gold mine in Shoshone county, Idaho.
1800,000 ore in eight. ■ Machinery and mill
being installed.
A limited amount of etock at SO cents a
share. $100 of etook, $20; (1,000 of stock.
$200. Send for Prospectus.
CHAS. F. POTTER A CO.,
Investment Brokers, 13 7th st S. '
■ ■ Minneapolis, Minn.
COPPER, GOLD, SILVER, OIL COMBINE.
TWO OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFITS
IN ONE RISK.
GIANT LEDGE GOLD AND COPPER
COMPANY AND ESPANOLA OIL COMPANY
GOLD LEDGE.
$1 SHARES, 15 CENTS, vita bonus of one
share. , „')/«
E3PAXOLA OIL
at 6 cents.
TWO CHANCES IN ONTO RISK.
Send for maps and prospectuses.
OHAS. F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers, 13 7th at 8.
WANTBD— 8 HARES
Copper Crown of Arizona stock, £5 cents •
share. We will trade oil stocks, gold stocks,
worth 25 cents a share, for 600,000 shares
Copper Crown of Arizona stock.
CHAS. F. POTTER ft CO.,
Investment Brokers, 13 7th at fl,
65~~~~ "~ MOVING
THE PLYMOUTH, SIXTH AND NIOOUUBT.
New Soft and Darby $3 Hate for $3.
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MAOHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
! stored or packed for shipment by expert
I packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 8d
{st 3. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THB M. P. D. delivers packages In the ofty.
10c; St Paul, 16c. 15 7th st S. Tel. I*2B-1.
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
THE PLYMOUTH— AND NIOOLLBT.
New Soft and Derby $3 Hats for (1.
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKINO
Machinery— stock in the northwest
Northern Machinery Co.. 21T So. 3d St. h>3»
gg™ PENSIONS
THE^LYMO^mi^HTirAND^TJICOIZB^
New Soft and Derby $3 Hate for $2.
' R. B. HOSTETLBR.
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 307, Boston block. Minneapolis. Minn.
j 73^HEAmLCA^jCOSTJ2gES^
j THE PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NICOLLBT.
i New Soft and Derby $3 Hate for M-
■ SMITH COSTUME CO., THEATRICAL EM-
I porlum; costumera to the twin cities and the
whole northwest; 25 costumes rental, |I 6;
write for catalogue. 80-82 Tth at 8.
74 FURRIERS
THB PLYMOUTH—SIXTH AND NIOOLLBT
New Soft and Derby $3 Hate tor 12.
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, band
some, durable and moderate la price. Call and
see them. Also several good buffaloes.' Fur
work In all branches. Tel 5729-J3 Main.
Twin City, 1836. ;. •
DO YOU WANT A NEW FUR COAT? YOUR
eld one repaired or relic ed? See Zekman,
furrier. 106 Hennepln. opposite city hall. :
FUR TANNER—FURS DRESSED IN FIRST
cl&*a order. H. M. Taubert. 625 Bryant ay N.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS^
rn^fi^Yyioxym^sxxTH^JSiD^icoiJ^p.
New Soft and Derby $8 Hate for 12. ■ ,■: ;
"~ 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 Nlcollat ay. Mlnne&oolin. ■
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