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SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 30. 190 L
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10 and 11
. —-— _<
FOR RENT
Continued.
WE SELL PROPERTY PLACED UNDER
our care and collect rents promptly. Nickels
_ Smith, 311 Nicollet ay.
FIRE INSURANCE "WRITTEN IN GOOD
companies. Title Ins. & Trust Co. Oneida blk.
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
NICE SUNNY HOUSE TO RENT. FUR
nlshed, for the winter; 8 rooms and bath, fur
nace heat, etc. Inquire at 1016 2d ay S.
SEVEN NICELY" FURNISHED ROOMST
thoroughly modern, for housekeeping; call
29<'0 Portland ay. References required.
FOR "FURNISHED""HOUSE." SEVEN
rooms, 16th ay SE, between sth and 6th sts;
$15 per month. Address 5287. Journal.
SOME FINE ONTO FROM $20 TO $125- IF
you want anything of the kind, call on me.
H. E. Ladd. Andrus building.
23 FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE "FOR RENT" OR. "FURNISHED
Room" cards fbr those advertising under this
head. Be sure and call for them when leav
ing the ad.
OUR BUSINESS IS 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,
50- Northwestern building. Telephone Main
5312-Jl.
FOR RENT-GOOD SIZED NICELY" FUR
nished room; easy walking distance; $8 for
one. $10 for two. 218 3d ay SE.
NEAT. WELL-KEPT ROOM; MODERN,
steam-heated flat; very reasonable to yohng
lady or gentleman employed; references. 523
9th_st S. first floor.
NEWLY FURNISHED HO ROUGH"
I. modern; special accommodations for tran
sients; prices reasonable. Mondamin Euro
pean Hotel, 327 Henn. Mrs. I. Fletcher, prop.
A SUITE OF TWO FINE, WELL FUR
nished rooms in private family; bath and
steam heat; gentlemen preferred. 135 E
Grant st. r ....
A NICELY FURNISHED, HOMELIKE
single or double room, ia private family; near
public library; heat, gas and bath; gentlemen
only. 1317 Hennepin ay.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
modern. 107 Spruce place.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
No. 212 sth st N.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, STEAM HEAT
and gas. 503',. Hennepin ay, flat 32.
NEWLY FURNISHEDROOMS, SINGLE OR
m suite, second floor, 226 Central ay; strictly
modern. Telephone Main 1331.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM IN STRICTLY'
modern outside ground floor flat, one block
north of public library. 1018 Hawthorn ay.
SMALL FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, FUR- ,
nace heat, bath, hot and cold water, etc., $4
I>er month. 815 sth st S. ;
24 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
FOUR, UPSTAIRS; FRONT AND BACK EN
trance. 613 sth st N. $8.
Three front, downstairs; choice location.
910 sth >v S. $6.
FOR RENT—TWO PLEASANT UNFUR
nished rooms for light housekeeping; modern '
house; heat furnished. 2733 Dupont ay S.
ONE FURNISHED" AND THREE UNFURL :
nished rooms for rent; modern; separate or
together; 700 Vlneland place, foot of Lowry
Hill. Call evenings. ■
FOR RENT—LARGE ALCOVE ROOM. UN
furnished, in modern house; private family;
walking distance. 1711 Nicollet ay.
25 UNFURNISHED FLATS
NEW FLATS, SIX ROOMS, 1349-51 NICOL
let, $40. Also one at $27.50. W. W. Clark.
£13 Nicollet.
FOR RENT— SEVEN-ROOM FLAT, ON
first floor of the Kenilworth, 117 E 15th st;
hardwood floors, steam heat, all conveniences;
very desirable; $35. L. L. Dodge, 801 Globe
building.
THOROUGHLY MODERN NEW FLATS IN
the Kenesaw; four and seven rooms; must be
teen to be appreciated. Brown, 510 New York
Life.
SIX ROOMS, ON GROUND FLOOR, COR
ner of Lake and Lyndale; sewer, water and
gas; $12 month. Fitzgerald. 3018 Aldrich ay S.
NO HOUSEKEEPER NEED HAVE ROACH
es in her house if she doesn't want them.
"Kill-em-all" powder cleans them out; 50c
per box at grocers' and druggists'; convincing
testimonials on each box.
FOUR-ROOM FLAT, FIRST FLOOR, 1601
Hawthorn ay, modern; $17 per month; also
four-room flat, 1503 Hawthorn ay, first floor, '
$10 per month; also 10-room tenement, mod
ern, 1505 Hawthorn ay, $30 per month. S. A i
Reed, 20S Century building.
FIVE-ROOM. STEAM HEATED, MODERN
flat, every convenience, $28. See janitor, 527
5t ay SE.
MODERN EIGHT-ROOM FLATS, $25 AND
$30, Dec. 1 or 15; one block SUi ay cars; very
pleasant. 1523 9th ay S, flat 2.
R. D. CONE & CO., 517 GUARANTY' BLDG.
First-floor flat, 806 4th st SE, 7 rooms,
every convenience and comfort $40.00
Flat, 5. rooms, modern but heat, hard
floors, new ingrain papers, 1118 11th
ay N. only 13.W
4TH AY S NEAR FRANKLIN, TWO FLATS
of three rooms each, $6 and $8 per month;
can be used as one flat: sewer, water and
g.ts. W. H. Gould, 406 Boston block.
FOR RENT—FLAT OF SIX ROOMS WITH
bathroom, $10, or three rooms, $6. Converse,
600 .th ay N.
FOR RENT—FLAT NO. 5 IN THE OSGOOD,
622-428 Bth ay S; all modern, steam heated, i
six rooms and bath; in excellent condition; j
janitor service; easy walking distance and \
near car line. Inquire of present occupant or
City Realty Co., 205 Boston block.
27 OFFICES
OFFICES—STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet Inquire
room 12.
OFFICES—LARGE, SECOND FLOOR. 424
Nicollet ay.
V KASOTA BLOCK. HENNEPIN AY 0
Q and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam Q j
Q heated; first-class service. Walter L. ft
<0; Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New Q
£> York Life building. <_
C^XX^OOpOO^OX^^OSO^XXi
HALF OF GROUND FLOOR OFFICE WITH
i m of telephone, new Tribune building; cheap
lent Address 5787.- Journal.
deskroom; ' '
We have good deskroom for rent, with a
large window for signs in one of the best
offices on Nicollet ay. Fine location for life ,
insurance agent, broker or manufacturing i
agent. Address 6727, Journal.
For Rent—A private office in Lumber Ex
change. Inquire at 435 Lumber Exchange.
23 STORES
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDG.
STORE— NICOLLET AY, GOOD LOCA
tion; see me about it. H. E. Ladd, Andrus
building.
~~ FOR RENT. -
STORES AND WAREHOUSES FOR WHOLE
SALE BUSINESS, and UPPER FLOOR FOR
MANUFACTURING AND STORAGE.
I have several desirable buildings and parts
of buildings in central location that can be
rented entire or divided to suit tenant
I also have several pieces of choice vacant
property, centrally located, that I will lease
for long term or improve for good tenant.
W. IH. PERROTT, 511 N. Y. LIFE BLDG.
116 2D AY N, SMALL STORE, $10. '
_____ ..PERROTT, 511 N. Y. LIFE BLDG.
512 -IMS E FRANKLIN AY. STORE AND
living-rooms; good location for any business;
city water, gas, first-class condition.
$14-1121 3d ay S.
We also have for rent a very desirable loca
tion for manufacturing plant; first floor and
basement of solid brick building in rear of 67
W Island ay (Nicollet island); trackage faclll
ties. City Realty Co., 205 Boston block.
QQ MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—LARGE BARN. 1605 3D AY S.
BARN. CEIIED, CITY WATER; COULD
acccmiuodatt: four 1 orses; rent V.O. Re..'- of
1711 3d ay S. Owner 802 Anirus ruild'ng.
FOR RENT! .
Part of the second and all of the third floor
of the Windom-Lorlng building on Washing
ton and 2d ays S; suitable for manufacturing
or jobbing; about 11,000 square feet of floor
space; will rent all or part.
MOORE BROS. & SAWYER
311 Nicollet ay. _^
31 HELP WAIT TED—MALE
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS,
$1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS' ASSOCIA
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
______d e_L_?____,'-__ l _a _________
BOYS WANTED—APPLY AT A. D. T. OF
fice. - r - • - • '
CARD sign painting instructions given at
school or by mail. McDermott, 326 Nicollet.
ATONIC, JUVENALIS HAIR FOOD, restores
natural color; prevents gray ness; 50c. Voegeli.
YOUNG MAN. FOR THOROUGH PR-JPARaI
tion . for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
WANTED—ONE-HALF" DOZEN COREMAK~
ers skilled in agricultural work; flrst-claas
wn_.s. Apply Moline Plow Co., Moline, 111. '
31 HELP WANTED--MALE
Continued.
WANT MEN AND WOMEN; WORK AT
home; no canvassing or delay; work sent
promptly. Imperial Supply Co. (M), Phila
delphia.
LIFE OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY BY
Murat Halstead; also by Colonel Townsend;
published in English, Swedish, Norwegian and
German; a stock of books carried in Minne
apolis, so you can get them without trouble.
Creore & Nickerson Home Furnishing Co.. 221
Nicollet ay, Minneapolis. ■
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Mlu
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINED, 50c; SILK
velvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned and
pressed, $1; pants recut, 75c up. At Anthony
the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N.
BARBER WANTED-^. GOOD SOBER BAR
ber, wages $10 per week; also half over $20;
colored man preferred. R. E. Anderson,
Marshall, Lyon county, Minn.
WANTED—A TRAVELING FRUIT AND
grocery salesman. Apply promptly, with ref
erences, to box 1167, Crookston, Minn.
WANTED—A MEAT CUTTER AND SHOP
man; must be sober and steady; able to
take charge of a good meat business; man of
40 years old. Charles F. Coyelow, Devils
Lake, N. D.
CIRCULAR AND SAMPLE DISTRIBUTORS'
$5 per 1.000; pay advanced; permanent; ex
perience unnecessary. Globe Distributing Co.,
63 W 24th st. New York city.
THREE REPRESENTATIVE SALESMEN
at once; give references and state your ex- I
perience. Address 5626, Journal.
TWO EXPERIENCED SALESMEN TO !
work ln twin cities or on the road. Call 45 '
4th st S, third floor from. Inquire for H. E. j
Ployer. .
_____
BLACKSMITH WANTED FOR PARTNER.
Call at 26 W Lake st.
PRINTER WANTED—MUST BE GOOD AD
and job man and understand presses, steady
Job to right man. Non-union man wanted.
Address L. D. McGahan, Bismarck, N. D.
DAY AND EVENING" classes at the Eclectic
Business College, 4% Wash, ay S, Minneapolis.
Graduates assisted ln securing positions.
WANTED— ALES MAN" SELL Lu
bricating oils and greases on salary or com- I
mission. Excellent side line. The A. G. Har
baugh Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
TRAVELING SALESMAN TO
the wholesale and retail trade only; salary, '
$1,200 and expenses. The National, 317 Cax- j
ton building, Chicago.
MECHANICS QUALIFIED FOR ADVANCE
ment. Our free booklet "Are Your Hands
Tied?" tells how thousands have doubled or j
largely increased their earning capacity j
through our spare time instruction by mail. !
Write to the International Correspondence j
Schools. Box 1663, Scranton, Pa., or call day
or evening, Minneapolis office, Guaranty Loan
Building.
SALESMEN TO SELL OUR GOODS
general stores, clothiers, druggists and gro- '
cers; fine side lines; big profits; catalogue !
free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend,
Ind. ,
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSl
tlons—9,Bß9 appointments made last year.
Probably 10,000 this year. Only common school
education required for examination. Cata
logue of information free. Columbian Corre
spondence College. Washington, D. C.
ENERGETIC SALESMAN; SCHOOL SUP
plies; country work; $100 salary and commis
sions. R. O. Evans & Co., Chicago, 111.
WANTED— STEAMFITTER'S HELP
er. Apply 1008 Nicollet.
$20 WEEKLY EASILY EARNED DISTRIB
uting circulars, samples, tacking signs, bill
posting. Send for particulars. Commercial
Advertising Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED — TRAVELING SALESMEN TO
open new territory west of Mississippi and
south of Ohio river, including Wisconsin and
Illinois, for well-established concern. Only
hustling salesmen of ability, furnishing ref
erences, need apply. Box 414, Detroit, Mich.
SALESMAN—CAPABLE OF EARNING $4,000
a year. Prefer one experienced handling
specialties on salary or commission. Stand- |
ard line to general merchants; new, excep- !
tional proposition. Our salesmen averaged ;
six sales each last week; commission on each j
sale, $35. Box 576, Minneapolis, Minn.
EVERYWHERE, EITHER SEX; ]
Zarema diamonds; experts puzzled to detect j
from genuine; liberal commission; catalogue;
sample (ring or stud) free on application. j
Zarema Diamond Co., 113 Adams st, Chicago, j
QUICK MONEY FOR MEN WITH SMALL I
capital. No experience required; worth $5,000 j
yearly; particulars free; answer quick. Fyro
zone Co., 39 Star building, Chicago. _
GOVERNMENT THOUSANDS
Of appointments to be made. Examinations I
soon in every state. Circular 143, giving full
particulars, sent free. Write for it to-day to i
National Correspondence Institute, Washing
ton, D. 0_ _ _ _ _ _
WANTED—FIVE CUTTERS ON LADIES' :
and men's fine shoes.: Sharood & Crooks,
corner 4th and Broadway, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—SALESMEN IN EVERY TOWN j
ln Minnesota, South and North Dakota.Wash-
Ington, Montana. Idaho, to work for us on
large commission; the staplest article ever
put on market; exclusive territory; this is a .
pleasant and permanent position; $5 a day '
easily made. Thomas Cunningham Co., 2015 ,
4th; ay S, Minneapolis. . ; j
WANTED." EVERYWHERE, HUSTLERS TO
tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; |
no canvassing; good pay. Sun Advertising j
Bureau, Chicago. !
SALESMEN CAN MAKE BIG INCOME; 15 I
years In connection with any other line with
out risk or cash investment. Hull, 154 E 23d
st. New York City. i
I WANTED—THOROUGHLY RELIABLE AND '
! competent man for stenographer and teller .
I in country bank; Scandinavian preferred. Ad- .
dress First National Bank, Minnewaukon, I
N. D. _ |
SAMPLE DISTRIBUTERS, $5 PER _',000; LA- j
dies or gentlemen; inclose self-addressed en- j
velop and references. Specific Drug Co., 16 I
Court st, Brooklyn, N. Y. j
AGENTS WANTED, EVERYWHERE TO !
sell stock in first-class Ohio oil company,
owning 76 wells, now paying dividends of 2 i
per cent a month from guaranteed sale of
output to Standard Oil Co. Absolute proof of
production and sale furnished; write at "nee
| for particulars. James S. Garvin, 95 Liberty
i st. New York.
WANTED—TRUSTWORTHY PERSONS OF
either sex to do office work at home; no can
vassing. Many make $10 to $15 weekly.
Particulars, etc., 2c stamp. A. T. Little.
Falrport, N. Y. '
$10 WEEKLY; MALE OR FEMALE, COPY-
Ing letters at home. Send two stamps with
application. People's Supply House, Chi
cago
j WANTED—EVERYBODY TO JOIN OUR
i correspondence force and earn $5 to $10 at
home evenings. Inclose stamp for particu
lars to Evanston Copying Co., 21 Quincy st,
Chicago, 111. ■ .
MEN TO WORK IN SHIPPING DEPART
ment. Barnard-Cope Mfg. Co.. 4th st and !
2d ay NE. .
WANTED—SHOEMAKERS FOR HAND- \
sewed work; steady work, good wages. H. J.
j Putnam & Co.. 26 Hennepin ay.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED STENOGRA
pher and bookkeeper; must have good refer
ences and write good longhand; permanent
position. H. F. Chaffee. Amenia, N. P.
IF YOU HAVE EPILEPTIC FITS, YOU
need a cure. Bear In mind that you can get
It by corresponding with 9478, Journal.
-RENT—BARN-SUITABLE FOR~CAR~ !
penter or paint shop or paper hanger; will
take work in exchange ; for rent. 117_ 6th ,
st S.
WANTED, AT ONCE, FlßST
class picture frame joiner. 5880. Journal.
BLACKSMITH— WOODS. ALSO A
blacksmith and woodworker (combined). Na
tional Employment Co., 200 Nicollet ay.
SIX NON-UNION STONEMASONS, MONd
ay morning, at corner 9th ay S and 19th st.
Or 1920 15th av ■_, Sunday.
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Mln
nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.
WANTED—SEWING GIRLS CAN EARN
from $5 to $8 a week sewing on power sewing
machines; steady work all the year. • Sterling
Mfg. Co., corner sth ay N and 3d st, second
floor.
YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN, AT ONCE, TO
work for tuition while attending Minn. Nor
mal School and Business College, 525 7th st S.
YOUNG'WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH PREP
aratlon for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college. Lake st, corner Stevens. •
WANTED—A COMPETENT COOK"
1811 Vine place.
LADIES" HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25c. I
A CLEAR SKIN" CAN" BE CULTIVATED :
plainest faces grow lovely using Satin-Skin
. Cream and Powder. 25c. '
YOUNG LADIES '^WANTED—ANY Dis
tance; copy letters, home evenings, and re
turn to us. 'We pay $8 per thousand. Send
addressed envelop, particulars and copy. F. '
M. C, Dept 227. Box 1411, Philadelphia. '■
WANTED— LADY, AMATEUR "pi- ;
anist, for accompanying , only. Located In
South Minneapolis preferred. Address 5710,
Journal. <> • _; > ;• ■ : • ■ . ■•
WANTED—COMPETENT _ GIRL" FOR GEN
eral housework; German preferred. Apply at
2107 Colfax ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work In small family of adults. Laurel.
COMPETENT " GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework;', none other need apply. 1324
__Harmon .lace. .... . . ._,
'". .■-■ ■ ;■■'-• '-'■:'-'.. _ .. . '
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
■':.';•'"-';C'.' . Continued. ',V.._
WANTED—GIRL TO FINISH SHIRTS AND
turn collars. Elite Laundry, 1906 Washington
ay N.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL~HOUSE
work; call at once. 1427 University ay SE.
LADIES, SOMETHING NEW, ' MAKING
sofa pillows at home; $7 to $12 weekly; ma
terials furnished; no canvassing; experience
unnecessary; steady employment; send
stamped addressed envelop. Household Mfg.
Co., Erie st, Chicago. - ■ .
AN INCOME-OF $15 WEEKLY CAN BE
earned In spare time or evening by any per
son able to write, to do copying at home.
Inclose stamp. The National Supply Co.,
box 2424, St. Paul, Minn. _
WANTED—A GOOD DINING-ROOM GIRL,
at 508 2d ay S. ' :
WANTED—NURSEMAID; A WOMAN WHO
has had experience in the care of children
and can sew well; references required. 2218
Ist ay S. .
WANTED—AT ONCE, A MIDDLE-AGED
lady to take care of baby. Q A good home.
Call at 1317 2d st S. ,
LADIES, DO NEEDLEWORK ' FOR-US~AT
home; we furnish materials and pay $7 to $10
per week; no canvassing; send stamped en
velop to Standard Co., Indiana.ay, Chicago.
WANTED—AT ONCE. GIRL"FOR GENERAL
house work; comfortable home for the win
ter. 319 4th ay NE._Flat_l. ___
COMPETENT GIRL TO DO SEC
ond work. 2302 Ist ay S.
CO M PETENT GIRL WANTED FOR GEN
eral housework; no other need apply; good
wages. Call 3335 Portland ay.
LADIES WANTED TO WORK ON SOFA
pillows; materials furnished; steady work
guaranteed; experience unnecessary; send
stamped envelop to Miss McGee, Needlework
Dept., Ideal Co., Chicago.
LADY TO TRAVEL AND COLLECT INMlN
nesota for manufacturer; salary $50 monthly
to begin; send reference and addressed en
velop at once^c Treasurer, 702 Star building,
Chicago.
GIRLI' WANTED—AT 927 E 14TH ST; SMALL
family; good home. Cal at once.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; three in family; house small and
convenient. Inquire 1776 Dupont ay S.
WANTED—BY A FIRST-CLASS MUSIC
teacher, a young lady to do housework and
take part pay in music lessons, either vocal
or instrumental, or both. A fine chance to
study music. Address 5766, Journal.
IF YOU HAVE EPILEPTIC FITS, YOU
need a cure. Bear in mind that you can get
It by corresponding with 9478, Journal.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 3045 j
2d ay S. . :_
WANTED— TO WORK ON MANGLE; j
experience not necessary. White Steam Laun
dry, 925 Washington ay S. ___________
NORTHWESTERN . • DRESS CUTTING
School pays $1.50 to dressmakers and $1 to ap
prentices while learning the art of dress
making and fancy tailoring; Mme. Bu Chane,
the proprietress, has for 25 years been con
nected with the best houses of New York
and Chicago is cutter, designer and teacher.
There is no school ln the twin cities where
such a thorough course in dressmaking can be
obtained at any price. We guarantee anyone
taking a course in our school a situation as :
cutter, forelady or in families at from $1 to
$5 per day. The knowledge of this system ,
prepares you to accept position in best estab- j
lishments at good salary. Our system Is easy !
to learn, rapid to use and accurate in fitting !
all forms; will improve any form, being based
on scientific rules. Write or call on Mme. Bu
Chane, 728 Hennepin, Minneapolis.
WANTED—FOR INSURANCE OFFICE, A
lady stenographer and typewriter. • Address
in writing, stating experience and salary ex
pected. 5888, Journal. - ■ -
33^RSES7CA^IAGES^SALE^
SPECIAL SALE OF
$I.so—Horse Blankets—sl.so.
American Tent and Awning Co.,
12a Ist ay N. '
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- I
ging horses ever brought Into the northwest j
can be seen at their stables.
A NO. 1 PAIR OF 1,500-LB HORSES FOR j
sale; can be seen at corner of Perm and 44th i
ays N. ■ ________
JUST RECEIVED—A FRESH CONSIGN
ment of heavy draft horses for the woods.
Frost & Co., 12 2d st N.
BROWN & DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly ou j
hand all classes of horses. Logging horses \
a specialty, and driving horses. If you want j
a horse of any kind, give us a call. :
WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST |
S; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs, :
robes, blankets, etc., bought, sold. Largest '
line in city constantly on hand. Telephone, j
Main_27o2 J3. ■ I
FOR SALE—GOOD MARE, W rEIGHT 1,100 J
lbs; suitable, for family horse or delivery. '
Apply 2437_16th ay S._ __ ■ .
$25 BUYS A GOOD RELIABLE FAMILY j
horse, weight 1,000 lbs; not afraid of any- I
thing. F. D. Rose, 2425 Dupont ay S-_ I
A DRAFT HORSE TO LET FOR HIS KEEP- i
Ing for the winter. Address 5748, Journal.
FO R SALE—YOU NCI TEA M OF* H EAVY
horses. J Also harnesses and wagon. Will
sell separate. Address 810 21st_av S.
A GENTLE~YOUNG DRIVING HORSE FOR
his keep to good party. Call Sunday, 3110
Fremont ay S. I
FOURTH AY. LIVERY CO. HAS MOVED TO
Yoeman's old stand, 616 E 17th st. Tele
phones the same as heretofore. : j
A GOOD OLD WORK HORSE FOR SALE ;
cheap or trade for buggy. 2900 26th ay S.
LUMBERMEN, ATTENTION— RE
celved at M. D. Wilson's stable, 18 Royalston.;
ay, a carload of heavy horses, 1,700 to 1,900.
Must be sold regardless of cost.
$45 TAKES 900-POUND-HORSE, 7 YEARS
old; sound and good traveler. Call at 3417
Bryant ay N. " ■
FOR SALE—GOOD, SOUND WORK TEAM,
7 and 9 years old; weight 3,000 pounds. Call
before 2, Sunday or Monday. 3043 Grand ay.
$45-BUYS-GOOD HORSE~WEIGHT-'17200.
Call at 1901 Hawthorn ay. .
FOR SALE—SNAP; STEEL-TIRE" RUNA-'
bout; new last spring; latest style harness
and street blanket. $40. 1811 Laurel ay.
34 HORSES,CARRIAGES—
HORSES BOARDED FOR THE WINTER.
Warm barns; good care; running water; low
rates. Hammond, 240 Temple Court.
WANTED—A PONY CART AND HARNESS
for Shetland pony; must be cheap; state price
and where can be seen. 5668, Journal.
HORSES BOARDED-. BEST OF CARE,
low prices. Wood Lake stock farm, 2 _ miles
south of city, Lyndale ay. J. B. Irwin,
Richfield, Minn. _ .
WANT GOOD SOUND HORSE, ABOUT 1,200
weight; will give order for a high-grade
wheel as part payment. Address 6736, Jour
nal.
ANTED—FIRST-CLASS GENERAL PUR~
pose horse, weight about 1,200; must be young j
and sound and a good looker; give full par- j
ticulars for answer; no jockey wanted. 5786, j
Journal. • • - ■ : _^^
35 INSTRUCTION "
SPANISH INSTRUCTION by native teacher. j
Terms reasonable. Address 4224, Journal. .
ARE YOU GOING TO EUROPE. " |
Write for lowest rates to or from any point
in Europe to C. F. Wenham, general agent, I
Beaver line, 302 Nicollet ay, Minneapolis. - i
PRIVATE OR CLASS INSTRUCTION IN
dancing; modern, scientific, rapid, up-to-date '
methods used; success guaranteed; class cv- !
cry Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.; informal dan- '
cinq 8:30, orchestra music. Telephone 771 J2 S.
Baker's Dancing School.
LESSONS GIVEN- IN FLEMISH FIRE
etching. Material to work on and outfits
for sale. Miss Whedon, 816 Nicollet.
3g LOANS AND CHATTELS
LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY A3 APPLI
CATION ON " FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORS_S, 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 I
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 un
til 5 p. m. '" ■ --
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. . ,r':--. 7';. '• v ,■ :
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 deserve it. • - ■ ■>
STRICTLY confidential; no publicity; call on
the old home company; established more
than twenty years. Private offices.'
MINNESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
305-306 BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
PAW'NBROKERS—ReIiabIe,' reasonable; con
i fidential. Harris & Goldstein, 239 Ist' ay S..
I RICE LOANS on.all. kinds of personal prop
i erty;.charges.reasonable. "606 Globe blag.
_________.'.• ■--.• ">.-■■' '•■■...Vv
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJKNAL. 1
36 LOANS AND CHATTELS
Continued.
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.
ADAMSON'S LOAN OFFICE; PERSONAL
loans; 526 Boston block. Hours, 8 a. m. to
5 p. m. ' r\c
37 LOST AND FOUND"
LOST—A SCOTCH COLLIE PUP; FRONT
legs, breast and nose white. Return to 622
Nicollet ay and receice suitable reward Na
thanlel McCarthy. ■
LOST—WATCH CHARM WITH CRYSTAL
pendant.* Finder please return to Journal
desk. _ -.
LOST—A POCKETBOOK CONTAINING PA
pers of value only to owner. V. G. McMillan.
LOST—GOLD STICKPIN, SHAPE OF BAT
tle ax; set with three small diamonds. Lib
eral reward for return to 2217 4th ay S.
LOST — POCKETBOOK, THANKSGIVING
afternoon; black, containing money and
teacher's card, with owner's name; on Park
ay, between Lake and 34th, on 34th to Port
land and out Portland. For reward return
to G. E. Young, 530 Temple Court.
______________ _
33_ MUSICAL
ARTISTIC REPAIRING AND 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.
CANCER CURED AT HOME BY INTERNAL
treatment; no knife, plaster or pain. Book
and testimonials mailed free. Cancer Insti
tute. 121 W 42d st. New York. >
OH HO, WEAK MEN, OUR IMPROVED
Vacuum Developer guaranteed cheapest, best
on earth for sexual weakness, stricture,
losses, varicocele, enlarges shrunken organs.
Particulars sealed. The World's Cure Co.,
Denver, Col.
39 MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS, 626 HENNEPIN
ay; • porcelain tubs, massage, cabinet and
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant.
LADIES— REWARD FOR A CASE OF
obstinate, abnormal suppression, any cause,
my monthly regulator falls to relieve. Dr."
Jackson Co., 167 Dearborn st, Chicago.
THE MONARCH CATARRH AND "iTH MA
Dure, Dickson's Invincible Catarrh Salve
and Asthma Cure, 50c, mailed free. Dick
non's Chemical company, St. Paul.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th at S. New book. 25c.
PILES—DR. H. WAITE, 25 YEARS'
eialist, cures every case; write for pamphlet,
mailed free. 1219 Hawthorn ay, Minneapolis.
41 minnetonleu^^perty"
1902—OUR CATALOGUE FOR 1902 OF LAKE
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.
JAEGER & TORELLE, 310 BANK OF COM
merce—lf interested in Lake Minnetonka
property buy now; don't wait until spring;
prices are stiffening and will be sure to rise
In the near future. We carry the largest list
of lake realty and can suit any taste and
purse. . •
42 NOTICE
NOTICE—ALL NEXT PICTURE SALE AT
deep-cut prices. Hay's oil paintings, un
claimed pictures, all must be sold. Newest
patterns mouldings, ovals. Will frame pic
tures cheap to keep busy. Zesbaugh, 11 sth
st S. ■
—_______«______—— _____— ————i—■——
44^----_------S-^
DR. B. SHEPARD, SPECIALIST; DISEASES
of women; office, 407 Nicollet. Telephone,
M 659 J2; residence, South 433 J2. Office hours,
11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dr. B. Shepard.
RUGG, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, WILL BE
pleased to meet his old patrons at 329 Cen
tral ay. Have all negatives back for 20 year's. !
HAIR AND SCALP~REMEDIES^
Dandruff, falling hair or itching and coze- '
matous scalp and growing baldness ceases the
lay their use has begun. Send stamp for !
particulars or 50c for.trial course. O. K. :
Chance, 580. Syndicate Arcade, Minneapolis, !
Minn. . . '■ i
FEMALE DISEASES CURB—I.
Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured j
quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for !
patients. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bid..Minneapolis. I
EXAMINATION FREE |
DANCING CLASSES -^MONDAY'"""'AND
Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing
and ' private by appointment. ' Holcomb's j
Academy, 43 4th st S. _____
A TONIC, JUVENALISHAIR FOOD restores i
natural color, prevents grayness; 50c. Voegeli. • i
T. H. BLY, M_D.. SPECIALIST. IN ALL !
diseases of women; all irregularities. correct- )
ed; private home for women before and dur- j
lug confinement; new book, 25c, all you need j
to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor. !
SHAMPOOING, HAIRDRESSING AND MAN- j
Icurlng. All kinds of hair goods. Miss 01
--sen, West Hotel Hair Store.
PICTURE FRAMING. PICTURE FRAMING. I
Bring your pictures to us and we will Rave j
you half what It would cost you elsewhere. ]
Ohio Picture Frame ,113 Washington ay N. !
Mrs. Charles Lewis, pianist. Engagements
made for dancing parties.' Tel 673-L2 South. !
LOCKWOOD'S GOOD LUCK SALVE—FOR '
your sore feet; all druggists, or sent by mall
on receipt of price, 50c, $1. W. H. Lockwood,
Endlcott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM, CO
caine habit myself cured; will inform of
harmless permanent home cure. Mrs. Bald
win, box 1212. Chicago.
MRS. BENTSON'S DANCING CLASS EVERY
Tuesday evening at A. O. U. W. ball, 15 7th
st S. Private lessons by appointment.
MIDDLE-AGED WIDOWER, TALL, GOOD
looking, kind and sympathetic; nice home;
sadly needs woman's care; has $30,000; would
marry soon. Address Mr. Milton, box 675,
Chicago.
A REFINED APPEARANCE, DELICATE
shade of fascinating beauty, given by Satin-
Skin Powder (flesh, white, brunette). 25c.
DR. WYATT, LOCATED 16 YEARS AT 230
Hennepin ay, has had 30 years of wonderful
success in curing men and women of all sex
ual, kidney, blood and wasting diseases. Visit
him or write bim free and get .lured.
MEN—NO CURE, NO PAY; IF YOU HAVE
small weak organs, lost power or weakening
drains, our Vacuum Organ Developer will re
store you without drugs or electricity; 75,000
used, not one failure. Write for free particu
lars; sent sealed in plain envelop. Local Ap
pliance C_. 619 Thorpe block. Indianapolis,
Ind. N.
IS YOUR HEALTH FAILING? IF SO BUY
an "OXYGENOR," this will keep you In
good health the rest of your life. Send for
particulars. 430 Temple Court, Minneapolis.
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. '
LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "Re
lief for Ladies" in letter by return mail; at
druggists. Chichester Chem. Co.. Phlla.. Pa.
MRS. BOND, 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 S. Office hours, 10
a. m. until Bp. m. Minneapolis. Minn.
VITALITY LOW, DEBILITATED OR
hausted, cured by Dr. Kline's Invigorating
Tonic. Freen $1 trial bottle upon description
of case. • Dr. Kline's Institute, 931 Arch st
Philadelphia. Founded '
PHYSICIAN, IN GOOD WESTERN MINNE
sota town, would turn over good practice to
party buying his real estate. Easy terms.
Call or write. Mr. Robinson, 315 Masonic
Temple/Minneapolis. - j •
ANNA M. GRISWOLD, 417 MEDICAL BLK.
Electrolysis permanently removes superfluous
hair, moles, warts, etc. chiropody, manlcur
ing, face and scalp massage.
40 PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES F.
Williamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent
attorneys and solicitors; main office, No. 929
--935 Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn.; branch office, room 52, McGill build
ing, Washington, D. C. i
REAL ESTATE— SALE
ATI IMPROVED
W. A., BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
ay, issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
Call or send for out New Real Eestate Lists.
GERMS AND SEDIMENT IN CITY WATER
removed by Eclipse Filters. 310 3d ay S.
ABSTRACTS. 10 cts. per number. Hennepin
Co. Abstract Co., Albert Phelps, Courthouse.
DUTCH"COLONIAL" HOUSE, NINE
Just completed, 3208 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. OR INTEREST WHEN THE
Home - Co-operative; Company, , a . copartner
ship, ' will furnish you money to pay off your
mortgage or buy a home in any locality and
give you 16 years and 8 months to pay it back
at $6.35 per month without interest? Inves
tigate our plan.. Beardsley & Heldt, district
managers, 256 Temple Court, Minneapolis, and
303 Chamber of Commerce, St. Paul. .
EDMUND G. WALTON'S BIMONTHLY CAT
alogue of houses for sale is the best in .the
city. Free on application. 300 Hennepin ay.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Continued. ' :,•-•>''«
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE AT BEAU
tiful Robbinsdale Park; pure water, beautiful
lakes, electric ears. ideal homes. A. B.
Robbins, 221 Kasota block.
$3,850-_6x128, NEAR HENNEPIN AND 27TH
st, with a first-class, new house of nine
rooms; strictly modern; hardwood finish, also
floors; surely a bargain. J. B. Tabour, 410
Ist ay S. ■
FOR RELIABLE ABSTRACTS, call ON
the Title Insurance and Trust Co.
$3,400—9-ROOM . house with good barn and
largo lot, 73 _ front by 165 deep, on 7th
. st S, near 12th ay. .
$2,450—1819 I .nn ay N, a large 10-room
house and barn with three full-sized lots
and city water; improvements would
cost $4,500, and then there are the lots I
A sure snap for some one.
$7,500— or less; a fine all modern house
with good barn; inside 20th and Port
land ay; we must sell this house; it is
good and cheap; you had better call.
JANNEY, 103 PHOENIX.
WHY PAY RENT? 143 ALDRICH AY N,
just off Hawthorn, 7-room house, for $1,660;
will take $16.50 per month until paid. Nickels
& Smith. 311 Nicollet' ay.
$I,IOO—SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, NO. 2700 ALD
rlch ay N, newly papered, reshlngled, corner
lot, full basement, sewer, water, gas, all in
street; $100 or more down, balance to suit.
Fitzgerald. 3018 Aldrich ay S.
$I,2SO—IRVING AY, ON THE HILL, OVER
lookiug Lake Calhoun; house, 10 rooms, and
barn and sheds; could not build the house
for $2,000.* Needs paint and some repairs. •
Must sell; bargain for some one. No. 3112
Lyndale ay S.
THORPE BROS.,
ANDRUS BUILDING.
$2,looPartly modern house,' seven rooms.
1417 6th st SE. Easy terms.
$2,ooo—House, 406 W 26th; nine rooms; barn;
» lot 53x149. Easy terms.
$I,4so—House, 2307 Madison st NE; nine
rooms; barn, chicken-house; lot 40x136.
Easy terms. . „
IF YOU "ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD
house, don't fall to call and see me. H. E.
Ladd, Andrus building. - -
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT-CO..
No 111 Fourth St S.
—No. 1629 Queen ay N; 8-room house;
east-front lot, 40x129.
$900—No. 2707 15th ay S; small house and
barn; very large lot, 59x127.
$950—N0. 2429 9th st S; 8-room house, newly
. - • painted and in good condition; rents
for $10 per month; stone walk.
$1,050—N0. 3209 18th ay S; seven-room house.
Lot is 35x122. Trees.
$850— No. 1618 Queen ay N; eight-room house;
lot 40x128. _ Half cash.
VERY DESIRABLE, COMPLETE MODERN
10-room residence, hot water plant, largo
porch and grounds; good barn, and carriage
house; easy walking distance and rents well;
owner non-resident and must sell. For terms
and permission to view premises, call on the
Finance Co. of Minnesota, 620 Temple Court.
$I,2SO—HOUSE, 8 ROOMS, BARN, CITY WA
ter In kitchen. In good' repair. Russell and
Sth ays N; easy terms. Lester, Century bldg.
FOR-SALE—SITBOO,~FINE LARGE
corner Washington ay and 33d ay N, well
cost $375; this is a great bargain and handy :
to the lumber mills. I have other bargains in
houses north Lester, Century building.
FOR SALE—SI,6OO—HOUSE, 6 ROOM'S; CITY !
water and fine location;, on 19th st, near ]
Clinton ay. This is in walking distance and j
a bargain. Lester, Century building. !
3 NO. 2110 ALDRICH AY S IS EASILY ♦_ !
»_ the best bargain in that section of the •_ |
% city, being worth $7,600. The house is % \
$£ entirely modern. The price is only J_ !
*& $5,500. *g
*Js 5- i
♦§ JOHN L. SMITH, & I
«. 110 Temple Court. »_ j
5_ «* I
Nothing surer than
INVESTMENT. Real Estate, when
bought right. Do you
want one paying 10 per cent? A modern house
in eighth ward offered for less than its worth,
and must advance. For. full information,
see J. A. Walters, New York Life building, te*.
$860, CENTRAL AY BUSINESS LOT AT
25th, 46x177; little house; insured for $400;
cheap_at $1,000. Millard, 508 Phoenix.
$850, $250 CASH, BALANCE MONTHLY, A
good 7-room house, 42-foot lot, city water;
stone walk in street; 25th ay NE, near Cen
tral car line and Van Cleve school. Millard,
508 Phoenix. __._
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce.
A GENUINE BARGAIN.
No. 1818 9th st and 904 and 908 19th ay S,
three detached buildings of 10 and 8 rooms,
standing on lot 90x110; rent now at $36 per
month; price $2,800. Very easy terms. • ; j
House of two flats, modern, on Western ay, .<
pleasantly located and renting at $48. Price
only $3,500. "Cash, $1,200, balance monthly
payments. ' ■
IF YOU WANT A HOME ON EASY PAY
ments look at the house I am building be
tween 29th and 30th st. Park ay; each house
eight rooms; all modern. W. J. Blshopp, 609
Bank Commerce building.
11-ROOM STRICTLY ~~ MODERN HOUSE,
Chicago ay and 27th st; a snap; look this up.
Swensen & Langum. 514 Bank of Commerce.
• ••■'. .■•.■..-...• i
• . •■ - YALE REALTY CO., •
• 101 Bank Commerce Building. •
• Do you want a house on. 9th ay S, • '
© Park ay, sth ay, 4th ay, 2d ay, Ist ay, •
• Nicollet, Pillsbury, Pleasant, Grand, • .
• Aldrich, Bryant, Colfax, Dupont, Fre- • j
• mont, Girard, Irving, James, Knox or •
• ""at Kenwood? If so, come in, as some •
• of the above will be sold at a great •
• bargain. Lots at Calhoun and eighth •
• ward below market price. Two im- •
• proved farms near Grand Forks. Two •
• near Minneapolis. Three or four good •
• locations for flats. •
• ■ •
AQ UNIMPROVED
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A VACANT LOT,
send for Edmund G. Walton's printed list
and maps. General office, 300 Hennepin ay.
FOR SALE OR-EXCHANGE^/-""
19th ay S, between 30th and 31st, cheap, for
anything I can use on a farm. E. M. New
comb, rear 21 7th st S.
P LINDEN HILLS. p
8 BOULEVARD Lota, $700 each. 8
p QUEEN AY Lots, $700 each. 8
Q These lots are in Block 3, a part of S
P the old Hotel, property. They are the 8
P best lots ■in Linden Hills and have 8
P never before been offered. Easy terms. 8
Q Also have lots on Upton ay tor $300; 8
8 lie fine; and Second Division lots at Q
Q $160 to $200 each. Call for plat. 8
8 NICKELS & SMITH, Agents. 8
#_-_____. _J Nicollet. ". p
CB3PPCBSOPCB*a3C&_B3^^
DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO..
No 111 Fourth St 8.
$125— a lot, 33x165, on Sth st SE, between
23d and 24th ays; south front.
$260—Fine, high lot, 41x117, on Oakland ay,
between 34th and 35th sts; city water
' and walk. . .-i.-'.Vc ■ : v..-.;..
$I,ooo—Fine, southwest-front, corner lot, on
Fremont ay N and 14th ay; sewer,
water, gas and stone walk.
$150—East-front lot, on Minnehaha ay; size
40x150; $40 cash, balance $10 per month,
without interest.
$75—Fine lot, 40x150, one block from Minne
haha car line; $20 cash, balance $5 per
month. - .
$400—East front corner lot on 16th ay S and
V..-~\ 27th st; stone walks and city water;
size 40x123. ____
FOR SALE—SEVERAL LOTS IN MINNE.
apolis, having a frontage of about 400 feet
on one of the principal railroads; well locat-:
ed; fine chance for elevator, warehouse, lum
ber- yard, j etc. Address 5840, Journal.
640-ACRE FINE IMPROVED STOCK OR
grain farm in Lyon county, Minnesota; good
! buildings, .best of soil; will sell on easy
terms; also fine level section In Kidder coun
j ty. North Dakota; Improved farms all around
, It; will sell at $5 per acre. F. P. Pilcher,
Bank Commerce. -
DUPONT AY N, -30TH,- $3001
Emerson ay N, near 30th, water, sewer,
trees, walk, $325; Fremont ay N, near 30th,
$450 to $500; Girard, near 29th, $325; 100 lots,
$100 up. A. D. Eacjs, 419 Guaranty building.
$3,000, POSSIBLY LESSr 144 Dou
ble corner on 4th st NE, three minutes walk
from Central ay; sewer, city water, stone
walk and curb; splendid chance for a builder;
big demand for small houses or flats; good
terms. Millard, 508 Phoenix. ■
AQ FARM LANDS
FOR SALE— % ACRES, HIGHLY IM
proved stock farm, in Jackson county, Wis
consin, at a bargain; 240 acres in high state
of cultivation; three miles from Stillwater;
160 acres wild land; choice tract; 12 miles
from Minneapolis. Also several thousand
acres of wild land at Clayton, Polk county,
Wis. For maps and full particulars, call
or address John G. Allen, 173 East 3d st, St.
Paul, or G. W. Allen, Hotel Allen, Mpls.
LANDS, FARMS, ACRES, RANCHES,
large and small quantities ot good bargains;
speculators' prices; homes for hundreds. M.
P. Hobart, Phoenix building. .. ■■■-■.;
1 HAVE'ARRANGEMENTS FOR SECURING,
at lowest prices, choice selections of stock
farm lands in the famous Mille Lacs region;
nothing safer for investment with good prof
its. A. T. Ankeny, 502 Globe building.
141-ACRE FARM, FINE HOUSE, GOOD
barn, splendid well, fenced, - nearly all under
plow, ■;*, five miles from Princeton; ■•; located
among best American farmers; : remember,
this property is located in best potato belt in
the northwest: price $2,600; buildings ; alone
are. almost worth • it. M. S. Rutherford,
Princeton, Minn. '
i
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
* ■ Ip^ll^^^^^^^lfpl^
"Wtjto tc, it THAT TS MAKING A RACKET SO EARLY?"
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE
Continued.
REAL SNAP: 220 ACRES OF LAND IN
Brookfleld, Renville county; 170 acres under
plow, balance meadow and pasture; good
house, barn, granary and other buildings;
plenty of water, near town, creamery, church
and school; land selling for $35 to $40 an
acre; will sell for $33 an acre, if taken at
once; terms, $2,300 cash, balance on time.
Call or write to Day-Hawlik Land Co.,
Hutchinson, Minn. .
FOR SALE— IN MILLE LACS, BEN
ton, Aitkin, Morrison, Crow Wing, Beltrami
? n , __ica countles; a bargain; $3.50 an acre
for 1,000 acres in township 42, range 29 Morri
son (county. For particulars address '
E. L. TRASK.
209 Kasota building.
200 ACRES—GOOD FARM, MIXED SOIL;
house, barn good, good well; 70 acres under
cultivation; cut 75 tons of hay; nice stream
through pasture; an excellent stock farm; 4_
miles from Princeton; in center of potato
belt. A lad of 16 cleared $1,100 on his grain
and potatoes this season near by. You can
do better. Price, $3,000. M. S. Rutherford,
Princeton, Minn.
BIG SNAPS—I6I- FARM, JUST OUT
side of town; all fenced; new house; barn:
good well; nice grove of natural timber round
buildings; all but ten acres under cultivation.
Princeton is a stirring business town of 2,000
people; has excellent schools. Potatoes
shipped alone will pass the half-a-milllon
mark this season. This farm affords town
privileges. Pay for the farm only and get
buildings for nothing. Come at once. \M.
S. Rutherford, Princeton, Minn. _
FINE WRIGHT COUNTY" FARM; CANNOT
be beat; fine soil, Mes level, beautiful lake
shore, from SO to 160 acres, as desired; a bar
gain and fine home for some one. W. H.
Gould, 405 Boston block.
LOOK-HERE! ~~~
If you are thinking of buying an improved
farm, or wild land, timber or prairie, located
in the beautiful Lake Park region, i western
Minnesota, then write for our list of special
bargains, and, on receipt of 2-cent stamp,
will forward ill tstrated pamphlet. Lake
Park Land Co., 419 Phoenix.
IMPROVED FARMS IN NORTH (DAKOTA,
grain farms, stock farms and ranches, farms
for general agricultural purposes; any size
and any part of the state; bargains in wild
lands for investors or homeseekers; send par
ticulars of what you want and Information
will be sent. S. F. Sherman, Tower City,
N. D. . . . . - - 'i
$27.50 PER ACRE TAKES IMPROVED FARM
in Freeborn county; $6,000 buys 320 acres,
Grand Forks county; $700 buys 100 acres,
Sargent county. North Dakota; $800 takes '
Improved 160, Campbell county, South Da-.
kota; $1,000 buys solid section in Michigan.
Also have two modern houses in city;' 20
--room hotel, furnished, in lowa. Leaving
city. Write or call on Kenneth Macßae, 412
Phoenix building. I
1,500 ACRES? SUITABLE FOR STOCK
raising; 500 acres good meadow; balance rich
timber land; 135 miles north; few -days only.
Twenty quarters in South Dakota, partly im
proved, $375 to $800. 160-acre stock farm, on
lake, near Shakopee. 40 acres, Dakota coun
ty, for exchange. I. A. Dunsmoor, 616 Phoe
nix. . .
SOUTH QUARTERS IN CAMP
bell, Edmunds, Brown, Miner, Kingsbury
counties, $4 to $19 an acre. North Dakota —
Quarters in Ransom, Dickey, Sargent, Kid- j
dor, Walsh, Stutsman, Steele counties, $4 to
$16 an acre. Minnesota — in Red Lake,
Pott, Wilkin, Marshall, Aitkin counties, $5
to $21 an acre. F. J. Percival, 1006 Guaranty
building. •''
500-ACRES MEADOW AND 1,000 ACRES
good land for stock; log buildings; only $7.50
per acre. Good 160-acre stock farm, on lake,
23 miles from Minneapolis,' at $25. Fine 10
acres, on Lyndale ay, outside city, cheap;
non-resident owner. I. A. Dunsmoor, 616
Phoenix.
600 ACRES RICH CLAY HARDWOOD LAND,
200 acres cleared; all level; 40,000 feet saw
lumber; buildings; on main road; eight miles
to railroad; three miles to railroad now build
ing; snap at $10.
160 acres, 15 acres plowed, some hay mead
ow; good land, comfortable buildings; $1,000.
160 acres, 50 acres field, balance easily
cleared; small buildings; good land; $1,500.
160, 120, 80 acres, unimproved, rich bottom
land; good timber, $5 per acre.
50 other fine farms priced at from $7.50 to
$30 per acre; write just what you want. I
have it. C. W. Somers, 507 Manhattan block,
St. Paul, Minn.
REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
ORANGE GROVE, 14 ACRES. CLEAR OF
incumbrance, near Orlando,. Fla. . Will ex
change for house and lot. Opportunity for.
party wanting to change climate. No. 3112
Lyndale ay S. ■ ■ ■
EXCHANGE — THREE NEW MODERN
houses, best part of city, one or all for good
Minnesota land; also downtown improved
property worth $25,000 for land. F. P. Pilcher,
Bank Commerce.
FOR SALE—OR EXCHANGE FOR ANY
other property, a fine lot in Kenwood, by
owner. Address 5812, Journal.
11-ROOM STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE,
Chicago ay and 27th st; a snap: look this up.
Swensen & Langum, 514 Bank of Commerce.
WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE OF 10
--room house, including upright piano, for
clear land; or sell cheap; leaving city. Ken
neth Macßae, 412 Phoenix building. '
SITUATIONS | WANTED • "
C 1 MALI
YOUNG MAN, 18 YEARS, WANTS WORK
of some kind; would like to learn trade. Ad
dress 6339, Journal. _j
A YOUNG MAN- 'IS ATTENDING
school will do any • kind of work between
school hours for his board. -5619, Journal.
WANTED— YOUNG MAN ATTENDING
college, a place to work for board and room.
Apply to Union City Mission, telephone 379.
A FIRST-CLASS" CAKE AND BREAD BAK
er desires position in good country town.
Address 5740. Journal.
A COLLEGE GRADUATE, AGED 81, AND
wife, desire a position or positions for the
winter at .respectable indoor business; .thor
oughly honorable and capable; . no children;
host references. 5805. Journal.
POSITION WANTED—BY-"EXPERIENCED
business man, 29 years old. Good habits, in
telligent and honest; capable of making
friends for and extending the business of any
concern. Considerable acquaintance through
out the northwest. Can master the details
of any business in short time. Best of refer
ences furnished. Address 5868, Journal.
CO FEMALE '
1 YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES DAY WORK;
i prefer washing, ironing or cooking; call mor
nings. 2017 Clinton ay. .
A WIDOW LADY WITH GIRL 7 YEARS
, old wishes position as housekeeper in re
spectable family; references • given and re
quired. 5631, Journal. • - •
WANTED—POSITION AS CASHIER. REF
erences furnished. Address 5891, Journal.
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
has unequaled facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d st. Telephone, Main 656, both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE—New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO., 106 Ist ay N. Tel. Main 2062-J.
56 storm sash, etc.
c &&ttgt¥tt«- a JSJSSftg d MMM_£_Si c
S '"•' YOUR STORM SASH, WITH ' <-.' _
•_ ' Schroeder celebrated Bash ' '•«
% hanging,- are at the City %
«_ i Sash & Door Company's, 230 t_
D . South 4th st. :. , ' D
.%' :■■■ ; ■' ■"'-.'. M.
Hi ■'• . " -v *
M- -' :.■;*•" :'-' ■•:' .'."'a
*}£ ."'.'■■- ■..., ".. .f- ■■■- .».•« -, Jg
ci(fte»»e^-s'Mai_jai^'D t-j_«-u_-tigt- c
FURS TO EXCHANGE" FOR PAINTINGS",
painted china and art work. Call at 124 W
15th st. ■. - : ■'■■■': ■':■"
STORM SASH, ETC.
Continued.
♦ » ♦>
_» STORM SASH. ♦>
♦*. •>
♦> Send us a list of what you need and <•
»> we will make you an estimate whloh *>
•I* will convince you that our prices are ♦*•
•> right. A
♦> WATERMAN MFG. CO., •*♦
y No. 410 6th st N. Both phones. •>
*. ♦♦.
58 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS |
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we pay
i cash for old gold or make into new Jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market, 25-27 Sth st S. Tel. 1993.
BOOKS, ALL KINDS. BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay.
CAR LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacifio coast points, making a
big saving in freight; parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The Boyd
Transfer Co., 46 3d st S.
SMALL LOTS OF BOOKS OR WHOLE Li
braries purchased for cash. 605 Ist ay S.
CASH PAID FOR PAPER BOOKS. SCHOOL
books and libraries; send postal and we
will call. Minneapolis Book Exchange, 20
Washington ay S.
WANTED—A FUREAU- TRUNK; MUST BE
first-class, cheap for cash. Address particu
lars for one week to 628 10th ay S.
_____________________________
Wanted—Second-hand furniture? stoves, etc.
Pay good prices; will call. 4434, Journal.
WANT TO BUY SOME CHICKENS? PRE.
fer Plymouth Rock pullets. Give particulars
and price. 5825, Journal. ■ - '
59 WOOD AND COAL
♦>♦;. <";»x^K"Hw>w<''^K":"^,; s,>«:« ♦;*►;♦
<♦ If you want the best coal in the city •>
♦> buy from the American Fuel Co. Their ♦>
♦> coal lasts longer, makes hottest fire •*•
i<♦ and leaves no clinkers. They •ell all •>
♦> kinds of wood, cheap. Office %& 7th ♦*•
♦;♦ st S. Phone 1312, Main. *
1,000 CORDS DRY MAPLE WOOD, $6.25 DE
llvered. Twin City Tel., 2023. Northwestern
Tel., Main 3320 J2. F. E. Lammers, 704 Lum
ber Exchange.
MAPLE, $6.50; YELLOW BIRCH, $6.25; OAK~
$5.75; tamarack, $4.75; best quality; prompt
delivery. Coal, all the best grades. Braden
Fuel and Transfer Co.
Offices, 1535 E Lake st. Tel. South 603-J2.
237 Hennepin ay. Tel Main 2076-Li:
60 WANTED TO RENT
ft HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? ft
ft I make a specialty of renting and ft
ft taking care of all kinds of property, ft
ft managing estates, etc. I can save you ft
Q money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New O
ft York Life building. ft
WANTED—OFFICE SPACE, ABOUT 12x18
feet, with heat, light, janitor service and
telpehone privileges, in wholesale district,
.first floor. 5866, Journal.
THE BEST FOUR, FIVE OR SIX-ROOM
modern flat, within walking distance, that $20
to $25 will rent. 5704, Journal.
WANTED—TO RENT PHOTOGRAPH GAL
lery, central location; must have heat and
water included and rent low. 5873, Journal.
61 WANTED— ESTATE
WANTED—LANDS.
I am in the market for lands most any
where in northern Minnesota or Wisconsin.
E. L. TRASK.
209 Kasota building. '
WANTED—FOR CASH, SO TO 120 ACRES,
west or south of cltv limits; must be at fair
valuation. Address Box 130, Minneapolis.
WANTED—FLAT BUILDING; WILL As
sume $20,000 or $30,000; as part payment want
to put in clear property, pays 7 per cent net.
W. J. Bishopp, 609 Bank Commerce building.
63 MINES AND MINING ~
•150,000 SHARES SOLD IN FIVE WEEKS;
price goes to SOc Christmas eve. Six Eagles
Mining Co., Loan and Trust building.-
WANTED—SOO.OOT^SHARES- ~~ ~
Copper Crown of Arizona stock, 25 cents a
share. We will trade oil stocks, gold stocks,
worth 25 cents a share, for 500,000 shares -
Copper Crown of Arizona stock.
CHAS. F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers, 13 7th st S.
GOLD DOLLARS FOR 60 "CENTS? ~
THE DOANE MINE, WYOMING,
Owned by Battle Lake Tunnel Site Mining
company.
40 per cent copper ore in carload lots.
Averaging $2,000 per car lots; shipping now.
To install machinery and open up mine for
output of 200 tons daily, we offer a small
block of
$1 shares at 60 cents.
$1,000 of stock for $600.
$100 of stock for $60.
Send for maps and prospectus.
CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers,
13 7th st S.
Minneapolis, Minn.
N. B. —This is like buying gold dollars for
60 cents. It will be above $1 in 1902.
OUR RAMBLER OF WYOMING,
adjoins the Doane mine. No. 1 tunnel cutting
rich ore at 235 feet; at 350 we should be in a
big ore body. Then $1 shares will go at 25
to 50 cents easy. To crowd development in.
ore, $1 shares yet for 10 cents.
$1,000 of stock for $100.
$100 of stock for $10. . - ;
Get into Wyoming Copper.
Call for last report. *■
CHARLES F. POTTER & CO.,
Investment Brokers,
13 7th st S.
•" Minneapolis, Minn. .
65____^jiayiNG^^^^
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. - Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co., 46 ad
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city,
10c; St. Paul, 15c. .15 7th st S. Tel. 1526-1.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office, 200 Nic. Tel. 1208: res, tel, 2234-L.
gg~ DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE, GOOD, CONFIDENTIAL
work in all cases, civil or criminal. L. H.
Bradshaw, 717 9th ay SE, Minneapolis. •
BAUER'S Detective Agency—Legitimate detec
tlve work only; expert shadowing. 615 Tem.Ct.
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKING
Machinery— stock in the northwest.
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d st, Mpls.
68 PENSIONS
R. B. HOSTHTLER,
PENSION ATTORNEY,
Room 307, Boston block. Minneapolis, Minn.
74 ~~ FURRIERS ,-;■;■'.;.;
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, 1836. . ' : ■ ■?: ■ • f:..'
FUR TANNER—FURS DRESSED IN FlßST
class order. H. M. Taubert, 625 Bryant ay N.
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIPS V
'N'>'",AR_f?_O-~"GO_W^
Write for lowest rates to or from ' any point!
In: Europe to C. F. Wenham, general • agent -
Beaver Line, 305 Nicollet ay. Minneapolis.
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