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New Life To
Jjfeak Men
Wonderful Remedy, that Awakens lormant
Serves, and Sends a Tingling Warmth
To Strengthen and Revive the
Vitality of Youth.
Old Hen Made Young Again. Weak Men Find in It
the Old-Time Strength and Power, and to
Every Man It Brings a Welcome
Return of Buoyant Spirits.
:~f/^ _
The Angel of Mercy—lt Restores Weak lien.
To the men who have tried every known
remedy to revive their waning power or lost
manhood, and have given up in despair, the
message of Dr. A. E. KoLiinsuii. of the State
Medical Institute, the world-famed physician
In the weaknesses and diseases of men, comes
fes a most blessed piomise. To the doctor
no weak man is incurable. With the won
derful treatment that he has discovered, any ;
sexual weakness disappears as if by magic.
The normal functions are restored quickly
and positively. Men who have mourned their
loss of power and manly strength and, after
repeated trials of many remedies and famous
physicians, have abandoned all hope, have,
with this remarkable treatment, been, In a
few short da>s, possessed of a splendid, vig
orous vitality. It gives the power of the
mature man reinforced with all the buoyancy,
spirit and vigorous vitality of youth. The
Immediate effect of the remedy is to send a
rich, tingling flood of warm blood direct to
The paralyzed nerves, awaking them to ac
tive and healthy life It is a home treat-'
Went that has cured so many men who have
lor years battled against the terrible mearaJ
and physical suffering of lost manhood that
the State Medical Institute of which Dr.
Robinson is the dean has decided to distribute '
Sli|>[»«T> Prisoner.
Special to The Journal.
Belle Fofercbe, S. l>.. Dec, IS.—David Du
charme, who has escaped from, the officers
three times in three years, has been rearrest
ed and is In jail awaiting trial for horse
Kttaliuj;,'. After hi.-, third escape Ducharme
left ttie country and was not heard of for
about two years. i ; st summer he was found
in North Dakota and brought To^ck to Belle
Fourt'he, where he spun several months in
Jail; under a special guard uight and day. lit.
was then released ■on a $500 cash bond for
appearance for trial. Toe state's attorney,
from -information he had received and from
the- actions of Ducharme, had reason to be
lieve he did not intend to appear for trial,
Weld & Sons,
We have bo many new goods this year that the best
thing we caii <!o is to call your attention to the fact
ftnei invite you to call and see them.
U you are looking for the beautiful and the artistic
in your present, you can surely find it at our store.
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free trial packages to all men who write.- It j
restores all men who suffer with any form
of sexual weakness, resulting from youthful
folly, premature loss of strength and memory, \
weak back, varicocele, or emaciation of parts; [
and it cures at home, permanently, quickly
and positively. It gives the warmth, strength
and development just where it is needed, and
cures at once and forever all the ilia and
troubles that come of years of misuse of the
•functions, for it has been an absolute suc
cess in all cases. A simple request to the
State Medical Institute, 1267 Elektron build
ing, Ft. Wayne, Ind., will bring you one of ;
these free trial packages, in a plain wrap
per, without any marks to Identify its con
tents or where it comes from. The institute
has had so many inquiries from men who
are unable to leave home or their business j
to be treated that II has perfected this splen
did home treatment and sends it in free trial
packages to all parts of the world to chow
just how easy and simple it is to be cured
at home of any sexual weakness,when this
marvelous new sexual tonic is employed. The
Institute makes no restrictions, and any man j
who writes !s entitled to this trial of a
wonderful remedy absolutely free. Those
who write need have no fear of any publicity,
as the State Medical Institute is an old-es
tablished institution, licensed by the state
for fifty years.
and on motion a bench warrant was issue;!
for his arrest. Ills txwid has been raised to
$i,ooe.
Sioux Falls Boy Will Be There.
Sioux Falls, S. 1)., Dec. 18.—Sioux Falls will
probably be represented at the coronation of
King Edward next June by Lars ilildahl, a
Sioux Falls boy, who disappeared from this
city a few weeks ago. Nothing was known
of njb&t had become of him until a day or two
ago, when his brother received a letter stat
ing he had enlisted in th« 'United States navy.
Me expects to be transferred to- the battleship
Alabama and accompany it when li igoes to
England to- take part in the naval display at
the coronation.
Jewelers
524 Ni co I let Avenue.
SPORTS
UNITE TO OUST ANDY
Spalding and Johnson Combine
Against the New Yorker.
| A BIG BOOM FOR THE GAME
Freed man Not Retarded With Fa
vor, While Confidence in Syald
iiisr In General.
From all appearances A. G. Spalding, of
the National League, and Ban Johnson, of
the American league, have united their
•wits and their influence to drive Andy
Freedman, the Tammany politician out of
baseball. If this can be accomplished the
two will earn the gratitude of all the
baseball "fans" In the country for no man
has done anything like as much as Freed
man to bring the game into disrepute.
Wherever his name is mentioned it la
with condemnation.
It became known Tuesday that a new
club had already been organized in New
York city, ready to do business at once..
The organization was completed last Sun
day, presumably just before Spalding
made the public anouncement that Freed
man would be out of baseball in the near
future. It is said that the new club has
an option on a convenient plot of ground
suitable for ball playing.
During the political squabbling. the fact
has apparently been overlooked that the
New York club has been practically torn
to pieces by the American league. Davis,
Hickman, Warner and Selbach have
jumped. The club is to-day without a
manager, unless Secretary Fred Knowles
can be considered as such. Symptoms of a
panic displayed themselves last week
when Christy Matthewson was sent out of
town to avoid the American league man
agers, who made their presence felt at the
National league meeting.
Apparently the American league will
give up its efforts to plant a baseball club
in Gotham. This was shown when Ban
Johnson, president of the American
league, sent Mr. Spalding a telegram
promising him his hearty support and ask
ing that when his help was needed he be
called on. him his hearty support and ask
that when his help was needed he be
ed on. The telegram was in answer to
one which Mr. Spalding sent to Mr. John
son saying that he (Spalding) was the
president of the National league.
"If Freedman is thrown out of New
York baseball the policy which the Amer
ican league determined upon a long time'
ago will be changed," said Mr. Johnson.
"Freedman never asked for a franchise
in the. American (league directly. ' Ho
may have done so indirectly. We do not
Eeed New York in our circuit as we are
perfectly satisfied with the present one.'
"Spalding's election as president of the
league,' 1 says Frank Selee, "will boom
baseball all over the country. He has
the confidence of the press and the pub
lic, which means a great deal in any line
of business. He also knows what is best
to do as his policy will undoubtedly be one
of conciliation with the other leagues, ac
i means a great deal in any line
ss. He also knows what is best
lis policy will undoubtedly be one
ation with the other leagues, ac
cording to the statement he has already
made."
tumors About "Ban."
Special to The Journal.
Chicago, Dec. President Johnson of
the American League left last night for
Detroit. With Mr. Johnson's departure
there began stories of the American-
League's invasion of New York this year.
1 For this report there was no official con
! firmation, but the idea that this would
I be done gained ground when ft was an
! nounced that Mr. Johnson would leave for
| Detroit.
There are two clubs in the east, either
of which the American League can easily
transfer to New York. These are Balti
j more and Washington. Mr. Johnson will
see the principal stockholder in the Wash
; ington to-day at Detroit. This is Fred
. Postal. If the American League goes
into New York it is said AiWrew
I man will not have the controlling interest.
WARMXG TO PJ.AVUKS
Musi Maud Firm, Say* Gear of Play.
.era' In ion.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 18.—Secretary
j Gear of the Players' "Protective Associa
tion" and "Kid" Nichols, the rival Kan
| sas City magnate, held a conference here
| upon Nichols' return from the east, and
j at its conclusion Gear announced he would
! carry out his intention of issuing a cir
cular, letter to the members of the Play
ers' Union in the nature of a warning to
the men to make the union a stronger or-
J ganization and put it in a better position
to cope'with the changes in baseball
which are certain to materialize within
the next few months. A cut in salaries is
certain, and unless the players si and firm
they may not be able to protect their in
j terests.
SKIPPER HARK RETURNS
He Gives a Little Talk on Sail
Slaking-.
New York, Dec. 18.—Charlie Barr, the
skipper of the cup defender, Columbia,
was a passenger on the steamship Me
.saba of the Atlantic Transport line, which
has just arrived from London. Captain
Barr spent two months about Southamp-
I ton, and did not go to Glasgow because
j he thought as several racing yachts are
I under construction there, his visit might
I be misunderstood. 'He said he was sorry
I to hear of the burning of the sails of
Shamrock 11. in Erie basin. Asked
j whiter the chances for holding the cup
I here would be improved if Ratsey made
i her sails, Captain Barr said:
What's the matter with the sails made on
j this side? There was a good deal said in
I the lest trial races about misfit sails that I
was untrue. I consider that it is possible to
make as good sales on this side as can be
cut on the other. It is a matter of operation
only. Ratsey makes splendid sails. But so
do others. The model, too, must be con
sidered in yacht racing. l think the Herre
slioffs turned out the greatest racing yacht the
world has ever seen when they finished the i
I Columbia.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
DANGER DROVE HER
How a Timid Woman Found
Courage.
She was by nature a timid woman.
Nothing had bqen able to induce her to
cross the narrow, swaying plank which
bridged the creek. Sooner than take
this short cut she would go a mile above
where there was a substantial wagon
bridge. But now when the fire was
sweeping across the prairie, consuming
houses and crops, she was driven to the
plank over the creek as the only hope
of escape. Danger drove her. Fear
flogged her. And tottering and trem
bling she made the passage in safety.
There are a great many sick women
who have heard for years of Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription, the medicine
made famous by its cures of womanly
ilia. But they have no faith in it. They
go the long way round to seek health,
I and use the services of a local practi
tioner. Perhaps when he fails they try
! patent medicines. It is only when they
i realize there is danger in disease ; that
! doctors can't help and patent medicines
don't cure—that they are driven to try
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription, and
i find it is the short road to health.
THE BRIDGE THAT CARRIED THEM OVER.
Thousands of women unite in praise
of Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription as
I the bridge that carried them to safety,
1 put them out of power of disease, and
gave them perfect and permanent health.
.They put themselves on record for the
| benefit of others who suffer and have
; exhausted all other means used for
| effecting a cure.
" In April, 1900, my strength gave out
and I was obliged to go to bed, suffering
with female weakness, also had ulcers
and inflammation," writes Mrs. Ellen D.
Rollin, of Pierceville, Ripley Co., Ind.
i" I tried a physician's remedy for a
month but got no better—only weaker.
Tried another medicine six weeks, but
got no better, was quite discouraged. I
read Dr. Pierces Memorandum Book,
telling of the cures Dr. Pierces medi
cines had performed. My husband said
he would have more faith in Dr. Pierces
medicine than in any other, and he got
me a bottle of the 'Favorite Prescrip
tion ' at once. I began taking it, and
wrote to Dr. Pierce. 1 received several
letters of advice, also a small book treat
ing on Woman and Her Diseases. I fol
lowed the directions given as closely as
I coald. Began taking Dr. Pierces med
icines in July, and in two months I was
able to do my housework. Took twelve
bottles of 4 Favorite Prescription,' also
four of 'Golden Medical Discovery.'
Had a severe case of inflammation and
suffered a great deal, but by persevering
I regained my strength. Weigh twenty
five pounds more than I ever did before.
I think Dr. Pierces medicines far excel
all others, a*nd hope those who are suf
fering will turn to him for aid. I thank
him for his advice and kindness, and can
heartily recommend his treatment to all
who may be suffering as I was."
The cures effected by Dr. Pierces
CENTRAL HIGH ATHLETES
WORKING AT WINTER SPOHTS
Team* for Indoor Baseball, Hockey
ami Bu»kt-t Bull Are Being
Organized.
Interest in all lines of athletics at Cen
tral high school is at top notch. The
board of control recently ordered a dozen
and a half sweaters for gridiron heroes of
the past football season and the boys art!
awaiting these before having their picture
taken.
! -Men are out for the indoor baseball
| team and a lively contest is on for places.
I It is thought that the team will be made
! up largely from the material in last Bea
i son's. outdoor baseball nine, few of the
j players having left school since last
: spring. Among those trying for places
! are Howard, Browne, Marshall. Courtney,
1 Levy, Bidlake, Stowell, Reed, Duffy, King,
Gardner Devoe, Merrill aad Wolff.
A hocky club is also to be organized.
Marshall, the only remaining man of last
year's team, has been elected captain and
Bert Reed is manager. The most likely
candidates for positions are Courtney,
I Browne, Levy, Reed, Blitz, Wolff, Caplin,
and Marshall. There are several other
good skaters at the school and an effort
will be made to turn out a winning team
if the right accommodations can be made
for practice.
The basket ball team is .improving with
i each day's practice and in the coming
games with South Side, Stillwater, and
the Agricultural college it is thought the
j best team can be picked. At present
Brooks, Luzzell, Jones, Merrill, Lang and
j Captain Bidlake are the best men. "Hy"
j Browne is manager of the team.
I A report of the treasurer of the ath
] letic association shows that the football
j season ended with a balance of $250 in
I the treasury.
Dr. Weston of the Y. M. C. A. has pre
sented to Professor J. N. Greer of the
Central High School a handsome col
lection of athletic photographs. The
little booklet contained the pictures of
prominent footballists and the managers
of the different teams. The collection
also included a photograph of Professor
Greer.
SHARKEY TO MEET MAHER
Articles of Agreement Signed by the
(Principals.'
We» York Sun Special Service
New York, Dec. 18.—Articles of agree
ment clinching a match between Tom
Sharkey and Peter Maher have at last
been signed and the two have agreed to
come together at Philadelphia before the
Central Athletic Club on Jan. 17. The
i mill is limited to six rounds and will be
i for 60 per cent of the gate receipts, which
I it Is said will be divided on equal terms.
; This will be. the second meeting between
the two big fellows.
, International Hockey.
! New York, Dec.. 18.—The first international
! hockey matches of the year will take place
! at the St. Nicholas skating rink Friday and
Saturday, Dec. 27 and 25. Friday ttie Vie
, tpria Hockey club of Montreal will play the
St. Nicholas Skating club and Saturday the
Victorias will play the New York Athletic
club. g f.;;'; -»-■ -••.

Contract to Rvbuild Dock.
Special to The Journal.
x Duluth,' Minn., Dec. 18.—A contract for re
. building No. 4 dock of the Duluth & Iron
' Range road !at Two Harbors, has • been given
1 •the Barnett & Record company.' The price
; is above $150,000, and the dock is to be ready
i,May 1. The dock wilL be raised bodily "9.6
!< feet,and enlarged.. V ;l
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18. 1901. .
Favorite Prescription are not temporary,
but permanent. They are perfect cures.
It is not uncommon for women to say
that they never knew the meaning of
perfect health, even in their best days,
until they had used "Favorite Prescrip
tion." And this is because the medicine
is more than a mere cure for female
troubles. It not only puts out the fire
of disease, but it rebuilds what the fire
has destroyed, and often on a finer scale,
as In Mrs. Rollin's case, who, after her
cure, weighed twenty-five pounds more
than she ever weighed before.
"Favorite Prescription" is a superior
tonic and nervine. It feeds the nerves
and cures nervousness. It restores the
appetite and gives natural, refreshing
sleep. It builds up the body, restores
lost flesh and gives back the clearness of
girlhood to the complexion sallowed by
disease.
A PHYSICIAN'S OFFER.
Reference is made by Mrs. Rollin and
Miss Johnson to correspondence with Dr.
Pierce. They took advantage of his
offer of free consultation by letter, and
acknowledge their gratitude for the ad
vice received.
The same offer is open
to all. Every sick
woman is urged to write
to Dr. Pierce, and so
secure the opinion of a
specialist in the treat
ment and cure of dis
eases peculiar to women.
All correspondence is
held as strictly private
and sacredly confiden
tial. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y.
This offer of free con
sultation by letter, made
by Dr. R.V. Pierce, is
not to be confused with
the spurious offers of
■ free medical advice"
made by men or women
who having no medical
knowledge or training,
are not physicians, are
not permitted by law to practice medi
cine, and cannot therefore give genuine
uieunai aavice. ut course anyone com
petent or incompetent can give advice
on any subject, but the advice of un
skilled persons in medical matters is not
merely valueless, but dangerous.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, as chief consulting
physician to the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical lustitute, Buffalo, N. V., assisted
by his staff af nearly a score of skilled
physicians, has in a little more than
thirty years treated and cured hundreds
of thousands of weak and sick women.
" I received your letter some time ago,
with advice about your wonderful medi
cine," writes Miss Stella Johnson, of 28
Brady St., Dayton, Ohio. «I was troubled
with severe pains every month when I
wrote to you for advice. After receiving
your letter and following its directions,
I am now happy to say that after five
years of untold suffering I have not had
any pains since first using your ' Favorite
Prescription.' I was induced through a
friend to write to you and follow «'your
kind advice. I thank God and Dr. R. V.
Pierce for the health I now enjoy."
Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong, sick women
well. It establishes regularity, dries
weakening drains, heals inflammation
and ulceration and cures female weak
ness. It cures backache, headache and
the other ills that result from womanly
disease.
Sometimes a dealer, tempted by the
little more profit paid on the sale of less
meritorious medicines, will offer the cus
tomer a substitute as being "just as good"
as the " Prescription." It is better for him
because it pays better, but it is not as
good for you, if you want the medicine
that has cured others, and which you
believe will cure you.
VALUABLE BOOK FREE.
A 1008 page book, free for the asking. :
You can get the People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, the best medical book
ever published, free by sending stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound
volume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Will They Obey?
Special to The Journal.
Sioux Falls, S. 1)., Dec. 18.— Circular letters
have (been received at the offices of the United
States marshal and attorney in this city from
the department of justice at Washington, call- ,
ing the attention of the officers to the federal
statutes which prohibit federal officials and
their subordinates from participating actively
in political affairs. The circulars warn offi
cers not to act as collectors of campaign
funds or as chairmen of political organiza
tions, gatherings.or conventions, or to engage
actively in political affairs.
\ * AGENTS WANTED
THE-PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladies' new styl-» $10 and $12 Jackets at $5.
Candlesticks, Call Bells, Crumb Trays. A lot
of odds and ends for table use. Prices right.
Open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morisoa
& Co., hardware, cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet ay. .
LOWNEY'S, Funke's, Lyon's, Allegretti choc- ',
plates. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist avS.
I PROFITABLE WORK OFFERED AGENTS
In every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladies' Home Journal and the Saturday Eve
ning Post. We want agents who will, work
thoroughly and with business system' to cover
each section with our illustrated little book
-1 lets and other advertising matter, and to
I look sharply after renewals from old sub- 1
scribers. The pay is first rate, and at the
end of the season $20,000 will be given the
best workers as extra prizes tor good work.
How well some of our agents have succeeded
is told in a little booklet we would like to
send you—portraits of some of our best agents
with the story of how they made it pay. The
Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
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• IF IT HAS BARNABY'S NAME ON •
• it, he will know it is good. •
«•••••••-•-••••••••••••• j
A SAVINGS BANK BOOK WITH $10 DE- !
posited, or 100 shares of United States Fuel j
Oil Co. 's stock, would be a sensible Xmas gift.
See advertisements. , j
{"AGENTS AND ORGANIZERS—EXCEPTION
aI contracts' now being made for the new
year by an up-to-date, well established bene
fit fraternity; $150 month and upwards for
successful men. Lock Box 1405, Denver. Col.
2___ANNOUNCEMENTS
I THE PLY.MOI'TH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
I Ladies" new style $10 ,and $12 Jackets at $6.
| SCISSORS, SHEARS, MANICURE GOODS".
j Embroidery Sets. We can please you. Op"en |
[ evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morison & I
Co., hardware, cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet ay.
| our WORK SPEAKS FOR "ITSELF. CUS
! tomers also speak for it. The Paatorium,
Perfumes for, Christmas trade; best line in
I city. A.D.Thompßon Drug Co., 3d st. Ist ay S.
R. C. BLACK & CO., plumbing," heating and
lighting; Jobbing a-specialty. 729 Henn. ay.
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?2 FOR WATCHES AND DIAMONDS, I *g
Is 2 recommend B. Banks, 321 Washington xl ;
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• IF IT HAS BARNABYS NAME ON •
| • It, he will know it Is good. •
j 10,000-3 FOR 25c SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS,
i sc. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 2dav S
j A CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION FOR MOTH-
I er, wife, sister or—some one else's Bister —
I something from Miss Wanous' stock of mani
curing instruments, sachets or perfumes.
621% Nicollet ay, upstairs.
I SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
I Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay S.
3 "auction sales
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladies' now styli $10 and $12 Jackets at $5.
HEATING STOVES, STEEL RANGES TO
close—s4s base burners, $32.93; $25 steel
ranges, $19.56; others in pro-portion; 20 per
cent discount on household hardware; granite,
tinware, etc.; open evenings till Christmas.
W. K. Morison & Co., hardware, cutlery, etc.,
247 Nicollet. ' - . "■ , . ■ ■ .
• •••••••••••-•-••••••••••••A
• If he' knows it came from "Baroaby's •
• ' he will be better satisfied with it. •
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Lowney'B Funke's, Lyon's and Allegrettl
Chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S-8d at
WANT ADS ON PAGES 14 and IS
3 AUCTION SALES
Continued.
V£ HOLIDAY GOODS AT AUCTION »«
& To-morrow, at 10 a. m. and 2p. m., *£
M? elegant new furniture of every de- %
♦fc sorlption. Oriental and domestic »2
!* rugs; large assemblage European Brie- *s
*X a-Brac, Metal Articles, Silverware. *%
it etc.^ At Bown's Salesrooms, 44 and $£
#£ 46 7th st S. Store open every eve- Vi
Mr ning this week. - - i&
SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay S.
4 ACCOUNTANTS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladles' new style $10 and $12 jackets at $5.
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER PLATED. IVO
ry, pearl, etc., silver-plated forks, spoons,
ladles, berry spoons, etc., fruit knives, cheese
scoops, nut picks, etc.; our prices are right;
open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morison
& Co-, hardware, etc., 247 Nlcollet ay.
AM OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS TO EX
amine books and accounts to see if they
have been accurately kept; can do work even
lnga if necessary; references. 7589, Journal.
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A, D. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st. Ist ay 8.
5 BUSINESS PERSONALS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladles' new style $10 and $12 jackets at $5.
Pocket Knives—Rogers, Wostenholm (Eng
lish), H. & B. (American), German, etc., 500
\arieties. Prices right. Open evenings till
Christmas. W. K. Morison & C;*., Hardware,
Cutlery, etc., 247 Nlcollet.
ALL WE ASK IS TO BE *k. EMEMBERED
•when you need our servlc**. The Pantorium.
10,000—3 FOR 250 SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS,
sc. Hermann's- Drug Store, 400 2d ay 3
LOWNEY'S, Funke's, Lyon's, Allegrettl choc
olates. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, let avS.
SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay S.
(J BUSINESS CHANCES •
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladies' new style $10 and $12 jackets at $5.
RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS] SHAVING
Sets, Straps, Mugs, etc.; everything needed.
Open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morison
6 Co., Hardware, Cutlery, etc., 247 Nlcollet.
NOT THE OLDEST, BUT YOU KNOW IT'S
the only exclusive place in the city to have
clothing cleaned, The Pantorium.
Perfumes for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposits; cap
ital, surplus, $30,000.
BUY WHEAT NOW ;~IT IS GOING MUCH
higher. $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2
cents. Send for our free book, "Facts and
Figures," explaining option trading. The
Osborn Grain Co., 813 to 815 Phoenix build
ing, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Com
merce.
BEST NEWSPAPER IN STATE OUTSIDE
twin cities for sale; half interest in estab
lished mercantile proposition. Finest hard
ware business ever ottered in the west. Od
lum-Kurtzman Co.
WANTED—A RELIABLE MAN WITH EX
perience, as partner in established retail and
wholesale liquor business, with about $1,000
to invest ; best of references required. Scan
dinavian preferred. 7446, Journal.
FOR INTEREST IN WEEKLY
newspaper to reliable printer who will take
mechanical charge. Good Minnesota town.
Give age, experience and references. Ad
dress 7517, Journal.
WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS STEAM LAUN
dry outfit; second-hand; must be in good
working crder and must be cheap: state price
wanted. Address Box 91, Akeley, Minn.
FOR SALE—GROCERY STORE; GOOD
stock, horse, wagon and sleigh. Address 7662,
i Journal.
' ONE SOLITAIRE PAIR DIAMOND EAR
-1 rings, worth $120, will sell it for $75. B.
Banks, 321 Washington ay S.
WANTED—A GOOD~PHYSICIAN TO L -
cate in a good Minnesota town; three months'
office rent free; also to take charge of drug
: store. Address 7773, Journal.
(HARDWARE sale; doing $4,000 yearly"
i RESTAURANT; $300; dandy for man and wiie
; GROCERY; line stock, $90 daily bus.; corner.
HOTELS; list of money-makers. 1100 Lum.Ex
I • • • • «•"• • ••••-»-• ••••••••••••
• IF IT HAS BARNABY'S NAME ON •
• it, he will know it is good. •
«•••••••••••♦••••••••••©••
10,000-3 FOR 25c SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS,
fie. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 2d ay S
SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay 3.
; BOOKBINDING—LAW, MEDICAL, LIBR~A~
: ry and magazine binding; art and fine bind
ing; Christmas numbers, pocketbooks and
leather goods marked. All kinds of first
class binding cheap. Great Western Printing
! Co., 328 3d st S.
YOUNG man, EMPLOYED, HAS SOME
money to invest in paying business. Address
7607, Journal.
HOW MUCH STOCK HAVE YOU IN THE
United States Fuel Oil company? See ad
vertisements.
a REGISTERED PHARMACIST, with
some capital, can hear of a good opening by
; addressing 7696, Journal.
FOR SALE— GENERAL STORE, DOING
good business in lively town in southern
Minnesota; stock invoices about $3,000. Ad
i dress Box 312, West Concord, Minn.
FOR RENT—2O-ROOM HOUSE, SUITABLE
for boarders and roomers; rent cheap; near
Central market; house full of boarders; pres
ent tenant objectionable. nquire Frank J.
Hallo, First National Bank, city: or C. E.
Ford, 805 Northwestern building.
$100 WILL BUY RELINQUISHMENT OF
fine timber claim in northern Minnesota, if
taken at once. H. H. McLean, Mound, Minn.
MAKE YOUR SAVINGS EARN SOMETHING.
A large corporation, showing net earnings of
16 per cent per annum, desires to double its
present capacity, and to do so has placed a
small block of its treasury stock on the mar
ket. Men and women having from $25 to $500
to invest are requested to write for full par
ticulars. Address postofflce b0x.418, Minne
apolis, Minn.
•« HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? •£
•« I make a specialty of renting and */i
»£ taking care of all kinds of property, •§
«*£ managing estates, etc. I can save you »«
»§ money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New «5
•g York Life building. Mi
FOR SALE.
The undersigned will, at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon of Monday, Dec. 23, 1901, offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the
office of the referee in bankruptcr, St. Paul,
Minn., the stock of general merchandise, farm
implements, etc., belonging to the estate of
Jacob J. Fink, bankrupt.
This stock Inventories between $9,000 and
$10,000. Stock and inventory are subject to
inspection at the store (building in Northfield,
Minn., at any time before the sale. James F.
Jordan, receiver.'
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A
profitable wholesale and retail hardware busi
ness, established 20 years; centrally located,
In live growing western city. The commer
cial center for""large territory; yearly sales
over $200,000. and constantly increasing; cause
for selling, ill health; close inspection in^it
ed. Address 7406. Journal.
FOR SALE— PEERLESS HAND LAUN
dry; well located; doing good business; horse,
wagon, sled, etc. Sell for about half. 81
10th 8t S. ■■ -' ■■ .■■
AM MANUFACTURING AN ARTICLE IN
general use on which we have patents. Can
show to party with some cash and ability to
take charge of office a good proposition. Par- i
ticulars, address 7766, Journal.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT—
Ladles' new styl^. $10 and $12 jackets at $5.
Candlesticks, CalFßells, Crumb Trays. A lot
of odds and ends for table use. Prices right.
Open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morison
& Co., hardware, cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet ay.
Lowney's Funke's, Lyon'e and Allegretti
Chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S-3d st
superfluous HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hol
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand
of the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
:O,OCO— 3 FOR 25c SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS,
sc. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 2d ay S . ■„
SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay S.
1Q BOARD AND ROOMS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN 'BASEMENT—
Ladles' new style $10 and $12 jackets at $6.
SCISSORS, SHEARS, MANICURE GOODS"
Embroidery Sets. We can please you. Open
evenings till Christmas.- W. K. Morison &
Co.. hardware, cutlery, etc.. 247 Nicollet ay.
STEAM-HEATED ROOMS FOR RENT,WITH
first-class board; table board given. 610 6th
st S. Telephone Main 2466-L4. _^
• •••••••••••-•-••a ••••••••••
• IF IT HAS BARNABY'B NAME ON •
• it, he will know it la good. •
••••••••••••^••••••••••mmm
PERFUMES for Christmas trad«; best line In
city. A. D. Thompson Drug Co., 8d at. Ist ay 8.
BEAUTIFUL FRONT ROOM AND FlHST
class board for two gentlemen or married
couple; In pleasant modern bom*. 307 Bth st 3
-10 BOARD AND ROOMS
Continued.
A NICE WARM SINGLE ROOM, WITH
board. $4 per week. 617 eth ay S.
10,000—3 FOR Sc SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS,
sc. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 2d ay 3
FLAT, FURNISHED, WITH BOARD FOR
two couples, four gentlemen or four ladles;
gas, bath, artesian water, steam heat: good
chance for right parties. 106 Willow st.
special SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS and
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay S.
HOTEL FURNISHED ROOMS
with board; house strictly modern; telephone
service. 728 6th ay 3. .
11 BOARD OFFERED
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASBMENT-
Ladies new style $10 <fod $12 Jackets at $5.
HEATING STOVES. STEEL RANGES TO
close— base burners, -$32.93; $25 ste*>l
ranges, ?19.56; others in proportion; 20 per
cent discount on household hardware; granite,
tinware etc.; open evenings till Christmas.
W. K. Morlson & Co., hardware cutlery, etc
Mi Nlcollet. • '
WILL GIVE MOTHER'S CARE TO CHILD,
by married lady, without children; $3 week.
Mrs. Mowbray, 64 llth et S. _
10,000-3 FOR 25c SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS.
sc. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 2d ay S
LOWNEY'S, Funke's. Lyon's, Allegrettt choc
olates. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, let avS.
12 BOARD WANTED
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Ladles' new style $10 aud Jackets at $5.
WANTED—A HOME FOR AN ELDERLY
man of very moderate means. Location is
Immaterial. Address, stating very lowest
price per week, 7687, Journal. . ;
Perfumes for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A.D.Thompßoa Drug Co :I jd at, l3t ay S.
SPECIAL SALE IN FANCY CHAIRS AND
Rockers. The Branch, Wash, and 2d ay E.
YOUNG COUPLE WANT TWO WARM FUR
nished or ■unfurnished rooms with board;
must be with private family, with no other
boarders, and within 14th st. Address, giving
price and particulars, 7709, Journal.
CITY NURSE WISHES TO FIND BOARD
for two children, 10 and 12. Must be reason
able and near school. 7741, Journal. '
13^^ cows
SALE—LARGE7FRESH7BE^E^E7aHTHS^
Jersey cow and calf; fresh Durham cow and
calf. Or exchange- for beef. 808 12th at 8.
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER PLATED. IVO
ry, pearl, etc., silver-plated forks, spoons,
ladles, berry spoons, etc., fruit knives, cheese
scoops, nut picks, etc.; our prices are right;
open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morlsou
& Co., hardware, cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet ay.
Lowney's Funke's, Lyon'tT and Allegretti
Chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S-3d st
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Ladiea new style $10 ar.d $12 Jackets at $5.00.
Pocket Knives— Rogers, Woatenholm (Eng
lish), H. & B. (American), German, etc., 500
varieties. Prices right. Open evenings till
Christmas. W. K. Morison & Co., Hardware,
Cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet. -
MRS. MANEWELL gives readings dally. »
a. m^ to 6p. m. 620^ Nicollet. room 14.
MRS. JACOBS, WELL-KNOWN~CLAIRVOY
ant and business medium, can be consulted
daily on all affairs of life; satisfaction guar
an teed. 510 3d av_S.
••••••••••••♦•••••••••••••
• If he knows it came from "Barnaby'a •
• he will be better satisfied with it. •
• •••••••••••-•-••••••••••••A
PERFUMES for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A. P. Thompson Drug Co., 3d st. Ist ay 3.
RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS, SHAVING
Sets, Straps, Mugs, etc.; everything needed.
Open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morlson
& Co., Hardware, Cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet.
THERE IS NOTHING YOUR WIFE WILL
appreciate more than to nave you partonize
The Pantorlum..
TUCKER, LADIES' TAILOR, 523 MEDICAL
block; closing out some fine material; walk
ing skirts. $S to $12; tailor-made suits. $26 up.
LOWNEY'S, FunkVs, Lyons. Allegretti choc
olates. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st-, Ist av3.
• •■»•••••••••-•-- •••••••••••••
• IF IT HAS BARNABY'S NAME ON •
• it, he will know it is good. •
•••••♦••••»»♦•••>••♦»•••••
IF YOU PREFER AND APPRECIATE
quality in perfumes and sachets, you will do
well to visit Miss Wanous, the druggist, 621H
Nicollet uv, upstairs. _^
18 DYUHQ AMD CLEAMIIfO
Till-: PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Ladles' new style $10 and $12 Jacket* at $5.
Candlesticks, Call Bells, Crumb Trays. A Tot
of odds and ends for table use. Prices right.
Open evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morisou
& Co., hardware, cutlery, etc., 247 Nicollet ay.
THE PROMPT AND RELIABLE PLACE TO
have your clothing cleaned i* ml The Pan
torlum.
: Perfumes for Christmas trade; best line in
city. A.D.Thompson Drug Co., 3d st, Ist ay S.
THE minneapolis works,
a. hornung, prop. French dry
cleaning. oldest, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED dry CLEANING establish
ment IN THE nvv. office, 242 nic.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186-J2.
you WHO ARE SO PARTICULAR IN OTH
er things should have your clothing dyed,
cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Panto
rium, 925-27 Nieollet. Both 'phones,' 1664.
Out-of-town work solicited. '
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576.
• *•••••»•••••••••••••»••* •
• IF IT HAS BARNABY'S NAME ON •
• it, he will know it is good. •
• •••••••••••-•-•••••••••••09
17 HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Ladies' new style $10 and $33 Jackets at $5.00.
SCISSORS, SHEAR MANICURE GOO~DIi
I Embroidery Sets. We can please you. Open
! evenings till Christmas. W. K. Morison &
i Co., hardware^ cutlery, ete.,_247 Nicollet ay.
! DON'T BUY NEW HATS. HAVE YOUR
old one made to look like new. See Tho
Pantorium.
Lowney's Funke's, Lyon's and Allegretti
Chocolates. Thompson Drug Co., Ist ay S-3d st
19 FINANCIAL
THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Ladies' new style $10 and $12 Jackets at $5.00.
HEATING STOVES, STEEL RANGES TO
close—s4s base burners, $32.93; $25 steel,
ranges, $19.56; others in proportion; 20 pet
cent discount on household hardware: granite,
tinware, etc.; open evenings till Christmas.
W. K. 'Morison & Co., hardware, cutlery, «to.,
247 Nicollet. ■ ■* ■
ARE YOU GOING HOME FOR CHRIST
mas? If so, have your clothing cleaned. The
Pantorlum. - ,
PRIVATE MONEY on hand; loan on real
estate; lowest rates. Dover, 637 Andrui Bldg.
AT LOWBST RATES— TO LOAN. Hi
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice- residence
property. Thorpe Brot., Andrua building.
QUICK LOANS
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On you own name, without security or in
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 omoes
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants, and you can be
waited on privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until ».
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe Building.
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $600
loans on city real estate; principal payable at
any time. A. H. Policy. 501 Aadrua building.
MORTGAGE LOANS— low; any lumi;
no delay; see us sure. Gale St Co., N. Y. Life.
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS OVER $25, ON
diamonds and watches. Abeles, 243 Nicollet.
MONEY TO "LOAN—EASY~TERM.ST~LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onoida building.
10,000—3 FOR SIZE BACHELOR CIGARS.
6c. Hermann's Drug Store, 400 24 ay 8
MONEY TO loan AT LOWEST RATES: no
delay. Thayer & Gale. 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
• ••••••••••^••••••••••••»
• MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- •
• —We are prepared to loan reason- •
• able amounts to salaried people hold- •
• ing steady positions with responsible ~- •
• concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •
• payments. We conduct our business •
• strictly confidential. Lowest rates and •
• fair treatment guaranteed. Room BM, •
• Bank of Commerce building. ...,•;
• •••••••••••(^••••••••••••»
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO a BAL
ARIED PEOPLE. RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES. ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty office*
to principal citiee. Tolman, «80 H. T. LU%

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