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ii rot. to Increase Your Business Use The Journal " WANTS."
—| One New Versic
'The Story of the House'
' The Minnesota Debenture company, Ed
mund G. Walton, president, and E. S.
Baring-Gould,.' secretary, owns Walton
Fark, the most sightly" and handsome of
all properties in NortnMlhneapolls. This
Addition is divided into 480 lots, each 40x
128 feet to alley, plat of which is herewith
-hovn. Of these lots. 420 are yet unsold
and, having a great deal of money to in
vest at a low rate of interest, we pro
pose to build a. number of- houses on this
property,' giving you the benefit of cheap
money and, also of the enormous dis
counts secured by building in large quan-
titles. In turn, your improvements will
double the value of the rest of our lots.
It is proposed to offer 200 people only,
the great benefits of co-operation, and we
propose to build as soon as 200 people
Join, four houses a month, or forty-eight
houses a year on the following plan:'
Each -person .pays into this office five
dollars ($5.00) a month in cash until he
moves into his house, when lie will in
crease his payment to Twelve dollars
.$12.00) a month «nd will pay this amount
for ten years, when he will receive a deed
to the house, clear'of incumbrance and,
also, receive back all the payments he
made before he moved in, which amount
Is held as a reserve fund to be used'by
him in case of necessity in meeting his
monthly payments. He pays no interest
or charges of any kind above the Twelve
liars (112.00) a month. We will pay for
the fire insurance on your houses so that
«11 your expenses above your monthly
payments will be the taxes on the prop
erty.
How You Do It.
Having chosen your lot, you come into
the office as quickly as possible end pay
$3.00. For this you receive a numbered
i contract, the number of which will desig
nate approximately when your house will
be commenced. The quicker you join the
earlier the number you are entitled to,
and a day's hesitation in getting the con
-1 act may mean several months' delay in
getting your house.
How We Do It.
Directly we have received two hun
dred and fifty dollars ($250.00) from pur
— chasers, one house is built and the holder
ci contract No. 1 is entitled to his house.
]; is easy enough to figure out if fifty men
j/ay Five Dollars <$5.o0) each in January,
number 1 gets his house; forty-nine men
pay Five dollars ($5.00) in February aud
iue man twelve dollars ($12.00), so num
ber 2 gets his house built. In March if
fly more men have joined, two houses
F.re built and so on.
Do nut think, however, that it will take
rifty months before the last man gets his
1 outif. It is easy to figure out that each
mouth more men. move into their houses
und pay Twelve Dollars ($12.00) a month
iustead of Kive.dollurs ($5.00). so that in
ttead of its taking fifty mouths for the
last man to get his house, it should take
v little over three years.
It Is a plan of co-operation; you help
Sails by talking to your friends and you help
yourself because the more that joint the"
tuioner will your house be built.
Our Special Benefit.
In case of jour death at any period of
your payments up to three years we will
refund to your heirs the full amount you
have paid into this office on their stir
rendering the house to us. so in that case
.ou would have your rent free for three
— Jears and your widow would have quite
fc sum of money in hand.
Plan* of tloilMe*.
t We have a umber of plans to submit to
you, a few of which are shown in this
] amphlet, which will be sold with lot for
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) cash or
cv our co-operative plan, should you pre
fer, the only exceptions being that One
_ mired dollars (?10O.0t» must be added
to this for lots fronting on Lyndale ave
uue and Twenty-live dollars ($25.00) for
corner lots. These houses will have suit
able stone foundations, eighteen inches
high, with cellars. They will be built
■with tar paper between the matched
boarding and the siding. One brick chim
ney 20x20; rooms on first floor, double
floored. House will be painted with two
coats of any color you may select. City
water will be connected with the kitchen
and a good iron sink 18x28 be conveniently
— lc;ated therein.
LOST, A SON
i'lnejr M. Hedges of Boston Looking
for Missing Boy.
— Sidney M. Hedges, a prominent insur
ing man of Boston, Mass., has enlisted
he aid of Minneapolis friends in tie
otarch for his son, Roy S. Hedges, 24
years old, who is connected with the
general Electric company of Schenectady,
i. Y. The son has been missing since
Christmas eve. With his mother and
ather, the young man was visiting friends
n Sewickley, Pa. Early in the evening
le left the house, announcing that he was
;oing to mail a letter. He did not re
urn: Two days later the father received I
i letter, mailed on a train in the north- j
vest. In which the son said that he had i
"en a burden long enough and that he
mended to start in life "on his own
look." Mr. Hedges has communicated
vith persons in all of the cities in this
part of the country.
KNOWS THITINDIANS
»luj. Scott Now on Ills Way to Leech
Lake.
Major George L. Scott of the Tenth
;avalr>\ who succeeds Captain Mercer as
Indian agent at Leech Lake, passed
hrough the twin cities yesterday after-
noon en route to Walker. Major Scott
knows the Indians well, having spent his
wenty-six years in the army among them
He was transferred to Leech Lake from
J"ort Sill, Oklahoma, where took place the
registration of settlers preparatory to the
opening of the Oklahoma reservation. He
has been stationed in Arizona, the Da
kotas, Wyoming, Montana and New Mexico
under Generals Miles, Crook, Lawtou and
_Pther Indian fighters.
CANNY GEN. OTIS
He's Cautious About Talking Since
the Miles Incident.
Army officers are carefully refraining
from comment on governmental matters
just at present, the recent reprimand of
_J General Miles for his publicly expressed
opinion on the Sampson-Schley controver
sy having made them wary. Consequently
General Otis declined to talk to a commit
tee from the St. Paul Chamber of Com
merce which waited upon him in the army
building, yesterday afternoon and urged
him to use his influence to have Snelling
enlarged." General Otis explained that he
■was only one member of a large military
_ beard which had the matter in charge
and declined to commit himself. He said
that.congress would have to pass upon the
plan finally.
"BOXCAR^AGENT
J. G. Glyp*' *»* ***> T-ried at Pouton
/. Next Friday
W. W. P. McConnell, st ate food and
— dairy .commissioner, receivj notce yes
\erd»y of the arrest of J, G Glynn
I'Glynn distributed samples that are said
; to have been better than the' goods he de _
livered, but even the sarai les are sal( j
to have been otl'er than represented.
•flynn will be triea Friday ft Fosston.
| BISHOP MANN'S ARRIVAL
First Service in \eiv Uio<*> le O u Sun
: ; \ day > f\t. f
Special to The Journal.
i Fargo, N. D.. o^3l-—Dean Burleson of
lie Episcopal cathedral, annouj(. that
bishop Mann will arrive here Saturday
aflernon and conduct his first official
service Sunday.» A reception wili oe given
1r 'J=hr!r» and Mrs. Maun on j.u \9;at
t
iECEMBER 31, 1901.
I AGENTS WANTED
PROFITABLE WORK OFFERED AGENTS
la every town to secure subscriptions to the
Ladle*' Home Journal and the Saturday Eve
ning Pest. We want agents who will work
thoroughly and with business system to cover
each section with our illustrated little book
lets and other advertising matter, and to
look sharply after renewals from old sub
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 or some of our best agents
with the story of how they made it pay. The
Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
t WE WANT GOOD AGENTS EVERYWHERE;
$'i per day. Write us, inclosing 12 cents in
stamps lor prospectus and reply.
MUTUAL CO-OPERATIVE HOME CO.,
Sl7 Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis.
2___jAN^OUN^EMENTS___
R. C. BLACK & CO., plumbing, heating and
I lighting; jobbing a specialty. 72.9 Heuu. ay.
g BUSINESS CHANCES
BUY WHEAT NOW: IT IS GOING MUCH
higher. $20 „ will margin 1,000 bushels 2
I cents. Send for .our free book, "Facts and
Figures," explaining option trading. The
j Osborn Grain Co.;: 813 to 815 Phoenix build
ing, Minneapolis. Members Chamber of Com-
I merce. :■.-■ ■■■-..-■
j 75-BARR~EL STEAM FLOUR MILL, CLEARS
' well located, in South Dakota; with good
; buildings; exchange for city property, farm*
lor good wild lands. George B. Dartt, 807
Phoenix. '
FOR SALE— DRUG STORE; BEST TOWN OF
1,500 in Minnesota; cash sales this year, $6,000;
invoice about $3,000. Good reason for sell
ing. Address 8860, Journal.
FOR SAWMILL, CAPACITY 23,000,
with 960 acres Umber land, having 12,000,000
feet standing timber, half sugar pine; price,
$4,000; half cash. More timber near by can
be secured at a reasonable price. This is a
snap, and will be taken quickly. Satisfac
tory reasons given for selling at this low
' figure. Apply 406 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
j THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
i Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposits; cap
ital, $350,000; surplus. $30,000.
~ BOOKBINDING.
Law, medical, library and magazine bind
ing; art and flue binding; Christmas numbers,
pocketbooks and leather goods marked. All
kinds of first-class binding cheap. Great
Western Printing Co.. 328 3d st S.
PERK V I 1000 letterheaes....s2.2s
PRINTER 1 1000 billheads 1.50
42 So. Third St. ( 1000 business cards 1.00
HALF INTEREST IN ONE OF THE BEST
' paying grocery stores in this city can't be
beat for location and business. George B.
Martt. 807 Phoenix.
FOR SALE— BEST RAILROAD EATING
house in the northwest, clearing from $4,000
to $6,000 per annum; price $12,500; proprietor
will show books; reason for selling, sickness
iv the family; located at division end of
three passenger and three freight divisions.
Address J. A. Babcock, care of Winston,
Harper, Fisher & Co., Minneapolis.
FURNITURE STOCK IN LIVE TOWN—
Purchaser wanted tor new, clean stock, at
once; no competitor; cash at invoice, $3,500;
flue building with lease. Fred Joynt. Hen
dri'-ks, Minn. •'
for SENt —a "" Forty-room HOTEL,
furnished first-class in' every particular, in
city of 2,500 inhabitants. A snap for the
right man. Poor health cause of renting.
Address box 1!4!4, Red Luke Falls, Minn.
66 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR .TAKES A $12,
--; wj running stock of general merchandise, to
close an estate; average daily sales, $90; also
on© $7,000; new goods, new store and fixtures.
George B. Dare. 807 Phoenix building.
FOR SAL 10 PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
and drug store for sale. The. only chance of
your life. Owing to circumstances, must sell
my drug store. Fortune .-an 'be made for
right party. A small growing town, South
I'akota. For particulars address 5755, Journal.
| FOR SALE— ONE OF TH~E~fTneFsT MEAT
markets in the state, about 25 miles from
Minneapolis. Good business. Address, 8721,
Journal. _
IF LADIES OR gentlemen with some
money to invest in an absolutely safe and
guaranteed dividend paying mining invest
ment will call and investigate the Hunters'
Creek Mining Co., they will certainly learn
of something to interest them. M. L. Brain,
7":'. Phoenix building.
HALF INTEREST IN PAYING GENERAL
country store; too much business; also gen
eral country stocks; $3,(J00 to $10,000; good
reasons for selling, and 700 shoes at 60c per
pair. George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix.
IMPLEMENT business; rich farming country.
RESTAURANT; $300; money maker and snap.
CIGAR, Coat., News; good business; liv rms.
■GROCERY; fine corner; barg. 1100 Lum. Ex.
$125 BUYS CONFECTIONERY, WITH LlV
ing-rooms. $1,500 buys $2,500 grocery. Want
partner in manufacturing business. Livery,
half price. 304 Bank Commerce.
7 BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. Miss Hoi
lister, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand
of the northwest. Exclusive specialist.
IQ BOARD AND ROOMS ]
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, thoroughly modern, with or without I
board. No light housekeeping. 1362 Vine
place.
WANTED—FEW MORE TABLE BOARDERS^ I
Tickets $3. Nicely furnished rooms; heat, j
gas, bath. $3.50 per week. 6176 th ay S. i
A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
with good board, for $4 per week; man and
wife or two gentlemen; walking distance. 8803,
Journal.
FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD. BUR~
tis House, 112-114 4th st N.
LARGE CORNER ROOM, WITH DRESSING
room, mantel, hot and cold water, good board, j
room is suitable for two or three; also two
connecting front rooms. 124 E 16th st, corner
Stevens. !
NICE FRONT ROOMS, NEWLY FTJR
nished, with board; strictly first class. Call
at 510 10th at S. _____ _____ '
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, ON FIRST j
floor, with or without board; house modern, |
large closets; private stool, light housekeep- j
ing allowed; also nice front room, second
floor, first-class heat; private family. 212 :
Sth st S.
— -,
13 cows !
FRESH MILCH COW FOR SALE. 312 2D i
st NIL ■_• __ i
FOR SALE, CHEAP—FOUR HEIFERS, 1 j
year old this spring, .In good condition; two
No. 1 family cows. 4010 Chicago ay.
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. JACOBS, WELL-KNOWN CLAIRVOY- !
ant and business medium, can be consulted j
daily on all affairs of life. Satisfaction guar- '
anteed. 510 sth ay S.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
MRS DR. EDWARDS,
The greatest clairvoyant, trance medium and !
palmist of the age, guarantees to her visitors ]
complete satisfaction or no charge for read- |
ing. All affairs of life, love, marriage, law
suits, investments, lost or stolen property,
buried treasures, etc. Letters answered.
10 ELEVENTH ST S.
. HALF BLOCK FROM PUBLIC LIBRARY.
'EGLANTINE MOORE, THE FAMOUS PALM
ist, cleairvoyant and magnetic healer, of Chi
cago, is in the city. 10 7th st S. Hours,
10 to 8.
15 LADIES' TAILORING
REDUCED PRICES ON LADIES' TAILOR
ing for month of January. Tucker, Ladies'
Tailor, 522 Medical block.
L
IQ DTEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS,
A. HORNUNG, PROP. FRENCH DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFIxCE, 242 NIC.
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3156-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 Nicollet. Both 'phones, I<S64.
Out-of-town work solicited.
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS — PRACTICAL
dyers arid' French'dry"Cleaners"; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576.
19 • • FINANCIAL V
PRIVATE MONEY on hand; loan on real
estate; lowest rates. Dever, 537 Andrus Bldg. !
ATLOWBST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. R.
D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
r>r=>.;*rty : Thorpe, Bros., Andrus building
19 FINANCIAL
Continued.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS,
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES. ETC..
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
lln principal cities. Tolman, 320 N. Y. Life.
SPECIAL RATES ON LOANS' OVER $25, ON
diamonds and watches. Abeles, 243 Nieollet.
MONEY TO LOAN—EASY TERMS; LOW
I rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida building.
4^ TO I PER CENT MONEY, WITH THE
"on or before" privilege, to loan on improved
' property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
: Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
B, Minneapolis.
i MONEY loaned on city property and farm
1 lands; low rates. C. H. Smith. 604 Phoenix.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bldg.
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 offices
1 are so arranged that you do not come in con
| tact with other applicants, and you can be
i waited on privately and quickly. Open
! Wednesday and Saturday evenings until a.
I PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
BOjHjOJ Globe Building.
MORTGAGE ~ LOANS-»Rates low; any sums;
;no delay; see us sure. Gala & Co., N. Y. Life,
| • •«••*•a••o••••••«••••••
; • MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- •
, • pie—We are prepared to loan reason- •
• able amounts to salaried people hold- •
: • ing steady positions with responsible •
< • concerns, on easy weekly or monthly •
i • payments. We conduct our business •
1 • strictly confidential. Lowest rates and •
i • fair treatment guaranteed. Room 300, •
I • Bank of Commerce building. •
START THE NEW YEAR
OWING BUT ONE PARTY
Where every $1 paid off reduces cost.
'SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES."
No. mortgage. No indorser. No publicity.
NO ONE NEED EVER KNOW.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., 256 Heunepin ay.
Room 202, over Adams Express office.
. First floor. Walk up. Private entrance.
| FOR FIRST. MORTGAGE" LOANS SEE
, H. White, 40S of Commerce building.
| LOANS MADE" TO "PERSONS" WORKING ON
I SALARY, ON THEIR PERSONAL NOTES;
QUICKLY, QUIETLY; NO MORTGAGE; NO
INDORSER; NO PUBLICITY; LOWEST
RATES; EASY PAYMENTS.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
ROOM 408, NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING.
i MONEY TO LOAN; CURRENT RATES. *
HECTOR BAXTER & CO., 420 Guaranty bldg.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT
lowest rates. Nickels & Smith. 311 Nicollet.
MONEY FOR MORTGAGES AT 4 PER CENT
—Address the Webster Estate, 152 Milk st,
Boston, Mass.
20 'OR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FREE "FOR SALE" CARDS TO THOSE
advertising under this head. Be sure and
call for them when you leave the ad.
MATTRESSES MADE O ; H AIR OR
moss $1.50; others, $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainvule Bros., manufacturers,
17 Nicollet island. Both 'phones.
WOOD—DRY. $1.75 TO $2.75; 2 loads. $3.50.
Factory wood, $2; coal, $5 to $8.25.
I Plymouth Lbr. Co. 4 Lumber Ex. Phone 7.T7J2
I We buy, sell, exchange all kinds of band in
struments. Max Kohen's. 327 \Va»a. ay S.
■ GREEN CUT BONE MAKES HENS LAY; 10
I lbs 30c; 25 lbs 75c; 50 lbs $1.25; 100 ibs $2;
j delivered free in city. Special circular and !
! poultry supply catalogue free. H. A. Pike i
& Co.. 4u Bedford ay SE.
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR WITH
Engine—Description: Two American Bali en
i gines, 14x12, each horsepower, direct belt to \
tour pole, 50 kilowatt, 110 volt lighting gen- j
erators. Possession given Jan. 15 and Feb. |
| 15, 1902. These equipments are in full oper
, ation and may be inspected at The Mlnneapo
i Us Journal plant.
! TYPEWRITERS rented to apply on purchase;
all makes; get prices. "Fay-Sho," 237 Henn. !
SOLID GOLD BRIDGE SPECTACLES, i
: eyes examined free. Ostrem, 329, Nic, upstairs j
! ALL KINDS OF WOOD AND BEST GRADES !
of coal at lowest prices. Braden Transfer and
: Fuel Co.. 237 Hennepin, main 2076 LI, and 1535 !
• B_ Lake-Bt.; tel, Soutu 6W) J-'.
"have RUGG MAKE YOUR "PHOTOS. ;
Is now at 329 Central ay; up-to-date studio.
i Have negatives back for 20 years.
j WATCHES CLEANED $1, mainsprings $l,war
ranted 1 yr. Flak's, 17 S Wash.. Nic. House.
$250 BRAND NEW SEALSKIN JACKET, size
j 36. for $125. B. Bank, broker, 321 Wash, ay S.
! CRUSHED OYSTER SHELLS. 75c; MICA
crystal grit, 75c: oil meal, $1.50 per 100-lb sack.
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepin ay.
FOR SALE— THREE-LIGHT GLASS
pendant chandelier, complete, with lamps,
shades, etc. Cost $27.50; will sell for $8.
I Also one hall lamp; original cost $5, sell for
$2. Reason for selling, leaving city. Call
j or address V., 412 W 27th st.
: FANCY LAMP, CANDLE OR ELECTRIC
; light shades for receptions, weddings, etc.
; 13152 Vine place,.
. $1,500 SODA FOUNTAIN. IN GOOD CONDl
tion, cheap. Photograph furnished on appli
| cation. A. B. Hermann, 400 2d ay S.
i FOR SALE—ONE LARGE, FRENCH-PLATE,
■ mantel mirror. Address P., 500 Irving N.
SALE— OHIO STEEL RANGE, NO. S—IS. IN
i quire Mr. D. Bennett, 106 E loth st. !
j NEW YEAR'S STARTER,: GO~OD~SINGER I
| sewing machine, $3; White, $5; Standard, $10; j
I latest oak White, $12.50. Elmer, 710 Ist ay S. j
j 0.1 SMITH PRMIER TYPEWRITER^
cheap for cash. Will ship into country. Min
neapolls .Stationery Co., 405 Hennepin ay.
PIKE'S POULTRY FOOD .MAKES HENS
, lay; 25c per package. Bone cutters, incu- I
i bators, etc. Catalogue free. R. A. Pike & j
Co.. 40 Bedford ay SE.
i FOR SALE— SEALSKIN SACQUES, IN i
: good condition, cheap. Inquire at M. L.
Cohen's. 29 Washington ay S. .
1 FOR RENT
21 UNFURNISHED HOUSES
! FREE "FOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSE
' advertising under this head. <Be sure and
I call for them when you leave the ad.
THE PARSONAGE 24TH ST M. E. CHURCH", <
nine-room house, good repair, well located;
has good well and cistern; terms reasonable. '
Apply Enock Jesson. 2407 Cedar ay, or to
pastor of the church. ~
F"OR RENT—B-00 M STRICTLY MODERN
house, near university, one block off inter- ;
urban car Call 327 Ontario st SE.
$6—425~32D~AV~N; THREE LARGE ROOMS*
i large pantry and closet, new and nicely pa
pered; with city water.
$5—1130 25th ay N; four large rooms, with
cistern water.
$6—3117 6th st N, four large rooms, well, j
cistern and shed.
$6—Second floor, 1920 Lyndale ay N; newly i
papered.
I $7 — Russell ay N; perfectly new, four j
; large rooms and four closets.
$7—2934 Russell ay N, 6 rooms, well and I
barn.
$7—4027 Washington ay N, 6 rooms, cistern, i
well and barn.
$20—2105 Bryant ay N, newly finished, eight :
I rooms, city water and sewer connections and I
seat.
WHY PAY RENT? THE AMERICAN
! Home Investment Co. will loan . you money
to pay oft' your mortgage or buy you a house !
and let you pay it back at $8.85 per month.
Call 421 New York Life building.
FIVE ROOMS, MODERN; ALL HARDWOOD
finish. Also three rooms, upstairs; modern.
Large basement, with barn if preferred. 1106
Western ay. ' -- ~
22 FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR FURNISHED HOUSE, TO
April 1, 1902, for family of adults. Inquire on
premises. 2409 Aldrich ay S. city. <?■-'.
2Q , FURNISHED ROOMS
FREE "FOR RENT OR "FURNISHED
I Room" cards for those advertising under this
| head. Be sure and call for them when leav
| ing the ad. _
i IF YOU~WI3H A ROOM OR ROOMS CALL I
• on us: no charge to applicants; rooming- !
! houses for sale. Pioneer Room Renting Bu
reau, 502 Northwestern Tel. main 3312 Jl.
| HANDSOME FRONT ROOM, NEWLY~FUR
i nished, in moder i steam-heated flat, with use
I of bath, for one or two gentlemen. Flat 1 71$
1 sth'.st S. - - .'■ ■ '
■ TWO \VELL-HEATED, WELL FURNISHED
; rooms In modern house; easy walking dis
tance; use of parlor; reasonable rent. 31 13th
•*_>_ _" _^_ /"■'.,
j A LARGE .NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, with alcove, combination heat, light
and very warm; newly papered and painted;
gas and bath; also one other nice, light, clean
room; telephone service. 1113 2d ay S.
VERY PLEASANT ROO-M. SUITABLE~FOR
one or two; steam heat, gas, bath and tele
i phone; very desirable location. 1344 Ist ay S.
FURNISHED ROOMS— A FRONT ROOM
and alcove, and also oae aide room, upstairs.
912 3d ay S. _^ ■-: '.-»--:'
NICELY FURNISHED, LARGE. - PLEASANT
room, with gas, bath and - furnace - heat. . 40 ',
10th at S
THE MTNNEAPOTfrS JOUENAL.
' - Continued.
WELj . \L?'iEH FHUM ROOM, LARGE
cloaeivp. "j. • _'„Cte4.t; modern^ 825 4th ay 3.
9A iJiFIJBNISHK.D BOOMS
torekt; two' tqupour ikfurnished
j rooms; excellent location; walking distance;
• bath connected; detached noise; references.
! 435 Ridgewood ay. i ,i». r; j
i FOUR ROOMS, UPSTAIRS, DETACHED
! house; modern convenlentes: large, pleasant
rooms: to family of two, .;i.' ::us Grand ay
-25 L'AFCK.MSUtSJ* PLATS
HARVARD CHAMBERS APARTMENTS,
Tenth st and Haitnon place.
SUITES OF TWO TO FOUR ROOMS
< ■ AND BATH.
Rates, $25 to $45 Per Month.
FIRST-CLASS CAFE IN BUILDING.
•No Cooking in tie Rooms.
J. SCHUTT & SON, -Jib TEMPLE CT.
FOR RENT—FIRST FLOOR OF HOUSE, 5
rooms and lavatory, thoroughly modern; fur
nace, laundry, use of bath, etc., $15. Refer
ences exchanged. 614 6th ay SE.
FOR RENT— 3D ST N; FIVE-ROOM
flat,_s9._ Gus Ludwig, 501 Kicollet ay.
NEW FLATS, 6 rooms a14~bath71349-51~Nlc
ollct. $32.50 to $40. W. W. Clark. 313 Nieollet.
2g FURNISHED FLATS
FOR RENT—HAVE THREE-ROOM FLAT,
furnished complete for housekeeping, with
1 hot and cold water. 900 Hennepin ay.
27 OFFICES
OFFICES—STEAM HEATSD; PRICES $6 TO
$20. Eastman block, 412 ! Nieollet. Inquire
room 12. s ■,-■;•.'
ROOM—ON SECOND FLOOR", CORNER OF
j 3d st and 3d ay S; size. \ 40x60; good light;
steam heat; formerly occupied by G. E. Clark
Commission Co. Good location for commis
-1 sion house or offices. Also rooms, 20x60 and
40x66; good light; steam heat; well adapted
I for any light manufacturing or similar use.
Inquire of P. D. McMillan, owner, 200 Cen
tral ay. ...
23 STORKS
ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR
RENT. THORPE BROS.; ANDRUS BLDG._
BASEMENT and part of store, 729 Hennepin,
cheap; suitable for electrician or locksmith.
WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS.
i $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d st S.
I CARD sign painting instructions given at
school or by mail. McDermott. 326 Nieollet.
YOUNG MAN, FOR THOROUGH PREPARA
tion for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
j PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
1 is easily obtained by graduates of the Min
| nesota School cf Business. 54 3d st S.
OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINKED, 50c; SILK
velvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned and
pressed, $1; pants recut, 75c up. At Anthony
j the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N.
MOLDERS—THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS'
Af-'soriatlou will pay at least $3.75 per day for
a few good machinery floor molders to work
in Chicago, 111. Permanent employment and
Ino trouble. Address box 410, Chicago, 111.
j WANTED—GOOD MACHINERY MOLDERS, !
lat once. Eagle Foundry, 26th ay SE and
university.
A BUTCHER WANTED FOR SLAUGHTER^
house and sausage work. F. M. Cockburn I
Devils Lake, N. 1).
WANTED— GOOD GERMAN BOY ABOUT I
15 years old to learn the drug business; a
good home. Address Elmore Drug Co., El
more, Minn.
WE WAXT ~H RLIAB] A: "SALESMEN " T0
sell full line lubricating oils, paints and
greases. Salary or commission. The Cham
plon Refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTBb—A REGISTERED DRIMJOIBT TO \
take charge of country store; prefer partner
who fan take half interest. Address 8762,
Journal.
BOY WANTED TO IS YEARS OLD; \
Scandinavian preferred. Call at 13 7th st S i
from * to 8 o'clock p. in.
; WANTED—EXPERIENCED CUSTOM SHIRT
salesman. Address 8520, Journal.
A PHYSICIAN, GOOD TALKER~AN© CAP"
able of handling correspondence; take man- j
agenu'ut Minneapolis office. 8736, Journal.
WANTED— TRAVELING SALESMAN !
sell as a side line big line of premiums, given
with good cigars, by reliable Chicago house
good profits. Address 8760, Journal.
WANT SINGLE MAN WITH 122 TO TAKE
one-third interest in my supply wagon, sell
ing butter, horseradish, . cottage cheese; a '
good opening for nhe winter. Call at store 1
1542 E Lake 3t.
MECHANICS QUALIFIED FOR ADVANCE
ment. Our free booklet, "Are Your Hands '
Tied?", tells how thousands have doubled or
largely increased their earning capacity '
through our spare time instruction by mail. i
Write to the International Correspondence
Schools, box 1663, Scranton, Pa., or call day i
or evening. Minneapolis office, 322 Hennepin.
WANTED—SMART" BOY 7 APPLY REAR 116
Ist ay N. Brass Works.
SHOEMAKERS WANTED! B^rfOM~F~IN~
isher and cutters; good position 50 weeks a
year. Shaft-Pierce Shoe Co.
WANTED—ALL A ROUXD LI YE" PRINTER"
strictly temperate; steady w»rk for right man. !
Name wages wanted. Daily Advance, Worth- !
ington, Minn.
WANTED^A LAW STUDENT OR YOUNG ;
lawyer, as clerk in a law office. Must write '
a good hand. Address 8845, Journal. |
WANTED—EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
and stenographer for North Dakota town.
Must write . good long hand. Address C,
care 616 Corn Exchange. .
flO WEEKLY—MALE OR FEMALE, COPY
ing letters at home. Send application. Peo
ple's Supply House, Chicago.
WANTED—MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON
Red river valley farm. Good home and lib
eral wages to right parties. Apply 1703
Park ay.
ANY PERSON WHO WILL DISTRIBUTE
circulars for $3 daily should address Stand
ard Co., 4 Wells, Chicago. Steady position.
No canvassing.
WANTED—A COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER;
give full particulars, age, salary expected, etc.
Family man preferred; good position to right
man. 8836, Journal.
WANTED—UNEMPLOYED MAN TO TAKE !
orders from families; call to-morrow morning, j
1317_Nicollet_av.__
FIRST-CLASS ENGINEER AND JANITOR ;
for flats; must be a good all around me- i
chanic; able to do repairs and a worker; none !
others need apply. 8837, Journal.
TAILOR MAN, BY"THE WEEK, I
who can make coats. Also coatmaker. Will \
pay city prices. John Cebulski, Red Wing,
Minn. „ ■
WANTED— WRITER. MUST BE GOOD
window Worker, Will give good man steady
work. Duluth Sign Co., Duluth, Minn.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED—MAN. MUST
be competent and experienced. Apply to the
Lyman-Eliel Drug Co.
MALE HELP WANTED—YOUNG MAN DE
sirous of learning fire insurance business;
good penman; call Thursday morning; bring
references. 200 Oneida building.
I YOU ARE LOOKING FOR something
to do, you should, write us at once, Inclosing {
12 cents in stamps for prospectus and reply '
MUTUAL CO-OPERATIVE HOME CO..
317 Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis. j
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT
is easily obtained by graduates of the Mln
nesota School of Business. 54 3d st S.
LADIES HAVING TROUBLE3"fO~CALirOR
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st S. New book, 25c.
YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH~PREP^
aration for office work or business, go to the
Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens.
A COMPETENT COOK FOR SMALLTfAMT
ily; age, experience, references required. Ad
dress Lock Box 417, Ada, Minn. .
WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL~FOR
general housework. 516 6th ay SE.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages to a suitable girl.
422 Ridgewood ay. -
DAY AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic
Business College, 4% Wash, ay S, Minneapolis. '
Graduates assisted In securing position
WANTED—NURSE GIRL, AT 2115 gTraRD j
ay S. . _^ I
GIRLS. SECURITY ENVELOPE CO., REAR
3146 Portland ay. •
YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
5002 34th ay S, Minnehaha Park. Telephone
457-J3. ' .
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework, at once. 820 16th ay S.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family; easy place; house mod
ern. 2447 Portland ay. :-, - v
WANTED—COMFETENT COOK.AND SEC
ond girl; none other need apply. Good
wages. Address 1704 10th ay N, Oak Park.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing. Inquire 2017 16th ay S.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1218 2d ay S.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK ~ MOD
jem housej_small family. SMS Humboldt ay S.
WANTED—LA DY""BOOkKEEPER"T~STAtE
: experience and salary wanted. 8843, Journal.
YOU CANNOT GUESS the age~of"ladies using
Sattn-Skln ; Cream : and Powder,- for these
give to all j a-, "sweet.: 16" complexion. 25c. ;
\VANTBD—AN ; EXPERIENCED NURSE
i girl to care for children and do sewing. 2218
I Ist ;ay. 1 ..,.-;. ■ ~, * -
32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE
'SV 1' Continued.
HOUSEKEEPER FOR WIDOWER WITH
two boys, aged 7 and 9; experience with chil
dren required; must have good education and
best of references. Address J. S. Green,
Mandan, N. D.
NEW METHOD EXTRACTING TEETH.
Dr. A. E. Brandes, fi2i)' a _Nlcollet_av.__
WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED MARKER
and sorter; also mangle girl. White Steam
Laundry, 925 Washington ay S.
DISH WASHER WANTED AT COLUMBIA
Restaurant, 225 Nieollet ay.
WANTED— GOOD COOK; GOOD WAGES
to right party. Call 1819 Nicollet ay, ait rear
door.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL '
housework in family of three; house modern;
warm room. 2446 Humboldt ay S.
SECOND GIRL ANTD AT 711 6TH ST
SE. Call at once.
WANTED—A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL TO
work in widower's family of three. 3412 Gl
rard ay N. Call after 5 o'clock p. m.
WANTED—GIRL FOR~GENERAL~HOUSE
work; family of two. 1523 W Lake st.
A GOOD GIRL POR COOKING
and general housework, at once. Good wages
to right party. Call 3116 3d ay S.
WANTED—A GOOD GIRL~~FOR GENERAL
housework. 2217 Portland ay.
WANTED—AT ONCE~YOUNG LADIES FOR
light work; good pay. 405, fourth floor, Tem
ple Court, corner Washington and Hennepin.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING
to do, you should write us at once, inclosing
12 cents in stamps for prospectus and reply.
MUTUAL CO-OPERATIVE HOME CO.,
317 Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis.
WANTED— ST. JAMES HOTEL, AT
once, a dishwasher. '
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. 2418 W 22d st, Kenwood.
WANTED— GOOD GIRL R GENERAL
housework; small family, good wages 1814
15th ay S. ■
WANTED—A COOK AND NURSE GIRL AT
4653 Fremont ay S; good wages. Take Bry
ant ay car.
WANTED—A~TRUSTWORTH'Y~~GIR]7~FOR
general housework In small family; very
light work. Call at once at 2401 Aldrich ay S.
33 HORSES, CARRIAGES-SALE
WIDMAYER & PRENDERGAST, 414 3D ST
S,; horses, harness, wagons, buggies, sleighs,
robes, blankets, etc., bought, sold. Largest
line in city constantly on hand. Telephone.
Main 2702 JB.
" ■ SPECIAL SALE OF ~~
$1.60— Blankets—sl.6o.
American Tent and Awning Co.,
125 Ist ay N.
~ HORSES, HORSES, HORSES.
Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul
i ™£ have constantly on hand from 800 to
1,000 head of all grades of horses; part time
given if desired. The finest lot of heavy log
ging hor3es ever brought into the northwest
can be seen at their stables. -
BROWN at n DICKEY, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, Minn., have constantly on
hand all classes of horses. Logging horses
a specialty, and driving horses. If you want
a horse of any kind, give us a call.
I ONE LANDAU OR HACK; ONE ROCK
away; these carriages are in fine shape and
! fur sale cheap, on time. W. C. Buchanan
148 E Lake st.
$30 BUYS BLACK HORSE, WEIGHT 1.00(P '
j city broke; heavy horses, weight from 1400
to 1.600, well broke. 411 sth st S.
' Central Market Harness Co—New and second
hand harnesses, collars. Repairing lowest
prices; whips, all rawhide, EOe. 625 2d ay N.
A MAN WITH 1,250-LB HORSE AND BRASS
mounted harness would like to get work with
some wholesale house. Will work cheap for
the winter. Address 8852, Journal.
GO TO 21 WESTERN AY, ' GET FOUR NSW
shoes ou your horse for $1.20. All work first- i
class.
WANT iSOME MONEY ~FOR THE NEW i
Year, so come, buy a horse. I have several !
I will sell cheap or trade. 506 4th ay S.
1 $15, IF TAKEN TO-MORROW, BUYS FARM
mare, weight 1,100; must sell; goingr away. .
2316 4th st N. ;
i 36^oa^sjlnd^chattels_
! LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, !
furs in storage and warehouse receipts, at
one-half the usual rates. Monthly install
; rnent Loan Co., 825 Guaranty Loan. ,
i LOANS MADE ON SAME DAY AS APPLI- I
I CATION ON FURNITURE, PIANOS,
HORSES, WAGONS, FIXTURES, ETC
' THE GOODS TO REMAIN IN YOUR UN
DISTURBED POSSESSION. OUR OFFICES
I ARE SO ARRANGED THAT YOU CAN BE
1 WAITED ON QUICKLY AND PRIVATELY
; AND NO ONE BUT OURSELVES NEED
I KNOW OF OUR TRANSACTIONS. OUR
PLAN IS THE CHEAPEST, BEST AND
I MOST PRIVATE IN THE CITY. CALL AND
BE CONVINCED. MINNEAPOLIS LOAN
! CO., 601-602 GLOBE BUILDING, 22 4TH «T S
j Open Wed, and Sat, evenings until 9p. mi.
MONEY TO loan7~ " ~~1
i ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, horses
WAGONS, ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE AT
CHEAPEST RATES IN THE CITY EASY
WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED."
CALL ON THE OLD HOME COMPANY
; ESTABLISHED TWENTY YEARS MIN-
I NESOTA MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 306
BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, COR
! NER OF IST AY AND 4TH ST.
RICE LOANS on all kinds of personal prop
erty; charges reasonable. 506 Globe bldg.
PAWNBROKERS—ReIiabIe, reasonable; con
fidential. Har.-is & Goldstein, 239 Ist ay S.
CUFFEL, 506 GUARANTY BUILDING, HAS
money to give away for notes on furniture,
pianos or good security. Easy monthly pay
ments.
37 LOST AND FOUND
LOST—THURSDAY NIGHT, LADY'S SUN
burst brooch; opal center; prongs set with 54
pearls. Reward offered. Return to Journal
office.
LOST OR STOLEN—FEMALE FOX TER
rier pup; color white, with side of head and
ear black; tail bobbed. For reward, return
to corner Oak and Beacon sts SE.
LOST—ONE PAIR BLACK GLASSES AND
chain, be.tween Central market and Hoag ay,
crossing the bridge. Return for reward to
Mrs. Anthony Kelly, .715 4th st N.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—WHITE, BLACK |
and tan ticked setter dog. Telephone 1330 or
return for reward. R. Alexander. 197 Island i
ay.
MONDAY EVENING, AT LYCEUM i
theater, a lady's brown seal pocketbook,
marked F. G. Edinger. Return to M". E.
Wallace, 515 Nicollet, for reward.
LOST—SMALL .FOX TERRIER DOG, half
of head black and brown and spots on back.
Return for reward to W. E. Ford, 2417 H S
14th st. • . i (
39~^1 MEDICAL
ELITE BATH PARLORS, b26 HENNEPIN
ay; porcelain tuba, massage, cabinet and |
medicated baths; experienced lady attendant. '
LADIES HAVING TROUBLES TO CALL OR !
write Dr. Bly, 27 4th at S. Neva book. 25c. I
LADIES, $500 REWARD for a CASE OF
obstinate suppression, any cause, my monthly
regulator fails to relieve; mail; harmless!'
vegetable, safe, sure; how long suppressed. !
Dr. Jackson, R. Co., R 846, 167 Dearborn,
Chicago. . .
MRS. DR. F. McKAY, REMOVED FROM
620^ to 412 Nicollet, room 51, sixth floor; take
elevator. Electricity, magnetism and baths.
41 MINNETONKA PROPERTY
LAKE COTTAGES FOR SALE OR TO RENT '
should be listed with ;
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce Building.
And now is the time to do it j '
LAKE COTTAGES FOR SALE OR TO RENT 1 !
should be listed without delay with :
JAEGER & TORELLE,
310 Bank of Commerce Building. '
42_™^ NOTICI ~
NOTICE—COMMENCING JAN. 2, WILL
reduce prices on entire stock new and un- |
claimed pictures, oil paintings, ovals, por- I
trait frames, room mouldings, picture frame !
mouldings, ovals, glass, and framing pictures '
cheap to keep busy; and, to close out the •
stock, sale will continue until March 1. Get
our prices on framing pictures. Zeabaugh,
II sth st S. Opposite Lumber Exchange. 1
Established 1874.
43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS !
BIDS. WANTED ON MOVING BUILDING, j
Luger Furniture Co., 173 Western ay. <
WANTED—BIDS ON "FOUNDATION OF H
building, 60x170. See plans and specifications M
at office of Luger Furniture Co., 173 Wes- '■
tern ay. - - ■ '
44 _S Rj>°JiAi_
DR. BERTHA SHEPARD, SPECIALIST.
Diseases of women. Office, 407 Nieollet. Tel- ;
ephone M 659. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 5 ;
p. m. Consultation free.
WANTED— EVERY . MAN AND WOMAN
having kidney and bladder troubles to send !
their addreaa for sure cure to 6507, Journal, i
TELEPHONE OR TELEGRAPH ,
the florist, for flowers for 'funerals, weddings
and parties.- ' Orders from out " of town will
have special attention. ,813 Nicollet ay. •■•,.,: f:
The Journal's Daily Puzzle
w^^-z^r^ * B^y jtf * * IPrtXivt^^BOfcLj rail (
-^Byjy ■%p&ifs!&i*vsiwSlr itf^fT^Ci - *-if**^^^»^^^^^^<^Tfr»*»t*~ ' JBSS^sSi } $if3Li3^s^&v^i v '• * I
FOUR SO-DIERS AR_ DESERTING. FD_> -__B fIRNTRY
WHO IS WATOHINQ.
44 . PERSONAL
Continued.
SHAMPOOING, HAIRDRESSING AND MAN
ieurlng. All kinds of hair goods. Miss 01
--sen. West Hotel Hair Store.
DANCING CLASSES — MONDAY AND
I Thursday; children, Saturday at 2; buck wing
and private by appointment. Holcomb's
Academy. 43 4th st S. .
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST IN ALL
diseases of women; all irregularities correct
ed; private home for women before and dur
ing confinement; new book, 25c, all you need
to know. Office, 27 4th st S, third floor.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED. '
i Irregular and suppressed menstruation cured
' quickly; 40 years' experience; good home for
patients. Dr. Wheeler, Globe bid., Minneapolis.
EXAMINATION FREE.
DR. VAN DAMME, PRIVATE DISEASES
ttud irregularities of women. Room 608
Northwestern block, 321! Hennepin. Home,
| -with skilled nurse. Consultation free.
MONE'V LOANED on watches, diamonds and
furs. Lowest rates. H. Bank, 321 S. Wash.
THAT BALD SPOT "
i will be covered with hair if O. K. Chance
j gets a chance at it. All scalp troubles quick
] ly and permanently relieved and cured. Send
: stamp for particulars, or 50c for trial course.
: O. K. Chance, 580 Syndicate Arcade.
j MISS AGNES GORANSBN, FORM_g_Y
! with Miss Nancy Olson, has opened Hair
j Dressing Parlor 709 Masonic Temple. Tel.
! main 2543 LI. __
GENUINE REDUCTION IN~FUR~GbODS—•
Gentlemen's fine fur-lined coats, also sev
eral ladies' fur garments, all scarfs, boas
and muffs, to close out at half price. Reiner,
15 9th st. Telephone, main 2729 J3; T. C, 1835.
WANTED—TO ADOPT A PRETTY BABY
j girl, dark hair and eyes, under 3 years. Ad
j dress 8816, Journal.
j LADIES, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
j nyroyal Pills are the beet: safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamp for particulars. "R«- ,
lief for Ladles" In letter by return mall; st
druggists. Chlchester Chem. Co.. Phils.. Pa.
ANY COMPLEXION WHICH WANTS IM
proving should apply Satin-Skin Cream and
Powder, magical beauty bring-ers. 25c.
WANTED—LADY CORRESPONDENT WITH
some means, under 30, matrimonially in
clined, by business gentleman, opening busi
ness in northwest. Address D. R. Blanchard,
Fargo, N. D. ;
ANNA M. GRISWOLD, 417 MEDICAL BLK.
Chiropody, manicuring, electrolysis for re
moving superfluous hair, moles, warts and
birthmarks. Shampooing, face and scalp
massage.
46 ~ PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAME3 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. .
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALS
A"? IMPROVED
W. A. BARNES & CO., 300-302 NICOLLET
ay. Issue a rental bulletin every Monday.
Call or send for out New Real Eestate Lists.
ABSTRACTS 10 cts. per v umber. Hennepin
Co. Abstract Co., Albert Pnelps, Courthouse.
j 40 UNIMPROVED
••••••••••••♦••♦••••••••••
LAUDERDALE & CO., .
305 Temple Court.
W. H. & F. W. Lauderdale, J. R. Sioane.
Real Estate, Rentals, Loans, Insurance.
Happy New Year to Our Patrons and Friend*.
Watch this Advt for Real Bargains.
I $2,97s—Three houses. 2of 8 rooms and one
j of 9; barn and stone sidewalk; rents for $36.
i 19th ay a and &th st. Come quick if you
I want it.
I $395— East-front lot. 60x128, on Ist ay 8.
near 36th st.
Washburn Park property a specialty.
$1,500—2*6 acres, on Nieoltet ay, near 49th
st; near, Washburn Home.
$300— Lot on boulevard; large -and fine; Just
I west of Nicollet ay. •
j $400—Lot, 102x126, west of Nicollet ay and
61st st; fine residence lot.
$95 to $125 each for lots near Nicollet ay
and 4oth st
$2,100—8-room house; large corner lot; city
1 water and stone sidewalk; Hillside ay N, near
I 16th ay; small payment and monthly pay
ments. '.
—Fine home of 10 rooms, modern, on
I Portland ay; large barn.
$1,550 —Fine summer home, south side of
Minnetonka, of 9 rooms, and furniture valued
j at $300, with shore-front lot, 50x150, thrown In.
I $1,600 for 6% acres, on Milwaukee road,
near Groveland station; shore frontage.
$475— good lots on 22d st near 25th ay S.
• •••••••••••-♦-••••••••••a**
AQ FARM LANDS
STOCK FARM, $5.50 PER ACRE;' 6,000
acres. Meadow will cut 2,000 tens of hay;
balance fine upland. Good farm buildings;
half a mile from school and postoffice. There
are no better tracts for stock purposes. It
would make an Ideal location for a colony.
Becher M. Hungerford. Aitkin, Minn.
TO SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR MERCHAN
dise, 160 acres land, three miles from Boyd,
Minn. Address J. P. Pierard, Marshall,
Minn. " ■ ■
146 ACRES, FRUIT RANCH, ON COLUMBIA
river, Wenatchee, Wash., with running wa
ter from spring and steamboat landing; mild,
healthful section; best for fruit and stock;
investigate this snap. Address J. O. Naslin,
Wenatchee, Wash. .
WANTED—FARMS FOR SALE;CUSTOMERS
waiting. Those wishing to sell, send list at
once. H. Lee Moore, 609 Phoenix block.
WANTED— FARMS FOR CLEAR CITY
property; improved and paying 10 per cent;
will assume mortgage on farm if necessary.
George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix building. *
*« LAUDERDALE & CO. HAVE ONE OF &
♦§ the best farms in Steams county, Mm- *!£
% nesota; 280 acres; improvements cost y£
»Jg over $4,000; swift-running creek runs Jg
% through; two stations within two %
j % miles; good for grain, stock or divers!- J§
j % fied farming. Owner non-resident *g
}*£ Farm all under' cultivation. Price, •£•
•§ $25 per acre. ■ ■ •: yj
♦£»■■•■ 355 Temple Court. - \ii
$750—160 ACRES, SARGENT.COUNTY, N. D.
$750 —ICO acres, Brown county. South Dakota.
$1,000—160 acres, Beadle county. South Dakota.
$700-- acres, Todd county, Minnesota.
$300 —160 acres, Holt county, Nebraska.
$1,300—100 acres, Eddy county, North Dakota,
$2.000 —1-16 acres," Wright county," Minnesota.
$15 an Acre—Solid section, Wright county.
$30 an Acre—36o acres, improved,* Wright Co.
$2,000, : acres for sale and exchange. Big
list. Large salts. Lands are'good prop
erty; better, than any other in vestment'to
day. M. P. Hobart. Phoenix building.
9
ONE GENT A WORD.
Nothing less than 20 centa. If you can't br*«g
your ad in, telephone it to No. 9.
50 REAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE
CASH AND FINE LOTS, WELL LOCATED,
for improved city property; also fine 200-acre
improved stock farm, near Glenwood. for resi
dence. Eighth ward preferred. D&rtt, 807
Phoenix.
SITUATIONS WANTED
51 MALE
WANTED—A POSITION BY AN EXPHRl
enced bookkeeper. Can use machine.- Am
familiar with banking. References fur
nished. Address W. E. Humphrey, Rutland,
Ohio. _
WANTED—BY a YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
appearanca an opportunity to learn the sa
loon business. Address 8728, Journal.
A YOUNG MAN, WITH EXPERIENCE,
wishes position Is a bakery, in or out of
city. Address 8874, Journal. _^
A STUDENT WISHES A POSITION TO
work, either night or day; half time or fall
time. Anything. Address 8870. Journal.
gO FEMALB
WANTED—A PLACE IN A FAMILY TO
help in light housework ana sewing, by a
middle-aged woman. 8800, Journal.
SITUATION WANTED—BY FIR3T-CLAS3
cook; or as housekeeper in private family;
best of references. Address 8809, Journal.
WANTED—BY WIDOW, LITTLE BOY OF 8
years, work as housekeeper. Good references;
need work. Mrs. Nelson, 2605 16th ay 8.
AN EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRA
pher and bookkeeper would like permanent
position. Can furnish first-class references.
Address Stenographer, 291 St. Albana st, St.
Paul, Minn.
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.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE—
Furniture moved, stored, packed, shipped;
best facilities; largest and finest transfer
vans. Office, 200 Nlc. Tel. 1208; res, tel. 22U-L..
57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS
OLD GOLD and silver, bought or exchanged
for jewelry. S. Swanson. jeweler, 120 3d st 8.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for new; we pay
cash for old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay 8.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't eel! before getting, estimates from the
Town Market, 25-27 sth st S. Tel. 1993.
CAR LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coast points, making a
big saving In freight; parties moving to th«
coast should not fall to consult us. The Boyd
Transfer Co., 46 3d «t S. , -
BOOKS, ALL KINDS, BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Goodyear Book Co., 319 Hennepin ay.
CASH FOR PAPER BOOKS, school books and
libraries at Adair's, 20 Washington ay S. >
BEFORE SELLING OR EXCHANGING
your 2d-hand household goods, see Peter
Keith, 115 6th st S, and get estimates. Tel
3217-L2.
59 WOOD AND COAL
HARDWOOD AND PINE, $1.76 UP; TWO
loads, $3.26; coal and coke, $5 up; prompt de
livery. Market Fuel Co., 110 Western ay. TtA,
3582, LI; T. C, 82. • ..- ■
WOOD AND COAL— Best quality; prompt at
tention, lowest prices. Braden Trans, and Fuel
Co., 237 Hen., main 2076 LI. and 1535 E Lag*.
6Q WANTED TO RENT
WANTED— SEATING 800 TO 600, FOE.
ten days' religious meeting; near center of
Minneapolis; about Jan. 20. Address 8881*
Journal. '-
WANTED—ONE OR TWO STEAM OB PUl£
nace-heated furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Gas stove preferred. Address 604
6th ay N. Fred Hahn.
Ql WANTED—REAL ESTATE
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE— EsX
ceptional opportunity for selling. Cash cus
tomers waiting. Wanted—Houses for rant.
O. D. Bortle, 420 Temple Court.
63 MINES AND MINING
FOR SALE— FORCED SALE, LOCO
shares "Copper Crown of Ar" stock, at lie,
to make quick sale; snap. W. F. Qates.
Blanchard building, Los Angeles.
OUR RAMBLER OF WYOMING ~~
adjoins the famous Doane mine. Our No. 1
tunnel at 276 Is in ore; at 400 feet we «xp«ot
to have a large body of high-grade ore. Then
Our Rambler $1 shares will Bell at 60 casts
easy. To crowd work, we are selling a lim
ited amount of stock at 10 cents a soar*.
$10,000 of stock for $1,000.
$1,000 of stock for $100.
$100 of stock for $10.
Send for prospectus and moj>. • "'„',.;■
Charles F. Potter & Co., Investment brok
era, 13 7th st 8. Minneapolis. Minn.
g4 DETECTIVE BUREAU ~
HOY'S DETECTIVE BUREAU-JLLL BUBl
ness strictly confidential; expert service only.
Very best references. 514-515 Phoenix bulld
tng. Both phones. •
65 MOVING ~~ ~
SAF^EsT^oTL^RT^LNiriiE^vT^MACHIin
cry moved; household goods moved and
stored or packed for shipment by expert
packers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co.. 46 M
st S. Telephone Main 656, both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city.'
10c; St. Paul, 15c. 15 7th st 3. TeL IB>B-L ?
67 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON-WORKING AND WOOD-WORKIKO
Machinery—Largest stock in the northwest.
Northern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st 8, Mpls,
74 FURRIERS •.;•;-,.
FUR TANNER-FURS DRESSED IN. FIRST- :
class order. H. M. Taubert. 625 Bryant aT N.
A. -REINER, CUSTOM FURRIER. SEAL
skins and fine furs to order; best- quality,
moderate prices; also a fine line of gentle
men's fur-lined coats, handsome, durable and
light weight, best in the city. 15 »th at I
Telephone. Main 272* J_ Twia Cltf. ; 183*. ..,

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