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HE WILL GO THREE HEATS SURE
B6THE FAIR WILL B E ALL REAYMONDY MORNINGEXTREMEL Y LORATE S G O INTO EFFECT ST., HUG. 29th.
COMTE MONDAYD S53A S D.N PATCW H BEAT asA RECORD
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DAN PATCH WILL BE EXHIBITED S3LA LARGE TENT 2 2 MONDAY ONLY .... EVERYBODY CAN SEE HIM.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Elizabeth H. A. Wallace to Ellen Jacobson,
lot 8, block 1, Excelsior addition. $1,200.
Serena Moe imd husband to Bert Jensen, lot
1, block 3, Holway & Taylor's addition, $400.
- Henry Hornblower et al (executors) to Herbert
C. Klnuev. lots 1 to 10, block 97, lots 14, 15 and
17 block 98. West. Minneapolis, second division,
$050.
Union Land and Improvement company to John
- Krai, lots 14 and 15. block 97, West Minneapolis,
second division, $170.
Henry F. Balch and wife to Horace C. Henry
et al., undivided 1-3 lot 8, Bovey's subdivision,
etc., $5,000.
Mary Connelly to Andrew J. Hegdahl, lot 10,
block i, Lauderdale's subdivision, $255.
Charles J. Ostlund and wife to Brick Hennlg,
lot 8, Eggleston's rearrangement, $250.
Minnesota Debenture Company to George T.
Halbert. lot K, West End subdivision, $477.
Edinburgh North American Investment com
pany, limited, to Adam Hannah, W% lot
block 14, Eliot's addition, $800.
William H. Pitman to Henry G. Gerdsen, lot
20, block 2, Motor Line addition. $350.
Benjamin It. Bain and wife to Fred Miller
Brewing company, in block 105, Town of Minne
apolis, $4,000. ^ ^
I Maria A. Lessing and husband to Catherine
English, lot 7. block 7. Ramsey, Lockwood and
others 'addition, $1,350.
Miles H. McGulre and wife to Margaret K.
Devery, lot 3, block 27, Highland Park addition,
$1,700. .
Agnes R. Bradley et al to Clara G. Davies,
lots 1. 2. etc., block 9, Bottineau's second addi
tion, $1,300.
William O'Kane Hillis to John Crummy, part
lot K. West End subdivision, $1,200.
Emma K. Carlson and husband to Ellen Beard,
lot 6, block 6, Powderhorn Park addition, $2,000.
Fred G. Smith and wife to Josephine A.
Aubrccht. part of lot 9 and lots 10 and 11, block
22. Meeker Island Land and Power company's ad
dition revised, $233.
Charles A. Currie to Caspar Blum, lot 2, block
4, Chicago Avenue addition, $385.
Security Land and Investment company to
Stephen Madlinger, lot 9, block 2, Crepeau's ad
dition. $315.
William A. MoNair and wife to Peter 0 . Rue,
lot 4, block 4, Oriiu's second addition, $1,600.
Frank C. Nickels and wife to Fred G. Smith,
lots 4 to 11, block 22, Meeker Island Land and
Power company's addition revised, $700.
CharleB McBeeve and wife to Clnus W. Swen
son, part of lots 11 and 12, block 87, West Min
neapolis second division, $600.
Security Land and Investment company to
Martha A. Wood, part of lot 2, block 88, EaBt
Side addition, $200.
James H. Hubbard and wife et al to Nick
Rickal, lot 18,'block 10, Oakland addition, $175.
Fred G. Smith and wife to Mary Novak, lots
4 and 5, and part of lot 6, block 22, Meeker
Island Land and Power company's addition (re-
vised). $233.
Adam Hannah and wife to Allette Molln, lot
T, block 14, Elliot's addition, $1,750.
Thirteen minor deeds, $106.
Total, 41 deeds, 828,099.
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BUILDING PERMITS.
Charles Monding, 147-9 Cedar Lake road, frame
factory, $2,0C0.
Clnus A. Anderson, 3823 Lyndale avenue N,
dwelling. $2,400.
Elif Engby, S245 Harriet avenue, dwelling,
SI.800.
Cream of Wheat company, 19-29 Fifth street
5. stixie foundation. SIO.OOO.
Nine minor permits, $1,175.
Total, $1S,O75.
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Ripans Tabules are the best dyspepsia
medicine ever made. A hundred millions
of them have been sold in the United
States in a singfe year. Constipation,
heartburn, sick headache, dizziness, bad
breath, sore throat and every illnessaris-
ing from a disordered stomach are re =
lieved or cured by Ripans Tabules. One
will generally give relief within twenty
minutes. Thefive=cent package is enough
for ordinary occasions. All druggists
sell them. '*'.:,"-::..- " ".-' - .-
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THE ONLY APPEARANCE O F DAN PATCH IN THE NORTHWEST
Bioaest and Best Day of the Fair njir Two Other East Race s on Monday, 2:12 Trot and 2:40 Pace
. . win n . . ttnono f Vniip Lit n.Tlma la tea McHsnrv the noted driver, brine Dan Patch down the stretch at such a terrific fait. Dan Patch is owned by International Stock Food Co., Minneapolis.
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THURSDAY EVENING,
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M.f AUG. 31st, 1903^*
ON MONDAY ONLY
X H Leaves At One* For Hie Many ragagemeate In the Larger Eastera Cities
intell&Snce is almost human. Wherever ho appear, society ladies thronf bis stall, and he is the treat lavsrite of all the children.
BurnsMr. and Mrs. Patrick H., 2009 Lyndale
avenue N,' boy.
LudwigMr. and Mrs. Peter, 1106 Adams street
NE, girl.
GrobmanuMr. and Mrs. Walter G., Swedish
hospital.
CloughMr. and Mrs. Louis H., 8640 Lyndale
avenue. S, boy.
.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
William Skinner and Lizie Seuer.
Otto Podewels and Emma S. Schnider.
Fred fS. Gates and Laura H. Woerner.
Alfred B. Welch and Addle B. Clark.
Frank Dorn and Augusta Anderson...
Henry Dean and Agnes Goss.
John Jacobson and Vinnie. Faber.
Frank Kallgren and Charlotte Gustafsos.
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Charles A. Thedin to Oliver Longe, part lot
5. block 180, Town of Minneapolis, $600.
Susan I). Gale and husband to John Mar
shall, part lot 7, North Shore Cottage acres,
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DEATHS.
RobertsTV. B., city hospital.
MeanesClarence B., 2700 Twenty-sixth ave
nue S.
GrayGeorge, 2706 Seventeenth avenue 8.
Warner-John 8.. city hospital.
LoganLouis Tyford, 118 Willow street NE.
WilsonFountain, 10 E Fourteenth street.
DeschaneMay M., 955 Elghteen-and-a-half
street NE.
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WANTPaeesl2ahdl3'
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS HADE UP FOB
Pacific coast frequent shipments and big sav
ing in freight see us before shipping. Boyd
Transfer and Storage Co.. 40 % 3d St.
THE HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL A8S0CIA-
tlon, 50&-6 Century building, are issuing a bur
ial benefit certificate of $100 to Its members
over 10 years of age and a $50 certificate to
children under 10 yenrB of age at a minimum
cost of 15 cents a month for adults. They
have now a membership of over 5,000, and are
increasing rapidly.
Membership fee only 25 cents.
Write or call for full information. North
western phone, main 2789 J2. Twin City, 2893.
Good reliable solicitors wanted.
ZESBAUGH RECEIVED NEW STOCK MOULD
ings, framed-up pictures close prices on fram
ing and selling pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 5th st S.
COME ONCE, YOU'LL COME AGAIN. DEMP
sie, the Nicollet av photographer, 316 Nicol
let av.
BICYCLES AND AUTOMOBILES
WILL SELL MY RAMBLER AUTOMOBILE, IN
good condition, for $450: Vanstrum, Chamber
Commerce.
CUTLERY GRINDING
SHEARS, RAZORS AN D KNIVES SHARPENED
We grind everything that requires an edge.
Verbecls, practical grinder. 211 4th at S. Mpls.
DYEING AND CLEANING
NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work 724 Hennepin av both phones^
THE PANTORIUM, W . L. WALDH0N, PROP.,
fancy dyer and French dry cleaner renovator
of clothing for men and women two stores
025-7 Nicollet and 630 lst_ av S. Both phones. BIRTHS.
HansonMr. and Mrs. Oliver H., Swedish hos
pital, girl.
O'NeilMr. and Mrs. John, 1229 Western ave
nue, boy.
MullenMr. and Mrs. John J., 214 Third avenue
SE, girl.
GarrityMr. and Mrs. T. A., 1804 Park avenue,
boy.
FinkMr. and Mrs., 1813 Seventeenth avenue S,
boy.
NelsonMr. and Mrs. Charles, 2006 Seventh
street S, girl.
TWIN~CITY DY E WORKS, TH E LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladles' and gents'
clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet-
FURRIERS
ATTEND TO YOUR FU R REPAIRING NOW.
Don't delay. Prices are low, workmanship the
best. A. Reiner, the furrier, 701 Hennepin..
Both, phones.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
ANDTS
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
MoNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY, 810 KASOTA
building. Detective work in all its branches
respectfully solicited. Reference: K. J. Con
roy, chief of police, Minneapolis. Northwes
tern phone. 2790-Jl.
PRIVATE LESSONS I N THE ENGLISH LAN
guage, comprising reading, writing, spelling
and grammar: taught evenings. Address 1436,
Journal.
MACHINERY AND ENGINES
IRON WORKING AN D WOOD WORKING MA
chinery largest stock In the northwest. North
ern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st 8. Minneapolis.
MAGNETIC HEALING
GATES INSTITUTEFOUR OPEBATOBS IN
attendance. Forty to fifty patients daily.
Absolutely correct scientific diagnosis. Send
for free booklets explaining the treatment.
671 to 6S2 Bank of Mpls. Bldg. 302 Nicollet av.
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STATE
EXPECTED TO BREAK THE RECORD
INSTRUCTION
TELEGRAPH AND SHORTHAND FALL TEBMS
open Sept. 7 . one absolutely free telegraph
scholarship given away that date classes
taught by superintendent of telegraph send in
your names and receive catalogue. Wallace
Expert School. St. Paul.
OPTICAL GOODS
HAVE YOU SEEN MEYBOWITZ'S INVISIBLE
bifocal glasses j f E. B. Meyrowltz, expert lens
grinder, 604 Nicollet av.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 929-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGill build
ing, Washington, D. C.
PATENTSPROTECT YOUR IDEAS NO Al
lowance, no fee Consultation free. Est. 1864.
Milo B. Stevens & Co., 861 14th st,Washington.
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIE:
IF YO/U AR E A PHOTOGRAPHER W E CAN
develop, print or enlarge pictures for you in
the best manner, at a moderate cost. W e sell
all the kodaks and best cameras, and all
photo supplies at lowest prices. Send for
price list. E. B. Meyrowitz, Kodak Agency,
604 Nicollet av.
SB
RUBBER TIRES
WE AR E HEADQUARTERS FOR TH E DIA
mond automobile and carriage tires expert
vulcanizing and repairing on all kinds big dis
count on all bicycle tires call and see them.
J. N. Johnson & Co., 915 Nicollet ar.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Beat facilities tor moving and storing house
hold goods expert packers. 200 Nicollet. Both
phones, 1802. Res. phone, T. C , 13824.
FIRi-.-ROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSECLEAN,
separate rooms. 100-12 1st av N. Phones.
BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE
finest vans and warerooms goods moved bv
experienced men. 112 5th at S. Both Tels. 952.
MOVING
THE M. P. D. DELIVERS PACKAGES I N CITY
10c, St. Paul 15c. 619 4th av S. Both tels. 1503.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AN D STORAGE Ex
pert packers for storage or shipment large and
commodious vans for moving. Office 200 Nic
ellet, both phones 1208. Residence, T. 0. 13324.
SAFES, BOILERS AN D HEAVY MACHINERY
moved household goods moved and stored or
packed for shipment by expert packers cars
of household goods made up for the coast fre
quent shipments and big saving in freight.
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co.. 46 3d st S.
STONE, BRICK AN D CEMENT REPAIRING
done on short notice. Man and rig always
ready. We look after chimneys, walls, stone
floors, sidewalks, etc. Prices reasonable. John
E. Layne, stone and brick contractor, Kasota
building. T. C , 2451.
STOVE REPAIRS
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES. GREAT WEST
ern Stove Repair Co., 312 Hennepin av.
C0HE EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSHRAVE
your furnace cleaned and put In order now.
Simms. 411 14th av SE.
WANTEDPARTYVT*) TAKE SMALL INTER
est in manufacturing proposition that nets 40
per cent we prefer a man. who can take
position of asslstantj, manager and give the work
his whole time good salary ^to right party.
578, Journal.
FOR SALESTOCKS OF GENERAL KERCHAN
dise in town of N|y Folden, Marshall county,
Minn. present inventory 'about $2,250 money
order postofflce in connection with store store
building, with r~ --*"-"- -"" * *
sale, or for--
FOB SALEONE-HALF INTEREST I N SMALL
poultry ranch at a 'sacrifice. All thorough
bred Barred Plymouth Rocks and White Wy
andottes.. Address5,307, Journal.*
WANTED-t-PARTNER WITH "$4,000 TO TAKE
half interest in manufacturing business, paying
well want to Increase business. Address 465,
Journal.
:
fflf BUSINESS CHANCES p .
($'?}*$.' Continued.
JKi$&%ty
FOB SALEA FIBST-CLASS BUTCHER Busi
ness In a first-class northwestern town. Rea
son for selling, 111 health. 482, Journal.
JOIN TH E 8YNDI0ATEINVESTORS' AB E
making large profits. Hlgbee, Trustee, Ger
mania Life building, St. Paul, Minn.
FOB &ALE, AT A BAB GAIN, A MODERN
steam laundry. Address Stecre & Co., Huron,
S. D.
FOB SALEA FLOUR HILL I N SOUTHERN
Minnesota, at a great Dargaln. W. J. Schwab,
Clear Lake, Minn.
CASH FOB YOUR BEAL ESTATE OF Busi
ness, no matter wjiere located. Ig you desire
a quick sale, send us description and -price.
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Bank of Commerce building, Minneapolis.
FOB SALE A SHALL STOCK OF JEW
elry fine location for Jeweler population 450
a young man preferred. Address Lewis Fer
nalld, Maynard, Minn.
HAVE YOU SEEN MEYROWITZ'S INVISIBLE
bifocal glasses? E. B. Meyrowitz, expert lens
grinder, 604 Nicollet" av.
ion BALE, TOR CA8K, TIP-TO-DATE 8TOOK
of general merchandise rich farming section,
southern Minnesota, town of 1,100 inhabitants
good location: good business Invoice $7,000
easily reduced to $4,000 going into banking
business a desirable opportunity for permanent
location sales $16,000 last year. Write quick
if interested, to 1231, Journal.
WANTEDTO BU Y OR RENT, 00NFE0TI0N-
ery in good location give full particulars and
price. Address 1270, Journal.
AN OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE LIFE. IN
surance company wishes to secure two good
men. Either in or out of the Twin Cities.
Most liberal contract ever offered to the right
men. Address, 7803 Journal.
STORAGE
THE B0YB TRANSFER AND STOBAGE 00.
has unequaled facilities for moving and storing
household goods expert packing for storage
or shipment. Collective cars of household
goods made up for the coast frequent ship-,
ments and big saving in freight. 46 S 3d st.
PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE, OFFICE FURNI
ture and stock of drugs collections..last year
over $3,000: town of 6,000. Write the N. S.
Collection Agency, 817 Phoenix.
PARTNER WANTED I N WHOLESALE LICIUOB
business in city must have some means. Ad
dress 1357, Journal.
FOB SALEA MITCHELL WHEEL, SECOND
hand has been little used and is in good con
dition will sell for $15. Address 1348, Journal.
BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE EVEBY
thlng complete gasolene engine, trip "hammer
and all kinds of tools, a good location and a
TAILORING
J. D. HINSAW, TAILOR, 627 BOSTON BLK.
New fall goods. New fashion plates.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALEMODERN BRICK HOTEL, 40
rooms, steam heat, good bar trade. In thriv
ing town of Chinook, Mont. population 700
in the midst of a rich stock, country. This is
one of the best hotel propositions in northern
Montana. As to location, business, etc,., we
refer to the First National Bank of this place
or any business man in the country. Good rea
sons for desiring to sell. Address Marsh &
O'Neal, proprietors, Chinook, Mont,
NOTICE FOR SALECONFECTIONERY AND POOL
room am doing good 'business also good rea
sons for selling. ' Address 9953, Journal.
Bitt NE W TOWN ON TH E NEW GLENW00D-
Winnipeg extension of the Soo railroad.
'"- Will be best new town on the line.
A life time chance for business locations,
manufacturers or investors.
Address
RUFUS L. HARDY, General Manager,
Parker's Prairie, Minn.
80 GOOD TIMBER- AND, STONE CLAIMS IN
California, erroneously supposed to have been
in the reserve, now subject to claim .go now.
Write R. R. Johnson, Benson, Minn.
flinn.
ood business. George Goodhart, Gracevllle,
DESIRE TO PUBCHASE FURNITURE AND
lease for term of years good country $2 hotel
35 to 50 rooms must show receipts of $1,000
to $1,800 monthly prefer place with bar. Ad
dress 1369, Journal. .
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE WITH LEASE TO
right party 14 rooms splendid location be in
a position to be independent of salary if nee
essary: have madt good money here, but have
oth^r business Interests. Call for particulars.,
42 7th st 8.
BEST PHOTOS. POPULAR PRICES. DEMP
sle, the Nicollet av photographer, 316 Nicol
let av.
FOR SALE-iA CLEAN DRUG STOCK, EMBRA
cing about $3,000, in good South Dakota town
food.
prescription business. Must be taken by
ept 10. A snap. Address Druggist, care
Lyman-Ellel Co., Minneapolis.
FOR SALEFOR CASH OR ROYALTY, A
good clay bank for manufacturing brick, etc.,
in a Minnesota town of about 0,000 inhabi
tants. Good location and cheap fuel. Box
594, Bralnerd, Minn.
PHYSICIAN, REGULAR, WILL CARE FOR
-practice of doctor away during winter, or will
. consider a. partnership. Address 1427. Journal.
WILL SELL GENERAL STORE, HARDWARE
and furniture stock, also building must be
cash deal no business agency need inquire. Ad
dress 1430, Journal.
FOR SALEDRUG AND JEWELRY STORE, IN
southern Minnesota a bargain if taken at once.
Will trade for good farm lands. Address 1431,
. Journal. .
FOR SALEMEAT MARKET, WITH TOOLS
and machinery, in lively country town. Only
market in town. A good country trade, be
sides town trade. T. G. Winkjer, Brandon,
Minn.
GOOD OPENING FOR RIGHT PARTY I N A
nice country town. Consists of nearly: new
' general merchandise, amounting to $8,500.
Will take a'good farm for part pay. George B.
Dactt, 807 Phoenix building.
ONE OF THE BEST CHANCES TO INVEST
.. $3,500 in a paying, legitimate business best
. of.locations old, reliable .established business
.can easily be handled by any one owner going
ren
the best locatio . _ _
county. For further particulars write to D. B
Bakke, Thief RiTjar Fallsv:Mlnn.
=to .the coast. Easy terms. For furtier par
ticulars call on George B. Dartt, 807 Phoenix
building.
STOCKS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE$7,500
to $30,000 all doing a good, paying business,
and good reasons for selling. - Exchange for
first-class clear lands, and some cash. George.
B. Dartt, 80T Phoenix building.
FOR SALEA GREAT BUSINESS GETTER,
Over 11,000 selected names _and.'addresses, of
: bona fide resident taxpayers in Cfow W&g ,
Meeker, Douglas and Goodhue counties, 25c
per hundred. Address Federal Finance Com
pany, Minneapolis, Minn.
HORSES, CARRIAGESSALE
FROST & CO., SALES STABLES, HEADQUAR-
. ters for the sale of all classes, of horses.- A'
large assortment always on hand. Part time
and guarantee given. 12 2d st N.
LARGE: STOCK SECOND-HAND HARNESSES,
horses, wagons, -buggies, always on hand.
Call and see us for bargains. 414 8d st S.
Widmayer & Prendergast. '*'"
NEW DOUBLE BREECHING WOBX HARNESS,
complete, $18.93 400 set second-hand harness
(all kinds), $2.50 up 170 cowboy saddles, $7.50
up. Midway Harness Co., 1050 University av
St. Paul, opposite horse market!.
JUST RECEIVEDCARLOAD OF MINNESOTA
horses, all weights one of work, weight from
1,200 to 1,700 lbs some "fine drivers among the
offerings sold on easy payments if desired.
Frost & Co., 12 2d st N.
A VE RY FINE BROWN ROAD MARE LEFT
with me for sale, as owner has bought an
automobile.. Bloom's Stable. 218 2d av N.
o o o o o o - o o
o BABBETT & ZIMMEBMAN, ''THE o
o Largest an*' Most Progressive Horse Deal- O
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era ra distinction we have worked- hard o
0 to earn.and of which we are justly proud, b
o Visitors to the state fair.and all others o
o ' are cordially invited to Inspect our large o
o arid commodious stables and loot over our o
o stock. From 500 to 1,000 head constantly o
o on hand. Drivers, business horses, dralt o
o horses, farm mares and mules at prices o
o that defy competition. W e handle only o
o the best. Every horse warranted just aa o
o represented or money refunded. Take.in- o
o terurban street cars from either Minneap- o
o oils or St. Paul. "3AKRETT & ZIMMER- o
o MAN'S Great Midway Horse Market, Mln- o
o nesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn. o
o ooooooooooooooooo BOCKAWAY 0 B COUPE, IN FINE CONDITION.
Price $175. See Dr. Bly, 412 Nicollet av,
third floor, room 8.
FOR BALETOPPY CHESTNUT FACES, 7
years old, sound and safe lady can drive
step In 2:30 harness and rubber-tire top bug
gy, nearly new. Can be seen at 722 Henne
pin ay.
FOB SALESHETLAND PONY, SAFE FOB
children cart- and harness. Will sell for
$123 a snap. 1801 Hawthorn av.
FOR SALESTYLISH BLACK COACH HOBSE.
1,800 pounds, 7 years old sound and gentle.
320 3d av N. Tel., T. C , 2857.
WANT GOOD CITY BBOKE DBIVTNG HOBSE.
202 Oneida block.
MY BLACK H0B8E, 7 YEABS OLD SOUND
weight 1,100 a beauty. Sell right, or er
change for cheaper horse. Come quick. 309
8th st SE.
FOR SALEVERY NICE CARRIAGE HOBSE,
one good work team, also one splendid gentle
man's driver, two Concord buggies, one rubber
tire runabout. 123 12th st S.
TWO CHESTNUT MARES, 5-8 SELL SINGLE
Stanhope, single harness. Dr. H. Nelson, 3d
av S and Washington.
BEFOBE BUYING B E SURE TO GET OUR
prices on new and second-band harnesses, col
lars, fly nets, etc. tepairing. Central Market
Harness Co., 2C5 2d av X.
BOCKAWAY OB COUPE, I N FI NE OBDEB.
See Dr. Bly, 412 Nicollet, third floor, room 8.
FOB SALECONSTANTLY ON HAND, FROM
30 to 50 draft and general purpose horses, fresh
milch cows, wagons, buggies and harnesses
cash or easy payments. Everything guaran
teed as represented. E. L. House, No. 6 E
Grant st.
1,076-LB HOBSE, 9 YEABS OLD, THOROUGH
ly broke to ride or drive open buggy and har
ness, $65, or will sell separate. Also 1,500
lb horse, 8 years old, $80. 4010 Chicago av.
SMALL PACER, SOUND, KIND, NOT AFRAID
of anything. Can go a merry clip. Harness
and open buggy. 3109 10th av S.
ONE GOOD WORK TEAM, WEIGHT 2,300, FOR
$50 cash. Also 14 other horses, weighing from
800 to 1,500 pounds. Cash or time. , 506 4th
av S.
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H0ESES, CAKRIAGESWANTED
CASH TAID FOR HOUSES, HARNESSES, BUG
gies and wagons. Frost & Co., 12 2d s t N.
COWS, DOGS, POULTRY, ETC.
BIRD DOGS FOB SALE, BROKEN AN D
unbroken pointers and setters. ' Also'puppies.
Dr. McKee, Benson, Minn.
FOB SALEONE BLACK GORDON SETTER, 8
years old. Well broken on chickens.. Ad
dress E. C. Leonard, Slayton, Minn.7%^'{il.v '
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The ANSWERS TofT-A
WHY is THE JOURNAL the Unexcelled, Wan
Advertising Medium of the Northwest? . ^
Replies have flooded THE JOURNAL WANT Al
EDITOR, all testifying to the splendid results
received from Journal Want Ads.
The judges have decided on three answers which are
receive the cash prizes amounting to $10. The winners in th
first contest will receive their checks by mail Sept. 1.
The judges after reading the large number of replies, foun
so many worthy of mention, that they suggested the selectio
and publication of thirteen of the answers together withothe:
and the making of this contest more interesting by giving tW
public an opportunity to pick out from the lot thirteen answe
decided upon.
The Journal offers NINE additional cash prizes, $30.00 i
all* to the persons making the nearest guess to the thirteen an^
swers, in the order that they were selected by the judges^
Twenty-six of the many answers received will be published
during the month of August, and from these the thirteen art
to be selected. The person making the nearest guess will receive
$15 the second nearest, $5 the third, $3 the fourth, $2 anc
the next five, $1 each.
In case of two or more persons making nearest guess t
first, second, third, etc., the prize will be equally divided be
tween them.
Each answer will have a printed number for the convent
ence of the guesser, so it will not be necessary to write out th
entire answers.
Simply send in the thirteen numbers from the twenty-si
submitted arranged in the order you think they should go.
Be sure you read them all and wait till all twenty-si:
have been published before sending in your guess. 4ddres
your guess to THE JOURNAL WANT AD EDITOR.
NEW FUBNITURE, CASH OR EASY FAY
ments, 25 per cent cheaper not in high rent
district. Ualnville Bros., 17 to 23 Central av.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND LUMBER, DOORS,
windows, brick and other building materials,
very cheap. .Corner Sth st and 14th av S.
"JEWETT," BEST TYPEWRITER I N THE
world. All makes exchanged. 237 Hennepin.
MINNEAPOLIS WRECKING CO.'S YARD, COR
ner "Washington and 7th avs N. Lumber, win
dows, doors, etc,
BINDING TWINE, MACHINE OILS, AXLE
grease our prices are always the lowest. J.
H,- Smith, 214-216 Hennepin av.
WOOD, DRY $2.50 TO $3.60 GREEN $1.60 TO
$2 factory blocks, $ 2.30 Ply mouth IAr. Co..
237 Hennepin. Phones, M 3845 LI. T. 0 . 2801
COME. EARLY. AND AV0ID-T HE RUSHHAVE
yoiir furnace cleaned arid put In order now.
W. M.. Simms, 411 14th av SE
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES ARE MADE
to sew. That's so. Our new club plan saves
you $5 presenting this ad at the office Insures
a discount if you buy. See the best ball
bearing New Home. 420 Nicollet.
POULTRY SUPPLIES, CHICK FEED, LICE
' powder, incubators. "The Seed Store," Prior
Seed Co., 209 5th st S.
PIANOSBABGAINS I N USED PIANOS FOB
this week. Terms cash or $5 to $lu monthly.
Two upright pianos, $85, $100 Singer piano,
$175 Huntington piano, $225 Crown piano,
$255 McPhaU piano, $290 three square pianos,
$20, $30, $35 new pianos for rent, $3.50 and $4
a month. One year's rent allowed If pur
chased. Foster & Waldo, 36 5th st S, corner
Nicollet.
Number 23.
Journal Want-Ac Editor:
In answer to the question, "Why is The Journal the recognized
Want-Ad medium of the Northwest," would say:
The man who has not found The Journal to be the leading Want-Ad
newspaper of the Northwest has not taken tne best advantage of the
exceptional opportunities presented by The Journal. I have thoroughly
tested the Want Pages of the different Minneapolis papers and have
found to mv complete satisfaction that The Journal is far ahead of the
others,: not*only in the number of replies but in the QUALITY as well.
Yec? Sincerely,
Y0R SALEMISCEIiAITEOTIS
FOB QUICK MEAL STEEL KANGES, GAS AND
gasolene.stoves, C. Herbert Smith, 424 Hen.
SATES, SAFES, SAFES.
Have a carload of new and second-hand, all
sizes and makes. Don't buy before seeing this
Btoclf. Twin City Fixture Co., 223 3d st S.
FINEST LINE OF STANDING, BOLL-TOP,
flat and double desks at greatly reduced .prices
also shpw cases, counters, shelves, cash regis
ter's, bank counters and fixtures, letter presses,
etc. Twin City Fixture Co., 223 3d st S.
AN EDISON MIMEOGBAPH, WOBTH $16, FOB
$7. L. C. Van Norman, 416 Andrns building.
FOR SALEDINING-BOOM 8ET, SIDEBOARD,
eight-foot extension table, six chairs in quar
tered oak, nearly new to be sold very cheap.
65*. .Lyndale av N. flat 4.
AN ALMOST NE W -CASH BEGISTER FOB
for sale at 122 Central a v.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS HARDWOOD
counters and showcases In fine condition. Lewis
bakery. 1009 Nicollet av.
FAMILY LEAVING CITY, CLOSING OUT BED
room sets, rugs, Squire sofa bed, bookcase,
chairs, etc. 2421 1st av S. -
4,000 FEET OF CLEAR WHITE PINE TIM
bers, 10x10 square, various lengths, suitable
for bridge work or house moving timbers
price $35. J- L. Smith, 110 Temple Court.
o
STERLING VENTILATOR HEATING STOVE
a large stove good heater and good condition.
Call 3120 Irving av S.
FIXTURES, SAFES, DESKS, COUNTEB8.
shelving, showcases, wall and floor cases, cash
registers, refrigerators $400 piano at $25 one
at $33: organs at $18 1.000 stoves at half
price. All kinds of window fixtures, clothing
tables, at 1027 "Washington av S.
FINE OLD VIOLINS PUBE SILVEB WOUND
G*and gehirihe Italian violin strings expert
repairing - Rose & Saviers, 41 6th s t S.
INVAXrDS' CHAIRS, RECLINING, FOR SALE
or rent. . Buchstein Co., 608 1st av S^-
REMINGTON TYPEWBITEBS ON BENTAL$3
per-month and up good work and prompt ser
vice guaranteed by our s&perior facilities and
natural interest in the reputation of our ma
chine. Remington Typewriter Company, 4th st
S, Minneapolis. Telephone 1382.
FOR SALEBBOWN WALKING SUIT, BUST
34, skirt 35." $3 also fine gray melton skirt,
length 39.- $2.50. 510 E 14th st
FOB SALEFUBNITUBE OF FOUR BOOMS
and cook stove, $50, and lease of a nine-room
all-modern house, if taken at once. 818 4th
av S.
LABGE ELMHURST COAL HEATER, GOOD
condition, $6 good wood heater, nearly new,
$5. 106 Highland av
FOB SALEONE BEDB00M SET, ONE STEEL
range in good condition. Call at 341 E 18th st
SHOTGUNWINCHESTER BEPEATEB, LAT
est model, strong shooting gun with case, in
best condition, at half price, before Monday.
70 Highland.
FOB SALEEXTBA GOOD GAS FIXTUBES,
window shades and fine steel range telephone.
George J. Backus, 226 Lumber Exchange
NEABLY NEW NO. 9 WHEELEB & WILSON
sewing machine, $15 White, $8.25 Singer, $o
all warranted. Elmer, 710 1st av S.
FUBNISHINGS OF EIGHT-BOOM HOUSE,
ilrst-class condition excellent location to start
boarding-house walking distance price very
low. Inquire Newton, 708 8th st S
FOB ' SALEFUBNITUBE, VE BY CHEAP
conches and chairs, springs perfect moving
into smaUer quarters. 125 E Grant.
MOSLEB BOHMANN SAFE, PEBFECT CONDI
tl6n size 32x36x60 cost oveh $200 price $90.
903 Northwestern building.
SAVE WHILE YOU MAYCHOICE CREAM
ery, 19c dairy, 13c. 15, 17c brick cheese. 10c:
45 bars soap, $1 best tea dust. 15c Young
Hyson tea, 25c fresh roasted coffee, 10c Jars
" wanted. New Butter Store. 91'7 th sf S.
REMINGTON TYPEWBITEB, N0.6 , I N FIBST
clas5 condition, cheap for cash or will rent.
Address 1518, Journal.
BUSINESS SPECIALS
SUPERFLUOUS HA UL MOLES, ETC., PERMA
nently removed by electricity. Miss Holllster,
77-78 Syndicate- block. Pioneer stand of the
northwest. Exclusive specialist. *t* rwtf
^M^M^Miit-fi^M&fn
FINANCIAL
LOANS.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE HOLDING PER
KENT 1'OSIXIOAS WITH RELIABLE C
CERNS, WITHOUT IXD0RSKR OR SE
R1TY EXCEPT YOUR OWN NAME
ALSO,
ON FURNITURE. PiA.NOS, HORSES, W
ONS, ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE. P(
TIVELY NO PUBLICITY. OUR KAIS J
AND ALWAYS HAVE BEEN TH E LOWE
AS i'OU CAN FIND BY COMPARISON W
OTHER COMPANIES. SMALL OR LAI
PAYMENTS TO SUIT BORROWER WE-
LY OR MONTHLY, WITH ON OR BEM
PRIVILEGE, THUS STOPPING ALL. INT
ESJ WE DO -NOT ADVERTISE ON S R.
AND CHARGE ANOTHER. OUR REOt
AND REPUTATION FOR 20 YEARS
SUKES HONORABLE AND CONFIDENT
DEALINGS TO AL U MINNESOTA MO
GAGS LOAN CO., 306 BANK OF COMMEI
BUILDING, COK.NEK Xst AV S AND 4th
CASH I N AN Y AMOUNT.
Don't let advertisements mislead you.
our rates before taking a loan elsewhere
most'reliable place to borrow money om
SALARIES,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
PIANOS,
HORSES AND CARRIAGES,
without removal, for the longest time and
easy weekly or monthly payments. Each j
inent reduces the debt. Quick, Private
Confidential.
MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL COMPANY,
Room 408, New York Life Building.
Get off elevator at Fourth Floor.
MONEY TO LOAN EASY TERMS L
rates. David P. Jones & Co., Oneida build
MORTGAGE LOANSBates low any sums
delay. See us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. L
iVa TO 6 PEB CENT MONEY, WITH X
"on or before" privilege, to loan on imprc
property In Minneapolis and St. Paul. R.
Newport, 808-311 Phoenix building. 60 *tl
S, Minneapolis.
HAVE YOU SEEN MEYROWITZ'S INVISH
bifocal glasses't E. B. Meyrowitz, expert
grinder, 604 NicoUet av.
CHEAP MONEY.
LONG TIME.
EASY
PAYMENTS.
It pays to borrow ot
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.
PRIVATE LOANS. IF YOU WANT
MONiSY AND A FRIEND, TOO, CALL
ON US.
WE- LOAN MONEI
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES,
WAGONS.ETC., without removal from
your possession, located anywhere In
Henrenin county, AT THE LOWEST
RA^ES AND EASIEST TERMS.
SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTE
NO 1NDORSER NO RED TAPE
QUICK SERVICE NO PUBLICITY.
"Call on the Old Reliable
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN CO.,
601-2 Globe Bldg.. 22 4th st S.
Open Monday and Saturday till 9 p.m.
BORROW MONEY.
On your SALARY and FURNITURE WHI
they give ACTUAL REBATE when note Is
before due. Open 8 a.m. to 0:30 p. m. Wed
day and Saturday, open to 9 p. m.
UNION INVESTMENT CO.,
803-304 Lumber Exchange building.
R. D. CONE & CO., 617 Guaranty Bldg., have
hand to loan on improved property, $1,
$1,500, $2,000, $2,500, $3,500 lowest rates.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life B
PRIVATE BANKING. - - SALARY LOA
Where you can get ready money
demand in a business way, same as busii
men do at their banks $10 and upwards c
terms low rates.
GUARANTY INVESTMENT CO.,
807 N. Y. Life Bldg. N. W. Tel., Main 950-
M0NEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE, .:
tail merchants, teamsters, boarding-hou
without security. Largest business in 48 p i
cipal cities. Tolman, 920 New York Life b j
MONEY LOANED ON LIFE INSURANCE: I
icles bought on old tontines or dlstrlbu
policies my value exceeds companies. L."
Van Norman, 416 Andrus building.
WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT L
est rates. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet a
STATE FAIR MONEY.
Cheapest, safest and best place for SAL*
LOANS on your note, without mortgage,
dorser or publicity. "Railroad employe
specialty."
MINNESOTA TRUST CO.,
219-221 N. Y. Life Bldg. Second Fl
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS4 PEB CENT
six months, 3 per cent for three months
4 per cent on book accounts. Minnesota. 1
Insurance and Trust Co. Capital $250,000.
WANTEDIMMEDIATELY, $5,000 800 2
cent guaranteed principals only. Address 1
Journal.
LOANS AND CHATTELS t
LOANS MADE ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FT
in storage and warehouse receipts, at one-]
the usual rates. Monthly Installment I
Co., 825 Guaranty Loan.
BICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PEB80I
property. Charges reasonable. 506 Globe b
WILLIAMS, 617 GUARANTY BUTLDI
loans on furniture, pianos or any seem
Large loans a specialty. Terms to suit
rowers. Lowest prices.
WOOD AND COAL
LIGNITEDBY AND SCREENED, $4-00 I
ton coal Is scarce buy now. Heavy gt
$2.75 slab, $3.75 this year's cut. I
phones. Washburn Coal Co.. 15 4th at 8.
HAVE .BYRON * WILLARD PRINT Xt
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