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IN THE MOUTH
NO LONGER THE POLTTICAIi CEN-
TER O THE COUNTRY.
National Committees Spending Their
Money in the East, and the Windy
Town Politicians Go Hungry
Democrats Will Do Little in the
By W. W. Jermane.
Chicago, Aug. 19.Illinois poli
ticians in both parties are disappointed
because the center of political gravity,
which for two national campaigns was
in the middle west, has been shifted to
the Hudson river. This means the
minimizing of Chicago in the present
campaign, and almost nothing in the
way of campaign money for the Chi
cago faithful. In IS96, and again in
1900. Senator Hanna, chairman of the
republican national committee, spent
money freely in this city. Chairman
Jones of the democratic national com
mittee, altho without a large fund, did
more relatively for Chicago than for
any other section. Leading local men
in both parties had the distribution
of much of this money, and times
were flush for the average political
But now how different! Neither
party has campaign headquarters
here. The republicans have estab
lished a supplemental headquarters,
to look after routine work, such as the
routing of speakers and the distribu
tion of campaign literature, while the
democrats may not do more than to
establish a small bureau for work
amo ng the Germans. Neither will put
any money into the Chicago campaign,
unless the situation here should
change radically, for Illinois will be
as certainly for Roosevelt as it was for
McKinley, and under the new rule of
the republican national committee
states of that kind must expect to look
after their own finanoes.
Chicago got a taste of high political
life in the two last campaigns, and it
is rather difficult for it to get down
to a hog-and-hominy basis again.
The West I Abandoned.
Prominent Illinois democrats be
lieve that the determination of the
democrats not to open western head
quarters means that practically all of
the country west of the Alleghenies
and north of the Ohio will be conceded
to Roosevelt, except that there will be
minor contests in several Rocky moun
tain states. Another indication is the
personnel of the democratic execu
tive committee, which is made up ex
clusively of eastern men. Ail but two,
Senator Martin of Virginia, and Col
onel Guffey of Pennsylvania, are New
(Yorkers. Obviously, if the democrats
were to make a fight in the west, wes
tern men would have been put on the
executive committee. Chairman
Thomas Taggart will have nothing to
do with the large plans of the cam
paign. will be held responsible for
the result in Indiana, and the work
there is expected to keep him busy.
The campaign will be focused in
New York and the adjacent states in
volving In all sixty-two electoral votes,
the states being New York, New Jer
sey, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode
Island. If Judge Parker were to
carry all of these states with Mary
land and West Virginia, he would
have only 227 electoral votes, or
twelve short of a majority. That
would mean that he must have In
diana, also. It is rather up-hill work
for the democrats, it will thus be
seen, and they are a brave lot when
they talk about victory with the
confidence that on the surface has
taken possession of the eastern mana
If, later in the campaign, It is seen
that Judge Parker is likely to carry
New York and some of the states near
it, the campaign in Indiana will take
1 on an interest that will probably bring
to Mr. Taggart much joy. Such a dis
covery would make Indiana the
pivotal state, but if, on the other
hand, it is believed by the republicans
1 th at New York and her sister states
will be for Roosevelt, Indiana, in a
measure, will be permitted to shift
I for herself. Senator Fairbanks, in
that event, would be looked to to keep
It in the republican column.
But no matter how things go in the
east, or in Indiana, Illinois will be aa
completely out of the political cur
rent this year as Minnesota, or any
other republican state. Hence the
long faces which the Chicago politi
cians are wearing.
Chasing Gold Democrats.
The German bureau, referred to
above, is to be established in Chi
cago by the democrats for work
among western German voters, who in
1896 and in 1900 left the democratic
party on the money issue. It is the
theory of the democratic leaders that
this vote will be cast for Judge
Park er this year, under proper man
agement. A similar 'bureau will be
established in the east, and it Is the
plan to reach all the German vote of
The republican committee is watch
ing this phase of the campaign with
great interest. The German vote is
very heavy in several western states,
among them Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Ohio and Illinois.
The entire gold democratic question,
of which the German vote is a part, is
of the highest importance. Former
democrats who twice .voted for Mc
Kinley on the money issue, are numer
ous in practically every state in the
east where the campaign will be hard
est, as well as in Indiana. If they
return to their first love with ni:y
considerable degree of unanimity, the
Roosevelt prospect will suffer. But
should they, as seems most likely, re
main in the republican party in large
numbers, they will not affect the re
sult In any of the states referred to.
The first polls of the east and of
Indiana will pay close attention to this
gold democratic vote.
General C. H. Grosvenor, member
of congress from Ohio, is still chasing
rainbows. He told the newspaper
men in Chicago the other day that
-Roosevelt would carry every state in
the union from the Atlantic to the
-Pacific, north of the Ohio river. And
he said it as if he believed it. Bu
perhaps that is one of the tricks of
the political prophet's trade. General
Grosvenor is spending some time go
ing up and down in Iowa, with Champ
Clark of Missouri, talking politics be
fore Chautauqua assemblies. Clark
,\vas sick for several nights, and Mr.
.'DeArmond, also of Missouri, took his
place. These Chautauqua political
debates are probably very informing
for the hearers, and incidentally they
pay the debaters pretty well. Bryan
is also spending August telling Chau
tauquans all about how to save the
country thru the agency of the demo
Tavraey Will Make Record.
Great things are expected from
James A. Tawney during this cam
paign. I predict that he will come
out to the end of it with a liberal
increase of prestige and reputation.
The speakers' bureau has been cov
ered with barnacles and leeches for
years, men who have outgrown their
usefulness, but who have been kept
,on the payrolls for campaign after
'campaign, because nobody had the
nerve to dismiss them. One of the
first men applying to Tawney for as-
signment 33 a speaker this year was
an old man holding an autograph let
ter from Abraham Lincoln, commend
ing him for party services rendered in
the campaign of 1856. Another was
a man who assisted at the christen
ing of William McKinley. Of course,
all men of this sort are retired and
their places filled by younger ones.
One of the new features is the man
ner of recruiting the list of available
talkers. Responsible men in each
state are asked to recommend four
persons who can make acceptable
In addition, Mr. Tawney is prepar
ing to bring republican congressmen
prominently into view. This cam
paign will be the first in which re
publican house members have been
in large numbers at the disposal of
the national committee for work out
side their own states.
These two invitations made by Mr.
Tawney are typical of his work all
along the line. He has made a fine
beginning, and men familiar with the
work at national headquarters say he
will break all records in the speakers'
Fortunately, Mr Tawney will be
able to give his entire time, practical
ly, to the work, for he will have no
opposition at home for renomination,
and no oDposition worth mentioning
at the polls. I is his purpose to go
home the latter part of the campaign
to make a line of speeches in his dis
trict, just to let the district know that
he has not forgotten it.
SUPREME JUDGES GO LAST
SECRETARY O STATE WTLll FOL
LOW PRECEDENT IN MAKING
THE STATE BALLOT THIS
Candidates for the four places on
the supreme bench will be placed on
the foot of the ballot this year as
usual. The nominees will go on the
ticket in the following order:
Governor, lieutenant governor, sec
retary of state, state treasurer, attor
ney general, railroad and warehouse
commissioners and justices of the su
The general election law does .not
provide any order for the ballot, and
custom governs. Th primary election
law puts district judgeship candidates
at the head of the ballot, and two
years ago the county auditor of Ram
sey county carried it out to the gen
eral election. There were no supreme
judges elected two years ago. Secre
tary Hanson and his assistant, J. J.
Lommen, do not see any reason for
changing the established order at the
-New State Bank. ^^4^
The J. P. Wallace state bank of
Pelican Rapids has been authorized to
do business on a capital stock of $10,-
000. J. Wallace is president of the
institution and J. J. Fleischer cashier.
Japan has a written history extending
over two thousand five hundred years.
Minneapolis is known to the trade as a good cigar town
a town, where good cigars are smoked and appreciate^.
In some towns smokers inquire first about price, about
But Minneapolis smokers/ so the trade says, know what
is good. They appreciate quality.
Something entirely new and interesting to every smoker
in the Flour City will be shown to-morrow, when we open
a United Cigar Store, the first in Minneapolis, at
tEx. Sunday. 'Phones N. W. 1134. T. O. 11*
C. St. P. M. & O.
Ticket Of flee. 600 Nicollet Av. Phone, 240 Main.
Ex. Sunday. Others dally.| Leave. Arrive.
Chicago. Mil.. Madison
Chicago "Fast Mail"
ChL. "Atlantic Express"...
Duluth. Superior. Ashland..
Elmore, Algona, Des Moines.
Su City, Omaha, Kan. Cy..
Mitchell Sioux Palls
SK Olty. Omaha. Kan. City
7 30 pm
Minneapolis & Si. Louis R. R.
424 Nicollet Avenu e.
Telephone Calls225 N. W. 002 T. C.
Leave. xDaily. aEx. Sunday. Arrive.
a 8:37 amiWatertown and Storm Lutein 3:15 pm
a 9:35 am|..Omaha and* Des Moinfts. a 7:10 pm
6:15 pmj.Estherville and Madison..! 10:00 am
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I (Chicago and St. Louis)
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8:35 pmlOmaha & DesMoines Limitdlx 7:25 am
CITY OFFICE: Fifth and Nicollet. DEPOT: Washington
and Tenth Ave. South. PHONE: Main 264,
Ex. Sunday. Others Daily. Lv. Mpls
8 00 pm
10 45 pm
10 20 am
7 iO am
7 65 am
4 55 pro
4 35 pm
Chicago=anCi East, Dubuque
Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha
Chicago, Des Moines. Kansas City..
Kansas City, St. Joseph. Des Moines
Omaha, Ft. Dodge, Austin
Rochester, Red Wing,
Maultato, Faribault. Northfield. i
Dodge Center. Hayfield
10 20 pm
8 00 am
8l0prir 810 pm
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10 55 am
Leave 8 a. m. and 7:05 p. m. daily.
Arrive 8:50 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. dallr.
St.Paal for St Louis
and intermediate points Friday, Aug. 19, at
For foil Information regarding passenger and
freight rates address HARRY CLARK, General
Agent, office, foot of Sibley street, opposite
Union depot, St. Paul. Both telephones. No. 93.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
412 NICOLLET AVENUE
Here we will show the cigar qualities and cigar values
that have built up our great retail system of hundreds of
successful stores, a chain of stores embracing the prin-
cipal cities of the United States.
We buy direct from grower-manufacturers in million
lots. Our purchasing power is greater than that of any
dozen wholesalers combined.
This enormous direct buying and direct selling, cutting
out every "in-between" profit and expense, means better
cigarsbetter by 30 to 50 per cent.and more uniform,
More than 150 million cigars are sold over our counters
direct to smokers every year. We offer this to show that
we are able to supply you the precise quality, size* shape
and shade that you like best.
August or January, or any month between, you will find
United Stores cigars uniform in quality, maturity, fresh-
ness and aroma.
AH qualities of cigars, always in perfect condition.
The Largest Cigar Retailers ih the World.
Fargo and Leech Lake
NORTH COAST LIMITED B^e "10.45
Fergus Falls, Dakota and
Pacific (Express via
Always somebody right at the
receiver listening for your Journal
"Want Ad"so just tell it to
"Main 9" and the end of your
"Want" is in sight. Only ojie
cent a word/*
Journal "Want Ads are the
most profitable result-producers in
the northwest. Only one cent a
WHITE STAR LIN
FAST TWIN SCREW STEAMERS,
of U,400_to_15,000 tons.
Boston, Queensiown, Liverpool.
ORETIC Aug. 25REPUBLIC Sept. 8
BOSTON DIRECT TO THE
Romanic .....Sept, 17 Canopic ......Nov. 19
Canopic Oct. 8 Romanic Deo. 10
-Oanopic Oct. 8 Romanic Dec. 10
Romanic Oct. 29 Canopic Jan. 7
First class $05.00 upward.
For plans, etc., apply to
O E BRBKE, N W AGT
121-123 3d st S, Guaranty Building,
PLYMOUTHCHKliBOU KG SO UTH AMPTON.
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
NEW YORKLONDON DUtEC'T.
PORTLANDLlVKUfOOL. short sea passage.
NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, VIA BOULOGNE.
RED STAB LINE
SPECIAL NOTICECalling at Dover for Lon
don and Paris, the large new twiu-screw steam
ships of the Red Star Line call at Dover, Eng
land, both east and west bound.
WHITE STA& LINE
O. E. BRECKE, N W. P. AGT.,
121-123 3d st S. Guaranty Bids, Minneapolis.
Fast Twin-Screw Passenger Steamers Direct to
Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
With Russia and Germany.
A. E Johnson & Co., 10 Washington Av. S.,
LYMAN-ELIEIi DRUG COMPANY
Household goods a*specialty. U*-
qnaled facilities and lowest rate*
Picking by experienced nea.
WANTEDUNFURNISHED FLAT OF ABOUT
four rooms by young couple no children flat
must be modern, near car line or walking dis
tance rent not to exceed $25. References.
Address 6760, Journal.
WANTEDFURNISHED HOME OF 8 OR 10
rooms, within five blocks of Doujlas school,
for# a term of 10 or 11 months, beginning
Sept. 1. Satisfactory references furnished. Ad
dress 7404, Journal.
I HAVE GOOD TENANTS WAITING FOR
houses and fiats, modern or partly modern
send full particulars satisfaction guaranteed.
L. L. Sutherland, 503 Oneida block.
WANTED FLAT OF SEVEN OR EIGHT
rooms lent not abdve $40 lease from month
to month walking distance no children four
adults. Address 8167. Journal.
FOUR-ROOM FLAT, MODERN, OR FOUR OR
five-room modern house in North Minneapolis,
near Washington av state price. Two adults.
Address 8132, Journal.
WANT TO RENTSEPT, 1, MINNEAPOLIS,
house or flat, modern, seven or more room.
good locality reasonable. Box 143, Clear Lake,
THREE OR FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
small family for light housekeeping can give
best references. Call either telephone 583.
WANTEDROOM, WITH OR WITHOUT
board, by young gentleman in business, desir'-.
ijigjiuiet^Jiomelike place. 8216, Journal.
WANTEDTO RENT FURNISHED FLAT
Sept. 1 three adults best city references.
Aadress- 8100, Journal.
August 19, 1904.
housekeeping in Calhoun locality by an elderly
lady. 8098, Journal.
WANTEDLISTINGS OF FARMS AND LANDS,
city property, improved and unimproved, will
be well advertised and pushed until we secure
buyer. Acme Realty Co., 324 Andrus bldg.
CASH PAID FOR SMALL COTTAGES NOTH
ing but bargains for which will pay cash quote
net price, describe fully, otherwise don't
answer. Hobart Land Co.. Phoenix buildin
WANTEDFOR PURCHASERS, GOOD INCOME
property, $2,000 or over also bargains in
lots in Remington's Second and elsewhere.
John R. Appleby, 537 Andrus building
WANT TO RENT OR BU ONE TO TEN
acres improved easy access to twin cities.
'W. O. Kinsijian, S0G Pioneer Press bldg, St.
__MAGOTTICJB[EALIim^_ MASSAGE, VAPOR BATHS AND MAGNETIC!
treatment all diseases of men and women.
Dr. Lillian Grow, 475 Syndicate Arcade.
ZENO MILLER INSTITUTE OF MAGNETISM
aud Suggestive Therapeutics treats all mental,
nervous, chronic diseases. 020% Nic, room 41S.
GATES' INSTITUTE, 682 BANK OF MINNE
apolls building. 302 Nicollet consultation free.
JOBBING I N STONE, BRICK AND "CEMENT
work and chimneys repaired. Do any kind of
mason work. Phone T. C. 2451. John E. Layne,
contractor, 12% 4th st N.
W. S. BAYLEY & SON, PLUMBING AND
heating, sewer and water connections. 107
Postofflce court and 3027 Nicollet. Both
^PEWTOGRAJgDO^UPJLJffiS^ ORDER KODAK SUPPLIES FROM US MAIL
Send your film In to be developed. Ask for
photo material catalog. The largest house in
the west. O. H. Peck Co.. 112-118 5th st S.
Transfer & storage Ca 46 So. 3rd R,
THrntwmwi Mala Htett
Invest your money where you
get the best results. If you invest
in Journal "Want Ads" you will
find they pay big dividends.
Want Pages 16 and 17
^HORSES AND CARRIAGES
A FINE FAMILY MARE, WEIGHT 1,350
pounds, afraid of nothing a child can drive
her one Hue two-seat trap, just out of the
palut shop, good as new one station wagon,
used but a short time, practically brand new
one stanhope and two sets of harness got the
automobile fever aud will sell the above,
whole or in part, cheap for cash. A. W.
Paris, 1834 Fremont av S.
HACKS, BROUGHAMS AND HEARSES DON'T
fail to see our large display at the state fair
also our large line of second-hand ones at No.
6 E Grant st, Minneapolis prices right easy
terms. II. G. Ooosmau, agent Ridule Coach
aud Hearse Company.
DR. EATON'S DISTEMPER CURE WILL Posi
tively cure coughs, colds, pinkeye, lung fever,
influenza, sore throat in horses and milk fever
in cows $1 per bottle. Removine Chemical
Co., 13 Kasota block, Minneapolis.
FREEREMOVINE CHEMICAL COMPANY
will examine your horses free of charge, at
their office, or will advise by letter send
particulars of each case plainly written. 13
Kasota block, Minneapolis.
FROST & CO.,
Largest assortment in the city of all classes
of horses always on hand. Part time when de
12 Second Street N
FINELY BRED COACH TEAM, BROUGHAM
Victoria, coupe together with all harness and
equipment owner leaving city will sell
%cheap. Wyyell & Harrington, 402 Andrus bldg.
FOR SALEA GOOD 1,200-LB BA HORSE,
black points, thoroughly city broke good car
riage horse or single driver hitch with weight.
Also good two-seat surrey. 2801 Stevens av.
BUYlflsLACK HORSED WORTH $100
sound and true weight 1,300 pounds will
take in good cow. Call any evening this
week after 6 p.m. 3820 Portland av.
PERFECT FAMILY HORSE, AGE 9, WEIGHT
1,050, nearly new top buggy, cost $75, a:*
harness $95 takes the whole outfit or seft
separate. 3529 Dupout av S.
FOR SALE CHEAP1,100-POUND DRIVING
mare fine style and gait pneumatic tire bug
gy, harness and buggy pole all must go
quick. 1725 Knox av S.
HORSE, HARNESS, RUNABOUT, BLANKETS
and all stable belongings, stove must be sold
today price, $125. Call at Parcher's Livery,
40 7th st S.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN, MIDWAY HORSE
Market, St. Paul, have the largest assortment
of horses in the northwest. Part time given
IF "YOU HAVE AN HORSES TO SELL RE
member thtt Barrett & Zimmerman, at Mid
way. St. Paul, are always ready to buy and
FOR SALEA GOOD 5-YEAR-OLD HORSE,
weighing about 1,300 sound in every way
call tonight and tomorrow at 1017 Sth st S.
FOR SALEFINE DRIVING OUTFIT, SOUND,
gentle, 9-year-old mare and stylish runabout
will sell cheap. 2308 Aldrich av S.
FOR SALEOR EXCHANGE FOR DRIVING
horse. 7-year-old work horse. Call 702-4 Bos
HORSE, HARNESS AND RUNABOUT FOR
sale cheap. Call Parcher's Livery. 40-7th st S.
FOR SALEA DOUBLE CARRIAGE, NEARLY
as good as uew. 2927 1st av S.
^OWS^JDOGS^AND^POULTRY FOR SALEONE WELL-BROKE IRISH SET
ter dog also Parker hammer less shotgun,
nearly new will sell cheap for cash. Paul
Giesel, Winnibago City, Minn.
FOR SALEPOINTER AN SETTER BIRD
dogs, trained and untrained, cheap the best
of breeding also puppies, right aga to train.
Benson Kennel, Benson, Minn.
FOR SALEJERSEY COW WITH CALF AT
her side must sell a good milker. Barrett
& Zimmerman, Midway Horse Market, St.
Paul, Minn. ^OWDNCEMENTS^
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD
goods to Denver, Spokane and Pacific coast
points frequent shipments and lowest pos
sible rates. Write or call on The Boyd Trans
fer & Storage Co., 46 3d st S. Both phones-.
ZESBAUGH'S PICTURE SALE, ALL AUGUST,
and framing pictures cheap to keep busy 1.000
new Minneapolis souvenir plates, made in Eng
land, 50c mirrors,' ovals. 11 5th st S.
FOR SALE1903 HAYNES' APFEARSON
standard automobile, 12 horsepower. In first
class condition run less than 500 miles.
Winston & Walker. 15 7th st S.
35 A WEEK AND EXPENSES TO MEN WITH
rigs to introduce our poultry goods. Javelle
Mfg. Co., Dept. 76. Parsons, Kan.
BOARD AND ROOMS
FOR RENTFURNISHED ROOM, WITH
board all modem house, steam heat and bath.
Mrs. Pelton, 1022 Hawthorn av.
HOTEL WAVERLYSEE WHAT W E HAVE
before you settle. Single, suites, private
HOTEL CLINTON, ROOMS. WITH OR WITH
out.board elevator service. Grant and 4th av.
VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS, ONE ALCOVE,
corner steam heat sunny with board. 1321
5th av S.
MADAME MARIE PERCY,
1020-1022 Hcntiep.n av. Phone. T. C. 3124.
The best knojvu palmist, astrologer and psy
chic in America. To:is your past, present aud
futui'c. cljcct )t .vtur call. Teaches personil
magnetism shows you "now to improve your
condition and gain happiness. Satisfaction
MR. KHIRON, PALMIST AND PSYCHIC, WILL
give his $2 life reading for 50c "time lim
ited" he tells if your frieiids are true or
false gives reliable information on all under
takings teaches you the power to influence
others. 38 8th st S. between Nicollet and
Hennepin avs. Hours, 10 to 9 p.m.
YOU CAN E INSTANTLY RELIEVED AN
permanently cured by llelga, the Healer, 1010
7th st S can name plenty of living testi
_^5IN^^N^CLEANJETO_ TWIN' CITY DY E WORKS, THE LEADING
French dry cleaners for ladies' and gents'
clothing and all household goods. SI 6 Nicollet.
FOR NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY
cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phonej.
McNTTLTY DETECTIVE AGENCY. 210 KASOTA
bldg. S. J. McNulty, Mgr. Detective work
in all its branches. References, police head
quarters. Minneapolis. N. W. phone.
SELECT YOUR FURS NOW. W E HAVE LARGE
stock of finest skins on hand 25 per cent dis
count on orders placed now redyelng and re
modeling furs stored and insured lowest
rates both phones. A. Reiner, practical fur
rier. 30 years' experience. 701 Hanuenin av.
THE CALIFORNIA TRAGEDIAN, RICHARD
Foote, prepares pupils for the operatics or
dramatic stage, pulpit, platform or parlor
special terms for coaching officers or fraternal
organizations in ritualistic Work first-class
talent furnished for church and lodge enter
tainments. Amateur plays directed. Hours
10 to 4. Studio, 620% Nicollet. Telephone
Main 2218 J.
WILLIAMS, 617 GUARANTY BUILDING,
loans on furniture, pianos or any security.
Large loans a specialty. Terms to suit bor
rowers. Lowest prices.
RICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL
property. Charges reasonable. 50(5 Globe bldg.
XF YOU AR E LOOKING FOR A NICE FARM
home near Lake Minnetonka, see me. I have
few bargains. A. Bildsten, 2427 Colum
IF YOU WANT LAKE MINNETONKA PROP
erty, write A. S. Apgar. Excelsior, Minn.
Property catalogue and Minnetonka map free.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, Patent Lawyers
and solicitors main office, 920-935 Guaranty
building, Minneapolis Minn. 52 McGill buiiu
Ing. Washington, C.
PATENTS48-PAGE BOOK FREE: HIGHEST
references. Fitzgerald Co., Dept. !S6, Washing
ton. D, O.
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA"
chinery large stock 2d-hand and new. North
ern Machinery Co., 217 3d st S, Minneapolis.
REAL ESTATE^FOR SALE
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WE WILL FURNISH THE MONEY TO
BUY.OK BUILD for you. O fe
ANY AMOUNT, ANYWHERE, ANY TIME,
Payments very EASY.
LESS THAN RENT.
You may as well own your own home.
CALL AND INVESTIGATE.
AMERICAN REAL ESTATE INVEST-
O: MENT LOAN CO.,
602 ONEIDA BUILDING.
FOR SALE OR RENTIN SOUTHEAST Min
neapolis, within reach of two street car lines""
aud university near public school and park,
.len-room house with combination heat, self
regulating tnermostat, porcelain bath, etc.
two full iots, barn, shady lawn, flower yard,
garden and chicken-house, the whole fenced in
with a tine lattice fence will sell on reasonable
tcrnm: or will rent seven or eight rooms pre
fer small family, no small children. Address
D. L. Bubcock, 1041 12th av SB, Minneapolis,
or call and see the place and owner and jou
will be more than pleased. Lea\o Como-lnter
urban car at Conio._ and 15th av, walk back
on Conio to 12th av and turn north and it is
the fourth house fronting east.
THESE AR E A FE W SPECIAL BARGAINS
that are being sacrificed, and in order to test
the value of Journal advertising will only be
offered thru this medium. These houses will
be continually advertised until sold:
3705 Pleasant av. 9 rooms... $1,450
3701 Pleasant av, 0 rooms 1,575
3048 23d av S. 10 rooms l.fcOO
208 W 291/2 st, 9 rooms 1,200
3242 Aldrich av S, 6 rooms 1.000
2745 Chicago av, 8 rooms 2,410
3250 Hennepin av, corner 33d, 9 rooms.... 1,900
1031 Morgan av N, 7 rooms 1,800
2420 5th av S 1,350
EDMUND G. WALTON,
300 Hennepin Avenue.
$1,100HOUSE, 1007 ALDRICH A N, A
charming little home of seven rooms, newly
painted and papered throughout city water
in kitchen good cistern fine trees sidewalks,
etc. newly painted white on the exterior. See
me at once if you want easy terms. Don't
bother inmates unnecessarily. Edmund G.
Walton, 300 Hennepin av.
FOR SALE OR LEASER. R. TRACK
age. corner, 198x157 to 20-foot alley, with
exclusive railroad trackage. Also conTe
nient to depots, mills, etc. Terms to suit,
Thorpe Bros., Andrus building.
FOR SALETHREE SEVEN-ROOM HOUSES,
large lots, city water, stone walk, near car
line and school, rent $15 mouth will sell $200
down, balance ?20 monthly payments, houses
in flue repair. Josiah Thompson, 703 North
western building, city.
LARGE CORNER LOT AND BUILDING LARGE
enough for several families offered for half
its value next three days. Call 2516 W 21st
st and inspect. Owner on premises. Must
sell. Only $1,200 cash required.
2,300FOR SALE OWNER, A N 8-R00M
house and barn, large east front lot, citj, well
and cistern water, gas, stone walks, fine shade
trees and shrubbery also fine lawn eighth
ward. 2704 Garfield av.
ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WITH RECEPTION
ball brand new for sale or trade for good
team or anything I can use price way down
low. Call 3958 Bryant av N, Sunday or any
day through the week.
IF SOLD THIS WEEK I WILL TAKE $4,800
for a new house that cost $4,200 to build on
a lot worth $1,500 $2,000 mortgage need
cash immediately. Address 7820, Journal.
THREE U. S. INSTALLMENT REALTY CON
tracts for sale for what I have paid in and
0 per cent interest. They are 20 months old.
SI 18. Journal.
FOR SALEGOOD MODERN HOUSE, SOUTH,
east. Large lot. Within three blocks univer
slty campus. Apply 18 Chamber Commerce.
FOR SALECHEAP OWNER, 14-ROOM
house, big lot and barn. Inquire 215 11th st S.
FOR SALENINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
with bam. 3124 Lyndale av S.
FOR SALEBEAUTIFUL SITE FOR RESI.
dence or flats, lots 19 and 20, block 6, Sunny
side addition to Minneapolis. T. R. Foley Co..
DAKOTAH FOR WHEAT.
DAKOTA FOR WHEAT.
DACOTAH FOR WHEAT.
Crowds are going to get FREE HOMESTEADS
worth $2,000. W have 100,000 acres adjoin
ing the Homesteads for $10 an acre, easy
terms. Free coal, rich soil, excellent water,
good schools and churches. A few years'
cultivation and these lands will be worth $30
to $50 an acre. Come join the County Seat
colony. Write for maps. Wm H. Brown
Co., Mandan, X. D-, or 131 LaSalle st, Chi
FOR SALEFARM OF 40 ACRES OF CHOICE
land 2a acres cleared with good farm house,
large barn, chicken coop, roothouse, etc. good
water, jrood schools and near prosperous town
farm situated three miles from Park Falls, on
fine road. Will sell for $1,200 as I have in
terests elsewhere. J. K., Box 1S6, Mellen,
RESERVE, WISCONSIN, ON SOO LINENEW
town just platted beautiful location on lakes
fine surrounding country ideal location for
summer home good business openings special
indusemeuts for commercial and summer hotel.
Address George M. Huss Laud Co., Birchwood.
12,000 ACRES OF EXCELLENT TIMBER AND
meadow lands in Aitkin and Crow Wing coun*
ties, in tracts* to suit the purchaser, at $6 to
$9 per acre easily cleared strong, rich soil
delightful climate. Henry M. Troy, 502 Guar
FOR SALEA GOOD 160-ACRE FARM FOR
$S00, Hughes county, South Dakota only 30
miles from Pierre. R. J. Nelson, 3755 Cot
tage Grove av. Chicago, 111.
CUBAN LANDS, $25 A N ACRE $8 DOWN,
balance long time will pay for itself semi
for book. W. W. Williams, room 15 Kasota"
FOR SALE4,000 ACRES LAND I N GROW
Wing and Cass counties, suitable for farming
reasonable prices easy payments. T. R. Foley
Co., Aitkin, Minn.
$13 PER ACRE, EASY TERMS, 221 ACRES,
near Hush City will take some Minneapolis
lots as lirst payment. Thomas Watts, Phoe
FOlTsALE^EIGHTY ACRES, HEAVILY TIM
bered, mostly maple only one mile from
town $20 per acre. P. R. Thielman. St.
?200A FINE TIMBER LAND, AITKIN COVN
ty, Minn. improved quarter, Redwood coun
ty, Minn. price right. D. B. Herriott, Mason
HOMESTEADS ON THE ROSEBUD RESERVA-"
tivu send 50c for large stctional map and
full information to Bonesteel State Bank. Bone
FOR~ SALE640 ACREsToF GOOD LAND 1U
the western Dart of North Dakota prices and
ti'rius right. Carl O. Jorgenson, Bismarck,
FOR SALEA FARM OF 160 ACRES I N ROB
erts cointy South Dakota, one mile from good
town, at a bargain. Address Box 22, Beroun,
CHOICE ACRE TRACTS NEAR MINNEAPOLIS
two acres up to 360 prices $25 and up. L.
L. Sutherland, 503 Oneida block.
CALIFORNIA HOMES," bargains, all districts.
Acres $20 up. F. L. Thresher. N. 5 Life.
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
has ur.equajed facilities for moving and storing
household goods expert packing for storage or
shipment reduced freight rates to the E'acinc
coast on bcusebold goods or emigrant movables.
Ficqaent shipments and lowest rates. Office,
40 3d st S.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PACKED. MOVED,
stored or shipped: satisfaction assured lowest
car rates to Pacific roast. Write or call. Caa
save von inonoy. Minneapolis Transfer and
Storage Co.. 122 Sth st S. Both phones.
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Ex
pert packers for storage or shipment large and
commodious vans for moving. Office, 200 Nicol
let both phones 1208. Residence, T. 13324.
BENZ^BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE
finest vans and ware-rooms goods moved by
experienced men. 112 Sth st K. Both tels. 952.
REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES GREAT WES
tern Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepin av.
FOR WOMEN ONLY.
DR. R. G. RAYMOND'S Monthly Regulator
has brought happiness to hundreds of anxious
women. No pain, no danger, no Interference
with work relief In 3 to 5 days. We have
never known of a single failure. Mall order*
promptly filled. Price $2.00. DR. R. G. RAY-
MOND REMEDY CO.. 84 ADAMS ST, CHI-
DR. HEINEN GIVES VITAPATHIC, ELEC
trical, massage, chiropractic treatment for
backache, nervous disorders, kidney, bladder,
stomach, piles, female diseases, rheumatism,
or general run-down. Call 1017 First avenue 9
MRSTTOR, F. G. McKAY, REMOVED TO NO.
7th st S, between Hennepin and Nicollet
treats chronic diseases, rheumatism, neural
gia, scitica, lumbago and weakness of all
kinds. 9 a.m. to 5) p.m.
MEDICALMRS. DR. HAUGEN. MASSAGE
physical culture. 803% Hennepin, third floor.
FOR^ALE^WALL TENT, 12x14, USED BU
a short time. For particulars Inquire at 281