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DAVID BBIX. President. A
$4675No. 2302 Fremont
N. New, modern T-room
VJ- JAMBS B. SUTHERLAND, Treasurer.
111 SOUTH FOURTH STREET.
Money to loan on Improved city real estate at lowest rates with partial
payment privilege. Let us write your Fire Insurance.
2318 5th Ave S. City
water and sewer. Will consider
$4 8 50No. 601 Forest Ave.
Strictly modern residence, walk
$2300No. 904 University Ave.
SE. House of 8 rooms and bath,
$650No. 1711 6th Ave. N.
House of 5 rooms, renting for $s.
$3250No. 3109 Garfield Ave.
New modern house of 7 rooms
and bath. Easy terms.
$2600No. 2623 18th Ave. S.
New house of 6 rooms and bath,
modern but heat. Terms.
$2700No. 3124 Stevens Ave.
House of 9 rooms, gas, city
water, basement. Good lot.
$4000No. S040 Chicago Ave.
Modern 8-room house,
front lot. 55x123.
$4675No. 3528 Nicollet
Modern, 8 rooms, ,*arn
fine lots, 80x190.
These apartments are of two and three-room suites, and are entirely
separated from each other by a fireproof brick wall, which is also sound-
proof. There are fifty individual flats with bath for each. Elevator serv-
ice, cafe in basement. .Will be ready for occupants Oct. 20. For further
I. H. EDMONDS
23d AVE. N. B.Water and Sewer in street.
Only $325 for
WALTER A. BQCUJBSTON, Secretary.
ell Inv'st Co
trie Co. now assures us that Elec
tric Lights In your home are an
Immediate possibility, and thct
will only be a short time before
they will have I'nes throughout the
This completes the list and
makes Lynnhurst the most de
sirable residence district In the
city. Look It over, see what Is
being done, be convinced that our
statements are positively true, and
NEW HENNEPIN COURT APARTMENTS
1915 HENNEPIN AVENUE.
$280 and $275 for lots on
$325 for Insldes.
Tm %lm JANNEY
W. E. G00DFELL0W
2 06 BANK OF
Johnson St and "A'' St
$350 for Corners.
22d AVE. N. EWater and Sidewalk in street, and paid for.
ft The above shows the location of "Moulton Heights." The lots are selling
j_te rapidly. The prices are low the location and outlook Is beautiful, and we
vriU make terma to suit you. Get one of these lots while you can. If you don't
do-iso you will regret It. Go and see them.
(On west shore of Lake Harriet.)
CHOIC E LOCATIO N FO SAL E Si1*--
$300 UPWARDS. Reasonable
restrictions. Make your select"
DUNNETUNI-A LINE building restrictions. Make your selections
before cold weather Pa at your leisure Fo pi before cold weather. Pay at your leisure. For plats, prices, etc., see
quet floors. Combination hot air and hot water heating plant,
open plumbing. Lot lies high and fine and location alone
should sell it. Itis a fine home for a little money. Terms easy.
I^( Moore Bros. & Sawy&t%M^
918 NEW YOR
FOR TEN ROOM HOUSE ON COLFAX
Ave,, near 25th St. Lot 40x129 ft. House
all modern, hardwood finish below, par-
311 Nicollet Ave. ._*_*&*
Second News Section. THE^ MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALS
NCBEASE in the storage warehouse
business is an index of the rapid
growth of Minneapolis which is not
always taken into consideration in
studyhvg the city's increasing im
portance. Developments of last sum
mer in this class of construction have
been gratifying. Still more pleasing is
the decision of the Realty company of
Boston to double the capacity of ,its
warehouse at First avenue N and First
street, already a large building. While
the, heavy a'n'd expensive construction
by the Boyd Transfer & Storage com
pany at Fourth avenue S and Lake
street is a good indication of the rapid
strides which the storage business has
taken and is also complimentary to the
city as being fathered by a local con
cern, the announcement by the Eealty
company means more as coming from a
This week the president of the Realty
company, Augustus P. Loring, visited
Minneapolis. After a day's inspection
of the city he announced to his repre
sentatives in Minneapolis, that he would
at once issue orders to his architect,
Cass Gilbert of New York, to prepare
plans for an addition to the company's
building, to cost about $50,000. This
is the second time an increase has been
ordered a'n'd there is capacity for an
addition of four stories more to the
entire building, which would make a
big structure eight stories high.
Saw Growth of City.
Mr. Loring's deductions were made
after a hasty review of the city and the
summer's building. He saw the numer
ous new flat and apartment buildings,
which are the principal feeders for the
storage business, a'n'd guickly made a
decision, which was reinforced by the
evident rapid and substantial growth
of the entire city, both in the resi
dence and business portions. It is sig:
nificant also that these orders are to
be issued for an additional expenditure,
notwithstanding the improvements and
additions and new buildings which have
been made by active competitors.
Much of the best class business in'
Minneapolis is said to be listed in the
patronage of the Realty company. .For
this reason the construction of the new
part is to be everything that fire in
surance inspectors a'n'd police experi
ence, here and elsewhere, can suggest,
for the fire and burglar protection of
contents, surpassing, in the progress of
the construction business, eve*n' the pres
ent standing building. The rate on this
building is reported as being at* the
Minneapolis minimum, due to the elimi
nation* of exterior and interior risk
thru the manner of construction. In ad
dition to being incased in a fireproof
building and Deing of fireproof ma
terial themselves, the cells are
Conservative in the extreme, the
realty company plans a conjpleted
structure for the future that .will mir
ror the characteristics of the parent
corporation. Charles E. Foster, the su-
Nebraska Bankers $20,000
STORAGE BUSINESS Mi
INDEX OK GROWTH
Decision of Realty Company, of Boston, to Double Ca-
pacity of Its Warehouse Is Significant of Expanding
Business and Is Doubly Important as Coming from
a Foreign Corporation, ff -^^^'r^V^sS^'^fC^
enntendent in charge of the building,
not received instructions as to bids
and contracts, but early announcement
is expected from the architect as to
the details of the building.
The Realty plant was originally a
conversion of the old commission row,
but almost entirely of new construc
tion. The cost at that time, five years
ago, of the investment was over
$50,000. Two years ago the company
doubled the capacity of the building at
a cost of $50,000. The improvement in
cluded an addition adjoining the corner
building which completed occupation of
the First avenue frontage. The newvery
addition will cover the wide private
alley in the rear leading from First
street. The first floor, or alley space,
will be left open for an entrance. This
will be fire-proofed over and built three
stories above the alley with a founda
tion capacity for carrying four stories
above. Completion of the eight-story
building is contemplated as soon as the
growing business warrants.
President Loring laughingly called
the attention of one of his agerits to
the fact that originally he had thrown
a little cold water on the prospective
improvements of the company's corner.
In the light of the remarkable and
unforseen rapid growth the complexion
of the situation had changed what had
appeajed to be an almost reckless spec
The federal government uses a pro
portion of the building, or one section,
as a bonded warehouse for goods await
ing duty liquidation and inspection.
The changes are expected in no way
to affect its occupancy, except as a
continued indorsement of the construc
Impressive Business Buildings,
The several storage warehouses in
Minneapolis, with their substantial ex
terior appearance, are among the most
impressive business buildings in the
city, as well as being an indication of
the prosperity of Minneapolis. Not the
least of these is the new Boyd building,
which is approaching completion. As
designed by Bertrand & Chamberlin, it
is especially effective on its site near
the borders of the city, and in a resi
dence district instead ox forming a part
of the down town group.
Storage buildings are valuable to the
municipality for other reasons than for
their testimony to the growth of popu
lation and wealth. As designed today
they are barriers to general conflagra
tion in case of fire and by their pro
tection to articles stored contribute to
the annual reduction of fire loss in
household goods. Thru their peculiar
prison-like construction they afford safe
resting places for valuable art works
and articles of vertu with a semi-public
value and interest and which might
otherwise be subject to loss by fire, or
to the purloining of thieves. By pro
viding safe storage for goods they con
tribute to the probability of. the return
to Minneapolis of families contemplat
ing temporary absence, who might
otherwise remove their chattels from
the city and thus eventually be lost
as population factors.
Continued fine weather has permit
ted the rapid completion of some-of
the important new buildings down town.
Work on the First National bank ex
cavation has not been impeded by frost
and the masonry work will probably be
completed before the closing of the
late season. Weathei lias also permit
ted fast work on the Security tank
building, not yet inclosed, and has con
tributed -to the late fUing of applica
tions for building permits, such as has
been done this week by the S. T. .Mc-
l- v&v ,v ,gg| Jtfft
BUY HElfcTEPIN FROTE&TtfM
made by the sale of a lot, 50x158, at
900 Hennepin avenue, to G. W. Smith
and H. Patee, the consideration being
$20,000. The purchasers are prominent
Nebraska bankers and they contemplate
improving the property in the near fu
ture, and also making further invest
ments in Minneapolis realty. .The fact
that men of this type are considering
favorably investments in Minneapolis
real estate is regarded as significant.
The sale was effected thru the real
estate agency of Brunei & Fifield, Al
tho one of the new agencies, they have
already itf hand several important
deals. The firm is composed of H. C.
Bruner, W.V. Fifield and A. W. Fifield,
and the offices are in the Andrus build
Seal Estate Transfers and Building
Permits for Week Heavy.
The comparative statement of real es
tate transfers and building permits for
the week ending Oct. 13, compiled by
the Daily Legal News, shows that real
estate transfers for the week exceed
those for the corresponding week of
1904 by $178,802, the number issued be
ing 225 and 167, respectively, while the
building permits total $139,235 asucom-
ared with $91,823 for the correspond
week of 1904.. The statement:
Comparative statement of real estate trans
fers for week ending Oct. 13
Saturday 41 $55,371
Monday 47 47,549
Tuesday 8ft 89,076
Wednesday 29 30,347
Thursday 36 134,590
Friday 33 37,154
Totals... .225 $400,287 167 $221,485
Comparative statement of building permits
for week ending Oct. 13:
Saturday 6 $6,130
Monday 17 15,350
Tuesday lg 40,395
Wednesday 10 8,780
Thursday 28 55,355
Friday 19 13,225
27 18 18
$2,388 23,010 14.920
17,190 20,210 14,105
Totals 95 $139,235 100 $91,823
BUYS BETHEL CHAPEL SITE
Social Settlement Association Secures
Lots on South Side.
Bethel chapel will stand at the north
east corner of Fourth'. street and Six
teenth avetaie S. The Social Settle
ment Association of Minneapolis has
bought two lots, one from Peter Sper
zel for $5,500 and one from J. D. Holt
zerman for $5,650. The corner was
forriferly the site of the old J. H. Stev
ens house, which wa taken therefrom
by -the school ehildr,ep' of Minneapolis
to Minnehaha park/ The new site is
some distance from^^he present Bethel
chapel,, east of Wash?ngf-on' avenue. And
,not far from the Washington, avenue
bridge It is considered TJV those in
terested to bo an ideal spot for center
ing work 6f its nature, and a successful
?nd long term of usefulness is predicted
O. T. JAFFRAY HOME SOLD
House He Will Vacate Soon Bought by
AntOn Knoblauch, rhas bought the
residence occupied by C. T. Jaffray at
1620 Mount Curve, which Mr. Jaffray
will vacate to move into his new home.
The property was owned in the east.
It is one of the sightly places in the
Douglas avenue district, lately become
popular with prospective home
builders. The lot has a fifty-foot front
age and runs back 300 feet to the Ken
wood boulevard. Mr. Knoblauch
bought the adjoining lot on the west
from Mrs. Guiwitz fpr $4,500.
WALLS DAZZLING WHITE
New Security Bank Building Beginning
to Develop individuality.
"The people across the street will
have to wear green glasses,'' says
"Mac," the redoubtable day watchman
employed on the Security bank build
ing work. "Mac" Was referring to
the dazzling beauty of the building as
the bricklayers pile "row on row of the
cream tiffany blocks for the outside of
the big ten-story sturcture. "Mac"
is a connoisseur
StreePay Corner. ..for
An important transfer of down-town
'/.'^annepiu avenue property .has been
while the finishing .touches were being
placed on that playhouse last fall, and
studied its beauties^ day by day. He
was sole observer of the fine qualities
of the work,, for his orders were to
keep everybody out, and "Mac"
obeyed orders, Wheri the Plaza reached
thf" finishing stage, in September,
"Ma c" was appointed watchman or
that fine structure, and, as usual, was
allowed to have a private view of the
interior, notwithstanding the thirst of
everyone for a glimpse of the building.
With his trained professional eye
"Ma c" says all the people across from
the Security building "will have to
wear green glasses."
The grandeur of the building is be
ginning to appear as the steel men are
hustling the skeleton -together. The
structural workers have already laid the
sixth-floor girders and the bricklayers
have nearly laid the first story outside.
Wires are stretched for the concrete
second floor, which will form the ceil
ing of the banking room. O. F. Hag
lin, the contractor, says he will have
the building inclosed by the first of
the year and completed by the 1st of
A $15,600 Lake Sale.
W. J. Murphy has bought part of lot
3, section 13-117-23, at Lake Minne
tonka, from Virginia Gibson, for a
dimmer home. He has secured a broad
shore line on the Northome side of the
lake, between Bay St. Louis and Breezy
Point. The property cost $15,500. Mr.
Murphy's ground is in an excellent and
somewhat exclusive neighborhood.
From east to west, along this deep
water shore, the census is as follows:
R. M. Bennett, Mrs. S. M. Passmore,
Dr. F. A. Dunsmoor, W. J. Murphy, F.
B. Chute, Mrs. Sarah H. Knight, Harry
W. Jones, Willis -Walker.
New Atlantic Cable.
/The steamer Colonia, which sailed
from Canso, N. S., Sept. 23, laying out
the'Commercial company's new Atlan
tic cable, arrived, at 6 o'clock Oct. 2,
at a point 187 miles from the Irish
coast, where 'she will make the final
splice between the 2.000 miles of cable
she has laid from the American side
and the 187 miles laid from the Irish
coast by the steamer Cambria last June.
This will make the fifth cable laid
by this company^- An order for a case
of golden grain belt beer may, however,
be given ovetf the 'phone. Do it nowj
don't let your supply run low.
S BUILDUP* NOTES
Building continues active. Report of
the week 1 progress is given in the Im
provement Bulletin as follows:
W. S. Hunt, architect, hap plans for a resi
dence tor W. A. McDowell, at 2441 NicoUet
avenue. It w|U be 32x56. two-story/ pressed
biick veneered and containing two flats, with
baths, gas, mantels. laundry, electric wiring,
hard wall piaster, open plumbing, hardwood in
terior finish, plat* leaded and a. s. glass, and
heating plant. T. B. Fitwerald has charge of
the excavating and foundation work. Cost,
$6,500. The same architect has plana for a
house of about the same site and Interior finish
at" 2437 NicoUet avenue, for Francis J. Cochrane.
William Charming Whitney, architect, has
lan for C, D. Velie's brick and stone resl
at 225 Clifton avenue. It will be 91x60,
42 feet in height. Will have open plumbing,
mantels, bath, gas and electric lights, encaustic
tile and cement work, plate, leaded and d. s.
glass, hardwood Interior finish. The work wiU
be completed tbruout in about a year. fi. N.
Leighton company, general contractors. Cost,
F. G. McMillan secured the contract for the
excavating and foundation for the new main
building at the state university. The building
will be 822 feet long, 66 feet wide in the cen
ter, and 88 feet at the ends. Plans for the
superstructure will he completed during, tjhe
winter and contracts let by the board of control
in the early spring. Clarence N. Johnston,
Bertram ft Chamberlin, architects, report John
Wunder pushing the work on the Minneapolis
Paper company warehouse on Fifth street and
Fourth ^avenue S. The electric wiring and con
duit work is being installed by W. I. Gray &
Co., the heating and plumbing work by H.
Kelly & Co., and the electric freight elevators
by the Otis Elevator company.
J. B. Banister, 231 West Twenty-seventh
street, has let the contract to erect his resi
dence at 231 West Twenty-seventh street to
Creswell Brothers. It will be 26x37. two story,
attic, with concrete, foundation and basement,
plumbing, bath, gas, mantel, laundry, hard
wall plater, hardwood interior finish and fur
nace, to be completed about May next. Cost,
Downs & Eads, architects, are preparing plans
for a residence on Lake street and Knox ave
nue for O. T. Harris. It will be 31x32, two
story, "attic and basement, of frame and con
crete work, with open plumbing, baths, gas,
electric wiring, hardwood interior finish, hard
wall plaster and hot-water beating.
Kees & Colburn, architects, are preparing
plana for improvements and change* to be made
in William Donaldson & Co.'s Glass Block. A
portion of the fourth floor wiU be changed so
as to nake a banquet ball. 60x66. the esti
mated cost of the improvements being $20,000.
Traioor Brothers, Boston block, secured the
contract for the excavating and foundation for
the new admini8trat|ion building at the state
agricultural college. The contract for the
superstructure will be let in the winter. C.
H. Johnston, architect. Cost complete, $225,000.
Bertrand & Chamberlin, architects, report the
H. N. Leighton company have the science hall
at Northfleld college up one story. Minneap
olis firms are doing' the plumbing, gas fitting,
heating and electric wiring.
S. G. Drew, 2647 Stevens avenue, has begun
work by the day for a frame residence at 123
West Thirty-ninth street. It will be 18x44,
with concrete foundation. The superstructure
will be put up of the Winner concrete hollow
blocks. Cost. $1,600.
Downs & Bads, architects, report Emil John
son, contractor for the Fairfax (Minn.) school
house, has the, brick work ready for the roof.
William Wilkinson, 3622 Stevens avenue, has
begun work by the day one two frame resi
dences at 3736 and 3740 Stevens avenue. Bach
will be 26x28, two story. They will be mod
ern and will be completed early in January.
Emi Bruce has the contract to erect a brick
addition, 32x42, to the Swedish Congregational
church. Seventh street and Tenth avenue S.
It will be two story, pressed brick veneered,
to be used for a modern parsonage. Cost*
The H. N. Leighton company has the gen
eral contract to erect Waiter N, Carroll's two
story brick-veneered dwelling at 1603 West
Franklin aveme. It will be completed about
April 1. William M. Kenyon, architect. Cost,
W. E. Peterson has the contract to erect
Michael Majerus' residence at 1427 Girard ave
nue N. It will be 29x40. two story ana base
ment, of brick and cut stone, modern interior
finish and furnace. Cost. $4,000.
C. F. Haslin has the contract to erect a
brick building on First avenue N near Sixth
street for the use of Wyman, Partridge dt Co.
It will be 60x145. three story and basement.
Cost, $25,000. S. T. McKnight, owner.
Henry Parsons secured the contract to erect
W. C. Burleigh's frame residence at 1767 Fre
mont avenue S from plans by Fremont D. Orff,
architect, work to be completed by May 1.
Cosr s8 ooo
Edwins' &' Holden, architects, 417 Bvanston
building, are preparing plans for a store on
Fourth avenue S and Lake street, it will be
22x46, two story, pressed brick veneered and
Thomas Morgan, 8204 Bryant avenue N, has
begun work by the day on a frame cottage,
26x30 at 4011 Lyndale avenue K. It
pected to have it completed in the early spring.
Willia 8346 Bryant avenue S, has
Sunday, Octctei* 15, 1905.
W frame "cottagetaSl
in January. Cost
3329'Aldrlcth avenue to B. K. Lees. It will
Ernest Kennedy, architect, is revising plans
for the women's building to be erected at the
state university grounds. It is hoped to haveK
the contracts for the, work let this fall.w
A. F. Marten, 1T01 Eleventh avenue S, has
begun work by the day foavewne-
a two-story frame
F. B. Tallant has let the" contract to erect
his frame cottage at 8623 Lyndale avenue 8
to Sixomaulst & Sont. Itewill be 22x82, to be
completew about Feb. 1. Cost. $2,000.
Wttot hav been instructed by
^hg th public
the Ubrarfl0? board ttno proceed with finishing up
William M. Kenyon. architect, reports plans
out for the amphitheater at the state fair
grounds, and contracts will be let about Oct. 2&
The city of Minneapolis has begun work re
pairing the garbage crematory at Camden Place.
The new frame approaches will be 86x72.
B. Neumann, 3426 Second street N, has begun
ww P7^,the day on a frame cottage. 24x26:
at 861S Harriet avenue, to be completed In the
spring. Cost, $1,500.
O. O. Oyen has the contract for improve
ments and repairs to the Golden West ii,tel,
301-3 Washington avenue S. Xtost, com
W. M. Kenyon, architect, has plans about
ready fox figures on the residence for E. 8.
Wopdworth. Will cost, comnlete, about $46,000.
G. M. Mather, of the Cleveland Axle Manu
at th Orpheum theatee
in this city.
Colonist Bates Northwest.
Whether you go to settle, seek an
opportunity for a home, or go for tern-'
porary employment, you are wanted
and are welcome, men are accepted
who have no knowledge of farming,
and receive good wages at this time of
the year. Extremely low rates in effect
via the Northern Pacific Railway,
which runs right through the heart or
the most prosperous section of the
Mr. Ot. P. McNeill, City Passenger
ent, 19 Nicollet Block, Minneapolis,
is well informed in regard to
the Western country and will gladly
give you any desired information. Bet
ter write or call today. Low rates in
effect from September 15th to Octo
There is no article in the line of
medicines that gives so large a return
for the money as a good porous
strengthening piaster, such as Carter's
Smart Weed and Belladonna Backache
To Go West.
Many are going into Minnesota. Da
kota, Montana and into the Great Pu
get Sound Country. Some for health,
some for pleasure and others for em
ployment. None go away disappointed.
The many towns, both large and small,
are steadily growing, and machinists,
tradesmen, laborers and all classes find
openings and opportunities to ply their
trades. Farmers find wonderfully pro
ductive farms where soil, climate, water
and good markets are conducive to sure
Crops and large profits. Stockmen find
KrazinK ^r'oiuxds of rich herbage and
markets, within reasonable distances.
Many are taking advantage of the
Low Colonist Bates in effect from Sep
tember 15 to October 31 via the North
ern Pacific Eailway. Liberal stopovers,
giving opportunity to inspect the lands
at various points, are a good feature
of these tickets, and you eannot afford
to miss the opportunity. Mr. G. F.
McNeill,.City Passenger Agent, 19 Nic
ollet Block, Minneapolis, Minn., is well
informed on Western lands, and will
gladly give you information. Write
or. call today*
con manufacture of ear axles
Charlet Wicht has besun work on a frame
residence at 610 VanBuren street NB. It wUl
be 26x46. two story, modern, Cost, $2,000.
A. V. Anderson has begun work on a frame
cottage, 24x38, at 2422 Twenty-second street,
to be corhpleted during the winter. Cost, $2,000.
J. M. Baltuff & Co. has begun work on three
frame cottages, 22x28, at 4210, 8219 and 4235
Pillsbury avenue. Cost, $8,000.
Gust Undquist has the contract to erect a
two-story brick addition, 15x18, to the store
at 117 First street S.
DAVSD P. JOKES, Pies.*^ WALLACE H. DAVIS, Viae Pros. W. O. MoWHIHKET,
Sec. and Treaa.
Main Floor Bank Commerce Building.
Non-resident owner of following properties is in city, and, sales can be
NOTE THE TERMS:
Only $60 Cash
$10 per month.
218 Washington Av. N. 2-story brick store building, 4
-Y stories, 21 rooms. Lot 66x162 ft. to alley. Bent $1,300 yearly. Good
future, and meantimeAv. property handsomely. Centra 3-storcarrieskitselfe bric stor building. Land 23x100 ft.
to alley. Eent $1,000 yearly. Well constructed building, and a good
Av. S. 2-story brick store building land 26x92 ft.
$40001416 Washington Av. S. Frame dwelling rent $300 a year. Land
66x165 ft. Great bargain.
$7000^-306-308 11t1 St. S.St.
E 22 Single
Double 3-story bric building with basement.dwell detachedkand
Bent $60 a month. Within short walking distance in splendid boarding
house location. Can sell on easy terms.
ings, city water, sewer connections rent $50 per month.
$45002618 Clinton Av. 9-room thoroly modern frame dwelling east
front lot 48x128 to alley good condition of repair.
$4O0O1112 Logan Av. N. 10-room thoroly modern dwelling and barn
lot 42x127 ft.
Exclusive Agtnt, 300-304 Oneida Building
This Beautiful House for Sale
All Open Plumbing
All the Rooms Beautifully Decorated in fVater Colors
SCAN E INSPECTED SUNDAY IF SO DESIRED:
Call at 2631 Emerson Avenue South.
A CHOICE INVESTMENT
NEAB FEANI__N AVENUE
Two Store Buildings, Three Two-Family Houses $500
All in splendid repair.
Seven good lots, worth as a speculation $100O
We are authorized to sell all this for 4l9 7 A A
Sidewalk, sewer, water, pavement, all paid for. _^ W
Might take few acres along new trolley line toward first payment.
--.v.j. A TINE TRACKAGE FOR SALE CHEAP.
HAMtORti RENTAL AGENCY
Big Stocky Low Prices.
CITY SASH & DOOR CO.,
Cor. 4t* St. mmd3dAvB. So. .~r? Opposite Court House.
Kno Av. ET. 10-room thoroly modern house and barn just
and 88 Lyndale Av. N. Two frame 2-story, thoitly mod-
ern detached dwellings, 9 rooms each within a half block of the new
"Parade" an withi.n close walking distance of the center of the city.
Av S 2-stor frame dwelling with large attic and full
basement, 10 rooms, complete bathroom, grates and mantels, sideboard,
furnace. This property has just been thoroly repaired, including new
shingle roof, hardwood floors and has just been painted on the outside.
Can sell on3easy terms2-story
Av 8. frame dwelling arranged for two families,
city water, sewer connections in good condition of repair rent $30
$25001001 and 1013 11th Av. N. Two frame dwellings in splendid
condition of repair, city water, sewer connections on corner lot 50x157
all. special improvements in and paid for. Rent $26 per month.
$20003229 Nicollet Av. 8room frame dwelling, city water connec-
tions lot 45x135 to alley.
$20003H3* 5th Av.S. 2-story frame dwelling, city water lot 45x118
feet to alley.,
$20002736 Emerson Av. S. 2-story 8-room frame dwelling, arranged
for two families. Rent $23 a month. City water, sewer connections.
$3000723 E 28th St. 9-room, thoroly modern, including complete bath-
room, furnace, water sewer9-room connections. W Frankliand Av thoroly modern dwelling in the
Blaisdell district land 60x150. Great bargain.
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