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Minneapolis journal (Minneapolis, Minn. : 1888) (Minneapolis, · PDF file 2017. 12. 17. · Mallon al., in section 2, township 119, range 23..;.... 1,950 Albert M. Slocuin and wife

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  • REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Allen D., Libby and wife .to Byron J.Libby, in section .1,. township 28,

    range 24 ...;;.:..;;.U;.......;.. $350Laura W. S. Curtlss •• and husband toElla R. Haskell, lot 4, block 17, For- es* Heights, etc 8,000

    Charles Ziebarth and wife to Albert Mallon al., in section 2, township 119, range 23 ..;.... 1,950

    Albert M. Slocuin and wife to F. W. \u25a0 Seamans et al., in section 33, town-ship 117, range 23 1,300

    Emily\P. Campbell and husband to Charles. E. Purdy. lots 9 and 10, block 42, Calhoun Park 2,500

    Ella O. Bonney and husband to Sarah B. Anderson, part lot 10, block 4, Menage's third additon 550Charles E. Peterson and wife to James R. Canterbury, in section 30, township 28, range 24 ' i 10,000

    Charles J. Swanspn and wife to Oscar G. Peterson, lots 1 to 4, Macomber f~thatsuperb work entitled "Modern Eloquence," Editor-in-Chief, Thomas B. Reed, published in ten superb volumes, call up Main 2542, or j drop "The Journal" a postal card. A hand- ! somer Christmas present you cannot find in \u25a0 the city. "The Journal." THE BEST

    ~ CHRISTMAS DINNER IN TOWN AT THE GUARANTYRESTAURANT 12:30 TO ii AND 5 TO 8 O'CLOCK P. M. OK UNFL'KJVISHED FLATS

    THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT. Hundreds of useful Christmas. Gifts at 10c. SSSS S88888SS&888888388 £8&S8&888H8&8S8»•• \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 zi»i HARVARD CHAMBERS APARTMENTS IS 88 Tenth at and Harmon place. Si ti SUITES OF TWO TO FOUR ROOMS " *8 88 AND BATH. . \u25a0. »3 gjf Rates, $25 to $46 per month. Z*

    % FIRST-CLASS CAFE IN BUILDING. §jj S2 No \u25a0 cooking in the rooms. • *V 88 APPLY TO ' -* •§ Zi J. SCHUTT & SON, 340 TEMPLE CT. Si•(-> ' \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 •o

    I a^BBSBSBBBgBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBSBBSSSBBSSBSBiBBBBB2 |DILLINDRUG CO., 101 WASHINGTON AY S. Successor to J. R. Hofflin. • FOR MODERN FLAT, VERY DE- sirable; rent $30. 219-C'Bth ay SE,. Anderson block [ '\u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0 - .- . \u25a0

    ; DESIRABLE FLATS FOR RENT AT" 026 1 7th ay N. .' __\u25a0" : : ' :

    _ - .',; -.^.'' IF -YOU WANT A FINE EDITIONOf SHAK- spere on easy payments, call.- up Main 2542, or drop "The Journal" a postal card, and we will .-end you specimens and prices imme-

    i dia^cly. "The Journal." _ ! NEW FLATS, 6 ROOMS AND 8AT117T349~51 Nicollet. $40. W. W. Clark, 313 Nlcollet.

    27 .' OFFICES THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT. Hundreds of useful jChristmas Gifts at 10c.

    FOR RENT Continued.

    OFFICES—STEAM HEATED; PRICES $6 TO $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet. Inquire room 12. TO~ R EN T—DESKROO M, $5, OR OFFICE^ Apply 514-515 Bank of Commerce building. IF YOU WANT A FINE EDITION" OF "Shakspere" on easy payments, call up Main Hit, or drop "The Journal" a postal card, and we will send you specimens and prices immediately. "The Journal." FOR RENT— IN McMILLANBLOCK, corner of 3d st and 3d ay 8; lino location for

    | any light manufactory; good light on threes sides; steam heat; size of rooms, 20.\(i0 and 60x06. Inquire of owner, P. D. McMillan, 200 Central ay. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0

    OQ STORES THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT. Hundreds of useful Christmas Gifts at 10c. IF 'YOU WANT A FINE EDITION OF SHAK- spere on easy payments, call up Mala 2542, or drop "The Journal" a postal card, and we

    I will send you specimens and prices imme- i diately. "The Journal." . \u25a0 i ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR jRENT. THORPE BROS.. ANDRUS BLDQ.

    I 3^_JHCLP^WAJrTED— MALE THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT. Hundreds of useful Christmas Gifts at 10c. WATCHES CLEANED, £; MAIN SPRINGS 7 $1; warranted one year. Paegel's, 22 3d at S.

    jCARD sign painting instructions given at] school or by mail. McDermott, 326 Nlcollet. 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 ! is easily obtained by graduates of the Mm- ' nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S. OVERCOAT SLEEVES RELINED,"SOc; SILK velvet collar, 50c; suits steam cleaned and pressed, $1; pants recut, 75c up. At Anthony the Tailor, removed to 212 Washington ay N. MOLDERS—THE NATIONAL FOUNDERS' Association will pay at least $3.75 per day for

    j a few good machinery floor molders to work | !in Chicago, 111. Permanent employment and 'no trouble. Address box 410, Chicago, 111. i IF 'YOU WANT A FINE EDITION OF SHAK^ spere on easy payments, call up Main 2542, , or drop "The Journal" a postal card, and we : will _end you specimens and prices imme- : diately. "The Journal." \ THE TEXAS" GEYSER OIL CO. OFFERS A jsplendid investment on page 3. !

    i WANTEI>^AT~LA.MOURE. N\ D., A BAR- ! I ber, at once. R. VV. Campfield. WANTED \u25a0 APPROXIMATELY 200 ACT countants and stenographers every month. Send memorandum of your experience to Ex- perts' National Agency, St. Paul. WANTED—GOOD MACHINERY MOLD at once. Eagle Foundry, 2tith ay SE and university. WANTED—MAN FOR FORGING VEGETA- bIes; one that thoroughly understands the business; inside work; steady for good man. Address 8247, Journal. WANTED—A YOUNG MAN AS ASSISTANT bookkeeper; must be accurate and quick at figures; salary $50 per month. Address !n own handwriting, 8252, Journal. A FEW MALE VOICES " FOR AMATEUR chorus work; just to pass the time evenings, i P. H. Simpson, box 232, city. WANTED^YOUNG MEN TO LEARN JBN-graving by mail; four months enough; we fur- \u25a0 nish all necessaries; tuition to be paid sixty days after position of not less than $13 per week is secured. Address Buffalo Corre-

    j spondence School of Engraving. Buffalo, N. Y. I ip you WOULD LIKE a SET of THATjsuperb work entitled "Modern Eloquence," ' Editor-in-Chief, Thomas B. Reed, published in ten superb volumes, call up Main 2542, or

    j drop "The Journal" a postal card. A hand- : somer Christmas present you cannot find in the city. "The Journal." $10 WEEKLY, MALE OR FEMALE, COPY- ing letters at home; send application. Peo- ple's Supply House, Chicago. SALES HEN ITO.SS"SELL" OUR GOODS TO: general stores, clothiers, druggists and gro-

    -1 cers; fine side lines; big profits; catalogue I free. Model Mfg. Co., box L, South Bend, Ind.

    i DILLINDRUG C0.,101 WASHINGTON AY S. ! j Successor Jo J. R. Hofflin.i WANTED—A CARRIAGE B~LAC~K"SMITHhelper at Hedderly & McCracken's, 250 Ist I ay N. jWANTED—FIRST-CLASS CARPENTER TO j j change partitions and doors and build coun- 'J ter. Inquire Wednesday forenoon at 700 i

    \u25a0 Globe building. WANTED—A GOOD ALL-AROUND PRINT- I

    | er.- Security Envelope Co., rear 3146 Portland. I THE "BEST CHRISTMAS DINNER" IN

    jTOWN AT THE GUARANTYRESTAURANT, i; 12:30 TO 8 AND v TO H O'CLOCK P. M. I ! BLACKSMITH \VAXTBI>7 A STRICTLY | i first-class man on f;irm wagon work. Neal, | Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn. j TAILOR WANTED; MAN BY THE WEEK, I who can make coats; also coatmaker: will

    : pay city prices. John Cebulski, Red Wing, i , Minn. _

    V:i> WEEKLY EASILY EARNED (POSITION I permanent), distributing circulars, samples, I tacking signs. For- particulars. Commercial jAdvertising Association, Philadelphia, Pa.

    I ARE~~~YOU DISSATISFIED WITH YOUR work? Our free booklet "Are Your Hands j Tied?" tells how we have qualified thousands | in spare time for salaried position in more j congenial and profitable lines of work. Write < International Correspondence Schools, Box

    | 1663. Scranton, Pa., or call day or evening, I Minneapolis office, Guaranty Loan building.

    32 HELP WANTED-FEMALE I THE PLYMOUTH BARGAIN BASEMENT. !Hundreds_of useful Christmas Gifts at 10c. j PLEASANT AND PAYING EMPLOYMENT '| U easily obtaiced by graduates of the Mm- !

    I nesota School of Business, 54 3d st S.i LADIES RAVING TROUBLES" TO~CALL~bR write Dr. Bly, 27 4th st_S l_New_book, 25c. YOUNG WOMAN, FOR THOROUGH" PREP- aration for office work or business, go to the Archibald college, Lake st, corner Stevens. WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN- eral housework. 516 6th ay SE. WANTED—WOMAN, ABOUT 40, SOBER, IN- dustrious, good plain cook, for family of four. For particulars, write 451 E 2d st, Winona, Minn. DAY AND EVENING classes at the Eclectic Business College, 4^s Wash, ay S, Minneapolis. Graduates assisted in securing positions. WANTED—A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT girl for general housework at 1773 Hennepin ay, flat 2. DRESSMAKER — THOROUGHLY ElCPEßl- enced. Call between 10 and 12 a. m. Mile. Proulx, 722 6th ay S. IF YOU DO NOT OWN A SET OF THE Journal's Home Study Library, call up Main 2542, or drop The Journal a postal card, and we will make a deal with you on terms suit- able to you, and will deliver the books im- mediately. "The Journal." WANTED—LADIES~TO~ W~RTfE~Xf~HOME" salary $15 per month. Address with stamp, J., 99 Wentworth st, Charleston, S. C. EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply at once. 1015 Bth st SE. On Bryu Mawr car line. WANTED—IMMEDIATELY, GOOD GIRL forfew days; light work. 1509 Portland ay. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. 2025 4th ay S, flat 4. DILLINDRUG CO., 101 WASHINGTON AY S. Successor to J. K. Hofflin. AT ONCE, GOOTD GIRL. FOR GENERAL housework; very small family; house modern; easy place for nice girl. 2447 Portland ay. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. 1714 Hawthorn ay. j TEACHERS WANTED FOR GRADES AND high schools, for work beginning after the holidays. The Hazard Teachers' Agency, 732 Boston block. - \u25a0• .CLASS INSTRUCTION" IN -DRAFTING AND draping given evenings for two weeks fol- lowing Christmas by experienced ladles' tai- lor; make appointments immediately. For terms apply 522 Medical (block. V jAS GLYCERIN DRIES AND CRACKS THE ; skin, never use it. Satin-Skin Cream best replaces all applications; is dainty, harm- less, beautifying. 25c. . WANTED— GIRL TO HELP IN KITCHEN; no cooking or w

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