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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

s Germs t Blood luA | Cause ' gm Kidney Diseases «l R Dr. G-eo. Leininger has given to the mmjffl World the Only Kidney Remedy WBB that will drive the Kidney Germs II I out of the System. 3j|P*l§| ■'.'.' Dr. Leimlnger is amxloas te demoaMtrate iW fm that For-Mai-Da-Hyde Kidney Tablets will iH HI cure alt forms of Kidney sad. Bladder Dls fs «| easea, Rheumatism and all Uric Trouble* and JsL—lflh<->><--- - offers to Mead a Trial Package FREE to all ,fjk W^, reader* of the Minneapolis Time* who will >^^^^^^^^^^^^ send their name and address. y^^^^^^^^^ THE GREATEST DISCOVERY fen^^^fSMg^^ YET MADE IN MEDICINE. Kidney Disorders are more ser ious than most people imagine. Kidney Diseases are usually the result of weakness, caused by swarms of microbes in the blood. The consequence is ttiat when the Kidneys get sick, we get blood poisoning, caused by the lodgment in the system of these animal germs, and once in the blood, how ever, the law of their nature is to work in flock...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1901. DYSPEPSIA t Urili I^. VM aMu^^B r My DYSPEPSIA CURE positively Cures all forms of indigestion or stom ach trouble. It rejuvenates worn-out stomachs. It builds up stomachs that have been weakened by powerful cat Arties and old-fashioned nostrums. - ' Alanjran'a Dyspepsia Care corrects blaatingof the stomach, palpitation of the heart, shortness of breath, and all affections of the heart caused by in digestion, Wind on the stomach, belching wind or •our food.bad taste, offensive breath, loss of appetite, faintness or weakness of the stomach, improper cir culation, coated tongue, heart-burn or water-brash. His Headache Cure stops headache in 3 minutes. ' Munyon's Pile Ointment cures all forms of piles. ■ Munyon's Blood Cure corrects all blood impurities. Munyon's Liver Cure corrects headache, bilious^ ■ess, jaundice, constipation and all liver diseases. - Munyon's Female Remedies are a boon to women. - Munyon's Asthma Cure and Herbs are guaranteed to Scl...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

10 YESTERDAY'S GAIN IN WHEAT WAS WIPED OUT Market Was Supported at First, but Worked Lower With a Sharp Break at the End. MAY SOLD TO 71c; CLOSING 71 l-8c - Liverpool Maintained the Advance or Monday—Clearances Were Heavy—General Xewi. . Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 23.—Wheat was off a trifle at the opening this morning on disappointing Liverpool ca bles. At least the Liverpool advices , were considered disappointing for the reason that •they failed to respond to our advance yes terday. Nevertheless Liverpool held up to the new price basis and closed unchanged* from Monday. It is the American markets that are following Europe at present, • and the fact that no second spurt resulted from the responsive gain on this side is no argu ment against the stability of the English market " Germany is furnishing inspiration to the bulls' at .'this time. If the reports of Prussian" crop conditions are not overdrawn there is legitimate ground for the strong for eign tone. The Prussian ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIE 23, 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Carey Emerson and wife, William Kriedmanand wife to Samuel Pier •on, lot 11, block 7, Forest Park addition ....... v .....;...... . "S7OO James A. Pagan and wife •to - Nettie \-,-;C: M. Willis, part lot 4, block 2, Mof - fett & Nind's addition ....:.......;.. 400 Laura N. Libby and Henry O. Thayer to Minnie Ziebarth, part lot 18 block 2, Wlllard and Casseday's ad m dltion~ •..'.. ...>...;..^............. , 500 Christine Herbst and husband to Han nibal D. Porter and wife, lot 8 • block 21, Forest Heights 1,520 Carl S. Nllson to Albert Moorman, lot 22, block 1, Fifth, avenue addition. 200 Marie Pauline Schott and husband to Charles J. Lund, lot 21, auditor's subdivision 29 2100 Nellie O. Parrott and husband to Sey- ' mour C. Hood, lot 8, block 8, Mtnne baha Park addition ; " 409 Addison J. Beebe to Mary W. Beebe. lot 12, block 40, Remington'! third ■ addition 125 Mary Boyiugiuu and husband to Ella M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

12 WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 ,54l . STOVE REPAIRS GREAT' WESTERN STOVE REPAIR CO., ' 312 Hennepln a y. Telephone, mala 161. - U. S. STOVE REPAIR CO., 246 4TH AY, Si j Minneapolis. Telephone 514-3. ' 57 EXCHANGE-MISCELLANEOUS "WANTED—TO EXCHANGE ONE OAK folding bed with mirror and one oak single bad for oak bedroom suit. 318 Ist ay SE. 58jvA^35£j\gsj^ WE BUY diamonds or trade for new. We pay cash for old gold or make Into new Jewelry. Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S. CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods. Don't sell before getting estimate from the Town Market, 25-27 sth at S. Tel. 1993. ~. ■ - CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. »■ Q. Winter Jewelry Co., 327 Nlcollet *t. .Will buy good 2d-hand building, frame or •trick: to be moved. Llndahl, 25 sth st S. WANTED—SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stoves, buggiee and harnesses and office fur niture, for shipment; pay more than local dealers. F 952, Journal. >__ WANTED—TO BUY ROLL TOP DESK; also city atlas and Minnesota and Wisconsin | Gazetteer...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAK PRICE TWO CENTS. NO LOOTING FOR MISSIONS Dr. Ament Positively Denies the Charge. MISSIONARY EXPLAINS Confiscated Goods Were Sold at a Public Auction. PROCEEDS USED FOR THE NEEDY He Acted an Chairman of an Vu thorixed Committee— Minister I'unger'n Statement. tiaw York Sun Special Sarvlco Victoria, B. C, April 24.—An interview was had at Kobe with Dr. W. S. Ament, the much-talked-of missionary in connec tion with the charges of looting, and Dr. Ament said that when the siege began he -was appointed chairman of a committee called "the committee on confiscated goods." He said: -„* We had not been confined in the British le- ; gation more than two days when the Chi- j nese tried to burn us out. It became cvi- ] dent that the many adjoining buildings must i be pulled down as a military necessity—ter- j . pies, shops and so forth. These buildings, j especially the temples, which were thought ; to be more secure, were filled with property | deposited by ■ neighbors a...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

2 Humors Feed on Humors The Sooner You get Rid of Them the Better. In the spring there's an effort of Nature to cleanse your system. You xnow this by the pimples and other eruptions on your face and body. Hood's Sarsaparilla taken in the spring, is assisted by this effort—results are no more certain than at other seasons, but are quicker. This great medicine thoroughly cleanses the system, gets into all its nooks and corners, removes all humors and all unhealthy accumulations. Begin taking Hood's today. "Myself and my mother have been en tirely cured of impure blood and that tired feeling by Hood's Sarsaparilla. We take it every spring, and think it is the greai est medicine in the world." —Frank Ham ilton, 2718 S 7th St., St. Louie, Mo. Hood's Saasaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise. SHOOTING IN THE COURT PRISONER ATTACKS A POLICEMAN" Both Arc Wounded Fatally in the General Shooting- Which . . Follows. Chicago, April 24.—Two men were wounded fatally in a shooting affray...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

WEDNE^DAJY EVENING.'' 'APRIL 2i, 1901. TRUST WANTS THEM Morgan and Hill After Dunsmuir's Rich Coal Fields. SEVERAL MILLIONS ARE OFFERED Deal Will Include Withdrawal of Premier's Opposition to m G. If. Boani. Special to The Journal. Vancouver, B. C, April 24.—The so called American smelter and coal trust including J. Pierpont Morgan, J. J. Hill and others, is after the rich coal fields of Vancouver Island, B. C, owned by James Dunsmuir, premier of the proylnce. Mr. Lynch, representing this trust, is said to be negotiating with Premier Dunsmuir for the purchase of his numerous coal mines and his railway system, the amount in volved being several million dollars. Premier Dunsmir. as the head of the government, prevented the treat North ern railway from securing a bonus from the dominion and provincial governments, amounting to about $4,000,000. for the pur pose of bringing the Great Northern into British Columbia to tap the mining camps of the country in opposition to the Cana dian Pac...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

'£■' THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. 5. McLAiN, MANAGER. EDITOR T H E J O I H S A L in published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4O Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising , Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 8S Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TKIIMS Payable to The Journal I'riutlmc Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months 3.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week Scents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF - ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. - CONTINUED All papers are continued 4 until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until ail arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscriber* will please notify the office in every cas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1901. WaSh fiOOdS Great sale for Thur3day of 800 pieces best HH 9k __P& ____fl fiS B H^B __?_!_ _&!_. All __fl^ " ' ~ "1 VW O< quality apron checked ginghams, shirting 1% A M! SB IVI BHU V fCI lUF SIOF-l-tfi ne with your furs for this seaso-? If so, write, cambrics and cotton challies, for one day only, at yard . Mtf 111 ! H_T m ■ »©v. call or telephone us and we will fetch them for storage. On »p. 0., 8., a ., n T..,.,. «„„«„„.»„„.,. " HiAffil Ban-! II m^ Tlus 1S a du^ th"t attend to at once-and save your furs. "— . P l_fly II V Bbß I B? IP 111 Repairing During the Summer Months Costs Much Less. Women's Knit Underwear Specials. I Embroid'ry Remnants I I Flowers-Seeds. ' Refrigerators. I I Colored Dress Goods "~ Here Are Some Bargains for Thursday That You Should 15.000 yards manufacturers rem- DON delay m V :.„,-- — :-—■ XT „. . -J\ «V»"« "U «MGS& UOOOS. f Exceptional Bargain. %&*i?£%3L£sr££ S-T.rcTl'rface^ yJ% '■■BBBF HnTd sTi^TMoTf ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

& CITY NEWS Ry. Mail Service Extenalon—Begin ning May 13, the railway mail service will be extended on the Soo railway from Barrotf by Hillsdale and Dallas to Kidgelaud. A Sndtlen Death-Beatrice Gallass, S3 years old. living at 3110 Morgan avenue N, died suddenly yesterday. Coroner Williams mill hold a post mortem to-day. .Moves to Minueapoiia—The Minneso ta Mutual Farm Insurance company has changed its location from Benson to Minne apolis. The decision was reached at the auaual meeting, held Jan. 11, in Beusou. To Sink an Arteaian Weil—J. F. Mc- Carthy has been awarded the contract for putting down an artesian well at the univer sity for $3,200. Work will begin at once on a ten-inch well. The water will be supplied to •Jl university buildings instead of city water. Conference I'oitpoued—The confer ence at the Welsh church has been postponed for two. weeks. A man who was workiug In the church yesterday was fouud :o uave had the smallpox and it was deemed MM to take every precaut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

* * JEJ.L/J3iXjioJ-'xi. X EVENING; APRIL ' **&.) I «Hll| YERXA Prices for Thursday, April 25th. Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz 12^c Peas, early June, a bargain; per doz. 85c; per can ...................... 8c Ginger Snaps, fresh made, per.'lb... "5c i Holland Herring, original package, Per. keg ........... ...;.;....;..... 70c Cheese, full cream, per lb ........... 10c Cheese, brick, per lb ... f ........... 10c Spinach, full weight, per pick........ 18e Cranberries, per qt '..' 7c Jelly, assorted' flavors, large pa 115..... 35c Yellow corn' meal, per 10-lb sack.. ".'. lie 6 lbs of good Dried Peaches f0r...... 2oc 'Good California Prunes, lb 3^c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, 1b....... 7c Persian Dates, lb .................... 5c California Figs, 1 lb blocks, each:.... : 6c . Good Creamery Butter, from 22c up. Batavia Catsup, bottle ............18c Indiana Parlor Matches, doz 9o Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each 6c Beets or ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

8 A FARMERS'COMBINE Rockwell's Co-operative Society Scores a Business of $700,000. NET SURPLUS ON HAND OF $11, 000 Better Prices for ; the Produce of Member* and Merc ha ndi tie >^;.l** Reduced Cost. Mason £ity, lowa, April 24.—That mar vel of all fanners' associations, the co operative society of Rockwell, has held Its twelfth annual meeting and the last year's record has been without parallel in its successful history, -with a total business of the year of nearly $700,000, or $600,000 more than its first year a little more than a decade ago, and an increase of $100,060 over the last year, which was supposed to be its high tide. The Farm ers' Co-operative association of Rockwell stands without a rival among farmers' combinations and a wonder to the com mercial world. Last year when the sec retary announced the fact that after ten years of dramatic history the society had leaped from $275,000 of business, the pre vious year's total, to $454,000, it was pre dicted that the society...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

WJEiDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1901. CHRONIC COUGHS OFTEN ARE THE BEGINNING Of 5 CONSUMPTION. Stop Your Cough and Avoid Future Trouble. We Will Guarantee That We Can Do It For You. Our Vfnol is the Remedy for all Pulmonary Affections "Vinol is a preparation that is de licious to take. It consists of a delicate table wine in which has been dissolved the active curative principles that are found in the liver of the live cod, and to which cod-liver oil owes it* reputation as a remedy for coughs, colds and all wast ing diseases. If there is anj one wh© has a coug-h, a tendency to take cold easily, or a dread of consumption, we would like to have them call and permit us to ex plain what we know about Vinol and why we believe it will cure all such troubles more surely and quickly than any other remedy ever given to the public. Following" is a letter which has just come to hand and whioh shows how bene Icially Vinol acted in one instance: " I had a severe cough of long stand ing. I was adv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

to Millinery Bargains for Thursday and Friday Special Prices on Trimmed Hats Flowers and Untrimmed Hats. ?00 Trimmed Hats to select from, prices $350, $450, $?.9S, $750 and up to any price or quality you wish. 150 Untrimmed Hats, all desirable good shapes 7 Q —worth up to $l? 00, now J JC Special on Flowers 1 lot assorted— in Fine Flowers— iq worth up to 50c 1/C worth up to 15c JJC Good Flowers as low as 10c per bunch—We can save you 10 to 2S per cent on all kinds of Millinery. M. E WALLACE, 515 and 517 Nicollet Aye. J^r <^R <*^> jSj R^wf Yes, raw, damp winds, climatic changes are t-u-f on the complexion there's no doubt of that. ITU avoid a. lobster" look, preserve lovely fair complexion, if you accept this advice. Before going out of "doors apply Satin-Skin Cream, then use Satin-Skin Powder (white, flesh or brunette). The meanest, most trying ■weather never annoys. You avoid that smarting sensation, keep comfortable and pretty. Satin- Skin Cream ana Satin-Skin Powder are ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL L' 4, 1901. Knoblauch Shoe IS THE BEST. Because it wears longer; is ipore stylish; fits better, and costs you no more than the ordinary kind. Try a pair. Knoblauch's Arcade 239 Rieellet Ay and 23 and 25 So. Washington Ay I Thursday's Good Things. j? ** ;.\,,. Ladies' ideal patent kid Rope Stitch— Enameled ;• .'■' ■" mmj patent colt and patent leather tan and patent Y7^» ' '•• I^Vl • calf lace Boots, new leather "lace; as good ' «vv or ,_- „ -^ ' mm -^ leather lace, as good />W \ >i &.53.50 s- ta -JMij:S d I \J& &nape Ladies' tine vici can be ma( i e . p er pair /|?A •$ kid lace; also pat- U£ mJ K|| /i J f ''W^^^yS^ Per pair Gents' yici kid, velour M S^Wt I. $2 50 $3.00 " Shoes for $2.4S|| rt^^^l $3.00 Shoes for $2.451f m.^twJA Ladies' fiand 2 and 3 StraP kid house —Gents' $3.00. uatentll ||||||| Srrs^^st -SO sfia J k*WM Ladies*. Stylish Vici Kid Lace—lo dif IB <fl ' /5k BZ X^SWt ferent lasts (gQ AA 9^>43 >&»? best on earth, f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

12 MAY WHEAT CLOSED AT 71% c, A GAIN OF 34c Liverpool Was Steady Against Our Decline of Yesterday, and Gave the Strength. NEW YORK AND ST. LOUIS STRONG Bradvtreet Figarri a Decrease 01 3,632,000 Bu.—General Sevi» of the Seaalon. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 24.—Wheat took a firmer turn this morning, regained yesterday's loss in part and May sold to 71 7i@72c by noon. July sold to 73*>i@ 73% c. Cables showed only a moderate weakness ia response to our drop of a cent, and the Liverpool market was firm. Liver pool followed us by opening %d lower, but gained to Vid off and at the close was only Isd below yesterday. Paris was up 5 to 15 centimes. Berlin was lc higher. Some more crop damage reports came in from the south west, but nothing especially new. St. Louis was firm and New York was also stiff. Mod erate buying was reported for foreign ac count. A heavy cash business developed. Chicago reported close to a million bushels all told, including some 250,000 bushels for the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

, Wednesday evening, apkil 24 i9oi £ "i 111111 11H BS^li f^JP^l- *** i^Ell^sl* ' tno * stout and brave, . ' /I I^^^^ **'"* liko muffled drums, are beating 111 S^^^^^SO^^^^^^^^^^^' FugSoral "drones to the grave." \i| o^S^° than a man's fi6t, is the most wonder- "i^T iBM is fal of engines. In each twenty-four Y\*- ™9;H 8 hours the anal heart moves approximately six tons of blood, which is / * **W h f! equivalent to about two barrels of blood every hour. What amazing labor V j^3 II |f or so small an organ, working as it does without rest or pause from the ;^!!§i!iL H l| first breath of infancy to the last sigh of old age. When disease attacks JtXß^*\ H 0 the heart it attacks the very citadel of life, and every organ of the body J&p^\^ V^h h _ seems to tremble with apprehension. The strenuousness of modern life,- ■ Mr \a4>r — c| which overtaxes the heart is every day increasing the list of those whose M'\jd&i ; '' 1 sudden end is ascribed to "heart failure." It is hardly poss...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

v THE HAVANA IN THE , "H Prince Bismarck ■ w Ml is the best that ever came over. That good -p^^^^k " pbIP/ I • taste is Havana and it's the only Cigar really ' |l«S§fe f'^raW^i^P^ll If you haven't got them in stock, order fe'^gßS4ft^!M liWH " Yw/ll '" them from us. We will appreciate your BBS Pjj-gjjgiJll HW ' Hgil order and the PRINCE BISMARCK Cigar B^^^^^3y WW will be as good for you as it is for us. q§lLJff§cPff JJPBBI wßfw 7 LYMAN-ELIEL DRUG CO., Wholesalers. ™™^^BJ!S8B' _^E^S^yfey BLOOD POiSOH Is the worst disease on earth, yet the easiest ta core—wbea >•■ luiow wfeat to do. Many hare pimples, spots on the skin, sores In the mouth, ulcers, falling hair, boue pains, catarrh, and don't know 'tis BLOOO POISON. Call and get BROWN'S BLOOD CURE, $2.00 per bottle; lasts one month. For sale by Voegeli Bro.Drug Co., Minneapolis. BROWN'S CAPSULES X me V o n e^ Drag Store, Minneapolis. ' , nv^^m beb^kb i^iM Huß ' jsym STORAGE Household goods a specialty. Un equaled faoitttie* aad lowes...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1901. 20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS •»..• . '. Continued. . ' . <■ EGGS FOR HATCHING FROM STANDARD m\ bred White and Barred Plymouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns, $1;; Imperial .' Pekln duck eggs sc-each. Hazel Hill Poultry Farm. City addrea#;m 6th st S. "V '■"-'v V«■ I BABY CARRIAGE, $5; STEWART RANGE, ' . *10; gas range, $5; Dockash range, $10; refrig j erator, $4; gasolene range, $6.» 502 4th avS. WHOLESALE PROPERTY-RENT ■ '; "~; • WHOLESALE^ PROPERTY FOR RENT. • 80.000 feet floor space. 110-112 2d ay N. 14,000 feet floor space, 23-25 3d st N. 10.000 feet floor space, 206 Nieollet ay. ■'■' GEORGE ODLUM. MANAGER, . Phoenix Building. ___ . FOR RENT • 21 I.VFIRMSHEU HOUSES. . FHEB.VFOR RENT" CARDS FOR THOSB advertising under. this head. Be sure and - call for thorn when you leave th« ad. . ■ ■ : AIcCURDY i-Rents houses. l Taking care -■ &C0.,:i23 \4 Hats, stores, >of 'property • Temple Court. { sells real estate. ) a specialty. List your property ...

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