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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

13 WHEAT BROKE, AND CLOSED ONE CENT LOWER Lower Cables, Good Weather and Expectation of a Bearish Gov- ernment Report. BEARS WORKED FOR A DECLINE Better Support at the Close—Gen ".' ' eral New* of the Session. . Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 9. —The bears in wheat had as inning this morning, and the market broke l%c in the early trading. There was marked disposi tion shown to take advantage of the panicky conditions in the stock market, and try for a sympathetic break In wheat. The early news brought some legitimate news Items of a nature to warrant a decline or at least an easier tone, but the sharp break resulted principally from persistent short selling. Chi cago led In this respect, but the local pit was not slow to fellow. July opened at 73% cor unchanged from yesterday, and sold up to 73% c Pressure soon developed and a sharp break followed, July sailing to 71%®72c. Cables were lower by % to %d for Liverpool. Some oonflloting news came in regard to the French crop, one ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 9, 1901. "NO ONE WAS MY FRIEND." Miss Lucy Durant Felt This Way Before She Took Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve rem ] edy. Now She is Happy and Grateful. Despondency is the usual result of illness. When your head /dies and you cannot sleep, your strength goes and you get blue and discouraged. Miss Lucy Durant, 3211 Morgan Street, St. Louis, Mo., says: 4(f!jri&^. " Sometime ago 1 suffered from jffi gPHE^»ft headaches and loss of sleep. 1 was W^ despondent and gloomy, and I was '***+ 25* H)^ always worn out. I write to show frS '<& f&\ my gratitude and to speak in jM -S=£ Mm behalf of DR. GREENE'S NER ' ~ :''Jttit\ VURA BLOOD AND NERVE REM s§k£Ji K s EDY! I had felt as if no one was s^Pg^^*^«^^^^^^^. my friend. I was sick and in bed Bfefs^?^-!^ half the time Dr- Greene's er- kS^VvP^ vura blood and nerve remedy re , ?|ff^^^^S-^ * stored me to my former good health, Miss lccy DritAvr. t - and I am much indebted to Dr. Greene and his medicine, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

14 MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALERS Mm JOBBERS OF MINNEAPOLIS GROCERS GEO. /?. NEWELL & CO. Wholesale GROCERS, Conn Flru Ay. N. *a 4 Third St. DUNHAM & EASTMAN, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 117-119 and 121 Second Street S. WINSTON, HARPER, F/SHER & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers & Cigars 2d Ay. N. and 4th St. MINNEAPOLIS, • MINN. PAPER MINNEAPOLIS PAPER CO., Wholesalers, Manufacturers and Mill Agents. 241 amd 243 First Avenue N. PRA TTPAPERCOMPANY Wholesale Dealers In PAPER, Papar Bags, Twines, Cordage, Etc. 118 and 120 Wash. Av.N. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. iiiiiiiiiiaiiHiM STORAGE Have you Sore Throat. Pimples, Copper Colored • Household goods a specialty. Un- Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers In Mouth. Hair equaled facilities and lowest rate*." Falling? Write COOK REMEDY 00., -'»* Packing by experienced men. Masonic Temple. Chicago. 111., tor preofi or _ ,_ - - - 0 ti_-i n. iff ci« mi • j v cures. Capital $500,000. We solid: the most IM TrailSfu? &lflßl CO.. 46 SO.TflirflSL obstinate cases. We...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

THURSDAY EVEMNG, MAY 9, 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 14, 15. i.g .; BUSINESS CHANCES • Continued.- ' FOR SALE— STOCK OF SECOND kand furniture; rent cheap; $600 will handle the stock. E. G. Fullertan, Montevideo, Minn. - - ■ ■ - ■ g --..■--■-•■;■, FOR SALE—STOCK OF FANCY GROCER ;ies and fixtures; best location in city. This C' is a snap. Look it up. G 991. Journal. AM HERE FROM THE EAST TO SELL A legitimate business, in which $6,000 to $8,000 yearly profits can be proved! About $1,200 is necessary; unusual opportunity. N 987, Jour nal. ■ ' FOR RENT—THE CENTRAL LAUNDRY; best in Northeast Minneapolis; established trade; $15 per month, including city water. E. Sodergren. 2504 Central ay. WANTED—A MAN WITH $1,000 TO HANDLE carriage rubber tires; big money in it. Ad dress C 991. Journal. : - FOR RENT—IO22 E lUTH ST— FURNISHED butcher shop; splendid location for. a -good business man; rent $12 per month. . A COMPANY OF BANKERS WANTS TO know of towns where there is a good opening for a new bank,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 May 1901

jar Waltham Watches. Emerson established the Wakbam Watch in common speech as a synonym of perfect adjustment. "7ne Perfected American Watch/" an illustrated Book of interesting information about watches, will be sent free upon request. American Watikam Watch Company, Watthzm, Mass* THE MORROW COASTER BRAKE Guarantees You Absolute Comfort and Pleasure in Cycling. Fits any wheel. Your wheel always under control. Security on hills. A luxury on the level. You Ride Fifty Miles, but Pedal only Thirty-five Miles. 100,000 satisfied riders last year. Sold by all cycle dealers. Booklet free. ECLIPSE MPQ. CO., Elmira. N. Y. A MATRIMONIAL MISCDE ITALIAN COINT FIGURES IX IT Mccc of the Late William Walter Phelpa Uuarreln With Her Husband. Mmm Ymi>k Bun Spmclml Serv/om N«w York, May y.—The Count de Castel mardo, formerly of Italy, who married Edith Van Buren, daughter of General Thomas B. Van Buren, and a niece of th» late William "Walter Phelps, last sum auer, has quarreled with the countess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. JUDGE STOPS THE PANIC How the Situation Was Ren dered Less Insufferable. GILDERSLEEVE DID IT Issued an Order Restraining Both Factions in Northern Pacific. THE ORDER WAS NOT SERVED Bat It Had the Effect of Suddenly Brlnying the BelliifcrcutN to Terms. Wew York Stir, Sacciaf Sorvlcm. New York, May 10.—Court proceedings smashed the Northern Pacific corner, and not a desire on the part of the financial giants fighting for the property to avert a general jianic. The speculative interests which had become involved by a battle of the Morgan-Hill and Harriman-Kuhn, Loeb & Co., syndicates and who had un wittingly participated in bringing about a condition of affairs which they least of all desired, were amazed at the efforts of their own handiwork as evidenced in the market. One of the parties to the suit, whose name was kept secret, told how the crisis was reached. He explained it as follows: Early yesterday these gentlemen applied to both Messr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

aT" •asy with the shorts meant more than a temporary truce between the conflictim interests. Many securities have sold a their high record figures recently, on the belief that they would enjoy much benefl from one or the other of the va« consoli dation schemes for which different rail road managers were working, and some hesitation to buy was caused by tear tba the hostilities developed during the North era Pacific contest might delay indefinitely or prevent altogether the p!aus for ex tensive combinations of railroad capita under closely centraliied management. At about 10:20 the cheering news wa given out that the stock exchange had officially announced the successful pass ing of all clearing sheets and the honoring of all checks given by exchange members yesterday. This announcement effectually disposed of the rumors curren; yesterda; that certain houses would be unable to meet their obligations on yesterday s ton tracts. The trading became so feverish around 10:30 that it was ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, I9OT. I\ jgi \ i A\^^jV^^X^ Every woman will understand the significance of \VP-\ \> ([\^jff\y^^ tnat ca^en<^ with i*B ten days erased. For many <&\f\ay \z? kfa^rTX^^ a woman a month, at the best, has but twenty days when fjfy \/sp© \.>BD&y^ B^ie can ac^ve^7 participate in household affairs. Those r (R\\fjAitti\j4^ Other days are lost to her. They are days of suffering and misery \ jxTyte^yfX^^ xrhich make her sometimes long for death to come and relieve her " yJxpXyi sufferings." Yet, what oan she do ? She has generally tried all means yjy^ of relief suggested to her. Often, like Mrs. Dennis, she has M sought relief among the medical profession and found none;" or, like Mrs. Elkins, has ,__^> tried medicines and doctors without avail. And yet there was a &s£ffl&iik^li cure for these women, and they fortunately found it. They tell wmL OH** I below the story of their sufferings and their cure. They are just / J^j^jJE'lk two women...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & M.LAIN. MANAGKK EDITOR THE JOURNAL la published KTerjr ; evening, except Sunday, at AT-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building. Minneapolis, Minn. ' C. J., BiUsou, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—S6, 87. 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— ?M Stock Ex change building. • ■ " SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Frlntins Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1-00 Od& copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition. 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents The Streets Are Theirs According to the supreme court, the j>eople of Minneapolis have no rights iv the streets of this city which the tele phone companies are bound to respect. The supreme court has practically said that the telephone companies can place poles wherever they please, and the property owners whose property may be d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

!FEIDAY EVENING. MAY 10, 190 L ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« I Exceptional Clothing Values T /\pf» 1 ? r* i I Prices for I Offered for Saturday i Day O n. y . For Saturday, May the 11th, we offer some exceptional values ▼ in our men's ready to wear clothing; these goods are first class, V and made up in the best possibje manner. V We offer regular $10, $11 and $12 Suits, " --^ >^ strictly all wool cassimeres and cheviots O r^->ZI *n beautiu spring patterns; C^T 50 t^§^ also plain blacks and blues, **£•**** V, our price 4^ /V^Ner^ We offer the best value in men's ready-to a . y*? y's\M*^\ wear suits, in black and blue clay worsteds, ♦ /\ \ also serges, ever offered <Eg /^V OO / J * \ in this city, for Saturday *P 1 \J VU O r ■ Our entire line of men ready to wear \. N, ' 'T *\ spring suits; none better in any respect, Sff^vl^ V m our regular price $15.00, $ 1 0.00 X g v^VJL==, X \ojf your choice for Saturday ■** | jjj yf /1 \ !!^^ One lot of youths' suits, regular $5, $5.50 L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

er CITY NEWS >lll*vauk«-t''» Minnetonka Train*— The Milwaukee's Minnetonka service will be gin next Monday. The train will leave Hotel St. Louis at 7:45 a. m. and Minneapolis at 6:30 p. m. Not a Suicide—instead of haying com mitted suleldt, as was feared by «onie of hU friends, William Lowe, porter In Ed Ter rlU's saloon went to the home of a friend where he Is now being cared for. Rev. 8. >. Deinard'i Lecture—Rev. S. N. Delnard, of the South Side Hebrew con gregation, of Chicago, will lecture this ev«iiug at Hebrew Reform congregation. Fifth avenue S and Tenth street. Cottase City Lots—Hill & Garwood report the sale of six lots in block 13 or the Cottage City addition. This property Is south of Lake Calnoau, about a block from tho boulevard and near the Cottage City station of the street railway. The lots will be im proved. G. F. Warner Buck- F. ."Warner has Just returned to Minneapolis after a winter In California. Mr. Warner is en thusiastic over Minneapolis. He says th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1901. YERXA M^B. COFFEE We submit to the criticism of every Coffee drinker that "Hoffman House" is a 30-cent coffee with all the Java and Mocha richness, fineness, fragrance, smack and life of the best elsewhere 45-cent Coffee but the genuine article can be bought in bulk at the Yerxa Stores only. __ TfiAS ew m P° rt as Pure Lard irb!^..............:.. 9c ■ vQg gOOd; feW tea Cnin9*k Fancy home grown, Q* dealers import at all, but fP|" aCh peck ' } c lean on the expensive L6ftUl6 Head..... *C middleman. By reason of Asparagus Bunch. , 5c importing direct, we are pj e pi an f f b « | c enabled to retail pure teas «■_. ," "£"£^',."l* tun thus: oirawuerries lowest poss^e puces. "■iitarda" Tea aone-dollar-a-pound PineaPl|leß Each l 4° IninarQa ICQ Ceylon and Cft* „ ,■» India blend; per ib DUG Qn|f A t. Fancy Creamery. £1 IK "llmma" blend of India and Ceylon jtllt- 0111161 6-lb.Jar ;.. olilO miinO edire Teas.flavor mild butC|| _ Butter l>atrv, 14c 16c 18c superb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

8 The Plymouth Clothing House. Everybody goes to M ("^jR Hft^P^^^^^^^^P^ **"" Shotv Windows, IS he Plymouth this year WSISJMM^Ss. rJS^AMJeSAJLJLBJLH Cor. Sixth and Jficollet High gra.de SUITS $15 -«- $18] Correct HATS ] ■"""■"■"■^""^""Tr"™"""™!^™" 1' £ . cc ''"■ • -It is common sense to wear a Derby or Soft Hat becoming to one's The Plymouth always shows the latest fashions. This is peculiarly true of tomorrow s offerings in ; individuality rather than to follow the fashion of the moment, regard men's clothing, for we place in stock this afternoon—Friday—so new and exclusive patterns of the,very less of looks - " latest styles of men's suits. These suits are mostly of that delicate pastel shade, which is not shown by Here you ' have all the accepted sty Of; Knox, Youmans, Guyer,. any other clothing store in this section. There are also olive greens, blues and browns, with the golden Stetson and others, plus a few of ourowflj ready for the trying on. rod stripe, fine checks and overp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1901. ftICKELpLATE 307 NICOLLET. GIRLS' SENSIBLE SHOES.. Just recived . l^2^*^9 1500 pairs brand new stylish KbK*| in the . morning and get best attention. Girls' Beauty Shoes, with patent tips, fine glaze Kid GtQ £±£% Lace, sizes 11 to 2.... w■■ V V Children* size BJ£ to (£4 QC 10>£ in same shoe,only IbOO Girls' Vlcl Kid Lace Boots, heavy or light weight, single or double soles; excellent wearers; 11 A 4 OR to 2. Only ......9li^u Women's Sizes, 2V» ffe<f VA to 6, only fliOU Children's Sizes, b}£ O 4 A A to 10^. 9 B«W Hisses' Patent Leather Boots, fine dull kid tops, sizes fl^f 7E 11 to 2. Only N> ■■ ■ «J Misses' Patent Leather Oxfords, sizes 11 to 2. £1 CA Only Misses Strong Vici Kid Lace Boots, sizes 11 to 2. • Ott«» Only 5F Ob CONSTITUTION OF CUBA COJIVEVMON WILL MEET TO-DAY Twenty-one Member* Counted Upon to Support the Platt Amendment. , New York, May 10.—According to a dis patch from Havana, the constitutional con vention will reconvene fo-day ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

10 ▼ Broken I|P Promises. HOW often has your tailor broken his promises and disappointed you with your New Suit or Overcoat? Why not save yourself this annoyance? Come here if you are in a hurry and we'll show you the newest fabrics at less than half the price asked by the custom tailor, and when it comes to make and style the leading custom tailors have to do their best to construct clothing that compares with ours. THERE'S a wide range $]Q '. */£ in $2$ I- of prices here, from 11/ *nd *"* to*O And we have just received an elegant assortment of the newest and richest weaves In Worsteds, Cheviots, Unfinished Worsteds, Serges and Summer Flannels. "No Clothing Fits Like Ours" . Browning, King 4 Co., CJ. GUTGB9KLL, Mgr. 415 tO fig NtCOlUt AY. ROLPH 6 BALL, 727 NIGOLLET AVENUE. We will place on sale, Monday, May 13th, a large line of remnant*, Tapestry, Velour, Damask and all kinds of coverings, suitable for repair work, at very low prices. These coverings will be closed out at manu fac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MA^: 10, 1901. HICKELpLATE 307 Nicollet. Boys' Service Shoes Made of. Solid i Leather, well put together — Good sensible shapes. . .. v^'«y ■ Armored Cruiser Shoes xuj with steel protected soles. fBP MB strongest boys' shoes Hi a \&li? made. To a pair; <&Q I*" \a!H aH sizes, 0n1y....... M*» I % \S| Box Calf and Ylc - M * \^L«nißß»v lit(i Boys* Shoes, a *£ .JraS^SSl so"d leather.seam- M. *?>' WnStb^Q? less vamps; wear I'^sv %fi\#w3J and look well, 6 B\ <X \3cL styles, all sizes, "Never Rip" Boys' Shoes, cut out of one piece of seal call and can't rip; ail siz- 4 AC es, $1.50 value, our price w I mJm%9 Boys' Tennis Oxfords, good rubber E ft A soles, all sizes, only UUD Boys' Best Tennis Oxfords, Good- "7 !»*> year glove make, all sizes, only ■ %9v Boys' Cycle Shoes, kangaroo 04 OR call uppers, all sizes, only V» ■ ■*■** 3jML «*C hi H ■ H n I!V '--/ ** \f^ J i Vf^^g S*^ gJI U H ' When a good phy- Rj^ sician prescribes beer UJ W&m for a patient it...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

r slr^ - The Three Thing's Most Important in Shoes are HBBHHBfiBQBi "; ' - - ,: * ' ■ ' ■ FIRST—A Perfect Pit:... SECOND—StyIe and Graceful k design, that Means Beauty.... THlßD—Thoroughly Pirst Class Materials and Construction, that Means Service. KNOBLAUCH SHOES FURNISH THAT RARE COMBINATION. 239 Nicollet Aye. and 23 and 25 So. Wash. Aye. SAMPLE SALE OF BOYS SHOES FOR SATURDAY ffoF"—^ Ladies' fine vici kid lace, best Gent's t Patent, „ , |; c on earth for $2.50, special price Leather Oxford ■„•''."•''. v JW Wi per pair, - ; 42* "ft QR Ties,; new-Teddy ; r~~j -■ > jf^CfEEL 4#\ only " ■ Bvll and Tremont lasts,' . 11 1 jlyX ' Ladies' patent, leather Oxford per Pair; ML ■' ' JkJL.****** I*'1 *' 41 Ties, new shapes, worth $2.00, &O 'aa i |«\ .; _^#^^^^. special, per $1.69 I|*"UW MMi\ < —^ __ t *\t i \t\ vlui^r iiiiiwi ■ our Calf and Vici \l|j^ B .^gf*^ m^^^BMSß^^^. Kid Oxfords, new /Vfif'^ Ism $2, $2.50 and 53.00 Boys' Sample Lace, 1 4^O ISh / *$* J^ in boxcalf, veluur JKj gT...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

i". FEIDAY EYE:NTM}, MAY id, 1901. V National Bank Statements. REPORT" of the condition of the NORTH WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, at Minneapo-' Us, in the state of Minnesota, at the close of business April 24. 1901. '■ RESOURCES. Loans, and discounts $3,913,357.25 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 268.18. U.S. bonds to secure circulation.. 100,000.00 D. 8. bonds to secure U. S. deposits 10J,000.00 U. 8. bonds on hand 1,000.00 Premiums on U. S. bonds None Stocks, securities, etc 567,268.63 Banking-house, furniture and fix • tures .\.. None Other real estate owned '. None Due from national banks (not reserve agents) ..$395,827.35 Due from state banks and bankers 31,500.91 Due from approved re serve agents 821.187.26 Internal revenue stamps. 3,039.67 Cash and other cash Items 16,319.07 Exchanges for clearing house 260.247.51 Notes of other national banks 64.105.00 Fractional paper curren cy, nickels and cents.. 504.74 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz.: ' • Specie 375.575.00 Legal-tender not...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

v SHARP BREAK TO START, WITH LATER RECOVERY Wheat Dropped ie From the Open ing, but Worked Back Again at the Close. TRADERS FEAR THE GOVT. REPORT Good Crop Reports, but Possibility Of Later Drought Develop- , , ment in Kansas. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 10. —Wheat made another break to-day, opening I higher but losing the advance promptly. July opened at 72% c and dipped to 71% cen the break. September wheat sold down to 6S%c. There was & little encouragement found In the fact that Liverpool made only a small decline against our break of yesterday, and '. that Argentine shipment* were moderate. This gave the opening show of strength, but on the first trades the- market met with pres sure from Tree selling, induced apparently by the continued favorable crop news, and the expectation of a bearish government report. Liverpool was % to Vid lower. Berlin He lower. Antwerp 12% centimes lower and at the clc»e Liverpool was off %®%d. Argen tine shipments for the week were 944....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1901. R^^STATg^RAJfSFJER^ Frank C. Gebhardt and wife to.George . T. • Angell, lot 52, auditor's subdi vision 83 $3,25( Charles F. Ogden and wife to D. C. Bell Investment company, lot 22, block 3, Motor Line addition 25C John Maier and wife to "Michael Birkle, lot 3, block 11, Orth & Hechtmann's addition 1.50 C Albert W. Wass and wife to Mary M. Duffy, lot 14, block 4, Remington's second addition : 2.50 C Shevlin-Carpenter company to Mary ■ E. Fuller., part lots 11 and 12, block 18, Calhoun'park .." l,50( Fidelity Investment Union to C. H. Ingram, lot 1, ' block 42, Remington's second addition -..■......."..... 20C Nellie M. Gates et al. to Jennie S. Carr, lots 15, 16 %nd 17, Seallum Gates' addition 350 E. C. Simmons and husband to C. H. Ingram, lots 12 and 13, Concord sub division 2.00 C Western Realty and Investment com pany to Herman Olson, lot 14, block 9, Wyoming Park addition 450 Helen K. Wilson to William M. Sage, lot 25, block 5, first division Rem...

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