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SPECIAL NOTICES
will be Ultra aatll is m. tor the
I fln edition aad aatll S30 a, a,
for morales; aad Reader dltw.
Rates, 1 l.Bi a norl ftrst laaertl,
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raa eeaseratlvely.
Advertisers, by reqaesilaa-
r4 check, raa bar mntii as
Iressed to a itabrrrf Irttrr la car
f Tat Ha, lainiri tllrMwl will
fc delivered a prsatetla ( th
eaeek ealy.
SITUATIONS WASTED.
LADY stenographer wants a position; brst
of references, and will work for reason
able1 waxes with prospects of Increase.
Address W 10, car ot Bee office.
A-M790
WANTED HALK HKL),
WANTED, two or thre men to work from
our wagons; ateauy worn and good, pay,
C. F. Adams Co., 161 Howard tit.
u Ma
GOOD niesseng-ers wanted; increased pay.
A. D. 'f . Co., 202 South lath. B 81
mm $6 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you llv In th country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among th fanners and stock misers in
the neighborhood you can make to easily
by four or live hours' work. Write us
and w will scna you our proposition,
Tne Be publishing Co., boilcitors' An pi.,
Omaha, Neb. U-AUd
WANTED, a good man iu every county to
take subscriptions for the Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agent ma good
wage vrywtiar. Ateiurencea required.
Adurest, Twentieth Century A-armtr,
Omaha, Nub. B 13
PRlil'lE for civ. rerv. exam.; bk-kp.,
tc Ai. 16, Com. Nat. fik, Aiathbun.
B Mltto
THREE or four good men wanted; $100 per
month. Call 42Y Paxton block.
B M83
FREE shave and hair cut at Moler's Bar
ber College, 1023 Farnam St., ad floor.
B Mm A17
WANTED, two carpenters, April 1, 1902;
work for all summer. Aauress Claus
tltange, contractor, iutan, itto.
B M867 24
WANTED, talesmen to solicit orders on a
new proportion by which you can earn
13 to M a day; young men from 33 to its
desired, who are hustlers and well recom
mended. Room luti, Omaha Be bldg.
B M6
WANTED, a Janitor at Child Saving Insti
tute, ltith and Ohio streets; salary, flS.OO
per month and board, room and laundry.
Apply from 9 to 10 a. m. B 875 24
WANTED, auctioneer to close out aurplui
lock. Apply to Hardy's, 1513 Dodge St.
B-9G2 24
SALESMAN for the road, experienced In
tailoring; salary or com. Must be a
hustler. Farts Woolen Co., 13o5 Far nam
Bt. . B-967 26
UARNES8MAKER wanted, at once. A.
Wolf, Logan, la. B M1M
WANTEDi aa-en' In Omaha to sell hair
cloth; prefer one who sells to the cloth
ing, manufacturers, tailors, trimmings
houses and dry goods trade. Address J.
M. Schwchm A Hons, 13 Wlster 8t., Uer
mantown, Pa, B 909 25
BOY wanted. We want a boy to learn the
manufacturing optical business. Must
live with parents; not over 16 years old.
Proper advancement will be given. J. C.
Huteson A Co., manufacturing opticians,
118 So. 16th St. . . U Sol 24
WANTED An experienced fireman. Apply
J. L. Brandcls A Sons, Boston Store.
WANTED, a good carpenter; steady work
for all summer. Address Joa Schleslger,
contraotor, Yutan, Neb. B M187
WANTED, a competent and experienced
wholesale drug-prlcer. Address, giving
experience and references, Lyman-Ellel
Drug Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
B-M182 25
WANTED, parties with well-boring outfit
for prospecting work. Inquire Geo. T.
Hall, 2O8-210 Bee building, Omaha. Neb.
B-M183 27
WANTED, painters at Bt. Louis for
world's fair work; 13.00 per day, 8 hours
B M184 A7
SALESMEN WANTED.
SALESMEN, to sell steel ranges, only
tnose with experience need apply. E.
K. Keller, Clarinda, la.; lock box. 656.
847 iff
WANTED, salesman for Omaha and
vicinity to sell groceries to the retail
frrocery trade for a Chicago house hav
ng an established trade; -Bone other
than grocery clerks or experienced -sales--man
need apply. Address 8 14, care Lord
A Thomas, Chicago. M847 28
ACTIVE specialty salesman to take per
manent agency for well established class
of goods ued In factories and stables.
No capital, but small bond required. Ad
dress Vlscol company. East Cambridge,
Mass. MIT 3d
WAMEU-rEMALU HELP,
WANTED, two young lady students to
laarn halrdresslng, raanlourlng and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writ Room 220, Be Bldg. C ofts
SPLENDID opportunity Is offered ladle to
learn hulrdresslng, manicuring and facial
massage; all the advantages ot free
clinic, expert Instructions, etc.; years of
apprenticeship saved; splendid wages
paid graduates. Call or write, Moler Col
lege, 1(03 Farnam at. C M771 26
WANTED, an experienced second girl for
amall family. 2U37 Dodge St. c 801
COMPETENT girl for general housework
In family ot three; good wages. 3W7
Howard St. c 173 29
WANTED, girl for general housework. Ad
dress 913 8. silh St. C M&6 28
WANTED, two young ladles to apprentice
in nan ureasiiis snu manicuring, call at
once, 22U Bee bldg,
C M871
WANTED, girl for general housework.
1060 Georgia Ave. C 876
AN INTELLIGENT, middle-aged lady, one
who can deliver a lecture with proper
training. Address W 29, Be. C 9fll 25
WANTED, an experienced saleslady; muat
be able to sell tlress goods, cloaks, suits,
etc.; must talk Htrnun and b attractive
and a good hustler; stat age and wages
expected: send reference. Becker A Co.,
Albion, Neb. C 86$ 24
COMPETENT girl, amall family. 135 North
I2d AV. C 814 36
EXPERIENCED saleswoman wanted for
ult department -Address W 47, car Be.
, . C-Ml 26
1 AS American lady of about (5 wanted as
alealady; required" from r to 4 o'clock;
xperiono not necessary; moderate pay,
t all after 10 a. m. Tues. E. II. Shirley,
410 W. O. W. building. C M178 26
WANTED, cook In a family of three. 2618
Bt. Mary s ave. c Mi8 27
HELP WANTED.
WANTED, 100 girls. 23 to 17. Canadian
Kmu. Bureau; moved 16th and Dudg.
Tel. 884. - All
WB PAY 81.76 per 1.000 for addressing n
vclope at your home; send us 7o for In
structions, material and to show you
mean business: a refund the 7&o whan
you address 600. Th Deston Co., 167
Dearborn si.. Chicago. 833 27
WANTED, 11 experienced wrapper and
Inspectors. Dry goods wrappers pre
ferred. Apply to Mr. Floak, W. K. Ben
nett Co. M1W36
Ssas-Mwa- ii
FOR B8ENT HOISE9.
FOR RENT, M18 N. 17th St., 818; larg 8
story modern hous of 8 rooms, also barn.
Th Omaha Realty t.. UU1 Douglas BU,
upstairs. D CM
EIOHT-ROOM. modern, except furnaca, to.
Q. U. Natunger. li Bldg. 'fhon 4oa,
D43W
TO MOVE right ret Omaha Van Storage
Co.; ofhu lUVs A'arnam. or Taia. lio vj.
' D oil
llfHQPTQ " " Prt' ot city
iiuum jr,
Davis CO., k4 Bm Bldg.
D (U
J ltWT0""'., WAHTIU-TO BUT. MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATE. FOR 8 A I B R E A L ESTATE. , , '"" " OSTEOPATH T. " I C RRTIFICATR (K rlWCTIO.
FOR RENT,
Handsome Brick
Residence
On the smilhwest corner of Seventeenth
end Dougls sts. It was built by the late
Henry I'undt as his home and I one of
the best constructed as well aa ons of the
finest house In Omaha. It Is built entirely
of brick and stone, stone steps, and slate
roof. It Is finished In th choicest of hard
woods, ha hsrd wood floors. Imported
Engllxh til floor In the reception hall,
electrlo lights, porcelain bath, laundry
with stationary wssh tubs, larg pantry,
china and llntn closets, cedar lined woolen
closet, etc.
Twelve Rooms
beside- the basement, containing laundry,
storage rooms, store room, cellar and wine
cellar; also large, high attic store room
separated from the servants' rooms.- It
also ha large veranda, enclosed as a Sun
parlor, equipped with steam heat.
RENTAL PRICE
Includes:
Steam Heat,
Electric Light and
Hot Water
its the house Is connected with the heat
ing and lighting systems of The Bee
building, i-or further Information call on
CHARLES C, ROSEWATER, SECY.
THE BEE BUILDING CO.,
Room 100 Bee Buildiug. : Telepnone 238
10-ROOM basement house, larg lot, 28th
and Jackson, all modern, I if. .00.
Nice 6-room house, 2206 Sherman av., all
modern, 3-'7.00.
G. E. TU II KINGTON, 80S Bee.
D850
SEVERAL house for rent, $8 and up. Chris
Boyer, 22nd and Cuming St. I'hone 204s.
D 806 A18
FOR RENT Desirable -room cottax.
Enquire 1981 So. 11th. . D 114 2
-ROOM flat, 1217 S. lth.t., city water,
812.60; 8-room modern houae. 8321 Harney,
836. Others. Rlngwalt Broa., Barker blk.
D 868
FOR RENT, fine ston 10-rootn residence,
one block south Crelghton college, Harney
street car line. Clarke, Rarage building.
D 134 81
FOR RENT, April 1. 7-room house, 22d and
iiiim ma Dili, ail .iiiMidii, 111 huvh re-
pair, large yard. Inquire at 607 N. Y.
Life building. D 141
HOUSES and data. Rlngwalt, Barker blook.
D l
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Paxton block.
- D 6-8
HOUSES, etc. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas.
D 622
PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO., 601 N. Y. Llf.
D 24
SIX-ROOM modern flat, 1018 Pacific st.,
Charles Hanley. D M838 27
MODERN f-room flat Tlaard. 220 N. 23d
st D M728 31
POSITIVELY th most moderndwelllng tn
Omaha for rent April 1, 9 rooms, 336. 2418
Hamilton St. D M1&8 0)
VANS and baggag wagon. Tel. lies.
D M806
8IX-ROOM house, lawn, shad. Tel. A-2568.
D tbi
FOR RENT April 1, 8-room brick, mod
ern. 818 North 23d. Inqulr at 820 North
23d. D 847
HOUSE for rent April 1. furnished or. un
furnished. Apply 2916 Leavenworth st.,
or telephone 1236. D M179 27
6-ROOM modern flat. 1112 8. 11th St.
D M180
1141 8. 31ST st., 18 room, modern, fSh.
)08 Capitol ave., 10 rooms, modern, 835.
2510 Capitol ave., 10 room, modern, 838.
E. J. Sulltvan, 608 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D M1S8 27
FOR RENT Ft'HNISHBD ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Far nam.
E (U
HOUSEKEEPING, other room. 811 S. to.
K M400 A8
LIGHT housekeeping room... 816 S. 18th.
- . . ; ., -j ! -. E Mm AI.
FURBISHED room for rant. 1617 Cass.
E M438
1 OR 2 nice furnished rooms; gentlemen
only, 614 8. 20th at. E 863 27
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, well furnished,
m Bo. 21st St. B 4MS8 26
FL'RNISHED room for light housekeep
ing; modern; steam heat. 8181 N. I6tn,
Flat 1 tO-lTSM
8 NICE room, housekeeping. 1111 8. 11th st.
E M181
KtRMSUED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE home for young man. 108 8. 26th St.
F-628
ROOMS and boars. GUncairn, lot Douglas,
F H
STEAM heated rooms with board. 180)
Capitol Av. F 4ti8
FOR RENT Nlcly furnished, gteam heated
rooms, wnn or wuooui uos.ru. jiiaiand
hotel, 16th and Chicago SI. F M
ROOMS-"Th Farnam," lth and Famam.
F 472
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, room with board.
F U-A-ii
NEWLY furnished room, with board. 2118
Unci. F 172 26
I'OR HENT I NFIRNISHED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 86 par month, ground
floor room lu Th Bee building, facing
Farnam street; ne expanse lor light, heat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peteis Co..
Rental Agents, Be building. U U6
UNFURNISHED room. Wlthnell block.
16th and Harney. G 171 26
AN unfurnished flat, 4 rooms, modern, gas
bath, 16.00 per month, lid Harney st.
G Mli7 26
FOR RfcftT STORES AND Orfll'II,
FOR RENT Th building formerly occu
pied by Th Be at 814 Farnan 8C It ha
tour alorlea and a basement whtcii was
formerly uaed aa Th Be press rovnt.
This will b rented very reaawnaoly. If
Interested apply at one to C C. Roa
water, secretary, room 100, Be oulluing.
1 Mi
FOR RENT Stor In flrst-claaa location ;
rant rasouabl. Apply R. C. Peter A
Co., ground floor, B Bldg.). l-26
STORE, 14x60. 84us Leavenworth St.
1174 AJ8
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Canvassing agent tn every
county to solicit subscription to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good
Income. Agent In th country with
horee and buggy especially desired. Can
vasser make easily 8W to 81 uo per month.
Address, Century Farmer Solicitor' Bu
reau, Be Building, Omaha. tii
WANTBU-TO RENT.
WANTED, house. If you deeir good
- tenants Oarvla Bros., ltfc4 Farnsra.
K-tt-4 a
STORAGK.
PACIFIC Storag and Warahou Co., 818
814 Jones, geoeial storags and forwarding.
OM. Van Btor. Co., 1111 Vi Faravi Tts. 166-M1
MAOOARD VAJI CXX Tlpboa I48tl
lit
W'NTED at once, 2dhnnd furniture, car
1 s. for Bt. Ixjuls Kxpo. Tel. 771, oi
i.mfy Levin' Furn. wtnre. N. 16th.
N-Ul A7
FOR SALE FlRNlTt RR.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2X. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O sin
TWO bedroom suits, chiffonier, sewing ma
chine, lady s desk, bookcase, steel range,
three rugs, lace curtains, portlers, couch,
two Isrge willow chairs, etc. E. L. Jen
kin. Zill Harney St. O-830
FOR SALE Several articles, Including a
fine bookcase, hat rack, gas range, gentle
man's bicycle, some furniture, Chlikering
piano. Ii6 Chicago Bt. Inquire mornings
orevenlngg. O 122 2-
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGON BTO.
10-PA88ENOER carry-all, newly painted
and upholstered. VVm. Barg, 1440 Sher
man Ave. P 127
FOR repair work on light and heavy
wagon ses Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
P-631
FOR SALE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runabouts, new and second-hand, at cut
prlcea; roust sell to make room; It I no
cheap work, but good work cheap; w do
painting, trimming, repairs and put on
rubber tires. Wm. pfelfer Carriage Work.
27th and Leavenworth. Tel. 1639.
P-M607 All
RUBBER-TIRED coupe, newly painted,
32X; glass side rockaway, 3126; six family
carriages, 846 to 376 each; wagons. Drum
mond Carriage Co., 18th and Harney,
r CJt
GOOD Studebaker top buggy at great sac
rifice. Bee A. W. Johnson, with John
Deere Plow Company. P 9l 24
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FIR timber for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; cribbing and bog lence. 801 Douglas.
W tie
1DHAND saf cheap. Derlgat, Hit Farnam.
INDIAN food and relic. 1118 Fornam.
Q-637
FOR SALE Phonograph, superior to any
other musical Instrument; 86 up. Th
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 640
1DHAND safe cheap. Schwarta, 114 8. 13th.
Q-4U8
SAMPLE piano, eaetern manufacture, fully
warranted, at a bargain. Room 414, Mo
Cague Bldg. Q 648
100 STYLES trusses, catalogue free. Sher
man A McConnell Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. Q Ml
WIRE fence for poultry, hog, lawn and
yard, hitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works, 617 So. 16th St. Tel. 1580.
Q M88S J30
FOR SALE Scholarship In an Omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inqulr 232 Be
Bldg. Q-M9ti8
BICYCLE!), phonograph and supplies.
Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago Sts.
W 74
FLESCHER sell bicycles. 1622 Capitol Ave.
Q-181
810,000922-824 Douglas, formerly Lauer
Bros., or rent; 8V4 also seven living rooms
upstairs. Mrs. Kuhlman, 3a26 North 27th.
Q 120 A6
FOR SALE New National cash register
No. 82. Perfect condition. Cost 3326. J.
C. Huteson & Co., Wholesale Opticians,
118 South 16th St. O 445
MISCELLANEOUS.
GROUND wheat, 9"c "per 100; salt, 31.20 per
bbL Wagner s Feed Store, 1906-11 Cuming
t. R M860
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, US North 16th.
MME. OYLMER, ganutna palmist, 816 8. 16.
ELECTRIC TREATMENT.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, R.3
T Ml) A7
MA88AOE Manicuring; 1816 Howard, flat.
A. T M621 29
PERSONAL.
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; babies adopted. 2306 Orant be
Mrs. Gardels. Tel. F-1182. U 447
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corn and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12.
Frnsr Block. U 648
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 16, 2d floor, r. A
U 764 A16
HAIRDRE8SINO, manicuring- and chiro
pody, for ladles only. In connection with
The Bathery, 216-220 Be Bldg. - U 286
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 0
days: send for circular. O. S. Wood. M
D.. 621 New York Llf Bldg., Omaha, Neb
U-654
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. 'A. C. Mark, 17 A Douglas.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesal
and retail. Collin Piano Co., 1622 Doug,
la. U-651
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with Th Bathery, room 216-220 Boe Bldg.
Tel. 1716. U-648
LJEBEN, theatrical, masquerade costumer.
1018 Farnam. U 650
GOLDMAN'S, th only perfect pleating
plant In th west, zoo Douglas block.
U-M65I
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng, 26c. In
connection with Th Bathery, 218-220 Be
building. Tel. 1716.. U-ta
PRIVATE home for ladle before and dur
ing confinement; babies adopted. 2620
Burdette. Mrs. Burget. ' U 444 All
RUPTURE CURED FOR 828 No pain, no
detention from business; send for cir
culars. Empire Ruptur Cur Co., 881
N. Y. Llf Bldg.. Omaha. U-M273
OMAHA Dy Work, 1617 Howard, th
fashionable cleaners of ladles' ana gen
tlemen's dresses and suits, lace curtain,
draperies. U M728 31
Mlddlemlss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 173.
U M763 Mi
VIAVI, woman'?Svay to health. Horn
treatment Booklet fre. Stf Bee bids
Omaha. U (Li
ELITE PARLORS, 616 8. ltth at., 2d floor.
11 M16 A7
A PERFECT FIGURE.
A perfect figure may be gained by a new
system of development. The chest or ail
hollow or alighted parts ar filled out and
mad beautiful In contour. Special treat
ment for developing th entire form.
Harmless, failure Impossible. The per
sonal attention of form and face special
ists until development Is entirely com
pleted. Th only helpful and harmless
method at the New Hygiene Bathery, 2ju
Bee Uldi'. Consultation free.
U-M690 Al
OOOD BETTER BEST
Cigars are good, some are better, but the
FAMOUS
STOECKER CIGAR
la decidedly the Beat 6c cigar on the mar
ket tVav th band and get a prise.
W. F. BTOECKKR CIGAR CO.
U-806 24
FLESCHER will fix your blcycl rlgnt
D-1M
MONEY TO LOAN HEAL ESTATB.
WANTED, city loans, bonds and warrants.
George A Company, luol Farnana street.
W-666
i PER CENT en sualneas property.
I per cent on residence property.
Option to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. IdEIKLE. ul fiT littt St.
W 64
WANTED, city loan and warrants. W
Farnam Smith A Co, 1330 Farnam St
W-457
WANTED, elty and farm loans; also bonds
ana warrants, rv- . nun ex Co., 17uJ
I mini dl, omw oiug. V
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
tat. Brcnnan-Lov Co., 8u8 South 12th.
W-SoS
FARM and city loan, low rates. W.' It
Thomas. 1st Nat Bank Bldg. Tel 1448.
W-e0
4 it TO 8 P. C ssoaay. festal, pszton Blk,
w-a
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 837 N. T. L.
W Wl
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wed. 14 DouglaX
I TER CENT loan. Garvin Bros.. 19)4
Farnam. . W 6t
83n, 3Vi0 AND ll.onn private money. 1, 1, 3
or 6 year, on eastern Nebraska farms or
well located cottages In Omaha. W. U
Belby, Board of Trade Bldg. W vl8
THE OMAHA REALTY CO., l.Vl Douplis
St., upstairs, small homes, building lota;
private money to loan on easy trms.
W-M513
FOR SALE, choice mortgage loans. Gnrvln
Bros., 1804 Farnam St., Omaha. W M974
MOSET TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WE make loan on Furniture,
Pianos, Horses, Wagon, Carriages
and other chattels.
W make
SALARY LOANS
without mortgage to persons who
8ave permanent positions. You can
get the money on very short notice
and pay It back In one month, or
keep It longer, and pay for it only
what time you keep It We are
leaders In low rales, quick and con
fidential erice and courteous
treatment. W Invite comparisons
of rate, time, payments, etc. We
lve you the full amount of the
OAN ln cash. W always "try t
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 22H6,
Established 1892.) 808 So. 16th St
X-M66
M
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STOP THAT COLLECTOR'S CALLS
By seeing us today tn our private
office.
HAVE YOUR INDEBTEDNESS IN
ONE PLACE,
where you can pay easily.
Every 31 paid off loan reauces cost.
"SALARY LOANS ON PLAIN NOTES"
to male or female employes.
No one need ever know.
No mortgage. No indorser. No publicity.
A little help st the right time often sets a
man on his feet
Wise people will at least call and inqulr
about our terms and rates.
You sav money when you borrow of
"THB BIG CO."
We offer a money-saving chance.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Third Floor.
Room 3o3, Paxton Block. X 736
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
. SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 office In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trad
Bldg. X-468
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, ETC.,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
' goods." Written guarantee given to this
' effect. AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room
' 803, Paxton Block. X 6t9
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, ETC.,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
goods." Written guarantee given to this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN CO.. Room
lo3, Paxton Block. X 730
MONEY loaned on plain rote to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
X-670
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., suo. to Duff Green. 8 Barker Blk.
X-671
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, eta C. F. Reed, 819 S. 13.
X 672
LOANS on CHATTEL8 and SALARIES.
J. W. TAYLOK. 633 Paxton block.
X-671
BUSINESS CHANCUS.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCague building.
-74
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick commuul
- cate with one who has the customers. 1.
li. Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. 'Phone L-2270.
Y 676
FOR SALE or trade, my entir livery
stock, at a bargain. Address W. C.
Utter back, Ogden Livery, Council Bluff.
Y-M&3
TEN ROOMS, splendidly furnished, modern
uncn. urn, uesi location, rooms uu occu
pied, first-class roomers;, paying proposi
tion; Investigate. J. Ai. ..duhuaon, N. Y.
Life. . i'-MS43
CIGAR, furniture, fixtures' and stock, for
sale, reasonable, fine locution, profitable
business, rare opportunity; see me quick.
J. 1L Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y MS43
FOR SALE or trade, J2,5D0 general mer
chandise stock; good business in north
eastern Nebraska town. Address F. K.
Kline, Blair, Neb. V MS72 28
A BARGAIN. $12,000 to 316,000 general
stock, best part Oklahoma, cheap fur
cash. Willis A Co., Emporia, Kan.
Y Hal 2i
FOR SALE, $1,200 stock of Racket goods.
Good chance for beginner. Address Box
148, Auburn, Neb. Y 102 24
FOR SALE, good paying grocery business
.In one' of the best town-4n. eastern Ne
braska. 'Address AV 20, Bee. Y lol 24
EVERETT, WASH., the greatest, growing,
hustling city on th Pacific coast; more
than doubled her population In two years.
Our Investments are conservative and
safe. If you want bargains call on or ad
dress Everett Investment Company.
Y-911 Al
FOR SALE, drug store N. 16th St.; busi
ness well established: good reasons for
selling. Address W 37, Bee. Y 161 24
FOR SALE or rent, brickyard and eight
acre of land. Address N. W. Servoss,
Beemer, Neb. Y M169 27
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In
the best agricultural section of Iowa;
large annual trade; stock will Invoice
about $10,0oo; profits large; must close up
an estate Interest the only reason for
selling. Address V 40, Bee. Y M426
A NEW stock ot general merchandise, lo
cated In one of the best town In north
eastern Nebraska, for sal, no trades. Ad
dress U 62, Be. Y M738
BAKERY good and confectionary stand,
living rooms In rear; splendid location:
business good: 3200 will buy it. J. li.
Johnson. N. Y. Life. Y M347
WANTED, small stock of hardware doing
a good, profitable business. Give par
ticulars. Lock Box 81, Logan, la.
Y M185 29
OIL 1 the only speculation open to peo
ple of moderate means offering good op-
fiortunltles for large profit from a small
nvestment.
The New Boulder Oil Field produce th
finest grade of oil ever found, and prom
ises to be of wide extent. Insurance
agents, solicitors, traveling ' men and
clerks wanted to represent In their own
town, a company with large acreage In
heart of Boulder Field.
Liberal contract and commissions given to
reliable men, who will have, a chance to
add to their regular earnings by easy
work at odd times. Refer to Boulder
National bank. Address with bank or
mercantile reference, Boulder-Arapahoe
Oil Co., Lafayette, Boulder, Colo.
Y-M136 25
A DIVIDEND PAYER.
A DIVIDEND PAYER.
Millions have been and will be made out of
the great Texas oil field. BIRMINGHAM
BEAUMONT OIL AND TRANSPOR
TATION COMPANY'S SHARES, sell
ing at 15 cents each, are considered a
s .Undid security for both small and large
Investors. This rompany has a produc
tion of 20,000 barrels of oil per day, and
Is an operating and marketing concern
A DIVIDEND OF S PER CENT WAS
DECLARKD by Its directors, payable
April 15, 1902. This company Is one of the
first money-maker on Splndl Top, and
its holdings ar very valuable. We urge
you to end us your order Immediately
before this valuable stock advances and
share In this dividend. Fifteen dollars
buys lot) aha res. Send for prospectus
Letters cheerfully answered.
M ECU EM, CAMERON A CO,
Suite E. 42 Wall Street New York
. Y-913 Al
FOR EXCHANGE.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49. Bee. Z M510
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
I HAVE customers for cottages and small
properties for homes; give me descrip
tion. G. E. Turkington. tmu Bee.
RE-M799
8-ROOM cottage, with barn, modern. 2423
Blnney. RE 932 26
FOR SALE, fine alfalfa farm, 150 acre,
Paplllion valk-y. Rook Island trackage,
ten acre timber, fin water, thre mile
south stock yards, $76 per acre; big bar
gala. Clark. Raaig building.
RE 134 U
FOR PALE, 2o sere fine alfnlfa land, all
under cultivation, tit miles of stork
yards, $75 an acre. Clarke, Ramge block.
H K i:to 31
A CHOICE home, built of pressed brlrk.
Interior beautifully finished, square mo
saic tiled hall, porcelain bath, steam heat
barn, carriage house, shade treea, large
lot Ki fen front: very fine residence loca
tion; close In; this rmpertv cost the for
mer owner over $ls,0tw) and can 1 sold
at a derided bargain for cash. Wm K.
Potter, receiver Omaha Loan and Trust
Co., 3 Brown Blk. P.U M113
BF:VEN clear lots for sal on 30th nd
Pratt St., In L. P. Hammond's addition
to Omaha; lots 11 to 17, block 2. Address
S. Hanson, 1015 Boon St.. Itoone, la.
RE M5S9 A3
BUY best house paints, varnishes, etc
Quality highest; prices lowest. National
Oil A Paint Co., 1016 Jones St.
RE M535 AH
WILLIAMSON, FaVnfmEs1reft
RE-47S
320 ACP.FH Merrick county, very good
land and finely Improved. $35 an
acre; possession given April 1.
HARRiSON A MORTON, OMAHA.
RE 851 25
PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO., 601 N. Y. Life.
RE 618
FOR SALE
A large modern mansion of 16 rooms, cen
trally located, In excellent condition,
newly papered and painted, two bath
rooms, two large lots, with handsome
shade trees. This place would make an
Ideal home, or It Is suitable for a hos
pital or sanitarium. The owner Is anxious
to sell at once.
The Omaha Realty Company,
1301 Douglas St, Upstairs.
RE 142
FOR a 13 per cent Investment In rental
Eroperty or choice trackage see William
. Munroe, 811 N. 16th st. RE MS19
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real estate, mort-
gages, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
RE 740
COLORADO ranch lands, homesteads,
school section leases. D. W. Irwin, Ak
ron Colo. RE M178 As
HOUSES and lots In all part ot city; also
sere property and farmlands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 653, Be Building.
RAt-681
TI
IE OMAHA REALTY CO.. 1301 Dougla
t.. upstairs. Small houses for sals: chain
building lots, call for catalogue and price
list. Private money to loan on easy
terms. RE M534
STOCK ranch. 1,040 acres, three miles from
Loup City, Neb., 326 per acre; 720 acres
pasture and hay land on valley, balance
rolling; 130 acres under cultivation; good
Improvement. Address Box 297, Loup
City, Neb. RE M787 25
NEW Snow-Church Co., 4th floor N. Y
Life Bldg., Omaha, Nab. Largest law,
collection and real estate agency In the
world. Associate banks attorney and
real estate broker In every county In th
United State and cities of foreign coun
tries. RE 674
FARMS1 FARMS! FARMS!
For bargain in farm property go to
O'Neills Real Estate Agency, South
Omaha. RE 680
RANCH and farm land for sal by the
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarter, Omaha, Neb.
RE 477
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans; also
Mr insurance. Bemls, Paxton Block.
RE 678
IF YOU want one of the nicest 8-room
homes In Hanscom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must sell.
j. rl. bnerwooa. iuv rs. x. i Bldg.
-, T.-
I,iv M153
FARM FOR SALE.
ADMINISTRATOR'S Sale of Farm Sealed
bid will be received at ray office urt to
March 26, 1902, for a well improved farm
six miles east of Council Bluffs, consist
ing of 342 acres. For further particular
Inquire of Cha. T. Officer, administrator,
- 419 West Broadway, Council Bluff. Ia.
-639 26
120 ACRES, 10 miles northwest of Long Pine
and 11 mile northeast of Alnsworth. Ad
dress W 13, Bee. 821 26
CARPET CLEANING.
OM. Elec. Clean. Wks.. 2221 N. 20, tel. 1668.
876 A4
BALE TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bal Tie Co.. 811 North 16th.
7U3
MEDICAL.
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women In Omaha,
wouid call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement, and hi
treatment for irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
Omaha. 683
LADIES! Chichester' English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best. Safe, rellabls. Take
no other. Send 4c stamps for particular.
"Relief for Ladle," In letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
TYPEWRITERS.
WILL sell my Oliver typewriter cheap for
cash. W 42. Bee. 13 29
TREES.
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines,
shrubs, roses, small fruits, etc. Address,
Omaha Nursery. Papllllon. Neb.
14
TREES. Hatel Dell Nursery, 3208 N. 24 at
317 A
TREE trimming by experienced men. Ad
dress Chas. Destelhorst, Soil Cass St.,
Omaha, Neb. 972 29
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG Shorthand. Om, C. Col., 16th ADoua
66
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Ufa.
-437
BOYLE8 college, court reporter principal.
N. Y. Life.
NEB. Business A Shorthand Collage, Boyd'
Theater. &g
MANUFACTURING.
P. MELCHOIR, 13th and Howard, ma
chinist M70
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors end
sales. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 So. 10th St
Mil
GARBAGE.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage A
dead animals at reduced prices, 621 N. 14.
Tel. 1779. 42 A3
STAMPS, COINS, ETC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., 208 8. 13th.
SEWING MACHINES.
WRITE for agents' pricas; ball-bearing
Wheeler-Wilson. C A. Lyman, stat
agent. Lincoln, Neb. M949 A4
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kind of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Oihlltree,
2utb and Lake street. 170
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
THE GARDENERS protect old age a wall
as life. Charter mmber fre. Particu
lars from Frank Rowater, suprern
manager. 221 Be Bldg. 734
DHE SHAKING.
IN FAMILIES or at home. Mis Sturdy,
8043 Fsrnam. 4X4 Al
FIR DRESSING.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, U34 8- 13th.
7uo
OtD E. A ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths
ami dib n. 1. un oig. isi. iss.
DR. A. T. HUNT. Ill McCagu Bldg. T4.
1352. 6M
DR. MR& MU8ICK. Douglas Blk. Tat tTX
.
1 - 3
BICYCLES.
NOW I th time of the season for vou to
T:et your new or second-hand bicycle; th
argest and best stock In the cltv to se
lect from at Flescher's, 121 Cap. ave.;
best equipped repair shop in the west.
1 2
FENCING.
FRENCH, Spanish, fencing. S36 Pee Bldg.
MI57 A 22
NICKEL PLATING.
OMAHA r la ting Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 3534.
-701
FLORISTS.
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tel. 1263.
66
L. LECLUBE, florist Blooming and pot
plant. 1813 Vinton t Tel. 2676F.
M97 A5
COAL.
MONROE Coal and Feed Co. 'Phone 871.
114 A4
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 410 Ramge Bldg.
LAVNDRY.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars,
2c; cuff, 4c 1730 Leavenworth. Tel. 647.
70.1
FACTORIES.
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suitcases; trunk
.ul.., rv.. l. 1 , in. T - -
697
PAWNBROKERS.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
698
INVESTMENTS.
CHOICE FARM LOANS FOR 8 A LB.
R. C. PETERS A CO.. 1702 Farnam St
341 AS
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
GRAND Electric Co., 16 A Jackson. Tel. 2844
31
A CONFIDENTIAL TALK.
I have no store expenses to keep up, nor
sm I rich, but I'll sell you a piano for
5250, no more, no less, that piano dealer
charge you $350 to $409 for. Easy pay
ments. A you play you can pay. Fred
R. Walter, manufacturers' agent, 1113
California st. Walnut Hill car.
M191 2
D
D
Things that Seem
cheap are often the dearest In
the end.
The teeth are useful for year
and should not be experimented
on. Go to a reliable dentist
Bailey tk Dentist.
SIS Psitsa Block,
16th and Farnam its.
Lady attendant Phone 10I.
I
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GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C. March 1,
1902. Sealed proposals, Indorsed ''Proposals
for beef, flour, etc.," a the case may be,
and directed to the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, 236 Johnson street, Chicago, 111.,
will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m., of
Tuesday, April 15, 1902, for furnishing for
the Indian service, beef, flour, bacon,
beans, coffee, sugar, rice, tea and other
article of subsistence; also for boot and
shoes, groceries, soap, baking powder,
crockery, agricultural implement, paint,
oils, glass, tinware, wagon, harness,
leather, shoe findings, saddlery, etc, hard
ware, school and medical supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous article. Sealed
proposals. Indorsed "Proposals for blankets,
woolen and- cotton goods, clothing, etc." a
the case may be. and directed to the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, Nos. 77 and 79,
Wooster, New York City, will be received
'until 1 o'clock, p. m., of Tuesday, May IS,
19"2, for furnishing for the Indian service
blankets, woolen and cotton goods., clothing,
notions, nats and cap. Bids must be mad
out on government blanks. Schedules giv
ing all necessary Information for bidders
will be furnished on application to the In
dian Office, Washington, D. C.j Nos. 77 and
79 Wooster street. New York City; 235 John
son street, Chicago, 111.; No. 816 Howard
street, Omaha, Neb.; the Commissaries of
Subsistence, U. S. A., at Cheyenne, Leaven
worth, St Louis, St. Paul and San Fran
cisco; th postmaster at Sioux City, Yank
ton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka,
'Wichita and Tucson. Bids will be opened
at the hour and day above stated, and
bidders are invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserve th right
to determine the point of delivery and to
reject any and all bids, or any part of any
bid. W. A. JONES, Commissioner.
Mch-24 to Apr-24-d
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State ot Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 1902.
It la hereby certified that th Germania
Fir Insurance Company of New York. In
the stat of New York, has compiled with
the Insurance law of this state, applicable
to such companies, and is, therefore, au
thorised to continu the business of fire
and lightning insurance In this state for
the current year ending- January 11, 1901.
Wltnes my hand and the seal of the au
ditor of public accounts, the day and year
first above written.
CHARLES WESTON.
(Seal.) Auditor Public. Accounts.
By 11. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
Stat of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 102.
It is hereby certified that the Reading
Fire Insurance Company of Reading, in
the state of Pennsylvania, ha complied
with the Insurance law of this state ap
plicable to such companies, and Is, there
fore, authorised to continue the busi
ness of fire and lightning Insurance in
this state for th currant year ending
January Ust, 1J"3.
Wltnes my hand and th seal of the
auditor of public account the day and
year first above written.
CHARLES WESTON,
iSeal.) Auditor Public Accounts,
ly At. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 1902
It Is hereby certified that the Empire City
Fire Insurance Company of New York, In
the state of New York, has compiled with
the Insurance law of this state applicable
to such companies and is, therefore, au
thorised to continue the business of fire
and lightning insurance In this state for
the current year ending January 31st, 19u3
Witness my hand and th seal of the
auditor of public account the day and
year first above written.
CHARLES WESTON,
fSeal ) Auditor Public Account
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
Siwte of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 1902
It Is hereby certified that Th Mer
chant Insurance Company of Newark In
the state of New Jersey, ha complied with
the Insurance Isw of this state, applicable
to such companies, and is, therefore, au
thorised to continue the business of fire
and lightning Insurance 1 this state for
the rurrent year ending January 11, lii3.
unrs a ray nana ana tn seal of th au
ditor of public account, th day and year
first above written.
CHARLES WESTON,
(Seal ) Auditor of Publlo Accounts.
By II. A. BABCOCK. Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
Btate of Nebraska. Office of Auditor of
Publlo Accounts. IJnr.oln. February 1. I4na
It U hereby certified that Standard Life
ana scuaoat insuraric company of IJe
Uott, in th state of Michigan, has com
piled with the Insurance laws of this stats,
applicable to such companies, and Is. there
fore, authorised to continue the business
of accident Insurance In this stats for the
current year ending January 31, ml
Summary of report tiled for the year
ending December 31. 1I:
INCOME.
Premiums $1,244,721 M
All other sources .. 41,267.94
Total $ 1,2;J,79.M
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid Tollcy holder ..$ 61S.R77.W
All other payment .. 679,616 .63
Total $ l.Msj.JM.w
ADMITTED ASSETS
$ 1,831,301. $4
LIABILITIES.
Unpaid claim and
expense $ 2S1.IM2.M
I nearned premiums.. 623.816. 38
All other liabilities.. n,flOo.on$ KS.64S.33
Capital (ock paid tip 25O.OW.0O
Surplus beyond cap
ital stock and other
liabilities 2fS,53.0-$ 606.663.02
Total I 1.331,10134
witness my hand and the seal of th
auditor of public accounts th day and
year rlret above written.
(8l) CHARLE8 WESTON,
. Auditor of Public Account.
By H. A. BABCOCK. Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
Stat of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
rubllc Accounts, Lincoln, February I, 102.
It Is hereby certified, that th New Eng
land Mutual Life Insurance company of
Boston, In the state of Massachusetts, has
compiled with the Insurance law of this
state, applicable to such companies and I
therefore authorised to continue th busi
ness of life Insurance In this state for th
current year ending January 31. 1903.
Summary of report filed for the rMr
tiding December 31, 19il:
. INCOME.
Premium $4.23t.fM.nS
All other source .. I.8V6.812.76
Total $ 1,621407. 13
DISBURSEMENTS
raid policy holders. .$3.ns,101. 48
All other payment.. 1.O02.&40.S0
Total $ 4,041.641. M
ADMITTED ASSETS.
I 81,T7$,7M.22
Net reserve $28,911. SK3.60
rei poucy claims.. 19.3M.M
All other liabilities. 179,919.68 129,261,142.04
Surplus beyond cap
ital stock and
other liabilities... 1,524,4J.1S-S 1,624,841.18
.. uniiu una in seal or me
auditor of public accounts the day and
year first idnv, -nion
(Seal.) CHARLES WESTON.
t, . .r Au.'1,2r of Tubllo Accounts.
By II. A. BABCOCK. Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
T,Bi?.,e .of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Ttinllf. iMfllinl. ln.lH H. .
. . . -""ii, r rui UHI J I. JIN.
di . ,-,hrebf certified that the Lloyd
. mauranoe company Of New
York. In h .1.1. 7. xl. u v.. ...
nllH wl,R i .... 1 . . .
.. t. . w iii.i.iii.t iww 01 tma state,
applicable to such companies, and Is. there- ,
fore, authorised to continue the business of
em. i insurance in inis state ror tn
current year ending January 31. 1901.
Summary of renort filed for th year
ending December 31, l(vn:
INCOME.
Premium $425,129 l
All other sources 33,914 87
xoiai $448,014 99
t)TQDrTtlQCUirUi1a
Paid policy holder $197.87 40
mi iiiiit-r payments 20, Its Zit
Total $4AS,tS 7f
ADMITTED ASSETS.
- $W4,4fil r
.... LIABILITIES.
Unpaid claims and ex
penses $ S.Z14 02
v oirai icu t'iriiiiuill, .... m,.VP
All other liabilities 12.732 29 248,400 70
nnini nines psia up... ZSO.UW 00
Surplus beyond capital
stock and other lia
bilities 164,260 34- 416.260 M '
Total 06
Wltneu my hand and the seal of th au
ditor of public account, th day and yar
first above written.
, , CHARLES WESTON.
(Seal.) Auditor Publlo Account.
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Nebraska. Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, February 1, 1902.
It is hereby certified that the New Jersey
Plate Gins Insurance Company of New
ark, In the state of New Jersey, ha com
plied with the Insurance law of this state,
applicable to such companies, and Is. there
fore, authorised to continue the business of
plate glass Insurance In this state for the
current year ending January 81, 1903.
Summary of report flld for the year
ending December 81, 1901:
INCOME.
Premiums 4131.648 82
All other source 7,823 07
Total $1S9,S 99
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid policy holder $ 62.9NO 90
All other payments 71,090 89
Total $124,071 7S
ADMITTED ASSETS.
8306,284 S8
LIABILITIES.
Unpaid claims and ex
penses 8 2.071 !
Unearned premium S,46 66
All other liabilities 425 00 70,96 91
Capital stock paid up.... $100,000 00
Surplus beyond capital
stock and other lia
bilities 16,12 04 138.31 04
Total $204,234 8$
Witness my hand and the seal of th au
ditor of public account, th day and year
first above written.
CHARLES WBSTON.
(Seal.) Auditor Publlo Account.
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
Stat of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Public Account, Lincoln, February 1, 1902.
It I hereby certified that the United
State Life Insurance Company of New
York, in the stat of New York, has com
piled -with th Insurance law of this state,
applicable to such companies, and I, there
fore, authorised to continue the business of
life Insurance In this state for th current
year ending January 11, 1908.
Summary of report tiled for the year end
ing December 81. 1901:
INCOME.
Premium $1,820.431 87
AH other aource 410,122 88
Total $1,710,71 43
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid policy holders.. $1.041, 388 92
All other payments.. 604.064 81
Total $1,809,421 81
ADMITTED ASSETS.
$S.4T8,66 48
LIABILITIES.
Net reserve $7,723,793 00
Net policy claims and
matured Install
ments not yet due.. 111.920 88
All other liabilities.. 24.124 93 4)7,868,834 28
Capital stock paid up 440,000 00
Surplus beyond capi
tal stock and other
llabllltle 178,728 23 tnt.T? 28
Total t,47l.$' 48
Wltnes my hand and the seal of th au
ditor of publto account, th day and yar
first above written.
CHARLES WB8TOM,
(Seal.) Auditor Public Account
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of Nebraska. Office of Auditor of
Publlo Accounts, Llnooln, February 1, 1902,
It Is hereby certified that the Manhat
tan Llf Insurance Company of New York.
In the stste of New York, ha compiled
with the insurance law of this tate. apv
plU-abl to such companies, and is, there
fore, authorised to continue the business
of life Insurance In this atat for th cur
rent year ending January 31st, ,1908.
Summary filed for the year ending De
cember 31, 1901:
INCOME.
Premium $1,03, 143.8
All other sources .... j8,U60.0S
Total ., $1,841,193.40
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid policy holder. .$1,636,779.01
All other pay menu .. 876,84U.K)
Total . $1601.61111
ADMITTED ASSETS.
$16,80$4l.$4
LIABILITIES. I
Net reserve $14,&47.4).00
Net policy claim ., 131.018.00
All other liabilities. Wi01 81$,18,931 01
Capital stock paid up luo.uuO.W
Surplus beyond capi
tal stork and other
liabilities 1.548.121 63-1 1 46, 431 8
Total ..$1.8ub,$46 44
Witness my hand and th ! of th
auditor of publlo account th day and
year first above written.
CHARLES WESTON,
(Seal.) Auditor Publlo Accounts.
By 1L A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
Btate of Nebraska, Office of Auditor of
Publlo Accounts, Uncoln. February 1, 1903.
It I hereby certified that th Firemen's
Insurance Company of Balttmor, In the
state of Maryland, has complied with th
Insurance law of this stat, applicable to
such eoaapantea, and la, therefore, author
ised to continue the businea of fir and
lightning Inaurane In this stat for I lie
current year ending January 11, lull.
Wltnes my hand and th al of th
auditor of pubno accounts, th day and
year first above written.
CHARLES WESTON.
(Seal ) Auditor of Public AoaounU. '
By H. A. BABCOCK, DeputyT -