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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: MONDAY, MAKCH . 31, 1D02.
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advertisers, ay reejneatlasr n iim.
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f The Itee. Answer aa addressed will
ho delivered aa areaentntlea of Iki
a keek only.
W ANTED, two or thre men to work Irora
our wagons; sieauy worn and good pay.
C F. aum.uk Co., 14l reward bt
- B M92t
GOOD messengers wanted; Increased pay.
, A. D. X. Co., iU South Utb. B till
15 FOB HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live in Uia country or in a ama.il
town and nav a good acquaintance
among ma turmers and aloe riors in
the neighborhood you can make fa easily
by tour or live hours' worn. Wrlie aa
and we will acrid yuu our proposition.
In be PuulUtilng ui., ooiltitoia lui.,
Omaha. Neb. UUiU
WANTED, a good man lu every county to
tax suDsciiptlona tor the Twentieth
Century lartucr. Our agent, ma good
wages vrywuerc. Kfle rentes required.
Ad ore a, Twentieth century Farmer,
Omaha, Nab. B tli
i'RKl'jii or cir. rery. (urn.; bk-kp.,
tc H. 15, Com. Nat. Bk. Kathbuu.
'i'HRKK or four good men wanted; $luu per
uontn. Call 62 Paxton block,
FREE ahave and hair cut at Moler'a Bar
ber College, ltfcj urnam at., ad Moor.
. . B-Mi.3 A17
WANTED A good meat cutter and sausage
maker, and lor sale, hair Interest in tne
tin eel market In tbe west. X 1, Bee.
11 .Jo 31
WANTED, salesmen to aollclt orders on a
new proposition by which you can earn
U to 15 a day) young men from U to m
desired, wbv are husuera and well recom
mended, hoom luti, Omaha Bee bldg.
HARNE88MAKER wanted, at once. A.
Wolf, Logan, la. 11 M 164
WANTED, a good carpenter; steady work
for all Bummer Adcirena Joe Bchleslger.
contractor,. Yutaa Neb. B Mis7
WANTED, painter at Bt. Louis for
world a fair work; $300 per day, hours
B &IU1 A7
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
ran offer all the advantages of free
clinic, steady practice, expert Instruc
tions, demonstratlnna, etc.; only two
months required; complete outtlt of tools
presented; c ws and shop experience
Maturdaya: diplomas granted, positions
guaranteed; catalogue mailed free. Moler
barber College, 18.4 Farnam si.
H MX !
THE Minnesota Mutual Life Ins. Co.
wants a first-class I if e Insurance man to
take charge of district In Nebruska. A
very liberal contract will be given. Call
or address John 11. Bowman, manager,
suite 432, Bee Bldg. B 3fc AA
WANTED, for Denver. 15 . union stone
masons. Address Stone V-'ontractors As
sociation. B U41 31
TRAVELER WANTED State age. refer
ences And salary expected. Los Anfelcs
Cider Co., HU Louln, Mo. B 347-A1
WANTED, an upholsterer; steady Job and
good wages for the right man. At A. K.
bhockley s Furniture worka, 1U18 Cuming.
B M483 31
WANTED Draughtsman or engineer for
shop details and general work. Address
W 66, Be. B-43S Al
PRINTER, to take chsrge of Job and ad
composition; need not be a pressman, but
muut be firm-class Job compositor; good
wages. - Address the York (Neb.) Repub
lican. B 240 29
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn kalrdresstng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writs Room , B Bldg. U 4(8
WANTED, two young ladles to apprentlc.
In halrdresslng and manicuring. Call at
once, 220 Bee Bldg. C M871
WANTED, girl for general housework.
1060 Georgia Ave. C 878
WANTED Ladles at once to learn halr
dresslng, manicuring and facial massage.
On agcount of Che demand for our grad
uates we are making special Induce
ments; four weeka completes by our
method of free clinic, expert Instruc
tions, etc. Call or. write today. Moler
College, 1623 Farnam St. C M2ua !
WANTED, experienced saleslady In silk
department. J. L. Brandeis St Sons,
Boaton Blur. C 219
WANTED, experienced salesladies In mil
linery department; only thoae with years
of experience In the salesroom need
apply; large aalary paid. J. L. Brandela
at tions, Boston Btore. C 218
WANTED, nurse with some experience for
child 18 roos. old. 3027 Chicago.
WANTED, cook In family of three. 26is
Bt. Mary's Ave. C 2S3 Al
WANTED, girl for general housework.
2618 Bt. Mary's Ave. . C 2S2 Al
WANTED, girl for general housework. S09
Bo. Stilh 8t. C 320 81
WANTED, lady agents In every county In
Nebraska and for Pottawattamie county.
Iowa, for the "Self-Heating Flat Iron;
exclusive territory and good commission
to riant nartlea. Call or address (Irnanl
Agent Self-Heating Iron Co., 1213 Douglas
i., umana, noo. i c 44d 41
COMPETENT girl for general houaework
In family of three; good wagta.
Howard Bt. C 173 &
WANTED, girl for general houaework.
Inquire 140 N. 33d St. C 23
WANTED, 100 girls. S3 to 37. Canadlxa
trap, Bureau; moved 16th and Dodxe.
Tel 184. -0 A 13
FOR HEKT HOlSEg.
HOUSES, ate F. D. Wead. 1624 Douglas.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.. 01 N. T. Life.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Btorag
Co.; office ItfUti Farnam, or Tela. 160-8o4.
MODERN 4 and l-room flats. Tlsard. tao
N. Kid at. D-M7J8 31
VANS and baggage wagona. Tel. 1195.
IX-ROOM house, lawn. shad. Tel. A-.!
FOR RENT April L l-roora brick, mod
ern. 318 North 'M. Inquire at 34 North
Od. D 47
FOR RENT, elegant l-room modern brtck
home, M So, 26th avenue, 3-w.
l-room modern (raw reaidenca, 361 North
sain st., 1.4. .
l-room modern frame resldenc and barn,
ItfelA ntitnaw m lift
l-room modern ma residence, 3JD60 Wool
worth avenue, 12
T-room brick modern residence. 3421 Erskln
L. 116. BRENN AN-LOVr. CO..
3u So. 13th St.
D Mil I
Is8 Bl'RT. rooms and bath, ll; 3221 Har
ney, I rooma. modern, lib. Othara. Ring
wait Bros., Barker blk. D-M277
FOR RENT, 4-room cottage, 3U8 Blondo
street. No. I. Inuulr at o7 N. 1
BIX-ROOM modem flat.
1014 Pacific at.,
HOI IQPQ ,n n Prt o' Tb O,
I1UUOLJ F. Lavls Co.. bai B Bldg.
. . , D vla
SEVERAL house for rent, 3 and up. Chris
Boyr, 32nd and Cuming Sts. Prion 3Ha.
D 804 A18
10-ROOM basement house, )re lot, 2th
and Jackson, all modern, WiOO.
Nlc -room house,' 22u6 bbermaa av., all
(s. aa. TVRJCl.NAiTON, (06 B.
"WAITED MALE I1RLP.
The Spring Term
Omaha Commercial .
Begins Tuesday morning, April 1st
New classes in all departments.
FOR REST HOt SEA.
. FOR RENT,
On the southwest corner of Seventeenth
end Douglas sts. It was built by the late
Henry pundt as his home and Is ons of
the best constructed aa well as one of the
finest houses In Omaha.- It Is built entirely
of brick and stone, stone steps, and slate
roof. It la finished In the choicest of hard
woods, has hard wood floors. Imported
English 'lie floor In the reception hall,
electric lights, porcelain bath, laundry
with stationary wash tubs, large pantry,
china and linen closets, cedar lined woolen
beside the basement, containing laundry,
storage rooms, atore room, cellar and wine
cellar; also large, high attic store room
separated from the servants' rooms. It
also has large veranda, enclosed as a aun
parlor, equipped with steam heat.
Electric Light and
us the houae Is connected with th beat
ing and lighting systems of The Bee
building, tor further Information call on
CHARLES C, ROSEWATER, SECY.
THE BEE BUILDING CO.,
Room 100 Bee Buildiug. Telepnone 238
FOR . RENT, 8-room modern detached
house, newly papered and painted, 30.
26Z1 Capitol av. Tel. 573. B. H. Roblson.
EIGHT-ROOM, modern, except furnace, 123.
U. M. Nattinger, Bee Bldg. 'Phone 461.
FOR RENT, fine ston 10-room teeidence,
one block south Crelghton college, Harney
street car line. Clarke, Ramga building.
D 134 81
FOR RENT, April 1, t-room house, fcid and
California sts., all modern, In good re-
Clr,. large yard. Inquire at tur N. Y.
fe building. . D 141
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker block.
HOUSES, stores. Bemls, Pazton block.
20O9 CALIFORNIA, 8-room furnished house.
Call afternoons. . . . D423 A2
FOR RENT Defllitsbl, l-room -cottage.
Enquire 1931 So. 11th. . , D U4 2
FOR RENT FliR.IISHED ROOMS.
DEWET European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
HOUSEKEEPING, other rooms. 8118.10.
E id 400 A3
LIOHT housekeeping rooms. 814 8. 18th.
E M3 A3
FURNISHED rooms for rents 1617 Cass. .
3 NICE rooms, housekeeping. Ill 8. 11th st.
TWO furnished front rooms for light house
keeping. 3i3tt N. ietb, Flat L.
E M481 1
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE bom for young- men. 103 8. seth St.
ROOMS and board. Qlencalrn, 1803 Douglas.
STEAM heated rooms with board. 1M
Capitol Ave. F 443
FOR RENT Nicely furnjshed, steam heated
' rooms, with or without board. Midland
hotel, 16th and Chicago BU. F CM)
ROOMS "The. Farnam," lttta and Farnam,
THE R08E, 3020 Harney, rooms with board.
FURNISHED room, with board. 2118 Grace
sL F M278 4
FURNISHED room and board ror two.
2707 Farnam st. . . F M2T1 31
FOR RENT I KFIHNI8HED ROOMS.
DESK room space, 35 par month, ground
floor room in The Ba building, facing
Farnam street; ae expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. R. O. Peters St Co.,
Xental Agents, ' Be Balidlng. . O 116
UNFURNISHED rooms. MW 8. 34th.
FOR RENT STORKS AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Ba at lt Farnam St. It has
four stories and a basement which was
formerly used as The Ba press room.
This will b rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply at once to C C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Be building.
STORE, 24x50. 24U3 Leavenworth St.
FOR RENT Store In first-class location;
rant reasonable. Apply R. C. Faters 4k
Co.. ground floor. Ba Bldg.. I 366
LARGE room In ths Psston block to let,
suitable for lodge purposes. Apply room
36, 1'axton block, or W. FARNAM
bMITH 4s CO. I is3
' AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to aollclt subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CKNTLHt FARMER.
Steady employment wtih aaaured good
Income. Ageuta In tbe country with
horse and buggy especially dealrec. Cao
v users make easily 4o to fluu par month.
Addree. Century Farmer Solicitors' Bu
reau, Be Building. Omaha. 313
WRITE for agents' prices; ball-bearing
W heeler-Wllscin. C. A. Lyman, state
ggent. Lincoln, Neb. J 333 A2
AGENTS to aell water filters. Easy seller.
Retl'sat 11.60. Big Prorll. Exclusive ter
ritory. Write quick. Seneca Filter Co.,
Seneca. Mo. J331-A1
WANTED TO RENT.
IHREH or four unfurnished rooms within
walklug distance of Burlington Station by
tVmtly of two. ' W 44, Boe. K 4o4-31
SI OR AS B.
PACIFIC Storage and Warehouse Co.. 813
14 Jones, uil atorag and forwarding.
OM. Van Star. Co.. lill Faro. Tela, 16.r-wC
MAOUARD VAN CO. TikplwM Has,
WANTEU TO BCT.
V, NTED at once, tdhand furniture, car
I . for St. Louis Expo. Tel. Til, or
t.i...r.r Levlne's Furn. Store, to6 N. 16th.
FOK quick sales list with F. D. Wend, 15:4
Douulas St. N-M2J4 A2
WANTED, to buy a good driving mars;
state age weight, color, speed and price.
Box ti. Kails City, Neb. N 1-Al
FOR SALtS FtHNITtRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2'Co. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O 4VS3
FOR BALK HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
10-PAS8ENOER carry-all, newly painted
and upholstered. Wm. Burg, 141b bher
man Ave. P 13?
FOR repair work on light and heavy
wagons see Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
FOR SALE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runabouts, new ana second-hand, at cut
prices; muat sell to. make room; It Is no
cheap work, but good work cheap; we da
painting, trimming, repairs and put on
rubber tires. Wm. Ffeifer Carriage Works,
37th and Leavenworth. Tel. 1649.
At the Union Stock Yards horse mnrket on
Wednesday, April 2d, commencing at 1
o'clock, we will sell
TWO HUNDRED HORSES
At auction. These will he the best horses
that Iowa and Nebraska produces, con
- alstlng of draft horses, chunks, expresses,
drivers, farm and general purpose horses,
singly and In spans, all broken and guar
anteed as represented or no sale. These
horses have been consigned to us to be
sold without reserve. Attend this sale.
Horse Commission Salesmen.
P 449 Al
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; cribbing and hog fence. 301 Douglas.
3DH AN D saf cheap. Derlgb t, 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Fornam.
FOR BALE Phonographs, superior to any
other musical Instrument 3 up. Tbe
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 640
2DHAND safe cheap. Schwarta, 114 8. 13th,
100 BTTI.ES trusses, catalogue free. Sher
man aV McConnell Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. Q 641
WIRE fence for poultry, hog, lawn and
yard, hitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works, 617 So. ltith St. Tel. 1590.
FOR SALE Scholarship in an Omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire 232 Bee
BICYCLES, phonographs and supplies.
Omaha Bicycle Co., ltith and Chicago Sts.
FLESCHER sells bicycles. 1622 Capitol Ave.
110,000922-124 Douglas, formerly Lauer
Bros., or rent; 91 slso seven living rooms
upstairs. Mrs. Kuhlman. 352ft. North 27th.
Q 120 A6
FOR SALE New National cash register
No. 92. Perfect condition. Cost ls3. i.
C. Huteson & Co., Wholesale Opticians,
11S South 15th St. Q 4H5
FINE 6-passenger, rubber-tired, open car
riage. 3126: extension, leather top, 2
aeated carriage, rubber-tired, used 6
time, 3175; 20 other phaetons, surreys and
carrlagea. DRL'MMOND CARRIAGE
CO., 18th and Harney. y-239 A26
FOR SALE, latest model Smith-Premier
typewriter, brand new; rare bargain. W
56, Bee. y M367
DRUG Btore for sale. N 16. Address W 61,
Bee. y 214 81
GROUND wheat, 90o per 100; salt. $1.20 per
out. vvagner s r eea Btore, ivus-ii cttming
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 81 North 16th.
MME. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 315 8. 15.
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; babies adopted. 2306 Grant St.
Mrs. Gardcls. Tel. F-1U3. U 647
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. 12,
Frensr Block. U 643 -
MME. SMITH, baths, 113 N. 15, 2d floor, r. i
U 764 A16
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladles only. In connection with
The feathery, 216-2JO Bee Bldg. U 285
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; send for circular. O. 8. Wood. M.
V.. ta New York Life Bldg.. Omaha, Neb
ACCORDION pleaUng, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A. C. Mark. 17 A Douglas.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug,
las. U 661
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with The Bathery, rooms 216-220 Bee Bldg.
Tel. 1716. U-548
LIEBEN, theatrical, masquerade coatumer.
1018 Farnam. U o0
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslng, 25c. In
connection with The Bathery, 216-120 Dee
building. Tel. 1716. U 661
PRIVATE horns for ladles before and dur
ing confinement; bae adopted. 2624
Burdette. Mrs. BurgcTT U 444 All
Mlddlemlss, wall paper cleuner. Tel. 1739.
U MTU Mi
RUPTURE CURED, 325; no pain, detention
from business ; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture Cur Co., 922 N. Y. Life Hl.ig..
Omaha. U Mm
OMAHA Dys Works, 1517 Howard, th
fashionable cleaners of ladUs' ana gen
tlemen's dresses and suits, lacs curtains,
draperies. U-tM72 U
A PERFECT FIGURE.
A perfect figure may be gained by a new
system of development. The chest or all
hollow or sllghtsd parts are filled out and
mad beautiiul in contour. Special treat
ments for developing th entire form.
Harmless, failure impossible. The per
sonal attention of form and face special
lata until development Is entirely com
pleted. Th only helpful and harmless
method at th Isew Hygiene Bathery, 1m
Bee Bldg. Consultation free.
GO TO Th Goldman Pleating Co. for all
kinds of pleating. Their new machinery
enables them to do better, cheaper,
quicker work than ever before. 2oo Doug
las block. U M214
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle rlgbt.
BECK 4V CO., wall paper cleaners. Tel. 747.
ELITE PARLORS. 615 8. llth St., 2d floor.
VIAVI, woman's way to health. Horn
treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee bldg
Omaha. U J
NOTICE. To all concerned: I will not be
responsible for any bills contracted by
my wife or family, or their ualng my
name .whatsoever. A. H. Starkey.
GEORGE: Pag 135 April What To Eat
will glv you aom hints. Mol II.
U M488 31
MONEY TO LOAN-REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans, bonds and warrant.
George ft Company. IMll Farnam street.
nPER CENT oa business property,
per cent on resldenoe property.
Options to pay whole or part any tlm.
w. a Leikle, 4ui k uia st.
WANTED, city loan and warrants, w.
Farnam Smith Co-, 1330 Faruam St
FARM and city loans, low rate. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164a.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wsad, 1534 Douglas,
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters A Co., 17o3
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 6S
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. iirennan-Lovs Co., 3u9 South 13th.
4H TO P. C. money. Bemls. Psxton Plk.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 937 N. T L
PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1WM
Farnam. W 46
3300, SM AND $1,000 private money. 1, 3. 3
or 6 years, on eastern Nebraska farms or
well locsted cottages In Omaha. W. U
Belby, Board of Trade Bldg. W 413
THE OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 Douglns
st., upstairs, small homes, building lots;
private money to loan on easy trrms.
FOR SALE, rhoice mortgage loans. Garvin
Bros., 10t Farnam St.. Omaha. W M974
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WE make loans on Furniture.
Pianos, Horses, Wagons, Carriages
and other chattel.
without mortgage to persons who
Save permanent positions. You can
get tbe 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 W ar
leaders In low rates, quick and con
fidential service and courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
five you the full amount of the
iOAN In cash. W always "try ta
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2L6.
(Established 1892.) 306 So. 16th 81
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, ETC.,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
goods." Written guarantee given to this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room
303. Paxton Block. X 669
FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES, ETC.,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
goods." Written guarantee given to this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room
$03. Paxton Block. X 730
LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
J. W. TAYLOE. 633 Paxton block.
BTOP THAT COLLECTOR'S CALLS
By seeing us today In our private
HAVE YOUR INDEBTEDNESS IN
where you can pay easily.
Every $1 paid off loan reduces cost.
"SALARY IX1ANS ON PLAIN NOTES"
to male or female enuiloyes.
Nj ene need ever mow.
No mortgage. No lndoraer. No publicity.
A little help at the right time often sets a
man on his feet.
Wise people will at least call and Inquire
about our terms and rates.
You save money when you borrow of
"THE BIG CO."
We offer a money-saving chance.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Third Floor.
Room 303. Paxton Block.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity ; easiest terms; 40 offices In prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. X 663
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
feopje; business confidential; lowest rates.
14 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
iewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
?o., sue. to Duff Green, 1 Barker Blk.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-
elry, horses, cows, eto. C. F. Reed, I
319 8. 13.
POOLROOM for sale In a good live town of
600; only poolroom in town: bargain if
taken at once. Address W. Marmlon,
Newcastle, Neb. ' v - Y 478 Al
CIGAR furniture, fixtures and stock for
sale, good business, fine location, a bar
gain. See me. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
. Y M468
TO GET In or out of Vusmess eell on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCagua building.
WHEN you want to buy; sell or exchange
your business or property quick communi
cate with one who has th customers. J.
H. Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. 'Phone L-2270.
FOR SALE or trade, . my entire livery
stock, at a bargain. .Address W. C.
Utterback, Ogden Livery, Council Bluffs.
EVERETT, WASH., he greatest, growing,
hustling city on the Pacltlc 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.
FOR BALE, the best hardware stock In
the best agricultural aectlon of Iowa;
large annual trade; stock will invoice
about $10,0u0; profits large; muat close up
an estate interest tbe only reason for
selling. Address V 40, Bee. Y M426
NEW erdcery. with fixtures, at a discount.
Address W 48. care Bee. Y 191 21
A DIVIDEND PAYER.
A DIVIDEND PAYER.
Millions have been and will bo made out of
the great Texas oil field, BIRMINGHAM
BEAUMONT OIL AND TRANSPOR
TATION COMPANY'S SHARES, sell
ing st 15 cents each, are considered a
splendid security for both small and large
Investors. This company has a produc
tion of 20,000 barrels of oil per day, and
la an operating and marketing concern.
A DIVIDEND OF 5 PER. CENT WAS
DECLARED by its directors, payable
April 16, 1902. This company Is one of the
first money-makers on Spindle Top, and
Its holdings are very valuable. We urge
you to send us your order Immediately,
before this valuable stock advances, and
share In this dividend. Fifteen dollars
buys 100 shares. Send for prospectus.
Letters cheerfully answered.
MECliEM, CAMERON as CO.,
Suite E. 42 Wall Street. New York.
v Y-913 Al
FOR SALE, eaay terms, small cash pay.
ment, balttnce monthly, my entire livery
atock, hacka and hearse; excellent chance
to atep Into good paying business. W. C.
Utterback, Ogden barn. Council Iiluffa, la.
Y M237 A26
FOR SALE, first-class saloon business,
stock and fixtures, st Currie, Minn; sales
326.00 per day; rent, 325.00 per month;
cause of selling, sickness. For particulars
write or call on W. E. Couplln, Currie,
Minn. Y 26 81
T-ROOM FLAT, well furnished, good loca
tion, lady going away, furniture for sale
cheap. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
FOR SALE, drug stock In good city, busi
ness every day. living rooms over store;
might take some exchange; owner wants
$1.4u0. Henry C. Smith, Falls Cltv, Neb.
10-ROOM FLAT, best location, roomers
only, payng proposition, lady contem
plating leaving city, furniture flrst-ciass,
for sal right. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Ufe.
15 ROOMS, well furnished, fine location,
full boarders and roomers, paying busi
ness, brick flat, furniture for aale reason
able. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49. Bee. Z M510
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE, a number of stock ranches in
th west, also a fin farm of too acres In
8. E. Neb., well located; might take a
small ranch and cattle.
160 acres, clear. In Johnson Co., 4 miles
from depot, llu.Ouo; might taks soma prop
erty as part pay.
HENRY C. SMITH, Falls City, Neb.
FOR SALE. 300 sores fin alfalfa land
under cultivation, six miles of s
yards, 373 an acre. Clarke. Ramies b
FOR SALE. 330 acre of land thr1
of Alnsworth; 1J0 hay land. 1
ture; 40 In cultivation, all fev
4-room houae. atable for 13 ht
sheds, good well and mill; pr
acre, luquir J. c. JJetxm,
FOR SALE, fine alfalfa fai
rapuiion vauey, Koclt isl,
ien acres iimoer, one wat4
south stock yards, $;( per
gaiu, iiarae, Majng Bun J
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE cheap, house and lot In gnod
condition at 1614 N. KM. RE 327-A1
FOR SALE, hsy land In Holt county, Nb.;
40 acres 5 miles south of Atkinson, close
to chenp range, yields 460 tone choice hay
per annum; a splendid location fur stock;
price. IH.flno; tS.'Tno cash, balance to suit
purchaser; 7 per cent Interest. Address
lock box $14, Atkinson, Neb.
RE M22S All
BEVEN clear lots for sal on 30th and
Pratt Pts., n L. P. Hammond's addition
to Omaha; lots 11 to 17, block 2. Address
8. Hanson, 1013 Boons St, Boone, Is.
RE M6S9 A2
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, losns; also
firs insurance. Bemls, Paxton Block.
A CHOICE home, built of pressed brick,
interior beautifully finished, square mo
saic tiled hall, porcelain bath, steam heat,
barn, carriage house, shade trees, larg
lot 83 fei front; very fine residence loca
tion; close In; this property cost the for
mer owner over 3l".O0O and can be sold
at a decided bargain for cash. Wm. K.
t Potter, receiver Omaha Loan and Trust
vo., a 'J Drown uik- r.iL Miis
FOR a 13 per cent investment in rental
Eroperty or choice trackage see William
. Munroe, 811 N. 16th St. RE M819
GEORGE O. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gages, rentals. Insurance. Brown block,
COLORADO ranch lands, homesteads,
school section leases. D. W. Irwin, Ak
ron. Colo. RE M179 A3
HOUSES and lots In all parts ot city; als
sere property and farm lands. The O. F.
Davis Co., Room 652, Be Building.
THE OMAHA REALTY CO.. 1301 Douglas
St., upstairs. Small houses for sale; ohe.-ip
building lota. Call for eatalogue and price
list. Private money to loan on easy
terms. RE MIA4
IF YOU want one of the nlceat t-room
homes In Hansrom Place I will give you
a bargain. Owner left city. Must aell.
J. 11. Sherwood, 937 N. Y. U Bldg.
RANCH and farm lands for aale by th
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
BUY best house paints, varnlshee, eto.
Quality highest; prices lowest. National
Oil t Paint Co., 1015 Jones St.
RE M535 All
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO., 601 N. Y. Life.
8-ROOM modern house. 119 8. 84th St.; full
lot; permanent waiKs; possession May l;
best' bargain In city. Ed O. Hamilton,
Builder, 211 6. 17th St. RE M4S6 2
TO TRADE, for Nebraska land or first
mortgage on mna, 40 acres innn, water
power grist mill, two sets buildings. In
- ...... I.. tlAHH...I..Bl. IE IVA
1UI , uuuiiijr, rTiiiivi.Biiiii,
For sale, restaurant, eastern Nebraska, do
ing business of $4W per month, price,
$1,000. A snap.
Fine Improved farms In Thayer county,
tJfi to 335 ner acre.
Farms In Buffalo county, $15 to $30 per acre.
Send for my list.
W. 11. GRASSMEYER, Kearney, Neb.
RE M230 10
I HAVE customers for cottages and small
properties for homes; give me descrip
tion. G. E. Turkington, 605 Bee.
NEW Snow-Church Co.. 4th floor N. T.
Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Largest law,
collection and real estate agency In the
world. Associate banks attorneys and
real estate brokers In every county In the
United States and cities of foreign coun
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col., 16th otDoug
A. C. VAN SANT'8 school. 717 N. Y. Ufa.
BOYLEScollege. court reporter principal.
NEB. Business 4 Shorthand College. Boyd's
A PIANO SAVING.
I CAN save you .from $100 to $150 on the
purchase of a piano. Having no store
expenses to keep up, you are the gainer.
Let me show you how easy It Is to save
' money on your piano purchase.
One price, eaay terms.
FRED 11. WALTER, MFGRS.' AGENT,
3112 California Street.
GRAND Eleotrlo Co., 16 St Jackson. Tel. 3846
CARPENTERS 4ND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of car pen tnr work and repairing
arornptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
th and Lake streets. 370
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramg Bldg.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 3d door, R.I
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th, r. T.
P. MELCHOIR. 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Saf and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. Q. Andrsea. Prop., 103 So. loth Bt,
IN FAMILIES or at home. Miss Sturdy,
2042 Farnam. 4H4 A3
A REWARD will be given for a box of
carpenter tools removed from In front of
the Salvation Army hall Saturday night.
Return to Salvation Army hall or 916 N.
lttlh. L. V. Cramer. Lost M478 $
CHOICE FARM LOANS FOR 8 ALB.
. l . . . 1 .'"'I' 1 . . H- .1.1 , . .1. a
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines,
sbrubs, ros, small fruits, etc. Address,
Omaha Nursery, Papllllon, Neb.
TREES. Hasel Dell Nursary. 3208 N. 24 st
GID B. 4k ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Bull 516 N. Y. Llf bldg. 1U lfei.
PR. A. T. HUNT, 613 McCagu Bldg. TL
DR. MRS. MUS1CK. Doug-la Blk. TL 343.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, tc; collar,
v, cutis, su. a'ov Misvcawurui, st. D4i.
MONROE Coal and Fed Co. 'Pbon 971.
mnpnl.T niininti rn
L and vaults, ramovM garbag aj
traveling bags, suit eaaa; trunks
Om. Trunk aciory, uttt arnam.
ARPET CLE AMINO.
aa. Was.. 2221 N. 30, tel. 1661
OMAHA Hay Pal Tie Co., til North 14th.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tannrs. 1424 8. 1Mb,
SS I i
STAMPS, COINS, ETC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co, 309 8, 13th.
TRENCH, Spanish, fencing. 336 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 235.
L. HENDERSON. 1511 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
L. LECLU8S, florist Blooming and pot
plants. 1613 Vinton St. Tel. 267DF.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas,
NATURAL stone, cement, brick. Welshm's
Mantel and Tile Co., 309 8. 17th. Tel. Y.
GET OUT and take a ride on a bicycle.
You need the fresh air. You wilt feel 100
per cent better and have one-half the
sickness. Flescher sells good bicycles
from $5 tip. Best equipped repair shop In
the west. New tires from $1.50 up. 1!2
Capitol ave. M467 6
THE GARDENERS protect old age as well
as Ufa. Charter members free. Particu
lars from Frank Rosewaler, supreme
manager. 223 Bee Bldg. 724
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D. C. March 1,
19"2. Sealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposals
for beef, flour, etc.," as 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, 1903, for furnishing for
the Indian service, beef, flour, bacon,
beans, coffee, sugar, rice, tea and other
articles of subsistence; also for boots snd
shoes, groceries, soap, baking powder,
crockery, agricultural Implements, paints,
oils, glass, tinware, wagona, harness,
leather, shoe findings, saddlery, etc., hard
ware, school and medical supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous articles. Sealed
proposals, Indorsed "Proposals for blankets,
woolen and cotton goods, clothing, etc." as
the case may be, and directed to the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, Nos. 77 and 7?.
Wooster, New York City, will be received
until 1 o'clock, p. m., of Tuesday, May 13,
1M, for furnishing for the Indian service
blankets, woolen and cotton goods, clothing,
notions, hats and caps. Bids must be made
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; 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. 8. A., at Cheyenne, Leaven
worth, St. Louts, SL Paul and San Fran
cisco; the postmasters at Sioux City, Yank
ton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka,
Wichita and Tucson. Blda will be opened
at the hour and days above stated, and
bidders are Invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserves the 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
PROPOSAIl FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES Office of Purchasing Commis
sary; Omaha, Neb., March 29, 1902. Sealed
proposals, in -triplicate, for furnishing
name, dry stilt cure, In tierces, will be re
ceived st this office and at the offices of
the purchasing commissary, U. S. army, st
Kansas City, Mo., and Chicago, 111., until
11 o'clock a. m. Wednesday, April 9, 1902, at
which time and places they will be pub
licly opened. Articles of domestic produc
tion or manufacture will be preferred to
those of foreign origin, cost and quality
being equal. Specification as to quanti
ties, date and places of delivery, blank pro
posals and further Information furnished
on application to either office. Envelopea
containing ptoposals should be Indorsed
"Proposals for Subsistence Stores to be
opened April 9th, 1H02," and addressed to
Wm. R. Grove, captain, Commissary, Pur
chaalng Commissary, Omaha, Neb.
SHERIDAN. Wyo., March 81. 1902.
Sealed proposals In triplicate will be re
ceived here until 11 a. m. April 30, 19U2, for
electric wiring barrack building, brick.
Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming. U. 8. reserves
right to accept or reject any or all blda.
Information furnished upon application
here or to chief y. M., U. 8. A., Denver or
Omaha. Envelopes containing proposals
should be endorsed, "Proposals for electric
wiring," addressed Captain R. L. Brown,
y. M. 6tD31-l-2-8-24-25
WANTED for U. 8. army, able-bodied
unmarried men between, ages of 21 and 85,
cltisens of United States, of good character
and temperate hablta, who can speak, read
and write English. For Information apply
to Recruiting Officer. 16th and Dodg sis-,
AIL WAY TIME CARD.
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New Twin-Screw s. a. of 13.0VO tons register.
'steame?" fsOttOrdSIl Apr.$,lA.M,
Steamer AMSTERDAM.. ..Apr. IS, 10 a. m.
blrumer w Stttendam Apr. 19, 10 a. m.
Apply to Harry Moore. 1415 Farnam
street; J. 8. McNally. 1323 Farnam street;
H. 8. Jones, lout r arnam street: Louis
Neaae. First National Bank. Omaha.
CAUSE OF POPULARITY.
Credit Therefor Not Das 4 Hassan
Members of th Family.
He who tell this story Is the owner of a
blue-ribbon St. Bernard dog, a masterly
fellow, and winner of admiration aa well
as prizes, reports the Washington Star.
Last summer the dog went with his master
and family to a fashionable resort, and
was there the center of undiminished In
terest throughout the season.
"It was the most delightful summer we
ever spent," recited the teller of th story
and the owner of the dog the other day,
"and the people were the nicest aa a whole
we had ever met. Our popularity with th
summer colony was most marked, and
when the time came to depart It was with
no end of sorrow that wa began to make
our adieus. Naturally, it filled us with a
good deal of pride to think that those with
whom we had sojourned should wish we
were not going to leave them. Hut our
vanity was snort-lived. There came a
shock which set us all to thinking and
wondering as to whom the credit for our
prestige was due. It happened when a
bright-faced, breesy little girl of 18, who
waa wont to express her sentiments with
out reserve, came to ssy goodby.
" 'Don't tell me you are going awsy?''
she negatively queried In a depressed tone
of voice, and we began to feel that from
her we were to get the most genuine ex
pression of regret of the colony.
" 'Yes,' I replied. 'We hav to go neck
to the city now, but we live In tne hope
of seolng our very dear friends up here
again In the near future.' x-
" 'Oh,' she continued, 'I hate to have
you go Indeed, Indeed I do for we cer
tainly will miss your dog.' "
Still Keeps It Vp.
"During period ot poor health som
tlms ago I got a trial bottle of DeWltt's
Little Early Risers," says Justice ot th
Peace Adam Bhook of New Lisbon, Ind.
"I took them and they did tne so much
goo I hav used them ever sine." Safe,
reliable and gentle. DeWItt's Little Early
Risers neither gripe nor distress, but stim
ulate the liver, and promote regular and
easy action tit th .bowsls. .
4071. Eton Jacket, 3a to 43 busL "
407I. Five-Gored Skirt, 33 to. 3s waist,
Eton Jacket 4071. Five-Cored Skirt 4075
No color la mora fashionable for spring
wear than tags green, no material than
taralne. The smart costume Illustrated
exemplifies both th material and the color,
with trimming ot moire bands In a darker
shade. Beneath th jacket la worn a
waist of whit loulslne silk, and with tbe
costume a bat ot Tuscan straw, with trim
ming of sage green and a quill In natural
colors. ' '
The back ot the Jacket Is seamless and
Qui with perfect smoothness. Th fronts
are pointed snd extend slightly beloW th
waist line. At tbe neck Is a square collar
that adds greatly to tbe effect, but which
can be omitted whes a plain finish Is pre- .
ferred or It fe desirable to rednce either
weight or warmth. The sleeves are la
coat style, slightly flaring at the wrists.
Tbe skirt Is cut in five gores aad U
lengthened by s graduated circular flounce.
Both front and side gores are narrow, tn
conformity with tbe latest style, and the
fitting is accomplished without hip dartt.
Tbe fullness at the back la laid la In
verted plait that ar pressed quit flat.
The flounce Is carved to glv tbe fashion
able fullassa and It seamed to th lower
To cut tbl suit tn th medium alte i$
yarde of material H inches wide. 11 yard
27 Inches wide. 6 yards 44 Inches wide or
(4 yards 52 Inches wide will be required.
To cut the eton alone 6 yards 21 Inches
wide, 3 yards 17 tnohes wld. 1 yard
44 or 1 yards IS Incbee wld. To cat
th skirt alone 9 ysrda tt Inches wld,
l4 yards $7 Inch wide, 7H yards It, t
yards 44 or 63 locoes wide. -Tbe
Eton pattern 4071 Is out in sixes for '
II, 14, 16, 33, 40 and 43-tnch bust measure.
The skirt pattern 4076 Is cut la sites fee
a 12, 14. It, !, SO and SJ-lnch walat meat,
For th accommodation of Th Be read
ers, tbese patterns, which usually retail st
from 26 to SO cents, will be furnished al s
nominal price, 10 cent, which eovei all
xBns. In order to get any pat tarn en
close 10 cents, give number and tuua el
patters wanted and boat ueasmrev 1 , -
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