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THE OMAHA DAIIiV llKi:: WEDKESnAY, ArML 2.1, 1002.
will lik III 12 an. for the)
rTfulm esltlea aad III .10 a. tm.
foe mnrilai aaa Sanda Hills.
Rates, 1 l-2e a word Bril lesertlea,
le a word thereafter. Nothlasj likra
flaw. Tbrt adeertlseaseats assist
Advertisers, by reqaeetlaai a
hered e nee It, rmm kit mwtn ag
gressed to a iiabt rd letter la ear
f The; R. A Hewers addressee) will
be delivers raaaUa ( tba
WAXTl'U MALI! HELP.
WANTED, two or three nrn to work from
our wagone; steady worn and good pay.
C . Adams Co., 1619 Howard bt.
OOOD messengers wanted; Increased pay
A. I). T. Co., 213 Bouih )ilh. B lu
la FOR HALF A DAY 8 WORK..
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among the farmers and stock ralaera In
tha nelEhbornuod vou can make (u easily
by (our or Cva boura' work. Write ua
ana we will eena you our proposition,
'ibe bee Publishing Co., Solicitors' Dept.,
Omaha, Net). o ai.u
WANTED, a rood man In every county to
take subscriptions for the Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make g'jod
waa-ea everywhere. References required.
Adaress, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. B-M3
THREE or four good men wanted; $10" per
montn. till cz. rax tun oioca. u jhii
WANTED, salesmen to solicit orders on a
new DroDosiilon by which you can earn
U to 0 'lay; young men from 23 to 23
desired, wnu are nustiers ana wen recom
mended, iioom 10. umina uoe mag.
WANTED, first-class pointers snd paper
hangers. A. L. Scabrous, 408 N. 16th St.
WANTED, a gentleman desires to tuke
private lensons In French two evenings
each week. Must call at my residence.
Address, stating method of teaching,
X 42. Bee. B M970
WANTED, experienced Invoice clerk; must
be quick and accurate at figures; give
age, previous occupation and sariry
wanted. Address X 44, Bee. B M905
O. R. RATHBL'N gives private leeaons In
book t-plng. Room 15, Commercial Na
tional bank. B M160
10 OR 15 flrnt-clsss tlnntrs, steady work to
good men. Jensen Mfg. Co., Topeka, Kan.
B-fr 3 23
8PLENDID wages paid men who learn the
barber trade with u: only two months
required by our mettled of free clinic,
expert Instructions, etc.; years of ap
prenticeship saved; complete outfit of
tools presented each graduate; WHges and
experience In shops Saturdays; diplomas
granted: positions guaranteed;
and particulars mailed free. Moler Barber
College, 1823 Farnam a. B M519 24
TWO coatmakers. Kelgren & Gradman.
8. Itith St. B-6S1
BLACKSMITH hidper wanted, one that
can do home shoeing. L. Bengc, Sterling,
t'olo. B 659
WANTED, draughtsman or engineer for
shop oe'alls and general work. Address
Y 3S, Bee. B-654 22
WANTED, a man to attend to soda foun
tain, one with experience in druit store.
Hchaefer, cut-price druggist, ltith and
Chicago B 774 22
WANTED, bookkeeper and office man of
experience. Address Box r , He omce,
South Omaha. B 767
Balduff, 1520 Farnam.
WANTED, an experienced man to sell
liquor to consumers; more than American
lunguage required. Address Y 64, Hee.
WANTED, voung man autck at figures.
rapid ,. writer, with some knowledge of
bookkeeping. I 60, Bee. B M7.H Z3
WANTED Clerk -Me he-rootl penman,
quick -and accurate at figures. Address,
t 65, Bee. B 80623
WANTED Two boys with bicycles for
delivering goods; also a good sized boy
for wrapping bundles. Apply at once to
P.rownlng. King & Co. B 80224
WANTED, porter for wholesale house
must have references. Omaha News Co.,
15th and Davenport. I M ii3 24
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing. sm1 pay. iun, overtis
lug Bureau. Chicago. ' B-MT23
WANTED, yoting men and women to write
for our fre booklet. Are lour Hands
Tied?" It tells how we have helped thou
sands to support themselves while we
qualified them for high-salaried positions
in engineering or architecture; write the
International Correspondence Schools.
Box low, Scranton. Pa., or call day or
evening at the Omaha office, 17 I'axton
block. B M13 23"
PRINTER wanted at the Times office
South Omaha. B M83t 25
FI,ORIST wanted, first-class man. who
also knows gardening: steady position all
the year around to the right man. Apply
on premises r by mall to Oeorge A. Jos,
fyn, 3SHI2 iMivenpori at., umina. mcd.
R Mfll 29
SALESMEN wanted for full line of fruit
and ornamental trees; pay weekly; outfit
free. Lawrence furajiy Company. Lw
rence. Kan. 6S5 JJ'
WANTED, -two young lady students to
learn hairdreaelng. manicuring and chl
ropody and scientific massage. Call o
writ Poem 220. Bet Blag. C 492
SPLENDID wages paid ladles who learn
hair dressing, manl' iinng or racial m.is
sage wltn us; eara or apprentlersiil
saved by our method of free clinic, tl
pert Instructions, etc.; too a presented
some wages made by resident work from
start: position guaranteed: call or writ
for cutalogue. Moler College, lO Farnam
St. C MulS II
WANTED, lady to give French eonversa
lion lessons one evrnluVt each week. Stat
terms. Address y S3, Uee. C 682 22
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dode,
WANTED, In a family of three, a rlrl for
gensral nouseworx; wages li per weeK,
Zol8 Bt. Mary s ave. mtk a'
$30 A MONTH and steady employment to
good girl who will go to Wyoming to do
general housework In private family. Call
at Room 2uo. Mrs. M. C. Barrow. Millard
hotel, between lo and 12 a. ni., Apr'l 2.th.
References. C 772 23
WANTED, half grown girl to assist in
2618 ft. Mary's ave.
GIRL for general housework. 1318 Georgia
WANTED Mlllmery trimmers and makers.
Apply at once to mauattrr of department
sveorid floor. J. K Brandela Sons,
Boston Btore. C 810 24
WANTED Lady to give French conversa
tion lessons on evening each week.
Btale terms. Address, Y 6. Bee.
WANTED, salesladies and demonstrators,
steady position; $10 and $12 to begin. 55
Douglas Bl. C 813 22
WANTED, aed couple living In modern
house near High school desire middle-
aged housekeeper. Address, with re'er
enoes. Y 69. Bee office. C-M827 25
WANTED, women to address circulars
experienced. Apply 440 Chamber of Com-
- merce ouuaing L iiu z-
A WOMAN to do plain sewing. Address
I SI, WW. I." JU&M
WANTED. seamstress In the house to
sew children s clothes principally. Mrs.
J. M. Cook, 1618 N. J4lh. Bouth Omaha.
WASTED, a number of good families for
work in the bet tleMe. Address ftsnra
l H'l I . Ames. Neb. MMTTtt
llA Mt:r liOlftKS.
T' Mi'VB rs !-t g -t Omaha Van tore
tci 'j .o a 1 arinji, w T.. 1 1.
FOR REST HOI KI.
Btmls, 1-axton block.
i'Oll HENT 7-room hojse, 2d and Cali
fornia St., al. modern. In good repair,
large yard Inquire at 607 N. Y. Life
UOHQPQ F. Davis Co.. K2 Bee Hldg
HUUJLO m all para of city. The O.
EIGHT-ROOM, modern, ecept furnace, I'jS.
U. M. Nattlnger, Bee Blag, r-none l
iOOS CALIFORNIA, t-room furnished house.
Call afternoons. D 42S AJ
HOUSF,8 and fiats. Rlngwalt. Darker block
BEE PAYNE BOSTWIPK CO. fT choice
houses. l-2 N. T. Life Bldg. Tel. 1010.
FOR RENT, l-room, modern, detached
house, newly paperej and painted, ISA
2S21 Capitol Ave. Tel. 573. B. 11. Rnbtson.
THREE A 4-room apartments. S16 S. ??d St.
D ft. M-3
HOUSES, etc F. D. Wead. 1624 Douglas
Maggard V. A 8. Co. 1713 Webster. Tel HM
POSITIVELY the most modern resident-,
9 rooms, new, $.15, worth lla. !tlS Hamil
ton. Tel. A272X. D M4M
10-ROOM modern house, long N. !9th St;
other house. Chris Boyer, 22d and Cum
ing. Tel. 2049. D J&-A2s
VANS and baggage wagons.
10-ROOM house, with basement, 28th and
Jackson. 325. lO, good location. O. E.
Turklngton, 600 Bee. D M361
VERY desirable 7-room cottage, with mod
ern conveniences, 1ii64 tieorgla Ave., Im
mediate possesion; references required,
Inoulre of W. C. Goss. 1U03 Fark Ave.
FOR RENT, elegant modern brick resi
dence. 548 8 . 26th ave.
Modern frame residence on paved street
-room house In Hnnscom Place, 113.
Modern brick residence, 241.1 Lake St.. $15.
BKIiNKAN-UJVE CO., 3"9 B. 13"! SI.
D MhJ 25
'OR RENT, 12-room house, strictly mod
ern, beautiful grounds, on Sherman Ave.,
will make rent right to good party. Board
ing house parties need not apply. D. V.
8HOLE3 COMPANY. 310 N. Y. Life. Tel.
829. JJ bil tl
-ROOM modern flrit. steam heru. lfith and
Dodge. The Putnam Co., 004-0 N. V Life
Bldg. D-M780 28
FOR KENT, 5-room house. 846 8. 18th st.
$17.50 HIOHT rooms, bath, large barn. 940
North 27th avenue.
$20 Eleven rooms, modern, suitable for
two families, 8. W. corner 27th and De
POTTER. FOROAN & HARK ELL.
Tel. 470. 420-21 N. Y. Life Bldg.
D MK 24
MY RESIDENCE of 11 rooms, all modern
unfurnished or partly furnished, to pri
vate family. Mrs. M. A. Detweller, 4
N. 23d. I 24
FOR HEXT-FI RSIIIIED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1617 Cass,
LARGE front room, also south room. 1015
BEAUTIFUL rooms, furnished or unfur
nished, for light housekeeping, mouern,
large lawn, private family. 2023 Burt St.
ROOMS 1906 Capitol ave.
FURNISHED rooms, all modern. 320 N.
16th Bt. fl-039 MIS
TWO nice rooms for gentlemen, private
limlli. ..Inu In T ill Ree Vi Mfci 2
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In the
city. 19ii Capitol Ave. i-; ftiwo
FURNISHED ROOMS AND HOARD.
NICE home for young- men. 108 B. lotn Bt
DESIRABLE suite ot rooms, first floor,
unfurnished. May l. The trait, ziz o.
26th St. F 902 M-6
FOR HENT. nicely furnlBhed, steam heated
rooms, with or wttnoui Doara. juiaiana
hoti i, 161 h ana i.nicago bis. k out
ROOMS and board Glencalrn, !& Douglas,
- V WW
ROOMS "The Farnam." 19th
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, rooms with board.
1- 134 M'LO
LARGE Pleasant rooms, furnished or un
furnished, wltn good tame Doara zu
Cass. 6J0 26
PRIVATE homelike place; references ex
changed. 625 8. 21st Ave. V 7.0 r,-
FOIl HEM' l.MTHMSHED ROOS1S.
DESK room space. $6 per month, ground
floor room In The Bee building, facing
Farnam street; no expense for light, beat
or Janitor service. H. C. Peters A Co.,
Kentai Agents, oee ouuuing. u 119
3 ROOMS, or entire floor, modern; close in.
2206 Farnam. u-M.wa-
FOR HK.N T SIOHEs AaU OFFICES.
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pied by 'I he Bee at 916 arnam St. It has
tour stories and a basement which was
former! v used aa The Uee presa room,
This will be rented very reasonably. If
Interested apply al once to C. C. Kose
waier, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
STORE, 24x-. 2403 Leavenworth St.
i 174 A23
FOR RENT, store in first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters
Co., around floor. Bee tting. i rt
LARGE room in the Paxton block to let.
suitable for lodge purposes. Apply room
635. Paxton block, or W. FARNAM
bMITH A CO. 1-393
FOR RENT, second and third floors. 1415
Farnam St. Inquire of Hugo F. Bill,
bar and restaurant. Room suitable for
billiard, club, lodges or anything.
G M 18
WANTED, canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to Trie.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER:
steady employment with assured good
Income: agents In the country with
horse acd buagy especially desired: can
vaasere make easily $du to $luu per month.
Addicsa, Century Farmer (Solicitor
Bureau, Lee bultuing. Omaha. 211
AT ONCE, a good, reliable agent making
all branches oi c. a. at u. in eoutnern
Nebraska tc take a good side Hue on
commission. Address Y 19, Bee.
AGENTS WANTED Exclusive territory
and good commission to active sgents to
introuuee our self-heating . atlron. Ca.ll
or address Gen I Agt., cll Douglas al
Omaha. Ne-o. j 6i w
LIFE OF TALMAGE. by his son, large,
fully Illustrated: low prices; best terms
freight paid, credit given, outnt free. P
W. ZiegU-r A Co., i-4 Dearborn Bt . Chl
c4igo. ill. j-i r
SALARY or commission to sell the Famou
Glass Burner, an eleutrlc light on
kerosene laniD: a million In use: sampl
by mail. 6tK'; Illustrated literature free.
Monarch Novelty Co., 311 N. W. Bldg
Minneapolis. Mlna. J Mtor Zi'
AGENTS to Introduce new plan of shoe
selling. Big profits. LVpt U. Monolaat
Choa Co., ii! Vnftxt ave., Chicago.
AGENTS wanted with horss snd wagon to
make $35 weekly soiling to farmers a
household necessity that they are glad to
buy. Clean, pleasant, profitable employ
ment. Particulars free. Address Mercan
tile Syndicate, Dept. J. Kansas (My, Mo.
ONLY AUTHORIZED LIFE OF 1USV. T.
IeWITT TALMAGE. by his son. Rev.
Ir. Frank Tulruage, and associate editors
of the Clui.-ttan HeraM. Book of l4l
pages, mi irirentiy iliuatrated. Kntatia
at t3. ljlht free. postaMe 30 cents. Het
terms. Knrlght Paid; p-nilums git en.
Onlnr lrnme.il tely and secure chutes of
terntory. I'ulua Bovk sx LUe Hoo,
iMrurer, Cul J-MeJ
WANTED TO RKMT.
WANTED, pasturage for 25 to to yearling
heifer, within J miles of Omaha, by
responsible party; state best terms for
si months and for one year. Address
Y .m. Pee. K-MT!H 23
WATE1 To rent 10-room hone, modern
onvenlener: south side preferred Fred
Ix"-e. nv"n Store. K
WANTED, good secondhand furniture;
highest prices paid. Enterprise Furniture
Co.. Iu2 k 14th. Tel. N-W2 M
WANTED, second-hand fireproof safe. B.
W. Pecker. Osmond. Neb. N 723 ?2
FOR SALE KIRS 1TI RE.
CHICAOO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
?n20. New and secoounanu, oougci, smu,
WITH every $10 sale we will give FREE a
beautiful oil painting. v e nave a torn
tileta lino of louse furnishings, new and
secondhand; prices right. Enterprise Fur-
hit j re Co., 102-4 8. 14th. Tel.
FOR "ALK IIOHSKS, WAuOf, ETC.
GOOD Studebaker top buggy, cheap. See
A. W. Johnson, wltn John Deere now uo.
1' 6 M-b"
FOR repair work on light and heavy
wagons see Frost, 14th aud Leavenwur'.n.
FOR SALE MISCELLASEOl .
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet: cribbing and hog fence. 901 Douglas.
run STYI.KS trusses, catalogue free. Sher
man & McCunneli Drug Co., 16th and
Uouge, umana. w i
FOR BALE, nhonnaraohs. superior to any
other musical Instrument; $5 up. The
Wlttman Co., li21 Farnam. Q 613
2DIIAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics.
2DHAND aafe cheap. Bchwarti, 114 S. 13th,
FLESCHER sells bicycles. 1622 Capitol Ay.
FINE 6-passenger, rubber-tired, open car
riage. Il.'j. extension, leather top, 2-
seuted carriage, rubber-tired, used (
times, $175; 20 other phaetons, surreys anl
carriages. D1U MMOND CARRIAGE I
CO., IMh and Harney. Q 239 A2S
WIRE fence for poultry, bog. lawn and
yard, hitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works. 6U no. 16th bt. Tel.
y M972 July9
FOR SALE, scholarship In an Omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire 232 Bee
Bldg. VI .M968
FIR timbers for house movers, etc., 40 to 71
feet; poultry and hog fence. 901 Doughis.
BTCYCLES and phonographs on easy pay
ments $5 down, $1.5o per week; 2d hand
wheels. $".. $S and $10; new wheels, $15.
Omuhu Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago sis.
SOUTH DAKOTA MAP. official, showing
boundaries and descriptions according to
government land office plats to dale; free
homesteads and land to be opened for
settlement; 25c silver or 9)o stamps. De
partment ii. State Pub. Co., Pierre, 8. D.
Q M463 M3
TYPEWRITERS, latest Remington, Smlth-
Premler. Densmore. replaced by I UK
UNDERWOOD; low rrlce. Rentals, $2.50
to $4 per month: A. H. W orkman & Co.,
1617 Farnam. Phone, 249.
WE FURNISH estimates on rebuilding, re-
llnlshlng, tone and action regulating. v e
make a specialty of scientific proof test
piano tuning. All work guarantees.
Schmoller & Mueller,
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail
1313 Farnam st. 502 ll'way, Co. Bluffs.
Tel. 1625. . Tel. 368.
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant 1614 Cass 6t
MME. GYLMER. genuine palmist. 315S IS
MME. SMITH, baths, 111 N. 15, 2d floor. R. 3.
T S04 i-tr
MME. AMES, vaoor baths, 124 N. 15th, r. 7.
1 M31 M12
Middlcmiss, wall paper cleaner. Tel. 1739.
U .M.W M
nR TtOY. chlronodtdt. corns and superflu
ous hair removed py siectriouy. n. n.
Frenxer Block. U ol
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con
finement; babies aaupten. iva urant bi.
Mrs. Gardels. Tel. F-U62. U 513
FLESCHER will fix your bicycle right.
HAIRDRES8ING. manicuring and chlro
pody, for laaies omy, in connection witn
The Batnery, zie-iuu uee uiag.
RUPTURE permanently cured In 30 to 60
days; sena lor circular, u. 0. voou, m.
V.. 621 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A. u. aiara, 11 st uougiaa.
nmunPHnTEit and sunnlles. wholesale.
ind retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Doug
las. L m2Z
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with rne uainery, rooms uvuv uee mag.
BilAairWl.U BH.l ...vno.ft, .m
connection witn ine caiaery, xsee
building, lei. mo. u oze
RUPTURE cured, no puin, detention from
business; send for circulars Empire
RuDture Cure Co. 932 N. Y. Lite Bidg.,
GO TO The Goldman Pleating Co. for all
kinia or DieatinkT. 1 neir new macmnery
enables them to do tetter, cheaper.
las Dioca. u iii
BECK A CO., wall paper cleaners. Tel. Ut
u ra.u ao
VIAVI. woman's way to health. Home
treatment, uooaiei tree, ato uvm diuj.,
Omaha. J ui
ELITE PARLORS. 415 So. 16th St., 2d floor.
private home for ladles before and dur
ing confinement: babies adopted. 2620
Burdette. Mrs. Burget. Mil
MME. SMITH, baths, 113 N. 15, 2d floor, r. 1
u sa. iio-
1." 1 u x? t- nee 1avr rimawnt t Inr hv ma.
chine. 1907 uougias, 1100 m 1.
U M.,7 M-l
I CAN cure any kind of disease; if you
rfl.tullnirA VOI1 ll.-1 -oop Ufa uvuinut m V
medicine 1 am wrong. I'ror. Jonnson,
loth and Jones sis., city. U MS26 23
YOUNG widow of Independent meana and
owning her own home would correspond
with refined gentleman object matri
mony. Cora K. H.. Box 64s. St. Ioiils,
Mo. I MK22 23
MOSIEY TO LOAM REAL ESTATE.
4 PER .CENT on business property,
a l r cel. 1 on residence property.
Optiona to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. M&IK.LE. 4cl a. 15th 61.
MONEY to loan on li.' proved Omaha real
estate. Breunan-Jive lo., son bo. um.
FOR SALE, choice mortgage loans. Garvia I
sros.. isut r arnam sl, oiuaua. w ai-us
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
t arnam Smith A Co.. ISM Farnam St
FARM and city kians, low rates. W. U.
iOWUlWi MM HSW MB D1U. low
S PER CENT loans.
CHOlCi: FARM LOANS Ft tR 8A1JS.
K, C. PE1LUS CO.. i;u2 Kcriam St.
WANTED, city and tana loams; also bonds
and wiutuiU. 11 C. hMI A Co
aiusoa snVf Je IHQf, .n
MOIl.t TO I.OAV BKAL EST TK.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1834 Doug. as
1 1X1 ,
44 TO S P. C. money. Bcmia, Paxtnn H it
V 0 SO
PRIVATE money. Sberwood. 937 N. T.
MOKI TO 1XJA.H 4HATTKI.8.
$ $ I I
$ I I $ $ $
WHEN IN NEED OF MONET
DEAL WITH THE
AMERICAN LOAN CO.
LOANS FROM $10 TO $200 MADS
On Fimlture. Pianos, etc., and to people
holding a steady position, without pub
licity or removing the property, and al
CHEAPER AND EASIER RATEd
than elsewhere. You can have the money
on the same day you ask for It, and the
loan ran be paid off In easy weekly or
monthly payments, or as your circum
stances will permit, thtis enabling you to
pay without Inconvenience or worry.
Come In and talk It over with us.
AMERICAN LOAN CO..
Room 3o3 Third Floor, Paxton Block.
WE make loans on Furniture.
Plar.os. Horses, Wagons, Catriagea
end other chattels.
without mortgage to persons who
have permanent positions. Yoj can
get the money on very short notice
and pay U back In one month, or
keep It longer, and pay for It only
what time you keep It. We are
leaders In lovv rates, quick and con
fidential service and courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
Live you the full amount of the
CAN In cash. We always "try to
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
tEstablished 1892 3oo 8. 16th St.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
Feopie; business connoentiai; lowest rates.
14 Pax tor block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., sue. to D-jff Green, 8 .'tarker Blk.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity: emdeMt terms: 40 offices In prln
clpal cities. Tolman. 440 Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, hcrses, cows, etc c. t . neea, 319 t 14
LOANS on CHATTELS and SALARIES.
J. W. TAYLOR, 6A Paxton block.
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 4U Mccague Duuuing.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quica communi
cate with one who has the customers. J.
H. Johnson. M3 N. Y. LU'e. Phone L-2270.
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In the
best agricultural section ot lowa; large
annual trade; stock will invoice about
$10,0u0; profits ltrge; must close up an
estate Interest the only- reaaoa for selling.
Address V 40, Bee. x 14
IF YOU want to BUY or BELL real es
tate call o: write .
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.,
4th Floor N. Y. L fa Bldg., Omaha.
FOR a profitable proposition, monthly in
come skuu, eleganuy eu.uippuu rooming ana
boarding house; patrouaf the est; best
location in city: largo- lewpacliy. J. rl.
Johnson, N. Y. Life. 'Phone L-2270.
.; i X M3446
TEN ROOM3, splendidly furnished modern
tlrst-class roomers; paying proposition!
J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y-M344
7-ROOM brick flat, nicely furnished, good
location, rent reasonable, furniture at
bargain; lady going away; Investigate.
J. 11. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y-M345
STOCK of about $3,000 In good location.
wouta take umana resiuence property
for about JI.6W. Address.- Box 154. Ute.
Iowa. . Y-273-M-13
FOR SALE, easy terms, small cash pay-
mem, oaiance mommy, my enure livery
stock, hacks and hearse; excellent chance
to step Into good paying business. W. C.
Utterback, Ogden barn, Council Bluffs, !a
. X M Jil A26
AN OLD established real estate, loan, In
surance ana abstract business in one 01
the best towns In northwestern Iowa, for
sale al a bargain; a orignt opportunity
for the right man; only those meaning
business apply. For particulars address
Y 29, care Bee, Omaha. i Mbob 25
FOR SALE, good clear, up-to-date stock
of Jewelry, crockery, musical instru
ments, sewing machines, notions, etc.:
about $5,600.On; also good brick building,
25xlK. with lot 26x150. Stock located in
good county seat town N. W. Iowa. Stock
runnlna and doing good business. Fine
opening for right man. For particulars
address P. M. Casady, Sioux
ious niy, ia.
1 rfiR RAI.E. a aood. clean atock of arrocer
les. oueensware anu iiowous, one 01 me
best stands in a live Nebraska town,
doinr a good business; reason for sell
ing poor health. Address Grocer, Be
o'.ice, Council Bluffs. 4 Y M727
STOCK of books, notions and stationery:
live business in live town; auoa poim 10
work in drug line. Aaaress x . uee.
Y 722 26
HARDWARE stock for sale. W. J. Deer,
ing, Cart oil, Ia. Y 710 2
FOR SALE, cigar store doing a paying
DUSineSS. A SIIUP. auuich & i&, nro
FOR BAlEi .man Jobbing business; about
$1,500 required. Must go at once. Address
Y 63. Bee office. Y M792
FOR EXCHANGE, general stock, good.
clean goods; invoicing aooui y,sow; sta
ple, up-to-date and saleable. If you want
a good trade, can get liberal deal for real
estate and cash land preferred. Owner
wants land adapted to fruit culture.
write definitely wnat you nave to oner,
with full details of property and value
C. W. Somers, 507 Manhattan Bldg., St.
Paul, Minn. I mkjj 23
FOR SALE, blacksmith shop, with or with
out tools. In good town in eastern Ne
braska. Must sell. Aduress . Hee.
I GOOD navlne1 barber shop: Kern furniture.
I S-cnair snop; lown ui iv. reason ior
I Belling, sicaness; utirgn"i i oougru soon.
Address P. O. Box bM, .-Neorai-ica city.
I Neb. X MM9 24
I a urnmuniu ouiam over
on an Investment of SI. . National Bank
nererence. r or iuii imiiieiours ana cir
rulsrs address Kentucky Mutual Sweep.
stakes association, auiion xoung. Man
ager. uexlngton, hy. x MS14 23
FOR SALE, a clean stock of groceries snd
fixtures. X 6s. Bee. X Ms.12 27
WILL exchange good oak wardrobe for
folding bed. I 49. Bee. 2 M510
EQUITY In Improved level quarter foi
trade. Bog 14. Chapman, jseo.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
DOUBLa. house, modern, T rooms In each
near car and school, r rue, ij. tot
particulars. Box so, irvingron. seb.
IIOU8ES, lots, (arms, ranches, loans; also
are lusuranoe. cteniu. s-aatun Bioca.
FOR BALE. 1130 acres of good farmin
land, 14) acres In crops this year, at
sacrifice In central part ot Nebraska. (1.
11. Peterson, fcf! N. lm, urns ha.
KE 65$ M19
(P YOU want one of the nicest t-raeoi
Somas tn liarjacofn tiaeo I will gl'e you
a IMLnala. oww 111 any. Must anil.
. AA. buerweva. Ml A I. h lo.i.
rOK OA IK HEAL KTATB.
ALL ABOARD for California! acres
government land In southern California
open lor settlement; t lie largest Irriga
tion canal In America Is now completed
through these lands; soil Is very rich and
lertile. finest alfalfa and cattle country
on earth; aj acres allowed each person;
permanent wHter rights sold on easy
terms; railroad through these Unds v. HI
be completed In short time; send 1" cents
for books and maps and full informa
tion. Reld Ilel.er. agents, 107 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cel.
MODERN cottage, 8 rooms, entirely new.
paved street, brick sidewalk. nar 2;th
and St. Mary's ave.; easy terms. H.fx.
O. C. Oleen, 17"1 Farnam st. HE M5-'S .'i
FOR SALE. good, all modern, elght-r. om
house, near High school; fine int-lde
home; cheap at t.1,750. Will consider prt
trade. Address X 6S. Bee. RE M131
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO. for choice.
bargJtns. wvl-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1016.
UEOHGF. G. WALLACE, real estate, mort
gage, rentals, insurance. Brown block.
HOUSES and lots In all parts ot city; also
aire property and farm lanos. me u. r.
liavls Co., Room 552, Boe Building.
RANCH and farm lar.-ls for sale by the
Union Pacific Rnl.road company, u. A.
McAlitster. land commissioner, Union Pa
ctlic Headquarters, Omaha. Neb.
3-t ACRES for $450. near Ruser's park, One
level land for gardening, mar school.
The Byron Keed Co., 212 s. I4in st.
THE OMAHA REALTY CO.. 1301 Douglas
St., upstairs; Small houses for sale; cheap
b illdlng lots. Call for catalogue and price
list. Private money lo loan on easy
terms. RE M 63
FOR SALE, ten-room modern house, West
Farnam: good barn, shade trees; very
cheap. Benson A Carmlchnel. Taxton
block. RE 773 27
FOR SALE or trade, new 8-room and bath
In 1'nplllion; barn lx24 and cow shed;
windmill with romnlete water system all
over place; 6 full lots, all in bearing
fruit. Price. $3,000. C. Rosencrans, Pa-
pilllon, Keb. RE-M7'W 24
NbW COTTAGE FOR SALE.
on Hurt between 27th and 2Mh avenues
Six livlnn rooms, six aood closets, com
plete bath with poroelnln tub, marble
WHshstand and best make of closet; hot
and cold water and gas, with fl Mures all
complete; cemented cellar under entire
house, fitted with coal bins; nice porch
and splendid lot: price only $2 K; $5iio
cash, balance to suit, 6 per cent. Just the
place for a small family. Call us un.
telephone 17S1, and we will show you the
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., OMAHA
Main Floor New York Life Bldg.
ALFALFA farm for sale; 160 acres, H In
alfalfa; well Improved. Going to Canada.
Write to Erik Johnson, R. 2, Lexington,
sen. KK-304 M-21
FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
We offer for sale the handsome, modern
un-to-date home. No. llua South 31st 8t
A bin harcaln If taken ciulrk. Hirka.
326 Board Trade. KE SOB 22
FINELY Improved half-section, splendid
larm, i1 mile irom wayne. v per acre,
easy terms. E. K. Surber, Wayne. Neb,
RE MKlS 28
LAND FOR SALE.
00-acre farm, .150 under cultivation. 200
acres prairie. i2o acres pasture, balance
timber; building worth 2.oo: farm loca
ted on the Red river; soli rich black loam
four reet deep, clay subsoil. Will sell
half or all.
320-acre farm outside city limits, all under
cultivation: 2 acres timber, river run
nlng 21 rods from barn: rich, black loam
soli, the very best. For particulars and
terms write r . j. jseison, Hallock, Minn
ivittson county. KB MR28 24
Disrobe the piano price of Its expensive
uuruen ot store rents, retail aeaiers ex
pense of selling, remove music teachers
commbwlona and It is easy to see why
for $260 no more, no less I'll sell you a
piano that dealers charge .EjO to H'H) tor,
Beautiful uo-to-date styles In all thi
fancy woods. Cash or $2.60 weekly. You
can call evenings.
FRED R. WALTER, manufacturers' agent
3113 California at. walnut 11111 car.
LADIES. If hopeless, worried or discour
aged, write lis for our regulator; one
treatment guaranteed to relieve abnormal
case of suppression, any cause. Dr. Mead
item. vo 21 vjuincy it., Chicago.
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leadln
specialist In diseases of women In Omaha,
would call the attention or sufTerln
ladies to his unsurpassed accommodation
before and during confinement and hi
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
TREES, shrubs, roses and vines of every
variety, oaies grounas, isin ana uougias.
truix t. juaruu, prop, xeu am.
The choicest and
of home grown
FLOWERS Shrubs and flowers
ever brought to this city, from the famous
Crescent City Nurseries, located 10 miles
trom Omaha. All sizes and prices. Stock
guaranteed. Come and pick out what you
G. H. Keyes, Mgr.Omaha Busineis.
Salesground 21st and Farnam,
SHORTHAND AND TYPWH1TINQ.
GREGG Shorthand. Om. C. Col., 17thDoug
A. C. VAN 8ANT 8 school. 717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES' college, court reporter principal.
N. i . Life. oeo
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Boyd a
'1 neater. w
GID E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 616. r. x. ute xsiag. lei. jwh.
DR. A. T. HUNT, 612 McCague Bldg. TeL
DR. MRS MU8ICK. Douglas Blk. Tel. SSS
p. MELCHOIR. lltn snd Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka.. make a spe
cialty or ore eecapee, anuiiera, aoora ana
safes. G. Aadreen, Prop., 102 So. 10th Bt.
Hmii fi-iTemier. ro. 1. lis.
Smith-Premier, No. 1. 1Z7.6Q, fins condition.
Remington, iso. a, almost new, tw.
Kemlnuton. No. I. Daw. 170.
Densruoree while they last. 136, your cholcs.
tUJiu Bi. rfJiN. 4u arnam si.
PACIFIC Storage aod Warehouse Co., tit-
S.4 .lours, general storage auu lorweraing,
OM. Vaa BUsr. Co.. luifc Fara- Tela. IKAMa
ITAMUKHI1U Al STITTKRINO.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 llamge 10 lg
RASS and aluminum casting, nickel plat
ing and finishing. SjwIh 11 y Mfg. Co.. 41
N. Msin St.. Council lUuffs. t-4
GRAND Electric Co., IS 4 Jackson. Tel. 4&
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co.. 811 North icth.
MONROE Coal and Feed Co.
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cases; trunks
repaired Om. Trunk actory, 1209 Farnam.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1421 So. mh.
CAkl'KSTKR. AID JOIKERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly aiienaeo ire. j. '1. Mcniitree,
2tfth and Lake streets. -470
LACE curtains cleaned, 2Se a pair. Farnam
street nana iaunury, ui arnam et.
52 A 30
STAMI'9, COIKS, ETC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., 209 80. 13th.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesspools ana vaults, removes gariage ana
dead animals at reduced prices. 6-1 N. 11
Tel. 1779. 926
DRESSMAKING In families or at home.
Alias Hturdy. 2042 Farnam. 9uo M-
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars,
so; cuds, 10. iioo ieavaworin. Tel. 54t.
NATURAL stone, cement, brick, Welshan's
mantei ana ins Co., aoy u. ljtn. Tel. 1689.
NOTICE, PAPER HANGERS.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co., mfrs. of paste
ior aa purposes, in puis, and H bbls.
Write for prices. 1210 Cuming. 5S1 30
U HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. TeU 1253.
THE GARDENERS protect old age as well
as me. moaner memDers tree. iartlcu
lars rrom Frank Hose water, supreme
aianager, m Bee mug. 724
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas,
OMAHA Plating Co.. Bee Bldg. Tel. 3536.
LOST, a round gold pin set with pearls.
Kinder will be rewarded If returned to
office of Nebraska Clothing Co.
Nature'! remedy for all nerve troubles,
applied scientifically by a gifted bealer. For
free booklet, "Nerve Force and How to Ob
tain It," address,
DR. CHAS. I. WHITE. M. H, & Y. P.
P. 0. Box 121, Columbus. Neb.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mulls for the week ending April
26. 1902, will close (PROMPTLY in all cases)
at the uenerai rosiomce, as loiiows:
PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour
earlier than closing time shown below.
Parcels post mails for Germany close at
6 p. m. Monday.
Regular and supplementary malls clone
at foreign branch half hour later than
closing time shown below, (except that
supplementary malls ior Europe and
Central America, via Colon, close one hour
later at foreign branch.
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Bt. Paul, via Southampton (mull
fur Ireland must be ulrected "per s s.
Ht. Paul"); at t:30 u. ill. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. a. Teutonic,
via Queenstown; ut 10 a. ni. for BEL
GIUM direct, per s. a. Kensington (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Kensington").
THl'HHDAY-At 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, PORT
UGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAR
Ql'EZ, per s. s. Ln Touralne. via Havre
(m&U foi other parts of Eurone must be
directed "per a. a. i.u Touruine").
SATURDAY At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, per
s. a. la tjuscogne, via iiavre (mull tor
other parts of Europe must be directed
"per 8. s. I A Guscogue"); ut 7 a. m. for
ITALY direct, per s. s. Hohensullern
(mall must be directed "per s. s. Hohen
gollern"); at 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per s. s. Potsdam (mull
must be directed "per s. s. Putsdam");
at 12:30 p. m. (supplementary 2 p. m.) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Campania, via Queens
town. PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed mutter, commercial papers.
and samples for Germany only. Tie
same class or man mutter tor other parts
of Europe will not tie sent by this ship
unless specially directed by It.
After the closing of the supplementary
Transatlantic niuus uumea uoove, addi
tional supplementary mulls are opened
on the piers of the American. English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within 10 minutes of the hour
Of sailing 01 eieuinei.
Malls for Soalk aal 1 ealfal Aaaerlea,
Weal ladles. Ete.
WEDNESDAY At 12:30 p. m. (supplement
ary 1 p. m I for TURKS ISLAND and
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, per s. s. Chero
kee. THURSDAY At a. m for CUBA. YUCA
TAN. CAMPECHE. TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per s. s. Monterey imail for other
parts of Mexico muat Dm ulrected "ir
s s. Monterey"); at 6 a. m. fur BER
MUDA, per s. a. Pretoria; at 12 m. for
BARBADOS and NOHTMKHN BRAZIL
ner s. a. Hilary, via Para and Manaoa
at SO p. m. for JAMAICA, per s. s. Ad
miral Sampson, from Boston.
FRIDAY Al 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND-
UMl direct, per a. a. nilvia, st 12 m.
for MEXICO, per s. s. City of Washing
ton, via Tamploo (mull must be directed
"per s. a. City of Washington"); at 12:30
rm. for inaul a ana tiAin, per s. s.
a . -1 1. 1 . a v 1 a - n rc iuto a ir'n
per s. Ban Juan, via Ban Juan: at t
a, m. tsvpplementary : a. m.) for
fX'RACAO snd V K N Elf L E I-A, per s s
Zulla (mail for Savanilla and Cartagena
must be directed "per s. s. Zulla"); at
t s. m. (supplemeiitury '0 JO a. m - for
ST. THOMAS, HI. rUIIX. L4- KWAKI)
snd WINDWARD IHIM'ri BRITISH.
IH TCH and FKENCH GUIANA, per s. a.
ltoraltua; at 9-) a. m (supplementary
Jo:S a. in) lor FORTUNE ISLAND,
JAMAICA. SAVANILI-A, CARTAGENA
and tiltEYTtiWN. p a. a. Atoa imall
Iwr Cue La liu must ts tlAcesia4 cg a, s,
POSTOFFIt K MrTHE.
Athns"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, fer s. s.
Morro Castle, via Havana.
stalls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at
this office dally at 30 p. m. tcnnnectii g
c!o.-e here tvrry Monday. t -.Inesday ana
Saturday). Malls for MI.ieion. by rsil to
Boston, and thence by steamer, close at
this cifll.T daily st 6 ) p. m. Malls for
Cuba, by rail o Florida, and thence by
steamers, are dispatched dally, final con
nectlng closes, for dispatch via l'orl
Tampa on Mondays. H eonesdaj s and
Saturdays at 5 3" a. m , for dispatch
via Miami, on Mondays and Satur
days at :: p. m. M.it's for Mexico City,
overland, unl-ss specially addresnej for
dispatch by steamer, close at this office
dally except Sunday at !: and 11:30 p. m ,
Sundays a' 1 p. m. and 11 m. Stalls
for Coxta Rica. Itellge, I'nerto Cortet and
Guatemala, by rail to New Orleans, ami
thence by steamer, c oim at this offli-e)
dally excent Hunday at 1:30 n. in.. Sun
days at l:(W p. m. tronneotlng cloaca here
Mondays for Uellxe, Puerto Cortes and
Guatemala, and Tuesday tor Costa Rica.)
'Registered mail closes st 6:00 p. m. pre
Malls for Australia, (except West Aus
tralia, which Is forwaided via Europe).
New Zealand, Fill, Samoa and Hawaii,
via Sail Francisco, clos here dsliy at
p. m. after Arll 6th and up 10 April
26th. Inclusive, or on arrival of s s.
Umbrls. due at New York April e26th,
for dlsuatch rer a. s. Sonoma.
Malls for Australia (except West Australia,
wmcn goes via nurope, ana .New Zea
land, which goes via San Francisco), and
FIJI Islands, via Seattle and Victoria, H.
C. close here dally at 6:30 p. m, op to
April 26th. Inclusive, for dispatch ur a,
S. Mnln, ffliiM.i,;lv ndileenneil nnlvl
Malta for Hawaii, (Tilna and Japan, vt
mil rrancirtco, cHse nere oauy ax s is
P. m. up to April 2ith. Inclusive, for
dlsoatrh oer a. a. Iwrlc.
Alalls for China and Japan, via Seattle) and
Ictorla, B. C, close here dally at .w
p. m. up to April JSih, InclUHlvs, for dis
)utch per a. a Empreats of China (regis
tered mall must be specially auldreased.
Merchandise fur the U. S. Poatal aawticy
at Shanabal cannot be forwarded vi
Malls for Hawaii, Japan and China (n!o
letter mall and specially addresseii peri
oilicals for tha Philippine Islands, v1n
Manila), via Han Francisco, close her
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May 4th, In
clusive, for dispatch er s. s. Nippon
Malls for Hawaii, via Sun Francisco, rlo
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May "Mil,
Inclusive, for dispatch tier s. s. Alameda.
Mails for the Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m.
up to May llih, Inclusive, for dispatch
per U. 8. transport.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via San Francisco, closo here dally at
6.30 p. m. dp to May 2ld Inclusive, for,
dispatch per s. s. Australia.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port
of sailing daily and the schedule of clos
ing la arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted uveriund transit.
Registered mall closes at :00 p. m.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postoftlce, New York, N. Y.. April 1H, lu2.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian affairs, Washington, D. C, March 1,
I9u2. Bealed proposals. Indorsed "Proposals
for blankets, woolen and cotton goods,
clothing, etc.," as the case may be, and
directed to the commissioner of Indian
affairs, Nos. 77 and 79 Wooster street. New
York City, will be received until 1 o'clock
p. m., of Tuesday, May 13, 19u2, for fur
nishing for the Indian Service, blankets,
woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions,
hats and caps. Bids must be made out on
government blanks. Schedules giving all
necessary Information lor bidders will be
furnished on application to the Indian of
flee. Washington. D. C. ; Nor 77 and 7$
Wooster street. New York City; S35 Johnson
street. Chicago, 111.; No. 616 Howard street,
Omaha, Neb.; the commissaries of sub
sistence, U. S. A, at Cheyenne, Leaven
worth, St Louis, Bt. Paui and Sao Fran
cisco; the postmasters at Sioux Clt, Yank
ton, Arkunsua City, Caldwell, Topeka,
Wichita and Tucson, Bids will be opened
at the hour ana days above stated, and
bidders are Invited to be present at the
opening. The department reserves the
right to determine '.he point of delivery
and to reject tny and all bids, or any
part of any old. W, A. JONES, Commis
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., April 19, 1902. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, subject tu the usual
conditions, will lie received here until 10
o'clock a. m., May 9, l!io2, and then opened.
In the presence of attending bidders, for
eighty-four fS4i Cavalry Horses, for tic
livery at Fort leuvenworth, Kansas, or at
prominent railroad points. 11. 8. reserves
right lo reject ur accept any or all pro
posals, or any part thereof. Blank forma
for bidding and circular giving full Inform
ation and requirements will be furnished on
application to this office. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked "Pro
posals for Horses," and addressed to JNO.
W. PULLMAN, Chief Q. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omeha, Neb.. April 19. 1902. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be recelv.-d at this office,
until lo a. ni , central standard time, May
9, lw2, for constructing two detached Lava
tories, to Include construction proper,
plumbing and steam heating, at Fort Rob
inson, Nebraska. Full Information fur
nished on application to this office, vvlieie
plans end specifications may be seen, or
to the Quartermaster, Fort Koblnson. P.o
poeuls to be marked "Proposals for I-a .
torles," and addressed to Major JNO IV.
PULLMAN, Chief juartermatur.
PROPOflAIJ! FOR 8l.'B8IBTENCK
Stores. Ofllce Purchasing Commissary of
Hubslstenco, Umaha. Neh., April is. 1902.
Healed proposals, subject to the usual con
ditions, will IM) received at ime uuice uiuu
lo o'clock a. m.. April 28, IHvt. at which
time and 1)1 ace they will be publicly opened
for furnishing subsistence stores as fol
lows: Bacon, flour, coffee, sugar, canned
goods, etc. Preference will be given to
articles of domestlo production. Blank pro
posals and apsclflaatlons can be obtained at
this office. W. K. GROVE, Purchasing
Commissary, AU d6te
PROPOSALS FOR STOCK PAVILION
on lowa Stale Fair Grounds. Heuled pro
posals will be received al tike ollluu of the
secretary of the Stale Board of Agricul
ture, lies Mol lies, iu , until 11 o cluck 111.,
on the nth day of May. 190SI. and Imme
diately thereafter opened, for all labor and
materials required In the erection ana com
pletion of a stock pavilion to be erected on
the State Fair grounds ut Des Moines, la..
in accordance with the drawings and speci
fications prepared ny Heave Maine,
architects, 1'uorln, III. 1'rojiosuls received
after time stated will bo returned unopened
to bidders. Copies of the drawings aud
specifications will be on tile at the ollloei of
tho secretary ur the Stale Board of Agri
culture and also al the architects on And
after April 21, 1901. The work to be com
menced as soon as practicable after ac
ceptance of bid.
All ironwork to be delivered on the
ground not later than July 1, lted, and
erected not later than July IS, lfrtt. mas
on Ironwork will be received separate.
The bull. ling to be completed by August
in, 1902, under penalty of Im per day for
feit. Each bid to be accompanied by certified
check for & uer cent of amount of bid.
Satisfactory bond for W per vent of amount
of hid will be required.
The State Board or Agriculture reserves)
the right to reject ths luwest or any and
all bids, and to waive any defeola or In
formalities In any bid. If It Is deemed in
tlie Interest of the board to do so.
Each bill must be enclosed In an envelope,
sealed and addressed to Mr. John C, Simp
son, secretary of the Stale Board of Agri
ftiliuru. ls Moines, la , and endorsed on
the envelope "Proposal for Stock Pavilion."
By order of the State Board of Agricul
ture. JOHN C. SIMPSON, Secretary.
New York-Rotterdam, via Boulogne, 8. M,
New Twln-skrew s. . of IXouw umis register.
Pitsdam a,.. a. A.
May 1. 10 a. ni.
Uteeiaer ' Rottardam May 10. 10 . m.
Apply to Harry Muorea). Ml Faraaia
stxewti J. 8. MuNauif, 1323 Pariuun sueeti
H. S Jooas. V-AJi Farnara street 1 Lobtg
heese, rlrst NutionuJ Uuk. Oaiuha.
ANCHOR USiaV-U S. UAIL-STBAMSRS
SalllDS sacularlr Wtsaaw
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