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THK OMAHA DAILY -BKE: WKDNKSDAY, SKt'TEMnF.Il "4, 1002.
will k liWri til 13 en. for tk
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lee morning 4 gnndar elle.
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( wore, thereafter. Reining) taken
for than (or the Mrst Imn
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greesen to. at na saber eg letter la tart
f The . liiwm ee aoArseoog will
he illttr eye nreeentauAera C IM
WA NTKD, position an cigar lady In hotel
or store; had exjerlem e; can Hive refer
ence. Address I 4, Bee. A 616
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTEDCanvaaser. Man familiar with
book and titmpaprr worn ureierred. Mufl
be hualler. Apply Uiwm 107, Bee Bldg.
(5 FOR HALF A DAY 8 WORK.
If you live- in tbo country or In a ainail
town and cava a good acquaintance
tmonf tiia farmer aud stock raiser in
the neighborhood you can make u easily
by lour or eve hour work.. Write ue
and we will send you our proposition.
Ihe He rubllablng Co ... Soueltors iept.
Omaha, Xei. . B MU
WANTED, two cooka for Wyorntng west
ru railway. Labor agency, nu S. lnh.
WANTED, five well dressed,-well educated
solicitors to do special work In connection
with dally newspaper; liberal aaiary and
commission; bring references, can tur r
C. Russell,- room 107, Bee bullaing. after
o'clock a. m. ' B W
. ; - . s
WANTED, string music team for saloon
work. Addrcu Fred Littleton. Sherklan,
Wye, B 271
HUSTLING) deputies wanted; men or
women; splendid contract. The Oarden
ers, 415 life Dldg. L 275
WANTED, flrst-claaa ilrltannlca and War-
Iter library saleemen for Iowa. Kansas
Nebraska, Montana, North and tiouth
.lakoia We pay traveling exietibes and
nionthl' advance. You call on Inoulrlea
onle. lVrmftAent and exclusive terrltorv
system. Address American Newspaper
suite 6-J N. Y.
u r.'J oib
WANTED, middle- aged man, preposseslng
appearanre, with large acquaintance.
References. City Savings Bank. 16th and
Douglas. B M3- 28
WANTED Toung man stenographer; arlve
references, age arid expected salary. Ad
dress K &. Bee. B M&U
WANTED Good butcher: ateadv work.
John Will.- Herman, Neb. B M32S 24
TATLORS wanted. Six1 coatmakers at once;
nrst-ciass worK only, write or call on I
T. U. Doyer, Sioux crty, Iowa.
laborers for AVyomlng. Minnesota and
Missouri; bridge carpenters for Nebraska:
dally ahlpment; free fare. Sweeney's
employment. zv ana si's o. irtn street.
WANTED, traveling man who visits tha
large ana mall towns, to sell retailers a
on commission. Bryn MawT Mills, Phila-
oeipnia, it a kl
WANTED; At enee, six tlfinera. Cole-Brels-ford
l!ardra Co., 41 B. il.la at.. Coun
cil Bluffs. B 654 23
to sort iron.
WANTED, -flrst-cfass picker on- scalded
chickens; must o steady man. R.' Web
ber. Sioux City. la. B M5?l 29
WANTED, an experienced furniture driver.
reopie a Btore. H 616 26
WANTED.- everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
no canvassing; gooo pay. Bun Advertis.
Int Bureau, Chicago. B V4 24
WANTED, men who are. weak or diseased
to write for free booklet edited by tho
leading and most aucceasful specialist in
the United States. - Address J.-- Newton
iiataawar, M. J., U Commercial Rloak,
bioux city, i a- u mx
THE annual postofflce examination will be
held' In Omaha November lKth for clerks
and iwrners. Only a mmmon school edu
cation required. PollHca or reliclon not
considered. We prepare by mall for the
examinations a large per cent of those
appointed each year. Information about
all srovernment positions free. Columbia!!
correspondence College, . W ashington,
D. C. i . B 610 26
PERMANENT position given to a good
latter and monogram engraver and all
around man In my store. R. L. Hendrlck,
jeweler, et. josepn, mo. is en 02
WANTED, a flrst-claas clothing salesman:
one who speaks German preferred; good
salary to right man. Needham & Gunther, !
Albion. Nab. n we 26
WANTED, blacksmith helper, who under
stands horseshoeing; steady place.. liVo.
Luoaa. sutn and Spalding sts.
,. WANTEDFEMALE HELi.
DM Girls. Call Canadian office, 16th ft Dodge.
WANTED, good wages to a good cook;
none otner need appiy. 14 j-iarney.
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
of three aai'lta. . Aooress J it, ue.
WANTED Housekeepeer in family of three
auuiia. auurrw, rw w, jw. . (
WANTED, rajrh girls and boys: must be
14 years of age. J. L. Brandels Sons.
C 541 24
WANTED, a rook.
3M26 Dewey ave.
Mrs. C. T.
WANTED. competent girl: must be good
cook; good wages. Apply 1K3 Davenport.
c aw Jo-
WANTED, girl for general housework. 291S
Mason St. C 596
W A NTKD. a good girl for general hoase
work: no wearing; $3.50 per week. lt14
North J4ih St C 601
FOR RENT ilO USES.
HOUSES. Mores. Bemla,
rigot get Omaha
ofhoe Ulit Farnam. or Tela. 19-si.
( ROOM modern, good repair, on 8. &ed ave
nue. Phone t3. i-ii
BEE PAYNE. P.08TWICK at CO. for choice
beusea. 6vl-3 S. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. lu.6.
(-ROOM modern detached bouse. Inqnlie
264 Capitol ave. D M5t
VANS and baggwge wagona.
FOR RENT, a house. S14 Francis street.
$20.90. Omaha Realty Co . HI Douglas St.
' MAOOARD Vaa A Storage 4-.
HOUSES and flats.
Ling wait. Barker block.
FOR RENT Nine-room cottaje; panjuetry.
Will, VIV., lIC'lll. UTUf
'MODERN houses. T25 00. $20 00. $15 00: otbera
(12 bo. ie 0. BiU liu.ua, 5a.ua. U. E. Tur-
klnglon. J Besj. D MS. 9
i . , . I,, i
i FOR RENT-
jnis Sherman Ave., ( r. modern fiat I 10)
VilA Ltewev A i a., e r. all modern, walk
ing distance 9 0)
113 B. Sath Ave, ( r.. cily iur li.lx)
2m4 Hriatol St.. a r.. city water and
'7 Jackaoa St.. 7 r., all modern, nice
r76 Burt St., ( r., all modern, furnace,
new house 2.K
PAYKE I NVtSTMKNT COMPANY.
Tel. I'M. Main Piuur N. Y. 1- P.u'.'.g
D 26 i
FOR RENT, October 1. eight-room ho;ie.
eodern all conveniences, near h'ch
f hool. rent moderate. Inquire at fc I
K, X. Ufa building. D-5U 3
I IIR K EST HOI IE!.
FOR RENT, Georgia ave. home, 8 room.
nice nas grate In parlor, furnace, porce
lain bath, f ill lot, pavel streeu ..
J. H. SHERWOOD. 9J7 N. V. Life.
FOR RENT October 1. 7-roora house, fur
nished, 1626 Sieiicer. For i artlc-jlars
Itih St. 1 j .4
OCTOBER 1. 6-roorn house,
em except furnace, (.to.'
If?) Cass: mod
W. N. N,is.,n,
OCT. 1st, I'm Tark ave., -room. modern
bouse, Hi, inquire l(a Park ave.
FOR RENT, 10-room, brick residence,
evervthlng modern. i20 N. :9ih Btreet.
Brennan-Lova Co., 3M Bo. 13th St.
i via :
FOR RENT, f-room
hjrn. l.K Rlnn-v St ,
8-room modt-rn brick
Bt , t.
10-room modern house
nleton Ave.. IS.
and barn, 1210 1'on-
7-ruum modern residence, 34 N.
7-room frame retdence. 522 N. lMh S'.,
7-room framr residtnce, C'hlcag j St.
Si Souiti loth St.
D 4H 2i
LARGE brick residence at northwest ror
n r of 2!th street and lavenworth. wl'h
every modern convenience-, to be rented
to a good tenant for ITS. Se us about
lenslng I'ayne investment Companv,
Main floor, N. T. L. bldg. D 5.7 'a
2816 Dewey avenue. B-room flat. $9
112 8. Wth ave , & rooms, city water, 111 00.
S't)7 Jackson. 7 rooms, modern.
279 Furt. rooms, modern. 122 3d.
2215 Hurt. a rooms, modern eicept fur
3017 Izard, 5-room flat, modern except
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Main Floor N. Y. L. Bklsr.
D 52 23
FOR RENT Three -room houvi, with
water, gas and sewer; just been placed
In flrst-clnss repair; all In a-ool location.
. Close to ptreet car and schools; I'd u ti2
each. C. M. llachmann, 436 and 447 Paxton
block. 1 iSo
EIGHT-ROOM houra, modem Improve
ments. 2217 Cass St., 125 per month; water
rent free. Inquire, Jos. Goldsmith. Room
la, l 8. Bank Bldg. t D 84-24
RENT. October 1. 8-room modern
13K5 So. 3oth Ave.
, 3oa So. 13th St.
FOR RENT, elegant 8-room house, all
modern Improvements. 404 ?. d at. in
quire Joseph Goldsmith, room 18. Cnited,
Stales Nafl bank bldg. D M5SS 24
! 4-ROOM cottage, desirable location. IIS per
month. Inquire mi-ii r arnam si.
7C1 N. 24TH ST., South Omaha, a nice 6-
roora cottag-e. William K. potte", Re
ceiver, 303 Brown block. D 5S
CENTP.AI aJl modern, steam heat, 7-room
house; b-rocm flat, luarc, zzo in. -ta-
FOUR-ROOM cottage, rear of 1314 S. 11th
at.; city water; vj. L.. u. opaiuirf:.
Brown blk. o 1.14
FOR RENT, 8-room brick, modern, fur
nished: location, Capitol rim; win iaae
room and board in excnan(?e igr rein iu
satisfactory parties; give reference. Ad
dress L 3. Bee. i M i-
6-ROOM cottage, $12 per month, 23 Cald
well, inquire Jos. uoioemnn, room 11,
V. 8. bank building. D 61K 25
FOR REST fc'l K.MSMfcU HOuHI.
DEWEY European hotel, 13tU and Farnam.
1 PER WEEK 422 8. 18th St,
aoutn oi court oouse. .
AETNA HOUSE, European, Utb and Dodge.
TWO nice, cool, furnished or
rooms. 2504 Davenport.
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th & Chicago.
' cool rooms;
VICKI.Y furnished rooms, single or en
suite; rates reaaon&Die, juiaiana tjoiei.
lotQ ana cnicago. - a cus
I VIENNA HOTEL. 1011-15 Farnam at.
tL &34 07
FINELY furnished rooms, also rooms for
light housekeeping. Uotige st.
. B M327 24
LARGE south front room, newly furnished,
modern, telepnone. suitable for two men.
2216 Douglas. E 179
LIGHT housekeeping, 2566 Douglas.
FOR RENT, t rooms furnished or unfur
nished at 810 South 27th St. E 531 24
LARGE front room, with board. lOni Park
ave. . fc, "i 2h
FIRXISIIEI) ROOMS AND BOARD.
Uerriam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 85.
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. F i36
212 So. 25th
CAPITOL hotel, 18th and Capitol ave., one
block from P. O. ; superior table, elegant
location: IL25 per day; special rates by
the week. . F-tSl S30
FOR RENT, furnished room with board
for man and wife. Everything modern;
charges moderate. Inquire 1518 Mudlxon
avenue. F 430 23
FOR RENT I KFI RNISHEB ROOMS.
DESK room space, (5 per month; ground
floor room In the Bee building, faouig
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or Janitor service. 11. C. Peters Co.,
rental agents. Bee building G 116
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT The building- formerly occu-
p.ed by 1 he Bee at bib h arnam at. It
hi four stories and a basement which
w as formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. if
Interested apply at enve to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
CORNER 28th and Dodge, cheap.
o w eisnaus Mantel at rue co.
FOR RENT Store in first-class location;
lent reasonable. Applv R. C. Pelere &
Co.. gTound tluor. Bee Bldg. 1 M
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
C( untv to solicit suDScnptiona to Ills
TWENTIETH CtXXl'KY FARM EiC
Steady employment, with assured good in
come. Agents in the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
mk vsll tjo tu tl'O per month. Ad
areas. Century Farmer bolicltora' Bureau.
Bee building. Omaha. -.21i
AGENTS To sell Royal Pepsin Bitters.
Big tummissloua; easy el.rr; samples
freo lo rcupouMUle . parlies. I. k A,
SiharrT, bt. iuis. J
WANTED TO Bl V.
WHEN traveling over the Mo. Pacific sys
tem tnrough Auburn, don t forget to stop
at Neal s up-to-late restaurant. Deep
waiar hah; best meals in the iUe lor
W M. Neal, prop.. Auburn. Neb.
W.ANTEI. to rxiy, (-room modern bouse.
ce.nNvnient to- nu. omuna car line, noria
part of city. Aduress K 59, Bee.
FOR SALE HORSES. WAGONS, ETC.
GOOD family horse. LilS
P fcl O-
FOR SALE, a rubber tired, two-seated.
new painted open carriage: orig'.nal
cost t-J. for sale at $15o. also small roan
ony. per'ect y sound and gentie. for
riding or driving, at (5o lniu4re at stable
of A. D. Brandrla, bSb S. J.th at.
wagons- See bra
worth Tel. D47.
3ff HEAD good average grade cattle; write
i i'i ilurs.
Lurket, 154". P.arl
p.iir.ts and repairs
14ib and Leaven-
FOH flAI.K HORftEsV, W A44NS, ETC.
ISO THoTTKR, Ma k mare, t year old.
har.d hiph. aound. kind pnd fearle;
smi'lif tl",i. filter to a l:l 1-year-old
tri'tt-r. O. o. J:ob, Marian, la
WHITE eawdunt; sf&ann checked oak tltc
bers, cheap; 1hv tence, etc. M LHiuglna.
FOil SALE, phor.oa-r-ii hs; superior to any
otr.er musical Instrument, o up. 'In
Witt mar. Co., 1621 Farnnm. y 2u6
INDIAN good! and relics. 1119
.D1IAND safe cheap.
Derlght, 111 Farnam.
VV STYLES trusses, catalogue free, fiber
man & McConiiell Drug Co., 18ih and
Dudge. Oma'ia. Q iu7
VIM pjneture-proof tires. M.96 and 17.09 per
pair. Omaha Piccle Co., 16th ard Cnl
cago 8ts. Q ilu
EDISON phononraphs, 110, 20 and 30;
moulded recoros, ac each or 15 per do ;
new wheei. ll.i up; Mhar.d, i up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., luth and Chicago Sts.
L. M. E. always hurry.
Tel. 790 Q M211
flxtjres sea Sam'l Burns.
W-43 O lo
FOR SALE, a
pair of Imported Mexican
Address K i, Beev ,
CHOICE milch cows. 6 Shetlsnd ponies. 3.
T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone B ack
1123. (J 213 013
SELI-ING out bicycles at greatly reduced
prices. New wheels. 115 up. Edison
phonographs. $1". i20 and $i. Omaha '
Bicyciu Co. corner lbth & Chlrtgo sts.
FOR SAIE, open carriage, hand made, on'y
$5: Rorkaway, In excellent condition. Just
painted, $2-'o. Address 511, Brown' block.
(J M371 27 .
FIVE per cent roM bonds, running la
years, gilt ede; $1.(.) denomination,
coupon, K. 16. Bee. y 448 28
Columbia phonographs : agxnti
write. Fredrickson, 15 Cap. av.
APPLES I have LCW bushels of choice
winter apples. I want to sell them as
they hang. 8. N. Anderson, Tecumseh,
Neb. Q 26
CATTLE Have chance to keep 1,000 head
for winter, good range, water, shelter.
hay, corn fodder, 7 miles from U. P., K
miles from B. & m, jn Custer Co.. N
braska. Address F. L. Haycock. Calla
way. Neb. H M9J 2a
ILA1K1 O VASTS.
;R3. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614
genuine palmist, 311 8. 15. i
MME. SMITH, baths.
IIS N. 15, 2d floor, R 1
MME. AMES, vapor baths,
124 N. 15. R. 7.
T 276 O 15
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th.
PRIVATE hospital before and durln- con-
hnement; rabies ttoaraed ana aaopteu.
Mrs. Oarucis. ..n Laae. lei. rea iom.
V1AVA. woman's way to
treatment. Booklet tree.
346 Bee Blclg.,
SEND 25e for complete lesson In deep
breathing exercise. Sum J. Fox. 1404 Far
nam. U 9u2 O 10
PRIVATE hospital before and during con-
nnemer.t: nri-t-ciass in every rmpect;
babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller, 2504
Blondo street. Phune F 1142. U 211 Oil
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, !d flopr.R.J,
U 2 017
DR. B. M. JACKSON has removed to 1506
Farnam St.. 2d floor. L M295
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co.. 1622 Doug
las. U 211 .
TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messengers.
ELITE PARLORS, (It S. IStI St.. 2d floor.
U MS82 09
SHAMPOOING and halrdresslnn. 25c. in
connection with The Bathery, 226-i.'0 Ree
building. Tel. 171B. U 218
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Gerlsch. 4c N. 15ih St.. Omaha.
OMAHA Dye Works, 1515 Howard, the
fashionable eleancrj of ladles' and gentle
men s dresses and suits, lace curtains.
draperies. U l 03
$30 RUPTURED CURED FOR $30 No
knife, no Pain, no detention from bust.
nesa. Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE
RUPTURE CURE CO., 93i N. Y. Ufe
Bldg.. Omaha. V 221
HAIRDRESSINO. manicuring and chirop
ody, fur ladles only, in connection with
The Bathery. 216-220 Bee Bldg. U 222
CHIROPODY a specialty, in connection
with The Bathery, reoms 216-220 Bee Bldg.
TeU 1716. . U Zl
YOU cannot tell what within a man may
hlue, though he an angel be on the out
However. If he smokes
you can rely on his good Judgment.
" L-Uad 27
Will be paid any person locating and tele-
grapMng tne whereabouts of my son, who
was lnauced from home by a tramp on
Auff "tl i.uvt a4n in lotinell RlnSPa la
Aug. 27 in company with iwo boys. Talked
of going tu Mir.den, la.; Dakota, and
Seattle, W'sth. Will be found around
some public works or around some tele
graph oftite, as he la well advanced In
telegraphy. Deacrtptlon: Name, Charlie;
age, 15; blue eyes, small scar on upper
hp, snort uarx cair: wore brown duck
coat, time overalls. No. shoes. G. E.
Brlnegar. Thayer, Ia 1 622 25'
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4S PER CENT on business property.
per cent on residence property.
Op none (o
w hole or part any time.
401 b. 15th st.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. itreuuancve Co.. a. isth.
44 TO 5 P. C. money.
Bemla. Paxton B k.
FARM and city .oana. low ratea. W. H.
Thomas. First Nil. Bank Bldg. Tel. ISa.
( PER CENT
WANTED, city loana and warrants. W.
farnam bmltn at CO.. 1-J0 arnam at.
- W 22a
PRIVATE money. V. D. Wead, 1524 Douglaa.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants R. C. Pelers ex Co., l.wl
Farnam bl. Wee tidg. w-
$108 CP; low rate. Pilchard.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding housee, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 ofrcea in pnn
c.pai cities. Tolman, 44u bord of Trade
dug. A Ji
Chattel and Salary Loans,
l hot.MX CREDIT CO ,
Buocraaur lo J. vV. Taylo-s.
74a 4-3 Paxton Block
MONEY leaned on pianos
eir. Dorses, cow a, tic.
C. F. Mce4, 31 S A
MOKt TU LUA-illlTTEM,
CET IN THE SWIM
IF NOT. WHY NOT?
If It Is becauw vou are short of ready
cash e still relieve you on thm score.
We still loan you money without any
pitrllcliy whatever. W make loans on
salary. Your employer or triends net-d
know nothing of the transaction
t. !" i ni.Mt l! C'ONr il'r.MIAL
H HMII'KK and 1'IANti loans for ih.'e
who prefer to borrow In this way. See
ua In our private office.
rniL.lAr.uE CrtrjDlT CO,
Room a. Third Flopr, Paxton Block
WHEN you find it necessary to
give us a trial, after w&lch e
air treatment, attempt to re
tain your I
p, on lui-
patronage. We loan irom 1W up,
niture, pianos, live stock, .'ic.
make loana to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest lh advance, we charge
nothing for making or r.ung papers and
our service la u,uick and coniidcnlial. We
always try to please our patrons.
OMAHA MORTUAOE LOAN CO..
11 'J Hoard of Trade lilda. Tel. 23j.
(Established 1892.) i 8u. 16th St.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates,
lit Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Loan
Co., euc. to Dun ureen, Barker block.
BlalES9 HAsH KS.
TO GET in or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, Mccague Dunuing.
WHEN you warn to buy, pell or exchange
your nusine s or property quica, see J.
H. Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. Y M243
FOR 8 A LB, a fine stock and grain farm of
4"i acres 4 i miles from good town with
two railroads In Linn county. Missouri.,
In the heart cf rich corn belt, 2iv acres
under plw, SO acres timothy, balance
"beavv blue grass pasture with cre k
through it; soil is very rich, place having
been used I r feeding farm for years: ail
smooth land and could all be cropped If
desired: small but good house, barn and
sheds for i-0 head of cattle. Considering
location and quality of land, this place
Is cheap at Ki.bo per acre. Address E.
Turney, Fairfield. Ia. Y 3a0 25
FOR SALE, one of the best steam laundry
propositions in west; win be sold at a
great bargain on acconnt of owner s ill
neaitn. o .-ven a Real estate Axency.
South Omaha. , Y 376 26
l-room modern house, large barn, full let
hair-block east 24th street motor line on
Grant St.. $1,000 cash, balance easy; mtiFt
be sold quick. J. ti. .jonnson, sts . Y.
IJfe. . Y-M5C4
For a profitable proposition, monthly In
come p.o, elegantly equipped rooming and
oosrotng house, patrons the nest, nnest
location In city, larga capacity. J. H.
Johnson. N. Y. Life. , Y-MMr,
i .X .
BAKERY for sale cheap, In a county
seat town; for further particulars ad-
drees box 111. Wahoo. Neb. Y 524 2
FOR EXCHANGE, house and lot. which
has use of several lots adjoining free, to
trade for small farm not far out. Will
pay bash difference. . J. H. Sherwood,
937 N. Y. IJfe ' Z 561
FOR S.AI.FJ HE AL ESTATE.
f - -
. FARM BRJJAI?.
1,200 acres in. Logan valley,
near .Wayne, NetjiV gently Tblling,
good rich soil; evewy foot can
be. cultivated, 'oiir ttsi Of
Improvements for tenants, with
stables, cribs and" grainerles.
Can divide Into quarter and
half section; Hs d (56 per acre.
This land has never been
offered for sale before; owner
Is old and wants to put hla
. money Into bonds.
HARRISON & MORTON.
11 Tv. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 314.
A good 7-room house near High school,
cn,y $2,300. J nn w. iuii, jr., oj let ai
bank. HE 410 U
FOR SALE. 31 acres fruit and garden
land, eight-room oouse. goou Dam, ap
ples, cherries, plum, eight acres In tim
ber, two miles from car line. Address
loS 8. First, Council til una, ia.
EASTERN Kansas land, price $10 to $30.
Address u. it- ruuer. xaiee center. Kan
saa. RE M104 S23
RANCH and farm lands lor sale by the
Union racinc naiiroaa, company, a. a.
McAUester. land commlioner. Union Pa
cini) Headquarters, Omaha. Neb.
HOUSES and lota In all parte of city; also
icre property ana rarm tanas, i ne o. r .
Davis Co.. Room fc'j Bee Uulkllng.
HOUSES, lota, farms, ranchat, loans; also
bra Insurance, oenue,. riiiun diocjl.
FOR RENT. 8-room
3314 Francis EC
PUEBLO No better Investment today
than good conservative and Judicious In
vestment in Pueblo realty. Orln 8. Mer
rill. Baxter block, opposite P. O . Pueblo,
Colo. RE M126 S25
KEIJJKY'fi. wall peper, 17th and Douglas.
Phone 1608. RE 916
8EE PAYNE. BOSTWICK Co. for choice
bargains. 601 M. X. Late Uldg. Tel. 1016.
UII I 1AWCDN! CHARLES E
vi lutinnwun Farnam atreet
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stocxralsers about It. The
best way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly goes to (5.000
bomea of farmers and atockraiaers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The coat of an ad la small
I cents per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
OWING to change of occupation, ownrr
Jeslree to sell his Place at once and win
tell at a bargain; If taken before Septem
ber hit (-room houee. newly painted and
repaired, gas. fruit, cnicaen house, etc
lot 50x124; don't answer this unless you
mean business. Price. $l,5uu. Address
J 4. Bee. RE-XT
TWO well built l-room houses, desirable
location. Apply 1411 Mnton St.
WHY PAY RENT? OWN TOI'R HOME
See the Industrial Home Co. of America
Pest plan on earth! Office, Tri Bd. of
Time's tela.. Omaha. U. M Wilde, mar.
FOR !tlHKtl, F.aTATK..
FOR PALE, well Improved 4of-acre farm,
7 miles from Harutiaton, Neb.; price. o
per ai re. W ill take from 2." to .' In
merchandise. Address I'. O. Box l, Hart
lr.gton. Neb. RE 612 26
"Bin PROFITS IN RICE FARMINO."
We have excursions to the RICE LANDS
of f W. loulslana snd Texaa every
month. Write for dates. Clements A
Taylor, Immigration Agents, Lyons. Net,.
FOR SALE, cottage In Hanscom Place. I
rooms furnace, bath gas. paved street,
near car; lot 4oxl5": rent. :6.'J p.T month.
,tlu water tax. Price, H.0; can be pur
chased In payments. Addrrss J 9. Bee.
GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern
house, part rash, bal long time. J. II.
Sherwood. W7 N. Y. Life. Phone 3SS.
FOR 6ALE, 7-room modern house, nearly
new, f ill lot, nenr Ames ave and 24th.
Price, 12.00"; pnrt cash, balance long
J. II. SHERWOOD, 37 N. T. Life.
Sl'Bl'RBAN real ?stat for sale, tracts of
6 acres, a acres. 6 acres, a acres. 6 acres
or mote, $15" per aire: rich fruit and
truck land Pound to Increase in value
Starrs place, southwest of city, west of
South Omaha, 51st and C streets, adjoin
ing Bonnel i & Fayette park. J. A. Starr,
617 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
SHORTIIAM) AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W.. Bjs. Branches,
leleg. Cat. trie. um. cull., iiio ec uoug.
A. C. VAN BANT 8 school. 717 N.
court reporter principal,
NEB. Business tt Shorthand College, Bovd k
Theater. I i
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist In diseases of women in Omona,
would call the attention of suffering
ladies to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement and his
treatment for trregularitles. no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp,
Dr. Prlea, Arlington Block, 1513 Dodge,
LAMBERT TYPEWRITER Price. I. Is
fast, efficient, durable; easiest to learn,
use and care tor. Sent on approval. Mon
roe & Co., 811 No. 1Mb St., Omaha.
BUY A LAMPERT TYPEWRITER now for
2o; will be $25 after Oct. 1. Monroe & Co.,
811 No. irth Bt , Omaha.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen. Prop.. 102 8. 10th St.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 515. N. x. Lite Hldg. lei. ltax.
GRACE licuiAN, 3S Bee building.
CHAMBERS. 17th and Douglas: now open
tor reception cf pupils; lormal opening
September 24. Phone FlTTs (circulars).
MORAND'S Dancinc School. 15th and Har-
nev. Children beelnners, Wednesday, 4:15
p. m.. and Saturday, 10 a. m.; 20 lessons,
Hft: season. October to May. 120. advance;
12 lessons. $6; season. 112; adults, Tuesday
and Friday. 8 D. m.: 12 lessons, ladles, xo;
gentlemen, $6. High school claaa meets In
ilvrt e hall, season October to May. 110.
Assemblies every Wednesday. Phone ltd
SC HOOL OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Twelve free
and twelve partially free scholarships for
one year, commencing October 15th; com
petitive examinations for these scholar
shins October 14. Applicants will be ex
amined by the faculty. For particulars
and prospectus apply F. H. Wright, 31s
Kamge bldg. 619 O10
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. TeL 125.
Send lor price list, cut flowers and plants.
Derlght s, 111
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Linotype Composition. 611 So. 13th.
PRIVATE :essona In bookkeeping, etc.;
night class. Mona., ., rn. u. .
Rbtbbun, room lo, com 1 Natl bank.
CM. Van Stor. Co., 1511H Farm Tela. 1359-881
FOR RENT, first-class storage for house
hold goods or merchandise. Apply to H.
J. W indsor 151a Dodge St., or to li. E.
Eaaton, the Dunsany Hats, loth and
Pierce Sts M 167
GRAND Electric Co., 14 ft Jackson.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ai l. kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. i. ucniiiree.
2oth and Lake streets. Jv
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. Phone 1717.
5o4 8. 16th.
U M. E. haula trunks. Tel. 780.
FOR SALE FIRNITIRK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL
2c20. New and eeuondhana, bought, sold.
exchanged. o 203
DRESSMAKING In families or
Mtsa Sturdy. 25nu Harney.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK. private detec
tive. 517 Karbach block- Tel..
OMAHA 6team Laundry; shirts. Ac; collars.
c; cuffs, 4c. 17 Leavenworth. Tel. A-i:.
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co.. (U North 16th,
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
STILLMAN ic PRICE,
23 V. 8. NT Bk. Bid.
ST ATI A HY FACTORS.
STATUARY and ornamental work.
712 S. 1(
ANT I-Mo NO POLY OARriAGE CO. cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage ani
oeau ati.n.a.a at reauceu prices, oi x.
Tei i77 Jo-
stammering AND STITTERISQ.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Kamge Bldg
TAILOR l 4.
LAI1KS' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe Yousen, 1111 r arnam st
FAGLE Loan Office, reliable, aecomino.lat
Ing; all business confidential 1 1 1 LxniK n.
CUT RATE ralleoad tbketsi eeryhere.
P. H. Fhllbin, 15"0 Farnam. Phone 7S4.
Fl R DRESSING.
O. R. GILBERT CO ,
tanners, 1421 8. 13ih.
SALESM E WANT E l.
8AI.FPMPN. exclusive territory; salary or
commission: satisfnctlon guaranteed. Ap
ply for terms to "B." Western Nursiry
i'o , Lawrence. Kan. 144 017
STOl ES REPI.ATED.
GOLD, silver snd nickel plating.
Plating Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2535.
IDEAL PLEATING CO.. 1510 Howard.
Full Setof Tccth$3.00
Special Free Clinic This Week
Good I nl ll
liKIiJGE WORK DONE 1RLL
$5.00 Gold Crowns $3 00
ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CLINIC
want every man. woman and child In
Omaha to have their mouths examinee,
by the profesnors of this college. All our
work will te aone iree.
Small charges for materials.
We do as we advertise.
Set of Taeth $J SO i (iolil rillln hoc up
Prida-os 2 I silver rulings zm-
JJH (ioH Crnwna . .. 1 0 I Brl.ise Vi urk 12 . SS
i.NION DENTAL (Ol l.El.K
OF PAINLESS DENTISTRY.
1522 DOUGLAS STREET. ROOM 4.
Open Dally; Nights till 9: Sundays, 10 to 4.
(Should be read DAILY by all interested.
as changes may occur at any time.)
foreign mails for the week ending Sep
tember 27, 19U2. will close (PROMPTLY In
all cases at the general postofllce aa fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown below,
parcels post ma lis for Germany close at
i p. m. Monday and Wednesday.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at Foreign Station half nour later than
closing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary .Mans tor Europe and central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
t orcign station).
WEDNESDAY At 6:3o a. m for EUROPE.
per s. e. St. Paul, via Southampton (mail
for Ireland must be directed per s. a.
St. Paul"); at S:J0 a. m. tsupplemcntary
10 a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. Oceanic,
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Columbia, via Plymouth, Cher
bourg and Hamburg (mail for Franco
must be directed "per s. s. Columbia");
at 7 a. m. for FRANCE, 8W1TZER-
1 A'V'TTm IT IT 1" C L A IV TOi" iDTI '"". I
TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE. BRITISH
INDIA and LORENZO MAHQLKZ. per
a. a. La Touralne, via Havre (mail for
other parts of Europe must be directed
"ner s. s. L.& louraine .
BATI-ROAY At T:: a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. s. noueraam (man
muat be directed " per s. s. Rotterdam ;
at R a. m. for t;i.iiiCM airect, per a.
Zeeland imall must be directed "per a. a.
Zeeland"); at M3o a. m. (supplementary
in a ml for EUROPE, per s. s. Lucanla.
via yueenstown; at :i a. m. ior dvuj
LAND direct, per s. s. Anchorla (mail
must be directed "per e. . Anchorla ");
.. in m. for ITALY direct, per s. s.
Lahn (mall must be directed "per a
iDotvTrn MATTER. ETC. This steamer
takes rrinteo aiaiier, cuuiuiriiidi raiei
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class of mall matter for other PHrts of
v.irnn will not ne sent py
soecltillv directed by her.
After the closing ot tne nuppiementary
Transatlantic .ian namm Mi,e.
dltlonal Supplementary Mails are opened
h niers of the American. English.
French and German steamers, and remain
ouen until within Ten Minutes of the
hour of tailing of ateamer,
Maile (or Sontb and Central America,
West ladies. Etc.
tt- env it ar- a v a i e s m for .VAl a -
cl l TMr a. s e-ainTinoei . imnn
n .a . w .. rt Porto Rico must be dl
e.cted "Der s. s. Pat htinder" no regls-
f..a mail forwarded bv this steamer)
at 12 m. for NORTHERN BRAZIL, per
s a Gregory, via Para and Manaos; at
12 m. (supplementary 12.30 p. m ), for
niuiuiu ner a s. Antllla (mail must
be directed" "per s. a. Antllla"); at 12.30
P m. (supplementary 1 p. m.) for Tl KKH
ItSLtAZsU ana l'oiui.iicA.i i 1
. . r-herokee: at 12:3o n. m. (supttle
mentarv 1:30 p, m ) for LEEWARD and
WINDWARD ISLANDS. BRITISH
tn-TCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per 8. s.
Fonts belle imall f.ir Grenada and Trtnl.
dad must be directed "per s. s. Fonta
Tiifnam V A H a m. for CT BA. YLCA
Ti I A M I r.L I1C. 1AHADCO ftllj
CHIAPAS per s. s. Havana imail fur
other part's of Mexico must be directed
r, Havana"): at 11:30 a. m. for
KRAZIU per s. s. Grecian Prince, via
Pemambuco and Santos (mall for North
ern Hraxil must be directed "per s. s.
Grecian Prince "); at 12 m. (supplementary
12.30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS and SAN
TIAGO, per a. s. Yucatan; at 6:30 p. m
for JAMAICA, per Admiral Samp
son, from Poston.
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per s. t.
Valanxas. via lamnico imaii nun oe
directed "per a. a. Matanxas"); at 12:30
p. m. for INAGT'A and HAITI, per s s
Psloma; at 6 30 p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. s. Cambroman, from
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. for BERMUDA.
per s. s. i'reiona; at a. m. ior i-onio
RICO, per a. s. Coa-mo, via San Juan; at
9 am. (supplementarv 9:3o a. m ) for
CURACAO and VENEZUEIjA. per s. s.
Maracalbo (mall for Savanlila and Carta
gena must be directed "per a. s. Mara
calbo"); at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA
MAICA. SAVANILLA. CARTAGENA
and GREYTOWN. lr a. s. Alleghany
(mail for Costa Rica must be directed
"per a. a. Alleghany"): at 10 a. m. for
GRENADA and TRINIDAD, per s. s.
Maracas; at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. a.
Mexico via Havana; at i p. m. for AR
GENTINE. URUGUAY and PARAGUAY,
per a. a. Belgium King.
Malls for Newfoundland by rail to North
Sydney, and thence oy steamer, nose
at this office daily at 6:30 p. m. (con
nectln close here every Monday
Wednesday and Saturday). Mails for
Mluuelon. by rail to Boston, and thence
bv steamer, close at this office dally
I 39 d m. Ma'la for Cuba by rail to Port
Tampa, Fla., and thence by steamer, clots
at this office dally except Thuraday at
5:30 a. m . (the connecting closes aie
made on Mondays. Wednesdays and bat
urdaysi. Malls for Mexico i It y. over
land unless specially addressed for des
natch by neanirr, close at this office
dally except Sunday at l:3o p. m., and
11 3'i p. m ; Sundays at l:u p m and
11:30 p. m. Malls for Costa Rita. Belize,
Puerto Cortex and letter mail for Guate
mala, by rail to New Orleans and thence
by steamer, close at this office daily
except Sunday Bt 1 :30 p. m. and 11:30
p. m.; Sundays at ! : p. m. and ll:3it
p. in (connecting clones here Mondays
at ll:3o p. m. for Bellx-, Puerto Cortes
and letter mall for Guatemala and
Tuesdays at 11.3U p m. for Coata Rl
Registered mall close at 6:00 p. in. plu
Malls for Hawaii. China. Japan and first
nana matter for the 1'hilli ptne islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally
i) p in. up lo September -2 , Inclusive
for desnat'-n per s. s. Doric.
Jails for lite Philippine Islands, via San
Francisco, close here dally at 3o p. m.
rtnTiii i ii k Mitiii:.
up to September 2.".th. lmlule. for dis
patch per I S Transpor..
Mails r r Hawaii. Ma Pan Franclsi-o. cloe
here daily at 6 .V p ru. up to September
2Mb. Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s. Ala
tne.la. Malls f"r china snd Japnn. la Vsncouver
and ictorla. B. C . close here dally st
6i" p. m up lo September ll"h. In
clusive, li r despatch per s. s. Empress of
ln.lia (registered mail must be specially
ail.lr. ssed Merchandise for U. S l'ost il
Axin.y at Shanghai cannot be forwarded
M ins for Hawaii. J.ipan. China and flrsi
clrtss m atter lor the Philippine Islands, vl:i
S.mi Francisco, rloe here dally at tl p
tn u; to October 2d, lnclusl-e. for dis
f 't. h per s. Nippon Mam.
Mails f, r Australia texcept West Australia.
liich is forwarded via Europe!. New
iilaiiTl. Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii, via Sun
Francisco, close here dally at 6 .Jn p. m.
after September 2"th and up to OctoN r
11. Inclusive, or on arrival i,f s I'm
brtii. due lit New York October ilth. fur
dispatch per a s. Sierra.
Mails for Australia lexcept West Australia,
which goes la Europe, and New Zealand,
which g.Mi via n Franclscoi, and Fill
Islands, via Vancouver and Victoria. I'..
C (steclally addressed onlyi. close here
dally at 6 .( p. ni. up to October llth. In -1'l.isive
for dispatch per s. . M ana
Malls for Tahiti and Maniueras Islands,
via Sun Francisco, close here daily at 6 Ji
p m. up to October 2... inclusive, lur
despatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Transpacltlc mails are forwarded to piot
of sailing dally and the schedule cf clos
ing la arranged cn the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland transit.
Heulstered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous
i'ORNF.LIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Postoffiee, New York, N. Y., September 19.
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEOKTA
bles. Headquarters, Department of the
Missouri, office of the Chief Commissary,
Omaha. Neb., September 2oth, 19o2. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'clock a m., central standard
time, October loth, 192. and then opened
publicly, for furnishing and delivery of
such quantities of otatoea and onions ru
may be required by the Subsistence De
partment at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri,
Fort Leavenworth. Kaunas, and Fort Lo
gan H. Roots. Arkansas, during the period
commencing November 1st, 19"2. and end
ing June 3ih, IS '.I. proposals will also be
received and opened by the Commlssarv at
each post mentioned herein, at the same
hour and day, each post Commissary re
ceiving proposals for his own post only.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
proposals. In whole or In part. Blank
proposals and specillcations. showing in
detail the articles and quantities required
and giving full Information as to condi
tion of contract, will lie furnished on ap
plication to aav of the above mentioned
officers. Envelopes should be marked
"Proposals for Fresh Vegetables, to be
opened October Mth, 192, and addressed
to tne undersigned, or commissary at
JKist authorized to receive proposals. W.
i. Bean, Major, Commissary, U. 8 Army.
FORT RILEY. KAN. SEPT. 20. 1902-
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 a. in.. Oct. 2oth. 1902.
for changing the heating of buildings from
central to Individual plants. Information
furnished upon application to this office,
also at offices of Depot Quarterm.-"t era
Chicago, III., St. Louis, Mo., and Omnra.
Neb. Right reserved to accept or ie;ect
any or all bids, or any part thereof. En-
ve ones to be Indorsed "Proposals for
Changing Heating of Buildings," addressed
Captain U. O. creas, y. M.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE
of the Supervising Architect, Washington,
D. ( ., Sept. ao, 19U2. sealed proposals win
be received at this office until i a clock p.
m.. on the ltith day of October, 19ii2, and
then opened, for painting and decorating tu
ll,e U. G. court r.ouse. cittrTr( hott sod
postoffiee at Omaha, Nebraska, In accord
ance with drawing and specliicatlon, copies
of which may be nan at uus omce, or at
the office of the superintendent at Omaha,
Nebraska, at the discretion or trie super
vising architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR,
Supervising Architect. 824-26-29M
IAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION lOTH AND MARCY.
Chicago, Rock Islana at Paclflc.
Chicago Daylight Lim
ited a 6:00 am ( 45 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Express bll loam a 5:05 pm
Des Moines Local a 5:20 pm bll:50 a-n
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:05 pm a 1:25 pra
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited a 6:50 am a 4:55 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
Weat a 1:10 pm a 6:43 pm
Colo., Texas. CaL cV
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm al2:40 rm
Illinois t entral.
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 6:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis it
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 1:05 am
Minneapolis ic gl. t'aul
.b 7:20 am
lulon Pad He.
..a 9:40 am
..a k:5o am
..a 4:25 pm
a 7:i pm
a 1:25 pm
Over, and Limited......
The Fast Mall
'i he Atlantic Exuress.
The Coloraao (special.
a 4:35 pm
a 7:30 am
a 7:10 am a 3 40 am
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromaburg Ex b 4 05 pm
Grand Island Local b 5:30 pm
St. Louis "Canon Ball"
Express a 6:55 pm
Cl L-)uls Lvca1, Council
fluffs a (15 am
b 9:35 pm
a (:20 am
a 10: 30 pm
Chlraajo A Northwestern.
The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 3.40 am
Mall - a 7:'i0 pm
Local Sioux City a 6:10 am
Daylight St. Paul a i:36 am
Daylight Chicago B:tJ am
Local Chicago a 10 . am
Local Carroll a 4:'r pm
Fast Chicago a 4:66 pm
Limited Chicago a :lu pm
a 7:fi am
a 8:3o am
a 3.5j pm
all. 20 pm
a 5:10 pm
a 9:50 cm
a 4:n5 pm
a 9:3o am
a s.l - am
a 2:40 pm
b 9:50 am
Fast St. Paul a; ::opm
Local bioux city D 4:00 pm
Bt. Louie Express a!0:00 am
a 4:25 pm
a 6:15 am
K. C. & St. L. Jcx. aiu.oo pm
Chicago, Milwaukee at St. Panl.
Chicago & Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b 3 40 pm
Chicago i-imiieu t-x... a .w pm i t:w im
Bl RLINGTON STATION 10TH & MASON
Barllngton at Mlssonrl River. ' . '
Wymore. Beatrice and "'ve.
Lincoln a o " am dji:jo .
Nebraska Express a 8 40 am a 7:45 pm
Denver Limited a 4.25 pm a (.45 am
black Hills and rugei
sound ExDress all :10 pm a 1:10 Dm
Fiver a j:w Dm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:10 pra a 1:17 am
Fort crook and naiis-
mouih o zo pm dii:o am
Bellevue 3k Pacific Jet.. .a 7.50 pra a 8:27 am
Believue At Pacific Jet... 1:00 am
Chicago. Barllngton A Malney.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 4:0a pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex.. a 4:0u pm a 7:3d am
Chicago lcai a au am u: tm
(Mi ago Limited a 8.05 pm t 7:t tin
Fast Mali I m
Kansas Ally. St. stoeeph SX innncll
Kansaa City Day Ex. ...a 9 30 am a 1:06 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 5:10 pm all :15 am
Kansas City Night Ex. alO 30 pm a 6:15 am
a Dally, b Defy exoep Sunday,
day only d Dally except Saturday,
WEBSTER DEPOT ISTH A WEBSTER.
St. Poel. Mlaneanolla k
.a t in am
.a 2:00 pm
b b: pin
a l.-a) pm
b 8:4a am
Twin City Passenger..
Sioux City Passenger.
a 1:00 pra
a 1:00 pm
e 1:40 pm
Iiouglas d 100 pm
HaatiiiK. York. David
i 'It tiutterior. Geneva.
Exeier and bewarj b 3.10 pra
b 5:00 pm
bio 25 am
Norfolk. Lincoln and
Fremont 6 7 ) am
Fremont Local c 7.30 am
Nebraska Local. Via
Weeping Water b I 19 pm A10.2J 19
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