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TllK OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1002.
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tar mnralac aad Saada tIKIaa.
Rates, 1 l-3e a ward arat taeertlea,
la a war thereafter. Nethlaa- tekea
for leee tbaa Sfto lor tha Aral laser
tloa. Thftt adverttaeaaeat asset aa
herrd rbrck,' caa Bare aaewer aa!
IrriMl ta a iiabrrrl Utter la rare
af Tha Bee. Anwtri aa addreaaea will
be delivered aa areecatatlea af tha
SITUATION wanted by Al slide trombonist
in conreri or tneater orchestra: will lo
cate in irood city of 4,CM or more, or
travel wnn good concert company. Ad
drees XI. K. Turner, care Western Lyceum
rtureau, isoj Jefferson at., harinm city,
A M SA) II
Hi HTLl.NU deputies wanted; men or I
women; splendid contract. The Garden
ers, 415 Bee Bid-. B 275
WANTED for L7..8. army, aMebodied un
married men between ages of 21 and 35,
citizens of United States, of good char
acter anu temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write Enallsh. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Gflicere,
mm ana uuage bib., ummu, and post-
omce building, Lincoln, Neb. B 31
GOOD mesaengei'se wanted; high aalariea.
A. U. I. (JO., -iU HO. Uttl HI. B M938
WANTED, 2 good hustlers. Open until
p. m. Western Art Co., 1714 Nicholas t.
WANTED a competent land man to secure
purcnasers ior agricultural lamia; state nt-
ness, experience and give rererenceti. Aa-
dress Way land, box 332, Council Bluffs, la
, B Mjt
WANTED, experienced bag maker: one
who can build and take control of fac
tory. Address, with references, P 48, Bee.
WANTED, blacksmith and two machinists.
also tinsmith accustamed to lneiiln work.
Apply 41 N. Main st. Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED, an office boy by a manufactur
ing company. Address P 64, Bee.
WANTED, man not over 83 years ot age,
with thorough practical experience In
general hardware and tools; fine oppor
tunity as first assistant in a ousinesa ag
gregating $.i0,000 annually; will pay good
salary to start; give complete references
and outline or experience state saiaiy ex
pected and when can atart. Address T. P.
noueria, xi vearoorn ai., cnicago, in.
B M641 15
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
furnish steady practice by free work, in-
atructions, lecturea and demonstrations
by experta. Mora experience In one
month than old method In one year.
Wages and shoo experience Saturday.
Positions waiting graduates, Toola pre
sented, board provided, catalogue mailed
free. Moler Barber College, 13u2 Douglas
St B fllbiO La
WANTED men with rl to Introduce Mon
arch Poultry Mixture; 120.00 weekly and
exuensea: year s contract, weekly pay.
Address, with stamp. Monarch Mfg. Co.,
Box 997, eprlngileid, ill. b-mm 16-
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Monroa ft Co., ill N. isth St.,
TO BELL side line, easy seller, large
profits, sells everywhere; carry sample in
pocgei. Address b Bee, council tiiutis.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED. Bwedlsh or German
general housework; small family; good
wagea. Call at 126 8. 7th St.
WANTED, first-class waist and sklrtmak-
rs; oniy tnose witn expenenae need,, ap
ply. A, BeeoicK, ueaaweoa, a. u.
WANTED, a graduate head nurse at Child
Saving Institute. 18th and Ohio sis.; tha
usual salary win oe paid, -reiepnone iwi.
J M634 la
WANTED, girl for general housework;
lamlly of four; good wagea to right
party. None but thoroughly competent
neip neea appiy. u bo. twin ot.
WANTED, good cook and laundress. 224
N. 18th 8t C M602 15
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, Uth V Dodge.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co. ; office, iBUft n arnam, or leia. iub-iHhi.
HO! !QPC in all parts of city. The O.
I1UUOCO if, jjavla Co., 608 Bee Bldg.
MAUQARD Van A Storage Co. Tel. 1496.
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city limlta
of South Omaha; small house, excellent
place (or teed yard. The Omaha Realty
, company, uui uougiaa ni., upstairs.
HOUSES. Q. G. Wallace, Brown Block,
I-HOOU modern, near High school, $27.60.
t-rouni nouae, Mia ana cnaries, 120.00.
luu. 2518 Cap. Ave. Tel. 673. Kobison.
' D 481
HOUSES and flats. Rlngwalt, Barker block.
7-ROOM modarn house. 2317 Charles. Tele-
phone A-2o D 153
FOR RENT, one t-room house, with gaa,
water anu sewer: jubi oeen piucea in
nrst-ciaas repuii ; in good location. C. M.
Uachinann, 436-37 Paxton block. D 179
FOR RENT. 8-room bouse, lust newly
papered and repaired, all modern except
furnace, 22d St. and Poppleton Ave., (Ik.
Two 9-room houses, 30tb and California Sis..
an moueni, city water ana sewer, tis. t
One 4-room house, Z7tn and Cuming Sfa.,
City water, ,iu.
C. M. BACHMANN.
436-31 Paxton Blk.
7-ROOM house. 2 Bprague.
$741 8. 13TH ST.. 6-roora cottage, city water,
rental $10. NVllllain K. Potter, receiver,
uj urowu DiocK. u Jilior
$4TH AND K 8TB., South Omaha, $ nice I
roora cottages; rental. $16 uer month.
Wllilam K. Potter, receiver, yd Brown
MODERN 7-room bouse, mar park. 1506
80. 38th. D 751
t-ROOM house, excellent condition, city
water, WJ. U8 Btwura BU Be mis. rag-
ton block. D 3o4
WnilQPQJn " P" o the city.
nUUOCO R. C. Petera ft Co., Lee Bl.ig.
FOR RENT A fine located 6-room cottaae.
35J5 H. 11th Bt. $12. Also a good 7-room
bouse. 1623 N. 2M St., $15. The Omaha
Realty Co.. 1301 Douglas St.. upatalrs.
T-R house, good condition, mod. except fur
nace, barn; near 24th ard I.uke; cheap to
rignt party. Bweet at lleadley. lei. M,i
TWO cosy furnished rooms. 2213 Douglaa.
B MTii ao
HOUSES FOR RENT. Bee J. H. Sherwood,
3i r. 1. ie. roust xe.' i ,w u
MODERN 6-room furnished cottage for 4
luontlw; will rent very reasouuble to re
liable party. Auaieaa fill N. 13 n.
MODERN flat, except heat.
4X4 80. 131b,
2A) N. tt.l.
D w J
FOR RBNTwriRNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel. ISth and Farnam.
$1 PER WEKK-43 80. 18 lh Bt one bloek
aouui at court uuuae.
FOR aET-FlRMIIEI ROOMS.
AETNA IJksUSE, European, Uth and Dodge
P.OYAL HWTEL, European, 18th ft Chicago
BTEAM-HEATED rooma, $10 per month.
K M9G2 -
L. M. B. haula trunk. Telephone 70. PERSONAL.
DR. ROT, chiropodist; corns and auperflu-
t ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 So. ous hair removed by electrtcltv. R. 11.
Uth St. E M271 Frenxer block. V 967
FRONT room, modern, $2 per week. 1717 VIAVI. Woman'a Way to Health. Horn
Webster. E 4,"9 1 treatment. Booklet free. 346 Bee BMg.,
Omaha. U 868
CENTRAL,, ateamheated, furnished room.
220 N. 2id St. E 570 RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
- detention from burners. Send for booklet,
THREE nice room, modern. 219 Douglas. etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO.. 832
Tel. 14.); 6 rings. E M726 20 N. T. Life Bldg.. Omaha, a U-970
FOR RENT. south front rooms, single or
enaulte, with board. In good location.
within walking distance ot b.isin'sii cen
ter: terms reaaonable. Apply 24"6 Cass.
Tel. A-2593 E-M700 2"
FURNISHED ROOMS AND UOAHU.
W) South 25th avenue.
FURNISHED room on first floor
on second. 212 8. 26th St.
FOR RKT-SIOIIKI AND OFFICES,
FOR RENT Store In first-cms location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters &
Co , giuunu floor, Bee Bldg. 1 2w
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
piea oy me Bee at uib rarnam est. it na
luur stories anu a basement which was
tunnel iv used as The Bee pres room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
'nterested apply al office to C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room iuu, Bee Duuuing,
CENTRAL,, grocery, drug, meat market.
with lixtures; also one laundry. With
tteam beat and power, lizard, o IS. aa.
OFFICES In the Bee building. $10.00 per
monm up. iieniai price inciuaes neat.
Hani and Janitor service. H. C. Peters
& Co., Rental Agents, Ground tloor, Bee
FOR RENT, building suitable for whole
sale purposes at Vit tarnum, nxw. '.our
stories and nrst-clasa cemented basement.
elevator, nre and tmrgiar proot auit,
o It ice counter and fixtures. For price uiid
particulars inquire C. C Rosewater, secre
tary The Bee Building co. room iuu. Bee
building. i i jo
FOR 8AL.E, complete outfit of furniture
and stove, call at 1Y06 W. S3d at. Phone
L, 2071. I-M6U9
1207 HOWARD ST., 1st. 2d or 3d floor, to-
etner or separately. J. u. vveaa, 1j24
louglaa Bt. 1 WJ in
ELEOANTLY modern, hot water heat,
suite of two rooms In new brick bullatng,
ground floor; good location for business
omces. call at 1616 WebBter bt.
WANTED canvassing agents In every
county to solicit suoscripuons to this
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good in
come. Agents in tne country witu horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily o0 to liuo per montn. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha, iii
1,000 AGENTS wanted to aell desirable old
line insurance for tne largext company
In the worlu of its age; no special con
tract fakirs or leg pullers need apply.
Wa sell the best contract ever written;
good territory and commissions given to
gcod, reliable men. Call on or write to
George J. Crane, Superintendent Western
Department. 319 First Nat l Bank Bldg..
Omaha, Neb. J M123 a
WANTED TO BUY.
HAVE 2 nonresident clients who will buy
Omaha realty lor investment at low caeh
prices; owners only; see us. Dougias
County Realty Co., first floor N. Y. Life.
n aiivi n
WE WANT or 7-room house, good re
:. pair, well located, north vide, to cost, not
over ij.ouu. itoom a, is. x. iire.
HAVE customer for 2 lots., west Farnam
district. If sold low for cah.
Douglas County Realty Co.,
First floor N. Y. Life.
N M797 17
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2u20. New and secondhand, nougnt, sold.
exchanged. o (
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
NEW and secondhand vehicles for sale
cheap. 11. Frost. 14th and Leavenworth.
GOOD family horse, 1318 Farnam.
FOR BALE, 6-year-old horse, weighs 1,200
pounds; perfectly gentle lor lady or ciilid
to drive: also new buggy and harness.
Will sell ail or any part of the rig at
your own price, can at 1424 n. r.'tn ttt.
P M737 16
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FENCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, combination ladder. 901 Douglas.
' 1 NEW and 2dhand typewriter.
FOR SALE, phonographs, superior to any
oiner musical instrument. 10 up. The
Wlttmann Co.. li21 Farnam. Q 600
INDIAN goods and re Ilea.
DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 111 Farnam.
FOR SALE, good letter copypreaa and
stand, lu nrat-claas condition, $.5u. In
quire Bee business ofllce. (J M566
PIANO for sale or trade; want horse and
uuggy. u a. nee. y M469 17
76 LADIES' and gents' watches. 150 dia
monds, lert In pawn, good as new, selling
at half price. Diamond Loan Office, I4ul
Uouglas. . , U MTtil 25
CHRI8TMAS perfumes. Write for catalog,
Sberman & McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha.
y Mail 28
BECOND-HAND billiard and pool tables
billiard tables repaired; a large stock o
cheap -bar fixtures, cigar counter, etc.
The Brunswlck-Balke-Cullender Co., 407-9
8. 10 th. y M791 J 7
BUY or sell pool table.
Kern. S21 8. 12th,
y 499 18
You try before you buy one of Fletcher'
uon-explonlve gasoline .lamps; one week s
trial tree. Louis Flescher, 16S1 Capitol
ave. y M619-35
FREE FOR XMAS-Gold-edged glass bottle
of choice wine, corkscrew with every
order of Prlio Whiskey, price $3.10 gal
lon; charges prepaid. aleyer Klein
Wholesale Liquor Dealer, 623 No. Pith
Omaha. y M261
FOR SALE First mortgage not bearing
six per cent interest, payaDi every six
months, hus about 2t years to run; good
security ana enaorsea oy reaponsitiii
party; amount, $1.8u). Inquire C. M.
Bachmann, Room 424, Paz ton Block,
TWO good double alelgha, $45 and $66; newl
painted; Kockawaya, depot wagons,
Biougnams. uruiiiniona carriage to,
18th and Harney Sts. - Q M715 JanlJ
SELL Bitter aa side line on commission
One article, well advertised. zro8 umlng
y m , ,1 ju
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass street.
MME. GTLMER, gtnulua palmist, 315 S. 15.
MME. SMITH, bath. 11$ N. 16, Id floor. R. t,
MISS DUVAL, manicuring.
3d floor. ,
MME. AES. vapor bath. U4 N. 15th. R
GRACE O'BRTAN of Kentucky.
"20 s. nth.
Miss Iverlng, massage baths, 501 N. 13th 8t
MMK. LAl'NDERS, magnetic treatment
Iavenworth. 1ft flat. M.".9 !
GRAMOPHONES and Rupplles. wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
DR. B. M. JACKSON, specialist in chronic
diseases. laup Farnam St. Consiiltntlon
ELITE PARLORS, 615 8. 16th St.. 2d floor.
TELEPHONE 780 for U M. E. messengers.
BOCIALI8T headquarters, 61 N. 16th St.
Literature of all klnda, treating on all
subjects. U 262 Janl
PRICES are better..
Froduct can be sold.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; babies boarded and adopted,
Mrs. Oardels, 2234 Lake. Tel. Red-IHM.
PRIVATE hospital for ladles before and
during conllnemtnt; babies adopted. 270)
S. 18th st. Mrs. Flutter. Tel. F-3213
U M238 J2
ECZEMA SALVE that cured W. A. Paxton.
B. J. Scannell, agent. 60! Ware block.
U M336 J5
ANY CASE of dandruff or falling of halt
cured for $1; 80 years' experience; this
Is no fake, but absolute cure; If not
cured will refund money; can also give
many testimonials; ladles can call or
address, except Saturday. T. J. Clark,
2419 N. 2Hh St., Omaha, Neb. U M644
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladies before and
during confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Gerlech,
3625 California Bt. U-M088 16
WHY NOT get a as or gasoline lamp for
an X mas present? It Is Just the thing
you need. Prices from $2.50 up. Welsbach
mantels, burners and caps. Louis Flrsch
er, 1622 Capitol eve. U M620 25
A PLAY GROUND for grown people. Dee.
' Whnt To Eat Newsdealers, vie, or
Pierce Tub. Co., Chicago. U M mw-16
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
44 PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MK1KLE, 401 8. 15TH ST.
MONBY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate. Brennan-jxve to., jus bo. utn.
W i) 75
WANTED, city and farm loana; also bonds
and warranta. it. J. l eiers ei i;o., nu
Farnam St.. Bee Bldg. W 9&1
TO 6 P. C. money. Bemts,
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1- lrst Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 164.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. w i
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam femiin & Co.. 1320 Farnam street.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1524 Douglas.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
"WE WILL BE VERY BUSY"
NEAR XMAS. DON'T WAIT.
OUR MONEY IS GOING FAST.
We clvo all .he lime you ask to repay
on easy weekw or monthly payments.
1K1 U a KJPi
Goods remain In your undisturbed posses'
slon. Discount if paid before due. Open
evenings to 8 o clock until Amas.
RRI.IAHLB CREDIT CO.
GET OFF ELEVATOR AT THIRD FLOOR.
ROOM 3U3, fAAl'UM lOC
n A CVTO GET
CAO I TO PAY
Best exDlalns our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. Or If you have a permanent
position we can make you a
Without security, exceut your own agree
mo lit to repay, our service quica aim
confidential and we alwaya try to please.
All we ask la that you give us a call be'
lore you borrow eUewhere.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established mi.) 3u 8. 16th St.
WE WILL LOAN MONEY CHEAPER
THAN ANY WHO PUBLISH KAlba,
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
SALARY LOANS NO SECURITY
PLAIN NOTE NO MUKiUAUt;
EASIEST PAYMENTS NO INDORSER
LIBERAL TREATMENT. .NO rUBUUlI
Open an account witn
THE OLD RELIABLE
AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY,
Third Floor Paxton Block Third Floor.
Northeast Corner 16th and Farnam St.
Entrance on Sixteenth Street.
WHERE you can get it on FURNITURE,
PIANOS, HOHSES. WAUOWH,
COWS. ETC.: also on SALARIES
WHERE you get It on short notice and
WHERE you pay for only the time money
is lu use.
WHERE you can return It on easy weekly
or mommy payments.
WHERE you get tho lowest rates.
WnbnL can ou do betterT
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam St.
WE IX3AN money on furniture, pianos and
diamond Low rate. Any length or time.
Private OMAHA CHATTEL LOAN
BANK, 1404 Farnam, upstairs. Tel. A -21 13.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
tera, boarding housea, etc., without ae
rurlty: easiest terms: 40 offices In orln
.-I pal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trad
Bldg X 9u
MONEY loaned on plain not to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rate.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Mutton 1:0,
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock,
Jewelry to salaried people. Foley Ixar
Co., 8uo. to Duff Green. 8 Barker block
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, bones, cowa, eto. C. F. Reed, 319 8 13.
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter wnere located: if you desire
uiiick sale send us description and price.
Northwestern Business Agency, D 312,
Bk of Commerce bldg., Minneapolis. Minn
X M129 Oil
Writ us regarding Investments that will
net you from 10 to 18 per cent, and abso
lutely safe. Western Realty and Invest
ment Co., Fremont. Neb. Y 8u5 J 13
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Room 411, McCagje building.
IF YOU want ta get In or out of business
or buy or sell property communicate with
Northwestern Clearing Company, First
National Bauk Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE complete stock of second-hand
furniture; doing a good business; One lo
cation; store can be leased or stock can
be removed; thla can be bought at a bar
gain; reason for selling la baa health. Ad
ores P 4, Bee. X MJt
THE BEST BARGAINS
IN lilt PAPtR
WHEN you wnjit to buy, sell or exchange
r Dusincseur proper
property itulck sue J. 11.
nson. 843 N. T. Life.
rERFUMES, 2.0i kinds. Catalogue: Sher
man at McCor.nell Drug Co., Omaha.
FOR RENT, 60-room hotel In Mlnden, Neb.
Newly painted and repaired throughout,
steam heat. C. A. Robinson, Kearney,
Neb. YUs& 22
FOR SALE, furniture and lease, one of the
Best paying hotels In nortnern Nebraska;
commercial house, In a good railroad
town; price. 13,600. Address P 52, Bee.
Y M616 17
FOR SALE at a great sacrifice If taken
during the next two weeks, 60-barrel flour
mill; all machinery In good running order,
conveniently arranged, 4o-horsepower en
gine and all other necessary machinery;
now operated In a good southwestern
Iowa town In good wheat country; H,6m)
will buy It. Address Cornelius & Brown,
Hastings, Neb. Y M662 15
FOR 8ALE, small milk route, with extra
good cows: seller has other business and
will sell right. Address Box It. Ree
office, South Omaha. Y M709 16
FOR SALE, steam laundry, fine location.
doing prontaoie business, can be greatly
increased: good reasons for selling; price,
$3,300. Address P 61. Bee. Y M721 17'
FOR BALE at a bargain, stock and fixtures
of one of the oldest millinery establish
ments In Omaha; established over twenty
years. Joyce, 1624 Douglas St.
MONEY MAKING STOCKS-J10.000 cloth
ing, 90c on dollar; elegant location.
$7,000, furniture, undertaking; $3,500, drugs;
$3,000, groceries; $1,000, cigar store.
$S,000, department store; $250 barber shop;
storks clear, with established trade; also
Box 225, Nebraska City, Neb,
X M6U8 16-
FOR BALE, good paying music business;
best town In Nebraska, other business.
Address Box 91, York. Neb. Y M6U7 21
GOOD location for a bank; brick building,
fine fixtures, safe and time lock for
$900.00. Address P 69, care Omaha Bee.
Y M691 J13
EXCHANGE: Land and cash for mer
chandise. Good farm for hardware and
Implements; farm for livery. T. M. Cllne,
1238 O St., Lincoln, Neb. SO M560 15
HAVE a good piano to trade for dray
team. Address, p 50,
Z 693 19
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
BEAUTIFUL new 6-room modern cottage,
full lot, on motor line, Bemis park,
rash, $l,2b0 mortgage, balance good, clear
MODERN new 7-room cottage, barn, full
lot, near zutn on Maple tst.; casn ana
clear lot worth 11, uw. Theee are line
houses. If you want a good deal, see
me quick. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life.
RE M785 15
FOR SALE CLOSE IN 8-room one-story
cottage witn lurnace, nam ana gas; 101
66x132; east front, paved street, permanent
walk, barn, price, $4,oo0; small payment
down, balance in payment to suit. J. H.
SHERWOOD, 937 New York Life. 'Phone
IK8. ni RE 761 15
FORTY ACRES In Dawsotj county j can be
irrigated; one mue rrom Lexington; ;,.
Seven acres in town of Florence, Douglas
county, $1,500, and several bargains In
other farming and city properties. Chris
Boyer, 22d and Cuming Bts. Telephone
2l19. RE-M673 17
HARRISON ft MORTON, FARMS.
t. tua UK-
SNAP Strictly modern 8-room home; owner
leaving city. inquire on premises, ium
South SOth. RE 663 19
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
acre property ana larm lanas. in u. r .
Davis Co., Room 652, Bee Bldg RE 994
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacinc Ranroaa company, u. a.
McAUester, land commissioner, Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
W. C. CHIRSELL for BARGAINS in real
estate. 101a jonea tsu rnone iui.
RE M354 15
CHARLES E., 1203
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If vou want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
tho farmcra and stockialsers about It. Tb
beat way to reach them la through
This agricultural weekly goes to
home of farmers and siockruisers.
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among them. The cost of an ad 1 small
2 cents ner word.
THb TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
HOUSE, NORTH PART CITY.
8 room, modern except furnace, corner lot.
barn, desirable location ana property 1 lu
tlrst-cluss repali. Price. $2,6n0.
GEORGE ft COMPANY, 1601 Farnam St.
RE M617 15
DR. PRIES treat uccssfully all dis
eases and lrregularlneb 01 women, from :
any cause; experienced and reliable. 1513 1
Dodge Bt., Arlington Dioen. umans b.
without pain no cutting, tying or burning. )
aii Dioou, Kinney ana uiauaer diseases
cured. A guarantee given in every case
treated by W. C. Maxwell, M. D., 621
p.t-e Bldg., Omaha, Neb., graduate of
Rellevue Hospital Medical College, New
York City. M-728 J 13
UARRTim Ta.liau iifTcrlnlr frnm .rp.vn.
larltlea send 4c to Dr. Parger, Station A,
New York, for "Parker' Periodical Pill,'1
P. MELCHOIR, 13tb
OMAHA Safe aid Iron Wks. make a pe-'
clalty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
sale. G. Andreen, Prop., 103 80. loth Su '
CABINET making, 116 80. 17th, Tel. L-2358.
TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON All
work promptly done, aalUtfactlon guaran-
- teed. A. Monroe, 1607 Davenport tit.
Phone itill. M344 J5
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG 8. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branche.
Teltg. Cat Ire. Om. Com. Col., 17 ft Doug.
A, C. VAN 8 ANT'S school. 717 N. Y. Llf.
BOILES college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Ufe. -louu
NEB Business ft Shorthand College, Boyd s
B.jUKt automobue. Deng at, 1119 Farnam.
ARC ON THE
T AD PACE
LAND TO RENT.
TWENTY acres finest garden land In the
city. Apply at once at Room 842, New
York Life Itldg. 714 1
SHIRTS TO ORDER.
OMAHA SHIRT FACTORY,
ATTEND Morand's school or Wed. assem
blies and learn the latest waits fad of the
eastern cities, the most graceful waits
ever Introduced. Classes for beginners
row forming. Adults, Tues. and Frl. ;
children, Saturday afternoon. Private les
sons. 'Phone 102. 847 J5
COAL AND WOOD.
HALD & RICE, 606 8. 16th St,
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING,
CIOCKS. WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Repairing promptly uone; satisfaction
guaranteed. N. P. Frandsen, 704 N. 16th
st. -M3I5 J5
PHONOGRAPHS AND SUPPLIES.
ALL MAKES talking machines; send for
catalogue. Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and
H. J. COWGILL No fees unless success
ful. 318 8. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798.
PATENTS Sue A Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha,
Neb., and Equitable Bldg.. Washington,
D. C. No fee If we fall, illustrated hand
book free. Only western firm having a
Washington office. Patent sold.
MRS. II. FILLEY, 1S10 N. 24th St.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas blk.
J. E. WALLACE, 606 8. 13th t-
Mra. Grace Deegan, 638 Bee Bldg.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopath.
Suite 615, N. Y. Ufe Bldg. Tel. 1661
WHY pay more? Lambert, $25; superior to
$100 machines. Sent on approval. Monroe
& Co., Rll N. 16th St., Omaha. 6S9
WANTED, chorister for First Presbyterian
church, also bass and tenor Boloists. Ap
ply F. 11. Wright, Ramge Bldg. B 250
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private detective.
017 Karoacn diock. reiepnone A-3833.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vault, removes garbage
and t'.ead animals at reduced prices. 621
N. 16th. Tel. 1779. 106
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
EGGS, 20C PER DOZ.
T. ft E Batterton, grocers, 324 N. Uth St,
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, 8c; collars.
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17x
PlHT IT T Offln. .allakl, , ...
Ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717.
606 8. 16th.
THE DEPOT on time. L, M. E.
11 ALE TIES.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co.. 811 North 16th.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. -
PRIVATE lessons In bookkeeping, etc.
G. R. liathbun. Room 15, Com ! Nat. bank
OMAHA Lightning Rod Co., 1512 Webster
bi.,manulacturer? of and wholesale and re
tail dealers In copper cable lightning rods.
OM. Van 8tor. Co., 16UV4 Farn. Tels. 1559-863.
VANS 'and baggage wagons.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
All kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly auenuea to. J. 1. Uclilitree,
zi'in ana i-jine streets. 3,0
THREE LOAVES home made bread for 10c
al Boston Bakery, 420 North loth street.
277 J 4
! OMAHA Furnltur Repair. W'k., 2301 Far
1 "ra- Tel- iiil- 2it Jahl
I pvtpbupv Ji. t.l'vnni'on 111 a n.u
1 el. LriM. Ml J7
, - " s :
THEO. LIEBEN, 1018 Farnam, costumes.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramgs Bldg.
BUY your Christina presents; selling out
11s noutn iotn. M076 23
$ FACIAL massages. $1.00. 1711 Dodge.
SCHKOEDEF Sign Works. M 8. 17th. W
aisu snip signs, vyrne us. 376 June5
FAMILY washing a specialty. 1J18 N. 24th
at Tel. F13.8,
U. W. I
SHOES mad lor lama folk, i. T. Miller,
ADROIT Hair Bazaar.
1620 Douglaa St.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
OM. PLATING CO.. Bee bldg. Tel. 25.16.
BUIJiS, cut flowers and plants. Hender
ron. Tel. 1258, 1518 Farnam St., Omaha.
HARNESS, saddles, suit cases and valises.
Cornish, 1210 Farnam at. TeL 23t4
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8T1LLMAN aV PRICE. 23 U. & N'l Bk. Bid.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., 1st floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., attorneys and collectors every
NEB. COLLECTION CO., $06 N. Y. Llf.
GIVEN AWAY for almost nothing, second
hand bicycles, until Deo. 7th; these
wheels are put In first-class shape and
a-e just a good a new. Louis Flescher,
1622 Capitol ave. M-621 '25
HATS dyed and blocked, latest style.
Ramser A Kerr. 207 N. 17th. Hats sent by
mall. -M'US JU
INDIAN BASKETRY esslly learned by
anyone; a popular and lucrative pastime;
fell line of supplies and books teaching
work. STEWART'S, 119 N. 16th: send for
samples. M240 Jl
CUT RATE railroad ticket everywhere.
P. H. Phllbln. 1505 Farnam. 'Phone 784.
Cl'T RATES Member Am. Ticket Brokera
Ass'n. W. C. Norria. 14c Farnam. Phone
B 2113. 280 J2
CANDY AND CIGARS.
Al-fO school supplies and laundry office.
Mrs. L. Daffit, 3220 N. 24th at.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner.
1424 8. Uth,
SEEDS AND POULTRY SUPPLIES.
E. H. ULLERY & CO., 1611 Howard t,
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 85
PROPOSAI.8 FOR STEAM HKATINfJ
AND PLUMBING Office of Chief J. M.,
.... a m, 11111., ..uvt-iuutrr ts , iw. oraieu
proposals, In triplicate, will be received at
this office until 11 o'clock a. m., December
9. 1902, and opened then for the steam heat
ing and plumbing In one double barrack at
Fort Meade, S. D. Plana and specifications
may be seen and blank nroooaala with full
Instructions had upon application here, or
to tne quartermaster. Fort Meade, B. ij.
United States reserves right to accept or
reject any or all proposals, or any part
tnereoi. ut-o. is. pond, c. y. M.
CHIF.IT DlTtDTPnuiDTfR'a nrrvinv
Omaha, Neb., December 13, 1902. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received at this
ofllce, until 10 a. m., central standard
time. December 24, 1902, for furnishing
material and labor In construction. In the
shortest possible time, of a temporary
frame stable in Fort Crook, Neb. Full in
formation furnlBhed on annllcatinn tn this
office, ' where plans and specifications may
be seen, or to the Oiiartermustpr. Wnrt
Crook. Proposals to be marked "Proposals
ior aiaoies, ana aaaressed to J NO. W.
roLiunAw, cniei yuartermaster.
On December 19th. 1902. at 11 a. m.. an an.
plication will be made to the State Banking
iiuura ior an extension or tne nond given
uy inn wmana. savings Dana to tne state of
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND ft
Pacific Railroad "The Great
Rock Island Route" City
Ticket Office, 1323 Farnam
street. Telephone 428. Depot.
i priin n tin Maru i
relephono 628. Leave. Arrive."
Chicago Davlttrht f.td n K-nrt am . a.m.
Chicago Duyilght Local.. a 7:00 am a jl.ti im
cnicago express bll:15 am A 6:05 um
Les Moinea Express. ...a 4:30 pm bU:50 am
Chicago Fast Express, a 6:35 pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ..a 6:60 am a 4-60 am
Lincoln, Colorado Bp gs,
xsc-jirvi, ruvuiQ ana
West 1 -in .
Colorado, Oklahoma ft " pm
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
Rallroad-Clty Ticket Of
fice, 140$ Farnam Street
Telephone, , 246. Depot,
Tenth and Marcy Sfa.
' I'TZ "m 6:10 Pm
..a 7:W pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis ft Bt. Paul
Express b 7:35 am bl0:3S pm
Minneapolis ft Bt. Paul v
Umite .. ........;pni a 6:06 am
Fort Dodge Ixjcal from
Council Bluffa b 4:60 pm aI0:OO am
Fort Dodge local from
Council Bluffs a 6:00 am
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday.
MI8SO-rj PACIFIC RAIL.
tt r a" neral Office and
Ticket Omces. Southeast
Corner 14th and Dougla
St. Te .phone 104. jjeot'
Union Station. '
he iff Leave. Ar....
Bt. lxuia and Kansaa
City Express al0:00 am' a 6-25 nm
K. C. St. L. Expre.....al0:60 pm I Jiu
Leave from loin and
Nebraska I .oca I, via
Weep ng Water b 4:10 pm al0:46
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday.
UNION PACIFIC -'"THf
Overland Route "-General Of
flcea. N. R. Corner Ninth end
tarnam Street. City TickJt
Ottice. 1324 Farnam St. Tele
phone 316. Depot, Tenth and
Marcy oia. Telephone 628
Leave. . Arrive
Th Overland Limited. .a 9:4o am a 7 au tin.
The Chicago-Portland '
Special a :40 am a 7:30 i m
The Fast Malt a 8:60 am a 3 25 bm
The Mall and Express.. all :30 am a $ 40 am
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am a 1 40 mJH
Lincoln Beatrice and m
Btromsburg Express. ..b 4:0a pm bl2'36 nm
The Pacific Ex press..,. a 4:26 pm Pm
The Atlantic Express.,.. -
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 9 35 m
a Daily, b Daily except Bumlay. "
aourl River Railroad-"Tn
uuriingign Koute ' Gen
eral Offices, Northwest Cor.
ner Tenth and Farnam
Street. Ticket Office. InOa
J Farnam Street Telephone.
iiA). Bui ling ion Station, lenth and Mason
btreets. Telephon wo. .
Lincoln. Haatlnaa and
McCook a 8:40 am a 7:44 pm
I.tm-oln Denver. Colo
rado. Utah, California.. a 4:25 pm a 8:10 pm
Alliance Express a 4 25 pm a 8:10 pin
Lincoln ft Black Hilla..all:lo pm a 6:4 am
Montana. Puget Bound.. all.10 pm a 4.45 am
1 lncoln Fast Mall b 2:52 pm a 9:17 am
Wymore, Beatrice ana
Lincoln a 1:40 am bll:65 an
Denver. Colorado. Utah
and California. a 1:46 am
Fort Crook,. South Bend,
Louisville plattsm'th.b $ 20 pm bll:06 am
penevue, riattsmouui at
Pacinc Junction a f :60 pm a $:J7 am
tieuevue, 'luttsinouin 4k
pacific Junction a $40 am
' a Daily. k Dally sxteut atuida.
ntlRDRESINO AND MANIC! RING.
16 iiri'i " !
AILWAY TIME CARD.
A yulncy Rnllway "Th
Burlington Houte" Tlckt
Office. l.'"3 rarnam Street.
Telephone 2A0. Depot,
Tenth and Maaon Street.
1 a nsiii
a T 00 am all on pm
Chicago Vestlbulcd Ex.. a 4 0 pin
1 .jd m
Chicago Ijocal r.xprrsa.a .10 am a 4:06 pm
ChU'iiKo Umlted a 8:06 pm
Fast Mall a 2:46 pm
KANSAS CITY, ST. Jo
seph A Council H luffs
Railroad "The IturltnKtoni
Route ' Ticket ttllce, l'J
Farnam Street. Telephone
50. Depot, Tenth and
Mason Streets. Telephone
I 'J Hi I
Kansas City Dav Ft. ..a i ia . m .
KsnsRS City Night Ex..alo:3o Pm a tilo am
st. iui8 Flyer, for t.
Joseph and St Louis. .a 6:10 pm all:06 am
FREMONT. ELKHOriN ft
Missouri Valley Railroad
Line " General omes,
I nlted States National
Bank Building, 8. W.
Corner Twpirth .. t?.
nam Sts. Ticket Oitlr, 11,11 t.-.run, .
Telephone 661. Depot, Uth and Webster
Sis. Telephone 1458.
Black Hills, Deadwood,'
Lead. Hot Springs. ...a 1:00 pm a 8:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and r
Douglas d 3:00 pm 6:0Opn
Hastings, York, David
City, ttuperlor, Geneva,
Exeter and siewnrH h s.na w caa -
Bonestcel, Niobrara "w p,n
Lincoln arid t remont .b 7:30 am bl0:26 am
Lincoln Wahoo and
Fremont h t an mm Km. or.
Fremont Loch I c 7:30 am
a Dally. B Dally except Sunday, e Sun
day only. d Daily except Saturday.
Dally except Monday.
CHICAGO ft NORTH,
western Railway "Th
City Ticket Ofllce. HOI
Farnam St Telephone
661. Depot. Tenth and
Marcy Streets. Tele-
. . . Leave.
rast umnnn-i'mrnirn. . .a k-iki n.
Local Carroll-Omnlm...n 4:(K1 nm
Local Chlcsgo-Omaha..al0:55 am
Fast Omaha-Chicago. ..a 4:55 bm
a v am
a 5:10 pm
a 4:i.i pm
tast Omaha-Chicago. ..a 8:40 am a 7:00 am
Omaha-Chicago Lmtd..a 8:10 pm a ':20 am
jvinii H h i., tun n...
Daylight St. Paul a 7:36 am al0:26 pm
Fast Mail . .
Cedar Rapids Passenger a 5:10 pm
ixicai mux city b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am
kca' ,?loui t 'Jf a 6:10 am a 3:50 pn
a Dally, b Dally except bunday.
CHICAGO. 8T. PAUU
Minneapolis ft Omaha
Railway "The North
Office. Nebraska Dlvl
slon, 15th and Webster
,,M . city Ticket Office,
1401 Farnare Bt. Telephone 661. DepoL
16th and Webster Sts. Telephone 1458.
1av.. A ..
Twin City Passenger... 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 2:00 pm all:lo am
Oakland Locl b 6:45 pm b 6:45 am
Mjuy. a uuiiy except eunday.
WABASH RAILROAD Tic
ket Ofllce, 1601 Farnam
Street. Telephone 822. De
pot, Tenth and Marcy St.
Express a 6:56 Dm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council. Bluffs) a 9:16 am 10 :30pm
ft St Paul Railway City
Ticket OOlce, 1504 Farnam
St. Telephone 284. Depot,
Tenth and Mason Street.
Telephone 628. ,
rhlracn A Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b $:40 nm
Chicago Limited Ex. ...a 6:00 um a 7:50 am
a Dally, b Dally except Bunday.
PENSIONS FOR WESTERNERS
Survivor of the War Generonaly
Remembered by the General v'
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (Spectai.) Th ".
following pension have been granted:
Issue of November 22, 1902:
Nebraska: Originals William L. Miller,
Tobias, $8; James Leslie, Ayr, $6. Increase,
reissues, etc. Joseph C. Youtiy, Falls City,
$17. Widows, minors and dependent rela
tives Anna M. Springer, Fremont, $Sj
Adeline R. Fare. Omaha, $8; Caroline F.
Hislop. Litchfield, $13.
Iowa: Originals Joseph M. Evana, Max
well, $6. Increase, reissue, etc. James B.
Frame, Osceola, $17; James Flndley, Sold
iers' Home, Marshalltown, $10; John El
liott, Mark, $14: Jacob E. Huffman, Bloux
City, $12; Abraham C. Furney. Osceola, $14;
lwia L. Goole, Cromwell, $12; Thoma
Clark Noon, Sumner, $10; Jmea MoKee,
Avon, $17; Henry Wagner, Legrand, $8.
Widow, minors and dependent relatives
Minor of Levi Gallanar, Council Bluffs, $10;
Lydla E. Patterson, Morrison, $8; Cora It.
Fracker, Iowa City, $8.
South Dakota: Original George 8. Bur.
ton. Academy. $6; William Y. yulgley, Par
ker, $6. Increase, reissue, etc. Adalbert 8.
Frlnk, Fiandreau, $12. Widows, minor and
dependent relative Margaret lioople,
Issue of November 24, 1902:
Nebraska: Originals Patrick J. White.
Omaha, $8 (war with Spain). Increase, .
reissue, etc. Alfred Canfleld, Tecumseh,
$10; George Miller, Gresham. $8; James
I'lckard. Omaha, $lo; Lemuel F. crow.
Omaha, $10; George W. Frey, dead, Mc
Cook, (12. Widows, minors and dependent
relatives Minors of George W. Frey, Mo
Iowa:- Original DIederlch Regennitter.
Davenport, $10; Ross R. Moore, Vlllsca. $s
(war witn bpainj. increase reissue, etc.
John M. Runyan, Geneva, $10; George W.
Mendenhall, Soldier' Home, Marshalltown,
$12; lander Booth, Clearfield. $17: Wil
liam T. McMakan, Mlddletown, $12; Samuel
B. Shadle, Sioux City, $10; Eugene C.
Pease, Des Moines, $8; Stephen Utley, Mar
shalltown, $12; Abraham Palmer, Iowa
Falls. $; John J. Breedy. Marshalltown.
$10; Ellsha Crawford, Orchard, $12 (Mexi
can war). Widows, minora and dependent
relatives Mahala Tlncher, Bt Charles, $8;
Anna E. Tuttie, Stuart, $&
South Dakota: Increase, reissue, etc.
Hugh A. McDonald, Hot Springs, $14.
Issue of November 3d. iw:
Nebraska: Increase, reissue, etc. Samuel
Sample, Beatrice, ' $10; James M. Roberts,
Brunnlng, $10; Augustus it. f rost, Daykin.
$8; John D. Hunter, Dorchester, $10; Jona
than E. Hawley, dead. Arcadia, $12; Ches
ter B. Powers, llolsteln. 1Z. widows, mi
nors and dependent relative Norah Wen-
ner, Keneeaw, $8.
Iowa: original KODert j. Tnompso.
CnAu Raniitu tA- (lfr,r a llArnr III vVtl.
Park, $6. Increase, reissue, etc. Guy Farns-
worth, Denver, $; Henry Moore, Osceola,
$10; John McDonough, New Bharon, $f;
Dabna L. Eldson, t remont 88; cnaries a.
Ross. Onawa. $8; Henry J. Dowilng. Nich
ols, $6. Widows, minora and dependent rel
ative Roaanna Reynolds. Viola Center.
$12; Margaret Ward, Creaton, $8; minor ot
John B. Miller, Storm Lake, $10; Susan
Gordon, Ienox, $8.
South Dakota; Increase, reissue, tc
John C. Carr, Custer, $8. Widows, minor
and dependent relative Ann Burmbaugh,
Wyoming: increase, reissue, etc. James
E. Pollock. Jelm. $8.
Issue of November 26, 1902:
Nebraska: Increase, reissue, etc. James
Phillips Cook, Ponca. $10: Lewi A. Ganson,
Lodgepole, $17; Georg W. Babcock, Eric-
son, no; jo tin Btiay, jiastints, ; nooert
D. Roblson, Omaha, $14; John M. Carter,
Waterloo. 18. Widow, minor and depend
ent relative Carrie B. H othower, Papll-
lion, $8; Elizabeth S. Trussler, Plaltsmouth,
$12; Margaret A. Bras. Juniata, $8.
Iewa: Originals John Barnett, Inde
pendence, $6. Increase, reissue, etc. John
Heller, Traer, $; Josiah J. Cltaver, Park
ersburg. $U; Stephen Holland, Leon, $17;
William W. Pettis, Mount Pleasant, $10;
William E. Bradley, Carson, $17; John P.
Boott, Leclalre. $8; Robert M. Qulnn, Green
field. $12; HenVmln F. Shurtleff, Bell
Plain, $10; Hiram Goodsell Bhellrock, $14;
John T. Seely, BatavU, $li. Widows, mi
nors and dependent relatives Ella M.
Camahan, Galesburg. $12: Sarah A. Udy,
Btuart, $12; Grace A. Fishel, Iowa Falls, $8;
Hannah Davla, Hopklnton, $8.
Ikiulh Dakota: Increase, reissue, etc.
William A. Williams, Odessa, $a; Georg N.
Plimpton, Dell Rapid. $12.
Wyoming: Original Georg Hsrtlng, Jr.,
Fort Yellowstone. $6 (war with Spain). In
crease, reissue, to Jamas P. Reeca, Big
Are ftlaaitlr Pvrfevt.
Dr. King's New Llf Pill ar prompt,
safe, gentl and always aatlify or no pay.
Best for atomaca aad liver. $6o. For
sal by Kubn ft Co.
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