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TITfl OMATTA DAILY BEE: MOOT AY. FETIHTTARY 22, 1WU.
Advert lartnrnta for llieae iMiluntna
will be taken until 12 in. for the
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the mornlngf and Sunday- edition.
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le a word Ikrrritlli-r, ntlilnc taken
for less than 'JOo l.r the flrat Inaer
tloa. Thfif advertisements moat he
ran eonaerotlt -l .
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bered eherk, fan hair anairrrt ad
dreaaed to a numliered letter In rare
of The Bee. Answers so nddressed
'will be delivered on presentation of
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NEW TOKK LIFK IILILDING. OMAHA.
Business, (shorthand. Typewriting, Ungllsh.
KAY AND b Willi'.
Apply fur Catalogue.
OMAHA Safe and Iron wonts make, a spe
dally of tire escapes, sliutcers, doors and
safes. U. Andreen, prop., 1UJ ti. 10th at.
K MS60 MayUo
D. M. H A VKIILY JOXI'KKT ACCOUNT
ANT. 212 BLK ULl 11. 'PHONE H4.
f.CW n SILVLK, NICKEL Phulig. Orr..
VJVL.U i-iaiing Co.. 1.Vj Harney, 'iel. 2T,.T5.
CITY SAVINGS HANK pays 4 per rent.
BPECIAL For a llmltod time we will fit
rou with a guaranteed pair of gpertaolen
or fl. Don't miss this chance. L'. 8. op
ticians. 308 N. 16th at. R 739
PFRFIELD Piano Co., Bee Bldg.; Weber.
Storey fc Clark, Ludwlg, Schiller. R 737
EAGLE Loan office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 D"Uglae.
EXPRESBMEN'B Delivery Co.. moving nnd
storage. 114 N. Kith. Tel. 1196. R 739
TRY THE CHICAGO LAl'KDRY.
Jf you don't, we both lose. Good work,
prompt attention. 214 N. 16th. Tel. Vn.
GOLD crowns from 3: fillings from 25c; set
of teeth, ti; teeth extracted free. Union
. Dental Co., 152.' Douglas, room 4. R 744
ANTI-MONOPOLY OARHAGK CO., eleins
cesspools, vaults, removes garbage, dead
animais; reaucea prices. 6.1 r. IB. Tel. 1773.
P. MELCHOIR. machlnlat. 13th & Howard.
PUBLICITY DESIGN8--WHEATON! in
the Res Bids. R 748
Btwlng marhlnea, T5o week.
We repair and aell parts
for every mnchlne manufactured
from 1500 to 110.00.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
Thona 1663. Corner 16th and Harney.
"STRONGEST In the World." The Equita
ble J. ire Assurance society. Its policies
lire sight drafts at maturity. H. D.
Neely, manager, Merchants National
Rank B!dg., Omaha. Neb.
PRINTING ) H,Bh rrad8 work-
I llll I IHU ( Crounse block, corner
LYNG5TAD ( ls,h Bt- and C&J&?-
CIGN painting. B H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
ALL kinds carpenter work, repairing,
Rromptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
ith c.id Lake. R 370
MOVING picture machines, atereoptlcona.
Alms and slides at bargain prices: mall
orders filled. R O. Taylor, 800 8. 10h st.
R M943 Ffflx
E. J. DAVIS, safe mover, heavy hauling.
1119 Farnam. Tel. 36s. R 152 M3
VODICKA tt CO., fine tailorings all kinds
pressing, repairing. Krug theater bldg.
Tel. 8182. R 753
Clothes pressed, altered. Tousen, Paxton
hotel tailor. R 208
TRACINGS; Blue prints A working draw
lngs. fides & Co.. Omaha. 'Phone PliS.
R 237 Apr22x
PER FIELD Piano Co., Bee Bldg; no Inter
est, honest values, easy terms. R 737
ChironnrtvS1 re,lef: t(,rns removed.
v-IUIupuuyDr. Roy. r. 2-3, 1506 Farnam.
..p boiler, no engineer, no danger. Small
floor space. Wltte Gns Engines. Wltte
Iron Works Co.. 629 W. Eth St., Kansas
City, Mo. r
BUSINESS FOR BALB-Oeneral store,
will Invoice about seven thousand, lo
cated In northeastern Nebraska. Sales
average 11,800 per month. New stock, rent
fi iiV, v'""u """' country. Address
D 83, Bee.
If M1S4 20
kOR SALE, clean, up-to-date paying hard
ware! business; Investigate this. Address
Lock Box 206, Alexandria, Neb.
Y M332 26x
1 CA?? .J"'0"'y for cash without local
publicity your real estate, business or
partnership, no matter where located.
Sand me full particulars, price, etc. Ad
dress Chaa. E. Powell. Ill W. Mohawk St..
Buffalo. N. Y. Y MTU Marl
t HOLES ARMSTRONG Co business
chances and exchanges; WTlte us. 72"' New
York Life Bldg. Te 4. Y-7M
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, room 411, McCague building.
WANTED, partner; I want a sooer, aner-
ratlo man with 1250, to manage business
n Omaha; li per week wages and half
Interest In business; permanent situation;
this Is a good business chance; references
required. Address 11. W ELM EKING.
Peoria. 111. Y-M5S7 23x
FOR SALE Plrst-class harness buslnes-i in
Colorado; town of six thousand people
only two shops In town, both doing good
business: stock will Invoice about two
thousand, Ave hundred dollars; no old
floods In stork; reasons for welling, mln
ng Interests to look after. Address D 13,
care Bee. Y MS9I 21 x
TOR SALE, old established hardware and
Implement business eastern Nebr In
voice 110,000, annual sales $.'ViiO: owner
Withes to retire. Address D ?tf, cure Ree
PARTNER for St. Louis exposition w'.lh
auv; mg money. AUdriss D 34, lice.
WANTKD. canvassing audits In rvtrv
i-oiinty to solicit eubscrlptlons to THK
I'WENT.KTII CKNTIKV FARMER,
etmiiy employment with assured good In
voine. Arl.ls It- the country Willi noisa
and bugvy especially desired. Canvassers
muse raauv sou to iuu per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' llurenu,
uuiiuiuii, wmaiiu J -13
WE want 10.000 agents for greatest hous?-
noia seller ever prc.iuce.i ; actually sells
In every h-JUee: luimenue mom youiker f'ir
gnLs; send 10c lor complete sample
and our large illuMrnied i-atslccuc i,f
agents' supplies. Southern Mercantile
vo., avrpi. u Ji, Houston, TfX,
J M440 Ap:8
TWO 3-story buildings to learn, both e
T-,,-mij itAiiei in retru iiismct. not
or irrma. . v. feters At Co., 1702 F
WANTED State mnnaaer to at.l,il.K
only perfect system for manufacturing
Hollow Concrete Hull. ling Blocks- rare
opportunity for comretent party. Ad
dress Huildlng Rlo.-k Mfg. Co.. MS Lum
ber Exchange, Minneapolis. Minn
When You Write
. to .Advertisers
remember It orly takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tho fact that you
UI the ad In The Re.
LAW AMI COLLECTIONS.
8TILI MAN PRICE. 410 1st Nat. bk. bldg.
THE raw Snow-Church Co.. law collec
tions, real estate, attorneys, cul lectors,
brokers everywhere. 1st floor N. Y. I. IN.
TL 133. -TNI
W W. WAPP1CL advVe free. Creishton
Bik. Wc Fax
WA HTKIe- MALE HILP,
OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
1 1 III al.u Dougiaa.
B 1 win III 1 IB iiiiui J a-t . v. j
unique ana interesting, 'leachers extremely
Conn ha. yvuiount oi ousiiiess truuacted
eiioimous. it would pay anyone to spemi
u it 1 1 . . 1 1 I.. , 1 UoulnAM mn
uesnti.g iKxikkeeprs can be accomodated.
nuiriii!iii .ueraiure Live.
MEN to liarn barber trade; free railroad
tare upon our failure to convlnco you oi
this being liis h r'.HT, largest and only
rh.ioi,-, iiiosi pracllcal barber college In
this section. Write for catalogue today.
Western Barbers' Institute, Omaha. Neb.
l-eml and wilte EngliFh. or tniormaiiuo
. 'ply to recruiting otlicer. ltith and DoOgo
Sts., Omaha, or Lincoln, Neb. B M164
MOLER 8 BARBER COLLEGE of Den
ver, Colo., offers aovanteges In teacning
the barber trade that canont be had else
where. Write today for our terms.
Wesfn Employ't Ag'y, R. 14-16. Crounse blk.
WANTED California Is tlie place now Is
'he time. I here are good positions open
for men of clerical ability, professional
men and mechanics. Write us what em
ployment you desire and we will send by
mall frequent lists of good openings In
your line. Registration fee, fl, to be sent
with nnnllrntlitn n further charges.
COMMERCIAL INFORMATION BUREAU,
P. O. Box 698. Los Angeles, California.
B M169 M-4
WANTED Two men to work from our
wagons; steady position and experience
unneceesaiy. C. F. Adams St Co., 1619
Howard St B 760
WANTED Good "coatmaker at once; steady
lob Tor right man. For particulars write
Dan Domash, Nelson, Neb. B MS52 22
WANTED City agent, on salary nnd com-
ninpion, roi a prominent eastern ine
Insurance Co. Address D 21, Bee.
B Mc9 22-t
WANTED, men to learn barber trade. Csn
enrn expei.scs before finishing. Few weeks
completes. New Idea. Graduates earn 112
to SIX weekly. Tools given, diplomas
granted, positions guaranteed. Call or
write, Moler College. 1302 Douglas st.
B M885 23x
THE work of a painter and paper hanger
in exenange tor a goon piano ini cosi
14X0 ten years ago. Address D 24. Bee.
B 903 24x
$20 PER week salary and expenses paid to
a good man to travel, deliver and corect;
references and security required. Address
Manager, No. 3K5 Insurance Exchange
building, Minneapolis, Minn.
B MlflB 23x
WANTED First -clans all-round carriage
woodworker; good wages and steady worn.
Address Model Carriage Co.. Houston,
Texas. B M224 23
WANTED Bright solicitors for "War Be
tween Russia and Japan, by Murat Hal
stead; best book; big book; enormous de
mand; big profits; freight paid; credit
given; outfit free. The Dominion Com
pany, Dept. B, Chloago. B M267 27x
WANTED, man for road work; good prop
osition; man experienced in gram busi
ness preferred. Address D 48, Bee.
A FIRST-OLA B9 tailor bushelman. at once.
Apply Mr. Vollmer, clothing nept , Ben
nett' B 334 21x
WANTED FEMALB HELP.
ANYONE need of housekeeper, or man and
wile, can Canadian omce, l&tn ana Dodge.
WANTED A good housekeeper, by a
priest. In the country; highest references;
must be a Catnollo; very little work;
good salary. Address D 19, Bee.
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdresslng.
manicuring or electrical racial massage.
We have adopted a quick and practical
method that saves years. Experf Instruc
tion. Can earn expenses before finishing.
Few weeks completes. Special February
offer. Call or write, Molcr College, 1302
Douglas St.. C M8.S4 23x
WANTED, ladles for steady home work.
Can suite do, Douglass iiiug. c jb z&x
IMH HliJ(T FtHltliUED ROOMS.
FURNISHED rooms; steam, gas, bath, half
DiocK irom postonice. 213 No. I7tn.
E Mitol 22x
SENTER hotel, 210 N. 17th; nice transient
rooms. ' i 12! uu
ONE south room with board. 2418 Cass.
E M980 22
FURNISHED front rooms; steam heated.
ino. sum. - tM'Jal ux
PLEASANT front room, 310. 1711 Daven
port. , is M9d6 Xtx
t ROOMS for light housekeeping. 2221 Ca!.
lU M9o6 221
S PARTLY furnished rooms, light house-
Keeping. 2U19 CU1. Hi M9M ZiX
NICE furnished rooms; steam heat. 1811
wnicago. u ju.9a3 ux.
HOUSEKEEPING room, reasonable. 417
ISO. mil I t.' E M90Z BX
WARM room, su!ta'.le for one or two. 2:8)
Harney. E 9i 26x
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 10th &. Chicago.
DEWEY, European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
Steam Laundry. 17D0 Leavenworth. 'Phone
A-1783. E 764
O. M. E. haul trunks. Telephone 611.
11.25 PER WEEK. Doran House. 422 8. lSth.
TWO newly furnished rooms for gentle
men only; new house, all modern. 630
S. 17th ave. E M232 23x
LARUE or small rooms at 1914 Farnam;
also bourd. E M318 23
SINGLE room, modern, (5 month. 621 So.
lath. E M317 23
SMALL rooms, modern. 2567 8t. Mary's.
E M 316 23
NICE, large front room, all modern. 7u2
So. 17Ul. E M315 23 X
FURNISHED rooms; reesonible. 712 N.
lfith. . B M3io x
NICELY furnished rooms; steam hetL 615
8. 16th. - E M308 23x
SINGLE room, In nicely furnished, steam
heated Hut; all modern; walking distance;
very r-aionable. Tel. B241l. 2234 Farnam,
second Hour. E M335 M20
FURNISHED rooms; modern. 715 8. lth
EC. 3d II001. E M3o8 23x
FURNISHED rooms and board: private
f.imlly. 2t'13 Davenport. F M307 23x
FURNISHED rooms; transients. 712 8. lth
St., I'd door, left door. E MSUti Kx
PLEASANT south room nicely furnished;
steam h-xt. good location. The Dreaher,
602 S. Kith. E M3)4 13
YOUNG MAN wants roommate; accommo
dation first class: board and room reitv
onable. Address D 43. Bee. E MS03 x
FRONT rooms; housekeeping. (18 8. 1th
St., 3d floor. E M3H4 23x
NICELY furnished. 1613 Burt.
E MHO 36
Vienna Hotel. 1011 Farnam; fine rooms; la
dles' ct.fr; private dining r . open nlghta.
NICK furrlshed rooma 324 N 15th.
Ft RNI8HED room with all modern ron
venlercea. Private family, 2513 Jones Bt.
FTRN1SHED rooms and board W B.
r5th ave. Tel. L271L E M150
FURNISHED room, transients. C N. !.
E 196 M4
WANTKD-For U. B. army, able-bodied.
uooiunieu men, ueiween iib ui
citlsens of United Slates, of good charac
ter and temperate habits, who can speak.
THE FARNAM. lt aad Vaxnam ata.
References required. 1 SIM
DO YOU READ WANT ADS?
IF YOU DO, SO DO THOUSANDS OF OTHERS.
BETTER HAVE YOUR AD AMONG THEM.
FOR HEST-FIRJISHED ROOMS.
FURNISHED rooms. The Dresner. 002 8.
16th. E-17S M4
LARGE, warm room, steam heat. 1909
Capitol ave. E M 720
FIRMSIIED ROOMS ASD BOARD.
Furnished rooms, steam heat, with or with
out board. Midland hotel, 16th & Chlcugo.
LARGE well furnished front room, all mod
ern, with board; also good table hoard hy
day or week. The Dreshcr, 602 S. Wth ft.
UTOPIA, steam heat, 1721 Davenport.
ROCKAWAY, 1316 Douflas. Meals, 15c.
NICE rooms; good board. 808 S. 20th.
PEST meals In city. Karbach restaurant.
609 B. 25th ave. Tel. L-2718.
WANTED, first-class boarders only. 1823
Capitol ave. F M154 27x
MAN and wife, or two gentlemen can find
pleasant home In private family; mod
ern; first class board. Address D 41, Bee.
F M302 23x
PLEASANT room, south front. In private
family; terms reasonable. 35DO Dodge.
'Phone L-245S. F M283 22x
MODERN unfurnished rooms for Upht
housekeeping in nice flat, good neighbor
hood. Address D 44, Bee. F M319 22x
NICE rooms, with or without board. 710
So. 17th. F M314 23x
ROOMS and bonrd. N. W. cor. lth nnd
Capitol ave. Tol. 2433. F M2S1 23x
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pack,
move and store li. H. guutla. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Olrlcc, luilVj Fui uain. Tel.
1559-8C3. D 839
FOR RENT 6-room house, 26C3 Woolworth
ave.; porcelain bath, gas, hot and cold
water; newly painted and papered
throughout-JJ0. J. H. Shtrwoud. New
York Life Bldg. D M6t7
HOIsFln all" parts of tho city. Tho
ilUUJtOo.i'.Eavliito,, ew Uee Bldg.
HnilP's'n a" Patts of the city. R.
IIWUJL, Peters & Co., B Bldg.
PAYNE-BOSTW1CK & CO.. choice houses.
601-603 New lork Life Bldg. 'Phone 1014.
WE MOVE pianos. Haggard Van & Stor
age Co., Tel. 14i6. Ofllce, 1713 Webster St.
HOUSES, insurance. Ringwalt, Barker blk.
FOR RENT Large 11-room, colonial house,
thoroughly modern, 3177 Davenport St.
on the southeast corner of 32d and Dav
enport St. Apply to H. J. Windsor, i.'.'.S
Jjodge St. D 99B
GOOD flve-r cottage, 2920 N. 25th St., $11.
FOR RENT. 8-room house, with basement:
all modern Improvements; steam heat; at
220 N. 17th st. Apply to H. J. Windsor,
1518 Dodge st. D M2
FOR KENT-STORES AM) OFFICES.
FOR RENT, building Kultablo for whole
sale purposes at 916 Farnam, 22x90, four
stories and first-class cemented basement,
elevator, fire and burglar proof vault, of
fice counter and fixtures. For price and
particulars Inquire C. C. Rosewater. sec
retary Bee Building Co., room 100. H.;o
3 STORIES and basement 22x100; 1005 r r
nam St. Inquire 314 First Nat'l Bank bhlg.
Two 3-story buildings to lease,
both excellently located in
retail district Inquire for
terms. R. C. Peters & Co.,
FOR RENT, three upper stories in four
story building at 91G Farnam St., two
stories if preferred. Address C. C. Rose
water, Sec y., Room 100, Uee bldg.
FOR RENT 4-story and basement build
ing. 1515 Dodge St., now occupied by
Omaha Carpet Co. Inquire on premises.
TWO-STORY building, 1612 and the second
floor 1508-10 Howard. W. H. Bushman.
DENTIST wanted to share office with a
physician with fine quarters In Bee bldg.,
with well established practice. Address
C 21, Bee office.
FOR RENT One-half storeroom, good lo
cation on Douglas street. Address D 17,
TWO 3-story buildings to lease, both ex
cellently located in retail district. Inquire
for terms, R. C. Peters & Co., 1702 Far
pam. 1854 23
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGOS, ETC.
3. fine depot wagons, 2 rockaways, 1 coupe,
2 traps, 1 wagonette, 2 drays. Drummond
Carriage Co., 18th and Harney. P lo5
FOR BALE, slightly used, 2 carriages, 3
phaetons, 2 top buggies, 2 driving wagons:
cheap. Andersen-Millard Co., 1616 Capitol
FOR SALE, 2d-hand, 4-paisenger broug
ham, tt bargain if taken at once. v.M
Harnoy. P M17t
FROST doesn't shave men. he shaves
spokes. Wagon repairs, 14th and Lt av
cnwoith. P 783
HnRP FOR BALE, heavy and me
I1UIVJLJ dlum weight expreseera,
draft and chunk. Harney Street Stables.
P Mn37 22x
HORSES for sale; second-hand harness,
vehicles, cheap Melcher's Stables, &1 S.
GOOD live work horse, 1,250, and harness
for sale. 417 S. 14th. P M943 22x
FOR SALE Or would trade, 1.40o-pund
work mare for a buggy horse. 1717 Cm et.
P M2S1 2Sx
FOR SALE, a fine driving horse years
old. Geo. S Car k ley, 16th and Capitol ave.
P M246 27
WANTKD TO BUT.
R-u-L'c; bought, sold. Antique Book Con
DIXJKS ceru, 211 lvarbach blk. Tel. 3614,
ZD-HAND furniture: high prices. Tel. 2010.
Chicago Furniture Co. N 757
BEST PRICES for used stoves, furniture.
Enterprise Furn. Co., 102-4 & 14th. Tel. CM.
WANTED 100 cars of bones; will pay a
food caah price; write me. 8. M. lley,
too Indiana ave., Kansas City, Mo.
CUT-RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. li- PbilUu, Uu6 ranuo. 'Phone 7V4
FOR BALE REAL ESTATE,
HOUSES FOR SALE
GEORGE & COMPANY
1601 Farnam Street
The 39th St Home
of the late Judge Ogden, being the large,
modern stone residence, with 91x155 leet
Irontlng east on 3Soh St., V biock north
of Karnam. Sec us for price.
36,000 for the 9-room, modern house, 610
t'urk ave., with 76 tcet frontliig tast on
Pnrk ave. ami 75 feet fronting west on
'Mh St.; Improvements alone cost )8,000;
nil special Improvements paid.
35,000 lor 7-rooni, modern house, full lot,
hoar 83d and Famum t. ; very dairable.
34,im for the 8-rom, modern, new house
23' California at.
33,600 for the 8-room, modern house 2112 Lo
33,160 for a 6-roorn, modern cottage, located
on West Famam St., having hot water
heat, best of plumbing, south front, on
corner lot, paved street. See ua about
this lt you want an up-to-date cottage
32,160 for tho 7-room cottage, modern ex
cept furnace, 3021 Chicago St.; desirable
IWo tor the -ronm brick house on lot Wx
PI0 feet, having east front, nnd only one
block from car, 2514 North 31st st.
We have many denlrable residence prop
erties for saie, both Improved and unim
proved, in different parts of the city.
80 acres 6 miles south Neola, la. Price,
352.60 per-acre. Cheap at $60. Must be
sold by February 27.
240 acres In Buffalo Co., Nebraska: 180 acres
cultivated; no bulldlngB; soil rich black
loam; surface gently rolling. A bargain
BENSON & CARMICHAEL.
642 Paxton Block.
RE M26C 24
Douglas County Farm
Close to Omaha and South Omaha, good
farm for feeding or farming; land acroaa
the road recently sold for $200 per acre;
food house of 8 rooms, barn, granary.
Ve are going to sell this property. To do
so It will be sacrificed at 1106.00 per acre.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Williamson Co., h'
WE write all kinds of Insurance.
Kenny R. E. & Inv. Co.,
'Phone 336. 300 Bee Bldg.
$2,400 2622 Decatur St., new, well built, 7
room bouse, modern, piped for furnace,
oak floors downstairs. A BARGAIN.
D. V. Sholes Co., 722 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. 49. RE 60S
SPECIAL atentlon given to property
placed in our hands for rental.
Kenny R. E. & Inv. Co.,
'Phone 336. 300 Bee Bldg.
ROSEBUD INDIAN RESERVATION maps
showing In colors lunds to b opened to
settlement; also the Indian helrsiilp land
in Charles Mix county; price dtc. Grimes
.-.slier, Wugr.er, 8. D.
FOR Noon Luncheon try the KARBACH
RESTAURANT, where you will And the
best prepared rneaU in the city at reason
able prices 418 3. lath; Joseph Straub,
Prop. RE 20 M-14
GLOVER, 1st floor N. Y. Life, city prop
erty, farms, ranches. Tel. 133. RE 796
IDEAL LOCATION FOR A NICE HOME
Lot 14, block 14, West End, worth $1,600.
AVI 11 consider reasonable offer.
W. N. Nason, Sole Agent, 416 Rue Building.
FOR SALE the most complete 6-room,
strictly modern cottage In the West Far
nam district; $3,300 lakes lt; earning 10
per cent net.
BEUIS, Paxton Block.
RE M285 23
Illus. your property. Baker Bros. Eng. Co,
$1,500 WILL BUY a neat cottage and full
lot In Htewart Place.
THOMAS BRENNAN, Room 1. New York
Lifo Building. RE-608
WHEN buying or selling real estate be
sure to get a Midland Guarantee and
Trust company bonded abstract, 1614 Far
nam street. N. P. Dodge, Jr., President.
WANTED, parties desiring homesteads on
the Rosebud reservation to correspond
with the Bonesteel State bank. Ronesteel,
8. D. RE M908 26 X
BEE R. H. Landeryou If you wish to buy
or sell real estate. 442 Board of Trade.
Tel. 2151. RE-659
IF YOU want to buy, sell or rent a house
or a farm; If you have a business for
sale or want to buy. call on or write
Kenny R. E. & Inv. Co..
Thone 336. - 300 Bee Bldg.
ENGLISH & CO.
One of the finest 8-room modern residences
in West Farnam district, $2,200.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a farm or ranch tell
the farmers and stock raisers about It
The best way to reach them Is through
This tgricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will lind a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word In small type or
$2.52 p-r Inch if set In large type.
THE TWfcNTIETH CENTURY FARMER
R E 12
WANTED Experienced salesman, with es
tablished trade, for Nebraska; state ref
erences, experience and salary expected.
Singer Bros., St, Louis, Mo. 968
WANTED, experienced salesman, with es
tablished trade, for Nebraska; state ref
erences, experience and salary expected.
Singer Bros.. St. Louis. Mo. 653
SALESMEN We want two good men for
weaUern territory on salary and commis
sion; we are opening considerable new ter
ritory and there la a chanoe for advance
ment to the man who can make good; the
bouse that manufactures for us la one of
the oldtaH and beat known In the business.
H. L. Haywaxd. 322 Bee Bldg. M 114 M
Johnson Institute, 616 N. Y. Life bldg. T.1S64
Dr. i. A. Meehan. 616 N- Y. Life bldg. T.1M4.
Tbe Hunt Infirmary. McCagua bldg. T.33U.
DR. GRACE DEEGAN. 833 N. Y. life. Tel.
Fayette Oole. osteopath. 60S Paxton block.
Dra. Laird Laird, 303 Karbach blk. Tel 1
FOR SALE MI9CELLAM0OIS.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
2D-HAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Farnam.
CHEAPEST OAK SLAT CORN CRIB
BING. Long fir timbers. 901 Douglas.
100 KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. Q 779
KIMBALL PIANO, slightly used; big bar
gain. Call or write Room 7, Bee Bldg.
Q 7 0
HARD coal stoves, $5 up; furniture cheap.
Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
SECOND-HAND billiard and rvr..l tables;
billiard tables repaired; large stock cheap
bar fixtures, cigar counters. The Bruns-wlck-Balke-
Collender Co., 407-9 S. 10th.
150 WATCHES, 78 diamonds, left In pawn,
cheap. Diamond Loan Office, 1401 Douglas.
STOCK YARDS SADDLERY CO.,
Headquarters for Whips and Axle Grease.
We make a special of the above and
for that reason can give you any kind at
eastern prices. J. Q. Blessing, 331 No. 2'tli
St., Soutc Omaha, union shop. Q 774
FOR SALE Several scholarships In a flrst
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, short
hond and typewriting. Inquire nt Bee
BILLIARD & pool tables. 1407 Harney St.
I 1IMRCP Eet sheeting, $13.60 thous.
LUIVlDtrc cady Ltm, Co., 6th A Doug.
Q M849 Marl5
BIG BARGAIN IN
86 woolen ehlrw, 150 pair trousers, 100
blouses, 150 campaign hats, 180 cups, 136
pair leggings. Call st 1023 Farnam st
J. RAV1TZ. Proprietor.
Q M917 25
CANDIES, home made, absolutely pure, at
25c to 60c per pound. St. Mary's Guild,
Oood Shopnrd church, order from Mra.
Charles Wall. 'Phone L-3278.
GOOD hay, $4.50 ton. 801 N. 16th.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
)maha AllT00- Loan Ca.
Furniture loans. Quick service,
Piano loans, Easy payments.
Live Stock loans, Best terms
Salary loans. Any time.
We charge nothing for making papers
and we never deduct Interest in advance.
119 Board of Trade bldg. Tel. 225.
(Established 1892) 3c6 S. 16th St.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE, PIANOS, LIVE STOCK,
Low raiei and easy terras.
Try us If you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
633 Paxton Block, ICth and Farnam Sts.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others with security: easy payments;
largest business In 49 principal cities.
Tolmun, room 410, Chamber of Commerce
"SAVE MONEY" by getting
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS
from the RELIABLE LOAN CO.,
Rooms 307 and 308 PAXTON BIXJCK.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people: buslnesb confidential; lowest rates.
514 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on pianos, f un.lture, lew.
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8.
13th. X 828
MONEY to loan on furniture, horses, etc.;
balf rates. 215 Karbach blk. Tel. B-2964.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. It. 8. Barker Blotk X 829
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1643.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 837 N. Y. Life!
4 TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton block.
, T OOO
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1620 Douglas
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 13J) Farnam St.
WANTED, real estate loan and warrants.
R. C. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg. W 832
I per cent farm loans. R. C. Patterson, 1224
I rer cert loans. Garvin Bros., 1C04 Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WILL trade beautiful piano for horse.
Schmoller & Mueller, 1.113 l-'urnum st.
EASTERN Nebraska farms and all kinds
property wanted In exchange for orange
groves, etc. G. W. Dennis, Riverside. Cal.
EIGHTY acres land In Burt county, Neh.,
for Omaha residence property. C. T.
Dickinson, New York Life bldg.
rtpi-hartrn riechtold's Union Orchestra.
vjicnebua 319 south utn st. Tel. 29v:.
M 450 F-23
THOS. J. KELLT, voice, Davldge block.
CHAS. H. KEEFER, piano, 65 Barker Blk.
DAISY HIGGINS. voloe, piano. 3013 Iav
Tel. A-2741. -M313
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED, to rent about 6 acres, suitable
for poultry. Address D 4i, Bee.
K M33G 22x
WANTED, to rent 6 or 10 acres for pota
toes. Address D 46, Bee. K-M31f 22x
BUSINESS MEDIUM. 718 N. 17th U
GILMER, palmist. 716 N. 33d. Tel. B-3246.
HOKTHAKD AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT S school, 717 N. Y. Lite.
Neb. Bus. at Shorthand Col. Boyd theater.
Capt. Cormack. 617 Karbach blx. TeL A-V03.
MORAND8 spring term: Lessons for sdult
beginners, Tues. and Frl.. p. m.: private
leKsona dally; lILeiai reduction tc pupils
who Join now. Call 16th and Harney.
Paper Hanging ZtZTlJZt
Op lfliir teed at reasonable
. I . JMLIJII. 2l N 17th
St. Tel. B25I7. U M3ol
HIAWATHA and 6" other songs In one
book. 6 cents postpaid. Robert Frenan,
6iK So. 131 h. U-M53S M12x
DON'T READ THIS
unless yoc wea- clean clothes If you do
pstronlre the Domestic laundry. 241S N.
54th. Tei 1.11S2.
V M121 M2
Accordion Pleating, cheapest, best, quickest,
Mrs. A. C. Mark, 17th and Douglas.
LA ROOK, ladles' tailoring. 613 Karbsch
blk. U 803
ANY poor girl In need of a friend can call
or write to the matron of the Pnlvntlon
Army Home fo Women, SS:i N. 2Mb St..
Omaha. Neb. U M526 Maylx
Stammering rured. J. Vaughn. Rarrge Bid
ELITE parlors. 615 S. 16th, 2d floor.
"VIA VI," way to health. 350 Bee building.
MAriNPTIf"" treatment ft baths. Mme.
lUAUlMt 1 lSmltn llg N. 15. 2flr. R. 1
U M944 Mch8x
WHAT'S niter than accordion pleating?
We do nothing but the finest. Goldman
Pleating Co.. 200 Douglas block. U 809
BEN BOLT Whv didn't you meet roe at
Columbia Phonograph company lost
night? I waited till half paat . Say.
their free concerts are grand, and I
bought . donn X. P. 60o records for t&o
each.-Peggy From Paris. U-M187
WATER'S PRINTING CO., 1213 Dougiaa at,
ARCHIBALD Must have your picture be
fore you leave. Don't fall to meet me at
Proctor's, 616 S. 16th, Sunday afternoon.
We can get 15 beautiful cabinet photos
for $3.00. Elolse. U-162
BILLY Am next to a good thing: meet me
at Stoecker's cigar store this evening
and we'll smoke a Rc Monogram and I'll
"tip" it off to you. Frank. U M136
r , Baths and Halrdresslng
IXfCTPrit Parlors, 205 Ramge Building.
Tel. 3)79. Ladles only.
FEND 6o for HOMESTEADER'S GUIDE
containing fortv-elght pages of valuable
Information. OFFICIAL MAP and full
Instruction how to get a claim on the
ROSEBUD RESERVATION. Forbes
Locating Agency, Bomsteel. 8. D.
PIANOLAS for rent; 3 months' rent al
lowed on purchase. Schmoller & Mueller,
1313 Farnam. Tel. 1625. U 9:0
THE following persons, living In 189, or
their heirs, wanted: Lamplor J. Chase,
Holman Johnon, Charles Tldd, Deldma
Butler, Mrs. W. B. Fiillerton, Lnuls F.
Sherburn. Attorney, P. O. 204, Stnmford,
Conn. U 321 23x
24TH ST. car, Tuesday, between 1 and 2;
you were In black, and after we changed
cars you said. "I could not help II"; f
promise you that you will not regret It If
-you change can at same place on Thurs
day at 12. Address H M, Bee. I 324 23x
ITALIAN nobleman wants lo meet refined
lady of means; object, mutrlmonv. Ad
dress D 47, Bee. U 323 23x
BRIGHT hiiRlness man. matrimonially In
clined, deelrious of meeting Holing ladv
28, financially comfortable, cat; do so by
addresjng H "4. Bee V 323 23x
MAGNET PILE KILLER. IT CURES.
At druggists, fl. 817
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale, re
tall. Sherman & McConnell, Omaha.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. 1513
Dodge St., Arlington block, Omaha.
WANTED The case of catarrh, rheuma
tism, ectema or stomach trouble that Co-Lon-Co.
WON'T cure. 859 29
PRIVATE hospital during confinement;
babies adopted. Mrs. Gardcls, 2234 Lake.
Tel. Red-1884. 815
PRIVATE home during confinement: babies
adonted. The Good 8amarltan Sanitarium,
723 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs, la. -626
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement. Mrs. Fisher. 2615 S. 11. Tel. 1889.
IN families. Miss Sturdy,
GINGHAM tprons made. 1770 8. th. Tel.
Red-2S64. 9P2 M17
H. 3. COWGILL No fee unless successful.
618 S. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1798. 70S
PATENTS guaranteed. Sues A Co., Omaha.
Peterson A Lundberg, 116 8. 17th. Tel. L-2353.
GATE CITY, 1705 St. Mary's. Tel. B-2075.
-M023 Ml 8
HESS A 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam. -800
L. HENDERSON, florist, 1619 Farnam St,
WANTED Situation as drug clerk and
soda man; six years experience; good
references. Address D 29, Bee.
A M143 26x
SITUATION wanted on credits, collections.
Justice court work, by energetic young
man of 2S: several years' experience: can
show good record, A-l references, bond.
Address "H." Bee Ottico, Council Rluffs
STOLEN Large black Dane dog. Telc-
j)hone 1048. Lost M3Q0 23x
Theatrical and maaq. Lleben, 1013 Farnam.
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION (STATION lOTTI AND If ARC Y.
Chicago, Milwaukee at St.
Chicago ayllht a 7
fhtrago paat Kxprvaa a 6
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St Piul and Mlnnrapoli Ei...a7Aatn a Jo pm
I'Jicago Limited a 4 M pm alO lu am
P Paul, Vinn. and Chicago B a 1 rm
Chlcagn Kxpreaa a 4 10 am a 4 0 pm
. Lonia -Tannnn nail" Kt a Xd pm a 4 In am
St Lome 1-cal (roancll Itlufra) a 16 am aio JO p-n
Chicago Kirreaa a Ml pm alO fm
Chlcacn, Minneapolis and St.
Paul l imited a T SO pm I l im
Mlnneapolla and t. Taut Ex. ..b 7 50 am M0- pm
fit HI.INr.TON STATION lOTll fc I AON
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Chicago Special a ""0 am i I II pm
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f'Mc.go Ixwal a 1 am all on rm
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fenrer L'mlted a 4 10 pm
Black l;ia and TUget Sound El all 10 pm
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Beiierue and Tai Ulo Junction. ..a 1:80 am
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W'.BTER DEPOT 1(1 Til A WEBSTER,
Feb. Local via Weeping Water. b 410 pm aio 15 am
Chlraao, s. Panl. Minn. A Omaha.
Twla ntr Paaaenger b 10 am b 10 pm
Bloug City Paaaenger at. 00 pm all Jo am
Oakland LoeaJ bt :41pm b 4 10 am
a Daily, b Pally eice.pt Sunday, d Pally aieopt
Baturday. a Pally aioept Monday.
Haw Tvia-avrew ateaaaara ot 11.6110 lona
HBW TORK HOTTKKUAat. la UOtLUUNaV
aalllug Tueaday. at 10 a. m.
Statendam Feb. JJNoordam March St
"Amaterdam March 1 Statendam March 15
Rotterdam March I PoIimIidi April ft
HOLLAND-AM ICR IOA LINK, Dearborn St., Cil.
eago. 111.; Harry Moorea. 1401 Famam St.; 0.
Rathetford. 1121 Famam gul 1. B. Iteyoolda. 1101
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEKT1NO
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting- of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land company will be held nt
the office of said company in Lincoln, Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock a. m. on tho 2d day of
March. A. P. 1904.
By order of the board of directors.
C. It. MORRILL. President
A. B. MINOR, Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 30, 1904.
SAVED H0RACEGREELEY'S LIFE
Reroller-ttons of an Incident In West
ern History by One) of the
Part I cf rvn ta.
What would have happened to Horace
Greeley had not John H. Witter and party
arrived opportunely on an hlstorlo scene
on South piss, near tha spot whore now
stands the town of Evanston, Wyo., on
September B, 18S9T
Perhaps tho makers of history can an
swer; perhaps not. Certain lt Is that no
one of them has yet told the story. AnJ
yet lt has a most Important bearing, po
litically. Journalistically and philosophi
cally on events trlnoe 'S3.
It ia an Important Item In Itself that a
party of disappointed homeseekers si. mil. 1
have decided to lynch the famous New
York editor at that comparatively early
stage of hl career. 'What significance
does It assume when ono puts on his
thinking- cap and tries to emulate tho ex
ample of the historian who enlarges upon
what might have been!
What a difference It would have msde
had Horace Greeley been eliminated In
1969! The thinker who follows events
closely can but shudder at the possibilities
of the conception.
Atid here Is the untold story which has
been Ignored In all biographies of the
great Journalist and hns not been previ
ously told In the west:
A party of restloss men who had read
Mr. Greeley's glowing editorials of tho
"Go west, young man," style In tho New
York Tribune, decided In the early part of
the year 1SS9 to take his advice.
September 9 of tho same year found them
wandering In the wilds of Wyoming, dis
appointed, heart sick and longing for
home. They had been told to come to tho
Pike's Peak region, the new EI Dorado.
Unfortunately, they did not go far enough
and struck the wrong side of the peak,
missing Cripple Creek altogether.
Weary and tired, the emotion uppermost
in their minds as they gazed on the endless
sand dunes and the monotonous stretch of
sage brush on the Wyoming plains was
one of disgust nod a desire for vengeance
on the man who had been instrumental In
getting them Into the hopeless plight
At this Inopportune hour appeared Mr.
Greeley on the scene. H was making a
tour of the west, traveling by
The hapless Immigrants learned that the
author of their misfortunes was aboard
and surrounded the vehicle. They Insisted
that they had been uuped Into leaving
their happy homes. Some one suggested
that It would be a good Idea to lynch Mr.
At this critical Juncture John II. Wit
ter and ptrty arrived. He was traveling
through to Sacramento, Cal., with ox
teams and happened to riss Mr. Oreeley's
route. Hearing of tho editor's plight, he
hurried to the rescue.
Mr. Greeley lind left the stage and wns
endeavoring to renson with the malcontents
and to convince them that their debut In
the west was not a misfortune, hut rati e
a blessing, albeit disguised.
He was met with hisses. His efforts to
make himself heard ttrded to Increase
their wrath. Shouts of "fraud'' and "(ie
oelver" came from every side. In the face
of these accusations Mr. Greeley Instated
upon addressing them. Ills companions
counseled night, but he would have rrnni
Then someone yelled. "Lynch him!" A
man broke forth from the crowd carrying
a rope. He tied a nooso and was about to
throw lt over Mr. Greeley's head
Mr. Winer's party here Interfered. It
was much smaller than the recalcitrants'
faction, but was as determined. The res
cuers surrounded Greeley.
After a monumental efTort quiet was re
stored and the wrangling between the men
Then Oreeley had an opportunity in
speak, and he did. After the first few
words he commanded attention, and he'd
It until he had concluded his remarks.
Bucti was the convincing force of bis
arguments that he succeeded In changlrn
their opinion of the west and In mnkit.ir
them decide to cast their fortunes with tho
new country- Finishing, he thanked Hum
klt.dly for their indulgence and calmly pro
ceeded on his Journey without further ad
Some members of the lynching party are
among the oldest and best known rltlieiis
of the west, who have succeeded In amass
ing fortuni s In the new country, end fire
today very thankful that they remnlnfd
This Is the story which mnkfs the recent
visit of John H. Witter In this city notable
Strikes at Their Boot.
Many dangerous diseases ln-gln In Impure
blood. Electric Btttirs purifies the blood,
and cures, or no pay. Only 50c. Kor sal
by Kuhn A Co.
Adler's auction sale of unredeemcl
8. E. Cor. l!th and Farnam ata.
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