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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: . SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2G, 1903.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
iinlv -ip hn k fmm Rom Miller's new
Im mleva r1 li une. we have a ikw flx-nrara
lioti; i;'s a dandy. s It. $2,Wft.
TAX TON BLOCK.
RE lWt 26
H TWO FINE H
4 NEW BRICK APARTMENTS
Earh renting for $.15 a month, or tl .t0 a
year; finished in hard wood; everything
ihp vpry finest; paved street, ppnnanenl
walks; close In.
.1 NKW 7-ROOM HOUSES,
oak finish, strictly modern; paved street;
renting for $1.21 a year.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
l09'4j Fa rim in St. (Ground Floor.) RE
R. C. PETERS & CO.
2731 North 2ftth St., Rood 9-room houfin,
city waKT. fewer and toilet. If taken
at once. $2,3"0.
Orant St.. K-room house, city water,
gas. cistern, fnilt, permanent walk, lot
5xlJ0. Thin property Ik in fine condition
with the exception of the roof. This W a
very homelike property and we can price
it at H.7U0 with $-u0 cash and the balance
monthly. . , ,
One 4-room houne, lot 3xl26, half block
from 24th Btreet car line; gas. water, email
cellar. If eold thin week. $S0U cash. $200
down, balance, $10 per month.
New double frame house, 8 rooms each,
all modern, oak finish, hot water heat,
I'holcely located In Park district. Rental,
175 per month. Price, $7,000.
Well located property, stores below and
flats above. Gross rental, I1.84S per an
num. Price, $15,0"0, S8.0U0 cash, balance to
suit. This Is a 12 per cent net Investment.
14-room house, all modern, especially ar
ranced for private hospital. Can price this
right if taken within a short time.
r,xnn one of the choicest corners on
West Fsrnam street, $7,2.
60x121 A choicely located lot on 25th,
near Dodge. One of the best flat prop
ositions now In the market. Price, 3,fn).
fCVixl'JO Choicely located, either for Mats
or apartments, $11.4n, or we will divide,
making prices according to location.
60x140 Fine lying lot on Park Ave., be
tween Harney and Ju kson, $2,500.
57 foot frontage on Woolworth Ave., Just
west of 33d. One of the choicest locations
in the city. For quirk sale, $1.2!o.
Five choice lots 4:1x125, near Vinton Street
ear barns. These are choice and lie well.
Price, $2.ino for the bunch.
Two well lying lots, handy to car line.
Prlc for quick sale, $750 for both.
25 x75 One of South Omaha's choicest
business corners. If taken this week. $1,500.
One more lot sold this week in Boulevard
Terrace and we expect to close them all
oiil between now and, spring. If you wish
omethlng choice at an extremely reason
Able price, take on of our Terrace lots.
The best In the market for the money.
Ground Floor. Bee Building.
lust west of the Country club, east of Hen
son and south of Military Ave., we have
ibnut luo lots which must be sold, so have
let the prices to effect Immediate sales,
aoii to $,V!0. Terms If necessary.
B. R. BALL
:2S N. Y. Life Rldp. 'Phone B1229.
S2.400 2117 Grant St., 7-rooni modern
house, newly painted and papered; in fine
'onditlon. On monthly payments.
$2,500-2219 Locust St., 6-room modern
house except furnace; new barn.
$1,800-2619 N. 19th Ave.. 8-room modern
ImiiHo except furnace. On monthly pay
ments. $1,1100 2S15 Woolworth Ave., 5-room house,
city water. This Is a bargain.
8-room house,, email barn and plenty
or rrult, and will take a residence in ex-
Snap For Someone
FOR SALB-Oottage, 6 rooms, fine base,
nient Just repaired: good neighborhood;
lull lot; barn. $1,500.
KM N. Y. Life Illdg., 'Phone 5b.
W. G. SHR1VER
1023 New York Life Bldg.
Fit a few days only can sell 6-r. cottage,
modern except furnace; largo barn, ce
ment walks, nice lawn, 6o-foot lot; room
lor another house; Decatur, near 27th
t. -only $2,000. RE 128 26
Apartment House Site I
FROM CITY HALL
This comprises a main frontage or lsT feet
and two side street frontages of 110 feet
ach. Nothing On murket so desirable
li.r building with u large number of three
to five-room apartments. Close to busi
ness district and commanding highest
rentals. Owner very anxious to sell.
For full information Inquire of
PAYNE, BOSTVV1CK & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS, '
Sixth Floor New York Life Building.
WANTED TO Bl'Y A desirable lot in
good residence neighborhood; upper Far
i m m street d.strn t preferred- Give full
delulls. Address F-22, Bee ortioe. KE 110
Harm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
iuw prices; un yours lime. L-aliJ Dcpf,
U. P. H. H.. Omaha. Neb.. Dept. "A.''
nnnroncnn1" Paxton. Best list money
U'um.ailiUIImuKlm business chances.
V S12j2 N3o
Williamson Co. u-
18. HX) acres very prouuctive land Joining
Oklahoma, well fcnc.d and watered.
Price, $5.u0 pvr acre; ht caan. balance on
or befoie 15 years at 6 per cent, or will
divide to suit purchaser, a great chance
lor agents. Culley. Bradley At Matnicsen.
W'olbach, Neb. KE 7l8 29
FOR SALE Elegant 6-room house, modern
except furnace, nearly in. li. So. j;tti.
Terma to suit. Kcuiny Heal K.ilaie and
lnvetament Co. RE M!C7 Ja
OUT THE? GO TO NORTH DAKOTA.
The most prosperous ktate in the whole
country. The best watered grain and
stock lands are near Mandan, Richardson
and Molt. Strong aoii, free coal, splendid
grasses. Wo own luv,(Xo acres to select
(rem; average price, $12.50 an acre. Ask
for proofs and Brown's funmr. Win. li.
Brown Co., 131 La Sallu St., Chicago, 111.,
. or Mandan.- North Dakota.
KOH SALE Improved farms, eastern Ne
braska, three miles truin court house.
Ow tier, box ll-S. Omaha, Ni b. KE
ALL KINDS of Florence lots for sale
Expert advice en scavenger tax saie.
Dexter L. Tlioinas. 413 Boe Bldg.
WHO WANTS THEM?
Lots 13 and li. lilutk K, Siunii s add., $00.
Lots t and a, block 6, 'i'Uornbeig Place.
J. IL PAKROTTE. PAXTON BLOCK.
WE FURNISH experienced auctioneers on
short notice to Kli real estate, nierchan
dlsa, live slock, etc. Omaha, Real Estate
Auction Co., Ui Neville blk. Tel fc.'s.
FOR SALE FARMS
Frontier County Lands
Offer the beat Investment In the
liecause they are all hard poll; Just
as good and lower priced than Daw
son county on the north or Red Wil
low on the south. It will pay you to
iook at those lands. Here are a few
samples. All have rich dark loam soil:
160 acres 3 4 miles from R. R.
town, 130 acres in corn, wheat and
rye, story and a half house of five
rooms, 80 acres fenced, fine well,
windmill and 260-bbi. reservoir.
1 CO acres 12 miles from two R. R.
towns, 120 acres In corn and wheat,
balance fine pasture, no other Im
provements. Price, $1,600.
160 acres S miles from R. R. town,
80 acres cultivated, no other improve
ments. Price, $1,400.
480 acres 4 miles from county seat,
300 acres cultivated, two sots of im
provements. One of the best places
In the county. $7,200.
760 acres 5 4 miles from R. R.
town, 120 acres tillable, small Im
provements. Price, $5,250.
It takes only two days to see these
and get back. Party leaves here next
Tuesday at 4 o'clock; cheap rates.
Make this your Thanksgiving outing,
or you can get back Thursday morn
ing if you want to. Call on us for
more information. .
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY.
722 N. Y. Life. Tel. 49.
H 360 ACRES H
IN CUSTER COUNTY
10 miles west of Ansley, gently rolling,
rich farm land, black loam, no sand. 260
acres can be cultivated, balance excellent
grass land, about 60 acres cultivated. Price
$1S an acre.
6to acres north of Gothenburg, about 600
acres rich farm land, balance rough pas
ture land, has blue stem and buffalo grass,
good settlement. Price, if sold soon, $12.50
16 acres 10 miles west of Anslev, 115 acres
In cultivation, balance rough pasture, fine
soil, has good 4-room house, barn, granary,
good tubular well, pump and windmill,
$h.50 an acre.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1G0SV4 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb.
138 Acres 6 miles N. W. Omaha Postofflce.
$100 Per Acre.
Improvements consist of good 7-room house,
with furnace heat; 19o-bbl. cistern; water
In house; bath, etc.; large barn, 40 x 40 ft.;
hog house, ice house and other outbuild
ings; several acres of timber, mostly
black walnut; good pasture, plenty of
fruit; about 60 acres under cultivation.
tor further information call on or write to
GEORGE & CO.
1001 Farnam St., Omaha.
H.fiiN) takes the biggest snap near Atkin
son, Holt county., a 'i-section level farm
land with timber. E. Hansell, 3414 Dow
ney Ave, Los Angeles, Cal. H-921 26
You'll have to hurry to get In on
some of our greatest bargains. They
are being sold, and the buyers are
pleased with their investment.
4 80 acres highly improved stock
and grain farm, one mile from two
towns, all good clay land, 180 acres
cultivated, all fenced, plenty of trees.
A decided bargain at $25 per acre,
with only four or five thousand down.
320-acre well improved farm land,
2 4 miles county seat, town of 4,000,
In S. W. Nebraska; 240 acres fine
level farm land in cultivation; balance
pasture. Price, $8,000, on terms.
A beautiful section of unimproved
land near good town, first-class soil,
only $7 per acre.
Twenty sections of unimproved land
in S. W. Nebraska offered before Jan
uary 1st at bargain prices.
Will advance at that time from $1
to $2.50 per acre.
R. Beeeher Howell & Co.,
feTOCK, ranch and grain farm of 1,120
acres, Deuel county, Nebraska, well im
proved, fenced level land, good soil; price
$ per acre; a snap. Wm. Madgett, Hast
ings, Neb. jj
2S0 acres improved land In Knox county;
small house, loo acres under cultivation,
liW acres all fenced for pasture, well; will
trade for Omaha property. Price, $37 M
36 N. Y. Life Bid.
Acre ranch for $6,000. Largest list of farms
ECKSTKOM & CO., 641 PAXTON BLOCK.
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. Improved. Three miles from
railroad and court house. Address Box
112o. Omaha. Neb. M723
HONEY loaned on any kind of farm ma
chinery. Quick and quiet. Bowen, 703
N. Y. Life. H
This agricultural weeklv goes to 80.000
homes of farmers and stock raisers, so if
you have a good piece of Und to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is smull 2 cents per word in small type or
12 m) per inch If set In Urge type
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
PLENTY OF MONEY
At 5 and 6 per cent on improved real
estate, in amounts $500 and up
ward. Money furnished without de
lay. GARVIN BROS.
1604 Farnam St.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W
Barnaul Smith c Co., 13.0 Farnam BL
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Ca
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest tales. Do delay; get our terms.
BUILDING, loans on residence property: I
per cent W. B. Melkle. Kauige Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bentls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. Y. D. Wead. 1U0 Douglas
(l.tfJOOuO TO LOAN on .business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas brennan, R. L N. Y. Life.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. U.
Thomas, 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 148
LOANS on Omaha Improved property or
to build with; can pay It back in monthly
payments. Hastings Heyden, lwu
Farnam St. W J4
WE HAVE LOTS OF MONEY to loan on
city property; lowest rates.
PAYNE. HOST WICK CO..
8tth Floor N. Y Ufe Bldg. W -66 SO
Low Hates. Prlvste Money, tbO and L'd
CH Ad. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
$1.. $l.tf0 and $1,600. To loan three o
hve years, at 6 p r cent Interest.
Hastings & Heyden. looM, Farnam 8c
MONEY TO LOAN REAL FSTATE
Money to Loan on
Payne Investment Company
First Floor N. Y. Life Building.
WANTED Cltjr loans. R, C. Peters ft Co,
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
DUFF GREEN CO.,
We are a home and old-established con
cern, and your aeallngs with us will be
absolutely private. You can borrow from
$10 upward at the lowest rates. AH loan
are made on our SPECIAL -REBATiMl
EASY MONTH1LY OR WEEKLY PAY
M EXT PLAN.
Each payment lessens the cost of loan,
making it possible for everyone who Is
short of money to borrow wnat they need
quickly and cheaply, without obligating
themselves to their friends or neighbors;
honorable, fair and Just treatment; pri
vate interviewing rooms Established
1&9. Rooms 8 and Banter Elk. Tel. 4031
Duff Green. Jule Althaus.
Is often an absolute necessity, and you
will rind our facilities the very best for
quick and quiet service.
We make advancements on furniture,
pianos, live stock r.nd other chattels, and
to salaried people upon their own agree,
ment to nay.
We arrange the contract tn 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, (,
or even more monthly payments, telling
you in advance what it will cost ynu, and
then give you the option of pay.ng faster,
which will make the cost less.
Our rates are much less than many will
ask you and no more thai, you will pay
wherever you go, and you will find us
consistent in all nur dealings.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 295.
(Established Si S. 16ih St.
LOANS punD'ambnds, LOANS
etc. Lowest rates.
the WESTERN LOAN CO.,
SiG KA11N, Mgr.
331 Neville, 3d floor. 16th et Harney. Tel. bolt.
DR PRIBBENOW'S, PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, planoB, salary,
hoises, etc. In any amount at less than
half the rates, no red tape; perlect
privacy) immediate attention; on any
terms wanted, payments suspended in
case of sicki.ess or out of employment.
Room at Karbacn Blk., 209 S. 16th Bt.
WHEN YOU WANT A LOAN "
ON FURNITURE OR SALARY without
removal or delay, payable to suit your
convenience, pnone nil or write or call
on AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room 307
paxton Blk., N. E. cor. ltith and Farnam
and others wiUiout security; easy pay
ments. Offices in 63 principal cities. Tol
luau, room U4 New York Life Bldg.
BOWEN'8 MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horsos, cows. Plain note If
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows. etc. C. F. Reed, 319 S. 11
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PUOENiX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. 746. 032-8 Paxton Blk.
FRIEDMAN. Loans on all articles.
Clothing bought and sold. 211 S. LUi.
Tel. 4W0. X -714 D
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
CHATTEL, salaiy and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., loot Farnam St. X S&O
CHATTLE AND COLLATERAL LOANS
at one-half usual rates; strictly private.
Vnion Loan and Investment Co., 112 Hee
Bldg. Tel. aim. x K2 DJa
FARMS FOR RENT
1S6-ACRE Iowa farm; good buildings and
llivacre eastern Nebraska farm; Improve
ments good and nice land. Want tenants
who Uo thorough work. L. L. E. Stewart
U. S. National Bank Bldg., Omaha.
TWO small track hind, with good houses
and barns, one neur Krug park, one Har
ney and 41th. F. D. Wead. 16H4 Douglas.
PIANO for driving or draft horse. Differ
ential chain block for sale. 318 McCague.
Z Muai us
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
get It. Z 983
IF YOU want to buy or exchange for land
send 10c for Farm Buyers' Guide, which
contains descriptions of 2X0 farms for sale
or exchange, with owner's address; want
farms to sell. Horace Grant, Kansas
City, Mo. z
STOCK of groceries, boots and shoes; In
voice $4.t to $5.Oil0; will exchange tor
cheap western land; stock running and in
good condition at present time Address
G 4, Bee. 25 1H9 2ti
640 ACRES of nice land at $10 per acre.
Want general mdse. Address C. Stock,
Kearney. Neb. , Z-994 26x
TO EXCHANGE OR SELL A line stock
farm near Omaha, 200 neres.
12u acres Polk county, Minntiiota.
2"0 acres Fayette county, Texas.
750 acres fine timber, good corn and cotton
land, Montgomery county, Georgia.
S20 acres Wichita. Kan.
2 houses Cedar Falls, la.
Business house, Steerett, Ind. Ter.
2 lots Indianapolis.
2 lots Indiana Harbor, Ind.
Geo. P. A. Welseiiborn Co., Owners,
FOR BALE Miscellaneous One desk prac
tically new, $15, til N. Y. Life Bid.
BOW EN'S money for chattel or salary se
curltles. 703 N. Y. Life. Z
FOR SALEHORSES, WAGONS
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
half price: also extension top carriage
from the Sattley Mfg. Co.'s stock, at a
big bargain. Johnson ti Danforth, 8 W
Cor. 10th and Jones Sts. P 925 '
THREE open delivery wagons and one
tip wagon, good as new; a big bargain
Johnson & Danforth, 8. W. Cor. loth and
Jones Sts Jg j
GOOD, large barn for rent at 27th and
Iavenworth Sis.. $15. N. P. Dodge &
Co.. 1614 Farnam St. P 107
Large box stalls, no barbed-wire fencing
Keystone Slock Farm. Benson, Neb Tel
L-1170. P-837 29 "
1 SURREY. 1 top buggy, 1 road wagon,
new, at cost; cash or lime. 4 N. isth lt
P SS5 D8
FOR SALE HORSE
GOOD family driving horse, city broke,
weighs l.iGo pounds. Call at 211 S ;t,th
St., or 'phone 3'U. P 14u ,x
SORKEI. gelding, sound, good roadster.
harness, tine runabout, rubber tires; J I. in
' cash takes the outnl complete. Address
G S. Bee. P M 3j
FOR SALE High acting trotter, t years
ol4, black gelding: Bound, gentle and good
spirit: will make a fast horse If trained;
will sell cheap. Dr. E. F. Btewart. North
Bend. Neb. P-MJ&7 ft
FOB. SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Great Removal Sale ol
High Grade Pianos
We are forced to vacate our present quarters by January 1st and must
sell regardless of cost about 364 Pianos, Organs, Music Boxes suitable for
Christmas presents and Self-Players. This is absolutely the greatest piano
sale ever held In the city. Call and investigate or write for particulars re
garding this great money-saving sale.
One $500 Square Piano, good for beginners 20
One $500 Square Piano, fairly good condition 30
One $500 Vose Sons Square, superior tone, only ,, 45
Five new Upright. Pianos, positively warranted.... 125
Six new Upright Pianos, good tonal qualities 148
, Eight standard makes, but discontinued styles 165
Seven high grade Pianos, artists' favorites, only 192
Nine high grade Uprights, regularly sold at $426, only 238
$600 Kranlch & Bach Baby Grand, only 290
One Emerson Parlor Grand, almost new, St. Domingo mahog
any case, big bargain.
The above Instruments are fully guaranteed and will be sold on terms
of TEN DOLLARS CASH and FIVE DOLLARS MONTHLY. A small pay
ment down will secure your piano for Christmas delivery.
New pianos for rent, $3, $4 and $5 monthly.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
1407 Harney Street.
These machines have all been thoroughly
overhauled and are the latest thing that the
different manufsctories produce. They are
complete with attachments and are guaran
teed to be In first-class condition.
The following is a list of machines we
have on hand:
Plnger, 6-drawer, drop head $3). 00
Singer, 7-drawer, drop head 22.00
Davis, 6-drawer, drop head..'. 17.00
R'andard Automatic Grand 25.00
White, 6-drnwer, drop head 15 00
Domestic. 6-drawer, drop head 20.00
Second-hand machines, box ton, of e v
make, from $5.00 to $10 00. These are com
plete with attachments and will give yuii
We rent machines 76c per week.
Corner 15th and Harney.
Kb North 21th St., South O laha.
mi tsroaaway, council Bluffs.
LARGE furnace at a bargain. 1502 Canitol
GOOD, clean wheat for chickens, $1 40 per
hundred; 3 cars good rve straw. Fred
Peterson, feed store, 1815-17 Leavenworth
St. Q-894 D8x
FOR SALE New Art Garland heater
lisOfi Farnam St. Q S50 26x
Perfield Piano Company
1611 Farnam St.
OUR PIANO CLUB.
The only way to secure a FINE. HIGH ORADE PIANO at a low price.
TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY.
We will deliver the piano with a handsome stool and scarf IMMEDIATELY.
T.-UVe c'"ltraLled witl1 'he manufacturers for FIVE HUNDRED HIGH GRADE
PRICES l P'aCCd 1U terrlt0ry on the Club System, AT WHOLESALE
r,, .thlS pIan we can aave you nc Hundred Dollars and you can pay for tha
PIANO on the easiest possible terms.
PLAY WHILE YOU PAY
ai)OeiTNOWtlle adVlin,aKC8 and f'ea8ure that music in jour home will give you.
BY JOINING OUR PIANO CLUB
you participate in several advantages. In the first place, you secure a hrst-class
high grade PIANO, not a box of wi.iacies that the market Is Hooded with just now
A MUSICAL EDUCATION.
Heretofore, the great drawback to securing a piano haa been the expense of the
music lessons, which often makes It Impossible for the head of the family to do that
family Justice or keep up with the requirements of this Twentieth Century
By joining our Piano Club you ccure a complete high class musical education
for any member of your family. You secure a music lesson FREE for every dollar
you expend for your piano. '
Our teachers are the best that money can secure, and our lessons are as com
plete as given In the great conservatories In the large musical centers at home or
mu8lca,1 education is FREE to any -member of your family and will save you
tT 1 Tvl"rTCle, y"r tam"y' KCeP th y0U"K peol,le at "'"e confute
to jour everlasting pleasure.
We represent eleven high class piano manufacturers, and each Instrument wa
sell is a legitimate, high grade Piano Fully Guaranteed. We invite your in "estlgl!
tlon. Call and select your Piano. PAY AT YOUR LEISURE. '"esuga
PERFIELD PIANO CO. Omaha.
. 1611 Farnam Street.
6HER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman ec McConuell Drug Co
MILCH COWS on easy terms. 43d and
Center. y e(3
STEAM hi 11 UN Ob t-OKSALE
11 you waul a bargain ;n steam iltutige cau
and look over '.uo toiiowlng supplies:
l.b-incu AUfclin hoiizoiuu.1 separator.
l.fc-incn Ausuu s Hoi liontai separator.
14-1 nc h Austin s vertical separator.
Thute have been takcu ouuuu account of
cnanges in our sieani piaat and are in
good condition. Audrevs Bee Building
Co., or see W. H. Bridges, engineer, ce
Bldg., Omaha, g &U
Plii.NO bquare, $10; 60 cents weekly. Per
litiu I'luno Co., loll arnam dt.
FOR SALE One Mimeograph, In good or
der, inquire at Business oihce, uiuaua
Hee. y tu
VVALI I'AK 15 fpet lt,n: cheap.
WALL, A3C 3uK North loth St.
Q lJ Hex
CH1BBINU; Hr timbers, 80 feet and under:
seasoned hardwood lumber. Snjl Douglas.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Mortgage and several notes puj-aLle
to my order; reward for return. J. II.
Dumont, 3it2 Lafayette Ave. 'phone "eil
LOST Chinchilla fur boa, Wednesday aft
ernoon, on Furnain car or near corner
3!'th and Fainam. Return to No. 1 New
York Life Bldg. and receive reward.
LOST Pointer dog; return or notify; re
ward. H. J. Root, 1U21 8. 3uth Ave.
LOST In Omaha, or on car between
Omaha and Council Bluffs, $3o. If the
tinder will report to Dr. Todd, 504 Kar
baili Blk., offlee; residence, 2Mh and
Dewey Ave., tiiey will be rewarded.
O S19 26
LOST Ladies' gold watch Elgin i, on Jack
son, between loth and 11th Sts. Return
to Bee and get reward. O 129 27x
MANY opportunities are lost for tne lack
of money. Bowen's monev is easy to
get and easy to pay. 7"3 N. Y. Life. O
LOST On lth St., In front of cliy hall,
four volumes of short stories. "Classics,''
volumes 1, 2'. 4 and 5. Reward. Return
to Board f Health, city hall.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
CORN COBS at Westlawn Mills, 5"c a
load. 69th and Center. Q 845 30
STOVES For sale at a bargain, six good
"Round Oak" heaters. 2ul8 Davenport St.
Q S71 2Hx
OVERCOATS 130 new and second-hand
overcoats, CHEAP. 20S N. ltith.
CALENDAR PADS Ilurkley Printing Co.,
Omaha. Q Su2 D23
FOR SALE A Wilton carpet, 12x15, In
first-class condition. Call basement door,
814 8. 27th St: Q ?98 2S
FOR SALE Brnnd new No. 4 Densmoro
typewriter, delivered for $rt0. Address 1025
Burlington Ave., York, Neb. Q 115 26x
STANDARD Dictionary, 2 volumes; NEW;
H Russia, $12.75. Address A. C. Baker,
1029 22d, Des Moines, la. Q JW0 26
FREE! FREE!! FREE !! Beautiful par
lor rocker with every purchase of $10 or
over at our store this week. We sell on
OniRha Furniture & Carpet Co., l"0!-17ll-1213
Farnam St. Q39 26
HOUSEHOLD goods, a few left flt 902
North lfith St.; must be sold Immediately,
regardless of value. Q 130 2ix
I DON'T sell money, but my money Is
easy to get If you want It. Bowen, 7u3
N. T. Life. Q
STELLA AND REOINA music-boxes, suit
able for Christmas presents, to rinse out
at once regardless of cost; $15, $18. $24 and
up. These boxes are sold regularly for
$30. $0, $75 and up. Time payments ac
cepted. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.,
1407 Harney St. Tel. Iii23.
Q 173 2S
FOR SALE Rooming and boarding bouse,
near postofflce. Address O 6, Bee.
WK'PF, SQUARE. Cash or credit on stoves
ONCE tried ALWAYS patronized. Gate
City Fur. Co., 615 N. 16th. TM. 8785.
FOR SALE Two life sOiolarships on
Omaha bujinesa college. Address
Dwigiit Williams, Onmbit Bee, Omaha,
FOR SALE About fifty feet ornamental
galvaniied Iron cornice and ornamental
Iron posts, suitable for snow window Ad
ply superlnteuueiit Bee Bldg. Q Msio
FOR SALE New and second-hand biliiaid
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds'
easy payments. Send lor calai'.aue'
Brunswick-Balae-Coiiender, 407 ti. luth tit.'
Oinana, W 4M '
2D-HAND safe cheap. Derlght, U19 Far
nam. Q M9
TOVEB to select from at low prloei
cago Furniture Co., 1410-14111 Dod
FOR BALE Two 60-Inch by 16-feet boiler a
good for to pounds pressure, two 76-norse-power
maimo oolieis, new; one to-horse-power.
White A Middielon sasoaue en
gine at the Omaha Boiler Works.
Large size, cheap
H A. ST URGE 8, registered attorney; pat
tents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee uii.
less successful. 617 N. Y. LUe, Omaha.
F. J LARSEN & CO. patent lawyers.
ADVICE FREE. 6u3 Bee Bldg., lei.
PATENTS secured or money refunded,
tees reduced to $10. Address Sues A
Co. Washington. D. C. Advice free.
PATr..',T8 procured, bought snd sold. Na
tlonal Investment Co., ti Douglas but
GET out your patent. I will furnish the
money. Bowen, 7o3 N. Y. Life.
LYNCH BROS. JX'. JfE V ,??,:
Tel. 1477. R M26 D2J
Chapman & Mahan Repairs promptly done
Prices reasonable. 612 N. 16th. Tel. Red 564
A. 8AVARD, 4314 N. 34th. Tel. 6M2.
III t.DE BRAND Charles, ng-d . yenrs. at
his residence, 19Xs South Tenth, Novem
Funeral Piindiv, November IR, from res
idence at 1:3'X Interment Laurel Hill cem
Bralley ft Dorrance, 20ih and Cum. T. 6-1
HARRY B. DAVIS, 411 8. 13th. Tel. 12?T
DODDER. E. U, 2224 Cuming. Tel. 77.
TAGGART. 23d and Cuming. Tel. 714
PRINTING MEMORIAL CARDS; ar-
I Vm"C-t i r-v tlstic designs. S. E. Cor.
LTINLiblAL) ltith St, and Capitol Ave.
THE JENNINGS PTG. CO. for printing.
-1 1 U?PlJ 4 thS t; ;Fh on e 53)-". 773 Dec 20
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES-
OMAHA Seymour Camp
No. 16 will meet at
Myrtle hall, commencing
Wednesday evening. Oc
toiii.r 4th 1 U. If.
M. II. REDFIELl), Cons il Commander.
J NO. N. CRAWFORD. Clerk.
WANTED TO BUY
ANTIQUARIAN Book Store. 1220 Farnam;
highest price paid for 2d-hand boons.
Tel. F 2U5. N 1J7
WANTED TO BUY A desirable lot In a
good residence neighborhood; upper Far
nam street district preferred Ulve full
details. Address F-22. Bee otllce. N 111
MERCHANTS If you want to sell vour
stock at reduced price to close out, write
to F. O. Kucera, Tobias, Neb.. comnir
clal auctioneer. N Mf93 27
WE HAVE CUSTOMER for large piece of
trackage. Address F. D. Wead. 1321
Douglas St. N fU9 20
I HAVE A BUYER for a small sheep
ranch in eastern Colorado. What have
you? Write F. O. Kucera, Tobias. Neb.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for second-hand
furniture, etc. 'Phone 1039. N
WANTED To buv small steam boiler. G.
F. Llllle, Tekamah. Neb. N-st' 2x
We want to buy from the owners
for cash five more 5, 6 and 7-room
cottage homes. Must not be too far
from car line. Cottages must bo in
good repair and not too old. If you
have anything to sell or trade come
in and see us.
J. A. DAVIS & SON,
411 Bee Bldg.
WANTED-We wish to buv a standing
office desk, to 8 feet. Call, write or
'phone Mr. Evans. Piano Department
THE BENNETT COMPANY.
N 141 2il
TEN or more lots together, or from three
to ten acres suitable to divide Into a
subdivision, within four blocks of street
Hastings & Heyden, 1W94 Farnam St.
N 918 26
WANTED TO BUY-Vacant lot between
Farnam and Leavenworth and east of 2Uh
St. Submit oilers to Webster & Miller,
615 S. Kith St. N 134 26
IF YOU haven't the money, get it of
Bowen, 7i3 N. Y. Life. N
FOR women only. ' Dr. Raymond's Pills,
womon's monthly regulator, has brought
happiness to thousands of . anxious
women; no pain, no danger, no interfer
ence with work; relief in i to 6 days. We
have never known of a single failure.
Price. $2 by mail. Raymond s Monthly
Regulator in liquid. $3. Dr. R. O. Ray.
mond Remedy Co., Room 85, 84 Adams St.,
Chicago, 111. 4kj
LADIES. $1,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my Never - Failing ERGO
KOLO Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
most obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
Periods in 3 to 5 days without harm, pain
or interference with work. Mail $1 50
Double strength $2.00. "SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE. DR. B. H.
SOL'THINGTON CO., KANSAS CITY.
MO. M 236
BEST nerve bracer-for men. "Gray's
Nerve Food Pills' $1 box, postpaid.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
OPIUM and whisky habits cured at home
without pain; book of particulars sent
free. B. M. Wooley, M. 1)., Atlanta, (li.,
102 N. Pryor St. t
LADIES Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe, reliable. Take no
other. Send 4c stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles," In letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
DR. HUTCHINSON, specialist of women
und children. Office 22u5 Cuming. 'Phone
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, marvelous, mag
netic heuler; all kinds of weakness and
diseases treated; cure guaranteed. 807 N.
18th. Tel. Red 5736. T-191 lx
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 Soutn ICth St., upstairs.
Resultful prediction absolutely "ivea
MADAME BROWN Clairvoyant, tells life
long Becrets, locates lost articles, reads
the future and past. 1607 Howard HI.
8 1M 27x
MRS. CARRIB SMITH, sovereign ludy
queen of clairvoyants, trance medium and
palmist. 8i7 N. 18th. 'Phone Bed r.73'1.
S 1?'-' 'V.x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS tverywtiere. The New Snow
Church Co. main floor, N. Y. L. Tel. 131
J. M. Micfarland. 3"9 N. Y. I- Bldg. Tel. 6S6&.
WILLIAM WAPFICH-Succcssful lawyer
In prosecution and defense of civil and
criminal suits in all courts; legal docu
ments carefully prepared; notary public.
PI t reignton niocK.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 300 Douglas Blk.
DRES8MAKINO In families or- at hone.
Miss Sturdy, !M Davenport Tel. Harney
GET the money for your drei-s from
Bowen. Pay when convenient. 7u3 N. Y.
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. Y. L. Tel. 1664,
MRS. JOHN R. MUHICK. Osteopathy Phy.
slcian. Office. Neville Blk. Tel.
CUT RATE railway tlckels eveiywhere.
P. II. Phllbin. liuo Farnam. 'Phono 7S4
LARSON & JOHNSON. 1406 Farnam. Tel.
HE83 & 8WOBODA. 1115 Farnam. 927
L. HENDERSON, 151 Farnam. Tel. 125S.
CITY OKF1CI41. OTICF..
Sealed proposals are incited und will be
received by the i lly Clerk, room )''.. City
Hall, Omaha, Nebraska. or the purchase
of the sixteen-foot lrip of land adj'ilniiis
the west side of lot 4 block 31. city. All
proposals must tie sealed, marked "Pio
posals tor the Purchase of R.-tl Estate,"
and mutt be on hie In the City Clerk's
office on or IWoie Tuesd iv, November 2s.
16, st 6 o'clock p. in. '1 lie city reserves
th right to reject any or all bids.
Omaha, Nebraska, November IXv
W. H. tl.BOl'RM,
N22-d7t City Clerk.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
PROPOSALS FOR STREET IMPROVE-
Sealed proposals are Invited and will ,wf4
received by the City Clerk of tle City ofT1
Omaha on Tuesday. December n, 19o., at
o'clock p. m , In the Council Chamber In
the City Hall for the Improvement of 3&tll
avenue from Howard etreet to Jackson
street. In Street Improvement District Jso.
s;4. by ruiblng and paving. In accordance
llh Ordinance No. ti44
Bids for such Iniprox einent inns' be upon
asphalt, stone, vitrified brick, vitrided bi Ick
block, artificial stone or macadam and all
bidders are required to designate the local
ity, quarry, kiln or factory from which will
he furnished the specific material to b
used by them, with Its commercial designa
Proposals must be submitted upon blanks HjjH.
to or iiirnisMcti iy rne i ny t-.p.Kineer. wnn
will nlo furnish Instructions t,t bidders,
together with specifications and forms of
contract and bond, upon application at his
office, snd as evidence of good faith and
guarantee that contract will be entered
Into and good snd sufficient bond furnished,
should award be made thereon, each pro
posal must be accompanied bv a certified
check, payable to the City ot Omaha, 111
an amount not less than lo per cent of the
total of each bid, but In no case less than
Proposals must be addressed to W. H.
Flbourn. City C.erk, Council Chamber,
City Hall, and marked "Proposal for 8treet
Improvement District No. S34.
The City Council of the City of Omaha
reserves the right to refect any or nil bids.
Omaha, Nebraska, November 22. 1113
W. II. ELHOURN.
D6. City Clerk.
Sealed proposals are Invited and will be
received by the City Clerk of the City of
Omaha for the purchase of the vacated
strip of ground I" feet wide adjoining 17tii
street on tne west, netween Harney street
and St. Mary's aenue and lying between
lots 1 and 2. In block 115. Original Cit-,
and lot 1. block 1. E. Kountse Reserve
proposals must be In writing, sealed and
marked "Proposal for Purchase of ReaJ
EMHte." and must be addressed to W. H.
Elbourn. City Clerk, and filed in his offlct
on or befoie Tuesday, Novemncr 2S, 1903,
at 5 o'clock p. m.
Omaha, Nebraska, November 22, IW.
W. H. ELBOURN.
N2-d7t City Clerk.
Pursuant to order of court, entered No
vember 16, lift 5, 1 give notice that 1 will, on
Monday, November 27, 1W6. at 10 o'clock
A. M , at Mt North 17th street, Omaha,
Nebraska, sell the assets of tho Western
Anchor Fence company, including material
machinery, tools, fixtures, ottice furniture,
patent rights and every other species o(
property owned or enjoyed by tho Western
Anchor Fence companj'.
Said sale will be for cash and bids unac
companied by cash will not be considered.
, THOMAS H. McCAGUE.
Receiver western Alienor Fence company.
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History of the ! Boiled Dona.
It started In 1623.
A good harvest suggested It.
Governor Bradford planned it.
lie sent out men to hunt game.
The settlers gathered at this great feast.
"They thanked God with all their hearts"
on that day.
At that momentous meeting was set s
Fur long years this festival was pecullai
to New England.
Jite years It has been adopted by th
Jt was President Lincoln who first pro
claimed the national Thanksgiving.
One pictures the scant fare of tho Pil
grims, who had been here three years be
fore their crops Justified a celebration.
Their first winter was not such as war
ranted a celebration, as the wives of Brsd
ford and Win slow and the bride of Htu.ii -dinh
were among the many who perished.
The beautiful springtime saw them get
their real start. Among other buildings
they erected a church, which was a fort
ress us will, lour cannon being mounted
ui on It
Indeed, thete were long seasons of hard
work, often upon h ss than half rations,
before each man siarie I in for himself,
befoie the strucgllng colonics enjoyed this
fter Small taxpayers.
County Treasuier Kink nipnrl-, ihsi the
tux collections in hi n!t! e tm Novcm
lr 1. up to l'iida veiling, amount to
$116. 2M. During the coming week th pay.
incuts are expected to be heavy snd to go
far toward cleaning up the taxa Mill due.
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