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ff TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE; MONDAY, JFKBRUAKY 12, 1900.
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wlU ha delivered aa presentntloa of
' . DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL.
Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Teleg
raphy, Normal and English. Students
admitted any day. Catalogue free. Ad
drees H. B. Boylea, Pres., Boyles Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb. R-671
TO 29c, 35c, 50c AND 60c.
The Columbia Phonograph Co.
1621 Farnam St., Omaha.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent.
R i 1
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of tiro escapes, shutters, doora and
sale. O. Andreen. I'rop., 103 S. 10th St.
v; WETNESS. 'EM
Your bosom friends are safe with us. No
danger to your linen with our up-to-date
STEAM PRESSl Hbi MACHINE.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
209 and ill So. 11th St. Tel. Doug. J64.
R M4l M2
R-jIo Tioc R. RUMBKL & SON, 1124
Ddie I lCi No. nth St.. Omaha.
SIGN PAINTING. S. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
We can furnish plenty of food spring
water lew from 12 to 16 Inches thick for
11.60 per ton, free on board cars here.
Valentine Ice Co., Valentine, Neb.
R-M 835 16
BTEINWAY piano, upright, big bargain.
Perneld Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St.
CLOCK REPAIRING. I guarantee. W. J.
Richard., 2210 Cap. Avo. Tel. Doug. ,:4.
K MU F18
1NCUBATOR8. brooders and' chick food.
. Burr Incubator Co., 28th and Davenport.
l R-M301 F22
MARTIN MEYER, shlrU. underwear to or
der. R-M330 Feba
PC Dk" I American herbs. 1621 N. 21st
r ClMlNOBl Omaua, Neb. Tel Red 7Af .
, 4 R M4o M2
GUNSMITH, keys, trunk-locks, repairing.
Heflin, 217 & 14th. Tel. Douglas 2SM.
OMAHA Electric Works. Electrical repair
Prices light. ltA-13 N. 11th St. Tal.
' Doug. 1181. R-M356 F.24
WE BUY and sell typewriters. We will sell
your machine on a small commission.
Omaha Typewriter Exchange, 328 Nevlllt
WIK. Tel. Doug. 4D03. - K-154 Feb.20
KINDLING for sale; good wood, sawed and
split, ready for atove. BALBACH &
HAUEDORN Planing mill. Phono Har
ney 1683.- R M32 Feb 23
KLSAS8ER Sl BRICE.
Machinists. 317 8. 12th St. Tel. Doug. 6S37.
. . Rt7 Fabtt
214 N. 16th. Tel.
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co. 1919 Farnam
SURVEYING, BUckensfferfer, 312 Bee Bldg.
. . R 646
WHEN you want to buy, soil or exchange
a hotel or restaurant, sea Hart U Co., 4ol
N. Y. Life. Y-579
TO BUY OR SELL any business and for
best Information and quick action, see
MOATS, out Karbach block. , Y 680
ESTABLISHED FIRM-40 years In Omaha,
increases cupital stock and offers to sell
a limited amount of preferred stock,
which pay a i per cent dividends, guar
anteed, csyable semi-annually and return
able in nve years. Audi ess cure
aW. Y 849
LANDS, nidae. & town property for sale or
exchange. Interstate Exchange. Module, la
, . Y 451 Feb29
SMALL stock of groieries and fixtures;
good location and good established trade,
tor sale cheap If fatten at once. Fremont,
Neb,. 160 Main St. Y M832 U
l)H SALE A general merchandise stock,
doing a good business. In one of the best
towns In eastern Nenraska; a good dis
count for cash; Invoice about $ti.uOO. Ad
dress P 50, care Bee. Y 873 14
EXPERIENCED business man desires to
b-jy active half or tnlrd interest in es
tablished real estate and Insurance busi
ness in Omaha. Four years In business
in Omaha know city. Address P 62, caro
Bee. Y 8.8 lax
FOR SALE Hardware stock In county
seat of 2.01 0. doing good business; tinning
end plumbing. Address P 64. care Daily
Bee. - Y-M138 12x
WANTED Young blacksmith or wagon
maker, not over 28, who has about $500.
to Join with a large transfer company;
more Information. People'a Loan and
Trust -Co., Uncoln. Neb. Y 106 12
DRESSMAKING in families or at home.
Mlsa Sturdy, 2606 Davenport. Tal. Harney
LADIES' shirt waist suita our specialty.
Burgess, . 20i4 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 4113.
FOR expert dressmaking assistance, 'phone
Douglas Sill. 3SS Feb2&
FABHIUMAtsut; aressmaxer will take a
small imgunt or additional work. SpeO'
tally, shirt waist suits, evening waists
and dresses. Mis Bowles. 'Phone Red
638;. sa. ebaux
DRESSMAKING by day In families; ex
rerienced in cutting and designing. lu
N, 19th. 6SU F27X
MR9. ROYS, cloaks, ladles' tailoring and
evening gowns. 'Phone 2476. 2504 Dav'pt
M-623 Mar 1
M' DO WELL'S school.
1623 Far., room 24.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
CDCWrH GERMAN AND SPANISH.
rit:liL.Il, CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF
LANGUAGES. Pavldge Bldg., 18th Farn.
LETQVSKY'S union orchestra. Tel. Dg.7aot
1 M406 F-2
PRIVATE Instruction in German, French.
Spanish, Italian, English and history;
classes formed. Zella, F. Helns. No. i.
Hamilton Flat 53 Feb29x
Lelaons at pupils' homes. !23S Farnam St
Tel. Red 63 -4129 lSx
ALK8MF.N to handle new advertising
enopoaOkme:. exclusive territory; splendid
il-(xir4unity fur hustlera. Owens Bros.-
. Hllison Co.. Boston, Mass. LM14V 12x
IWAWTCn MAI P HF P ' I lih n humuuj . '"- ; ;
i i n
n nn tew . . . . , -
We, hare about UTO.OM ruble yards of dirt
to move In lateral ditchee. near Huntley,
Mont. We wish to sublet this work
by the vard and Rome email dltohee bv
the mile. If you want a good paying
contract and a long Job, address
THB PIPER BROS. CO., Huntley. Mont.
DRl fl stores bought and sold Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest, 624 N. T. L.
WANTED Gordon press feeders.
Rout. inc.. 1210 Howard St.
WANTED For V. 8. Army, ablebodlod
men between agea of 21 and 85; citizens of
1'nlted 8tates, of good character and tem
perate hs tilts, who can speak, read and
write English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Office. 13th and Douglas Sts.,
Omaha; Lincoln and Grand Island. Neb.,
or Sioux Citv, la. B 172
Scholarship In an Omaha business college
for sale at a bargain. Address L 61, care
Bee.' B 844
WANTED Men to learn bnrber trade.
Hundreds of grnduatcs wanted through
out this territory. Our diplomas mean
top wages. Few weeks completes. Can
nearly earn expenses. Positions wait
lug. Call or write Moler Barber Col
lege, 1116 Farnam Bl. B MM" 15x
BOARD OB' TRADE bitrber shop, 160 Far
nam; b.st service; nine chairs; no long
wilting; shaving. 10c; hair cutting, 2oc.
B 843 Febl4x
BOY-Burgess Shirt Co., 21st and Farnam,
B M410 F 2s
WANTED A good live man who lias had
experience In moving buildings: will pay
good wages and give steady work by day
or month or year. I. A. Murphy. Sioux
Falls, S. D. B 7a5 Mch4x
WANTED Non-union compositors. $0; 54
hours; stoneman. $22.50; steady work.
Greeley Printer-. St. I.ouis, Mo.
YOl'NG MEN for Ry. braking and llring.
Address Ry. Dept., 209 8. 12th, Oinuha.
n MHtil M7
WANTED Good hurnessmukers: also sad
dlemakers. on high-grade hand-made
work; good pay and steady work f'.ir good
men. Fremont Saddlery Co., Fremont,
Neb. B MSXU 18
YOUNG men wanted to learn telegraphy
and railway business. Oldest school.
Every graduate placed. W. B. Skelton,
Sallna. Kan. B-MS52 FeblXx
WANTED Men to accept bargains In land,
hotel and gallery. R. S. Koffruth. Litch
field, Neb. D M803 M5X
WANTED FEMALE HELP
GOOD girl' for general housework at 2833
California St. C-745
WANTED A girl for general housework,
small family. 2f Pierce St. CM 856 10
WANTED Experienced lady nssorter.
Bluff City laundry, Council Dluffs.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work: small family; $6 per week. l')S 8.
36th St. CM-:'17 12
JAPANESS;. speaks good English, wants
work In kitchen as help of cook: hotel or
boarding lioie. Address S 7, Ree.
A MJU6 12x
AGENTS wanted everywhere to sell our
popular policies, covering all accidents,
diseases and occupations; something en
tirely new and Issued by this society
only; easily understood and easily sold;
cjst but $6 per annum each, payable
monthly if desired; large commissions
paid Immediately and exclusive territory
allowed. Address National Accident So
ciety, 20 Broadway, New York. Estab
lished 20 years. , J M5S4Mchi
AN, EXPERIENCED Investment. .solicitor
to promote a hlgh-grado realty Invest
ment Address Frisco-Santa fi'o Lmd
and Development Co., 414 Bee lildg.,
Omaha. Neb. . ... , J-mSII'I 17
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAINS, any else.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAlivr. bhoimuii & McConuell Drug Co.,
Omaha. Q 662
HALL'S safes, new, 2d hand.
GENUINE Hall s safes.
1110 Farnam St.
Q-M936 Feb. 18
FOR SALE At a bargain, material In stone
wail at l.in and Douglas Sts. See R. W.
Baker, superintendent Bee building, or
C. C. Rosewater, Bee buiincss office.
FOR SALE-Two life
Omaha business college. Address
Williams, Omaha Bee. Omaha. Neb.
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If vou want a bargain in steam fittings call
and look over lite following supplies:
1.8-mch Austin's horizontal separaior.
1 4-inch Austin s vertical separator.
These have been taken out on account of
cnuiiges in our steam plant and ure In
good, condition. Address Bee Building
Co., or see W. II. Bridges, engineer, tseu
Bldg , Omaha. Q 642
100 SINGLE iron beds, springs and mattres-
m, eu.cn, voiupieie; woi 111 $o. iUIS u vpt.
Q -M4u7 F26
MILCH COWS, on easy terms.
F1R SALE At a discount, duo bill from
one of the most desirable life insurance
. companies, which may be applied on a
lirst year's premium: any one considering
inning on i n iiuuey van sa a money
Address P 67, care lice. Q buj
PIANO FOR SALE-Party who purchased
piano only a few weeks ago will sell it
at a aiscouni irom tne cusn price paid,
Address P 63, care Bee. Q 9U6
cable. In good
feet H-inch hoisting
condition. Apply 4u
Q MU23 12
OROCERS coffee mill,
cheap. 308 No. 16th St.
W M 121
A NEW DEPARTURE.
During our removal sale we are selling
new nigu graae pianos on tne unprece
aeniea terms or o.ou casn and W.vu per
liioniii, n iiu ni n nnvina Ol ta 10 910U.
BCHMOIJER & Ml ELLLR PIANO CO..
mi iiarury oi., umana.
WfcJ mavis ror sale $6,500 nrst mortgage
ou lOu acres of land worth $ii,uu, dua lil
5 per cent. Jefferia 4k Howell, 312 Bee
PIANO Square. $10; 60 cents weekly. Per
field Piano Co.. 1611 Farnam fell. Q 668
W E TRUST EVERYBODY, easy navm.n,.
and lead the world In cheap prices on
billiard and pool tables and bar fixtures:
catalogue free. The Brunswick Balke
couencer vo.. ui o. ivtn tst., Omaha, Neb.
CRIBBING, fir timbers, 80 feet and under;
seasoned hardwood lumber. 9ul Douglas.
frvo STOVES to select from at low prices.
Chlcaga Furniture Co.. 1410-1413 Dodge St
SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEBRASKA.
The famous Old Trusty Incubators; made
by Johnson, the Incubator man. Send
for 124-page free catalogue. 260 poultry
illustrations. Mj M. Johnson Co.. Clay
Center, Neb. Q 6gu
SECOND-HAND BTEINWAY UPRIGHT
piano; big bargain. 818 McCague Bldg.
TWO ROLLER top desks, office chairs, flat
top desk, typewriter, all good as new,
will sell at liberal discount. R. W. Baker.
Superintendent Bee Bldg. Q 4f72x
FOR 8ALE At a bargain, bar fixtures and
glassware, cigars and stock of The Ixibby,
formerly located In Bee building. Ad
dress P 63. care Bra. Q ku2
whole family should advertise
its needs in these wants.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
private dining rooms, cafe.
FURNISHED room with hot and cold
water, gas, electric light and telcpohne,
for gentleman, 217 8. 26th St. E 6&6
ROOMS and good board. 15 per week and
up. Call 1617 Chicago St. K 597
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
Oxford European Hotel.
E M485 FebSl
WELL furnished, modern, steam heated
rooms. 22;)4 Farnam,. Flat 6. Tel. Doug.
2m E 781
PRIVATE FAMILY, elegant aulta t rooms,
striotly modern, 2310 Webster. Tel. S39.
NEWLY furnished rooms, 2534 Davenport;
walking distance. E 432
NICELY furnished steam heated rooms,
with or without board; reasonable. Mid
land Hotel, lilth und Chicago. K M521
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms:
board If desired. J19 S. I'ith, near Farnam.
E MVi9 13
THE FARNAM 19t h and Farnam Sts.
E M4S5 Febll
NICELY" furnished room for one or two.
new mid strictly modern, close In. Tel.
Douglas 73"9. A few honrdcrs raij lie
accommodated. 2204 Douglas. K 941
ONE or two neatly furnished rooms, mod.
ern, near town, suitable for light house
keeping. Address S 3, Bee. E 173 l;ix
EXCELLENT south front, modern fur
nished room with alcove, for one or two;
meals close; 'phone n house. Dr. Prih
bennw. 2571 Harney St. E M222
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O.M.E. Haul Trunks
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
4 modern rooms, parlor floor. 15W) 8. IJstli St.
11 M 774
THREE unfurnished rooms,
and light, $22.10 per month.
G 9.i4 15x
3 ROOMS, first floor, with heat, light and
water; $.T0. 1S21 Farnam St. i M93I
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES
FURNISHED cottage; five rooms; mod
ern; good location; no children. Address
Y 6. care nee. 4U ibx
HOUSES FOR" ENT
i40IIQPQn Bl1 parts ol the city, it
nUUOWu. Peters & Co.. Bee Blda.
UOIIQP1" Parts of the city. The
w w w w u. jjavls
CO., 5U8 Bee Bldg.
Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
CHOICE MODERN HOME.
Nine rooms and baru, Vi block from 24th
car. Blnney St Tel. Harney 630. D-606
ROOM house, 1530 South 28th. Clarke
Powell, 2044 Farnam bl. 'Phone 921.
SEE US when shipping household goods to
large ciU'S west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 14 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug, llivi.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack.
move and store 11. n. goods, btorenouse,
1120-24 N. lDlb. OtHce, LillS Farnam.
Tel. Doug. 1569. D 602
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Uoug. H!). ooicc, i.u "fo
uler St. D-603
l-ROOM modern house, except furnace. $20.
C. M. Uaclimann, J raxion uik. leu
Red 2639. . D 224
J. SCHWARTZ. Moving Va
Tel. Doug. JU40.
2218 CHICAGO. 8 rooms, modern, $30; 2M3
Woolwortn Ave., it rooms, muuurn, aj;
others. Ringwult Bros., Barker Blk-
CENTRAL 4-room corner flat
FIVE-ROOM modern house and barn. 2409
N. 20tli. t
FOR RENT Nine-room house, east front.
668 So. 28tl St., 4U per inontu. u. w.
Loo mis. D 44a
NINE rooms, modern,
3112 Mason Ft., $30
12th St. D 769
month, owner, a b.
HOUSE Six rooms, city water. 3009 Frank
lin St.. $11. Dexter Lu 1 nomas. 412 nee.
D 800 20x
9 no A-rooin modern bouse, with range:
references. 1,111 o. om. x-none inuniu.
46W. D-M126 12
8 ROOMS, modern. 406 N.
D M206 17x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building, 417 M am at,, bouiu umana.
Apply to manager. iim
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing. 44x100; three noors ana Dasemeni,
elevator; will rent 22xlu0 separately;
1003-05 Farnam St. Inquire 314 First .Na
Uonal Bank Bldg. 1- 847
FOR RENT FARMS
FOR RENT Two good dairy farms, aouut
two miles south of Council Bluffs post-
office; one farm has about 2u0 acres,' of
which 20 acres Is In alfalfa. 80 acres under
cultivation, about 40 acres In pasture and
the balance in nay land. Ine other place
has 140 acres, part under cultivation and
part in pasture and hay land. The rent
on these farms Is only $2.60 per acre
Both places are well Improved. Apply
to Leonard Everett, Council Bluffs, la.
H. A. 8TURGES, registered attorney; pat
ents, iraae marus, cupyriguis; no lee uii'
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
F. J. LARSON at CO., patent lawyers.
patent book iree. uee uiag., omaba. Neb,
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured, inventions developed, drawings,
patterrs, castings, machine work. 6u4-61
B. luin ei. 6)17
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional investment to.. 04 jjouglas Block,
IP YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
get iu Zr-ltoi
WANTED Nebraska or Dakota land In ex- I
change ror improved lowa farm. Give
description and price in first letter. J.
M. Chappell. Independence, la.
WANTED To trade one-half section of
Boone county laifri for stock of general
merchandise. Wilson 4k Kleater. St. Ed
ward. Neb. 2-M921 16x
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FARMS and city homes. Kemp, Real-Ks-later,
Blair, Neb RE-
FOR SALE A home worth $TO,uOO for $13.
Ouo; weat side. Addreaa L 17. Bee.
OWNER'S home, ft rooms, modern, 21S0 8.
34th. near school, park car and Field dull.
Make ofler. Address 8 8, Bee.
9 rooms, modern, 3113 Mason St.; part cash,
bal. monthly. See owner, 209 S. 12th St.
RE M70 Marchi
FOR SALE Store, lots and stock clean
general merchandise; consideration, 34,Oi;
snap If tnfeen soon; 20 miles from Sioux
City on Omaha road. Address P 43, care
Bee. RE M802 30x
cl- Williamson Co. J .Vf'
FOR SALE Large house, two barns and
two full lota, on N. 18th St., only S4.50V.
This is a bargain.
Room 1. New York Llfu Bldg.
THB Glover Cuban lnd Co., R. 3, N. Y. L.
Ulils , Omaha, Hell lands in Cuba. Round
trip Omaha to Havana. 357.85. RE 7
A NORTH-SIDil BARGAIN-S3.60U.
New 7-room, all modern, hot water heat,
good barn und shed; one of the best
built houses In Omaha ; owner leaving
city. Cull 2417 Charles street.
RE M 830 12
H UTCH I NSO N . HO LLARD COM PAN Y
OFFERS FOR SALE
3-room house and burn. 62x130. near 21th
Hnd Cuming; price, 31.850 only; II1") cash,
balance at 5 per rent Interest.
6- room house. mt water heat, il.'uO.
Nice eaist front lot on K3d St., $75o.
Two tine lots front ooo to $; paved street
and corner. -
7- room mod-rn house, fl.irOO.
1H23 Farnam St.
RE M 184 13
FOR SALB Nice 6-room cottage south
part of city, two blocks from boulevurd;
big yard, nhade nnd fruit trees; a bar
gain. Call 8()1 Brown Blk. RE M15S
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ac Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payna Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on lesldence property; 6
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemis,
F. D. Wead. 1520 Douglas.
I GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam: city loans, 6
ariu Bs per ceui tiiiuvs, no auiay
!1.000,0n0 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennaai, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
6 & 64 PER CENT loans on city property
W. H. Thomas. 1st National Bank Bldg.
WANTED City Wans. R. C.
Peters & Co.
FARM, CITY AJTD BUILDING LOANS.
Reed Bros., 171 Farnam St W 631
WANTED SOME LOANS OF $1,000 TO
$2,000. BREEN & BLOOM, 613 BEE BLDG.
LOW RATES O.. F. Carson Co, 413 N.
Y. Life. W 389-teb25
WANTED $5,600 at 6 per cent; oecurlty,
HO.ono real estate ana personal prnnerty.
Address P 56. Ree. W-M8D8 16x
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
WANT TO BORROW MONEY
Much or little, on furniture, pianos, live
stock or on your salary, don t hesitate to
come to us. You can pay us back to suit
your convenience1. Charges as low as any
and much less thsn many. No red tape.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.. 119 Board of
Trade Bldg. Tel. Pouglus 2295. 3i 8. 1tlth
St. 1 Established 1892.) X-M303
MONEY at rates Dut li,tle higher than
1111 charged by banks. Every
one can afford to borrow now.
We loan money to people holding a
steady position. No endorser required.
Also on pianos and furniture without re
moval. Loans made without publicity or
knowledge of anyone. No charges of any
kind taken out In advance. Pay back In
small weekly or monthly payments. Open
every evening. Take elevator to third
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
807-308 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam.
DR. PRIBENOW'S PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, etc., in any amount, at less than
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payments suspended in case of
sickness or tiut of employment. Room
214 Karbach Blk.. 209 S. 16lh St. X-612
$$ INDEPENDENCE $ $
Why oe obligated to others? It's easy to
get money of me. No rd tape. Pay
when you can. BO WEN, 703 N. Y. Life.
Open evenings until 7. X J2
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices in 63 principal cities, lol-
inaii, room 714 New York Life Bid
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. Doug. 746. isi-i Paxton Blk.
SEE the Western Loan company for furni
ture, diamond and salary loans, 331 Ne
ville Blk., 16th, and Harney. Tel. Doug.
FURNITURE, Live Stock, Salary Loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., Room 6 Barker
Block. X 183
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X 614
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Xteed, 31 S. IX.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all bvslueaa confidential. 13ul Douglas.
FOR SALE FARMS
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
tow prices; ten years time. Land iepi
U. P. R. R., Omaha. Neb., Dept "A.
SECTION 36-10-15. Buffalo county. Ne
braska, 320 acres cultivated, balance pas
ture, fenced; good soil, good buildings.
Price, $1.6u0, ensy terms. Address owner,
443 Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
FARM FOR SALE 160-aere farm, fair Im
provements, no better soil in Nebraska
$50 per acre If sold at once. Address F.
W. Berck, Boelus, N'b. H M144 2
t ACRES. 3U miles northwest of Benson:
all In cultivation, l-ruuni house; $4.00 per
L. L. JOHNSON CO..
'Phone Red 124. Room I Barker Blk.
Tel. Doug. 254.
311 S. liui bl.
JOIN THE "HOSPE POPULAR SHEET
MUSIC CUT RATE CLL B." Save you
one-half your aheet music bills, or give
you twico as much music fur your money.
Write us for particulars or call at tha
sheet music department. A. Hoapa Co.,
1613 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
for urtca UMt
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Doug. 19J6.
nAAriNPTIr treatment & Baths. Mme.
nirttJi'MC 1 IV-smith. 118 N. 15. 2d tt.. r. J.
DR. JACKSON, R. 4. Frenrer block.
Chronic diseases a bpeclalty. Consulta
tion free. U
ANY POOR GIRL in need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home.. for women at 3814 N. 24tli
St.. Omaha, Neb. U-M100
OMAHA Stammerer Institute.
Pianos delivered at once, 1 weekly. All
iiush: lessons tree. JulN Nov . Perlleld
Piano Co.. 1UU 1'ariiaiu St. . U 610
2W S. 2oMl Tel.
U Mi:i) Mai l
PRIVATE home during confinement; babiesi
boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gurdell, L216
Charles. Tel. Doug. kill. U 6J6
THE Salvation Army solicits cost-olt cloth
ing; In fact, anything you do noi need,
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. lit'.)
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 41tf and wagon
will cal'. U 611
WE RENT sewing machines. 75c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines, $5 to $10. .Neb. Cycle Co.
Tel. Doug. 16vU. Cor. lulh and Harney.
FREE medical and uutglcal treatment a
Crclghlon Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special r.ttention puid to con
finement cases: ail treatment supervised
by collece professors. 'Phone Doug. 1167.
Calls answered day or night. U 129
'Phone Doug. 701 and a man will call nnd
tune your piano, $2. Perfleld Piano Co.,
1611 Furnam. U 044
WE TAKE CARE of clothing bv the
month. 1 SOl'Kl'P & CO.. expert clean
ers and dyers, 518 S. 13th St. Tel. Doug.
172S. U M155 F20
OMAHA PRESSING CC.
Clothes cleaned and repaired; satisfaction
guaranteed. Prices moderate. Tel. Doug.
6666, lCtli and Douse bil. U 009.
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no injec
tions. Call or write for booklet. Quick
cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg.,
Omaha. U 643
SYRINGES, rubber goods by mall; cut
prices. Myers-Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha.
U 290 F21
MRS. M. KITTENHOCSE,
412 ISO. ifeth. Room 2, second Floor.
, U M914 F17
PRIVATE hospital during confinement. Ba
biea adopted. Best and cheapest in the
city. 2319 8. 13ta til.. Omaha, Neb.
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1505 Farnam.
MANICURING, shampooing, scalp treat
ment, facial massage; thoroughly tlrst
ciass work. Lulie Bryant, 316 Hee Bldg
MME. PA REE of N. Y.-Shaving, Facial
Massage, Manicuring. 209 Douglas Blk.
U MiM Fix
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies adopted. Call at 8u9 N. 22d; terms
reasonable. 'Phone Red 5990.
ADROIT HAIR BA.AAR
removed from lO-'O Douglas street to
rooms $-4-6, Arlington Block, 1511 Dodge,
Mrs. Inza Spainliower Savage, prop. Tel.
Douglas 2660. U M799-M5
MASSAGE specialist for chronic diseases.
Joseph Ruben, room 218. Bee Bldg. Tel.
661, Omaha; 27 years' experience; work
guaranteed. U M833 Mch6
Lleben. Tel. 4115.
U MM MchS
Mrs. Dr. King.
21K No. 21st HI.
Dp. 8HIPMAN. Specialist Diseases of the
neart. liver ana stomacn. 618 Bee Bldg.
GIVE the genuine French ,paek for the
face, also the famous Radio Bell bleach
ing process. It does not make the face
sore and bleaches from four to six shades
lighter In a single treatment. Miss Haul,
2 Neville Blk. 'Phone. Doug. 61S5.
IT M 134 17
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond's Pills,
women's monthly regulator, has brought
happiness to thousands of anxious
women; no pain, no danger, no Interfer
ence with work; relief In 3 to 6 days. We
have never known of a single failure.
Price, $2 by mail. Raymond's Monthly
Regulator in liquid, $3. Dr. R. G. Ray
mond Ke nedy Co., Room 35, 84 Adams St.,
Chicago, 111. 647
LADIES. 81,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my ivever-r auing ERGO
KOLO Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
most obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
Periods in 3 to 6 days without harm, pain
or interference with work. Mall $1.60.
Double strength $2.00. "SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE. DR. B. H.
SOUTHINGTON CO., KANSAS CITY.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills i nox. posifwia. Diierman
& McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. 649 i
THE National Mutual Fire Insurance com
panv, McCague Bldg.. writes fire, light
ning and tornado Insurance on both city
and farm property. A home Institution
and receiving extended patronage of
Omaha people. 'Ph-jne Douglas 695.
LARSON JOHNSON. 1406 Farnam. Tel,
Douglas 1935. . -
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllbin. 1506 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS-
Church Co., main floor,
The New Snow
N. Y. L. Tel.
J. M. Macfarland.
T. L. Bldg. TeL
MORAND'B private or class less ms: adults,
Tues. and Fri.. 8 p. m. Tel. Douglas lo4l.
CHAPMAN A MAHAN. Repairs promptly
done. Prices reasonable. 6li N JJjth. Tel.
Red 5864. 327 Feb23
ROSR Albert Price, Sunday afternoon, at
3 o'clock, son of Joseph U. and Minnie M.
Funeral at St. Rarnshas' church on Tues
day. February 13. 11", at 4 o'clock. Inter
ment at ProspectHlll.
Hoffmann Gentleman, 70J N. Mth. T. 6694.
I YNCSTAn High-grade 1906 Calendar
o ,)hJ.f.. 8 E. Cor. 16th St. and
& JORVb Capitol ATe. -7M
TUB JENNINGS PTO CO.,
1mr.DA A CO.. Una
rW I tlrt joio Howard. Tel
DOUGLAS Pit Co.
loiW Howard. Tel. 644.
FOR SALE HORSES. WAGONS
GOOD large barn for rent at 27th and
Leavenworth Sts., $15. N. P. Dodge 4k
Co.. 1614 Farnam St. P 669
FOR SALE 60 heud big mules, good age,
sound and well broke. Forty head big
horses, at our feeding barns at Pacific
Junction. la. Omaha office, 833 Board of
Trade Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 170S.
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 South 16th St., upstairs.
Rcsultful prediction absolutely given.
REV. EDWARDS, psychometric Independ
ent medium, gives names and predicts for
tune. Room 1. Patterson block. 17th and
Farnam. S-M234 17
LOST AND FOUND
LOST English bull-dog; one brown eye;
large brass collar. Tel. 4286 Lost 448
LOST-Pig. welKht about 135 lbs. Return
to 33d and Vinton; reward.
JOHNSON Institute. 418 N. Y
L. Tel. Doug.
D. O. and M.
HESS 8WOBODA. 1413 Farnam.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy lumber yard with good
territory; give full particulars, amount of
stock 011 hand, etc. S 2, care Bee.
FENCE your lawn with Iron or wire fence
made by Anchor Fence Mfg. Co.. 205-7 N.
17th St. Tel. Red 814. 649 M!
Wnen You .Write to
remember it only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that you
saw the ud. In The Bee.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the South Platte l.and Co. will be held at
the office of .said company In Lincoln. Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock a. m.. on the 7th day
of March. A. D. 19W.
By order of the board of directors.
C. H. MORRILL, President.
A. B. MINOR, Sjcretary.
Llncom, Nebraska, Feb. 3, 1906.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IXION STATION TKJiTH AND MARCY
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 1:18 am
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm a 6:10 pm
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 4:16 pm a 9:30 am
California A Ore. Ex.. a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited. ...all :3o am al0:46 pm
Fast Mall a 1:55 nm a 8:80 pm
Colorado Special a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a S:10 am a 4:50 pm
Beatrice Local b 3:15 pm b 2:00 pm
Chicago, Rock Island at l'aclfla.
Chicago Limited a 3:3 am a 7:10 am
Chicago Express .a 7:00 am a :5o pm
Chicago Express, Locai.bl' :! am a 4:30 pm
Des Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll 50 am
Chicago Fast Express, .a 5:40 pm a 1:15 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd.. a 7:20 sm a 3:15 am
Colorado Express a 2:05 pm a 4:55 pm
Oklahoma & Texas Ex. a 4:40 pm al3:0 pm
Chicago A Northwestern.
St Paul Daylight a 7:60 am 10:00 pm
Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:38 Dm 9:15 am
Carroll Local a 4:3S pm 1:60 am
St. Paul Fast Mall a 8:28 pm 7:06 am
Sioux C. & St. P. Local . D s:tu pm e 9:36 am
Chicago Express a 8:5i pm
Norfolk ft Bonesteel....a 7:40 am
Lincoln tt Long Plne...e 7:40 am
Casper & Wyoming e z:6t pm
Dead wood & Lincoln. .a 8:50 pm
Hastings & Albion b 2:60 pm
Chicago Local all :30 am
Chicago Limited all:00 pm
Chicago Great Western.
6t Paul Minn a 8:3e pm
St Paul St Minn a 7:45 an.
Chicago Limited a6:U0pm
Chicago Express a 5:06 am
g 7:80 am
a 6:15 pm
n 7:1s am
a 7:M pm
alO SO am
a 1:30 pm
u, Tnls F.xnress
a 6:30 pm a 8:40 am
c 1 .,.uis Ixical (from
Council Bluffs) a 8:15 am al0:80 pm
Stanberry Iocal (from
Council Bluffs) b 5:00pm bll:30am
Chicago, llllwaakea It. Paal.
Chicago & Colo. Speo'L.a 7:55 am a 7:35 am
California & Ore. Ex. ..a 6:4 om a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:A pm a 8:20 am
Marlon Ik. Cedar R. Lo..b 6:45 am bll:00 pm
Chicago Express a 8:0" am a 8:56 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
Minn. & St. Paul Ex..b8:o0am o 8:56 pm
Ulnn. 8t. Rtui Lid. .a 8:30 pin a 7.J0 am
St. Louis Express a 9:00 am a 6:80 pro.
K. C 4c u L. Express, .all :1a pm a 6:ou pre
Bl'RLIKGTON STATION IOTII M ASO
Denver California. ...a 4:10 pm
a S:3i pm
a 6 3 J pm
a 7:lu am
a 6:3) pm
a 7 :4i) pm
a 7:4o pm
a :'d sin
a H & am
a 7:10 am
a 8:3) am
a 2:00 pin
a 7 -5 am
a 3:55 pm
a 7::'5 sin
a 10. 2 pm
all 3) am
a 6:45 am
a 8:10 pm
Black Hills a iu pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 illl
Northwest Express. .. .1 .all :10 pm
Nebraska Ixe.l a 8:u am
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am
IJncoiu IxK-al ..........
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:15 pm
Ft Crook & Plaitsm'h.b 8:5" pm
Bellevue & Plattsm'h. . .a 7:fl pm
Bellevue J ac. juno...a am
vtellevne iV Puc. Juno.. .a 9:10 am
.a 7: -'6 am
.a 4:0(t pm
.a 8:16 pm
.a 9:15 am
.a 4:45 pin
St Iouts Express
Jos h. . a Hi 45 pin
Jus h..a 9:15 am
Kansas City-St. Jos h..a 4:45 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT IBTH at WEBSTER
Nebraska Local, via
Chicago, at. Pnnl,
Twin rity Passenger...
,b 8:60 pm
bl2 80 pm
....b 8:30 am b 8:10 pm
....a 2.00 pm all:20am
....b 6:46 pm b 9:10 am
....c 8:46 am 8.00 pm
Sioux City Passenger
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Del!"
except Saturday, c Sunday only. Dally ex
FORT P. A. RUSSELL, WYO, FER. 7.
lit,; Senled proposals for furnishing and
Installing 132 storm windows on two double
Infanlrv barracks and two artillery bar
racks here will be received until 10 a. m.,
mountain time. March 10. 11. and then
opened. Information furnished on applica
tion Envelopes containing proposals should
be Indorsed "Proposal for storm windows
and addressed Robert Alcxnnder. (.sptaln
and tunrterninster. FV9-10-1Z M-
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Robinson. Neb., Jeb. 6. 1906.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will b re
ceived until 10 a. m.. western standard
time, March 6. 1905. for remodeling old
st and signal ottice here. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals will be marked "Pro;
nosals for Remodeling Building No. i4.
and addressed 11. C. Whitehead. Construct
ing Quartermaster. Feb9-10-12 Mch2-I
V. 8. ENGINEER OFFICE. ROCK is
land, 111.. Feb. 10. 19116. Sealed pro
posals for Lock In Mississippi River near
Mollne. III., will be received here until
12 m.. March 12. 19n and then publicly
opened. Information furnished on applica
tion. C. 8. Rlche. MaJ. Engrs.
F10-12-13-14 M9-18 .
THE SOLDIER'S PRAYER BOOK
l ntqne Demonstration of the Re
llglona Manlflcanee of at
Pack of Cards.
"Good, old boy, you ought to have been
exonerated." muttered Senator Clarence D.
Clark of Wyoming to himself aa he sat at
the large desk In the eenate committee
room on railroads the other day.
The correspondent observed that the sen
ator was reading a letter written in a
quaint old style, and evidently penned
many years ago.
"Once In a while I glance over this old
scrap book," said Senator Clark In ex
planation of his former remark. "There
are some things in here that are worth
"To what particular communication do
you refer?" I nsked.
"To th story of the soldier's prayer
book," replied the senator. "It Is an
Interesting communication and describes
how one Richard Mlddleton was taken
before the mayor of a New England town
for playing cards in church. The story
Is quaintly told by John O. Smith. In his
own language. You may be Interested
In reading It." ,
The correspondent glanced over the
communication and herewith reproduces It
One Sunday morning Richard Middle
ton, a soldier, attended an Episcopal
church at an Interior town In New Eng
land. While the minister was In the midst
of his sermon the soldier took from lit"
pocket a puck of cards and spread them
out before him. The town marshal, who ,
was present, Immediately commanded the
soldier to put up the cards and added,
"this Is no place for one to play cards."
"I am not playing cards; I am only
looking at them," the soldier replied.
"No matter, put them up," snld the
marshal. The soldier obeyed. When leav
ing the church the soldier was again
accosted by the marshal who said:
"Toung man, you must come with me."
"Where to?" Inquired the soldier.
"Before the mayor," said the marshal.
"What for?" anxiously asked the sol
dier. "For playing cards in church .during
divine services," said the marshal.
The soldier accompanied the marshal to
the mayor's office.
"Your honor. I liave brought this man
before you for playing cards In church,
during divine services," said the marshal,
"and I hope you will punish him accord
ingly." "I was not playing cards; I was only
looking at them and oan give a very
clear description ef thlsvpadt -of cards if
your honor will permit me," protested the
The mayor replied that If he could not
give a clear account of himself and the
cards he would be punished more severely
than any man who had ever been brought
before his court.
"Very well." said the soldier. "I will
commence with the ace. When I look at
the ace It reminds me that there Is but one
God. When I look St the deuce It reminds
me of the Father and the Son. When I
look at the tray It reminds me of the Holy
Trinity, the Fnther. Son and Holy Ghost.
When I look at the four spot It reminds of
the four evangelists preaching the gospel,
namely. Matthew. Mark. Luke and John.
When I look at the five spot It reminds mu
of the five wise virgins who trimmed their
lamps; there were formerly ten, but Ave
were discarded. When I look at the six
spot It reminds me that In six days God
created the earth. When t look at the
seven spot It recalls to my mind that on
the seventh day God rested from alt his
work that he had crested and made beau
tiful. When I look at the eight spot It re
minds tne of the eight persons who were
saved when God destroyed the world by a
flood Noah, his wife and his three sons and
their wives. When I look at the nine spot
It puts me In mind of the nine lepers who
were cleansed by our Lord and Saviour.
Jesus Christ. There were ten. but one
never returned, thanks to God. When I
look at the ten spot it puts me In mind of
the ten commandments that God gave
Moses en Mount Sinai written on a tablet
of stone. When I look at the queen it puts
me in mind of the queen of Sheba, who
came from the farthest parts of the earth
to hear the wisdom of King Solomon, she
being as wise a woman as he was a man.
She bro'.irjht fifty boys und girls all clothed
In boys' apparel to see if he could distin
guish the boys from the girls. He could
not tell until he called for water and di
rected them to wash their hands. The girls
washed up to their elbow's and the boys
only washed to their wrists, and that Is
how he distinguished the boys from the
girls. When I look at the king It puts ma
In mind of the Great King of heaven and
"When I count how many spots thera
are In a pack of cards I find thero are 365,
the number of days In the year. When
I count how many cards there are In a
pack. I find there are fifty-two, the num
ber of weeka In a year. When I count
how many trlcka there are In a puck I
find there are twelve the number of months
In a year.
"There is one card lacking." said tha
"Which card Is that, jour honor," tha
"The knave," said the mayor, meaning
"I will give you a very clear account
that card if your honor will not be angry
"I wil not be angry unless you liken me
to the knave."
"Well, the greatest kiuive that I can
think of is the marshal who brought me
before you. I do not know that he Is the
greatest knave, but I am sure that he Is
the grestest fool."
"Well done," said the mayor. "Here's a
six-pence, some bread and cheese and a
Jug of ale; go your way, for you are tha
cleverest man who has ever bneu brought
before this court." Denser Post.
Preaching and Practice.
An eminent physician declares that two
hours of sleep before midnight- are worth
six after that hour, but Hint doesn't mean
that he is perfectly willing to huve you
call him out of bed at 3 o'clock In the
morning to come over and tell you why
the baby doesn't go ta sleep. Somerville
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