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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MAKCH 22, 1900
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of Ta Rrr. Anawer " nddreaeed
will be delivered aa preacnlatlon of
ft J-X . I T A a Dull O
!' liuv ami niahi. New classes In bookkeep
ing, telegraphy, shorthand, typewriting
and English. Get a catalogue. Address
II. B. BOVLES, president, Boylca Bldg.,
Omaha. K M16
i .M AHA Safe and Iron Works make a ape.
daily of fire escapes, shutters, tlmn and
mstet. O. Audreen, Prop., 102 S. loth 6l.
I'nln Tia. K RU'MBEL & BON.
11 th bt., omana.
SIGN FAINTING. 8. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
VK BUT and aell typewriter!. We will
sell your machine on a email cominlaalnn.
Omaha Typewriter Exchange, aai Nevtll
Hlk. Tel. Doug. 4602. R M673
6T EINWAT piano, upright, big- bargain.
Perfleld Piano Cuv, 1611 Furnani St.
. . R 902
GI'NSMlTll; keys, trunk locks, repairing.
Heflln, 217 8. 14th. Tel. Douglas 2a74.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL, SUPPLY. TeL
Doug. 1630. R 804
RICH FALCONER, repairing a specialty;
also contracting, 2017 N. Will, Douglas
SECOND-HAND Typewriters sold, rented
end repaired. Ferer a Typewriter & Sup
ply Co., SOT ilea Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 2ui,
K 367 Apr 1
INCUBATORS, brooders and chick food.
Burr Incubator Co., 2sth and Davenport.
H M769 Mcn23
fowa Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1819 Farnam.
SECOND-HAND Typewriters sold, rented
and repaired. Ferer'a Typewriter and
Bupply Co., 1809 Farnam. 'Phone Doug
las 76. K 367 Apr. 1
J. H. STANWOOD, ARCHITECT and
Builder. Res. 2427 Lake. Tel. Doug. 4727.
R MUl All
SURVEYING. Blickenaderler, 312 Bee Bldg.
HAVE Wilson hang paper; quick, clean
paper cleaning a specialty. Tel. Douglas
oMAHA Electrlo Works, electrical repair
ing. Prices light. 1U8-12 N. lHh St. 'lei.
Doug- liti; R Alia M:4
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
BODA FOUMTAJNB, any' else. 1U Farnam.
eHERWIN-WlLJuIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. BUurniaa . MoConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. . - V1-4H1
HAUL'S safes, new, 2d-hmnd.
FOR BAL,B Two Ufa cholarkhlps on
Omaha business college. Address Dwlghi
Williams, Omaha Bee, Otualia, Neb.
M1L.CH COWS, on easy terms.
FOR BALK At a discount, due bill from
one ol the most desirable lite Insurance
companies, which may be applied on a
lirst year's vremium; any one considering
taking out policy can save money,
Addregs P . care Bee. U M
PIANO FOR BALE Party wtio purchased
piano only a tew weks ago will aell it
ut.a discount Crom the oaan price paid.
Address P tt. cara Bea,: vj
PIANOBquare, Ui SO Cents weekly. . Per.
Held Piano Co., loU 'aruin Bt. . Vi MJ
Steam Fittings For Sale
If you want a bargain in steam tlttlngs call
and look over the following supplies:
l.S-uich Austin s hurisor.tal separator.
1. 4-inch Ausllli's vertical separator.
These have been taken out on account of
changes In. our steam plant and are In
good condition." Address Bee Building
Co., or see W. II. Bridges, engineer. Bee
lildg.. Omaha. y 53:
CRIBBING. Or Umbers, M teet and under;
seasoned hardwood lumber. Ibui tk Isard.
WE' buy everything In the furniture lino.
Chicago r uiniiuro lo., 1110 Dodge.
SPECIAL.' PRICE8 FOR NEBRASKA,
The lamous Old Trusty Incubators, made
by Johnson, the lnoubator man. Send
tor lZ4-page tree caiaugue; JM poultry
lilUHtrauons. At. M. 4ouusoa Co., Clay
Center, xnuo. y 4M(
luu SINGLE iron beds, springs and maUr.
aed; each, cumpleie, worth Mi. -'via D'vpt,
, VI I'uu Muh.,
CAUTION! Beware of fake piano ads.;
genuine new btelnway pianos ara sold
ONLY by Bchiuoiier. c Mueller and they
are the ONLY authorised Nebraska rep
resentative. Tel. Doug.-16J5. I4u7 Har
ney Bl. -J 1AM.
KINDLING for sale; good wood, sawed and
put, reaay lor stove, liaioacn at liage
dorn Piauing Mill. 'Phone Harney luo.
FOR BALE-At a bargain, window shades
of nine-room house, all In good condition
auto ice cnesi, gas stove, iron beds, rugs.
etc. ippiy at once, omi cmcago at.
FOR SALE One good second-hand roll tun
solid ouk desk. Inquire 313 Ranige Bldg.
11. A, ctTL'KGES.. registered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha,
- ' ei9
F. J. tAR30N ft patent lawyers.
Patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb
SHAKPB MACHINE WPRKS-Palents
procured, inventions developed, drawings,
liattertia, castings, machine work. fcu4-oU
S. loth St. toil
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., n3 Douglas Block.
;; . SJ
STRAYED or stolen last Sunday In Feb
ruary, Scotch collie dog. brownish-r.-il
color, four white paws, while tip oil end
of tail, white vhagKy breast, wealing col
la and tag No. 31.'7; tin reward will le
given for lis recovery or to anyone giv
ing information of Its whereabouts. Tele
phone Douglas bit or Harnev 33M.
Loat 67 J tZ
1.UKV Dark brown fur boa Saturday; if.
ward given. Ul N. 20th. South Omaha.
' 671 22
HWrc. BUDDHA. LITADINO PALMIST.
CmiI al No. 113 South loth St., upstair.
aWsuJlful prediction absolutely given.
greatest spiritual me.
has ever known. Room 1.
Palieraon Blk., 17th and Farnam.
J TICKET BROKERS
Ci7t RATE rallwar tickets everywhere.
LH. i'nilbin, 16x4 Farnam. 'Pnoue loug.
LA H SON ft JOHNSON. 1406 iVun. Doug
WANTED MALE HELP
DRUG store bought and aold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlcst, 624 N. T. L.
A NT ED For U. 8. army. able-bodied
men hclwptn of 21 and S3; clttsen it
United States, of good character and tem
perate habiis, who tan ieak, read and
will English. For Information apply to
Recruiting OHIce. 13th and Douglaa St.,
Omaha; Lincoln and Urn nil I land. Nfh.,
or bloux City, la. B LI
IIOTKI, t'LKRK, night posltlrm-H0 nnd.
tifflie clerk, must operate typewriter, .
Bnlpplng clerk must be experienced in
coiimiissMinn worn. .
Flrst-lass stin k man, wholesale house,
Credit man and ofllce clerk, ITS.
Call or writ for j-omplete list of vacan
cies and InioklPt.
We can place comietenl men in good posi
tions at all times.
Wk.8Tr.KN RKK. BOND ASSN., Unci,
Dept. B, tHO-1-2 N. J. l-ire wing
B e74 21
ENERGETIC man of good address for per
manent oulBide portion, also 2 men in
assist field inaiiHger, city and out-ot-town
routes; J weekly; expenses advanced; no
experience necessarv; only those out of
employment need apply, Thursday, after
B 3o a. m., to 11. E. Hebard. 1'axton Hotel.
B W9 iKxx
MEN and boys wanted to lenrn plumbing.
bricklaying, plastering trnaes; paya
dy. Coyne Bros. Co., New York, Ch
ciign. Cincinnati. 8t. Louis. Free cata
logue. B rOH
SiTClP"-4 tne Neb. House, 1307 Douglaa;
OJ-VX rootiin 25c and un: bods (Iron) lie;
Just opened; everything new and clean.
t 4.1 a 1W .
WANTED Four trustworthy boys, with
bicycles; permanent positions. A. L. i.
CO.. 212 S. 13th St. B M670 Al
WANTED Competent, experienced Insur
ance producers tor tx-st iraierimy ex
tant; salary and commission. F. F. Koose,
president, Denver, Colo. B M4H9 24
WE will sell the exclusive right to manu
facture and sell our household garbage
burner In the state of Nebraska to the
right parties. For prices, information and
description of device apply to Domestic
Garbage Burner Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.
B M-4M 24
BRIGHT man with salesman's ability for
permanent position; dealing with mer
chants only. Must le capable of earning
ln) monthly and expenses. Apply on
Thursday after 8:30. C. Graham, Paxtun
hotel. B-6'.K) 2x
WANTED by calendar factory at Red Oak,
la., compositors, Gordon pressmen una
feeders. Good wages. Address E. G.
Williams, Supt., care Thos. 1. Murphy
Co. B-M404 24
BOOKBINDERS WANTED Non-union
rulers and forwarders; good wages; per
manent situations. Iowa Printing Co.,
Des Moines. B-M0&6 Lti
WANTED A book binder, a man that Is
a ilrst-clnRS ruler and forwarder can get a
steady Job at W. D. McNutt's, St. Joseph,
Mo. B M519 2ux
WANTED Thoroughly experienced cloth
ing salesmen. Apply at once clotning de
partment, J. L. Brandeis & Sons.
WANTED Apprentice at Sharpe Machine
wonts. w mow ao
Y'OUNG man with practical knowledge of
shorthand, typewriting and booKKeeping.
Address X 1. Bee. B-581 22
WANTED Two coat, one vest and pants
maker; steady work. Lad the Tailor,
Hloux Kalis, 8. D. . B-MW3 27x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
APPRENTICE girls, Burgess
WANTED Experienced shirt hands, on
power machine; good wages; steady em
ployment. Albert Cahn, 1322 Farnam St,
WANTED Experienced coat and skirt
hands for ladles alteration department;
good salaries. B. Fredrick Berger &. Co.,
1017 Farnam St. C 240
STENOGRAPHER, must be neat appearing-46.
Stenographer, April 1. $60.
Cashier, 14 and board.
Call or write for partlctiliirs arid Booklet.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N., line),
Dept. B, 840-1-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
C 67S 21
WANTED-Neat girl for general house
work; small family. Inquire 262?. Capitol
Ave. . . C-M4W
WANTED Girl for general housework. 932
N. 22d St., South Omaha. C M535
W'ANTED-i-Girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 1116 S. 33d St.
Y'OUNG woman, practical knowledge of
shorthand, typewriting and bookkeeping.
Address W 67, Bee. C 582 22
WANTED Couple reliable, experienced
American plan waitresses; also couple
chambermaids. Kenyon Hotel, Salt I.aKe
City. Utah. C MiiOO 'Hi
WANT&D-An experienced girl for general
housework; good wages; two in family;
references required. Mrs. Charles Mont
gomery, 3707 Leavenworth. Phone Harney
2379. C M591
AGENTS WANTED everywhere to sell
our popular policies, covering all acci
dents, diseases and occupations; some
thing entirely new and issued by this
society only; easily understood and easily
sold; cost but Jb per annum each, pay
able monthly It desired; large commis
sions paid Immediately and exclusive
territory allowed. Address National Ac
cident Society. 310 Hi olid way. New York.
Established 20 years. J
PICTURE AGENTS Large 24x28 Inch
framed wall pictures; cost 3tlc complete;
sell for 9kc easy; ISa subjects; credit given;
enclose stamp fur catalogue. Portrait Co.,
Wayne. III. J 663 21x
UP-TO-DATE modern building In whole
' sale 'district ; possession given about April
1. F. D. WEAD, 1624 Douglas St.
' J M667 26
ENERGETIC man of good address for per
manent outside position; also 2 men to
asaiHt held manager; city and out-of-town
routes; JJS weekly; expenses advanced; no
experience necesbary; only those out of
employment need apply, Thursday, after
9.30 a. ill., to 11. E. Heburd, Paxton Hotel.
BRltSHT man with salesman's ability for
permanent position; dealing with mer
chants only. Must be caabie of enniing
SJo and expenses wecKly. Apply on Thurs
day after 9:3V. C. Graham, Paxlim hotel.
WANTED By a reliable middle-aged man
with ten years' experience, a position as
grocery clerk in a good low n within 12s
miles south of Omaha. Address W 06,
are of Bee. A M569 22x
A BOY 1 years old wants position In furni
ture store; has had experience.. Address
3210 N. 24lh St. A 61'Hi 21 x
POSITION by experienced clerk; groceries
preferred; reference. Box 311, Superior,
IVeD. A M 4 X
CHAPMAN ft MA 11 AN. Repairs promptly
done Prices leasouable. 17vS N. :'4th.
Tel. Red-5t64. -763 Mch23
JOHNSON THE BUSY
PI.t MRlNO AND HEATING CO.
REST SEKVltT; LOW EST PRICES.
tel Douglas isi2 harney.
RK'H & FALCONER, repairing a specialty;
also contructiiig. 2617 N. 2th. Iioug as 671.
- M447 A 17
L YNtiSTATl High grade IM! Calendars,
o S K Cur. luih Bt. and
X JVJKV t Capitol Ave.
E.NELL Printing Co.. 31 S. 12lh Bt.
JOHNSON Institute. 411 N. Y. L. Tel. iHiug.
DR. WELLS, D. O. and M. D.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. Gil O.M.E. Haul Trunks
NICELY furnished south front parlor, suit
able for man and wife; home cooking;
steam heat; modern. The Capitol, lxtn
and Capitol Ave. E M528 A 19
WELL furnished, modern, steam heated
rooms, 34 Farnam, Flat . Tel. Doug.
2303. E 7td
NEWLY furnished rooms, 2534 Davenport;
walking distance. K 442
FURNISHED rooms for rent at 2634 Dav
enport BL K 761
NICELY furnished large southeast room;
modern, suitable for onu or two gentle
men. 17 South 26th St. E 179
STEAM heated rooms for rent. Withnell
Blk., 16th and Harney Sts. N. P. Dodge
& Co., 1714 Farnam. E Maitl 2
A LARGK FRONT ROOM with alcove,
nicely furnished, modern; private family,
close In. Ill N. 20th St. E M208
EXCELLENT small modern furnished
room; phone In house. Dr. Pribbenow,
2071 Harney St. E 670
DEB1RAHLE ROOM In now modern home;
gentlemen only. :3"i Douglas St.
ROOM, with modern conveniences, private
family. 128 S. 26th St. E Mix! 24x
NICELY furnished rooms, modern; close
todrpots. I'll S. 11th St. K-MSKi 23 x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cufe
Doug. 11 O.M.E. naul Trunks
' F 910
ROOMS and good board. $5 per week and
up. Call loli Chicago ft. F 912
NICELY" furnished rooms In house entirely
modern; good board; all home comforts.
Mrs. F. Harvey, 319 So. 2tith St.
IF married couple or young Indies desire
real home In good family. Inquire 2573 Har
ney. F 6 23
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
4 modern rooms, parlor floor. 1609 S. 2Mh St.
LARGE room with alcove. 2412 Cass. Lady
preferred. Tel. tiTb. G M ii
FOR RtNT HOUSES
1()ITSFS5 'D "" parts ol the city, it.
j. relets at
Co., Be Bidg.
. FOR RENT.
Three and 4-room rials; modern except heat;
walking distance. 110-7 N. 19th St.; fs
and U per month. Inquire R. C. Peters
at Co., ground iloor, Bee Bldg.
llu Li OfiO 0 F Uavls Co., 20 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Klngwalt. Barker Blk.
JJ 91 1
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack.
move and store H. 11- good. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19tn. OtUce. liillVk Farnam.
Tel. Doug. 1669. D Via
WE MOVE pianoa. Maggard Vau & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. ltli. Othce, ?13 Web
ster Bt. L-U
t-ROOM modern house, except furnace, $20.
C. JU. uacumanii. w riiwu r
6EE us when snipping household goods to
lame clues weal. We can save you
CO.. 214 N. tiixleentn bl.
Tel. Doug. lilw.
FOR RENT Seven-room house, with bath
and laundry; N. E. cor. 26th Ave. and
Leaven worlh; house In perfect order; newt
plumbing; hot water healing; rent $40. , W,
' J. Connell. 101 Bea Bldg. D MJii
FOR RENT 4-room flat; city water, ltith
and Vinton Sts.; $& per month. C. M.
Bachmann. 430 Paxton Blk. D Alfc.a
FOR RENT Immediately, corner property.
Slta Marcy St., 7 rooms, modern except
furnace, new roof, new floors, uew plumb
ing, tine neighborhood; $22.60 and water
rent. Address E. M. Earle. 2823 Parker
81.. city. D-M617
FOR RENT 10-room modern house, 29J1
Mason street. Inquire F. P. Klrkendall
Co., 1103 Harney. D MM 26
7-ROOM detached house, with large barn
and shade. R. C. Patterson, 1224 farnam.
8172 FARNAM. 8 rooms, strictly modern,
vacant April 1, $40; will be put in Al re
pair. Payne, Bostwick & Co., tf'l N. .
Ife, D M599 22
10-ROOM modern house and barn; bath and
toilet separate; 2 lavatories; Just papered
and painted. 2913 Hickory.
4-room modern flat, 2002 N. 20th.
J. H. PARROTTE, PAXTON BLK
D MoOi 22
FOR RENTSTORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee ofllce. city
hall building, 417 N. 26th Bt., Boutn Omaha,
Apply to uianuger. 1134
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing. 41 x luu; three tloors and basement,
elevator; will rent 22xlu separately; Hsw-e
fcariutm Bt. Inquire 314 First National
UROUND FLOOR space 66x122, light three
sides. Union Pacific trackage, suitable for
manufacturing or light storage. L. G.
Doup. 13Ui and Nic. a bis.
STORE room in a brick building, 42u
lUnillton St., for rent, only $10 per
in mi tli. R. C. Peters & Co., ground floor,
CENTRAL, drug store, with fixtures; also
laundry, with power. Tixard. 220 North
FOR RENT A first class business building
on a good corner in one ot ihe bel towns
In northeast Nebraska: 100x26 feet,; a choice
location for grocery, general merchandise
or furniture store; two stories and base
ment; could arrange living rooms on sec
ond floor; elevator, electric lights and
modern conveniences; elegant show win
dows front and side. Address W S3, care
jjee I M40a 34x
$40 00 Large
store room for rent. IMS
P. DODGE fc CO..
FOR RENT Desk room or half
Dleasant office. Address W . Bee
FOR RENT Ground floor space. 50x90. M.
Mr Ci trackase. uuaDie ior iiiimii
Ina or storage. Inquire Neb.-I
Tank. 14th and Nicholas
I M459 24X
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED By small family modern cot
tage, 6 or 7 rooms: furnace not necessary.
Address W-4. cure Be. K
VANTKI-4 to 4-ruom cottage; would oc
cupy on or about April 15; must have
furnace and modem plumbing: when
replvii'g give full particulars. Address
W 57. Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
BOOKS Buy. sell, exchange. Address A.
C. Baker. 2312 E. Walnut 61. Des Moines,
la. N M719 M23
WANTKD-Baby buggy; must be In good
rendition; slate kind and pilce- Address
W 66. Be N-ioi 22x
Advertise and the world Is with you!
Don't and you'll be alone,
For the U. S. A. will never pay
A cent to the Great Unknown.
FOR SALF RFAI FSTATE
ORDERS TO SELL
Foreign owners have asked us to
take advantage of present activity
and dispose of their property in
Omaha. The prices are lowest we
have quoted in 5 years on some
t 1,800 "-room, modern except furnace, all
on one floor, near 27th and Cuming;
east front, large lot, shnde trees,
small barn; only $500 down.
f 1,400 6-rnom, east front, near 2Sth and
Cuming, south exposure; very neat
home. In walking distance. Let us
show you this on Monday.
$14,000 Seven stores and 22 rooms on second
floor, large 2-story building In rear;
corner lot, 224-ft. frontage on two
streets all paved, 30-ft. front un
improved; rents, $2,040; taxes, $140;
Insurance, $105. Inside of ,27th and
Leavenworth. Rent can be raised to
$ 3,750 I ccttages, In walking distance, near
22d and Cuming; rents, $41; always
rented; a combination home and In
vestment; only tages $1,000 down to
t 1,400 New 6-room house and 2 acres ol
beautiful ground, north of Countrj
club one mile; otuy $400 down anu
X. P. DODGE & CO..
sEK BLDG. 1714 FAIIN'AM ST.
RE 6tf7 22
It Will Talk Itself.
Wa believe we have the best bargain in
Be mis Park toady In a six-room modern
house, nearly new, with furnace, bath,
toilet, washbowl, hot and cold water, gas,
furnace, hard oil finish, largo potch, re
frigerator room, located one block from
Harney car line, on corner lot 62x147, nice
shade, with beautiful outlook. Owner has
left the city and desires to sell at once.
Price, $3,100. If you will investigate this
property you will find it needs no comment.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Sixth Floor New York Life Building.
KE MWJ6 23
New 7-room all tnuuern house on N. 18th
St., near Ctaik, oaa nmsn downstaiis, hail,
parlor, back parlor, dining room and Kilcneu
uownntaire; mree beo rooms and bam, gas
and electric light throughout; best ot unuer
leed turnace, lull cenar, stationary tubs;
good barn; uouse papered wun very line
paper, last front lot, only one block to car,
if you want a choice home close In. you
want to Bee this.
The Byron Keed Co.
Tel. Dougias .ji. zl2 b. 14th St.
'- RE Moos 23
TAKE YOUR CHOICE AT $1,260.
(903 CliarieS St., corner, I rooms $1.25v
mutt Ohio St., t rooms, water
J14 North l;h Ae.,- 6 rooms, city
water , $1,260
Jjlv Miami St., good oottage i,iuy
ju2 Seward St., a rooms, corner lot..l,20
baratoga St., 3 rooms, iwo lots. .1.M!
Two vacant lots at 33d and Howard. .$l,2atf
. T. GRAHAM. Bee Bldg.
RE 678 23
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x281,
on C. P. track, at oin and Junes Sis.,
$12,000 will laae It for immeaiaie saie.
Room 1, New Yora Tafe Bldg.
BUILD a modern dwelling for yourself or
lor some one who wants ll more than
you do In that beautilul tract, lormerly
the old lair grounds, but now known as
HENRY F. WYMAN.
'Phone Dougius 1272. ltxu N. Y. Life Bldg.
RE A1531 -ii
THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY b AB
BlflACiS OF Tl ILK are tne sat est. iou
are protected by a lu,0u bund agaiint loss
by errors. You don't buy a lawsuit when
you buy a "Kerr; abstract, luus N. Y.
Life Bldg. 'Phone Douif. 22-14. RE
A 12 INVESTMENT.
New building, modern Mats, close in, rent
$1,440, price $12,600.
W. T. URAHAM, Bee Bldg.
RE 680 23
OWNER leaving city will sell home, 4160
Chicago St., K-room modern wen built
house. Fine lawn; shade and fruit tree;
one-half block to Saunder s school; three
blocks to Farnam; Dundee car. Call week
clays only. RE uiJ 4
HAVE for quick loan, $1,000, $2,000 and
3,0OO, private money, on city property
O. r. Carson Co., 413 N. Y. L.
RE 568 22
THE Glover Cuban Land Co.. R. 3. N. Y. L.
Bldg., Omaha, sell lauds In Cuba. Round
trip, Omana Ui Havana, $67.85. RE 93
FARMS and city home,
later, Blair, Neb.
A GOOD INVESTMENT AT $3,500.
Three houses al 2tn and Hamilton Sts.,
rent for $630 per year.
W. T. GRAHAM. Bee Bldg.
t"8 Williamson Co.u- fetutkirds-
FOR SALE A borne worth $30,000 far $12.
0u0; west side. Address L 17, Bee.
th and 28th, facing
a fine lot
in Avondale Park,
Payne Investment Company,
First Floor N. Y. Life Building.
Telephone Douglas 1781.
BEST SNAP IN DUNDEE
8-room modem house; reception hall, large
wide porch, full lot, nice shade. 4W1 Dav
enport. Sacrifice price only $2.75".
J. II. PARROTTE, PAXTON BLK.
"hambers' School of Stage Arts,
Lyric Theater, Nineteenth and Farnam.
Thorough Course of instruction in Slag
public performances by pupils in their
own theater, under personal directorship
of Frederick "Jim" Fulton, formerly lead
ing character with "Arixona," "Frederick
Warde," "Frohnian's," nine years Wood
ward Stock. Kansas City, Omana. tele
phone, Douglas 171 ltus.
Wlllard E. Cha:.ilers. Manager.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Family horse, city broke.
years old and sound; not a pimple or puff
on him; a daik bay; weigh 1.14U pounds;
bankable references; a bargain. Hwight
W. Hoydston, Nevada. la. P M5H5 23
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam.
HESS ft WO BO DA. 1415 Fainanv 9k
Tel. Doug. 2o4.
ill 8. lllh St.
PI RATIMr. Kuchlng. Buttons.
--' "IV tend fur price list
THE GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Doug. 193ft.
f A ilVPTin treatment & Baths. Mme.
auiuituiiVf,.,,,, m N. 14, fl.. r 1.
DR. JACKSON. R. 4, Frenser block.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
tion free. U 96
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home lor women at 3824 N 4th
St., Omaha. Neb. U MluO
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. R"1''11"
Pianos delivered at once, $1 weekly. AH
muslo lessons tree. JOIN NOW. Fcrneld
Piano Co.. 1611 Farnam St. U 9oo
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gaidell.
Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311. U "
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; In fact, anything you do not need,
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. llln
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call Phone Doug. 4136 and wagon
will call U-e'l
WE RENT sewing machines. 75c week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machine. $6 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co
Tel. Doug. lbut. Cor. 16th and Harney.
FREE medical ana surgical treatment at
Creighton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college pi of ennuis. 'Phone Doug. 11th.
Calls answered day or night. U 1-9
Bryant, 316 Bee Building. L M527 A19
W. W. LEMON, EXPERIENCED CHINA
PACKLk; price moderate. Tel. Red 7376.
'PHONE Doug. 701 and a man will call and
tune your piano, V- pertield Piano Co.,
loll ! amain. U 96s
EUPTURB CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. Call or write for booalei. Vjuitk
cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Blug..
Omaha. U 91
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 ft j, 1606 Farnam,
GOLD STICKPIN FREE
To any person sending us the name of any
person owning a uo.ua re piano, organ or
prospective piano buyer. '
PERF1ELD PIANO CO..
lei. 70L loll Farnam St
' U 117
GBEEN TRADING fS" wTr
and liquors; by Jug or bottle. Cackley
Bros. Opposite postofnee. U 126 All
11-1 AM PlflN Carpet Cleaning Works.
Illllll lUll Beautiful, unique rugs
from old carpets; prices reasonable. 720
B. 14th SU Tel. Douglas-Soi U 156 Jel2
NICE, healthy baby
I 2319 S. 13th St.
U 510 26
MAGNETIC OSTEOLOGY Mrs. M. Bitten
house, 412 N. ltith, room 2, second floor
C. E. DAY, painting and paper hanging;
high-class work at low prices. Doug. -349
U M193 A14
YOUR saving 40 per cent. Investigate.
Penuell Millinery Co., Ill South 16th St.
SYRINGES, rubber goods by mall; cut
price Myers-Dillon Drug Co., Omaha.
V 74 Mch22
HEAFEY & HEAFEY.
Carriages lor funerals, weddings and par
ties; electric lighted. Tel. 2tw.
WALL PAPER cleaner. Tel. Harney S296.
MANICURING, handdi casing and mas
sage. Hatue Haul. 206 Neville Blk. Tel.
Doug. T6. U 063
SPENCER MATTRESSES renovated.
-fVHiDv ilM uu Aprl, Dog.fcl2.
U M597 A22
RAMSERPracUcal Hatter. Hata reno
ImOB rv.ued. 220 B. 14th. Tel. Doug.
4662. U M61J A6
BUTTERMILK at creamery.
U M647 AS
FOR Faster millinery at reasonable prices,
1606 Leavenworth St. U M6s2 A6
FR1VATE confinement home; babias
adopted. Mrs. Dr. King, 2018 N. 21st St.
'lei. 3669. U-M703
FURNITURE packing and repairing; up
holstering and mattress making. L
Smith. 1918 Lake. Tel Douglas 6068.
U Ml 70 A13
BASQUE COSTUMES. Lieben.
PRIVATE hospital during confinement. Ba-
Dies adopted, nesi and cheapest in the
city; 2319 B. 13th St., Omaha. Neb.
KOCHER, carpet weaving.
TKPPC trellises, grapevines
ni-L-w- ow j, the time. John Cane
1810 Cuming. Doug. 1641.
U M209 A 14
MME. PA REE of N.
Y. Shaving, racial
2"9 Dougiaa Blk.
L M25 A17
LADIES consult Mrs. Faust, reliable palm
ist. Readings 6uc. Satisfaction guaran
teed. 1709 Jackson. . U M5ii2 2-'x
FOR women only. Dr. Raymond s puis
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. Vt
have never known of a single failure
Price, $2 by mail. Raymond s Montl.ly
Regulator ill lliuld. U. Dr. K. U. Ha),
moud Remedy Co., Room 35, 4 Adams Si
LADIES. $1,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my , Never-Failing ERiio
KoLO Remedy. Sately relieves lonKe;.
mo&l obstinate cases of delayed Monthly
perious in iw aays without harm, pain
or Interference with work. Mail. II m
Double strength. $2.0". "SPECIAL. FOLlv
Kit FOR LADIES FREE. DR. B. It
SOUTHINGTON CO.. KANSAS CiT
LADIES Chichestei 's English Pennyroyal
PHI are the best; safe, reliable. Take no
other. Send 4c slauip for particulars,
' Relief for I-adlci," In letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist. Chlchesier
Chemical Co . Philadelphia. Pa.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pill" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
McCounell Drug On . Omaha 96
BILLIAR D AND POOL TABLES
"NO trust prices;" brand now solid oak
billiard and pool tables. $lu0; also bar fix
tures cheap. No agency expenses. Cata
logues free. Chaa. Passow ft bona. Chi
WK TRUST EVERYBODY, easy payments,
and lead th world In cheap prices un
billiard and pool tubles and bar fixtures;
catalogue tree. The Brunswick-Balka-Cullender
Co., 4u7 8. 10th St.. Omaha, NeU
7o2 N. 14 th.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Our emploes are well Informed and
courteous and w are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We teil you
to the cent what the cosi will I.e. and If
ten conclude that It will not pay you to
orrow there n no harm done.
We loan on furniture, pianoa, live stock
and -ther chattels, and to salaried people
upon their own agreement to pay-
We offer you rates as low as you will
find and our facilities for quick and con
fidential service are unsurassed.
We are the oldest concern In our line
In the city and we always try to please
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Viwiie Doug. 2296
Art B. lotn bu
nm , OUR METHOD
Of loaning money is unsurpassed.
Are the very lowest, strictly confidential.
Is convenient while down town shopping.
You will find It will be to your interest
to call and secure a loan on your salary,
piano, furniture, etc. open every evening.
. Reliable Credit Co.,
JOi-308 Paxton Blk. 16th and Farnam.
DR. PRIBENO W'B PRIVATE MONEY
, loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, eic, lu any amount, at less than
half tne rate; no red tape; ptrfect pri
vacy; Immediate attention; on any tcuni
wanted; payments suspended lu case of
eicanea or out of employment. Room
214, Karbach blk., 209 b. loin St- X 9.0
When In need of
Call un us.
PHOENIX CBED1T CO.
fcji-3 Paxton Blk.
$ $ INDEPENDENCE $ $
Why be obliged lo others? It s easy to
get money of me. No red tape. Pay
you can. BO WEN, 703 N. X. Life.
Open evenings until 7.
money loaned salaried peopli
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Oftices In 63 principal cities. Tol
man. room 714, New York Life Bldg.
SEE the Western Loan company for furni
ture, diamond and salary loans, 331 Ne
ville blk., 16th and Harney. Tel. Douglas
6619. ' X 974
Stock. Salarv Lnan.-
Loan Co., Room i. Barker
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 1604 Farnam Bt. X 976
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 310
8. 13th. X-&77
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
GOOD paying telephone system for sale,
or might take good cheap land In ex
change. First-class Investment for any
one with telephone experience. Write, W
32, rare of Bee. Y M365 24
MEAT market and nice home for sale or
trade; will irade for good eastern Ne
braska land. Address W 64, Bee.
Y M486 27x
DO you want to sell your property t
Do you want to buy a home?
Do you want to rent a bouse?
Do you want to get In or nut of business?
Do you want to borrow money?
If so, list your wants with us; we get re
sults. TEMPLETON ft MANKER.
206 Bee Bldg. TeL Douglas-2904.
CAPITAL Furnished you quickly to pro
mote Inventions or manufacturing propo
sitions of merit; partner with capital
furnished; send $1 with description, 1 will
help you. D. Gregory, financial agent,
Gibraltar Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
I WISH to sell a Chicago retail millinery
and dressmaking business; established
twenty years; does $30,000 anually making
owner Independent and now desires to
retire. Liberal proposition to the right
party. Cook. 1037-1471 Dearborn street, Chi
cago. Y' 650 21x
OLD established well pump and windmill
business for sale. J. E. Hoover, Lock
Box 45, Benedict, Neb. Y-M161 A14x
FOR SALE Mlndcn hotel restaurant and
confectionery, located at Mlnden, Neb.
For Information write or see J. A. Mc
Cormlck. Y Mtiol 2Xx
BEST proposition In state for live hotel
man with capital. Address Secretary
Commercial Club, Callaway. Neb.
Y M5S6 28
FOR SALE At once, confectionery and
newsstand In choice location; invoice $250
Address W 50. care Bee. Y M520 2x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans anrt warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co., 1320 Farnam St
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. M. Melkie, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE money. F
D. Wead, 1520 Douglas.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam; city loans, t
and bb per cent interest; no delay.
(1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence properly in Omaha; lowest rate;
no delay. Thuma Brennau, R. 1. N. Y.
i & 6k PER CENT loans on city property.
W. 11. Thomas. 1st National Bank Bldg.
WANTED 4?lty Loans.
R. C. Peters ft Co.
FARM. CITY AND BUILDING
Reed Bros., 1710 Farnam St.
City & farm loans.
O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L.
GOOD FARM LANDS TO EXCHANGE
FOR CITY PROPERTY.
55 acres located within a mile of ITatta
moulh. N.iiraska; laud lays fairly well,
all under cultivation, good live-room cot
tage, small orchard, barn and other out
buildings. Will'' exchange a $3,0u0 equity
In this place for good dwelling In Omaha
or South Omaha, of equal value.
0 acres located about 10 miles south of
Plaltsntouth; all under cultivation, good
five-room houae, barn, double corn crib,
two wells, good young orcharl; land lays
rolling. Puce, 00 per acre. Will ex
change same for a good residence in
Omaha. Houtii Omaha or any good east
ern Nebraska town. Must lie free from
encumberance; nothing against this place.
Will ren; for $3.00 an acre cash. Can
give possession of lids Immediately. For
further particulars write Falter ft Tate,
Plaltsmouth, Neb. Z 414 21
ONLY. HOTEL III town; trad for land or
sell; bus line and mall from train; livery
barn. Pay from $1.6ou to $2.uuo a year.
Sell on account of wife's health. Address
W-21. Z M 144 A12
IF YOU do not find what you want In thl
column, put an ad. in and you will soon
get it. i-S
M DOW ELL school, l2a Far.,
MRS. ROYS lingerie waist and fancy
summer dresie. Dougiaa 2746; 2.V4 Dav
enport. M61il A6
BCANLON. robes, dressmaking. 119 N. 16th.
RADMAN, ladles' tailor; riding habits and
evening coals, special price till April
15. JLSVi Faruam Tel. Douglas 3611.
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
UTI I'QlFun Down cement block ma
"1 ll-J-0 Chlnery. Call or wrim and let
us show you -our line. "Phon. Iou 7ii.
lapp Construction Co.. 229 Nevili Hlk.
445 A 19
FOR SALE FARMS
OUT THEY GO THIS MONTH
to North Dakota to select n S:.i or a
acre farm nut of our l'V.O-o-acr trnrt for
$12 to $16 an acre; will yield over $12 aa
acre; free coal, living water, black aolL".
send for maps nnd Bnvwn'a Farmer. Win
If. Brown Co., 1U I, Salle St., Chleng
or Richnrdton. N. D. UMimi Alt
WRITE to Scandinavian Canadian Land
Co., Chicago. They will tell you all about
It. H-M974 24
Farm nnd Banch Lands.
)'eliraska. Kansas, Colorado and Wvotnlng;
low prices; ten years time. I -and Dept
U. P. R. H., Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
CORN FARM OR FEEDING 8TATION.
J.o urn j choice corn hind. 24 miles from
rallwav station and 12 miles from Omaha;
lt deeded. 1 school land leased for
years at t& cents per acre per annum.
Price, $ll.(ita. owner offered $4 per acre
cash rent, or M per cent net on price
asked. Will take part trade In good
Omnha rental property, nut In at Its cash
value. Reason for selling, old age and
.R r- PETERo CO..
21 South 17th Street. Be Building.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow.
Church Co., main floor N. Y. L. Tel.
3. M. MACFARLAND. SOt N. T. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 68611
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ROSALIA A. BAALFELD. PIANIST and
teacher. Room 21, Arlington block.
MIPS IRMA SPRINGER, piano teaclier.
ir.H S. 1Mb St. lessons. 6(V M -jx
NOT I CIS.
Notice la hereby given that the Keith and
Lincoln Counties irrigation District win
receive sealed proposal lor the purchase
of the $65,uuo.00 bond issue of said district
up to the hour of o'clock p. m., standard
tune, of the 2d day of April, iyn$a al tn,
ofllce of the secretary ot said Irrigation
District, in the town of Sutherland, in
Lincoln county, in th state ot Nebraska.
Bald bonds are in the denomination of
Hou.00 each and bear interest at the rate of
six per cent, payable semi-annually, on the
first days of March and September ot eacn
and every year, beginning wlih the hist
day of September, 11m. These bonds are la
ten series, 33 of which are due on the ilrsi
day ol Murcli, 1917; 99 due Marcn 1, luis; 44
due March 1, 1VIV; 62 due March 1. 19JU; 6
due March 1, ml; 66 due March 1. lwi; ;t
due March 1, IV.' d; 66 due March 1, lu4; fc,
duo March 1, la Jo, and 101 due March A.
The sealed proposal may be for th
whole of said bonds or for any portion
thereof, and such bids will be opened Im
mediately after th hour of C o'clock p. 111
of said 2d day of April, 19u6, the board re
serving the right to reject any and ail bid.
Dated this 12th day of February, I9ua,
JAMES BHOUP, Secretary.
iNOTICE To CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received at the oftlue of the'
Secretary of State up to and Including
April 1. 1906. for Antiseptic Sewerage at Sol
diers' and Sailors' Home, Grand Island, Ne
braska. All information can be received at the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home of W. fl. Ak
wlth. Commandant, Grand Island, Ne
braska. The board reserves thft-rlght to reject any
and all bids. A. GALUSHA,
M17d6t Secretary of the Board.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the county clerk at O'Neill, Ne
braska, and at the office of the county clerk
at Butte, Nebraska, until 12 o'clock, noon,
on April 7, 1906, for the construction of a
bridge, five hundred and forty feet long.
more or less, with sixteen-foot roadway, '
across the Niobrara river, between Holt and
Boyd counties, Nebraska, at or near a point
known as Parsliall's crossing, In township
thirty-three, range thirteen, west of .he
sixth principal meridian. '
Bidders will be required to furnish their
own plans and specifications. All bids to be
sealed and marked, "Proposals for Bridge."
The Board of Supervisors reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Dated February 19, 180S.
W. P. SIMAR. ...
County Clerk, Holt County. Nebraska.
PROPOSALS FOR BULLS AND HE1F
ers. Department of the Interior, Otllco
of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C,
March 9, 19t. Sealed proposals, endorsed
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Bulls and Heifers," and addressed 10
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C, will be received at the In
dian Office until 2 p. m. of April 4, 19oti,
for furnishing and delivering at Rosebud
Agency, South Dakota, 2uo bulls and 4. I'M
heifers; said bulls to be 2 years old, to
weigh not leaa than 850 lbs. each, and to
be at least three-fourths Hereford or Dur
ham; the heifers to be 2 years old, of na
tive range, or graded Texas stock, prefer- .
ably Durham or Hereford, and to weigh
not less than 700 lbs., each. Schedules, ,
which will be made a part of the propos- V
als, containing blank forms for bidding,
detailed specifications, and conditions to be
observed by bidders, will be furnished upon
application to this office, to the office of
"The Bee," Omaha, Neb.; "Journal," Sioux
City, la.: "Pioneer Press," St. Paul, Minn.;
"Drovers' Telegram," Kansas City, Mo.:
"Breeders' Gaxette," Chicago, 111., and
"Drovera' Journal," Chicago, III.; the U.
8. Indian warehouses, 265 South Canal St.,
Chicago. III.; 815 Howard St., Omaha, Neb.;
602 South Seventh St., St. Louis. Mo., or to
the I". 8. Indian Agent, Rosebud Agency,
South Dakota. Bid upon these blanks are
not essential; they may be made In nv
oilier form, provided the conditions are
observed. For further Information apply
to Edward B. Kelley. U. 6. Indian Agent,
Rosebud. South Dakota. C. F. Larrabe.
PROGRESS 0UTlN WYOMING
Borllnsrtoa's New Una Has Effect of
Brlnirlns; In Large saber of
3. A. Harris of Invell. Wyo., Is in tha
city and reports the Burlington railroad
completed aa far as his town on tho
"The last piles were being driven on
the bridge across the Shoshone rivr aa I
left," said Mr. Harris, "and the company
has over !,0(i0 men at work on this ex
tension with orders out to have the work
completed by June 1. in order to cara for
the large concourse of people attracted by
the opening of the Shoshone reservation
July 15. This opening has been delayed
by order of congress that the ratlroacN
might have time to complete their track
as near as possible, and this will be done
up to within thirty miles of the land office.
The grading is well iilong, but the work
In Sheep canyon Is heavy. Last week 950
cans of powder were exploded at one time
on some of this heavy work.
"Our town, which was a mass of ag
brush a year ago, Is now a thriving vil
lage of Too people, mostly Mormons. Th
Utah Sugar company Is now securing con
tracts for sugar beet land and as soon
as the necessary acreage is secured wll
build a fsctory at Ixivell. In the vicinity
of Lovell is 60.000 acre of land under irri
gation suitable lor beet ruislng. Settlers
are flocking In and Wyoming Is getting
the benefit of a great boom, all the rail
road working hard to stt the country."
The following birth and deaths hav
been reported to ihe Board of Health
during the twenty -four hour ending al
Birth Alexander Gibson. 1X02 Sherman
avenue girl; K. M. Hoffner. 27V4 South
Twelfth lMy; Albeit laifollette. Sixth am.
I ln oln avenue, boy; G. R. Powell, if&oi
Franklin, boy; Rudolph Ruacr, Blxtlelli
and tirover. loy. '
Dcatha-Ji.Kle Tilton. ootinty hospital.
47- tlcoige W. Coinslock. 3540 Harney, :
August Piper. H inner. Neb., 69; Harsh
lcinhke. Fourteenth and Capitol avenue, 'A.
Terrible Disaster Averted.
Th terrible disaster of nervous break
down, causud by dyspepsia. Is averted by
Electric Bitters. 60c Guaranteed. For
sal by Sherman ft McConnall Drug Co, -
WATCH ES Frenser, 10th and Jo4g4k
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