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xnfi OMAITA DAILY BEE: BUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1900.
FOR RENT HOUSES
liU U OX.O u k iSavaS Cu. 4 lie U-dg,
HOUtSES, Insurance. Klngwall. Barkening.
THE Cmaha Van ft Storage Co., pack.
Dove and store II. II. goud. Storehouse,
liio-a n. ikiii.
Tel. Doug. 166.
Office, l&llVi Fariium.
WK MOVE pianos. Macgard .Van Stor-
an Co. Tel. Dou. ltik Offlos 1.13 deb
ater St A"1"
KKE ua when shipping houaeliold goods te
birae cities went. Vt e can t yoi
nnty EXPKESPMEN'S DEEl VBJl If
CO.. lit N. hixteentli bt Tel. Doug, lite
HOI SES TO LET.
2519 Amos Ave., eight rooms, modern, ICO.
81ft B. 21st, Ovo rooms, modern except tur
W. Farnam Bmlth & Co., 1320 Farnam Bt.
WEST I1ARNET STREET.
New bilck houses. rooms and reeeplloa
ball, oak finish and floors, tiled vestibule,
bath room, separate toilet tor servants,
laundry room In basement, baa mantel,
very complete and ull details the best;
south front on llainoy St Just west of &d
fat. Ready Miy L .
HARRISON ft MORTON.
iiZ N. Y. Uie. Douglas-alt
We have elaht roumc, all newly papered
In first cIrhw building, southeast corner
27th and St. Mary s Ave., which will be
rented separately or togetner. uuuu icmi
n v. dodoe ft CO..
Eee Bldg. L14 Farnam.
1 wi 2s
AMEH1CAN TRANSFER CO., BTOKAUhU
1'iione JJougias ivui. iivo luuwu.
D Miwo M7
FOH KENT New 7-rooin modiTn houao;
walking dlstanoe. &uo caiaweu.
i ia o
FOH KENT We loan money on furniture
household goods, pianos, or any other se
curity, at the lowest rates and easleal
. ... I. ...ii i.f n-iiut i-nni-
in ilia ui an it".-, i ivi.ii - T ,
pany in Omaha, it will pay you to deal
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
3u7-3o Paxton Block.
wis nn exDart Diano movlna" at lowest
prices. Tel. Doui,iaji-liS26. bclunoiler ft
ALUeuer a'lanv vu., Aaia-aaia a, uuu.
FOR RENT Handsome colonial residence,
mil i'am Ave., upimsiu pais., moucii., fiiA
A none, xiarney -iuuo. Lst
FOR RENT Uolng to move? You will
then need new urcituru ana carpets.
Borrow from us and pay cusn lor inem.
We save you money. Furniture loans.
to. xxw rales, .aiy terms.
KELJABEK CREOlT CO..
Rooms j7-jS i'axion UlocK,
N. E. Cor. Farnuiii and loth Bis.
2B29 HAMILTON ST., -room modern oot-
1507 i-ara Ave., 6-room modern flat, fig.
iUi Izard Bt., 9-room modern house, XJO.
V.a North 24th Bt., store room, (18.
i& North nh. new store mum. $A.
bli North :uth Bt., elegant new 10-room,
modern brick, nuruwooa tr.rougnoui, m.
W. R. HOMAN,
1517 Farnam Bt.
832 8. 2th (Georgia Ave.) St.; hot water
heat; (J rooms; vacant April 25, 190& Do
not bother the tenant, see us. Harrison
ft Morten, 912-913 N. T. Life. Tel. Doug.
FOR RENT To desirable private family
9-room, modern, detached house, near
22d and California Sts., with or without
burn. 136. No boarding house. Apply
at iiu7 M. 19th fit. D Maul
C-ROOM housn, 1912 8. 36th Ave., porcelain
uain, oio., oarn
10 room, fuel, lodge St., modern 1. 00.
7 raoms, 84u3 Farnam, city water 415.U0.
and several others.
F. IX WEAD,
D 910 28
MAUUARD Von & Storage Co. Dry rooms.
tow prices, leiepnons uougias ltuy.
D MluJ M'JS
FOR RENT 7-room, modem house, barn.
8-rnom housn, water, eewer, gas. 3217 N
Sith. 120. D 114 2y
MODERN house, fcA Inquire 17ns Clark.
D M142 lx
10-KOOM stenm hatPd Hnt. 2315 Dnuirlii!
Bt. inquire zzo 1'axton Blk. D152 2Sx
FOR RENT -room all modern house, ex
cepi lurnace, li-i a. 2stn bt.
Hft'BK8 FURNISHED complete on credit
Reliable goods. Wevdon't ak Installment
OMAHA FimNTTT'RE AND CARTET CO
. K03-1211-1213 Farnam Btreet.
. D (3S 29
FOR RENT 8-room house, with bath, good
barn, lots of fruit, on paved street. JS26
Farker Bt., -i per month. Inquire U8
Spencer Bt. D 3W 2Sx
FOR RENT 7-room modern house, fur
nishfd or unfurnished: furnished. IX
month; unfurnished, $18 per month.
Meredith Avo. D-S.6 29x
5-ROOM flat, Omaha, 4; R-room cottage
ana 4-room flat, Bouth Omaha; ohoa
rent. 8. Hawver, 1014 Emmet. 1 3'J i
HOUSES FOR UKNT
6S8 So. 24th, 8-room, modern. . $40.
&V4 iHxlge, 8-room, modern. i'M JO.
S"7 So. 34th, v-rwira, modern, J5.
2319 Bo.- 16th, i-room flat, li.60.
3W6 Ames Ave . 5-room tint, $9.
GARVIN E 108. 14 FARNAM.
FOR RENT Oolng to move? You w
then need new furniture and carrot
arrow from us and pay cash for them
we save you lnnni-y- furniture loans, etc.
low rateg; eaey terms.
RELIAHLF, C K EDIT CO.,
Rooms 3C7-:jS Paxton Klock.
N. E. Cor. Farnam and lutli Bin.
t I.AROE unfurnished rooms with cloai-t
vcond floor; city water and sewer, f i.
2821 No. 5th. D 447 29x
TO LET, HOTEL BUILDING.
Two-story hotel at 1316-18 Leavenwiirth
St., tS rooms, arg office, dining room and
W. Faruam Smith ft Co., 1 Farnam St.
Payne, Boetwiek & Co.
2708 Blnney St., -r... three lota, $;&.
2310 Ho, 2atu, -r.t strictly all-modern, $22.50.
ltll No, 17th, l-r.. city water, $.
Ull Parke Ave.. 8-r., strictly modern, $37 50.
M No. iUt, p-r., strtctly modern, oak fin
ish, laundry heater, gas range and shades
(or entire house furaished. This Is now
and strictly up-to-date, $6lt,
PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO..
Sixth Floor N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
D 434 2
8VROOM house, large yard; good. 8433 I.arl.
more Ave. $JX Turkingion, Bee I3UU.
1 D Miiti 1
FOlIt nlc rcjoma at 816 8. 2bth St Apply
caxt door. D Mini lx
10-ROOM strictly modern house. pi41 prk
Ave. Tel. Harney -.-J12. l 105 ii
SIX-ROOM house for rent, "IS Smith lTtti
street. Ddl Sux
FOR-RENT STORES & OFFICES
VNITEIJ STATES NAT L BANK BLDO.
W have a number of office rooms for
rent- Two especially deairaUe suites, one
of two ro. u ;a and one of thite. Hue larxe
room, t,200 square feet floor space, fronting
on 1-rh untL Al.o s naller oflkes. BiLii
t a now.
C1IASL E. WILIAMSON CO.
'ia ruruam fit.
OR KENT STORES & OFFICES I.
Ft lit KKNT txtk room In Bee office, city
hall building, 417 N. BtH bL. acuta
Omaha. Apply to manager. I 134
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing. 44xliO: three floor and basement.
elevator; will rent 12x100 separately. )
I Farnam bt Inquire 314 First National
liana Bldg. 1-163
CENTRAL drug store, with fixtures; alio
laundry, with power, Tlsard. 20 .North
HE rooms lately occupied by Omaha
Musical association at lsth and Harney,
second flour. S. S. Curtis, agent.
40 Large store room for rent. 1318 Harney
Bt. in . f. uonge a co. i-Msu
fOOD store building for rent, 4028 Grand
avenue, Inquire next door. J-UM 30
105 S. 15th sweet. 135.10.
1H North i4th St., new store, 125.00.
JUM.-y XS. t R..NliK, 01'1 UU) f. o,
41 1 8. loth St.. 33x120. four-story, basement.
levator, steam heat, trackage; t.CtW per
AYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO., Sole Agents.
Sixth Floor, 14. 1. Lite Bldg.
TO LET TRACKAGE PROPERTY.
Kntlre block from Velst r to California
nd 12th to 13th fits., excepting railroad
Ight-of-way; will be vacalud by lumber
yard Juno 1.
W. FARNAM SMITH ft CO., 1330 Far. St.
OFFICE FOR RENT.
Ground floor ofiloe, or desk room, best In
city; ready May 1.
BHIMER ft CHASE CO..
1008 Farnam. Douglas gstf.
Fifteen years a miccexuful clairvoyant
without a failure. Permanently located at
ol Lapilol Ave.; no sign: all bUHinens cou-
nuentiai. Hours lo a. in. to s p. ni.
ll.UW KhWAKl) r OK libit 1KJI AU
If you are dutcourugi-u or In trouble take
he advice of one who knows and consult
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE.
The only clairvoyant In the world who
will give you a written guarantee to teach
you now to lusu'iiiaie anyone you deaire:
now to make your enemies your friends;
cause a speedy marriage witn the one ot
your cnolce, give you good iuck; remove
evil Inlluences: reunite the separated; de
velop medium; locate the earthy s burled
treasures; settle the old estate that time
has placed beyond the lawyer's shrewd
ness; muKe you successful In your business
and positively give you a written guarantee
to complete your uuainenB in one to
15 rendings for $1 for a few days to all
wno bring this coupon. o lou isx
To consult Mrs. Faust at 1709 Jackson St.
Bho gives a complete life reading, tells
everything; Is independent enough to tell
the truth. She does not ask you to write
your name or questions. One visit to a
genuine peychlo will repay you lor many
ulsappolntments. Call this weeK. com
plete reading, ladles, GOc; gentlemen, SI.
17U9 Jackson Bt. d w ax.
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
call at no. iw bouui loin bi., upstairs
Heaullful prediction absolutely given.
MME. EVA FAY, AT 209 N. 1STH,
MAKKH HPWIAI. ANNOUNCEMENT.
In announcing myself as a clairvoyant of
merit, wltn a reputation as a competent,
reliable and trustworthy adviser on all
affairs pertaining to the welfare or Hu
manity, I wish to Btate that I am not
endeavoring to gain the confidence of
anyone for the purpose of taking ad
vantage of them or getting tneir money.
I am here with a desire to help only
those who honestly wlBh to better their
condition and are willing to employ the
services of. a clairvoyant who can Rive
a thousand times the value received. I
ask no one lo believe what I tell them
until they are thoroughly convinced that
I have knowledge that required years of
study and careful training to acquire,
and that I have thoroughly mastered my
profession by gaining every possible ad
vantage of practical experience with the
most difficult cases ever presented to a
clairvoyant. My days of experimenting
are over. My professional services nre a
boon to the ambitious discontented and
unhappy people. I will tell you anything
you want to Know regnruing jroureeu.
any person or any thing.
If you are Interested In bettering your
Condition In life call at qnce. Don't delay.
Assistance tor irouoiea or unioriunaie.
If you are In trouble of any kind, dis
contented, unhappy or not satisfied in
life, or have domestic;, or love, or business
troubles you will be told how to overcome
all trouble. Your wish and objects In
life can be obtained. A secret you should
know the power to control.
She can only be consulted in her office from
10 a. m. to i p. m.
Business confidential. Fee In reach of all
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
PERSONAL ATTENTION E. H. Ferrln.
scientino horse shoeing. 416 B 18th. Tel.
uougiaa lisi. Horses called for and de
livered. P M470 M18
FOR SALE Good phaeton, two-seated
carriage, two sets double harness, on
set single narnesu. Tel. Harnev-1250.
P M127 29
FOR SALE Saddle pony, S years old;
also saddle and bridle, $60. Tel. Doug-las-2923.
P M128 29
FOR BALE Small horse, harness and
ouggy. Aaareaa A su. Bee. r Mt,v
WANTED To hay horses, all classes. Call
uu narney at. Tel. Red-7.MS. P M341
HIGH-GRADE, open, pneumatic park
wagon: ball-bearing axles: verv lielit.
stylish vehicle, in tine condition, at a bar
gain, a. iteiuingion. loin and Harney.
SHETLAND mare. 43d and Center.
W A VTL-ILP-onnsnl t..vV. n,l I
war. Will 'xchar)jre 160 acres dark sandy
Inn ni ' llii aoriiiB otliluo Kil u At-... . .
every inch can be farmed; lays nice, line
O s v w v, j jfv. g ti i rr . a in MI,Jr 111 II r-
ence if not to exceed $7.0iw. Iand selling
high as $50 close bv; HV mliVs north-
... V -11 r- k. T ir a. -am-, a . . .
ii-usu. aj. r . oiaiuii, armn, rweo.
itv 448 tax
A STOCK of furniture and hardware In an
eastern Nebraska town for land. st,-u
will invoice about $3,00. For full par-
iieuiuis vtr.io aiter ca late, riattsmouth.
Z. IJ( Ml
IF IOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
get it. 1kl
ROLLER grist mill and grounds, fully
ril,ri"u, citoii, utna or noin; Dtiilt li'J.
nuuuss uox ij, central City, Neb.
100 ACRE8 Kern county, California; level
in artesian belt; 20 miles south of Sun
iranclsco; $U per acre. Want Omaha or
iiim: z i a
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
WHY flJa V Irilkt rtrU.. Cll l- lm.i. . .
. . r..,',i .rv.r.r-i"-
" aiso oar nxtuiea.
. , v . v. . Also wr Ufttursi.
No agenty expenaea. Catalogue mullaj
WE IRl dT EVERYBODY, easy payments,
atid lead the woild in cheap prices on
billiard and pool tables ajd bar nxturea:
catalogue fre. The Brunswicke-Balke!
oueiiu. r k.u., am b. jou, t,t o,naha. Neb.
'"iril drr"l"ns dor at bom. Dou
Woodruff ft Arnold. 813-14 Neville Blk.
M 44 Mil
...... V '"lem oi dress cutting
taught; simplest and best method. leJI
M .8 May21
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
BUILDING REMODELING SALE
PI ANOS AT WHOLESALE PRICES
The Perfleld Piano Co. will double
1906. Our salesroom la to be remodeled
Increase In business we have found It necessary to make an expansion, and
have contracted for a store 100 feet longer and twice as wide and nigh as our
present building. This week alone Is left ns to dispose of our enure stock to
make way for the workmen. Rather than pay storage we have decided to
place these pianos on sale strictly at the wholesale net price pins the freight
eipenses. Come early to select an instrument, it is an opporrnoity yon can
not afford to lose.
Terrmi $2.00 to 16.00 monthly.
$350 Instruments for.
$300 instruments for.
$250 instruments for.
Used Pianos from $100 to $175.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 701.
1611 Farnam Street, Omaha
of all square and second-hand up-lgnt
pianos and organs:
Squares, 20 and up.
Uprights, S75 and up.
These Instruments are fully repaired and
guaranteed In every respect:
One Square Grand, only $ 20.00
Kimball Square Grand, only 38.00
Boardman ft Gray Square, only 52.00
Conover Square Grand, only 6S.O0
l,(iO0.00 Stelnway ft Sons' Square
Grand, only 85.00
Vose & Sons' Upt'Eht, ebony case.
Hall ft Sons' Upright, parlor size,
only .. 105.00
Vobq & Sons' Upright; full size, only. 138.00
Arlon Upright, walnut case, only 15.O0
Checkering, large size, only 178.00
Ebony Stelnway, fine tone, only 250.00
TERMS - $6.00 CASH AND
$3.00 FEli MONTH.
1 Beatty organ, 22 stops I 10.00
1 Kimball organ, t stops '. 12.00
1 Western cottage, walnut case la.uu
1 Mason ft Hamlin', walnut case 18.00
I small Estey organ, walnut case 20 00
1 Silver Chimes, high top, oak case.... 27.00
1 HUlstrom, walnut case, good tone.
1 Kimball, high top, 11 stops and mir
ror 25 00
1 Kimball, fancy style, with mirror.. 88.00
1 walnut piano case, Wilcox 4 White,
Vii octaves 45.00
1 mahogany piano case, Kimball, TVs
octaves, very swell, only.... 68.00
1 Mason ft Hamlin, beautiful oak
case, latest design; regular price,.
$140; our price W OO
TERMS - $3.00 CASH AND
$2.00 PER MONTH.
We ship Instruments everywhere and
guarantee satisfaction or refund your
Manufacturers and Dealers In Fine Pianos
1311 and i13 Farnam St., Omaha.
LAST CALL! Come to our offlce. First Na
tional Bank Ulng., and arrange for the
trip Tuesday, May 1, to the Great Pan
handle country. Entire trip costs you
nothing under certain reasonable condi
tions. Let us tell you about It: Irew
Land Co. Y M409 30
Gilt edge (denomination 1,000), long time
bonds netting b per cent. Security of the
very boat, particulars on application.
Till. rUTaAM CO.,
CADET TAYLOR. W. B. TAYLOR,
Y li 28
DO YOU have any kind of property to ex
change lor loan or jseDraafcu luim, ouui
peaa property, Omahuv residence, guneial
stock muse., haruware, drug suiru, etc..
etc. Y Our list is large. Lei us get you
results. Teiupleton & Manker,, ZmJ Bee
Blug. Tel. Douglas-2&o4. Y M(s4
FOR SALE Ice cream purlur, candy
kitchen, power ireezer, ice oieaKcr, steam
engine, ice cream wagon, new Walrus
fountain; doing a good business; & doors
from puioU.cj, the best town of 4,ouJ in
Oklahoma. Reauons for Belling, ill-health.
This Is a bargain. AUtlresa C 47, cure Bee.
Y MoOg 41
$2u0 and easy payments secures confection
ery DuKlness clearing tij to it per weeK.
C 65, care Bee. If M 410 30
FOR SALE State rights on an article In
universal demand; sale Increasing daily;
only principals meaning business need tp-
J.iy. Address Opportunity, P. O. box 16W,
nlladelphia. Pa. Y Mt 1"jx
FOR SALE Barber shop In Riley hotel.
doing a good Dusinens; good proposition;
good reasons for selling. Audi ess John
P. Kuliney, Pl&tuuuuuili, Neb.
FOR SALE Drug store in residence sec
tion of beanie. or particulars address
Druggist, 4JS Unt Ave., Seattle, Wash.
Y bl'Mb M2x
A REAL SNAP
Ten-room rooming liouse. best location in
city, rent only $36 per month. Inquire of
JOE LE VINE'S
Furniture store. 304-3U6 North Sixteenth St.
MAN with $5.0u0 to $ft.0uv can tind safe and
profitable Investment for time or money,
or both, by addressing, in pirfect confi
dence, D 2, cara Bee. Y M411 80
A SWELL ROOMING HOCSE Elegantly
furnished li rooms lull of toonwti and
boarders; rent reasonable; Farnam dis
trict, walking distance. Party leaving
city; will soil cheap. Templeton ft Man
ket, Ji3 Bee building, telephone Douglas
2H- Y Mlu2
FOR RENT Space for a barber shop.
Koehler hotel, urand isiana, .er.
WANTED Ambitious young photographer
to manage our gallery in town or but)
wun gooa country imuo ; vwnvr uaa out
fit; percentage plan; reference nmulred.
Lock box 2-1, Niobrara, Neb.
FOR SALE Physician's $2,5U practice;
town of 4.UO0, southeastern part of Slate.
A good proposition. Aaaieas i ii, enrs
their present capacity after May 1,
and doubled. Owing to our large
VALUABLE patent rlaht for sale or trade
owner too much other business to oevore
proper amount of time to It; fortune In
this; any reasonable offer will be con
sidered. D 1, care Bee. 1 M4ia 30
THE Greene Storks and Atlantic Mutual
scrip bought and sold. Unlisted seoun
tleu rienlt in Limitations nroniollv fur
nished. Write William B. Dugan ft Co.,
44 Broad St., New York. 871 zsx
HOTEL business. South Dakota, paying
J1.21W a month; landlady is sick and must
sell rurnlture and lease; .i.wo. ana on
easy terms; worth $10,000. C 66, care B?e.
SOMB GOOD BARGAINS.
310 ACRES Wichita Co., Kan. ; ! seres eul
tlvated; no improvements; 810 per acre.
160 ACKE3 Hooka Co.. Kan.; 100 acres eul
tlvated; rork buildings; fowl water; 13,300.
JS0 ACRES Webitr Co., Mo. ; 1R0 acres eul
tlrated: mod btilldlun: Drica 13,100.
116 ACRES Adair Co., Mo.; 10 acres tame (rasa;
wall fenced; price $3. par acre.
160 ACRKS Carrol Co., Ark.; 70 acres eslthratadi
8-room hou.ie; orchard; price II, zoo.
40 ACRES Clay Co., Ark.; 10 acrea cultivated;
mom fanuu: aanA water: Drice 81.000.
160 ACRES Noble Co., Okl. ; TO iterea cultlTatadi
bouse,, etc.; orchard; price 4,oou.
160 ACRES Comanche Co., Okl.; 80 acres eul
tlrated: t-rnom house: some fruit; 11,400.
8MI ACRES Titus Co.. Tea.; 838 acres cultlTsted;
6-room house, etc. : 816 per acre.
860 ACRK8 Larimer Co., Colo.; 400 seres culti
vated: aood bulldlnaa: price 816.000.
160 ACRES UeBoto Co., La.; U acres cultivated;
balance timber: home etc.. 63.600.
10 ACRES Whitfield Co., Oa. ; jood buildings;
rouna on hard : aood water: nrlce 36 Der acre.
16-ACRB FKl'IT FARM Larimer Co., Colo.; all
kinds of fruit; aood buildings: price "U.
s ACRES Warrao Co. Pa.; 46 acres cultivated
aood bulldlnas: wire fences; 8X 000.
160 ACRES Marlon Co., F'.a. ; 40 acrea culti
vated: aood bulldlnas: near tows: price 89O0.
160 ACRES Ollllaou Co., Ore.; all prairie; 10
acrea wheat: sood bulldlnaa: 816 per acre.
FIVE LOTS Boone, la.; Sua location; good
growing town; a bargain at 81,600.
J5S ACRES Monroe Co., Ia.; 40 acrea cultivated
11-room bouse; orchard; 840 per acre.
366 ACRES Cannon Co.. Tcnn. ; 66 acrea culti
vated; good bulldlnga: price 36.60 aa acre.
46 ACRES Sumner Co., Teen.; 41 acres culti
vated; 6-room bouae; orchard; 817.60 per acre.
1(3 ACRES Duffs lo Co., Wla. : 61 acres . culti
vated; all new buildings: pries 63,800.
BLACKSMITH SHOP PottawaUamla Co., Kao.
so others in town; good machinery; price 8676.
ROLLER MILL Orange Co., Ind. ; alao aaw mill.
1 acrea ox ground and bouse: a bargain; 63.000.
FLOUR MILL Madtaon Co.. Ala.; desire to sail
iwo-ihinis atock; a bargain at 3100 ehare.
130 ACRES Tarlor Co., Ia. ; 80 aaraa cultivated;
6-room bouse, etc ; 866 per acre.
HOI'SK LOT La Bette Co., Kea.j 1-etory I-
room Bouse; Data room; some rruit; 61. 60v.
N. B. JOHNSON A CO..
Bank Commerce lildg., Kausaa City, Me.
Y 662 9x
BUTCHER, with a very little money; good
opening In country town. D 8, care Boe.
Y M414 10
CASH for your real estate or business, no
matter where located. If you desire a
quick sale send us description and price.
Northwestern BuBtness Agency, D 312,
nana oi t-ommerce rsiag., Minneapolis
2-CHAIR barber shop; $85 takes It: sick
ness reason. V 8, care Bee. Y M415 80
YOU can never profl iy business chances
unless you nave some money; small sav
ings are the foundation of large fortunes
start a savings account with J. L. Bran
dels ft sons. Bankers, 16th and Dougla
Sts. Assets over $400,000. Y
P A TE N T S
Patent secured or Fee Returned.
Send model or sketch for free opinion as to
patentability. Send for illustrated Quids
Book. Contains 100 mechanical move
ments and LIST OF INVENTIONS
WANTED. Particulars NEW TRADE-
MAHK LdA W COFYRIUHTS, eto. Pat
ents aaveitisea rree in World s Progres
EVANS, W1LKEN8 ft CO.,
E&8 F Street, Washington. D. a
MAN with brains and money to swing big
aeai. can aounie his Investment In few
months; legitimate strictly; investigate
coiuiuenuaiiy. t; ti, care nee.
MODRRN 18-room hotel with bar, new
furniture and fixtures; small live river
town; owner must chanse climate: 12.000
cash, bal. trade or terms to suit; if you
uou i mean uusiness aon c answer; price
$j,000 complete: would like small chlrUsr
farm. Address Box 6, Fountain City, Wis,
SOMETHING NEW The Ice cream waffle
great success with fairs, lea cream par-
ior, street corners, snmmer resorts
thousands sold at the Whit Cltv. CM.
cago, Atlantic City and leading summer
resorts; Inexpensive outfit; secret for
mula; write for details. Waffle Cone
juig. vtoras, It. 641, 154 Lake St., Chlcngo
I 408 20X
63 ACRES fine corn land; cash or crop
rent; 10o acres good bottom pasture land.
well fenced and watered, twelve miles
north or council Bluffs; wll rent sep-
I1- C" rumpnrey, tv Mevlile Blo.-k.
I'lione Douglas 6407. Y 417 2
WANTED High-class man to man
lB" He,j, aaiary not exceeoing i
miiv. lumiinHiijiin, invcainiert al.ttsj i
upward required; only cap;ibl6. busln
.. ... .Ulllll, WlillHTSI luimniB
erencep, need apply. Address Box
11 .n ... n eia r ,-
'"i X Aid
COBALT Consolidated Mines Company will
sell stuck In producing mines only: sell
claims part cash, part stork: oranl.
companies; develop properties. Address
Home wank Bldg., Toronto, Canada.
Y 261 29x
GROCERY stock, bargain; on account of
sickness must sell at once. Nat. Inv. Co
Douglas block. Y 431 29
BUSINESS FOR BALE.
Great opportunity; large, new furniture and
undertaking store (fireproof). In lively
prosperous Nnbraska town of son- Inhabl
tants. Will sell stock and building, or
will rent building; good, steady trade. For
rmrtlculars address Lock Box im. Laurel
Neb. Y 174 25X
Only lumber, coal and grain business I
western Nebraska town: dulnr rood bust
ness; also good residence; good reasons
for sellinr Address or call at HO Flmmet
bt. Tel. Douglas tin. Y M878 lux
UNt.lSTED SECURITIES I will buy or
sen: send ror latest price list. C. r.
neslrej. r largest dealer in I mterl States
44 North American Bldg., Phtladelnhi
Pa. Est. lto. Y ttx
FOR SALE Hardware, furniture and an
dertaklng business; good town southeast
ern Nebraska; only furniture and under
taking in town; no trade. Y4T1 8u
MAIL order and agents' supply houses
wanting sunceasrul household sneolalt
addres Cordog WatSOO Co., IS Warm
ROKER8 tR INVESTORS-lllt-elge In
dustrial; high-olass literature prelrel;
engraved; full pavid; non-aeoalle-; f
per cent accumulative, uoorge A. jtus
elL 11 Park Row. New York, for option
and particulars. T-3$2!(X
SAVINO BANK I)EIX)8ITJR9 desiring to
pet f per oern should write for pxrtlcojari
refrarning a nmn-grane innuwiriai wnu:n
we offer. Crawford Dental Mfg. Co., 147
Nassau St., New Tork. Y 370 2Px
some capital; lake management large
manuiari tiring . juani; tisniie nnun,
itaple line; rievT up with orders; owners
nsaaed In either lines: want a No. 1 man.
Address "C. W. T.," earn Rudolph
Ouenther's Advertising agency, loS Ful
ton St., New York City. Y 317 2;x
IF IOU want to buy or "!! mining, In
dustrial or curb seouiilies it win bay
you to write H. and J. T. Blade. 25 Rrnad
Bt New York. Y-3 Z'x
We desire to form a company to control
33 Sections of land In eastern ColoradJ
which offers an exceptionally good oppor
tunity to make 200 per cent on the Invest
ment during the year.
Full protection will be guaranteed all who
are connected with the compuny. For com
plete Information wrlta or see AT ONCE
R. Beecher HoWell &
Tel., Doug. 1836. 601-3 Karbach Blk.
WANT to show party with modost
amount of ready capital my property in
Montana, a placer mine that I will work
for two months this spring, and irriga
tion project which will make an all-year
use of water, lengthening placer mining
season: property should be seen to be
appreciated, but can be explained; will
be In Minneapolis for ten days. AddresB
uox 3113, Aiiuneapoiis. v 4H rjx
FOR EXCHANGE Stock of general dry
goods, ladles men s and children s rur
nlshlng goods, notions, etc.; invoiced at
about $8,000.00; owner will accept good
land, either Improved or unimproved; re
quires about one-third cash, balance land;
will assume reasonable encumbrance on
the land: act uulck if you want this;
stock right here in St. Paul and subject
to lull investigation and Inspection. U.
v. homers, 600 Manhattan Bldg.. bt,
Paul, Minn. Y 4u6 29x
$125,000 OR PART for Investment In Boine
good enterprise without services. T. E.
Cameron, Sentinel Bldg., Milwaukee. Wis.
X 24U 1
TV IJ Tr- A T- 19 KA K. . , ,1 ..a V. . I nnH ... . f
iers, gooa lor one wcck; zc aavance or
uecune trom price gives aiw piout; writs
lur imrucuiHi a. ..uiiniiei co umin v u.v
Commerce Bldg., Chicago. Y 218 2x
COME south: owner obliged to chnnsre cli
mate; will sell, on easy terms, proniaqie
going business; guarantee minimum )oo
bing, profit 20 per cent, retail 80 per cent;
March sales. IS.OOO: banks will tell you
take It; experience unnecessary; write
today; might consider part traoe. au
dress V. H. Parks, secretary, Houston,
Tr-x. i Aft yx
LADIES, $1,000 REWARD! I positively
guarantee my ruever- sjnng n-ituo-KOLO
Remedy. Safely relieves longest,
most obstinate cases of delayed ilootiny
periods In 3 to 6 days without harm, pain
or Interference with worn. Mail. Jl.60.
Double strength. 8J.U0. "SPECIAL FOLD
ER FOR LADIES FREE. DR. U. H.
SOUTH1NOTON CO., KANSAS CITlf,
LADIES Chichester's English Pennroyal
i'lila are the Dest; saie, reuaDie. iaKe no
other. Send 4c stamps for particulars
"Relief for Ladles," In letter by return
mall. Ask your druggists. Chichester
Chemical Co., Philadelphia, fa.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Cray's Nerve
Food Pills ' $1 box, postpaid. Sherman ft
Moconneii Drug uo.. umana. 211
DR. HUTCHINSON, specialist of women
and children. Onlce 2206 Cuming. 'Phone
C T A siTrrtsntT'Q MaHatijl A..ei. K.a
A Dl UXUaVO ITJCiO.aiVU a(.WI II tj J , al s 8,"
a si as i rarla rrs r If 6ft avirt.'rl47Hta no 4aaaa gi n.
less successful, (17 Life, Omaha.
F. J. LARSON ft CO., patent lawyers.
fatent dock tree, ut tiiag., umana, Met.
8HARPE MACHINB WORKS Patents
procured, inventions developed, drawings,
batterns, castings, machine work, eui-iili
b. ltnn eu sol
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
uonai inveatmsnt CO., m uougias xiiock.
A place to trade your old worn out furni
ture for new. HIGHEST PRICES AL
LOWED for old goods. Fair treatment.
WOLF SUPPLY CO.
$20 NO. 18th St. Tel. Doug. 1039.
LOST Lady's gold watch with monogram
A. I. ft. and fob; return to iiayaen uros
office and receive reward.
Lost 422 29 x
The funeral of the late Mr. Henry J
Windsor will be held at the residence In
the Hamilton building. Twenty-rourth ant
Farnam streets, on Sunday. April 29. a
2.30 p. m. Interment private. Friends are
requested Kinaiy not to senn nowers.
CUT-RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. H. I'hllbin. iux f arnam. rnone uoug
LARSON ft JOHNSON. 1408 Farnam. Doug.
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N. Y. L. Tel. Doug.
DR. WELLS. Neville Blk. Tel. Doug. 68U
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINERY
Tann Construction Co.. 803 Neville Blk
Miles face down cement block machine.
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnain. Tel. Doug,
HESS ft SWOBODA, 1418 Fauiiank Oat
TREES AND SHRUBS
LARGEST assortment Of trees and shrubs
In the city at Crescent Nursery. Sities
ground 21st and Farnam. Tel. Dougla
LET John Grant make your cement side
walk, driveways or cellar floor if you
want the best guaranteed 10 years. ORlce
tin floor Bee Bldg. Tel. Douglas nw.
HOFFMANN ft Oentleman. 702 N. lh.
Doug. 86M. Hi US
OKEAT WESTERN URAN1TE CO. Doug
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
ELECTION PROCLAMATION BY
Proclamation and Notice: To the electors
and legal voters of the City of Omaiia
of a general city election of the City of
Omaha to be held Tuesday, May 1. 1,
for the purpoft of electing a Mayor, City
Clerk. Comptroller, City Attorney, Build
ing Inspector and twelve Counolmen, and
submitting prouoeltluns to vote bonds.
To the Electors and Legal Voters of the
City of Omaha:
y B. Ziniman. Mayor of the City
of Omaha, do le-.ua this, my proclamation,
and by the authority vested In me as such
Mayor do hereby give publln notice 10 the
lectors and legal voters of the city of
Omaha that a general election will be held
in said City on Tuesday, May l. iim), lor
tie purpose of electing a Mayor, city
lerk. Comptroller. City Attorney, Bulldim;
Inspector and twelve Oouneilinen. In ac
cordance with an net of the legislature of
he State of Nebraska Incorporating metro
politan cities, etc., approved April $, 16,
and amendments thereto.
I do further give mimic notice and pro
claim that at said election the following
question and proposition reg.tr(T:ng the Is
sue of bonds of the City of Omaha will he
submitted to said electors and legal voters,
QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF IS
SUING INTERSECTION BONDS.
Shall bonds of the City if Onirtha In the
sum of ilfty thousand dollars W.0Otn be Is
sued, as may be required ilurriK the year
wos, ror the purpose of p;iylng the cost of
paving, repnvlng or macadamizing and
curbing and flittering the Intersections of
streets and spades opposite slleys In said
city nnd in front of real estste not Gilb
ert to assessment of special takes for pov
ng purposes, raid bonds to run twenty (20)
yenrs from the date thereof and to bear
interest, payable seml-annunlly, at a rate
not to exceed 4 per cent per nnniim, with
Interest coupons attached: said bonds to be
called "Intersection Bonds" and not to be
sold for less thsn par, the proceeds thereof
to be used for no other purpose thnn pay
ing the cost of paving, repaving or macad
amizing nnd or eurning una guttering tne
Intersections of streets and spnees opposite
alleys and in front of real estate not sub
ject to assessment ct special taxes ror
Tne naia question una proposition or iss-u
Inp "Intersection Bonds" shall be sub
mitted to said electors In the form of of
flclnl bnllnts prepared bv tho City Clerk of
snld city nnd rronerly distributed amon
the aevernr districts nnd nt the several
polllnir places of stld Cltv Election. Under
the snld question una proposition on sua
oflcinl bnllot shall be printed the word
Yes" and the word No. All oallots of
said electors cast at said election with
nn 'nr., mnrv foliowlns' the word Yes"
shall be counted and considered In favor of
Issuing the bonds mentioned in sain ques
tion nnd proposition, nnd nil brtllot.a of said
lee-nl elector" cast t said election with an
X" mark followlnsr the word "No" shall
be counted and considered neralnet the ssu.
Inar of the bonds mentioned in tne question
and proposition: provided, thrtt If voting
mnehlnes he tised at said election, pursuant
to lntr. the Cltv Clerk shnll not nnnt any
official ballots, but shall prepare the state
ment of tne nuestion eiinmltten to he in
serted nn the bnllot Inbel for question on
such mtlnar machine, with the words "Yes"
nnd "No" for the voter to Inolcsfn nls af
firmative or nernt1ve vote on such question
by operating the proper nnvtoe rnereror.
The pons shall be open on tne nnr or
s1d election nt o'clock In the morning
nd shall continue open un'11 S o'clock In
thn evenlnr of the mm" d"y st the re
spective votlne piacen following, towlt:
CITY OP OMAHA.
First Dlstrlct-1119 S. Bth St.
Peond District n Pacific St.
Third District 1708 S. 10th St.
Fourth District 019 Bancroft St
First District 2415 S. 29th St.
Second Dlrtrict :023 Vinton St.
Third District 1S01 Vinton St.
Fourth Dlstrlct-1710 Vinton St
Fifth Dlstrlrt-2204 S. lfith St.
First District 1519 Webster St.
Second Dlstrict-322 South 10th St
Third District 302 N. 15th St.
Fourth District 422 8. 16th St
Fifth Dlstrlct-517 8. 13th St.
First District 1610 Capitol Ave.
Second District 422 S. 18th St.
Third District 718 S. 16th St.
Fourth District 814 S. 20th St
Fifth District 2307 Davenport St
'. FIFTH WARD. - v
First Dtstrict-4101 N. 24th St
Second District 2825 Sherman Ave.
Third District 2601 Sherman Ave., (barn.)
Fourth District 1840 Sherman Ave.
Fifth District 1168 Sherman Ave.
First District 2807 N. 24th St.
Second Dlstrlct-1710 N. 24th St
Third District 2004 N. 28th St.
Fourth District 2122 Military Ave.
SEVENTH WARD. ,
First District 111S 8. 27th Bt.
Second Dlstrlct-1626 South 20th St
Third District 1334 Park Ave.
Fourth District 2)06 a 23d St., (barn.)
First Dlstrict-1417 N. J4th St.
Second District 1721 Cuming St -Third
District 608 N. 16th St.
Fourth District 2421 Cuming St
First District 2706 Cuming St.
Second District 3028 Hamilton St.
Third District 3304 Davenport St.
Fourth District 211 S. 38th St., (barn.)
Fifth District 2912 Farnam St
First Distrlct-1018 & 10th St
Second District 1623 Leavenworth St
Third District 2121 Leavenworth St
Fourth District 1424 S. lflth Bt.
Fifth District 1821 William St.
First District 4008 Hamilton St
Second District 3803 Leavenworth St
Third District 8414 Leavenworth St
Fourth District 706 S. 27th St
First District 4314 N. &4th St
Second District 3624 Ames Ave.
Third District 2i08 N. 30th St., (barn.)
Fourth District 8014 N. 24th St.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand as Mayor of said City of Omaha
this lain aay or April, inn.
HARRf B. ZIMMAN,
(Seal.) . Mayor.
W. H. ELBOURN,
Sealed proposals are Invited and will be
received oy the city clerk for the sale of
the following frame buildings situated upon
IOIS i, I.I iiu IV, wiwn '., ... o
addition to the city of Omaha. Nebraska,
town: , ,
One story frame cottage and basement
on lot 12, block 16. College Place.
Ons story frame cottage and basement
on lot 13, block IS. College Place.
Double two story frame house on lot 14,
block 18, College Place.
Bids for the Bale of said houses must be
for cash, and must be filed with the city
clerk on or before 8 o'clock p. m. on Tues
day May 1, lst-ti. the purchaser to remove
snld houses from said premises within
thirty days after the acceptance of his bid.
Bids must be s.-aled and addressed to
W 11 Elbourn, Ity clerk, room lt6. City
hall, Omaha, Nebraska, and must be
marked, "Proposal for purchase of build
'"The city council reserves the right to
releet any or all bids.
Published lr accordance with resolution
No. 103 of April i Bovns
Omaha. April 28, 1. CIt
WRECKING BIDS WANTED.
For wrecking brick buildings costing over
6,uuo on C. ft N. W. Ry 's new depot term
fSthf betwefn 13th and 14th and Webster
and Davenport Sis.. Omaha. All bidders
must file their bids on or before May 1.
19For locations of buildings snd Pe'-lnca-tl'n
of re.iuirements apply to D. V. Sholes
Company. 722 N. Y. Life Bg. T'l Doug
las 4iT Or at temporary office. 4o3 N. 1U.J
Bt.. between 12 and 1 p. m.
WTionsrer you want
omethlEf call 'Pbont
tZS and makg It
known througli Bt)
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CHAT ABOUT WOMEN.
In Colusa county. California, this month
Miss Florence Berker ran against her
father, P. F. Berker, the Incumbent, for
the office of school trustee, and beat the
old man after a hot campaign. Sho did It
Decause sne naa neara ner ratner intended ,
to oust a female teacher who was a friend '
Sarah Herring Sorrin of Tucson. Arts.,
has been admitted to practice in the
supreme court of the United States. She
makes the twenty-fifth woman admitted
to practice In the court. Mrs. Belvs Lock
wood, the first so admitted, was present
when the motion was made In Washington
In Mrs. Sorrin's behalf.
Miss Lillian M. Thomas, a surgeon for
the New York Fire department, is an im
mense favorite with the firemen. When
ever a spectacular tire paints red the mid
night sky there Is a girl, clad in rubber
coat cap and boots, eating smoke with
the sturdiest firemen. She manages to
keep In the background so far as news
paper notoriety Is concerned, persistently
refusing to tnlk with reporters. Mttis '
Thomas looks like a girl of 16. Of course alio
is several years older that that, but though
the firemen are as brave as can be found
none of them has had the courage to auk
The popular fad In Berlin Is said to bs
the regular attendance at kindergarten ot
society women. The Froetjel society admits
them as pupils, teaches thesn to draw pic
tures that will amuse chlldrvn on black
boards, paper and slates; to cut out silhou
ettes and do a multltudo of other diverting
things; makes them adepts In kindergarten
songs and plays. As some of the teachers
are eminent In their profession, the grown
up pupils learn much, and it is hoped will
have no further trouble In playing with
their children nt home.
Among all the faithful and devoted servi
tors of the United States government In
the lighthouse department one of the very
oldest In duration of service until her re
cent resignation was Julia T Williams
of Santa Barbara, Cal. Her husband be
came keeper of tlas Sunla Barbara light
house In 1M6 and when he died in 1807 Mrs.
Williams took up his work and continued
It until recently, when forced to resign
her post on account or tne innrmuies or.
age. "Every nls'ht for thirty-eight years,"
so runs the official record, "Mrs. Williams
climbed to the light at midnight and
changed the lamps, and never was a hi
absent from her post except to attend
church on the Sabbath."
With only an Indian half-breed as helper.
Lilian K. Uulcoiui. a woman mining
prospector In Nevada, professes her bsOie
that she has discovered a ledge of rtuft
copper unil gold ore, In a ridge 8,otX) feet
long In the foothills of Death Valley. Mixs
Malcolm? wno claims to have traversed,
the wilds of Alaska In search for gold,
and has been a prospector lor ten year-,
made up her nilhd to examine the funeral
raiie, and tl.ere found this ledge which
she believes holds millions for the skilled;
miner and that the fame- for opening up
the copper region of Death Valley belongs
Though she said with a fine show of firm
ness at the outset of her married life that
she would attend to her own correspond
ence and that the employment of a social
secretary wus a piece of nonsence. Mr.
Alice Roosevelt Ixingworth has bm-n forced
lo hire a stenographer. She did not count
on the mass of letters that would co.nei
her way. They are all from lovelorn girls.
Some uak her advice about aff.iiis of ths
heart, others petition or pecuniary as
sistance so that the wedding day may
be hastened. A sample plea comes from
a young woman, the daughter of a mis
sionary, who says sho sorely needs $3.0o
so that she may get a suitable trousseau
and journey to Sitka, Aluaka. wlieis her
betrothed Is working.
On the Deer's Horns.
Stories of deer with rain barrels or water
pulls on their heads are common enough
among Maine and Adirondack guides, but
It Is left for Europe to come to the Xoie
with a variant Some huntsmen near Inns
bruck came upon a stag with a ladder on
Its antlers. In kplte of this handicap, it
made off at great speed on seeing the man,
leaping hedges and dashing through the
undergrowth as if quite unimiieded. Its mud
career was stopped, however, when the ends)
of the ladder caught between two trees.
Its struggles were so frantic at the ap
proach of the huntsman's dog that it broke
off part of Its anth is. ami. thus freed, made
good its escape. The ladder proved lo be
long to a f irmer, who bad left It standing
against one of hU- haystacks. While steal
ing the hay, the stag had evidently upset
the ladder, which had thus become fixed
on its horns. Which goes to prove that
honesty is the beet policy- ven for stags
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