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Tlir, OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 100(1.
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Thanks and Lodge Entires, T rents
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tional edition. Snnrtay, lO rents a
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Want ads for The Kee mar be left at
any of the follonln drag stores
one Is "yonr rorner droaalst" the
are all branch offices of The nee and
yonr ad will be inserted Jnst as
promptly and at the same rates as at
the main office la The Ilee building,
gTinttnth and Farnam streeta.
Albach, W. C, 40th and Farnam,
Bersnek. B. A., 1402 8. 16th Bt
Becht Pharmacy. 720 8. 16th St.
Benson Pharmacy, Benson, Neb,
Caughlin, C. 'K.. tith and Herce Sts.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy, 2213 Military Ave.
Conte. J. H., 31st Ave. and Farnam.
Crlssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake,
Cormak. Kmil, U62 S. i:tth St.
Kugtman Pharmacy, 44t; Hamilton,
lihler, P. 11 , 2i2 Iavenwoi th.
Foster & Arnold, 213 N. a"th Ht.
Freytag, John J., 1911 N. 24th Kt
Florence Drug Co., Florence, Neb.
Green's Pharmacy, corner Park Ave. and
Greenough, O. A., 1026 S. 10th St.
Greenough, U. A., H'th and Hickory.
Hayden, Wm. C, 2SSU Karntun Bt.
Hanscom Park Pliar., l.V'l S. 29 th Ave.
Hoist, John, t;24 N. lfith Ht.
Huff, A. L., 1!C9 Lake St.
Huff, A. L., 1.924 Leavenworth Pt.
King Phurmacy, 22.;S Farr.am St.
Kounlze Place Pharmacy, 34 N. "4th.
. Patrick Drug Co., liioZ N. 24th St.
Lathrop, Chas. E., 1324 N. 21th St.
Parker Street pharmacy. :W"2 Parker St
Peyton, L. K.. 24th and Leavenworth.
Saratoga Drug Co., 24th and Ame Ave.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug store, 16th and
Bchuefer, August, 2631 N. 16th St.
Schmidt, J. H., 24th and Cumin Sis.
Storm Pharmacy, ltith and Martha Sts.
Walnut Hill Phar., 4oth and Cumin?.
Walton. Pharmacy, 20th and Grace Sts.
' "Wlrth, O. H., 40th and Hamilton Sts.
The following; marriage licenses have been
Name and Residence. Age.
Abe Conn. Omaha
Anna. Kear, Omaha 24
; Richard E. Kinney. St. Louis, Mo 33
Nancy A. Snyder, St. Louis, Mo.... 40
Henry C. Bloat, Bouth Omaha 26
Vlrga Ruger, Laeeyvllle, Pa 18
William C. Russell, Omaha 4"
Mrs. Clara Hurt, Omaha 26
Willie Simon yuartrebaum, Omaha..
Mary E. Overall, Omaha 43
i BinTIIS AND DEATHS.
The following births and deaths were re.
rorted to the Bmrd of Health during the
wenty-four hours ending Friday noon:
Births David Menteply, Omaha Country
club, boy; Charles Duvles. 11)10 Dodge, girl;
C. J. Fishbach, 2121 North Twenty eighth
avenue, gl:l; Clurenee Carmen, 403 Ban
croft, girl; H. O. Gannett, 36 Dewey ave
nue, girl; James Peterson, Ninth nnd Paul,
boy; Peter Sip, 1!S South Fifteenth, girl.
Deatha Daniel Keating. 412 North Four
teenth, 62; Alice Carr, 3M Charles, 77.
DEATH AND Fl NEHAL NOTICES.
GISEKE Laura, December 18, 1900, aged 62
Funeral services will be held from under-
taking parlors or Hralley & Dorrance to
Diets Memorial church. Tenth and P.erce
Streets, Satuiday. December 22, at :.) p. in.
Interment Pioiect Hill cemetery. Friends
Sl'HULI-Harry. December 21, 19, nged
3i years ti months, at 2421 North Twonly
Funeral Sunday at 2 p. m. from residence.
MILLER Mrs. Charles E, aged 40 years,
ut l.4u p. m. Thursday, December 2n, li.
Funeral frotn resilience, Ltilii Leave nwoi th
street, Satuiday at 2 p. m. Interment For
est Lawn cemetery. Friends lnvltti.
. MABRKER Fredrick W., at the residence
of his stepfon, F. H. Ki etz.schmar, 4oU
Hanilltcn street, Decemiier 20, lV, aged
76 years 10 mouths :M days,
Funeial services will be held at Friend,
Neb., December 22, lUoti.
' KEATING Daniel, aged 62.
Funeral Saturday, December 22, at 8:30 a.
m. from Convent chapel. St. Joseph hos
pital. Interment sL Holy Sepulchre ceme-
THE FUNERAL OF MR. CARSON.
Th funeral of O. F. Carson, sr., of 1124
North Fortieth street will be held at the
" First Baptist church Saturday afternoon
1 at 2:30 o'clock. All friends are invited.
I The Members of Capttol Txidge, No. S.
A. F. and A. M., and sojourning Master
Mason, are requested to meet at Fiee
Mmsoiis Hall today. Saturday. December 22.
at 13U p. m., to attend the funeral of
, our lute brother, Orson F. Carson. Mem
bers of sister lodges are requested to at-
tend. By order of
WILLIAM E. RHOADE8,
' JOHN BAM FORD, Master.
Drald Camp, Notice.
Special meeting is called for Saturday
night. December 22, at Frenzer Hall. Twenty-fourth
and Parker, to make arranoe
l nients for th funeral of the late Sovereign
A. h. sohuhi. J. w. morrow.
R. L. HOWE, Clerk.
LOST AND FOUND
WILL party who took s r'r of skstes off
Ui back piu'.form of Dodge car Decoinbcr
I return to lite uttlce? No ijucsUon.
LOST Wednesday afternoon, a fraternity
pin; shaixt star and element; both slur
and crescent set with pearls; ulsj an
emerald In center of star; raised emblem
In crescent; owner's name on ihe back.
Tilts pin is not much value but Is prized
by the ownur, who will pay reward If
returned to George & Co., lw'l Farnam St.
Lost Mu44 23x
JAMV Square 14-inch grip; opens on top;
contains stationery and letters addressed
to D. F. Ielial. lve at Merchants
hotel and receive reward. 1-iost 0M 22x
alORAND 8 winter term for children at 211
S. Ittli, Crelghton Institute,. III be (tin
Saturday, December 8, b.-gmuets, 2 p. in ;
advance, I 3W p. it'..; terms, tour months,
brglnnsrs $10. advenes $. ' I'l. .i.e l,,uxi
lc4l. Adults, 15th and Harney; lesuu
Tuesdays and Fridays S p. in., assemblies
Wednesday Miil2 :'
6TADLER DANCINO ACADEMY row
cpen. Two-sup snd waltsee and latest
dancing taught on Friday of each .ek.
For terms 'phone Doug, 2x29 or It'll Far.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
lei. Benson &1M.
large box stalls; na
Ktyadone Stoik Farm.
P. O. addresn, Unwuu,
P- Ma- .2
UOKtii:a-AU ai&a alycra, 1716 Jackson.
WANTED MALE HELP
WIXTKK TERM of the Omaha Commercial
C"1I-ko, 19th sn.l Fntnani. opens Wednes
day, Jan. 2. lfiT. New rlssFen In lu-l-S
ii r t ti n nl. Tvpewrlt ing, 'l elegrpl: V,
Eniillsli. Civil Service nil. I FennMiisinp.
Pest time to b't;ln. over fvW will le en
rolled. S ml f ir free catalogue giving
pi ' iK k i;i:i'i u. $vs.
(! Fl 1-5 CLERK. f'A
PAI.KSMAX, sihm, commission; good
h nhove positions, together with run-
rtrxi" of others, are open for Immediate
WKSTKUN KIT. A- POND APS'N, INC.,
Suite 840-2 N. V. U Bldg.
B Mf, SO 23
broth F-ntioot or nwu.
WAN'TKI irg.mlzers with rcfeiences who
can Handle good territory In ostainismnK
on" of the ligst fraternal and benevolent
organization!!; new. attractive and unique;
must be able to address a meeting pre.
llmlnary to Institution, nnd tin mclnlly
Hbie to come to Walla Walla. Wash., fof
instruction. Addrcfs li. I.. loavitt.
Walla Wiilla. Wash. H M701 22
WAXTKD-For the V. 8. Marino Corps.
I, 'en between ages 21 and Sr. an oppor
tunity to see the world. For full tnforma.
tlon npplv In person or bv letter to He
crulting Offli er, Cor. 12th and Farnam Sts.
WANTF.D Five boys: good wages; perma
nent Job. A. O. 1. Co., ut a. idin ei.
, B 6M
MEN and boys, riumhlng or bricklaying
trade pays 15 to S per day. We teach
you by practical instructions In threa
months; position guaranteed; free cata
logue. Covne Trado School, 4975 EastoO
Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 11 MS07
OLD LINE INSURANCE MF.N will make
changes of companies during this monm,
one of the bent western old Una com
panies In America has something good
to offer. If Interested write lock box
1195, Lincoln. Neb. C-M176 Jl
W'A XTKn A watch. Ton get It for a
few hours of your time. Write at one
to M.iieua Company, Varrinrmark. Pa.
B M136 Keb3
TWO hustlers to handle a new line Christ
mas articles; city work. 1619 Howard.
B M15 J3
WANTKD-3 boys. Omaha liox Co.. Kast
WANTED Good salesmen In cities and
small towns to sell our 7'4 per cent gold
bonds and 9 per c. nt stocks; $100 per
month and commission guaranteed undor
C months' contract; references regu.re.l.
442-44 Huntington iildg., Los Angeles, CaL
WANTKD Competent drivers; must fur
nish bond und references; Balary $50 to
$70. Alamlto Sanitary Dairy, 2j6 Farnam.
WANTED At once, WK) sound young men,
aged 18 to 33, for firemen and brakemen
on leading western railroads and for new
roads now being completed: experience
unnecessary: llrcnen $le) per month:
brakemen $75; positions now open; call or
write at once for particulars. National
Ry. Training Ass n, J0 X, Paxton block.
Omaha. Neb. li Mlrf J4
WANTED Reliable party willing to invest
fcOO to $1,000, which will be amply secured,
to represent us in any city or town In
brokerage liuslness: $UK) per month guar
anteed, bejldes full equity for investment.
Address American Finance and Development-Co.,
442 Huntington Bldg., Los An
geles. Cal. B M472 D31
WANTED A man and wife or a woman,
lielo for ranch: man must understand
ranch work, and woman cook and do
domestic work; wages $40 per month for
man and wife and ti a week for woman
heip. Apply, Mobre, Dayton, Sheridan
county, Wyoming. B Mtil9 26x
Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. L.
B 591 21
EXPERIENCED cylinder pressfeeder;
good job at $12 per'week. Wire Patriot.
Clay Center, Neb. B M6J7 22
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Great demand for barbers. Top wages
paid. Hundreds of good opportunlt ios
to open business with small capital. Few
weeks comph ts. Best chance in the
world for poor man. Call or write. Moler
Barber College, 111C Farnam St.
B M'oS J2x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
STENOGRAPHER AND OFFICE
GENERAL OFFICE CLERIC. $45 to $..
Apply at once In person or by letter.
These positions are open for Immediate
WKSTEHN KEF. BOND ASS-N, INC.,
Suite 810-2 N. Y. L. Bldg.
GIRLS to operate power machine In shirt
and overall factory; permanent work. M.
E. Smith & Co., 11th and Douglas Sts.
M DO WELL Dressmaking school, 1623 Farn.
BOOKKEEPER In wholesale house; must
be quick and accurate; good salary; state
experience. Address W 60, Bee.
WANTED Experienced girls to work on
coats and skirts in alteration room. 8.
Fredrick Berger & Co., 1517 Farnam.
C MU22 22
GOOD GIRL for general housework: no
children. ;S13 Burt St. C 6S5.
I WANT good, competent, steady girl for
general housework; will pay good wages
and give steady employment. Apply 501
N. 24th or 'J04 N. 23d, South Omaha.
WANTED Lady solicitor; light, easy
work; $5 to $s per day. Particulars free.
Address Arnold Schruek, 3i Randolph St.,
Chicago, 111. C Mii49 23x
GIRL for general housework.
3Sth St. Mrs. Carter.
Cull 1 S.
V.' A N'T ED Nurse girl: must
reference. 1S02 Illncey St.
C 'ft .-3x
WANTED Competent girl, family of two.
Mrs. W. J. Burgess, 11H H 33d. C Wf
MONEY MA K ER Ladies and gentlemen
who wish to make money; no experience
required; work sells ut sight; make land
scapes, nowt-rs, pnotos. Sena 2.0u for
outllt. Alty Hanson, Portland, Oro.
J Mti21 2CX
CASFI SALARY and all expenses to men
with rtghs to introduce our Guaranteed
Poultry and Stock Remedies. Bend for
contract: we mean business and furnish
best references. G. R, lilgler Co., X 519,
Sprint-nelil. III. J MiJTS 23 x
WANTED Men with team and Tig to sell
a line of high-grade family remedies,
spices and extracts to consumers; must
be honest, sober and InduHtrious. The
Qladsione 1'fdlclne Co., Hawarden, la.
YOUNG man wants place to work for
board and room whlla going to school.
Movie's CoIIi kc. Tel Douk. l'jS4. A K'9
t. J. LARSON & CO., patent lawyers;
patent book (res. Bee Bldg., Omaha, .NeO.
6HARPE MACHINE 6H0PS Patents
procured, inventions developed, drawti:.
patterns, CHjftu.ys, machine work, tml-oli
S. kith St. U
PATENTS secured and sold. 1 fee. Nat I
Investment Co., Douglas block, lfith and
1','dKe. M2..4 Ji
JOHNSON INSTITUTE, ig N.
DR. BOWSER Over
- .ttaTJ 2
DltS.t-SMAKIXG In tiinilly or st home Miss
fclUidj, St 12 CUli. 'i'iiuu lied 4.U&
It costs little to get what you want
Use a Bee want ad.
iu am. ui'iagwcgxj1.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
DEWEY European Hotel. 13th and Farnam,
Doug. 611. 0HU3. Hauls Trutt. 48 Ltsl LotS' Lolsl 48
CAPITOL HOT EI j, 18th and Capitol Av.;
American or European; steam heat.
FRONT room, well heated; nicely fur
nished; strictly modern. 24.19 llainey.
12 M ltd
K MOjI 24x
LA KG 15 front room, all modern, very rea
sonable, suitable for two. t& S. l!"h St.
K ti'J 2x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
A STRJCTLY private family In a modern
home can accommodate two adults with
large front room facing south, and board;
excellent table. Call 'Jfi lodge.
F AIG77 23x
NEWLY-FURNISHED suite of rooms and
board; hot aud cold water. 2411 Capitol
Ave. F M2iA Ji
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
MODERN rooms, home cojklng, reasonable
prlce.t; 2-1 i Howard, 'Phone Dougla3-3. !.
NICELY furnished, well heated room, all
modern conveniences; excellent table; pri
vate family. 24i9 Harney. F M1C2
STEAM heated, east rooms,
at 212 S. 25th St.
ROOMS, breakfast, privileges, telephone.
IIS N. 25th. F-MiCO ii
NICELY furnished warm room. Good board.
The Hose. 2020 Harney St. F-llS0 25x
WANTED TO RENT
SMALL private family will rent room In
thoroughly modern house, not water
heat, walking distance, to responsible
party; lady employed during day pre
ferred; references. TeL Douglas 7637.
K Mooo 23x
WANTED TO RENT Furnished house or
flat. Address C-70. care Bee. K A2 2nx
FOR RENT HOUSES
BEE us when chipping household goods to
large cities west; we can save you money.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
loth St. Tel. Doug. 1196. D i6S
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.,
storage and transfer. Best storage house
in the city; immediate attention given.
1529-31-33 N. ltith St. Tel. Douglas 4til9.
FOR RENT 8-rnom house, all modern ex
cept furnace $20.
9-room house, all modern, new furnace $25.
C. M. BACHMANN,
436 Paxton Block. D 432
GOINO TO MOVE? Costs less, breakago
considered, to have an expert pack your
china and glass; 20 yeais experience;
charges reasonable. Jos. Burns. TeL
Harney U2S. D-311 D21x
141ft N. 17th 3-rcom. cltv water. tX
3ol2 Burdette, 6-room, porcelain bath, closet,
1410 N 3nth. 6-room. city water, only $12.
&o6 S. 2Sith, 5-room, modern except furnace,
good barn, only 22.ao.
43u2-4",8 Dodge, 2 new 5 and 6-room cottages,
modern Dluinbing. polished floors, every
thing new and up to date. Special price
6ol 8. ltith St., 6-room, nil modern, two
blocks from court house, only $20
112 S. 3oth Ave., 6-room, all modern, a beau
tif ul est Farnam home, x,i.
154; S. 27th, 7-room, all modern, open
plumbing, tine cellar. lurnace, etc., re
duced from $26 to $0, 15,8 S. 27th St.,
name, reduced from $25 to $22.50.
613 N. 41st St., 7-room, nice yard, small
4107 Izard, 8-room, all modern, $25. A bar
81t S. 35th Ave., 8-room all modern, close
to car: nice yard, only xji.w.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.,
601-2-3 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas lb2o. bcnmoller At
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TinTTQTTQ 'n 'H Parts of the city,
sj-. 0- jc. Davis Co,
TTnTTSF'.S ,n a" Par" of the city. R.
JJ.U U OXjO c peter. & Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, tnruranoe. Rln;walt, Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van St Storage Co., pack, move
store, H tl. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N,
18 Uu Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1569.
. D Ooo
CENTRAL, steam, modern 7-room house,
Tliard, 2J0 N. 2Jd. D Mila
8-ROOM fiat, modern, good repair, opposite
Hanicom parK rnone uouglas 62X
C"TrTJ A fir Household goods, mer.
oiuuiiuu chandlse, etc. FreJ Bush
Transier i-ine, iwo-o r arnam oi.
D 1SS J10
WANTED Registered druggist with $C0O to
buy half or all Interest in drug store an
take cnarge or same; w nines west o
Omtilia. Address i no, Bee.
D MG10 22x
FOR RENT Modern, 9-room, brick house.
lL 6. 31st St.; $40 per month. Thomas
biennan, room i. rs. x. jiie Bldg.
FOR RENT 8-room brick house, basement
Mulshed, all modern, new furnace, only
liait diock ironi car, gooa neignDornood;
rent $25 per month (worth $5o. C. M.
Bachniann, 436 Paxton Block. D 336
VERY nice house, 7 rooms, strictly mod
ern, practically new, $J6. 3614 Iaven
worth. D -4ol J14x
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 11M. Office, 1713 Web
ster St D htJ7
7-ROOM house for rent; modern except
furnace; Darn, leiepuone iougias 4, St.
D M620 21
7-ROlVM cottage, modern except furnace.
$20. 2ul tnu Bt. lei. iiarney ioki.
IJ 687 22
6-ROOM new modern house, 1704 So. 15th
St.. $16. li MiilS 23x
7th and William. 'Phons
D 611 2iiX
12 ROOMS, modern, close In. southwest
corner 27th und Jackson, being put in
thorough condition and will be painted
ontxtde as soon as the weather permits,
'Phone D. 55. Paxton Block.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room in Bee offlce, city
hall building. 417 N. 25tn
Omaha. Apjly to manager.'
FOR REf -Large corner store room, ltith
and Vietm bis., lJu. C. M. Baclimann.
4J6 Pax' Block. I-M621
FINE of i space 2oxlo feet, in new build
ing re id for occupancy January 1. one.
half block from court houae. Heat and
Janitor service, purilttous, etc., to suit
tenant. G to, care Bee. I 3M 2Jx
Ul a 15Tli ST. i. N. Frenser.
FOR RENT The x-story end basement
building 1022 Douglas St. Apply id the
premises or to I'mvM Cote I M M
WANTED TO BORROW
$3.'). 10 per rent, five years; business firm;
beet security. Addles D-71, cure l'e.
.Beautiful Halcyon Heights
BLOCKS 17 AND 18
RIGHT IN IfENSOX, ONLY TWO
BLOCKS SOUTH OF MILITARY
AVE. and CAR LINE.
These are without exception
the finest residence lots for
sale anywhere at these prices.
They are high and sightly,
level, full size, 60x12$, and
practically the only desirable
lots available In 'his locality.
PRICES RANGE FROM $2 50 TO
$575. SEE THEM TODAY AND
ET YOUR CHOICE.
RUSSELL & M'KITRICK CO.,
432-33-34 Ramge Bidg., loth and Harney Sts.
ORIGINAL COST, $0,500
OAvxEirs riacE, $4,500
More house and more real
estate than ever offered In
Omaha for $4X00. Do you want
It? If so act quick, for some
one Is going to wake up and
take this snap at once.
It's a 10-room house, all mod
ern, oak finish, with billiard
room on third floor; 50-ft. lot;
asphalt pavement, permanent
walks, all paid for; complete
abstract; all taxes paid to
date. No use to descritie fur
ther; the property will speak
for Itself. Keys at our ofilce.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO.,
'Phone Douglas 1018.
Sixth Floor N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
Real Estate, Loans and
Let u.i show you our list of city property.
acres, improved farms and cheap western
Tel. Douglas 7497. 838 N. Y. Life Bldg.
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sts., with ground on
which to build another house, paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Make
me an offer for one or both.
Room L N. Y. Life Bldg.
KERR-SHALLCROSS CO.'S ABSTRACTS
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
tected by a $10,000 bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farnam.
Tel. Doug. 6487. RE-
TEXAS PANHANDLE YOUR OPPOR
TUNITY. Lends from $12.60 to $20 per acre; whest,
corn and alfalfa; more productive, lays
better, soil rich as Iowa or Illinois; easy
terms; descriptive matter sent you free.
Loan Star Land Co., 14 Pearl St.. 2d floor,
Council B'ufts, la. RE MSzi
WE SELL land In Nuckolls county, Neb.,
tne great corn, small grain, alfalfa and
tame grass country In southeastern Ne
braska. Write us for land list. O. D.
Follmer & Son, Nelson, Neb. RE M9tX
17H ACRES, well improved. Just south of
bouth I miniia, only (i.uw. iiiii'jti at
CHAMBERS, 40C Bee Bldg. Tel. mii
RE MflC8 23
ALL modern, 9-room house and lot fof
sale at a bargain. 922 N. 19th. RE 674
FOR SALE FARMS
Make It work for you. Cheap lands are
counted the safest of paying invest
ments. Buy at once as the opportunity
will soon be gone.
The Union Pacific R. R. b fast closing
out Its lands in Western Nebraska, Colo
rado and Wyoming at
$) to $5 pe r acre Easy Terms
The land consists of fine farm and ranch
lands, i'or description of lands and full
Information regarding special excursions,
LAND AGENCY U. P. R. R
Dept. R. 318 So. lSst
aHIAIIl XT IT 12
STOCK FARM bargain, 320 acres, Custer
Co., Neb., ten miles Callaway; prospect
new railroad near; part cultivated. All
can be fenced, frame house, stable, gran
ary, corn crib, wagon shed, chicken house,
good well and wind mill; school house
half mile. For (Ulck sale. $10 per acre;
one-half cash, balance three years' time
at 6 per cent. Address 8. H. Graham,
Callaway. Neb. H M074 13x
Orange groves In Cuba, fruits and vege.
tables, large and small tracts, easy
trms. Cuban Orange Co.. 326 Neville
Block, city; H-6tS2 22x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1804 Farnam. 6 and thi
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES BemU, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1620 Doug,
11 000,000 TO LOAN on business end resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest raits;
no delay, 'i human Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters & Cx
City St farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N. Y. L,
LOANS on Improved city property. W. Bi
Thomas, 6u6 First National Bank Bldg.
tl.OuO private money.
Belby, 440 Board of
FOR RENT FARMS
TWO FARMS for rent, one of ISO acres,
well unproved, requires some stock; one
of li,4 aires, lair improvements; and
3 miles from railroad elation, li. P. Light,
Stennett, In. MiOo i
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
FOR SALE New ana second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world In
cheup bar fixtures; easy payments.
BrunswicM-Balke-CoUendar. 407 S. li'iti SL
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy. secondhand furniture,
stoves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
tne beet vrlces. Tel. Douglas 3S71.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
In need of money?
This Is the time of the year when
everyone needs some extra
cash. We have a lot of
money which we are going to loan
for a short time at the lowest
rates ever known In this city
PIANOS, WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, HORSES. WAGONS,
If you have
other bills It will
you to let us furnish you the money
to ray them and concentrate all
your Indebtedness nt ine pi tee.
Thla Is an old, t ellable offloe and our
business is us prlvato as a bulk.
Don't worry nhout the
Call on us for all the
money you need. Our terms are the
lowest, our service Is the quickest
and our business the most private
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
3RD FLOOR 307-8 PAXTON BLK.
COR. 1GTH & FARNAM STS.
Open evenings 8 p. m. until Christmas.
Save Something During
Start right now. Get out of the old rut you
were in to long. Let us show you how.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR SALARY,
WITHOUT HAVING THEM DISTURBED,
Ther. pay on your troublesome debts and
concentrate all you owe.
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg.
- 306 S. 16th St.
Tel. Doug. 2295.
At this time of the year nearly everyone
needs a little extra casn; come to us
private loans on salary, furniture, pianos,
etc., lowest rates, euuy oaymeiUs. Make
your own terms.
AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
Third floor Paxton Blk.
Ofilce open evenings until Xmas.
and others furnished money upon their
own names, without necurlty; easy pay
ments; offices In 63 principal cities. Save
yourself money by getting my terms first
U. W. 1 OLM A.N,
714 New York Lift Bids.
THE UNION LOAN COMPANY
has increased its capital and during the
monm oi uecemuer win maae a apecjal
rate on collateral loans, mortgages on
personal properly anu individual notes.
wunoui security, leiius iu sun your con
venlences. Phone iJouglaa 21M, or call
at aiu Bee isiug. a. Mb40 26
DK. PRIBBENOWS MONEY
loaned on furnltuie, salary, piano, horses
etc., in any amount; less than half rates:
perfect privacy, immediate attention; any
terms wanted; payments suspended when
sick or out oi num. a tvuroa.cn Blk.,
2u South 15th fit. K 7u0
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape. You get
money saint utt naaeu lor ai smalt cost.
1 A..AnlnUa .III 7 XT .....
FOR A By U A RE DEAL GO TO THE)
PHOENIX CREDIT CO. For chattel or
salary loans. bJJ raxton block. Phone,
Douglas-1 to. A. Molt
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE, reliable, accom
mod. 'ting; all business confidential. 1201
Douglas. A. 702
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, norsea. cows, eio. v.. r . need, g.
FURNITURE, live stocll. salary loans. Dud
Green Loan Co., room s. Barker Block.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loai Co.. 1504 Farnam at X. ,U6
Opens Wednesday. January 2. The new
catalogue t ready. Address H. B,
Boylen, President, Omaha, R 640
Gas and Electric Reading
I Jim pa are always acceptable;
new stock Just in; order now.
BURG ESS-GRAN DEN CO.,
213 So. 10th St. Tel. Douglas
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a sne
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
urea. U. Andreen, prop., luz b. wm est.
SIGN PAINT1NQ S. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1D1 Farnam.
DAVIS BROS., machinists; general repair
ing. Hf6 Jackson St- Tel. Douxlis 2WU.
lt-6 J 16
I VMnTir.Hljh grade 1S07 Calendars.
L I ltjo I rtVJ B corner lfith 6L und
& JOUVt, Capitol Avs. -707
CENTRAL PRINTING CO. Fine Job
work- typewritten letters. 110 8. 17th St.,
1V blocks north Bee Bldg. 643 Jl
WATERS PRINTING CO., 13U7 Howard SU
The Leading Palinlfct of Omaha.
Revelations of past and futuru described.
Purlor. US S. loth Si . Opp. Boston Stors.
HESS ft BWOBODA, 1415 Farnara.
L. HENDERSON, I6i sarnata. TeL Doug.
TO LOOK A r.ENTLKMAN
Ton must be attired In the proper mnnr.
me pressed shirt is the latest ami u
rop-1 thing to wear; soft, smooth flnlsn.
ook new; we do It.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY.
H. R. Evans, Pres.
Tel. Douglas 4.4.
SEWING machines rentod. sny make. TSe
per week or $2.00 per month. hecona
bsnd maehinrs for sale, 6.00 and us
Neb. Cjcle Co., loth and Harney.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOVK. Mrs.
ivlng, 201S N. 21st St. Tel. Doug.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing; only Be per yard, snd for urlce list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas
A Dollar Free for You
ThlS COllnon Will tA tnlrnn nfl 11 MlVITIftnt
on a $1(1 purchnse of shoes, hats or cloth-
oiuanee paM s vou earn It.
Home credit clothing compant.
1o20 Dodge St., Cor. 10th.
U M587 25
THE 8ALVATION ARMY solicits csstoff
"lul"ul. m tact, anything you do not
r,P.I cw c,,IIf. repair and sell, at 114 N.
mn, St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon will call. U-U
S8"!5 Lmdlcr1 and surgical treatment at
-i-ia-nton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention pal to con
finement cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Doug. 1187.
Calls answered day or night. U 129
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
'cu.urm bis. Tel. Douglas liti.
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute. Ramge
u. U 69
MACiN PTIPtrentmnt bath. Mme.
mnVJllC 1 lgmith, 118 N. la, 2d floor.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
Or Writ.. In tl.A n,.t,nH I,A Ul,,a.i.,n
Army Home for Women at 3s24 N. 24th
St., Omaha, Neb, U MluO
fi ATK norne during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sanl
i."r.!Um ,a Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
TeL 774. U S22
PENNELL Millinery Co.. 33 North 16th St.
U 61 Jil
RT PTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or write
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., 611 Woodmen of World Bldg.,
Omaha. u 6X2
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mail; cut
rlces; send ror free catalogue. Myers
lllon Drug Co., Omaha,
CALENDAR pads. Burkley Printing Co.
U MS10 D31
Masque costumes. Lieben. TeL 4116. Open ev.
COSTUMES. Zm S. 20th. Sack. Tel. Red 7071
U MU4 D27X
AfASSAfiF. Swedish movement, 410 N.
U Ml 67 J3
ANNUAL MEETING of the members of
tne Mutual Hall insurance society, Lin
coln, Neb., will be held January 2, 1907.
DR. VOGEL'S private home for ladles be
fore and during confinement; best and
cheapest in the city. 2319 S. 13th St.
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodman & Co, 1514 Cap. Ave.
U 493 J 10
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, ti to
$4 month. Central Typewriter Exchange,
1603 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red 699.
U M614 D2I
BUY from the manufacturers, Burkley
Envelope Co. U M811 D31
NAME embossed In gold letters on Christ
mas presents. Henry E. Tagger, 32 Barker
block. U Ml D31
TYPEWRITERS rented. $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter & Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St,
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scannell, egent, f'.t Ware
Blk. , U M678 J21
LADIES If you want a safe, speedy regu.
lator that will please you address Post
Box 747, Omaha, Neb. U M135 J3x
DR. PRIES, specialist; women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges, Irregularities
curtd painlessly and safely. 514 So. 16th.
NEW PILE CURE Instant relief; no pain.
Trial package free. Mirabile Quaker
Health Co., St. Paul, Minn.
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills," II box, postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaho. 696
European hotel and cafe.
In one of the best large
towns in Nebraska. Fine
equipment and making money.
Good regular custom, both
transient and local.
For Information call at 41T
N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
Do You Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
change, write us.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or bioux City, la.
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER FREE
Bent regularly to any address. Full in
formation and reliable advice on all mines
hi.. u in everv Nevada district. Knl
our address to W. F. Bond it Co., box
Goldtieia, :ev. i ms
Drug stores for sale. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. Life
FOR SALE Blacksmith and wagon shop;
well located, with extra good business.
Townsend Realty Co., Fremont, Neb.
Y M2t)5 D25x
A. ONE investment, U.
Phone Red 6372.
GOOD location for general store In Amer
ican and Swedish settlement In richest
!iart of eastern Nebraska; best building
n town; brick. Write to W. 8. Craig,
Craig. Neb. Y-MM8 24
SALOON for sale; fixtures and stock. Ad
dress Joseph Slobodny, St. Paul. Neb.
CONFECTIONERY, cigars and tobacco;
good depot location; Invoice lietween !)
and $.; 7o-cre farm, Jii per acre; 121
acres, $"Wj; 12 acres fruit and good 6-room
house, 33,000. Alvy Smith Co., Co. Bluffs.
GOLDFIELD'8 oldest brokerage house
W. F. Bond & Co., Box P, Goldrleld,
Nev. Send your name and address and
receive free every week their market
letter, full. Information on all mines and
stocks of ' every Nevada camp.
FOR SALE Fine paying hardware and
implement business for sale. ca.sh. $9.m)
stm k. Only one in town of b'V. Might
sell hardware alone. Inquire of Ive &
Grimes, Woodbine, la. Y M672 28
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column put an ad. in and you will soon
getj t, Z-9-i2
WETMORE Detective Service. 'Phone Red
8..X. Rooms U aad li, L'uloa Bik., 16th
...t F fin "W Hui Jit
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Numbering stamp, In good
condition, inquire George it. vtrigm, nee
office. W M221
SEND us veu msll orders for drugs;
freight paid on 19 lota. jayers-Diuon.
Drug Co., Omaha. Q 647
f HER WIN-WILLI AMS CO., best mixed)
paint. Sherman St McConnell Drug Co.
HALLS safes, new,
2d-hand, 1811 Fsrnam.
A FEW BARGAINS In vnnd-hand soda
fountains; monthly payments. Derlght.
1818 Farnam. Q 6-3
ONE fl inch Jenkins' valve for s:le. Apply.
W. 11. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg.
Will sell my white steam touring car
rho.tn If taken at once. J. Fred Kerr,
1614 Farnam. y MU27
GASOLINE ENGINE and wnod-worklnej
machinery for sale cheap. Apply Anchor
Fence Mfg. Co., 207 N. 17th St.
L'OAL $5.25 ton; burr egg. big slie, good;
try it; 2 'phones. Harmon & Wteth.
Q 4!'2 J10
BARGAINS In unredeemed Jewelry. 418 No,
16th. Q-M527 J13
FOR BALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire ot
J. R. CfcjnpbeU. Bee mall room. Q 611
FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. ,
in good condition, $07. Inquire Bee busi
ness office. Q 30S 22x
FOR BALE A handsome bookcase, ma
hogany finish, at a bargain. Telephone
Harney 1623. Q 666 x
FOR SALE One 1906 Oldsmnblle runabout.
In good running order, with lamps, horn
and set of tools. Extra seat for four.
Charles W. Ahlmann, Norfolk, Neh.
ONE Remington typewriter, No. 6, In good
condition, tor sale cheap. Call at itee
office. Q MSLx
A PAIR of steel-wheel, ball-bearing skates
for sale cheap; almost new. Also two
small typewriters, cheap. Call at 210 8.
2oth St, Omaha, Neb. y 630 22x
LAKE OAK and hickory, 3.0on,lo0 feet, near
mill (Missouri) for practically nothing,
pox 4'.2, Sibley, la. y M"0 24x
LYNCH BROS. Repair work our specialty.
118 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 1477.
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
5c per foot. 205 N. 17th St. Tel. Red 814.
CHIROPODY AND MANICURING
DR. ROY. chiropodist; Miss Alice HalL
manicure. Room 2, 1505 Farnam. TeL
Abundant Rainfall and Good Crops
are making the west famous for
rich farmers and ranchers. The
Union Pacific R. R. is closing out
the last of Its lands In Kansas,
Colorado, western Nebraska and
93 to $5 Par Acr
For full Information regarding
lands and special excursions ap
LAND AGENCY. U. P. R. R.
Dept. B. 318 So. ISth St. OMAHA
PAPER FOR THE PUBLIC PRINTING
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
until January 24, 19o7, at 10:30 o'clock A. M.,
for furnishing the PAPER for the PUBLK;
PRINTING and BINDING for the year
ending 29th of February, Iiiok, the said
proposals to be opened before and the
award of contracts to be made by the Joint
Committee of Congress on Public Printing
to the lowest and best bidder for the in
terest of the Government, the committee
reserving to Itself tiie right to reject iny
and all bids, as its Judgment of the best
Interests of the Government may dictate.
Detailed schedules of the description,
quantity, and quality of the paper required,
accompanied by wimples and blank pn
posals, and giving the regulations with
which bidders must comply, can be ob
tained by addressing Clius. A. Stllllngs,
Public Printer. Washington, D. C.
The contracts will be entered Into for
supplying such quantities of paper as may
te needed during the year, and no more.
The estimated quantities set forth In de
tail in the schedule comprise:
125.000 reams inachlne-linlsh printing paper,
20,600 reams niachlne-flnluh printing paper,
46,600 reams sized and super-calendered
white or tinted printing paper,
775 reams antiiua machine-finish print
18,600 reams white writing paper. loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
6,900 reams colored writing paper, loft
dried, various sizes and weights.
24,300 reams white writing paper, machine
dried, various sizes and weights.
8,000 reams cover paper, various elses
LOnO pounds of best plate paper.
12f.(."i0 pounds of bent map paper.
706,000 pounds superfine (single and double)
coated book paper.
8,700 reams nmnlla paper, various sixes
404,000 pounds bond paper.
ftOoo pounds artificial parchment, various
1,000 pounds parchment deed.
30.OUO sheets plated bullet patch, various
155,000 Blieels cardboard, various colors,
sizes and weights.
4,330,000 sheets brlstol board, manlla tag
board, etc., various colors, sizes
9,240 reams llrst-clas ledger paper, white
or blue, laid or wove, various
sizes and weights.
8,500 reams second-class ledger paper,
white or blue, laid or wove,
various size- and weights.
1 4.rO reams tissue and copying paper.
20 reams blotting paper, any required
color and weight.
tS5 reams marble, comb and lining
paper, various sizes.
600 reams typewriter paper, various
sizes and weights.
533 reams letter, note and quarto-post
100 reams white French folio, 17x21
8.000 sheets parchment, 15x21 Inches.
pVoiHittils will be received for one thou
sand reams or more.
By direction of the Joint Committee Of
Congress on Public Printing. ...
CHAS. A. HTILLINOS.
Washington, D. C, December 15, 19u6.
Office of Lee-Glaas-Andreesen Hardware
Comfciny, Omaha. Neb., December 9, 19u.
Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders
of the Lee-Glaus-Andreesen Hardware
.. .. 41..., . hu .Liul (KMttln rt 1 h.
stockholders of the company will be held
St t lie ohlces or tne saia company, co: nur
of Ninth and Harney streets, in the city of
Omaha, in the state ot Nebraska, on Tues
day, January 8, A. D., 1907. at 3 o'clock p.
m , fur the purpose of electing a board of
directots for the company to serve during
the ensuing year, and to transact suclt
other business as may be presented at
such meeting. AUt:
W. M. GLASS. H. J. LEE.
D-9d 31 1
HEAL ESTATE TltAWHFKH.
Anton B. Chapels et al to Nora
Manvllle, lot 3, Boeheme's Bub f 1
Josephine Pulver to Jennie Robin
son, eV4 lot 12, block A, Prospect
H. D. Schroeder to Peter Kuhl, lout
10 end 11. block 8, Bennington 700
Nellie Bums Eastman and husband
to J. 11. Osborne, part lot 1 and all
tif lot 2, block 16. Boyd's Add C7S
Ijicey J. Patterson and wife to Fred
S. Knspp. lot 8, Field Club Sub..
Allle Glbtion Haunt to Lulun C. Gib
son, lot 12, block 129, South OuiS-ha B0
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