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TOE OMAHA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY. .TANUAUY f, 1900.
Want - ads
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ralaataa will ta takes aatil IS a.
the evealaa; adltlea aad aatll a, as.
for tha aaaralaa; aad faaday adltlaaa.
Cask aaa at areas paay all ardara fa
waat a da aad aa adrertlaeaaeat will
rratt4 for laaa tkaa lO rcata far
Rate aal- la either Tka Daily
a afar bee.
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taasblaailaaa af laltlaU ar aaaibare
. ! aa Mt ward.
CASH HATRI POM WANT AOS.
n KOVUR CLAitiriCATIOW Oaa
fneertlaa, a llaa, 1 eaata. Twa a
mora eaaaaataJva laaerilaaa, aer slsja,
rcata. Kaeh laaertlaa
lays, lO caata pa llaa. fl-8
llaa aer aseathf tueftlif that
FtRHISHBD ROOM ADS.
nbn aeeaaaaaalad hy aaak. tka rata
will kat Oaa iaeertlaa, 4 eeata aa
llaet tare a aim eaaeeaatlea laeer
llaaa, a casta aw llaa each laaertlaa
ar mara aaaeaeatlra
a caata per llaa tack laaertlaa t w
rata nv lis aaaatk.
Waat ada faa Tb ar "
at aar af tka lallawlaa; draaj atarea
u yaaa "earaer raalat" key
all braarh emcee far The Bee
nad raar ad will ka leeerted laat aa
uremptly aad aa tfcr aaaea rate aa at
the aaala afflra la Tka He Belldlej,
Seteeteeath aad Fareasa etreetsi
Albach, W. C, 40th and Farnam.
Beranek. 8. A.. 140U 8. 16th
Isecht Pharmacy. JV lath 81.
nensou Pharmacy, Benson, Neb.
Bemia Park Pharmacy, id and Cuming.
Blake' Pharmacy, 2Mb Sherman Ave.
toughlin, C. K , 6th and Fierce Sts.
Clifton 11111 Pharn.ici, 221.1 Military Ave.
' Conte. J. H-. flat Ave. aod Farnam St.
Chrlssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake Sta.
lermaa, En.ii. 14- B. 12th Bt.
tillers. B. li.. 202 Leavenworth Bt.
1 osier At Arnold), 21 N. Sl"
treytag. John J., W14 N.- 24th St.
Florence Drug Co.. Florence, Neb. .
Goldman Pharmacy, 20lh and lak Sta.
uieenough, J. A., i026 8. llh 81.
uieenough, G. A., 16i4 8. 10th St.
liaydeh, William C, 2920 Farnam St.
llanscom Park Pharmacy. 11 8- 29U1 St.
Iiulsl. ,'ohn. 624 N. lath 8t.
Iiuif, A. L... M leavenworth St.
iMria'. K. 8., 'MX Karnam St.
i-.ouutia Place Pharmacy. iwH N. 24H St.
1 mtick Drue CO., 1C N. U4th 8t.
Uaiinop. CUarlca li.. 1.134 N. 24ih St.
tcluu. L. fc... 24Ui and Leavenworlh 81.
aiauaa l-ug Co., 24th 8U and Amca
, 5wiar CU Price Drug Co., llh uml
8ciiaflcr, Auguat, 2031 N. ISth St.
ai iini.di, j.t M.. 24tli and Cuming Sta.
aiiiuL Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming
Walton Pharmacy. 20th and Grace Sts.
v ort'i. O. H.. ith and Hamilton Sta.
UUATII AMD rilNEHAL NOTICES.
A.MV Koyal Jamea, January 3. aged 65
" Viioiul troin rraidence, 21 l-avenwor.h
. it-, .i. euneoday, January e. 1 , ut i p
in. intvrnuiu Falrvle cemeUry, Cuum.il
liui LK Thomas, age SI years. Funeral
ironi Heafey fc Healey's ruoma, Wednea
uuy morning. January 6, al e.au a. ni., to
i. Maiy Alagaaalfne'a church at 9 a. m.
iiiiriiiuiit. noiy Bopulcme cemetery.
1AHV-Mm. Jane Lottie, aged 24 years.
I'UiK'iHi lio.n nor rnoihei a residence,
Nim. aiiunucl CHne, ltma L.eavenwortn bt.,
4iiurHUM, January ', at :. to tne 8t.
lu.uy jviapflHli'ne a cliun ii hi '' a. in. In
i. ii.Hiu ill larnliy lot at Si. Mary's cem-ni-i
Tin- follu.xinu nianlage license;
h. .t ih..to:
v ... . ii nd Kesklenve.
J.) H. L'jinp. on, Valley Junction,
I j . t oigan, Valley Junction,
i ...ikk .. lir nnan, Qmaha
. ..y i-ili.'.i Mulvihill, Omaha
i i... ... I Ij. L'liipeiitfi. Omaha
i. .,.. i labaug.i, Oiiialia
t i.:.f i Marej, Omaha ,
. -i., Paurouzirk, Omaha ,
iareiK Cut man, Omaha
.ua.y 8anderson, Omaha
BIRTHS A.D DEATHS.
Ilirllia Lysle I. Abbott, 3210 Poppleton
avenue, girl; Leo Baroff. -9U Ames avenue,
boy; Peter Barslk. 2717 South Twenty-fifth
sireet. girl; Frladelfa Catama, 303 North
h.leventn street, girl; Jesse Cramer, l'jot
tiuo street, boy; Salem George, ja goutn
I lilrleenth street, boy; Abraham Hushon,
Km South Fifteenth street, boy; Carl Jen-ar-n,
112 South Twenty-eighth atreet, girl;
l.ouis Koss, Omaha Ueneral hospital, girl;
I.. C .Nichols. 24l Mlondo street, boy;
.luliti. A. Prision, 1304 Miami street, boy:
Jahe Rosenblatt, 1HJ0 South Xenlh street,
hoy; James Van Jlavtn. 371J South Thir
lei nth street, boy.
uc-alha Lottie Fahey, 1716 Dodge street,
22; Mrs. Catherine McAermot, 10J0 South
Ywviil -third street, ttt; Ieo Meldlinger,
lUJi South eighteenth street, 17; Mrs. Mary
Aiurpny, 1100 Sherman avenue, 46; Qeorge
A. Ileaitl, Omaha General hospital, 30;
Amelia L. Gallaway, 2675 Cuming street, 24;
tieorge W. Lanrton, S.'4 Marcy street, 69;
John Khediss. lilt Canton street, 4.
elUN PAINTING S. II. Cola. 1302 Douglas.
U14 Faiuam 8l
Sioddard Davton 'l ouiing tar,' xi a
lieo louring car. t&u.
Heo Taurtng oar, twM.
HrO Touring oar, .
Pord, model N. f4iu.
rord, modal H. saou.
Ford, 8 roadstar, almost saw. t
r oid, 11. .
Buick Runabout, almost new. laja,
nulOK louring car, loo.
ritevans Dur aa,
til agon touring car, Il,0i0.
verty kiloetrie, tttv Up,
All tha above guarantaad to good ahana.
iita for full, description. ,ma "'
btata agents SXoddarti Dayton and ..r,i
c.is. Tua beat automoblla values la tai
btoddard DajrtOB. 11.60. U.OOO, run Th.
. tenaaUonal Foid Uw touring V!ar
liood live ageota wanted.
, Open and cloeed cara for rant day or
" "Vies V X u,nllo slvau to TniaUr
Ta'lf Deug. 183. aj-Ul
A ' kP- ,?r,"nt buckboard automobile
spaed m lea an hour; firat t-lasa condi
tion, ll.o. LeBron, in g. izm ai. lunul
ON ACCOUNT of moving to New York
will aell my Baker Kleltrlo AuTo wUh
biand new batteries and newly palmed"
,AS'Pl,tnt " tSSit'a-'
1 'KOFI TAB Lh! poaltlons open In tha au
lomoblla field; technical Instructions on
both steam and gaa anginaa; students
Paid for repair work. Addraaa Omaha
bchool of Automobile Engineering 2411
LcavenworlU SL t al7l
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
FOR BALK OR TRADE ISO acres goad
land, two : and one-half miles of l eft
lex. will trade for city property, land or
merchandise In eastern Nebraska. H M
Allen, York. Neb. Ui M9Jt Ix '
FARMS, town property. merchandise.
Stringer V Child. Paxton Bjb., Omaha,
TO OCT IN or aut of bualneas call aa
GANUCS7AD. Room tOJ. Bea Bldg.
IiRUO stores for sale everywhere KnleaL
New Tork LU. Bid i-'U
FOR a.AI-H An up-4o-1ata hardwara atora
at mm; tnqulra quick. No tradwa con.
Idared; MOOO atork, IrKfludlnsr fliturea.
Address Wm, F. JJtcklnaon. Fj""r, Nab.
(4) MX 11
FOR 8AI.B ajmall and only drat atork.
Huhhard. Neb. Barg-slti. Inquire C.. F.
O. Boatelman. Ponca. Neb. (4)-MJt
ONE CENT Invested In a r"st card will
bring you the Important Information of
ona of the beat Inveatments In rtreater
New York; Btrlctlr leerttimate. Only few
dollars to Invest monthly. Mr. Wheeler,
P. O. Box 20S. Madison Square.
(4) M3T4 9
Industrial. manuUclurlns: mining, nil.
gss and railway stock and bond issues
sold direct to Investors; commission basis.
Bamuel Graham A Co.. selling brokers, 43
Sacrament St., Montreal, Canada
4 M37 x
Lumber yard doing good business In south
eastern Nehrsxka. S'timirrt In a cond
town and an old reliable stand. Can show
partus Interested, that It i a safa In
vestment. Selling on account of sickness.
Address T 153, care Bee. (4) 104 bx
DR. ROT, R. t, 160 Farnam St. Doug. tr.
DAVID COLE Creamery Co.
131(1 HOWARD 8T.,2fWi80url (liter; IS days
CHINA decorVtlng; order work a specialty.
Lessons Tuisday, Thutaday and Satur
day. Firing daily. Leather craft, stains,
leather and designs. Mrs. C. C. Hungate.
t4 Brandeis Bld. Tel. Had Me.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy. Tel. Doug. 4220.
McDowell Dressmaking school. 1823 Farnam.
OPiiNS MONDAY, JAN. 4, 11WW
CoSirses'ln business, telegraphy, stenog-
i 1 1.1. . V..nnU. .ilvVi. mnA
rapu. tn un.rrinih . rnifcii-i.. ."wj
day aesslqns; free Illustrated catalogue.
Write to H. B. Bo lea. President. Off rial
Training School of Telegraphy for Union
Pad tie R- R. to)-M00
BAILET A MACH. Id floor Paxton. D. 10SS.
PERCTTVAL, Sd floor Barker block. Tel.
Doug, 118. Perfect dentistry at reason
able prices. (5) 137 Janltx
HESS A 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam St.
L. HENDERSON. 161t Farnam. Tel. D. 12&&,
v (5) 761
J. H. BATH. 1621 Harney. TeU Doug. 9000,
TO L O A N 1 O W
RATE. In sums to
suit, 310 Bee Bldg.
'Phone Douglas 2904.
UNION LOAN COMPANY.
JOHNSON INjf.. 418 N. T. L, Tel. D. 186.
Dr.Katheryn Nlckolas. SO? N. T. L. Bldg.
EXPONENTS of good printing. ' Prompt
and first-class work guaranteed.
i vriltiiD TjtTur luui:n
j 112 8. Utii St. Tela. Doug. bi&l. lnd."A-263Z
ta; -ooi ian
afaa, f kattera, Kta.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works makes a
apeclalty of fire eacapes, abutters, doors
and sales. G. Andreen, Prop., lo2 8. 10th.
MsTlsg aa Startac
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co.. office 214
N. 16th St.. warehouse Z2U7-1 isard ut.
kortkaaS Reporter aaa Notary.
F. J. SUTCLIFFB-DepoalUons. t2S Be
Bldg. TtL Douglas IK. (0-7O
RAPfD SHOE REPAIR CO.-FIrst-ctas4
work. l18ft Capitol Av. 'Phone Red 9H.
v 6 m
SHOES repaired right, called for and de
livered free. Standard Shoe Repair Co.,
1804 Farnam 81 Tel. Douglas TM.
HULSE A RIEPEN, successors to Harry
B. Davis, 709 So. 16th St. Both phones.
& 337 Feb3
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical m4 Offlea
STENOGRAPHER able to quickly take
and read dictation. Addresa E 346. care
Bee. (7)-M30 7
Faetarr sal Traaea.
WANTED Experleticed bindery girls. Ap
ply between 10 and 12 a. m. Omaha Print
ing Co.. 921 Farnam. tJ)
LAIJNDRKS9 for Institutional work, 126
per month; room and board. Reference
required. Address A 'JM, car Bee.
Hoasekeepcrs aaa Doaaestlea.
COOK wanted; apply XMI Harney.
WANTED Glr! f'jr general house work
2120 Btnney. iIi-MJfl 6
ASSISTANT cook wanted; good wages. 241
Caas. l"J M364 11
GIRL for light housework. Inquire 20U6
North 22d. t7 367 6x
WANTED Competent cook. Apply No.
117 North 4oth St. Telephone Harney 2fc.
(7 M37SI Sx
HELP WANTED MALE
Ageala, olk-ltra aaa Saloaaaaa.
AN EXPERIENCED SPECIALTV salea
man wnled who is capable of earning
ll.fcU) to I3.UX) a year selling the Standard
Line of Lave Slock preparatlona to the re
tall tiade. Salary or commission. Moat at
ti active propoaliion ever offered lo deal
era. We tan use only a high grade, auo
cessful salesman. Give full particular In
fliat letter. Standard Slock Food company,
Omaha. Neb. l) Mai Jant
NEW F1EIJ5; 200 per cert profit; excit
ing business; sell at every home. Mr.
Hleckner made 1161 in two days; never
falls below 120 a day. No deposit re
quired. Write for county territory. Fir
Appliance Sales Co.. Toledo, O.
WANTED Firsl-claes salesmen to aell
our line of cracker and candy specialties
on commission through low and Ne
braska. A good preposition. Address J.
S. Browne, Majestic hotel, Miiineanolia.
SALESME. wanted for tha best oement
block and poet machine on the market;
atralght commission, good for MM to MOO
per month; a good side line for Implement
men; territory reserved. Address Oeo. A.
Black. General Saha Agent. 121 Union
Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. 1 M123 14
WONDERFUL NEW INVENTION Every
home buys; millions needed. Ernie eold
4 firat d.ty; prol't, f JS ft). New field.
Catalogue free. L. 8. Mop Co., 2M Main,
I .on.!.. . ii II . w
Successful advertisers advocate the use
HELP WANTED MALE
Agrsti aad aleamenC'ontlaaed.
WANTED A salesmsn tor Nehrssks,
elusive territory; must be energetic, of
superior ability, with good address and of
undoubted cliarsrter. to devote his tntire
time to the selling of Wooda'ard &- Tier
nan I'rintlng I'o. a iSt. louls art and
commercial calendars, souvenirs, blotters
and slans for advertising ruroos"s: on
strictly commission basis, with retsonahle
advances for traveling expenses: th.a line
consists of copyrighted designs reproduced
bv chemlgraph and bas-relief processes,
different trnni anything else on the mar
ket, appealing particularly lo the better
class of houses In all lines. An ab.e.
strictly capable man with qualifications
above the ordinary ran produce resu ts
above almost any other commodity.
Pirate sddresi applications to Wood war I
Tlernan's direct repreaentatlve. E. F.
V., cars Hotel Rome, Omaha, Neb.
( M2: fx
WANTED Elxperlenced clothing salesmen.
Apply superintendent. J. L. Rranrleia &
' Sons. (91 M362 7
AGENTS wsnted for the moat complete oil
gas burner In the world; no wick; no
smell; generates kerosene oil Into a fine
gas; It fits sny cook stove or range;
nothing like It; one-third cheaper thao
coal or wood.
THE ECONOMY BURNER CO., Dept. (.
SOS and H0 N. T. Life Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
Clerical aaa offlea.
DRUO CLERK S position. Knlest. N. T.
Llf Bldg. ()-;&
Kaotary aaa Trade.
DO TOU WANT to become a competent
automobile operator. The Northweatern
Automobile and Gas Engine achool can
put you la this class. Better Investigate
Omana Commercial college building, ISih
and Farnam. ( MS8
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, and
take positions waiting our graduates; few
weeks completes; constant practice fur
nished; acholarahip Includes tools. In
structions, demonstrations, examinations
and diplomas; write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College, 110 S. 14th St., Omaha.
(9) M984 7x
WANTED Two first class barbera, Mon
damln Hotel barber shop, Sioux City, la.
(9) M360 12x
BOTLES TELEGRAPH SCHOOl
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.; official
training school U. P. R. R.; positions
guaranteed; booklet free. (9) 769
FREE Employment Dept., Business Men's
As'nP no fees. Call 625 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED Railway mall clerka; customs
employes; clerks at Washington; com
mencement saiary, 110; many spring ex
aminations; candidates prepared free;
writ for schedule. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 3&s. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 18 and
35; citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
apeak, read and write English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Office',
mil & Douglas Sts.. Omaha, Neb., or
Massachusetts Bldg., Sioux City, la.
MALE AND FEMALE,
MEN and women agents wanted, 13 per
day guaranteed. Call at once. 212 Mc
Cague Bldg. (101995 8
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Cows, Birds, Dogs aad Pets.
FRESH cows for sRle. 49th and Hamilton
8t. Tel. Harney 1921. (1U-M149 9x
Horaes and Vehicles.
Anspach's Mf auction sale of horses at the
mock ysrds, South Omaha, on Thursday
and Friday. January 7 and 8. Tills will
be the flr.-t big rale of tne new year and
there will te a liberal run of horses if aU
kinds. If you have on to sell brlng him
with you. (.1) 370 6
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Mink muff on Farnam St. or For
tieih. Please return to business office of
Bee and receive reward. 12) M3j0 6x
LOST On New Year's eve. between Hen
ahaw hotel and 85th St.. gold mounted
back comb set with diamonds and rubles.
Reward If returned to F. 11. Stow. Inde
pendent Telephone Co. (12) MU33 6
LOST OR STOLEN Black cocker span
iel, answers to name of Buster; reward
if returned to 1037 California St.
LOST Monday evening, between lStVi and
Chicago and 24th and Farnam streets,
one 120 and one 110 bill. Liberal reward
for return to Kelly Investment Co.. Ne
ville Blk. 12-36 6x
LOST Female brown nirly dog. Please
return to H. Gocd, im Chicago St.
Reward. (12) MS80 7x
BEST nerve fcrac for men. "Oriy's Nerve
Food Pill." 11 a bos. poatpald. Sherman
gt McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. (13) 771
FREE MEDICAL and surgical treatment
at Crelghton Madlcal College, lith and
Davenport Sis.; special attention paid ta
confinement caaea; all treatment super
vised by college profeaaora. 'Phone Doug
la lli. Calls answered day or night.
ANT poor girl In need of a friend call or
writ to the matron of the Salvation
Army Horn for Women at SS34 N. 24th
St.. Omaha. Neb. 13)-M5
MONEY TO LOAN
ALARY AND CHATTELS.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; essy payments. Office
In Mi principal citlea. Tolinan, Room oil
Kiw York l'fa Old. ' 14 771
CHATTEL LOANS, Warrants bought. IhX)
real eatate loan maae on monthly pay
meats. 40 Karbach Blk. (14) 372 9x
HltmUU YOU WANT MONEY Utltt1
HUH! DON'T PAY HIGH RATES 1UU
lttt BEE US FIRST. Ulti
1) Wa loan you any amount on M
It furniture, pianos, etc.; or, If yoa M
It have atcady employment, on your tt
tt plain note at the cheapest rate in 11
It tha city. Open until :t p. m. Phone (4
U Douglaa 9u3e. II
U OMAHA FINANCIAL CO. U
ttUt R. 101. Brow. Bit, UiU
tliHtl Opp. Urandeie' tlMUl
imWW l'n at. i trance. tttfetitil
OFFERED FOR RENT
Haardlaat aad Raaata.
V1CELY furnlahed rooms wltli or without
iward; close la all business, (ju So. lta
St. (li)-M927 ox
CLOSE IN. nice large room, eultable for
two; referencea reqoJiad. 1J4 S. 11 6 81
'Phon Red 4UU. (16)-M(74
LARGE taam-beated rooms, with bom
cooking. 214 Farnam bt, .
ttt) M907 12
DEWEY European Hotel. 13tb aad Farnam.
THE BACHEIRS, 90TH AND FARNAM.
' FAMILY HOTEL. AMERICAN PLAN.
ROOM with board, 2411 Capitol Av.
FOR two gentlemen, warm rrm. excellent
Ubl board. Tel. Red 1171. (15;-M363 llx
By using them
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boardlna aaa Ratal C outlawed.
FURNISHED room and board; everything
new and strictly modem; first-class
neighborhood, at a reasonable price. Mtlt
THE ROSE. 2QM Harney; nice wsrm rooms
with good board; rates reasonable; singie
meala or meal tlcketa. llo) M3M) JIdx
DESIRABLE rooms. 21S N. 19th.
NICELY furnished front parlor. 614 S. 22d.
(15) M286 9x
All parts of the city.
If you are looking for room
do not fall to get our Uai.
Coat ou nothing.
P. O. NIEIvAjm a CC HSM'AL AGT8.,
70S N. Y. Life bldg. 'Phona Doug. 2x4.
ROOMS for gentlemen, by day. week or
month. The Chatham. 110 8.13th St.
221 CHICAGO ST., modern I rooms and
i""i iiior; reasonable. ivi. cu
667S. (1d)-912 6
COMFORTABLE south front room in mod
. ern brick bouse. 2208 Douglas St.
SUITE of parlors with lavatory. In modern
home, on Park avenue, with board. Spe
cial figures to permanent parties. Phone
Harney 32.4. (Id) Mm 9x
FURNISHED rooms, strictly modern,
plenty of hot water. 316 N. ISth St.
(15) M112 9x
VERY pleasant front room, hot water heat.
modern iiat, good locality. 2407 Harney.
WARM sunny rooms with hot and coid
running water; best accommodations.
The Old Paxton Home, aut S. 25th Ave.
(15) 388 S
Apartments aad Flats.
FOR RENT-3302 Sherman Ave., lower flat,
absolutely modern, fin lawn, elegant
laundry In basement, 1.00 to rlgnt party.
Address W. E. Rogers, HM Lothrop St.
'Phone Webster 35S7. , ! M968
1-t r., flat, Srargo, 61H N. 24th St.. South
Omaha. Hall, 433 Ramg Bldg. Red 74v.
A VERY choice apartment at 33d and Far
nam St., will be vacated soon by party
leaving the city; inquire of Wm. K. Pot
ter, 3ol Brown Blk. (15) XI
6-ROOM strictly modern heated apartment,
2823 N. 20th St. J. N. Marsh, 445 Board of
Trade Bldg. llo) WO
STEAM HEATED FLATS.
Six rooms, hardwoo'd, full modern, gas
range, hot water. Ilea ted $.Ki. Hummer
rate 123; refercm.es required. Bemla. Tax
ton Block. (15)-M115
MOtiHRN 5-room steam heated apartment
on February 1 In the Dunsany, loth and
Pierce St. Conrad Young, 1518 Dodge St.
THREE large handsomely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Tel. Webster 8197.
FOR RENT Excellent south front, modern
furnished alcove parlor for light house
keeping; 'Phone in bouse. 2574 Harney
St. (15) M974
SUITE of modern rooms, with every con
venience. 2026 California. (151994 8x
THREE elegant .rnoie. s'r'etl" modern,
steam heat, hot water, 216 N. 22d St.
(15) 991 lOx
FOUR elegantly furnished front rooms,
naln floor, with piaro, complete for hou-w-keeptng.
208 Davenport. (15) 342 lOx
lloaaea aad Cottaaree.
FOR RENT 3304 Sherman Ave., tu and
electric light, strictly modern and up-to-date
except furnace. Privilege of laundry
In basement, 120.00. Address W. E. Rogers,
lt12 Lothrop St 'Phon Webster 3567.
1 ROOMS, modern good neighborhood, good
repair. First class furnace, 4U6 N. 23d St.,
135, less water. (15) M2x9 12
BRICK house, 1616 Dewey Ave., 7 rooms,
modern. Moyer Real Estate Co., 116
Farnam St. (lol M2t
OMAHA Van and Storage Co. pack, move,
store H. II. good, storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th, olfic l'jo Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
MAGGARD VAN STORAGE CO. Tel. D.
i486. We guarantee moving piano, H. H.
FOR RENT New t-roora cottage on block
from Sherman Ave. car; fine lawn and
trees; asphalt paved atreet, cement walks
and baaement; very choice location. Rent
120. Owner pays water rent and cares
for lawn. T-lephon Webster 8310 Wil
liam I. Kieratead. (16) 300
LIST your vacant houses with Waltar
Breen Co.. N. Y. Life Bldg. ()
l-ROOM. modern brick flat, 1007 Pacific
For Information 'phon Harney S2tJ.
HOUSES, flats. Garvin Bros.. 1604 Farnam.
6-ROOM house. E26 South 26th Ave., modern
except furnace, 121. (15) 3ti5 7x
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight ratea; moving and storing.
Expiesamen'a Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. 391
5-ROOM cottage, 115; 7-room house, 23.
Kev at grocery, 17th and Clark. Tel.
Red 4487. (15)-M381 7x
A BARGAIN In rent, 7 rooms, modern ex.
cept furnace, nar In, three block front
Farnam A. ear Una; very low to good
tenant. Apply at WJ N. 19th St.
7-ROOM. all modern house, gaa atove. gas
water heater, shades, furnace. 1613 Sprues
St. The Chatham., H. I. Plumb.
- v vreign Bona as vo..
HOUSES, Insurance. Rtngwalt, Barker Blk.
HOUSES Peter Trust Co.. n. H. L. Bldg.
FOR RENT 4 nlc rjoms, first floor, city
water, gas, toilet, 112.50 per month. C. M.
Bachmann. Agt. (151776
7-ROOM modern house. 2818 Dodge. Tel.
Harney 347a. H5)-34filox
MODERN except heat, 7 rooms and hall,
new combination fixtures; barn, laige
yard. House newly decorated.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A-2152.
1-STORY . and full baaement briik In
wholesale district, with electric elevator;
will make good term to right party under
lease. F. D. WE AD. Head Blk.. 18th and
Farnam. (15) M271 9
DESK ROOM for rent In an offlea located
on tha busy corner of 24th and N Sta.,
South Omaha. Call at Bea office, 8. O.
branch. 24tn and N. cw addraaa.
CORNER storeroom, 7u2 N. lath St.
15) MK lux
WHEN you writ to advartlaera, remem
ber that It take but an extra stroke or
two of tha in to mention the tact that
you saw th ad In Tu Bee,
year after year.
OFFERED FOR SALE
TWO folding counter (tools, tnahocaar
! finish; beeu used a short time and will
vii iue. v 1 1 itww vnitc, uinaiis.
ON ACCOUNT of moving to New York,
will sell large and medium slued room
runs, two book cases and various other
furniture. Can be seen at my house,
northwest corner of 38th and Dewey Ave.
A. D. Brandeis. (161333 6
SEND us your mail ordan for drugs;
freight paid on 110 lota Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. U6i 801
DRUGS at cut prlcea; freight paid on all
110 orders; catalogue free. Sherman a
McConnell Drug Co., O oaha. Neb.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tablea. Wa lead th world In
cheap bar fixtures; easy paymenta
Brunswlck-Balke Collender. 407 S. 10th Sl
LADIES Send for sample of the new
"Imperial Complexion Cream." delicate
In perfume and texture. One trial will
convince you. Sample box 10 cents. North
ern Chemical Co., P. O. Box S92. Minne
apolis, Minn. (16) M357 llx
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, butcher's 6x
10 Ice box, In good condition. Gen. W.
Hartman, 2003 Cuming St. (16)-M12
We have on hand a number of these bar
xels which we will set. at 60c each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
press room, bee Publishing Co. (16) 277
FOR SALE-! Rood blllard tables cheap.
Inquire 2929 West Q St., South Omaha.
(IB) 339 Feb3x
D. O. BARNELL, Paxton Block. Tel. Red
PATENTS THAT PROTECT-Thre bool
for Investor mailed on receipt of 6c post
age. R. 8. and A. B. Lacey. rooms 29-31
Pacific Bldg.. Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1869 (17) 807
A HOME for women during confinement
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Mother Lee, 40J
Bancroft SU 'Pncrj Douglaa 1921.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits csatoff
ciothlng; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. 11th St., for cost of collection to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phon Douglaa 4135 aod
wagon will call. 1)-7U
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha a
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women' Christian association rooms, lsl
Farnam St , where they will be directed
to eultable boarding place or otherwise
HALL'S safes. new.2d-hand. 1811 Farnam.
f A riMTiTrTr! treatment and bath. Mma
alii.Ulr,i.XV amiU,, 1U N. ISth, 2d floor.
LIEBEN, coatumer. 1410 Howard. Open Eva
SYRINGES, rubber goods by mall: cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha. (18) 810
OMAHA Stammerer' In., Ramg Bldg.
WANTED-To tore piano for use of It;
best care, no children. Address D 314,
care Bee. (18) 346 lOx
ELECTRIC vibratory treatments, alcohol
rubbing, magnetic massage; new parlor;
lady operator. Room 2, 1703 Dodse St.
(18) M383 I0X
MASSAGE treatment, 17t9 Dodge St.. ba
ment. Mrs. Jordan. (18) 915 tix
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est. 1866; prompt
service; get our prlcea 1710 Farnam St.
PAYNE 1NV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST, CO..
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, President,
GEORGE at CO,
1601 Farnam. Tel. Douglas 711
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandeis Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
IMPROVED business property, 66x132, near
city hall, J115.O0. Harrison & Moiton.
(19) 371 7
AN eastern owner ha two houses in Haas
com Place rented for 170 a mouth; every
thing modern; paved street; esst front:
will sell at a bargain; on block north of
Room 1. New Tork Llf Building.
, U8 Of.
To the person who will send me a buyer
for my property. Tel. Webster 2408.
(19) 343 lOx
W. W. MITCHELL, REAL ESTATE,
322 Board of Trade Bldg.
If you have city property, farms, ranch
lands or stocks of merchandise that you
want to aell or trade, list ttiem with
me. It is my business to sell snd It
costs you nothing unless I effect a sale.
W. W. MITCHELL.
Telephone Douglaa JSo4.
LIST your property with Cbrla Boyer. 124
. and Cuming Sts. U iU
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SALE
COLORADO farm lands In all the agri
cultural districts In the state, and par
ticularly "The Denver Country," which
Includes the Platte and Puudre valleys.
110 and up per acre. The head of this
firm and Mr. Wm. A. Higgina, Box 4(5,
Omaha. Neb., are the men who atarted
the land buying campaign In Omaha and
weatern Iowa, north and eost of Denver
under "The High Line." Write for par
ticulars. JOSEPH POWELL CO.,
231-233 Coronado Bldg.,
FARM ANI FRUIT LAND
Denver-Greeley district, under Irrigation;
sugar bee's, alfalfa, general fanning and
fiult raising: low price, easy paymenta.
National Investment Co.. (32 Brandeis
Bldg., Omaha. Tel. Douglaa eoH.
BARGAINS In North Dickinson County,
Kansas, lands. Send for list today. K.
Fackler, Manchester, Kan.
(2ui-M73 Feb. 5x
FINE RANCH FOR SALE.
J,f0 acres of Montsna wheat land, 500
acres In cultivation, good water right
snd an excellent opportunity for a good
farmer; threshing machine, gang plows
snd other machinery to go with tne
ranch. Price, lit an acre; one-half csah.
tha balance five years at 4 per rant. 8a
tuilly btata Lank, Havre. Mont.
VJuJ-ia mi Jan:i
FARM AMD RANCH LAKD FOR SALE
IDAHO homestead landa. Wm C. Ar. 4
Iarlmore Ave. (30) 344 lOx
A FORTY-ACRE FARM OR A
FORTY DOLLAR A WEEK
Possibly this Is a new thought to you.
But you can figure for yourself which Is
better. Forty a week Is a bigger salary
than lots of men ever got at a trade In
the city, and yet many of these same men.
If they only owned a good. Irrigated farm
of forty acres In the North Platte valley
might easily have an Income of 140 a week,
taking one season with another. On Irri
gated land all years are fat years, there
are no dry years and no flood years.
There are some splendid opportunities to
buy, at a low price, and on ten years'
time some most desirable 40-acr tracts In
on the msln line of the Union Pacific,
forty-five miles from North Platte. Neb.
What can you do on a 40-acre Irrigated
farm? if you have children, put ten acres
In beets, ten acres in alfalfa and potatoes,
and buy a few cows, soma chickens and
pigs, raise enough corn and grain to keep
the cows and chickens and they will sup
port you, and If you take care of the beets
they will produce from 180 to 190 an acre.
Or you might put In six or seven acres of
beets and two or three acres of potatoes.
And how easy to get the farm. Forty
acres at 150 an acre Is 12.009. Cash payment
cf on fifth is 14O0; balance may be paid
as you wish In from one to ten years. The
earnings of the land will pay It all in the
first two or three seasons. Send for our
40-rago Illustrated booklet. Excursion every
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
N. Y. Life Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
(3l "S6 6
I HAVE 80 acres of nice level land, good
soil, located 6 miles south of Spencer,
Neb.; nd Improvements; price 120 per
sere. Want good automobile, or will con
sider any good offer that Is not too large.
Address S. W., 2S0S Miami St., Omaha,
Neb. (20)-M362 7
FRUIT lands at old Fort Sumner, New
Mexico, In the great Pecos valley. Alti
tude 4.000 feet, delightful climate, splen
did soil, ditch built, abundance wi.tcr;
warrantee deed and anstract of title of
water goes with land; on main line trans
continental railroad afforiilng best of
market both east and west; prices right,
terms attractive; challenge comparison.
Write for particulars.
JOSEPH TOW ELI. CO.,
231-233 Coronado Bldg.,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City Iosjis and warrants. W.
Farnam Sinui. -o., Uii) aarnain Sr.
PAYNE. '.OSTWICK &. CO., N. Y. Life,
prlvat oiuuey; tout) te to.uui; low rate.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT
money lo loan on
Omaha Buainess Property.
Room 1, New y0ik Lit Bldg.
PRIVATE MONEY N DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., 16t4 PARNAK.
SECOND MORTGAGE .
LOANS NEGOTIATED. Apply Room 211
Flrat National Bank Bldg. Bell 'Phon
DougU 231a (22)-735
1500 TO 15.000 ON HOMES IN OMAHA.
CKEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A 2152.
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood,
616 Brandeis Bldg. (22)-2t
LOWEST RATES Bemla Paxton block.
1100 TO 110,000 made promptly. F, D. Wean,
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. (22) U
MONET TO BUILD.
1500 t 1200,000 at current rate.
W. H. THOMAS. 603 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANTED CITY loans.
Peters Trust Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED TO BUY.
NEW -room cottage, modern, not over 1
block from North 24th St. car-41 800 to
12,000 cash. Address F-346, care Bee.
I WANT to purchase modern house near
Weat Farnam; muat be reasonable In
price snd In perfect condition. Only own
ers need answer, giving full particulate.
Addresa W 3(0, care Be. (23)
WANTED At once, moderate sized house
In good locality; must be cheap for caan.
No agents or real estate dealers need
teply. Addresa H 331, care Bee.
WANTED to purchase downtown business
block, 120.000 to tari.nooti. See me st once.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Blk., 18th and Farnam.
(23) M272 9
WANTED TO BUT.
GOOD 7 or t-room. all modern house, good
barn, 50-ft. lot, trees from 14.000 to 16,000
cash. Addreaa P-389, care Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for Id-hand furniture, ear.
peta, clothea and shoes. Tel. Doug. 1971.
RIGHT prlcea paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
WE WILL buy land any place the rlrers
are cutting. Omaha Current' Deflector
Co.. 214 8. 12th St. (26)-471 Jl
WANTED A small Marine gasoline engine.
Address L 300, care Bee. (25) M113 9x
WANTED All kinds of 2d-hand furniture;
will pay highest price. J. Levlne, 304 N.
16th. Phone Douglas 771. Ci5 M350
YOUNG man desires place to work fot
board while attending school. Boyle
College Both 'phones. (27) UM1
RAILROAD man. 18 yeare experience In
local and general vffice work, wants
change, rapid at figures. Mercantile
houa preferred. A dress M-3'l, Bee offle.
WANTED- Responsible position In some
solid company by young man: can give
excellent references aa to character, ex
ecutive ability and experience; also under
stand bookkeeping. When answering
klndlv state salary and nature of work.
AfMrees Y 1. Bee. 27i MJW2 Hx
FURNACE, ateaii and hot water repairs;
Thermostats and other heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
beating. Omaha Stove Repair Works,
lV12u8 Douglaa St. 'Phones; lai. A-3.'l
Hell. Hoi rlss fits). 706
Q oaa Inta th Horn
THE OMAHA DEE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed pro
posala will be received by tha under
signed at th office of the Nebraska State
llistorlcsl society. In the University Li
brary building, on or before 12 o'clock, noon.
January 19, 19fO. for the construction of
tha foundation and baaement for tha wing
of tha propoaed Stale Historical building on
the west half of block No. 1.'4. In the city
of Lincoln, according to the plana and
specif Icat Ions, terms and conditions on file
with George A. Berllnghof. architect, at
hla office In the Security Mutual Life build
ing. IJncoln, Neb. The executive board re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids. Nebraska State Historical Society. Rv
C. S. Paine, secretary. J4-dJl'
Dated December 11. 190.
Offlea of Le-Glaaa-Andreesen Hardwar
Company, Omaha, Nabraaka, December
12, 19i) Notice I hereby given to ta etock
holder of th Lea-Glaaa-Andreeo Hard
war Company that the annual meeting ol
the stockholders of th company will b
beld at the offices of the said company,
corner of Ninth and Harney at reel a, in the
city of Omaha. In th stale of Nebraska,
on Tuesday, January 12. A. D., lsvt, at J
o'clock p. ni.. for trie purpose ot electing
a board of director for th company tj
aerve during tha ensuing year, and ta
transact such other business a may b
presented at such meeting. Atteati W. 14.
Ulasa, secretary; H. J. Le. president.
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
of the Union Land Company Notice Is
hereby given that th annual meeting of
the stockholders of th Union Land Com
pany for the election of five director and
the transaction of such other business ss
may legally c.tme before the meeting will
be held at he office of the general solic
itor, Unlnu Pacific Headquarters Building.
9th snd Farnam Streeta, Omaha, Nebraska,
on Monday, tha 11th day of January, 190.
at 10 o'clock a. m. The stock transfer books
will be closed ten days previous to the
meeting. ALEX MILLER, Secretary. New
York City. N. Y.. Dc. 11. 190. D0d20l
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The South Omaha and Western Railroad
Company, for the election of seven directors
ami the transaction of such other business
as may come before th meeting, will be
held at the office of A. L. Mohlr, oorner
of Ninth snd Farnsm street, Omaha.
Nebraska, on Wednesday, the thirteenth
day of January, A. D. 1909, at 11 o'clock
m. T. M. ORR, Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTTCW
Is hereby given that the annual meeting
of the stockholders of The Be Building
company will 1 held at 4 o'clock p. m.
Tuesday, January 19, 19r, at the office
of said company In The Bee building.
Omaha, for the election of a board of di
rector for the ensuing yrar and the trans
action of such other business ss may prop
erly come before such meeting. H. A.
HASKELL, Secretsry. Jdsl4t
PROPOSALS FOR TOUNO HORSE, or-
flee of the Quartermaster, Kansaa City.
Kan., December 8. 1908. Sealed proposals,
In triplicate, will be received at this offic
until 13 o'clock m., central time, January .
1909, and then opened In the presence of
attending bidders, for furnishing 800 young
horses (260 cavalry and 50 artillery) for de
livery at Fort Reno, Oklahoma, or other
prominent railroad points. United States
reserves the right to accept or reject anv
or all bids or any part thereof. Blank
forms and all Information can be had upon
application to thla oflce. Envelopes con
taining proposals to be marked, "Proposals
for Animals," and addressed. "Captain
Klrby Walker, Quartermaster."
D. 9-10-1M2-J. 5-.
OFFICE OF THE) CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort Robinson, Neb., Jan
uary S, 19u9 Sealed proposals for the con
struction of a building- for traneformer
substation will be received her until 1 p.
m. January 20. 1909, and then opened. Plans
and specifications may be consulted and
blank proposals and Instruction to bid
ders obtained at the offices of the chief
quartermasters at Denver, Omaha, St. Paul
and Chicago, depot quartermaster, St.
Louis, and at this office. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be Indorsed "Pro
posals for Transformer Substation" and ad
dressed to Captain F. T. Arnold, Construct
ing Quartermaster, Fort Robinson, Neb.
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