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ITE OMAITA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. JANUARY 11. 1900
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note apply ta either Tho Dally ar
Alway connt l word to a liar.'
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CASH RATES FOR WAWT ADS.
REGULAR CLASSIFICATION Ono
Insertion, pei liar, 10 cent. Twa ar
more ronaecntlre Insertions, per llae,
rrat. F.aeh Insertion made on odd
data, 10 reat per llae. fl.BO per
liae per month I excepting that
FCRSISHED ROOM ADS,
when accompanied F cash, the rate
will be I Oae Insertion, 4 reata per
llnei three ar six coaeecatlve Inser
tions, 3 real per llae each Insertion!
even or more conecntle Inaertlon.
A reat per llae each Insertion fiW
tent per llae per month.
Waat ad for Tha Bea may ba left
at any of tho following drog "tore
one la rear "corner draa;Ut" they
ai all branch office for Tho Bea aad
roa ad will bo lanertod Jaa aa
promptly aad aa the name ratea aa at
the mala offlne la The Bea Building,
Seventeenth aad Faraam atreetai
Albach. W. C.. 40th and Farnam.
Beranek. a A., 14oi S. 16th St.
Hecht Pharmacy. 720 8. Wth St.
Benson Pharmacy. Benon, Neb,
Hrrali Park Pharmacy, 83d and Cuming-.
Biases Pharmacy, 2826 Sherman Ave.
Cuughlin, C. K., th and Pierc Sta.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy. 221S Military Ava,
Conte, J. B , 31t Ave. and Farnau St.
crlssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake Sta.
Cerinak, Emil. 1204-g 8. 18th St.
Khlcrx, B. H. iM8 Leavenworth St.
1-outer & Arnoldl, 216 N. 264h St.
Freyiag. John J., 1914 N. 24th St.
Florence Lrug Co., Florence, Neb.
Goldman Pharmacy. 20th and Lake Sta.
Greenuugii. U. A., 1624 S. 10th St.
UreenuUMh, U. A., 1614 S. 10th St.
Jiayden. William C. 2920 Farnam St.
iL.nc.i.i Park Pharmacy, 1401 8. 28th St.
liuis.. John, 524 N. loth St.
Huff, A. U, 2924 Leavenworth St.
King, It. H.. 2Xi8 Farnam St.
Kountie 1'lnce Pharmacy, 2601 N. 24th St
Latlirup. Charlea K.. 1324 N. 24th St.
Patr.ck Drug Co.. 1602 N. 24th St.
1 ty.on, L. E., 24th and Leavenworth Sta.
8ara.u.t Drug Co., 24th St. and Amei
Schaefcr's Cut Prlca Drug Co., 16th and
-i.tfr, August, 2031 N. 16th St.
Schmid,. J. H.. 24th and Cuming Sta.
Walnut 11IU Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming
Walton Pharmacy, 20th and Grace Sta.
Wui.h. O. 11., 40th and Hamilton Sta.
blUN PA1NTINO-8. H. Cole, 1302 Douglaa.
ANTED 5u0 head of cattle to pasture for
coming season, Ewing, Neb.; pasture
temeu; plenty of water and shade. Write
J. H. 'ialboy, Sioux City, la.
A i-lnts In public speaking will be organ
Iri'.l at the loung Men's Christian assocla
"TUESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 12
Instruction In Debating, Parliamentary
Law, Extemporaneous Speaking. .
First Class Instructor
See J. W. MILLER,
1814 Farnam HI.
Stoddard Day ton jouiing cu.r, $l,20u.
ivfo louriug cat, fen.'.
Heo Touring car, w.
iko 'i'ouriiig i.o.
Ford, inouei N,
Fura, nioUtil K, juu
Ford, 8 roadster, annual new, f'ij).
Buick Kunabout, almost net. $suv.
Hull K Touring car, taiv.
Bnveral Duryea, HM.
Dragon Touring tar, $1,(0.
averly Electric, ioU uji.
Ail the above guaranteed In good shape.
Write fur full description.
State agents Stoddaru Dayton and Ford
card. The best automobile valuea In the
Stoddaid Dayton, $1,600. $2,000, $2,600. The
aenaatlonal Ford $x5u touring car.
Good live agents wanted.
Open and closed cara for rent day or night
Special attention given to theater parties.
Telephone Douglas 353.
PROFITABLE positions open in the au
tomobile field; technical Instructions on
both steam and gas engines; students
paid for repair work. Address Omaha
Hohool of Automobile Engineering, 2418
Leavenworth St. M761
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
FARMS. town property. merchandise.
Suingvr & Child, Paxlon Blk., Omaha.
A FINE STALLION for aale; might con
sider exchange for good residence prop
erty. O 354, Care Be. (3)-M424 11
FOR SALE or exchange, new atock of
general merchandise, with building worth
$6,500, In good live town; will trade for
Improved farm or land. Wm. O'Connor
Harrlsburg. 8. D. (8) M4&3 22
MUST SELL QUICK
$1:2,000 btock general merchan
dise, doing good business.
Sixty cents on the dollar gets
this if taken at once.
J. R ADKINS,
Koom 4 First National Bank
Building, Council Bluffs, la.
(41 M656 11
4o GET IN or out of business call on
GANUE8TAD, Room 408. Bee Bldg.
FOR BALE An up-to-date hardware ator
at once; Inquire quick. No trades con
sidered; $3,UM stock, including fixtures.
Address Win. F. Dickinson, Exeter, Nub.
LUMBER YARD WANTED I will pay
cash fur good yard, located In central Ne
braska. Address Y 167, care Omaha Bee.
FOR BALE -Stock of furniture, brick build
ing and W.0U) stock in good paving com
pany, all located in one of the beat towns
In eaatern Nebraska; total value, $26,000.
Will exchange thla for good ranch In
western Nubraska of equal value. Walt
Investment Co., 43 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
TUB president of an established business
recently nlargd personally guarantees
per Cnt dividends on his company's
stuck and will buv back In three years at
$106. Aaare car Be. (t)-MtS4
I HAVE boon authorised to acoopt stin
acrlptlnna for atoca In a laraw eaatem
manufacturing company who maintain a
branch In Omaha and who hava paid
a net annual dividend of over U per cant
for the last quarter of a century. An
unusual opportunity la presented for In
vestors to placa their funds where a
large uninterrupted Income Is assured.
For full particulars address Ixck Bog
14. Omaha. 4-M610 12
FOR HALE-First -claj restaurant In town
of i ttfO. Fine location and good trade.
County mat town. Address Y 1. care
B-s. (4V-M421 11
WANTED A good hustler for city real
estste; a good proposition tor tne ngni
party. N 363. care Bo. (4) M423 11
DRUG store for ale. Knle.t. N. Y. IJIfe.
DR. ROT, R. 2, 1W Farnam St. Doug 47.
DAVID COLE creamery Co.
CHINA decorating; order work a specialty.
Lessons Tuesday, inuraoay nna omiur
day. Firing dally. Leather craft, etalna.
leather and designs. Mr. C. C. Hungata,
m Brandels Bldg. Tel. Red I486.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy, Tel. Doug. IBt
McDowell Dressmaking school, 162S Famam.
BAILEY tk MACH. 3d Hoor Pmxton. D. m.
PERCrVAL, d floor Barker block. TcL
Doug. 11. Perfect Centaury at reon
able prices. (6) 137 Janli
THE MTD WINTER TERM OF
Every day Is enrollment day. Enter any
time for complete, thorough instruction In
Shorthand. Typewriting, BooKaeeping ana
Telegraphy. Cataloguea are free. H. B.
Boy lea, president, Omana.
Official Training School for Telegra
phers tor U. P. K. R. Telegraph Dept.
HESS & 8WOBODA, 1416 Farnam St
L. HENDERSON, 151 Farnam. Tel. D. 1263.
J. H. BATH, 1623 Harney.
TeL Doug. 3000.
RATE. In sums to
suit, SiO Bee HWg ,
'Phone Douglaa 2904.
UNION LOAN COMPANt.
DODGE HOTEL, 13th and Dodge, best for
its class In the city; good restaurant in
connection. (6) 466 F8
Moving and Storing.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., office 214
N. 16ih St., warehouse 2307-9 I sard St
JOHNSON INS., 418 N. Y. L.
Tel. D. 1604.
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolas, 606 N. T. L. Bldg.
CAMPBELL ac DILLON, practical plumb
ers; special attention given to repair
work. Tel. Doug. 4042; Independent, A-1343.
(6) M408 F6
Safes, Shatters, Etc.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works makes a
specialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors
and safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 B. 10th.
Shorthand Reporter and Xotary.
! F. J. S1TTCLIFFE Depositions,
i Bldg. Tel. Dougias 19u6.
SHOES repaired right called for and de
livered tree, standard csnoe Repair Co.,
imh r amam tn. x ei. uougiaa iott.
HCLSE tt RIEPEN, successors to Harry
B. Davis, 709 80. 16th St. Both phones.
1310 HOWARD 8T Missouri filter; IS days-
trial. (t) 7SB
HELP WANTED FEMALE
TWO saleswomen, $1-$12; stenographer, $10;
billing clerk, $60; call or write at once.
Don't forget, "Try the National;" it paya.
National Kef. & Security Ass'n., 646 Bran
dels Bldg. (7)-M487 Ul
Factory aad Trades,
WANTED-Experienced bindery girls. Ap-
Ely between 10 and 12 a. m. Omaha Print,
ig Co., m Farnam. (7)-
LAUNDRESS for Institutional work. $2
per month; room and board. Referent
required. Address A 290, car Bee.
WANTED Experienced weist finisher and
helper. Apply to Chlodo's, 216 So. lgth
St. (7)-MlS 11
Housekeeper and Domestic.
ASSISTANT cook wanted; good wages. 2412
Cats. ) 4U64 u
WANTED At once, experienced girl for
general housework; i In family; $5 per
week. Mrs. B. G. Burbank. 3845 Cali
fornia. (") 463 11
GIRL for general housework. 3315 Burt St.
(7) 470 11
GIRL for general housework.
Mra. A. P.
Tukey, iM Chicago.
WANTED Colored women
housework. 216 So. lkth.
WANTED Good cook at once. Mrs. C.
J. Ilysham. 707 Park Ave.
(7) M499 II
HELP WANTED MALE
Ageats, Solicitors aad Salesmen.
SALESMEN wanted for the best cement
block and poat machine on the market;
straight commission, good for $300 to ttttu
per month; a good side line for Implement
men; territory reserved. Address Geo. A.
Black. General Sales Agent. Id I nlon
Ave, Kansas City, Mo. () M123 16
WANTED An experienced salesman In
northern- Nebranka and low by one of
the leading wholesale liquor firms in
Kanfcaa City. Address Y 18, Om.iha Bee.
AGENTS wanted for th most complete oil
gas burner In the world; no wick; no
smell; generates kerosene oil Into a fine
ges: it fits any cock stove or range;
nothing like It; one-third cheaper thai,
real or wood.
TH K MCONOMT BURNER CO.. Dept. 6,
09 and 610 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
DRUG CLERK'S position.
Knlest N. Y.
Factory aad Trades.
DO YOU WANT to become a competent
automobile operate rT The Northwestern
Automobile arid lias Engine school ran
put you In this class. Better Investigate
Omaha Commercial College Bldg.. I St")
and Farcar (lO-MA
rX7ew lines placed in THE BEE
I Want Columns will undoubt-
1 edly secure what you want
HELP WANTED MALE
Factory aad Tradeal oallaaed.
WANTED Two first class barbers, Mon
damln Hotel barber shop, Bloux City, la.
( M3b0 12
MEN Our Illustrated catalougue explains
now we teach barber trade In few weeks;
mailed free. Moler Barber College, 110 S.
14th St., Omaha. () M443 14
WANTED Young men In all parts of the
country, 20 to 40 years- old, for steam
railway firemen and brakemeTi and elec
tric railway motonm-n and conductors,
) to S130 per month. No experience neces
sary. Write at once for full particulars,
stating position desiri'd. National Rail
way Training Association, (3 Central
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. ( M616 30
BOTLE3 TELEGRAPH SCHOOL.
Boyle Building, Omaha, Nob.; official
training school for V. P. R. R.; positions
guaranteed; booklet free. (9) 07
FREE3 Employment Dept.. Business Men's
A n; no fees. Call (26 N. Y. Life Bldg.
MEN TO WORK
ON ICE FIELDS
Apply 'at ice houses, East
Omaha. Take East Omaha car
at Locust Street. Omaha Ice
and Cold Storage Co.
WANTED Railway mall clerks; customs
employes; clerks at Washington; com
mencement salary, $a00; many spring ex
aminations; candidates prepared free;
write for schedule. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 3S5. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 18 and
36; citizens of United States, of good
character find temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For in
formation apply to Recruiting Office',
13th & Douglas Sta., Omaha, Neb., or
Massachusetts Bldg.. Sioux City. la.
OFFICE Man in creamery, $80-$90; profit
and loss clerk, $66: hotel cashier and
checker, $50; experienced shoe clerk, good
salary. Office Manager and credit man,
S12S: two stenographers, J65-J75. Call or
write at once.
Don't forget, "Try the National;" It pays.
National Ref. & Surety Ass'n., 645 Bran
dels Bldg. (9)-M4R8 llx
WANTED Men to qualify for paylns
positions ss railway firemen, motormen,
mall clerks. Many openings. Practical
Instruction at low cost. Write for free
catalogue. State position desired. The
Wentho Railway Corres. School. Free
port. 111.. Dept. 6X. r9l M61 16
MALE AND FEMALE.
MEN AND WOMEN AGENTS wanted. Call
at once. 212 McCaanie Bldg. no)-M3? 18
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Cows, Birds, Dogs aad Pets.
LEWELLYN SETTER PUTS for sale,
cheap. Will V. Matthews. Tabor, la.
BEST nerve brace for men, "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills." $1 a box, postpaid. Sherman
A McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. (13) 609
FREE MEDICAL and surgical treatment
at Crelghton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts.; special attention paid to
confinement cases; all treatment super
vised by college professors. 'Phone Doug
las 1167. Calls answered day or night.
ANY poor girl In need of a friend call or
write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. 24th
Rt.. Omaha, Neb. (1S)-M589
MONEY TO LOAN
IALAHY AND CHATTELS.
MONEY loaned salaried people and othera
without security; easy payments. Offices
In fab principal cities. Tolman, Room 613
New York Life Bldg. U4-Ti)
SUUJ YOU WANT MONEY $$$U$M
sHutl DON'T PAY HIGH RATES
$ SEE US FIRST. $
w we loan you any amount on tt
$S furniture, pianos, etc.; or, if you $t
n have steady employment, on your $
U plain note at the cheapest rates in it
$$ the city. Open until 6:30 p. m. Phone tt
tt Douillaa 2036. $$
U OMAHA FINANCIAL CO..
liilj R. 501. Brown Blk.. $$$
tsuUS Opp. Brandels' $($
iusu$$ 16th St Entrance. I1SWM4
' , (14) 811
CHATTEL LOANS. Warrants bought. $100
real estate loan made on monthly pay
ments, J6 Karbach Blk. (14)-372 9x
18 THERE some poor woman who Is terror
ised lntonervou jruuiiuii mau
ahrk? See us. Citizens Protective ssso
clatlon. 410 Barker Blk. (14)-M41S
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boarding; aad Room.
r-T-OSE IN nice large room, suitable for
two- references required. 114 S. 19lh St.
Phone Red 4033. (15)-814
LARGE ateam-heated rooms, with home
cooking. Farnam St
co (15)-M907 12x
DEWEY European Hotel, 13 Ul and Farnam.
THE BACHELORS. 30TH AND FARNAM.
FAMILY HOTEL. AMERICAN PUN.
ROOM with board. 2411 Capitol Ave.
(15) M2u9 r
irnu two gentlemen, warm room, excellent
table board. Tel. Red 6171, (15-Ma5 llx
FURNISHED room and board; everything
pew and strictly modern; first. -class
neighborhood; at a reasonable price. 1823
Wirt St. (16)-813
THE ROSE, Harney; nlc warm rooms
with good board; ratea reasonable; atngl
meals or meal tickets. (16) M3a0 J 15x
NICELY furnished rooms, with or without
board- walking distance. 2704 Farnam St.
Tel. Harney 3631. U5)-M612 12
FIRST-CLASS accomodations, reasonable
prices, near business center. 620 S. 19th
I" (16)-M472 16x
ROOMS for gentlemen, by dsy, week or
month. The Chatham, 110 8. 13th St.
NICE large east room, modern, nice home,
cheap. 2104 Webster St. Tel. Douglas
4654. (16) 467 l()x
All parts of th city.
If you are looking for rooms
do not fall to get our list.
Costa you nothing.
P. O. NIELSON CO.. RENTAL AGTS.,
70$ N. Y. Uf Bldg. 'Phon Doug. 2304.
TWO larg ateam neated rooms. Inquir
Hamilton Cafe. 24th and Farnam.
(16) M4U6 Ux
A LARGE southeast room la new modern
house, close ln. 28J9 Harney.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Furnished Room ton tinned.
FURNISHED rooms, strictly modern, plenty
of hot water. al6 N. lDth St.
VERY pleasant, large southeast room, suit
able lor two; also smaller rooms. 2702
Farnam St. Harney 2U06. (IS) Mu0 17
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms In mod
ern home, private family. 618 N. 28d St.
Tel. Douglas 633;. (16) M58 iZx
LARGE front room In modern cottage. 114
8. 2tth Ave. 'Phono Harney 33S8.
LARGE warm rooms. Mrs. Bishop. 2231
Douglas St. (15) M4o3 llix
ELEGANT, strictly modern, large, newly
furnished front room, with board If de
sired. In excellent neighborhood, con
venient to 2 car lines; private resi
dence; no children; references ex
changed; rate, $4.76 per week. 1907
Wirt (16) M496 16
Apartments and Flats.
1-6 r. flat, Scargo, 616H N. 24th St. South
umana. nan, !33 Ramge isidg. Ken ,n.
A VERY choice apartment at 33d and Far
nam ia, win be vacated soon ty psrty
leaving the city; inquire of Wm. K. Pot
ter, 3ul Brown Blk. (16) 267
MODERN 6-room steam hested apartment
on February 1 In the Dunaany, loth and
Pierce St Conrad Young, 1618 Dodge St.
6-ROOM strictly modern heated apartment.
in. zotn ot j, N. Marin. tv uoara or.
Trade Bldg. (15)
FOR RENT Suite of 3 or 4 steam-heated
rooms with bath to family or three or
four men at the New Hamilton; first-
class cafe with home cooking In connec
tion. Tel. A-3360 or Inquire of Janitor.
STEAM HEATED OUTSIDE FLAT.
Handsome, 8 rooms, all outside, hardwood,
modern, shades, gaa range, hot water,
walking distance, heated, t32; summer
rate, $J5; references required.
BEM1S. Paxton Blk.
FOR RENT Excellent south front, modern
furnished slcove parlor for light house
keeping; 'Phone In house. 2674 Harney
St. (io) M974
TWO or three rooms, housekeeping. 1712
Jackson. (15) till lix
TWO furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing, on bath room floor. 2510 Dodgo St.
(15) M640 16
THREE elegant rooms, strictlv modern,
steam heat, hot water. 216 N. 22d St.
FOUR unfurnished rooms, modern, steam
heated, centrally located. Douglas 4918.
DESIRABLE S-room modern furnished
house. Rlngwalt Bros. (lu) 222
EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; attractive
terms to right party without children;
references required. 422 No. Slst St. Tel.
Harney 3962. (15) M4S2 10
Houses aad Cottages.
S ROOMS, modern good neighborhood, good
repair. First class furnace, 406 N. 23d St.,
$35. less water. ... 15)-M& 12
OMAHA Van and Storage Co. pack, move,
store. II. H. goods, storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th, office 1609 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
MAGGARD VAN & STORAGE CO., Tel. D.
1496. We guarantee moving pianos. H. H.
goods. (15) 820
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. 394.
FOR RENT New 6-room cottage one block
from Sherman Ave. car; fine lawn and
trees; anphalt paved street, cement walks
and basement; very choice location. Rent
$20. Owner pays water rent and cares
for lawn. Telephone Webster 3310. Wil
liam I. Klerslead. (16) 200
LIST your vacant houses with Walter
Breen Co., N. Y. Life Bldg. (16)-82o
8-ROOM. modern brick flat, 3007 Pacific.
For Information 'phone Harney 3283.
HOUSES, flats. Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
A BARGAIN In rent, 7 rooms, modern ex
cept furnace, near In, three blocks from
Farnam St. car line; very low to good
tenant. Apply at 6u7 N. 19th St.
7-ROOM, all modern house, gas stove, gas
water heater, shades, furnace. 1612 Spruce
St. The Chatham. H. 1. Plumb.
FOR RENT 4 nlco rjoms, first floor, city
water, gas. toilet, $12.50 per month. C. Id.
Bachmann, Agt. (16) 776
7-ROOM modern house. 2818 Dodge. Tel.
Harney 3T7S. (15) 345 llx
S-ROOM cottage, No. 1618 Pratt St., mod
ern except heat $20. Tel. Douglas 6351.
1020 8. 23D. 6-room cottage; city water and
gas. Inquire lo21 8. 24tii. (16) M502 12
FOR RENT Second floor, 4 rooms, mod
ern. 3804 N. ISth St. (15)-M582 llx
HOUSES ln a" parU ot
UUUOHiO (.'reign Sons & Co.,
HOUSES-Peters Trust Co.. N. Y. L. Bldg.
IF YOUR house Is vacant list it with us;
we can rent It for you.
HARWOOD & HA K WOOD, 41 Bee Bldg
'-ROOM house, modern except furnace, $23;
with barn, $:'5; 17th and Clark Sis. In
quire H. Gross, 22d and Howard. Tel.
Red 4487. (16)-M637
10i0 S. 23D, 6-room cottage, city water ar.d
gaa. Inquire 1021 S. 24th. (15) 413 9x
DESK ROOXJ for rent In an office located
on the busy corner of 24th and N Sta.,
South Omaha. Call at Bee office. 8. O.
branch. 24th and N. Sta. New addres.
FOR RENT Store, 13th and Douglas. Hub
erman itnreronm. southeast coiner. Apply
John A. Bennewltx, 417 First National Hank
Bldg. Tel. Doug. 1945. C MH33 12
OFFERED FOR SALE
TWO folding counter stools, mahogany
finish; been used a short time and will
sell cheap. Call at Bee office. Omaha.
FOR SALE Cheap, 2d-hand steel range,
with warming oven and water back. Call
1613 Harney St. (16) Mm V.x
ROUND OAK stove, almost net for sale
cheap. Call Douglaa 7262. (I6i M500 16
MONARCH typewriter, nearly new, for
sale cheap. Call lnd. Tel. A2966. or write
2i6 Dewey Ave. (16) M4J0
WHEN you writ to advertisers, remem
ber that It take but an extra stroke ur
two of th pen to mention the fact that
you saw th ad In Th Bea
OFFERED FOR SALE
FOR SALE New end -'d-hanrt billiard and
pool tables. Wo lead the wot Id In cheap
bar fixtures; easy payments. Wruiiswlck
Balke Collendir. 407 S. loth 8..
DRIG9 at cut prices; freight paid on all
$1(' orders; catalogue frit. Sherman 41
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
LADIES Send for sample of the new
"Imperial Complexion Cream." delicate
In perfume and texture. One trial will
convince you. Sample box 10 cents. Nor th
ern Chemical Co., P. O. Box 392. Minne
apolis. Minn. (16) M367 llx
SEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. (! 8.16
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, butcher's fix
10 Ice box, In good condition. Geo. v.
Hartman, 2003 Cuming St. (16 MS37
B. F. SWANSON CO. OF
OMAHA SAVES YOU $25
TO $75 ON A
20 different makes to select from at a
Saving of 3U to do per cunt of mfrs. prices
($16 and upi. Slightly used and genuine re
built midlines practically as good as new
for sale or rent, rent applied if bougut.
Full guaruntte. We ship anywhere on
prcval for examination without a deposit.
Write today for large bargain list and
receive our offur. H. F. Fwanson Co. (Est.
1904). 417 S. 15th St., Omaha. (16) i;io
We have on hand a number of these bar
rels which we will sell at oOc each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
press room. Bee Publishing Co. (16) 277
FOR MALE 1 good blllard tables cheap,
Iii,U.e U) West Q St., South Omaha.
)6 339 Feb3x
FOR SALE Full dress suit, size 36; good
condition. Write Box 745, Missouri Val
ley, la. (16)-M583 llx
FOR SALE New Jeweler's safe; weight
3,500, outside measurement 30x4xxG8; dou
ble doors Inside and outside. 10-foot oak
wall case, two g-fool floor cases. Al a
bargain. Address Hoy 8. Smith, i'l4ti O,
Lincoln, Nebraska. (16) M639 11
D. O. BARNELL, Paxton Block. Tel. Red
PATENTS THAT PROTECT Three book
for Investors mailed on receipt of 6c post
age. R. S. and A. B. Lacey, room 28-31
Pacific Bldg., Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1869. (17)-o;i9
A HOME for women during confinement
We tlnd homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Motiier Lee, 4v2
Bancroft St. 'Phone Douglas 1921.
(IS) 801 J27x
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins., Ramge Bldg.
MASSAGE treatment, 1709 Dodge St., base.
ment. Mrs. Jordan. (Is) M426 14x
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; 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 'Phone Douglas 4135
and wagon will call. (181785
ELECTRIC vigratory treatment, alcohol
rubbing, magnetic massage; new parlor;
lady operator. Room 2, 1703 Dodge St.
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association rooms, 1518
Farnam St., where they will be directed
to suitable boarding places or otherwise
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hsDd. 1818 Farnam.
KT A HIS! H.,,TIf!treatmer-t n1 bath. Mme.
U-aUri:jA1-Smlth. 118 N. 15th. 2d floor.
. 418) 27
LIEBEN, costumer. 1410 Howard. Open Eve.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co., Omaha. - (18) 844
IIEAL ESTATE DEALERS
REED ABSTRACT CO., Eat. 1856; prompt
service; gel our prices. 1710 Farnam St.
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. Y. Life.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRIT8T CO.,
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, President.
GEORGE & CO..
1601 Farnam. Tel. Douglas 756.
BENJAMIN R. E. Co., 477 Brandels Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
12 PER CENT Income. 1! new modern brick
flats close In. 149x170; $22,."iOO. half cash.
Patterson, Omaha. (19) M5uS F9
AN eastern owner has two houses In Hans
com Place rented for $70 a month; every
thing modivn; paved street; east front;
will sell at a bargain; ono block north of
Room 1, New York Life Building.
IF YOU HAVE
City property, farms ranch lands or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect a
sale. W. W. Mitchell, 332 Board of Trade
LIST your property with Chris Bover, 2-:d
and Cuming Sts (19)
FARM AND RANCH I.ASU FOR SAI.B
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver-Gieeley district, under Irrigation;
sugar beets, alfalfa, general farming and
fruit raising; low price, easy payments.
National Investment Co., 683 Uiandrl.i
Bldg., Omaha, id. Douglas 0091.
COLORADO FARM LAND.
Good farm land from $5 an acre up; pro
duces big crops every year; one crop
often pays for land, while land doubles
In value. Most healthful state In the
union. Irrigated land at 25 per cent of lis
actual value. Com.) with us next excur
sion. NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO..
682 Brandels Bldg., Omah. Neb.
(20) MISS 11
TEN THOUSAND ACRES of choice Csna
I dlan land at 110 an acre; one-half cash.
balance income propertv; full rr"cular
riven on application. Fremont 8 Gibson,
Mason City. la. (20i-M442 13x
FINE RANCH FOR PALE.
J,(V acre of Montana wheat land. fO
acrea In cultivation, good water rluht
nil an excellent opportunity for a ood
far.er: Ihreshine machine, lam plows
and other machinery to go with the
reneh. Price. $15 an acre; one-half cash,
the balance 6 yeara st ( per rent. Se
curity Slate Bank, Havre. Mont.
FARM AMI HAM It I.AM1 FOR ALU.
FOn SALE A good gar.len farm shout
4 miles ch st if Council Hltiff potoffl-e;
inn rock, no gumho; no overflow. Level
rosd to city small pavment down; long
time on tho halsnce. Harry A. fettles.
1516 N. 3lh St.. Omaha. (20 M4S 11
BARGAINS In North Dickinson County,
Kansas, lands. Send for list today. E.
Fackler. Manchester, Kan.
(.0)-MTT3 Feb. ix
Great North Platte
We have 16 of these 40-acre fnrma ranging
In price from $40 per aero up to $00 and $i0
per acre. These are all
SUGAtt BEET LANDS
and will produce from $75 to $109 per acre
to the farmer who properly cultivates the
A 40-acre sugar beet farm will pay the
owner 4 to 6 times ss mucn nei money in
a year as any man can earn at a trade ln
the city, no matter what his trade may be.
SOLD ON EASY TERMS
It's easy to buy ono of these farms. The
terms are: One-fifth cash, balance one to
ten years at 6 per cent.
For exainole. 40 acres at $50 per acre
equals $2.(w; first payment, one-fifth or
; DaianLC, xiuo or more a year wun in-
W H AT IS LAND WORTH THAT WILL
PRODUCE $100 A YEAR IN BEETS?
or any other crop? You can hire every
particle of th work done for from $30 to
$40 per acre. Call it $10. Suppose the crop
only turns out 16 tons to the acre; It sells
at to a ton, bringing you $M for your crop;
less labor cost $t0, leaves 110 net per acre.
One of the best and well-to-do German
farmers from Wayne county, Nebraska,
told a party of men In our last excursion
that land that would produce $40 per acre
net was worth from $4iD to $5o0 per acre,
and ln his Judgment would sell for that ln
a few years.
Our Irrigated land will do It. Why not
get some of It? ,
We prefer to sell in small farms, but you
may buy what you wish.
JOIN US ON OUR Nl'JXT EXCURSION.
leAving Omaha January 12 at 4:10 p. m.
Total cost of trip only $15. Money refunded
if you buy.
Wage earners, machinists and all me
chanics, why not save up something for a
rainy day? You know It Is almost Impos
sible to do It working for wages. Uet on to
a piece ol'land and In a few years you will
have a home that will support you, not one
for you to support.
GO WITH US. Where? To the Keystone
GO WITH US. When? Next Tuesday,
4:10 p. m.
GO WITH US. How? Cost Is only $15;
money refunded If you buy; we return you
to Omaha Thursday morning.
Keystone is on the new main line of the
Union Pacific; it Is easily accessible. Buy
now before pricea double. There Is no
better place In America today to get ln "on
the ground floor" on a land purchase.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
General Land Merchants,
Room 5, New York Life Building, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and Ranch Land.
Farm for Rent
240 acres of slightly rolling land,
with good improvements.
Good soil and good water; ten
miles from town. Want to
rent to right parties. There
is 200 acres of plow land.
Kindly give references.
R S. Dickinson,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 13'i0 Farnam 8'.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.. N. Life.
Private money; $500 to $5,000; lor rate.
PRIVATE MONEY-NC DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1 New York Life Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 21H First Nat'! Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglaa 2318. (23) 735
$500 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keffe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2152. (221-864
Alwavs on hand and for sale Id
amounts from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. V. Life Bldg.
(S2) M570 11
CHOICE LOANS ON IMPROVED OMAHA
PROPERTY OR FARMS; low rate, no
delay. 1. Slbbernsen, Old Boston Store Rd.
PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood,
616 Brandels Bldg. (22) 8.3
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Paxton block.
$lf TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Weari,
Wead Bldg , lith snd Farnam. (2) 881
MONEY TO BUILD.
$500 to $3,Mi() st current rates.
W. II. THOMAS. i4 First Nat l Bank Bid.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
22 -sr. J
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT to purchase modern house near
Wst Farnam; injst be reasonable In
price and In perfect condition. Only own-
1 i r vkvltiv full ..a..:...
cri uccu .. m - ...... u
. J , . .1 farm W,. ,91.
AOUIWI i - ' - V
WANTE1V At once, moderate sized nous
In gx.d locality; must b 'heap for taa.i.
No agents or resl estst di-alt-rs need
leply. Address H $21. care Bee.
U1G1IKHT pricea for seoondliand furniture,
carpels, clothe and shoes. Tel. Doug. 3911.
WANTED TO BUY
RIGHT price pld for secondhand furniture,
csrpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
WANTED--AI1 kinds of M-hund furniture,
will psy highest price. J. Levlne. IsM N.
lth. Phone Douglas 771. ( M350
YOUNG man desire place to work for
board while attending school. Boylea Col
lege. Both 'phones. (-" S7
FIRST CI.AS8 washing and Ironing.
'Phones Web. 2831 and B awl.
SITUATION Wsnted-Young married man
of 35 desires position on the road with
substantial firm on salary and commis
sion; am salesman of highest class and
desire connection only with a firm whera
rare ability w!ll b well rewarded. Ad
dress Lock Box 554, Glenwood, la.
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs;
Thermostats and other heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
heating. Omaha Stove Hcialr Works,
206-ia Douglaa St. 'Phones; Ind. A-3J1;
Hell Dotirla-9ir WW
Offlc of Le-UIn-Androen Hardware
Company, Omaha, Nebraska, Dcembi
12, 19 Nolle is hereby given to lb stock
holder of th Lee-Ula-Andreaen Hard,
war Company that tho annual inttng ul
th stockholder of tho company will b
held at the offices of th said company,
comer of Ninth and Harney streets, in to
city of Omaha, in th atat of Nebraska,
on Tuesday, January 12. A. D., lout, at i
o'clock p. m., for th purpose of electing
a board of director for th company to
serve during tne ensuing year, and to
transact such other business as may b
preaentad at such meeting. Attest: W. M.
Glass, secretary; H. J. Le. president.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
The South Cmaha and Western Railroad
Company, for the election of seven directors
and the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting, will be
held at the office of A. L. Mohler, corner
of Ninth and Farnam atreets, Omaha.
Nebraska, on Wednesday, the thirteenth
day of January, A. 1). l!T9, at 11 o'clock
a. m. T. M. ORR, Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTICH
Is hereby given that the annus! meeting
of the stockholders of The Hee Building
company will be held at 4 o'clock p. m.
Tuesday, January 19, 19x0. at the office
of said company In The Bee building,
Omaha, for the election of a board of di
rectors for the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business as muy prop
erly come before such meeting. H. A.
HASKELL, Secretary. JRdAsHl
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska, Jon. !. 1900. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received
here and by nuartermtster nt the post
named herein, until 10 o. ni., central stand
ard time. Jar. 1'5. 1909, for furnlshlni?
Anthracite Coal during the remainder of
tho fiscal year ending June 30, 1HH9, ut fort
Riley, Kansas. Proposals for delivery at
other places will not be entertained, t'nited
States reserves tho right to rej- ct or accept
any or all propcsnls or any part thereof
Information furnished on application here,
or to quartermaster at the station named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Fuel," nnd ad
dressed to Major D. E. MCCARTHY. C. y.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
William 8imon and wife to Richard
W. Sinvn, r70 feet of w40 feet of
lot 2. block IT, Lowe's arid $
Edward C. Garvin to Jacob Baler, wlS
feet of lot 12 and e27 feet of lot 12.
Margaret A. Stephens and husband to
George W. Douglas and Bernlce A.
Douglas, eifc lot 4 and wl lot 4.
block 6. Bolvedore
Isadorr C. S'arrf-tt to John Btohl, lot
13. block 133. South Omaha
Alfred R. Phelps and wife to James
K. Almy, lot 6, block 6, Patrick's
J. A. McLaughlin and wife to John
B. Ruth, t117 feet of lots 1 and 2,
block 8. Hanscom Place
E. S. Weatherly and wife to J. A.
ElMe D. and Alexander C. Troup to
J. P. Kehoe. tl6. fret of lot 15.
block 6, Bedford Place
Anna M. J. Smiley to A. B. Roberts,
lots 28 and 29, Niels' add
Total amount of transfers.
Weekly sailing Montreal-Quebec to Liv
erpool. Two days on the Majestic tt.
Lawrence and only four days at sea.
Write for summer sailing lists nn.1
C. B. Benjamin, O. A..
839 8. Clark St. Chicago, 111.
NO APPOINTMENTS THIS MONTH
Soath Dakota Office Keekers Will
ira. to Walt for
PIERRE. S. D., Jan. 19. (Special.) The
applicants who desire places under the
state administration will have to possess
their souls with patience. The governor
will not make any move In thai direction
before about the first of next month at
the earliest. This regardless of whst may
be done In the way of recommendations. If
any are made. The patronage bureau has
all scsttered without getting together on
any proposition, and probably will leave
the matter open for seversl days before
making any further attempt to get to.
gether. They tried as a list resort the
proposition of "snitching" on some of the
places, but did not meet with hearty co
operation on the part of those whom they
asked to do the switching, and were no
nesrer a solution after that trial than they
were at the beginning of the game. But
whatever Is done there will be no appoint
ments for at least three weeks and per
The flist attempt at economy on any
extended scale came In the move of.Ams
den In the senate, who wsnted to get the
general appropriation bill through st sn
early date, so that the members could do
a little "figgciln" as to what would be left
out of the estimated stato revenues on
which to make special appropriations. In
this he wss given a little fatherly advice,
and commended for his motive In the sc
tlon, but at (he end had the satisfaction
of seeing his resolution referred to the
rules committee, the principal duly of
which Is to administer the proper anaes
thetic to any bill which gets into their
hands, to sssure It a long rest bf fore it
sees the light of day snotlier time.
In the senate a bill by Arneson attempts
to extend the limits of the primary elec
tion law by adding the s lection of the
members of the state party committee to
the list to be so selected.
laiple Heuiedy for s.a una).
Racking la grippe roughs Hist may do
velop Into pneumonia over night ate
ouhkly cured b Foley's Honey and Tr.
The sore snd Inflamed lungs are healed
and strengthened, snd a dangerous condi
tion Is quickly averted. Tak only Foley's
Honey and Tar In (he yellow packages.
For sale by all druggists.
Telephone Franrhlse at II roa.
1II RON. S. D.. Jin. 10.-(Speclsl.) At a
meeting of the city council an ordinance
was unanimously passed granting a fran
chise to F. II. Kent, C. F. Kocpp. William
Walbel, S. P. Malone, J. R. Hlnman, J.
W. Campbell and Charles E. Bryant lu
erect pole and maintain talaphoM sir
tcm In Huron,
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