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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEj WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1909.
Want - ads
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anlamae will aw taaa vattl Sim.
he vaalaar adltlaai aad aattl a.
far taa I a u4 taadar '
Cask aaaet aaeaasaaar
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fc accepted far Uaa taaa 10 acala
Ratea a pair alikar Tka Dallr
Always eownt al wards ta a llaa.
Comklaatlaaa af laltlala ar aaaeaera
ttiil aa aaa ward.
rAIR RATES FOR WAIT ADJ.
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Insertlaa, wax llaa. lO caata. Twa ar
snare) roaarcaflTa laaartloaa, par llaa,
. ernim. Back laaartlaa aaa
trt, lO ccata aar llaa. $1.80 acr
llaa aar months excepting tkat
FURNISHED ROOM ADS.
: saraea aeeaemaaaled fcr eaaa, tka rata
will kat Oaa laaartlaa, 4 rrata par
llnei tkraa ar six ewasecntlva laeer
' tlons, S caata par ltaa rack laaartloai
; acrea ar nsara caaaaeatlva laaartloaa,
,8 crate par llaa aaek laaertloni BO
caata par llaa par aaoata.
Want aaa far Tka Baa mar
at aar of tka fellowlac irif etorea
na la roar "coraar draaalat" tfcer
are all kraaek affleaa for Tka Baa and
' yon ad will ka Inserted Jost aa
promptly aad oa tka aame rataa aa at
tka mala offlee la Tka Baa Botldlaff,
Seventeenth aad Faraam atreatai
Albath, W. C, 40th and Farnam.
Reranek, 8. A.. 1403 8. lath Ml.
Brclil Pharmacy. 720 8. Mth 8t.
Benson Pharmacy, Hanson, Neb.
Brmia Park Pharmacy, 33d and Cuming.
Blake's Pharmacy, 25 8h,rmn Ave.
Coiighlln, C K.. 6tli and Pierce Bis.
Clifton Hill Pharmacy, 2211 Military Ave.
Conte. J. II, list Avf. and Farnam 8t.
Cilcsey Pharmacy, 34 th and Iake Bla.
Ormak. Emil, 12O4-0 B. 1.1th St.
F.hlers. B. i. itt Leavenworth St.
Filter A Arnoldl, 218 N 26th 8t.
Fieyiag. Juliti J , 1914 N. 24th St.
t loience Lrug Co.. Florence, Neb.
Goldman Pharmacy. 110th and Lake Sta.
Gieenough, U. A., 1824 8. 10th 8U
Gieenough. U A.. 1(84 8. 10th 8t.
Hay den, William C, 2820 Farnam St.
Hanscct.i Park Pharmacy. 1401 8. th St.
Hoist. John, 624 N. 161 h 31.
Huff, A. L., I!4 Leavenworth St.
King. R. 8.. 2338 Farnam St.
Kounlic place Pharma.-y, 201 N. 24ih St.
l.alnrop, Charles ., 1324 N. :4lh St.
lalrick Drug Co.. 1802 N. 24th Bt.
Pevton. 1.. K.. S4th and Leavenworth Sta.
Saratoga Drug Co.. a4th St. and Ames
S. haefer's Cut Price Drug- Co., 16th and
Chi. ago SIS.
R.haefer, August. 2031 N. lfith St.
Hi-hmlili. J. U . ?4th ar.d Cuming Sts.
Wuliiut Hill Phurmacy. 40th and Cuming
Walton Pharmacy, JOth anj Grace Sta
Wor.h, O. H.. 40th and Hamilton Sts.
BIRTH AI PBlTHSi
The vital slatistlcs record for the day
contains tho following births anil rteatns:
Klith-N. A. Quiston, 4613 Lafayette ave
nue, gin; Robert i.awson, SA Rees street,
lrl. John Karron. Omaha Jniral hoBpltd.!,
Mei. .Iiilinsoti. IJtfl North Twenty-sev-
er.th avenue, alrl: O. U. Gewinner. a7
Sniith 'llurteenth street, hoy; John Mlaea,
3ft". 1 Hnjtli Tlilrty-first atreot, girl; Hari-y
Snenaril. 4 1 0:t North Twenty-elRlit h avenue,
! ; Kicd Hhuchman, 3-S6J Walnut street.
Deaths Kuth HornbergiT, Omaha General
ho.pllal. 7 months; Peter Neloen. 4211 Pierce
atrwt, h2; John Radovlrh, IWi tjouth Thlr-
Uenth street, 87.
Pormlts to wed have been issued to the
Namn and RAtildenre. Ago.
Anthony Kemper. Omaha
Maud M. Jones. Omaha 1X1
d L. Karnham, St. Paul .11
Hazel K. Wilson, St. Paul a
filGN 1'AINT1NG-S. II. Cole, 11)02 Douglas.
lf.lt Fain.iu St.
Stoddard Dayton jouring car, 11,200.
Keo touring cai, Vwo.
jrteo loui.ug car, iJXfc
Keo iouung .ar, HoO.
Ford, model N. .
Ford, model K, ooO.
Kora. S luadslei, almost new, JtiVr
Fold it. '
Buick Kunabout. almo&t new, Vu.
Bulca louring tar.
Several Duryea. ije.
Iiagon Touring var. . j'.'.
averly Electric, iooj uu.
All the alKo rum,h,i1.o.i in good sbapa.
Write for full description,
(".ate agents Stoddard Dayton and Ford
iai. the hest auiomobha values In the
S'oddaid l'Jjion. $1,500. $2,000, $200. The
ensationul For J SS50 touring car.
Good Iivh agents wanted.
'Open -mil . Insed cars for rent day or night.
Special attention given to theater partlea
Telephone Douglas 363.
FIGHT second hand Rambler automobiles
st your own prices. Rambler Auto Co.,
2"I4 Farnam St. (2) 824 FeblB
fROFIT ABLE positions open In the au
tomohil field; technical Instructions on
bnih steam and gas engines; students
raid for repair work. Address Omaha
School of Automobile Engineering. 2418
Leavenworth St. Midi
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
JFOR SALE or exchange, new stock of
general merchandise, with building worth
$6,510, in good live town; will trade for
improved farm or land. Wm. O'Connor,
Harrlsburg, 8. L. ' (S M4&3 22
p-ACRE. 'highly improved fruit and poul
try farm 3H miles from postofflce. Coun
cil Bluffs, la.; a-room house, large barn,
6 chicken houses and yards, water sys
tem and sewerage, & acrea fruit, good
roads; $20 par acre; mtg . $3 4(0; ex
change equity for Improved farm In
lowa. Neb. or Mo., or atock of groceries
and building. Alex Smith, Council Bluffs,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
t want a modern home tn west part of
Omaha and will exchange my 640 acrea
fine western Nebraska landequity $7,000
for aaraa. Give description and location
in reply. Address O 472, care Bee.
t , (3)-180 11
ffO GET IN or out of business call on
. GANGESTAD. Room 40S. Bea Bldg.
yOR SALE Paying water gaa plant; 31$
customers; towa of $.000; can double out
put In 1$ months. Reason, 111 health. Price
A5O.000; half caah, balance time or good
land. Address X 107, cars Bee.
J5r1TABLISHEX tncorporat ad prlnttng plant
will anlarga; wanta crackerjack aollcltor.
preaaman, compositor ; ech must take
$500 or mora stock. Address V 473, Bee.
TO TAILORS A first class business for
sale at a bargain; no good will; best lo
cation in tba city; owner Is sick and go
ing on a ranch and must sell; about $l.ooo
Edward Cope, 1024 Main St.. Boise. Idaho.
VOR SALE Only hotel in town; good bus
ness. gocd condition, rooms; newly
papered well furnished; new stoves,
building, lots, furniture and business for
$.'.(; sickness. J. E. Fate, Firth, Neb.
(4) M1M 2?x
THE Kentucky Brook distillery at Loula
villa, Ky., has a good money making
propoetiton te an agsnt who Is now selling
for a wholesale house, to sell straight
whisky to the retail trade direct from
the distillery. Address J XV. Flood ft
Co- diaUilers. Loutsvills, Kv
' IO-M810 a
NQNCORROKITE INK TJaa In all kloda f
panai will not Inlura pen: Quan nr p""-
pald; aamote wacutd. Lock. fk
aaa City,. Ma t4) MK3 ICx
Ck PTTAT. VTTHN IWH MI).
Inituirtiial. maniiaturlng, rrrlnlng, oft. ga
and railway stok and Bona maue
direct to Investor; eommlaslon baMe.
Bamiiel Omham fo.. Helling Rrokere,
4.1 Sacrament St, Montreal, Canada.
Ft)R SALE Half Interest In steam laun
dry, doing good business; reason ior
Ir.g. poor health. F. Bowden, Fremont,
Net.. 4)-Ml tlx
DRUG stores for sale. Knlest. N. T. LKa.
WANTED To know of a good location for
an up-to-date jewelry store, eastern ieo.
preferred. Box 11, Pierce, Neb.
4) M1B7 SO
DR. ROT, R. 2, IH Farnam St. Doug Mil.
DAVID COLE creamery Co.
CHINA decorating; order work a specialty.
I-essons- Tuesday, Tnursasy ana omiur
dsv. Firing daily. Leather craft, stains,
leather and designs. Mrs. C. C. Hungate.
S94 Brandels Bldg. Tel. Red 1488.
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy. Tel. Doug. 4220.
McDowell DressmaJtlng school. 123 Farnam.
EXPERIENCED dressmsker sewing In
. families by day; good work guaranteed.
Tel. Web. 19. (5)-720 F12x
BAILET ft MACH. 3d floor Taxton. D. 15.
PERCIVAU Jd floor Rarker block. Tel.
Doug. 11(W. Perfect dentistry at ressnn
able prices. (6) 7M FISx
THE MIDWINTER TERM OF
Everv day Is enrollment day. Enter any
time for complete, thorough Instruction In
Snorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping and
Telegraphy. Catalogues are free. H. B.
Bovles, president, Omaha.
Official Training School for Telegra
phers for U. P. K. R. Telegraph Dept.
TO L O A N-L O W
RATE, in sums to
suit. 310 Bee Kldg
'Phone DouKlaa UM.
UNION LOAN COMFANK.
IF YOI R INCOME from invested funds is
less than 11' per cent, jour money is not
working air the- time. If Interested in an
Increased Income address Lock Box lift.
Omaha, for Information regarding stork
for sale In an eastern nianiifjemr.n 101-
cern established In 188; limited amount
only available. 5 M2"2 22x
HESS & SWOBODA, 1415 Farnam St.
Zj. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. D. 1263,
J. H. BATH. 123 Harney. Tel DougT 8000,
DODGE HOTEL, 13th and Dodge, best for
Its class in the city; good restaurant In
connection. (6) 4G5 FS
Moving and Storing.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co., office 214
p.. ism hi., warenouse zai-9 iiard St.
JOHNSON IN8., 411 N. Y. t Tel. D. 1601
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolas, 608 N. Y. L. Bldg.
CAMPBELL ft DILLON, practical clumh.
era: special attention given to repair
work. Tel. Doug. 4042; Independent, A-l.liJ.
toj M408 F
gates. Skatters. Etc.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works makes
specialty of tire escapes, shutters, doors
.ma sates, u. aoarno, nop., Wi B. loth.
Shorthand Reporter aad Itotary.
F. J. SUTCUFFE Depositions,
Bldg. Tel. Louglas 1906.
SHOES repaired right, called for and de
livered ires, bianaara snoe Repair Co.
, 1.- .. .... o. 'I' 1 V , . i - -
tOil C(MIII Art. iWUIIHB tltOI.
HULSE ft RIEPEN, successors to Harry
a. .uavia, iiw bo. uia 6i. juotn p nones.
(6 J K7 Feb3
1310 HOWARD 8T.t Missouri filter; 15 days'
vriBl, !3J 5S
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Clerical and Offlc.
WANTED Experienced clerk for candy
dept. Apply tsranueis canny uept.
BANK CLERK. $12; exoi ricr.ced stenogra
pher, $75: billing clerk, $; good dry goods
clerk. National Ref. Surety Ass'n. 645
Brandels Bldg. (7) M205 2fx
Factory aad Trades.
WANTED Experienced bindery girls. Ap-
ply between 10andUa.ro. Omaha Print
lng Co.. si farnam.
Hoasekeepers aad Dosaestlca.
WANTED Girl for general housework
must be goi d cook; city references re
quired. .Mrs. m. stun, Howard 8t
WANTED A girl for general housework
must know how .to cook. 1046 8. 29th St
171 M146 20
WANTED Girl for general housework
good wages, diu ;ist Bt. (7 M16e 21
GIRL wanted at once, must be steady, re
liable, plain cook and agreeable to chll
dren, city references required. 1521 Brls
toi. w eoster S414. t7) M167 25
W'ANTEI Good girl for reneral house
work; references required. Tel. Harney
U6K1. 4922 Chicago St. (7) M2U8 2g
GOOI girl for general housework; small
ramuy. uu no. -vin Ave. t,) Mai Zi
WANTED A neat chambermaid. Th
Creche, 1834 Harney Bt. (7) M173 21 1
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Solicitors aad galessaea.
NEW FIELD; 20 per cent profit; exciting
business; sell at every home. Mr.
Bleckner mad $161 In two days; never
falls below $JO a day. No deposit re
quired. Write for county territory. Firo
Appliance Hales Co., Toledo. O.
Clerical aad OIBee.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper. $85; experi
enced stenographer. $sn; shipping clerk,
$70; office clerk. $50. National Ref. A
Surety Ass'n, tH5 Brandels Bldg.
YOUNG man as bookkeeper In wholesale
house: must ba rapid and accurate; state
age. experience and salary desired Ad
dress B i-t. car Bea. (V;-M77t 21 1
BEE than in
HELP WANTED MALE
Clerical and Off Ice Coat Inoed.
STENOGRAPHERS and bkprs . 40-5S.
retail clerks, different lines. $40-1,5.
1 atenog -apher, f.o to start. $1"0 later.
I office clerk. $40.
collector and solicitor. $.".
shipping clerk, Bohemian, $40.
If you arc not satisfied with your present
position enlist our confidential service to!
sevMira vou a better one.
WB2STE1RN" REF. A BOND ASSN.. INC.,
,21-7& N. V. Life Bldg.
DRI G CLERK'S position. Knlest. N. Y.
ARE YOU Qualified to hold any of the
following? If so, see us AT ONCE.
Bookkeeper and stenographer for real es-
ta4 firm, $ti0, $.
Stenographer, wholesale honse, 0.
Bookkeeper and stenographer, with some
xperlence, $46, $f0.
Young man experienced In writing ireignt
Bookkeeper, experienced In implements.
Yooung man for office, $30, $35.
We have many others, call or write.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.
675-77 Brandeis Bldg.
Factory aad Trades.
DO YOIT WANT to become a competent
automobile operatcr? The Northwestern
Automobile and Gas Engine school can
put. you In this class. Better Investigate.
Omaha Commercial College Bldg., 19th
and Farnum. iso-MSnti
WANTED Young men in uU parts of the
country, a) to 40 years cm. ior sieam
railway firemen and brakeinen and elec
tric railway mutormen aud conductors,
to $U0 per moiith. No experience neces
sary. Write at once for full particulars,
stating position desired. National Rail
way Training Association, 963 Central
Bldg., Kansaa City, Mo. (9)-M61 30
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, rew
weeks completes; chairs constantly busy,
careful Instructors, tools given, diplomas
granted, wages Saturdays, positions watt
ing; wonderful demand for graduates
Write for catalogue, Moler Barber Col
lege, 110 8. 14th 8t t9)-M10g 21x
MEN and boys wanted. Learn plumbing,
bricklaying trades; tuition ; no extras;
position secured; free catalogue. Original
Coyne Trade School, 5177 Boston Ave.,
St. Louis. t9j M673 Feb. llx
ELECTRICIAN AND ENGINEER Second
plnce in town of B.00D, Nebraska; want
man capable of filling first place in a
short time. Address Y 203, care Omaha
Beo. (9)-M744 20
WANTED Men with references to Investi
gate a good business opportunity;
capital required; something new; no can
vassing. Apply at 1M1V4 Dodge St., Room
25, Del ween V a. ni. and 5 p. in.
FREE Employment Dept., Bu-dness Men's
Akin; no lees, call bJo is. x. .ue tting.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY: Able-bodied
unmarriejl men, between ages of 15 ana
35; citizens of United States, of good
character nnd temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Office',
13th & Douglas Sts., Omaha, Neb., or
Massachusetts Bldg.. Sioux City, la.
WANTED The name and services of a
reliable, able physician, middlo aged, good
appearance, registered In Nebraska, for
a clean, legitimate advertising genito
urinary practice. Salary basis or working
interest. Address with particulars as to
former careeer. Address Y 2oi, care Bee.
(9) M162 2lx
WHEN you write to advertisers, remem
ber that it takes but an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the fact that
you saw the ad in The Bee.
M ALU ANU FEMALE,
WANTED Educated men and women
capable of earning K.wo a year, Dy uoaa
Mead Co., to sell the new International
Encyclopedia. 610 N. 21st St., Omaha.
WANTED In every town and city, an
energetic man or woman to commence
work at orce: xperlence unnecessary.
Our high-grade specialty sells itself in
every home; big profits. Write today.
Lynns Supply Co., Savanna. III. (9i
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
Horses and Vehicles.
SECOND BIG HORSE AUCTION
of the year at E. W. Anspach's stables at
the stock yarns, pnuui irmana, i nurBaay
and Frldav. Jan. 21 and 22. Over 300 head
of horses of all classes will bo sold to the
highest bidder. The auction will be held
In our aew steam-heated sale pavilion.
Don't miss this auction. If you have a
horse to sell bring him with yoix
TWO nearly new rubber-tired buggies, and
harness. 2528 Patrick Ave. till M3 22
Cows, Birds. Dogs and rets.
FOR SALE Bengle hunting hound. 1
months old, wen trained; wen marnen:
clear voice. Write A. B. Parker. Iavld
Citv Neb. 11 M190 20x
LOST AND FOUND
For return or Information leading to re
covery of gold purse, lost Thursday, Jan
uary 14. either in Jean club. 1207 S. 10th
St.. or In Senator Millard s house. 24th
and Harney St., or somewhere between
these two houses. Purse is marked in
side: . (Mrs. Joseph M. Cudehy),
and contained two $5 bills, two silver dol
lars snd a gold stamp box. Purse is
valued on account of its associations, and
no questions will be asked of persons re
turning it or giving information which
will aid In locating it.
JOSEPH M. Cl'DAIIY,
Care Cudahy Packing Co..
LOST Ladles' pearl brooch, between Or
pheum theater and 19th and 1eavenwnrth.
Generous reward at Berg Clothing Co.
LOST Alligator bag at 14th and Douglas
Bta.; call Webater 3012; rewrd.
LOST Sunday noon, January 17. on Park
Ave., between Harney and Park, a lady s
silver open-fsced wstch; "A D. P." on
back. 'Phone Harney 2171. Reward. Re
turn Park Ave. 1121. (12-M2i7 21x
LOST Brown fur scarf. Saturday, in South
Omaha; reward. 1110 N. 25tl, South
Omaha. (12l M2i0 21x
BEST nerve brace for men. "Gray'e Nerve
Food Pills." $1 a box. postpaid. Ehermaa
At McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. (l$
FREE MEDICAL and surgical treatment
at Creighton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts.; special attention paid to
confinement caaes. all treatment super
vised by college professors. 'Phone Doug
las 1167. Calls answered day or night.
ANT poor girl In need of a friend eall or
write tn the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 1824 N. Kin
8t , Omaha. Neb (13j-Mj
will see your "ad" in The I
any other Nebraska paper j
MONEY TO LOAN
ALARY AMD CHATTELS.
MONEY loaned salaried people and orders
without security; essy payments, urrtces
In 06 Drlnclpal cities
New York 1 1 Bldg.
19 THERE some poor woman who is terror
ized Into nervous prostration by a loan
sh-rk? See us. Citiiens Protective kgo-
cianon, iiu xiaraer
$$$$$$$ YOU WANT MONEY t$f$8Mtt
$$ DON'T PAY HIGH RATES IWUI
$$$ SEE V8 FIRST. $$$44
$$ We loan you any amount on It
$S furniture, pianos, etc.; or. If you $t
ft have steady employment, on your $$
$$ plain note at the cheapest rates In $$
$$ the city. Open until 6.30 p. m. Phone $$
$t Douglas 2036. $!
$$ OMAHA FINANCIAL CO., i
$$$ R, 501 Brown Blk., tiiii
IIBMt Opp. Brandels' tStHU
mWItU lth St. Entrance. $$lUSt$
OFFERED FOR RENT
Boarding; and Booms.
CLOSE IN, nice large room, suitable for
two; references required. 114 8. 19th 8t.
Phone Red 4033. (li)-S14
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam.
THE BACHELORS, JOTH AND FARNAM.
FAMILY HOTEL. AMERICAN PLAN.
ROOM with board, 2411 Capitol Ave.
FURNISHED room and board; everything
new and strictly modern; first-class
neighborhood; at a reasonable price. 1823
Wirt St. U5i 813
MOST desirable location in city; rooms
warm and sunny with running water;
tabln excellent; everything strictly first
class. Tel. Harney 1212. 15 174 26
All parts of the city.
If you are looking for rooms
do not fall to get our list.
Costs you nothing.
P. O. NIELSON ft CO., RENTAL AGT9.,
ivj i. liiiu mag. t none uvug.
A NICELY furnished room at 2243 Howard
street. Phone. Doug. 6303. (15) 822 81
FURNISHED rooms, strictly modern,
plenty of hot water, 316 N. 19th St.
(15) M817 22x
ROOMS for gentlemen, by day, week or
month. The Chatham, 110 S. 13th 81.
117 8. 2Mh ST., nicely furnished suite, also
single rooms; modern; board If desired.
(15) M746 MX
COZY room, private family. 114 S. 26th
Ave. 'Phone Harney 3388. (15) M8I3 23
TWO furnished rooms, modern, private
family. 618 North 23d St. Tel. Dong. 6337.
(15) MUM 'lx
ELEGANT, strictly modern, large, newly
furnished front roim, with board If de
sired. In excellent neighborhood, con
venient to 2 car lines; private resi
dence; no children; references ex
changed; rates reasonable. 1H07 Wirt.
(lot M995 23
ONE large and one small room, sunny and
very pleasant. 2407 Capitol Ave.
FRONT ROOM, modern flat, hot water
heat, walking distance. 2407 Harney.
(15) M115 23x
FRONT room In newly furnished house;
no children; suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; privilege of bath and break
fast. Tel Webster 3216. (15) M109 23
LARGE, STEAM HEATED ROOM, reason
able, inquire Hamilton Cafe, 24th and
Farnam. (li M796 26x
Apartments and Flats.
MODERN 6-room steam heated apartment
on February 1 In the Dunsany. loth and
Pierce St. Conrad Young, 1618 Dodge St.
OUTSIDE RTEAM-HEATEn FLAT.
Six rooms, every room outside, hardwood,
modern, shades, gas range, hot water;
walking distance. Heated, $32; summer
raie, .o. itererences required.
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK.
THREE handsomely furnished rooms, 2568
Ppauldlng Bt. Tel. Web. 3)97.
SUITE of convenient rooms, everything
mouurn ana up-to-aate. .Offi California St.
(15) M701 lx
2. FURNISHED or not.
614 S. 22d St.
l va o nicely rurntsned rooms, gas range
ana nina, reasonaoie. sia s. iMh ?r.
WELL furnished rooms, reasonable to
right parly, zvjil Webster st.
i i'n j uniurnisnea rooms, zzitvfc farnam
Bt. (15) M123 23x
lioasea aad Cottages.
10- r., mod. choice, 2416 Sherman Ave., $28.
6-r., choice, mod.. 2Sjt Shermtn Ave., $18.
6-r., mod., W Corby, $16.
5-r., part mod., close, 120 8. 28th, $15.
R-r.. part mod., close. 1103 N. Ihth, $A
11- r.. part mod., 1151 N. 18th, $36.
5- r., city water, 24o5 8. 4th Ave., $10,
6- r., part mod., 2fc"2 pierce, $16.
4-r., city water. 'JM7 S. 8th, $8.
RUSSELL M KITIUCK CO.,
4.12 Ramgi Bldg.
15'.h and Harney Sts.
OMAHA Van and Storage Co. pack, move,
store. H. H. goods, storehouse lla)-24 N.
19th, office 16u9 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
MAGGARD VAN A STORAGE CO., Tel. D.
14i. We guarantee moving pianos. H. 11.
goods. (15) 120
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Expressmen's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. aw.
HOUSES Peters Trust Co.. N. Y. L. Bldg.
FOR RENT 9-room house, all modern.
614 N. 22d St. Low rent If taken soon.
Apply at $07 N. 19th St. (15 M740
T.inTTQlrT'S In all parta of tha 'city.
UUUDIiO Crelgh Sons aV Co., Bee Bldg
(-ROOM cottage. No. 1618 Pratt St., mod
ern except heat (JO. Tel. Douglas 636).
LIST your vacant houses with Walter
Breen Co.. N. Y. Life Bid. (15)-8ai
HOU8E8. flats. Garvin Broa., 16o4 Farnam.
7-ROOM. all modern house, gaa stove, gas
water heater, shades, furnace. 1612 Spruce
fit. The Chatham. II. 1. Plumb.
t-ROOM modern house. 2ins N. I7th. F D
WEAD. Wead Bike, 18th and Farnam.
HOUSES, insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
FOR RENT The new modern 7-room brick
residence at 2MB Dewey Ave.; hot water
heat, oak finish, shadea, etc.; rent. $40
Call or Tel. Red 4379. (16) 177
FOR RENT-Ft va room
IX Howard St
OFFERED FOR RENT
Hoases aad Cottages Coatlaaed.
8-room, entirely modern house, corner, only
block from car; parlor, dining room and
vestibule finished in oak; sitting room,
bed room, bath and kitchen; three good
bed rooms upstairs; good furnace; cellar,
cement walks; will paper down stairs for
good tenant; cheap at $30; will date rent
from Frbuary 1, If taken at once; don't
fall to see It.
8H1MER ft CHASE CO.,
l9 Farnam St. Doug. 3S67; A 3M2.
115) M1S8 20
FOR RENT 4 Bloa r.-Mjma. first floor, city
water, gas, toilet, $12.50 per month. G. M.
Buchmann, Agt. (16) 77
FOR RENT 4 rooms, city water, gas 1K3
N. ISth St. $10. Two, 3 rooms, lois Butt
C. M. BACHMANN,
436 Faxton Blk. Go) 8:1
FOR RENT 7-room modern house, on car
line. 2X0 Sherman Ave. Young, Web. 3743.
, tin) M210 22
DESK ROOM for rent In an office located
on the busy corner of 24th and N Sts.,
Bouth Omaha. Call at Boe office. S. O.
branch. 24th and N. Sts. New address.
CAN furnish store room In good retail loca
tion. F. I). Wead, 1S01 Farnam St.
OFFERED FOR SALE
OMAHA Auction and Commission Co., 1611,
1613, 1615 Davenport St., will take your
furniture, stove, carpets or any other
merchandise, se'l it on commission and
get you the value of your goods. Don't
give your goods away to second-hand
dealers. Call Douglas 771; Ind., B-1541.
Wagon will call. (16)
TWO folding counter stools, mahogany
finish; been used a Short time and will
sell cheap. Call at Bea office, Omaha.
MONARCH typewriter, nearly new, for
sale cheap. Carl Ind. Tel. A-i9t5, or write
2305 Dewey Ave. (16) M420
B.- F. SW ANSON CO. OF
OMAHA SAVES YOU $25
TO $75 ON A
So different makes to select from at a
saving of 30 to 8u per cent of mfrs. pnees
HIS and upi, Slightly used and genuine re
built machines practically as guod aa new
for sale or rent, rent applied If bought.
Full guarantte. We ship unywhere on ap
proval for examination without a deposit.
Write tiduy rnr la.-ge bargain list, ana
receive our offer. H. '. Swanson Co. (Est.
1S04). 417 8. 15th St., Omaha. (16)-i5
FOR SALE An Underwood typewriter,
good as new, cheap. Inquire at 2036 N.
181 h. (It)) M187 22x
FOR SALE New end 2d-hand billiard and
Eool tables. Wo lead the woitd In cheap
ar fixtures; easy payments. Brunswick
Ualke Collendcr, 407 S. loth St.
FOR SALE-2-story brick building located
on Main St., Hebron, Neb. Bargain at
$7,500. For particulars write Wesley J.
Richards, Exeter, Neb. GO M802 27x
FOft SALE Cheap for cash, two 2-barrel
iron tanks for oil; C. O.. D or cash f. o.
b. ; good for drug store or painter. Address
Brown's Pharmacy, Nebraska Citv, Neb.
U6 M816 22
FOR BALE 3 good blllard tables cheap.
Inqule 29:$ West Q St., South Omaha.
We have on hand a number of these bar
rels which we will sell at 50c each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
press room. Bee Publishing Co. (16) 277
DRUG8 at cut prices; freight paid on all
$lo orders; catalogue free. Sherman A
McCunncll Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
SEND us your mail orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-Dillon
Drug Co., Omaha. ()) 83
SOME Suits, Overcoats, Pants. Shoes and
furniBhing goods, slightly shop worn ar.d
too poor to jell over our counters have
been moved on our third floor, where we
now offer them to country merchants,
peddlers or anyone else who is interested,
at less than one-half of former original
wholesale cost. Guarantee Clothing Co.,
1519-1521 Douglas St. (16) M9I6 23
THE OLD TRUSTY Incubators. For low
special prices, freight prepaid. 60 days
free trial. Write the Old Trusty Incu
bator Co., Clay Center. Neb. (16) M192
D. O. BARN ELL. Faxton Block. Tel. Red
PATENTS THAT PROTECT Three books
for Investors mailed on receipt of 6c post
age. R. S. and A. B. Lacey, rooms 29 31
laclfic Bldg., Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1M. 117) bJa
A HOME for womeii during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
ciiiiiwi care tor them. Mother Lee, 4oi
Bancroft tit. 'Phone Douglas 1D31.
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins., Ratnge Bldg.
HALL'S safes, new.
2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
JOHN CAN E is in towu. It will soon be
time to trim trees, trellises, grape vines.
Telephone Douglas 4049 or A-49.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits caatoff
clothing; in faU, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell at 134
N. lllh St.. for cost of collection to the
worthy poor. Call Phone Douglas 418
and wagon will call. (U) 785
MiWAflR Electric vibratory, 110 8
JVlAOOAUJ lhtn. Room 80S, fourtt
floor old Boston Stura.
YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association rooms, 1618
Farnam St.. where they will be directed
to suitable boarding places or otherwise
f A nKTIiTrTPtreatment and bath. Mme.
lUAUiMiiAAVjjnjj.h, 1U N. jjth. 2d floor.
L1EUEN, costumer. 1410 Howard. Open Eve.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mail; cut
prices, n a ror iret catalogue. Myers
Drug Co., Omaha.
VIAVI Science of Health cloth bound book
free upon application. Lectures for women
Thursday 2.30 p. m. 812 Brandeis Bldg
il) ti FU
GENTLEMAN of 4R wishes acquaintance
of nice lady over tx and not more than 40.
Amer at once fully. Address Y 713, car
or uea no; ail A) x
MEAL ESTATE DEALERS
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est. ISM; prompt
service, get our prices. 1710 Farnam Ht.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO..
(UAH E. WILLIAMSON, President.
CONRAD TOUNO Special cars given to
selling and renting property; 20 years
experience. U18 Dodga St. Tel. Douglas
PAYNE 1NV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Life.
GEORGE at CO..
1601 Farnam. Tel. Douglas 75.
BENJAMIN R. E. Co., 477 Brandels Bldg.
CITV PROPERTY FOR SALE.
MUST BE SOLD 8-room, modern house
with barn, near I-ake St. and 22rl. Easy
terms. F. D. Wead, Wead Blk.. 181 h ami
Farnam. (1!)-184 20
LIST vour property with Chrla Boyer, 2'Jd
and Cuming Bta (19) 51
City property, farms, ranch lands or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless 1 effect a
sals W. W. Mitchell, S32 Board of Trade
ONLY $1,700 For cottaga and corner ROih
and Charles St. F. D. Wead. 1801 Far
nam St. (19i-15 W
1109 SO. 21 ST.
This nearlv new 6-room house, all mod
ern, must be. sold this week, owner wants
$2,500, but wo believe an offer of $2,250 will
bei accepted. Terms if vou want.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,
First Floor N. Y. I Bldg. Tel. Doug. 17M.
2522-24 Burdotte St., two 5-room cottages
and 60 ft. lot. for $2,500; or will sell sepa
rately for $1,300 each.
2920-2-24 So. 18th St., three new 4-room
cottages, city water, gas, sewer and
toilet $4,800; or separately for $1,700 each,
on easy pavments.
V. R. HOMAN,
376 Board of Trade Bldg.
AN eastern owner has two houses In Hans
com Place rented for $70 a month; every
thing modarn; paved street; east front:
will sell at a bargain; one block north of
Room 1, New York Life Building.
CORNER lot. 11th and Dorca. mom for 4
houses, would sell on esy payments (o
party wanting to build. F. D. Wefld,
Wead Blk.. 18th and Farnam. (19) 183 20
Webster snd 38th Sts., Sfixl'HO feet, vacant,
$2,000. 110x160 feet, vacant. $4,000.
.1. II. DUMONT & SON,
Thone Doug. G50.
16j Farnam Pt.
i III)-M 154 21
12 PER CENT Income, 12 new modern brick
flats close In, 149x170; $.4,500, half cash.
Patterson. Omaha. (19) M0o6 F9
LIST your property with the Newell Realty
Co.. In the new location, 664 Brandeis
Bldg. Doug. 4512, A-3334. U9)-M748 F13
TWO 6-room houses for $3,000 on easy
terms, renting $;0 per year, with corner
lot, where you could erect one more
house, easy terms. F. D. Wead. Weld
Blk., 18th and Farnam. (19)-182 w
BARGAIN Ten-room house m Kountz.
Place; modern; $5,2o0. 1919 Spencer St.
(19i .MIP3 26X
FARM A.U HA.XIl LAND FOR SALE
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver-Greeley district, under Irrigation;
sugar beets, alfalfa, general farming and
fruit raising; low price, easy payments.
National Investment Co., 682 Brandels
Bide., Omaha, in. Douglas tki91.
COLORADO farm lands in all the agri
cultural districts in the state, and par
ticularly "The Denver Country," which
Includes the Platte and Poudre valleys.
$10 and lip per acre. The head of this
firm and Mr. Win. A. Higglns. Box 445,
Omaha. Neb., arc the men who started
the land buying campaign In Omaha and
western lowa. north and eoat of Denver
- under "The High Line." W rite for par
ticulars. JOSEPH POWELL CO.,
231-233 Coronado Bldg.,
BARGAINS in North Dickinson County,
Kansss, lands. Send for list today. E.
Fackler, Manchester, Kan.
(20) M373 Feb. 5x
FINE RANCH FOR PALE.
I.OOO acres of Montana wheat land, 600
acrea In cultivation, good water right
and an excellent opportunity for a good
farmer; threshing machine, gang plows
and other machinery to go with the
ranch. Price, $u an acre; one-half cash,
the balance 5 years at S per cent. Se
curity State Bank, Havre, Mont.
GREAT FALLS, MONT. For sale, 8,487
acres fine, level prairie land, 8 miles from
Great Falls, on new Burlington route to
the coast; all fenced and fair Improve
ments; 82 to 95 per cent good plow land;
good soil, first class wheat land. Price.
$8 per acre; 10 per cent cash. 40 per cent
November 1 and balance on time at 8 per
cent. Fine tract for colonization pur
poses and a great bargain. J. M. Gaunt
& Co., Great Falls, Mont.
(20)-M191 21 x
FOR SALE 1V acrea black land. Perkins
county. Neb.. $15 per acre. Write me care
Merchants Hotel, Omaha. Geo. w. Jack
son. (20) M 21 2 2x
FRUIT lands at old Fort Sumner, New
Mexico. In the great Pecos valley. Alti
tude 4.000 feet, delightful cllm.Ke, aplen
did soil, ditch built, abundanco water:
warrantee deed and anstrai-t of title of
water goes with land; on main linn trans
continental railroad afforolng heat of
market both east and west; prices right,
terms attractive; challenge comparison.
Write for particulars.
JOSEPH POWELL A CO.,
231-233 Coronado Bldg.,
OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME.
600.000 acres grazing lands; 60 per cent suit
able for agriculture.
In tracts to suit purchasers.
Address P. O. Box 945, San Antonio. Tex.
FOR SALE Nebraska and Kansas lsnd on
ten years' time. Andrew Miller. Frank
fort, Ind. (JOi- M194 2ix
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants. w.
Farnam Smith Co., 1820 Farnam Sr.
PATNE. BOSTWICK A CO. N. . Life.
Private money; $500 to $5,u00; low rate.
PRIVATE MONEY NC DELAY.
OARVIN BROS., ltKH FARNAM.
FIVE PEfc CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1 New York Life Bldg
$500 TO $6,000 on homes In Omsha. O'Keefe
Real F.state Co., luol N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2162 (22)-8t4
LOWEST RATES Bemis, Paxton block.
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Weed.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. (22) 1
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Room 218 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglas 2318. l3 73j
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CHOICE LOANS ON IMPROVED OMAHA
PROPERTY OR FAKM8; low rate,, no
delay. 1. Slbbernsen. old Boston "tors Pd.
MONET TO BUILD.
1500 to $JV00n at current rstea
W. H. THOMAS. 603 First Nat I Bank Rid.
WANTED City loans. Feters Trust Co
MONEY TO LOAN-Tayne Investment r
PRIVATE money to loan. J. It. Sherwond,
18Rrandels Bldg. (22) :
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED homo In West Farnam St. Dis
trict. Eight to nine rooms, all modern,
good condition, east or south front. Tele
phone 1ug.ia 3709. (23t- 1W 30
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED. TO BORROW
$8,000 on $Jl.(0 Investment In small htit
nignty improved rarm. Address Y 21L
rareOnialia. Moe. (24 M831 22x
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for seoondhrfnd furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. 1071.
RIGHT price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, ahoea. Tel. Red
WANTED All kinds of 2d-hand furniture;
will pay highest price. J. Levins. 04 N.
ltith. Phone Douglas 771. (26) M350
WANTED Jcond-hand book press. Com
municate with Charles E. Wllsey, Wood
bine. Ia. (361-M752 20x
HIGHEST price paid for scrap paper,
books and magazines. Omaha Scrap Pa
per Co., istli and Marcy Sts. Tel. D 159.
(25) M840 13
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED-3 or 4 nicely furnished rooms;
good locality; references furnished. Ad
dress 8 474. care Bea. (2b) 178 20x
W A NT ED T( ) R ENT- Brick store building
on 1,1th St. near William, or on 24th St
JVa.c,'Bkc: 'I1 and Prtc. Address
G 448. care Bre. (25)-M197 2Sx
WANTED-Room. breakfast and dinner tv.
one gentleman. In private fsmllv; give
price and location. Addros w 475 ee
YOUNG man desires place to work for
board while attending school. Boyles rvi
lege. Both 'phones. (7) 867
WANTED Position bv stationary engineer
eleven years' experience; good references
C. M. Ijcggett, 1513 Jones. (27) 175 20x
Sin ATION as a working housekeeper,
able to take charge; 110 objection to chil
dren. Address M 470, He". (J7l M309 2 x
FURNACE, steam and hot water repairs
Thermostats and other heat regulators;
new furnaces and hot water combination
heating. Omaha Stove Repair Works
1206-12O8 Douglas St. 'Phones: Ind. A-3n i:
Bell Douglar-M0. 561
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermnster, Fort Crook, Nebraska, De
cember 21, IDOS. Scaled pioposnls. In tripli
cate, will be received at this office until 11
o'clock a. m, January 21. 19(9, and th".i
opened, for constructing one brick stabl"
and one brick bakery, and for Installing
plumbing, steam heating, electric wiring an I
electric lighting fixtures In buildings speci
fied. Plans and specifications may be seen
by Intending bidders at the offices of th
chief quartermaster. Department of til'
Missouri, Omaha, Nebraska; Department of
the Colorado, Denver, Colorado; Departnvn
of the Lakea, Chicago, Illinois; Department
of Dakota. Ht. Paul, Minnesota, and st this
office. Necessary blank forms and full in
formation furnished upon application here.
A d posit of $10.00 to insure return Is re
quired before plans are sent upon Individual
application. The United States reserves th
right to reject any or all bids, or to aecep
any part of a bid that may be advantageous
to the government. Envelopes contatnInK
proposals must be endorsed "Proposals tor
Public. Buildings, Etc., Fort Crook. Ne
braska," and addressed to Captain Josep.i
F. Gohn, constructing quartermaster.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QLARTEP.
maMer, Leavenworth, Kansss. Jan. l'i,
IHO'.i Healed proposals In triplicate wl.l
be ncelved here until II a. m.. central
time. Feb. 15, 1909, and then opened for
the construction of a hand stand. Full
information and blank forms of proposals
furnlHhed on application to this office
Plans and specifications may be seen here,
also in office of chief quartermaster.
Omaha, and Master Builders' exchange.
Kansan Citv, Missouri. United States re
serves the right tn accept or reject any or
all proposals, or any parts thereof. En
velopes to be marked "Proposals for Band
Stand" and addressed to ('apt- Wm. D.
Davis. Quartermaster. J18-19-20-21-12-U
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY AND AR
tlllerv Horses Chief Quartermaster's Of
fice, (irnaha, Nebraska, January 19. 1909.--Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived at tliia office, until 12 o'clock m .
central standard time, February 17, 19C9.
and then opened. In the presence of attend
ing bidders, for Cavalrv Horses and H'
Artillery Horses; for delivery at Omahs.
Neh., or nrhrr prominent railroad points.
The animals to conform to specifications for
Cavalrv and Artillery horses. United State
reserves right to accept or reject any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Particulars
and blanks for proposals will be furnished
on application. Envelopes containing pro.
fosals to be Indorsed "Proposals for
ores." snd addressed to Major D. E. MC
CARTHY. Chief Quartermaster.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Carl C. Holllng and wife to Mary E.
Q11I1111, lot II. block 2, Crawfords
Clara T. Vain and husband to William
T. Vale, lot 10. block Z. Clirton till
George T. Norton and wife to Mary
GofHlall, lot 7, ,)iiock n. nriggs
The c. R Nash company to Robert
I). Shirley, lot 4. Ottawa Place l.flmi
Sam to same, tract north of lot 4,
Ottawa Place 1
Annie K. Cornhhth to Iiuis Corn-
blelh, s50 fcer lot 1. block 2141. and
other property. Oniahii I
Thomas J. o'Nell snd wife et at. to
oitn Piicmnlik and wire, lot 8,
block 1, Lipton Place
Edward Lalimr and wife to Barbara
l.atlner, lots 5 and 0, block l'f. South
Delia ('. Patrick and husband tn
Michael Sullivan and wife, lots 17,
18. 19. M, 21 and 22, block 8. Melrose
Catharina HochHirasser and husband
to Harriet A. Sharp, sV, lot 1, blink
William E. Worley and wife to Omaha
Heavy Hardware company, w40 feet
lot 4. block 4, Patrick s add ...
Ixiuls Berger and wife to Rosa Mar
ins. 't hit 13, block 1, Campbell's
Caroline L. Poppleton and William P.
i'oppleton, trustees. to Mary B.
Morsman, lot 6 and south 13 feet
lot a block 27. Pnpp eton Park
Martha M ImIi to George B. Darr,
lot 5, block inn, Omaha
Milton C. Peters and wife to Nelson
B. Cpdlk", part lots '.n snd 22. Hor-
bacirs 1st add
John Stevens to .Christina Thtelka.
lots 14 and 15. hloek 8. subdlv. of
block , Albright's Choice
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
lies of All Farm Papera.
Weekly sailing Montreal-Quebec to Liv
erpool. Two aays on the Majastte St.
Lawrence and only four days at aaa.
Write for aummer sailing halt mifl
Q. B. Baaluala. O.
133 B. Clark
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