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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1002.
SPECIAL NOTICES will fca takea aatll 12 at. far taa aveataar eeTtlaa aad aatll gfc aa. far aaaralasj aaa SanAar eaTtlaa. Ratee, 1 l-Se, a word flrat laaertlea, la a ward thereafter. Ralktac takaa far leae taaa fl far the tret lHr a. Theaa advertlaeaaeata aaaat he raa aaaeeeatlvclr. tkMk, caa have aaawara ta a naktrtl letter la vara f Taa Baa. aaawara aa Urm4 will dallra aa araaaataUaa, m M akMk aalr. I'OR SALE CIGARS. $50.00 IN GOLD. l Pya to buy your cigars of us. You may wek up some day and find yourself tha possessor of Fifty Dollur In (J old that we give away to our customers each nwnin. Butler & Miller. N. W. COR. 16TH AND FARNAM STS. las WAXTKD-JIALK HELP. WANTED Canvasser. Man familiar with book ana uewapaper worn preierreu. Must va aueuer. ApiJiy Atuotn M14 um uiug I a Jaw 16 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK. It yuu live In I Be cuuuiry or In a email town and have a kooU acquaintance among ute tanners and a toe a raisers 1 1 lie neisiiborhi'oa vou can make 10 easily iiy lour or live hours' worn. rite us and we will send uu our proposition. Ihe Bea Publishing Co.. Solicitors wi.. omana, rueo. omu "WANTED A good man in every county to take subscriptions lor The Twentieth Century farmer. Our agents make good wages everywhere. References required. Auuress, twentieth Century farmer, Omaha, Neb. B oJJ WANTED, two cooks for Wyoming west ern railway. Labor agency, 410 ti. 11th. U m;j WANTED, five well dressed, well educated solicitors to Co special work til connection with daily newspaper; liberal salary and commission; btlng references. Call lor F, C. Bunnell, room 107, Bea building, alter 9 o'clock, a. m. B 6u0 WANTED, string music team for saloon work. Adarea Fred Littleton, Sheridan, Y yo. B 271 HUSTLING deputies wanted; men r women; splendid contract. The garden ers. 415 Bee Bldg. B 276 WANTED, first-class Brltannlca and War ner library salesmen for Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana, North and South Dakota We pay traveling expenses and monthly advance. You call on inquiries only. Permanent and exclusive territory system V,-Aa.T!'f cA,rat.rlcV ,N.e.w,F?P.?r bhsoc B 293 Olti WANTFJL Boiler makera, 82.76 per day. ruin hours' work. Des Moines Mfg. & Supply Co., Des Moines, Iowa. B-M297 23 WANTED, men to learn the barber trade. Abundunce of practice, qualified teachers, superior facilities, graduating department, demonstrations, and all the advantages that can be offered until competent, with out waste of time. We present each Et'H'lMf with mmpletA niirrll of tools, allow wages and experience In ahops Sat urdays, and grant diplomas. As much experience in ehort time as elsewhere in years. Illustrated catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, 13r2 Douglas St. I. 8. Do not be humbugged by cheap live-cent shops called colleges. We were established in 1193 and have branches In New York. Chicago. St. Ixiuls. San Fran- I Cisco, New Orleans . and Minneapolis. I v rue us. jhjii m WANTED, middle aged man, preposseatng I appearance, with tarae aoaualntance. tteferencea. City Savings Bank, liith and uougiaa. b Msoa 28 WANTED Young man stenographer; give rererenere, -ae ami esfnecteo salary. Ad dress K 95, Bee. B M333 WANTED Good butcher; steady work. jonn w in. Merman, nen, 41 M.120 lAiijHB waniea. nix conimnaers at once; 1 iirsi-ciasa wora oniy. write or can on 11. Boyer. Sioux City. Iowa. B-M308 !4 EXTRA gang and yard foreman for city; laborers for Wyoming, Minnesota and Missouri; bridge carpenters fur Nebraska: dally shipment; free fare. Sweeney's employment, zvy anu &v a. izia street. B M334 WANTKD, experienced card Blgn writer; no other need apply. J. L. Brandeis a .Son, Boston Store. B 3ue 12 "WANTED, boy, between 17 sud 20, to take 'are of team and oftlce. Dr. Hobbs. -116 Sherman Ave. B M375 22 WANTED, tinner; steady place to right l. ...... i n . T. 1 II... I T .. CIHJUH VI f. VI. I1VIAC1, AU1U, I A. t AS Mist 4 22 WANTED Six additional saddlery and sad flier y hardware aaieamcn lor 1K03 fur western routes, by large hout.e with ex tenslve and handsome lines; only experi enced saddlery salesmen with established trade and with strictly nrst-claaa refer ences need apply. Address Box 671. Bur- I Hag ton, Iowa. B M4u U WANTED, traveling man who visits the large and small towns, to sell retailers a select assortment of dry goods for spring. on commission. Bryn Mawr Mills, I'hlla- oeiptiia, l a a toi WANTED, at once, alx tinners. Cole-Brels- ford Hardware Co., 41 n. Main at.. C oun cil Bluffs. B 654 23 WANTED, by a student. Place to work for room and board; beat of references. Ad- dress H 42, Bee. B 345 30 WANTED KKMAI.H HELP. 100 Glr'a Call Canadian office, 15tb & Dodge. C WANTED, good wages to a good cook; nono otner neea appiy. itarney. C M765 .NURSES' COLLEGE. Pueblo. Colo.; threa months course; diplomas; open (tctutter a. . , . . "c sib. , , 1 i.r, v m.o mr- WANTED, working housekeeper In family vt inree aauit. Aaurewa J it, ilea. C 481 rWANTED Houaekeepeer In family of threa AVANTED An experienced saleslady, one well posted In dry goods; good sulary fur right person. Addreas Gunther, Needham at Co., St. Edward, Neb. C M302 Z3 WANTEI One nurse to fill vacancy In training school under direction of a trained nurse: lectures regularly by lead ing physicians of Omaha. Child Saving institute, istn ana unto streets. C M359 22 WANTED, a competent second girl. Mrs. w . 11. nicvoru, iMi iass at. t s WANTED, cash girls and boys; must be 14 years Of a. a. J. L. Brandeis ac Sons. C 64 24 WANTED, eomnetent girl for general house. work. 118 N lath St. C 1x2 22 HOUSEKEEPER for smsll family of man and two children, half-grown; must be capable, good cook and neat, J. L. Thomas, Lgbrrt, Wye. C 182 19 WANTED A nurse girl. 13& N. 32d Ave. C 340 30 WANTED Girl for general housework. Drug store, 15th and Farnam, or to$ llaruey. Good salary. No children. C 338 20 Ol RENT alO lis Kb. HOUSES, stores. Bemls. Paxton block. D 190 TO MOVE rlgut get Omaha Van Storage Co.; office laUSa Farnam. or Taia. itoih u 1 ROOM modern, good repair, on 8. S2d ave nue. I'tiona to. u,.i I . , . IQPQ U parte at city. The O. IlUUOtJ jr. Davie Co.. fc liee Bldg.' 1 IKl BEE PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. for choice bousea. ol-l N. T. Life Bids. Tel 1016. D ID -ROOM modem detache4 aauaa. Iaaulra ii8 cspitoi ave. u AU4 FOR REXT-HOUEI, VANS and baggage wagons. . I Tel. UK. D-192 FOH lit" NT. a house, 3314 Francis street. $o.00. Omaha Realty Co.. 1301 Dougjae St. MAGOARD Vaa at Storage Co. Tel. lHft D Urt HOUSES and Oats. Rlngwalt, Harder blwa. D-1S7 8-ROOM modern, good repair, on So. 12d avenue. Phone R-3. D 777 FOR RENT Nlnr-room cottage; parquetry, bath, etc., east front. 1130 Georgia Ave. MODERN houses, $25.00. $20.00, 115 00; others $12.50, $10.i0. nats $10.00, $X00. U. E. Tur klngton, 605 Be. p Ml FOR RENT, Georgia ave. home, 8 rooms, like una grate In parlor, furnace, porce lain bHth. lull lot, paved street. 13". J. H. tiHtKWOUU, 937 N. Y. Life. D-204 FOR RENT 81S Sherman Ave., r. modern flat I 1.0 2M5 Dewey Ave., 4 r. all modern, walk ing diHtance 03 112 8. 2ith Ave., 6 r., city water 10.00 2"9 Bristol St., 8 r., city water and gas 16 00 $4o7 Jackson Bt., 7 r., all modem, nice lilace 00 2t) Burt St., 0 r., all modern, furnace, new house 22.50 PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY. Tel. 1761. Main Floor N. Y. L. Buldg. D i61 i- ROOM A -256. modern house, barn. 'Phoua D-j3 FOR RENT October 1, 7-room house, fur nished, 1626 Spencer. For particulars oall at 4758 N. 24th St. D 325 24 701 N. 24TH ST., South Omaha, a nice 6 room cottage. William K. Potter, Re culver, Blown Block. D 348 1614 OHIO St., 6-room cottage with barn and nice yard; half block from Sherman nve. car line. Wm. K. Potter, Receiver, fi Brown block. D 347 B1X-ROOM, two-story dwelling, corner 36th mid Davenport sts., two blocks from Farnam; all modern, furnaoe, etc., $20 per month. Wyman, Shriver & Co., ltHW New York Life bldg. D 363 20 OCTOBER 1, l-room hous. 1830 Cass; mod ern except furnace, $40. W. N. Nason, Hotel Farnam. D-3!ia OCT. 1st, 1041 Park ave., 9-ronm. modern house, 3o; Inquire 1039 Park ave. D 450 404 N. 23D ST.. 8-rooms, modern, 8.35. John N. Freoier, opp. old P. O. D-449 22 FOR RENT, Ifl-room, brick residence, everything modern. 520 N. l!th Street. Bronnan-Love Co., 80 So. 13th St. D 402 28 FOR RENT. 9-room modern house and h-irn I'm!) Hlnnev St.. 15. ft-room modern brick bouse. 361 N. 39th St S 'a. 10-room modern house and barn, 2210 Pop- 7-l-oom modern residence. 86C3 N. Wth St. pleton Ave., 826. t.mnn frame residence. 022 N. 18th St.. 115. 7-room frame residence, 320 Chicago St., 112. 309 South 13th St. D-401 28 LARGE brick residence at northwest cor ner of 2!Mh street ana L,eavenworin, wnn every modern convenience, to be rented to a good tenani ior ,10. nn ua nuou,. leasing. mync invr.initnv vmi'nnj. Main floor, N. Y. L, bldg. D-5i7 23 for prNT m-rnnm all modern house. close In. J. it. unerwoou, iui st. x. iyih BENT. October 1. eight-room bouse. mniinrn mi con vemencen. near iiikii school, aent moderate. inquire ai oui N. Y. Life building. w-o4i a ni; n.iv avenue. E-room flat. $9.00. 112 8. ruth ave., & roema, city water, $10.00. gtr, Jackson. 7 rooms, mooern, nt& Hurt. 8 rooms, modern. 8J2.60. 2216 Burt, 8 rooms, modern except fur- no 2017 lsard, e-room flat, modern except heat, n&.ou. n , PAYNE IN VISSTMbiNT LurarAn , Main rioor in. 1. t. "'"jgjj 23 FOR RENT. 10-room modern house and h.m zua MiHnflr m.. u. 9-room modern, house and barn. 1909 Blnney at . 125. ' 10-room modern nouse ana Darn, zziv i-op 1 rtieton Ave., sa. T-room house, city water 822 N. I8tn 91., BHKIxNAW-lXJV K tU., 309 So. 13th Bt. D 963 $0 FOR RENT KIRHISHED ROOMS. DEWEY European hotel, 13UJ and Farnam. 1 PER WEEK 422 S. 18th St., one block aouta 01 court nouae. av a I AETNA HOUSE, European, 18th and Dodge, E 200 TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished rooms. Zoo Davenport. m vsi ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chicago. I NICELY furnished, coot rooms; modern. 2011 Harney. Jfi 983 A SUITE of rooms, newly furnished and papered; ni attorn, moiuaiug leiepnone; SUItSDie ior cuupie, ur iwu ui mute intffii. 2816 Douglas. E M141 NICELY furnished rooms, single or en- aulte; ratea reaaonaDio. iuiuiana uoiet, 16th and Chicago. E 63 VIENNA HOTEL. 1011-14 Farnam st. JC &J4 Uf LARGE south alcove room, modern. 2580 Aiarney. Jfc in or 1. $ OB I rooms for light hcruaekMplng. I a. E 287 tt FRONT room, modern. $2 per week. 1717 Webster. jl aw u FINELY furnished rooms, also rooms for light housekeeping, inv uouge ai. FRONT ROOM, all modern, steam heat; gentlemen preierrea. zie i. t.in si. J mat w NEWLY furnished front room for 1 or $ gentlemen. 618 No. mtn. 21 LARGE aouth front room, newly furnished. modern, telephone, suitable ior two men. 2218 Douglas. E 371 LIGHT housekeeping, 2566 Douglas glaa. K-674 O20 FOR RENT, I rooms furnished or unfur nished at siu ctouin z.ui at- iv oji Fl'BNISBKD ROOMS AND BOARD. Merrlam, comfortable summer home. Tel. 86, ii FURNISHED rooms, with or without board; rates reaaouaoie. aaiuiano noiei, 16th and Chicago. F iMi FOR JIENT, desirable rooms. 112 80. 26th ISt. r CAPITOL hotel. 18th and Capitol ave.. one block from V. U. ; superior taoie, eiegaut location: $1.26 per day; spaciai rates by the week. i bm I j-pR RENT, furnished room with board ,or man and wife. Everything modern; charges moderate. Inquire li.18 Madison avenue. r 4J0 23 FOR BENT t FI RK1SHBD ROOMS. DESK room space, $6 per month: ground floor room in tne tie Duuaing. lacing Farnam street; no exr-enee fur light, beat or laultor service. It. e. reters t Co., rental agents, Bea building. G 11 TWO for light housekeeping. Inquire 1928 p. 2sin st. U 307 22 TO! . 1TTH. t rooma, newly papered and saodern, new plumbing $35.uO 524 S. 2uth. 8 rooms, modern 40. uo I 2.ja St. Mary's ave., 3 rooms, modern.. 30.00 4'j.'4 Davenport. 8 rooms, modern m.uo 11:14 8. 17th, 6 looms, city water..., lo.uw t.,17 Bpeinr, a rooms, city water U.uO I &i S 17th. t rooma lu.oo .14 lTnkuey, I rooma. city water law UAHilx stton., Cora l NaC Bank Bldg., Itui Farnam St. D 878 20 (JSTFOPAIHY. GID. B ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths. Sella ili. N. si. t. AAia tsiag. tel. ism. iro (1K8 Get ACS iva.iAN, (3$ Bee building Ttl. 28 8 FOR IlKM xioHl.S AMI OJ'KKKI. FOR RENT The building formerly occu pied by The bee at 91 Farnam st. It has four stories and a basement which was formerly used as The Bee pro. room. This will b rented very reasonably. If lnt rested apply at once to C. C. Rose water, secretary, room 100, Bea building. 1-261 CORNER 2Sth and Dodjje. cheap. Apply to Welshana' Mantel & Tile Co. lTJi FOR RENT Store In first-class location; rent reasonable. Applv R. C. Peters & Co., ground floor, Bee Bid. 1 2M AGENTS WASTED. WANTED Canvassing agents In every county to solicit subscriptions to TUB TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Steady employment, with assured good in come. Agtnts In the country with horse and buggy especially desired. Canvassers make easily trio to SUV per month. Ad dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau, Bee building, Omaha. 218 AGENTS To sell Royal pepsin Bitters. Big commissions: easy seller; samples free to responsible parlies. L. & A. ScharfT, 8t. Louis. J WAKTED-TO Bt'Y, WHEN traveling over the Mo. Pacific sys tem through Auburn, don t forget to stop at Nesl a up-to-date restaurant. Deep water tish; nest meals in the state for 2jc. W. M. Neal, prop.. Auburn, Neb. N-428 23 WANTED, to buy, 8-roorn modern house. convenient to 80. Omaha car line, north part of city. Address K 69, Bee. N-W0 WANTED To buy horse about 15 hands 3 inches, about l.iw lbs.; bay preterrea Add ress K K, Bee. N MfiTO 23 FOR BALE HORDE, WAGONS, ETC GOOD family horse. 1318 Farnam street. P 61 0-8 HARRY FROST palnta and repairs wagons. Bee him, 14th ana Leaven worth. Tel. 1'47. P203 FOR SALE, a rubber tired, two-seated newly painted open carriage; original cost $450. for sale at $15o; also small roan pony, perfectly sound and gentle, tor riding or driving, at $50. Inquire at stable of A. D. Brandeis. 528 8. 87th St. P 649 24 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. WHITE sawdust; season checked oak tim bers, cheap; hoe lence, etc. vol Douglas. y 204 NEW and econdhand typewriters. 1118 Farnam. Q 206 FOR SALE, phonographs; superior to any other musical instrument; 8a up. ins Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. U 206 INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam. LDHAND safe cheap. Delight, lilt Farnam. tj AM 100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher man & Mcconneil Drug Co., ittn ana Dodge, Omaha. Q 207 VIM puncture-proof tires, $4.96 and $7.00 per pair, omana Bicycle Co., imn ana cm cago Sts. Q 210 EDISON phonographs, $10, $20 and $30; moulded records, 60c each or $6 per dos. ; new wheels, $16 up; 2d hand, $5 up. Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago Sts. Q-2U L. 71. E. always ltuiry. Tel. 7su vi iiiU FOR gas fixtures see Sam'l Burns. Q 803 O 10 FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican nairiess aogs. Address v a, uee. Q-M917 CHOICE milch cows, 6 Shetland ponies. 8. T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone Black 1123. 213 013 SELLING out bicycles at greatly reduced prices. New wheels, $15 up. Edison phonographs, $10, $20 and $.10. Omaha Bicycle Co., Corner 18th & Chicago Sts. Q M868 FOR SALE, open carriage, hand made, only 8b; KocKaway, in excellent condition, just, painted, $225. Address 611, Brown block. I nlng 15 1 FIVE ner oent gold bonds, run years, gilt edge; $1,000 denomination. coupon, fL. is. Bee. u 448 FOR SALE. nw latest pattern Remington No. 6 typewriter, used one month, only $75 If taken quick. Don't miss this onap. John Hay Kuhns, 419 First National Bank bldg. Telephone 2136. Q346 zo MISCELLANEOUS. CATTLE Have chance to keep 1,000 head for winter, good range, water, shelter. hay, corn fodder, 7 miles from U. P., 15 miles from ti. at m. in uuster Co., Ne braska. Address F. L. Haycock, Calla way, Neb. R M920 25 CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant. 1614 Cass St, S 213 MME. OYLMER, genuine palmist, 316 S. 15. 214 ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16. Id floor, R X. A M661 Ua MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15. R. 7. T 278 O 15 GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th. 283 017" PERSONAL. PRIVATE hospital before and during con finement; names ooaraea ana adopted. Mrs. uaraois. 23H iaae. lei. rea im4. -215 VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home treatment. BooKiet tree. 846 Bee Bldg., omana. u 2iu SEND 25c for complete lesson in deep Dreaming exorcise, earn j. r ox, J401 r ar nam. u sua g 10 PRIVATE hospital before and during con- nnement: nrat-ciass in every ri'umrl: babies adopted. Dr. L. L. Miller. 2504 Blondo street. Phone F 1182. U 212 Oli MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 16, 2d floor, R.2. U 286 017 DR. B. M. JACKSON has removed to 15u6 Farnam at., 2d noor. U M2Vu GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale ana retail, couins riano to., iszz uoug. las. U 217 TEL. 780 for L. M. E. messenger. U 2U ELITE PARLORS, CIS S. 16th St., 2d floor. V MSS3 09 SHAMPOOING and hairdresslng. 25c, in connection wun ine uainery, 216-220 Bee building. Tel. iu. u 218 PRIVATE sanitarium for ladies- before and during connnement. ut. and Mrs. Gerlsch. 403 rn. istn St., Omaha. U-223 OMAHA Dye Works, 1515 Howard, the fashionable cleaners of ladles and gentle men s dresses ana suits, lace curtains. arapenes. u t4 OA $30 RUPTURED CURED FOR $30 No knife, no pain, no detention Irom busi ness. Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO.. 933 N. Y. IJfe Bldg , Omaha. u 121 HAIRDRESSING. manicuring and chlroo- ody, for ladles only. In connection with The Bathery, xik-220 Bee Bldg. U 222 CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection with The Battery, rooms Z16-220 Bee Biag. Tel. 1714. U-218 "YOU cannot tell what within a man mav hide, though he an angel be on the out ward Bide. However, if he smokes STOECKER CIGARS you can rely on hla good Judgment. U-M571 27 DIETETIC health hints. Read S.-ptember S hat to Lat. News dealers 10 cents. U M5S3 22 DANCING ACADEMY. CHAMBERS. 17lk and Douglas: now open for reception of pupils: formal oeiilng txpiewpur 4, ruoua li. iurcuiarsi. MOKY TO l.O A REAL ESTATE. 4'4 PER CENT on business property. 8 per cent on resilience property. options to pay wnoie or pan any Time. W. a. si EIKLE. 401 8. 15th St. W 23 MONEY to loan on improved Omaha real estate. Brennan-Love Co., soy s. l.un. W-224 t4 TO I P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Bit W 234 FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H. Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. lw. W 227 I PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., Mot Farnam. W-330 WANTED, city loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam st. W-226 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas. W-231 WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds and warrants. R. C. Peters & Co.. K03 Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W 223 $100 UP; low rate. Frtchard. 171$ Farnam. W 212 HONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS. MONEY WHEN you find it necessary to borrow, give us a trial, after wuich we will, ty lair treatment, attempt to retain your patronage. We loan Hum 1'J up, on tur ntture, pianos, live stoca, tc We aiao make loans to bA LARIED PEOPLE without mortgage or endorser. We do not deduct Interest in advene, we charge nothing tor making or tiling papers ana our service Is quick and cunudentlal. We always try to please our patrons. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 119 Board ut Trade Bldg. Tel. (Established 1892.) 3u6 So. 16th SL A m $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ t $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ( t t $ $ $ $ $ $ I $ DO YOlt NEED MONEY? $ $ MONEY TO LOAN $ $ ON $ $ Fl'RNlTCRE AND SALARIE8. $ f $10 to $: loaned on FURNITURE, $ $ PIANOS, ETC., and to salaried people $ I at very lowest rates and fur any length $ I of time, without publicity or removing $ $ the property. Payments can be made to $ $ suit your convenience $ Call and get our terras before going $ $ elsewhere. $ ! RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY, $ Room 803, Third Floor, Paxton Block. $ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$ KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD. SALARY LOANS ON . PLAIN NOTES. No Mortgage, no Indnrser, no publicity. AMC.K1L AM LAJACi t-O., Paxton Block, Third Floor, Room 303. A-MM LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO bAUAKitu i nui-LL, mercnants, team sters, boarding houses, etc., without se curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in prin cipal cities. Toiman. ttu tJoaru or Trade Bldg. X 238 MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried Seopie; business confidential; lowest rates, Li Paitpn block. The J. A. Hutton Co. X 4l Chattel and Salary Loans. PHOENIX CREDIT CO., Successor to J. W. Tayloe. Tel. 74a. S33 Paxton Block. X 239 MONEY loaned on furniture, live atock. jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Doan Co., Sue to Duff Green, 8 Barker block. A ZJO MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, le-s ew- elry, horses, cows, etc J. . need, siy B. ; 8. X 288 Bt'SINESS CHANCES. I TO GET In or out of business call on Wil liams, Room ell, Mccague building. I .14 WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange your business or property quica, see j. ti. Johnson, 843 N. x. Liie, x mzu FOR SALE, a fine stock and grain farm of tut acres iv miles irom 4 sou town wun two rauruaos in unn couuiy, luissoun.. 1 in the heart of rich corn eit. aoo acres under plow, 80 acres timothy, balance neavy Diue grass paaiure wun creca I through It; soil Is very rich, place having been used for feeding farm for years; all smooth land and could all be cropped if aesireu: email nui gooa nouse. Darn ana 1 . sneas ior luw r.eaa 01 came, consiaenng . .... . . ... .. . 1 location and quality of land, this place . , . ,r . , , . , , - . . IB eneap i .m, vr .fix. jtuurepa Turney, Fairfield, la. Y 350 25 WANTED Attractions for the Washington, Kan., street fair. Oct. 7. 8. 9 and 10. Ad dress the secretary, Washington, Kan. 1 JlL obi Zi FOR SALE, nice, clean general stock mer chandise In town of population 200, Elk horn road, in Nebraska, 100 miles from Omaha: invoice, cash value, 83,0oi. Ad dress K 46, Bee. Y-M373 22 FOR SALE, one of the best steam laundry propositions in west; win be sold at a great bargain on account of owner's ill health. O Nell ileal ttsiate Agency, South Omaha. Y 3,6 26 FOR SALE, drug stock in county seat town In eastern NeDrasKa, stock ana nx tures. $2,000. Address 1 W. Robinson, Clay Center, Neb. Y-642 22 $2,600 BARGAIN l-room modern house, large barn, full lot, half-block east 24th street motor Hue on Grant St., $1,000 cash, balance easy; must be sold quick. J. H. JohnBon. 8)3 N. 1 . Life. Y M564 Unsurpassed For a nrofttable nronosltlon. monthly in come xuuo, elegantly equipped rooming ana boarding house, patrons the best, finest location in city, large capacity. J. H. Johnson, N. Y. Life. Y M560 BAKERY for aale. rheap. In a county seat town; for further particulars ad dress box 111, Wahoo, Neb. Y 624 27 FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE, house and lot. which has use of several lota adjoining free, to trade for small farm not far out. w til pay cash difference. J. H. Sherwood, 937 N. Y. Life. Z 561 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FARM BARGAIN. 1.2O0 acres In Logan valley, near Wayne. NeD., gently roiling, good, rirn son, every foot can be cultivated, lour sets ut im provements for' tenants, with stables, cribs and graneries; can divide Into quar ters and half-sections: $48 to $55 per acre. This land has never been offered for sale before. Owner is old and wants to put his money into oonos. HARRISON & MORTON. 913 N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 314. RE M 567 23 SPECIAL BARGAIN. A good 7-room house near High school, only xz.auu. j.inn w. nui, jr., nio 1st Nat. bank. HE 110 23 FOR SALE, II acres fruit and garden land, elgbt-room nouse, good barn, ap ples, cherries, plums, eight acres in tim ber, two miles from car line. Address I03 8. First, Council Bluffs, la. RE-869 FOR SALE, cheap, cottage and lot. north of Vinton St., between zm and 21st sts. Fine vacant lot, 42d and Harney. J. H. SHERWOOD. 93.' N. Y. Life. RE 562 22 EASTERN Kansas land, price $10 to $30. Address D. it Bitter, tales center, Kan sas. RE M 104 B23 RANCH and farm lands for sals by tha l nlon racinc naiiroao company, u. a McAllester, land commisioaer. Union Pa cific lieadquanera, Omaha, Neb. RF 514 HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also Acre property and farm lands. The O. F. Davis Co., Room 5-'J Bve Building. BE-247 HOUSES, lots, farms, ranch jb. loans; alaa aua iaauxaava. ciuls, 1 aatea block. FOR SALE HK4L KSTATK, DO YOU WANT ' TO SELL A FARM? If you want to sell a ftrm or raurh., tell the farmers and stockralsrrs about It, The best way to reach them is through The Twentieth Century Farmer. This agricultural weekly goal to S3.000 homes of farmers and storkral sere, so it you have a good piece of land ( o sell at reasonable price you ought to II nd a buyer among them. The cost of an a Is small I cents per word. THE TWENTIETH GENTLW.' PARMER OMAHA, NEB. RE 604 FOR RENT, 8-room, modern, house, $30. 3314 Francis Bt. KB-422 PUEBLO Na better invests tnent today than good conservative aitd Judicious In vestment in Pueblo realty. lOrln 8. Mer rill, Baxter block, opposite P . O., Pueblo, Colo. 11M126S2b KELSEY'S, wall paper, 17th! and Douglas. Phone 1608. RE 916 OWING to change or occupation, owner desires to sell his place at once and will sell st a bargain; if taken lkfore Septetn br SO; 6-room house, newly painted and repaired, gas. fruit, chicken house, etc., lot 50x124; don't answer trls unless you mean business. Price, 8U6O0. Address J 4. Bee. RE 327 When You Wtite to, Advertisers remember it only takca au e.tra stroke or two of the pen to mention goa tact that you saw the ad in The Bea. jy, - Q well built 8-room houses, desirable location. ADPly 1411 Vinton, t. KE-907 O10 FOR SALE, cottage In Hansooin. Place, 8 I rooms lurnace, uain, gas, pavea street, 1 near car: lot 4;ix1jo: rent, si.ib.oo nor month. plus water tax. Price, $3.0il; can be pur chased in payments. Adduces J . Bee. RE 443 t FOR SALE. 7-room moderm house, nearly new. in 1 lot. near Ames ave ana 2tn. Price, $2,00o; part cash, balance long lime. J. II. SHERWOOD, 937 .N. Y. Life. RE 205 WHY PAY RENT? OWN7 YOUR HOME! See the Industrial Home Co. of America. Best plan on earth! Ofllce, 221 Bd. of Trade Bldg., Omaha. K. M. Wilde, mgr. tit on uci t SEE PAYNE, BOSTWTCK & Co. for choice bargains. 601 N. x. Lite ttiug. ivi. jois. KB-215 WILLIAMSON SgfafrS-' RB-246 GEORGIA Ave. home for sale, all modern house, part casiu tai. long time. j. n. Sherwood. 937 N. TT. Life. Phone 388. RE-M174 SUBURBAN real est! ate for sale, tracts of 6 acres, 6 acres, 6 acres, 5 acre. 6 acres or more, $150 per acre; rich fruit nnd truck land. Bound to increase, in vt.lue. Starr's place, southwest of city, west of South Omaha, 61st aaid C streets, adjoin ing Bonlield & r-ayeae para. J. a. btarr, 617 Bee Bldg.. omana. kk-asu FOR RENT FARMS. 100-ACRE farm near car Una for 'rent; buildings on premises and machinery for sale. Sherman and corenman, M. 24th, first house north of Millers Park. 4fi4 23 SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. GREGG S. H., Touch T. W., Bus. Branches, Teleg. cat. f ree, um, iou., iiu at uoug. sun A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N. T. Life. ' BOYLES college, court reporter principal, N. Y. Life. 273 . .. 1 NEB. Business Shorthand College. Boyd k Theater. 174 - - 1 I. , , 1 l MEDICAL, DR. FKlfciB. ine acanowiengec, eaoing specmiiBi in u-ucn i wouiu can i..i. l mines iu ma "I"-". i' .u..v,u-l.u... before and during confinement and his treatment for Irregularities, no matter what cause. Call or address, with stamp, Dr. Pries, Arlington Block, 1618 Dodge, Omaha. ao LOST. LOST, on Friday morning, bull terrier pup, about 8 weeks old. return to 4024 ia- fnvetta avenue and set reward. Lost 163 22 LOST, Saturday, Sept. 20, a pocket book containing- some railroad passes and pa pers of value only to owner; finder will receive suttaDie rewara ny communicat ing with or returning same to R, I . in R I if draartment of .nT-e 121 a ifith at " T.t M w 91" Huntley of CTigineerl tTnlon Pacific. Reside Telephone F $763. Lost M 562 2.T FLORIfeTS. t . HvvriRRflON. 1611 Farnam TeL 1258. fiend for price Ust. cut flowers and plants. AUTOMOBILES. ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Derlght'a. ni Farnam street. ". PRINTING. . VVATKRS PRINTING COMPANY. Linotype Composition. 611 So. 13th. 852 EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. PRIVATE lessons in bookkeeping, etc.; night class Mono., wea., r ri. u. n. Hutbbun, room la. Com 1 Nat l bank. M5!S STORAGE. CM. Van 8tor. Co., 15UH Faro. Tela. 1559-863. FOR RENT, first-class Storage for house- hold goods or merchandise. Apply to H j. W indsor 131a uoaue Bt.. or to 11. c Easton. the Dunsany flats, loth and Pierre Sts M 367 ELECTRICAL REPAIRERS. GRAND Electric Co., 16 b Jackson. Tel. 2846. CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing promptly attended to. J. 2uth and Lake streets. T. Ochlltrea. rsW IV TYPEWRITERS. LAMBERT TYPEWRITER Price, $20. Is faat. erticlent. durable: easiest to learn. ue and care for. Sent on approval. Mon roe Ac Co., 611 No. istn St., omana. M275 BUY A LAMBERT TYPEWRITER now for I JO; will be $. after Oct. 1. Monroe at Co., 811 No. 10th St . Omaha. 36 M ANIFACTI KING. P MELCHIOR. chlniot. 13tb and Howard, ma- 264 OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and safes. G. Andre?i. Prop., 12 8. loth St. -2 THINKS AND BAGGAGK. TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 608 8. 16th. ill L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel 730 192 FOR SALE riRNITlKB. CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel. '20 New and secondhand, bought, sold, AtOaugaO, . U-'IUa DRF.9SMAKI.Mi. DRESSMAKING If. families or Mm Sturdv. IVo Harney. at home. S1.0 Ol 1F.TK.CTIK AUF.M IKS. CAPT. THUS. COHM1CK. private detec tive, 617 Kerbaih blot k. Tel., A.:;. !:. : l.AIXDHl, OMAHA Steam laundry; shirts, 8c; collais, 2c; cuffs, 4c 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. A-I."sj -2t.l 8TATIAR1 FACTORS. 8TATUARY and ornamental work. 712 8. 16. Mvi BALE TIES. OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North lftth. 2to LAW AI1 COLLECTIONS. STILLMAN A PRICE, 23 U. 8. NT Bk. Bid. 2i: TAILORING. LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re modeled, Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam st. Mif.9 STAMMERING AND TITTERING. CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg. 260 FIR DRESSING. O. R. GILBERT CO.. tanners, 1434 S. 13th. 2i1 STOVES REPLATED. GOLD, silver and nickel plating. Omitha 2S i'latlns- Co., Bee Bldg. Tel. 2u35. JINK. MIXED country scrap, $11; stove plate, $8. Aipirn, i"j r arnam. 1 ,2 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans cesspools ana vaults, removes garbage and oeaa animals at reduced prices. 621 N. 16. Tel. 1779 -205 PHONOGRAPH. WE ARE western headquarters for Edison pnonograpns and recoras. I'rloes, 110 up. Nebraska Cycle Co., loth and Harney. M 3X9 23 PAWNBROKERS. FAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas. TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tickets- everywhere. f. . J'niiDin, looo Farnam. 'l'hone 7S4. -2i3 SALESMEN WANTED. SALE8MEN, exclusive territory; salary or cumin insioii; sanaiacunn guaranteed. Ap- Co., Lawrence, Kan. ' 144 017 WANTED TO SELL. FIRST-CLASS hard coal , burner, 2519 576 Jones street. ACCORDION PLEATING. IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard. 835 GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PROPOSALS FOR FRESH VEGETA bles. Headquarters. Department of the Missouri, Office of the Chief Commissary, Omaha, Neb., September 2oth, 1902. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be received here until 11 o'clock a. m., central standard time. October 10th. 1902. and then oncned publicly, for furnishing and delivery .of such quantities of potatoes and onions as may De requirea ry me (subsistence De- partment at Jefferson Barracks. Missouri. Fort Leavenworth. Kansas, and Fort Lo gan H. Roots, Arkansas, during the period commencing November 1st, 1U02, and end- ,.iiiiii...iv,,im )n i..n aTth iuo:i i.rr.i- - in ni. . 'a v... ik . . . . v . . , . nui, uin-ncu v 1 1 t uiiiiiiuinfiair n i each Dost mentioned herein, nt the suma hour and day, each post Commissary re- celvlng proposals for his own post only. proposals. In whole or in part. Blank proposal! ana speciiicaitons, MhOW'lIlK ill aetau tne articles and quantities required ana giving lull information us to condl tion of coirtract. will be furnished on uu plication to any of the above mentioned officers. Envelopes should be marked Proposals for I resh Vegetables." to be opened uctouer win, and addressed to me undersigned, or l onimlHuary at post authorised to receive pronosals. W. H. Bean, Major, Commissary, U. S. Army. S.'OUOtil PROPOSAL FOR CAVALRY HORSES Oince of Chief O. M.. St. Iaul, Minn., Sept. 4, 1902. SEALED PROPOSALS. In tripli cate, will be received at this office until 11 o'clock a. m.. Seutember 24. 1902. and unened men, ror lurnianing ana delivery at Fort AKuinniDoine, Mont., 2J6 cavalry horses I ' or ica nun ine enure num "uired and for delivery at points otli "ort Aeslnnfooine will be entertain, M'very to rommence within 8 weel Bids for less than the entire number re ther than itertalned. De- reeks after notice of award, and be completed within 60 days thereafter. Roans, light and dark sorrels desired, run Information may be hud at this office. United States, reserves 1 the 'lKht accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. GEO. E, rLfto U. . At. B4-6-a-8-22-23 FORT RILEY. KAN.. SEPT. 20. 190? oeuieu uniuuBuiK, in triplicate, will be re- eetveri n.r. until 11 a m i r.t ont- lb,.. for changing the heating of buildings' from i central to inaiviauai plants, information lurntsnea upon application to this office. also at offices of Depot Quartermasters nioago, in., ai. jouis, mo., and Omaha, Neb. Right reserved to accept or reject any or all bids, or any part thereof. En velopes to be indorsed "Proposals for ('Hanging Heating of Buildings," addressed - captain . u. cress, y. m. H20d4t-O18-19M PROPOBAIJI FOR CONSTRUCTION Of- flee of Chief U. M St. Paul. Minn.. Septem- Der i, ji;. eeaieu proposals, in triplicate, will be received at this office, until 11 o'clock a. m., October 18. 1902, and opened then, for the construction of one double barrack at Fort Meade. S. D. Plana and specifications may be seen and blank pro posals with full instructions had upon ap plication here, or to the Quartermaster, Fort Meade, S. D. United 6tates tcaerves the right to .accept or reject any or all proposals, or any part thereof. GEO. E. TOM), A-'- VI . af . H19-80-22-S1-O16-17M DAILWAY TIME CARD. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A .Pacific Railroad "The Great Hock Island Route" City Ticket Office, 1323 Farnam street. Telephone 428. Depot. Tenth n,1 Mu..v Telephone 629. Leave. Arrive. ' FART f'h leu I'M nairllirh, T , e . Chicago DaVlla?. t f Ji . "n -Z S S? ! 1 . . - " .vw axis aa a . ,. iri I I rT lfU ot V, vnruea In . r Chicago rast Express a 6:00 pm a 1:25 pm WEST. pm rj..s:?"."i"lr lA? -:50am A 4:60 am Denver, rueuio . and Weat a 1:30 pm a 6 43 pm Colorado, Oklahoma j' v uunus y MJSSOURI PACIFIC RAIL-road-Oeneral Offices and licget Offices. Southeast xeiecnone 1114 T,ur.,. Union Station. Arrive. St. lxjuia and Kansas City Exoreea dIi m - K. C, St. L. Express... alo:5o pm Leave from loth and a 6:26 pm a 6 li am Webster Streets: Nebraska Local, via C .... 1 1 1 1 17 U'ulu, , . . . iu.lv k.i, iP"1 lo:45am - ' " 7 c:tii ounuay CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A- St. Paul Railway City Ticket ottice, 15o4 Farnam fit. Telephone 2M. Depot, Ttun ami mason streets leiepnone Jt. AXJV -ASjrr Chlcaao A Omaha Ex..b 7:40 am b I 40 nm tnicago Ldmuea t.x a a:iw pm a 7:oo am a Daily, b ivaUy aavcpl buuday. ptll.WAl 1IMK t HH- on (Insert. II U R 1. 1NOT t N & MIS sonrl River Railroad -"T;i llurllnntoll Route" tlell eral tnlliH'H, Northwest t'o ner Tenth and Farnam Streets. Ticket Office., U Faruuiit Street. Telephone, 2..". liurllngiiui Station, Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone 1. 1 Leave. Arrive. Lincoln, Hastings and Met'ook a 8:40 am a :4.. pn Lincoln. IVnvi", Colo- . rado. Uliili. California. .a 4:2. pm a 3:10 pm I Alliance Express .a 4 25 pm a 3:10 pn Lincoln Ac Black Hills. .all:10 pm a :.' am Montana. Puget Sound, all :10 pm a 6:45 am Lincoln Fast .Mall b 3:10 pm a 9:17 am Wyinore. Beatrice and Lincoln a 8:40 am bll:oo am Denver. Colorado, Utah and California ' a 4:45 am Fort Crook. South Bend, Louisville. Plattam th b 3:20 pm bU6 am Bellevue, Pliittsmouth & I'Hcllic Junction a 7:50 pm a 8.27 am Bellevue, I'lattsmoulh At Pucltlc Junction a 3:00 am a Dally, b Dully except Sunday. KANSAS CITY, ST. Jo seph Council Bluffs Railroad "The Burlington Route" Ticket IrtTlce. 150(1 Kiirmim Street, Telxphona 25"i. Depot, Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone ll'l. I,eav. Arrive. Kansas City Day Ex.. ..a 9:2ti Km a 6:1 pm Kansas city Night Ex..al0:30 pm a 6:15 am St. Louis Flyer, for St. Joseph and St. Louis . a 5:10 pm all:15 am a Dally. B4umC CHICAGO, BURLINGTON mm wuiney Kallway " I lia lttirllngton Route ' Ticket Oftlce. 1.VI2 Farnam Street. Telephone 2T.0. TVpot, Tenth and Mason Streets. Telephone 12t. l'a lltiht Chicago Spe- ,r!al a 7:00 am all:00 pm f hlcago V estlbuled Ex.. a 4:"! pm a 7:30 am Chicago U.cal Express. a 9:: am a A ft, pm t hicagn limited a 8:16 pm 1'a'!,!' a 2:46 pm a Dally. FREMONT. ELKHORN A Missouri Valley Railroad "The Northwestern Line" General office, United States National Bank Building, S. W. Corner Twelfth nt V,r. nam Sts. Ticket Office, 1401 Fnrtiam St. Telephone 561. Iepot, 15th and Webster Sts. Telephone 1458. Leave. Arrive. Black Hills, Deadwood, Hot Springs a SKK) pm a 6:00 pm Wyoming, Casper and Douglas d 3:00 pm a 8:00 pm Hastingn, York, David t iiy, superior, Geneva, Exeter and Seward h a ofl nm h K-nn nm Norfolk, Verdlgre and Fremont h T.M am hlO K am Lincoln Wahoo and Fremont h 7:81 am hM:'S am Fremont Local c 7:80 am a Dal V. B Dallv Plront Kunriuv e aim. day only. d Daily except Saturday. a Dally except Monday. CHICAGO A NORTH western Railway "Th Northwestern Line" City Ticket Office, 1401 Karnam St. Telephone 661. Depot, Tenth and Marcy StreetB. Tele phone 629. lMVe. Arrive Fast Omaha-Chicago. ..a 8:00 am all:20 pm Local Carroll-Omaha. ..b 4:00 pm a 9:50 am Ixical Chicago-Omaha.. a 10:55 am a 6:10 pm fast t)niHhu-Chlcago...a 4:65 pm a4:"f.Jim Fast Mall a 8:00 nm a 2:4f i.n. Omaha-Chicago L't'd. . .a 8:10 pm a 9:30 am rant. ni. raui a 7:66 pm a 8:16 am l ast Mail a. 7.M ..... a K..V, .... Cedar Rapids Passenaer a 6-.m nm Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am a uauy. o uauy except Sunday, . CHICAGO. BT. PAUL, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway "The Nortti weatern Line" General Officeu, Nebraska Divi sion, 15th and Webster Sts. Citv Ticket Offloe. 1401 Farnnrr. St. Telephone 661. Depot, 15th and Webster Sts. Telephone 1458. I.enve. Arrive Twin City Passenger.... a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm Bioux City Passenger... a 2:00 pm all 10 am Emerson Local b 6:30 pm b 8:30 am a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. . UNION PACirJCTHH Overland Route" General of . flees, N. E. Corner Ninth end ' Farnam Streets. City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam St. Tele phone 316. Depot, Tenth and Murcy Sts. Telephone 629. I,eave. Arrive. The Overland Limited.. a 9:40 am a 7 180 pro The Chicago-Portland Sneclal a 9:4 am a7:stm The Fast Mail a 8:fio am a 8:25 pm The Mall and Express. .all:3H am a 8:40 am The t.'olorailo special... a 7 :io am a t.vi am Lincoln, Beatrice and Stromsburg Express. ..b 4:m pm bl2:ftb pm The Pacific Express. .. .a 4:25 pm The Atlantic Express a 7:30 am Grand island Local D a:30 pm D :i) am a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Railroad City Ticket Of fice, 1402 Farnam Street. Telephone, 246. Depot, Tenth and Marcy Sts. Iave. Arrive. Chicago Express a 7:85 am a 6:10 pm Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:0$ am Fast Mail a 10:85 pm Minneapolis & St. Paul Express b 7:35 am bW:86 pm Minneapolis & St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 4:06 am Fort Dodge Iocal from Council Bluffs b 4:80 pm alO:00 am Fort Dodge Ixwal from Council Bluffs a 5:00 am a Dally, b Daily except Sunday. WABASH RAILROAD Tic ket Office, 1801 Farnam Street. Telephone 322. Da pot, Tenth and Marcy Bta. Telephone 629. Leave. Arrlva. St. Iuls Express a 6:66 pm a 8:w am St. Louis lxieal (from Council Bluff3j a 9:16 am al0:S0pm a Dally. " CONSUME LOTS OF TIMBER, Abaual Maaafsclsre of Matcfcea la Ike United States. in the United Btateg 4,000.000 feat ot I pine lumber are used every year lor matches, or the equivalent of the product of 400 acres of good virgin forest. About 620,000,000 cross tlea are now laid pn Amer ican railroads and 0.000,000 new tlea are requlrei annually for renewals. Tha amount of timber used every year for Uaa alone is equivalent to 1,000.000.000 feat ot lumber. There are now standing nearly T.500,000 telegraph polea. The average Ufa of a telegraph pole is about ten years, so that nearly 750,000 new polea are required every year for rewenals. These figure da not Included telephone poles and the polea required on new railway Ilnea. The total annual consumption of timber for ties and poles U equivalent to the amount of timber grown on 100,000 acres of good virgin forest. For making shoe pegs the amount of wood used In a single year is equal to tha product of fully 3.000 acres of good second growth hardwood land. Lasts and boot treea require at least 600, 000 cords more. Most newspaper and pack ing paper Is made front wood. Although this Industry has been developed only within the Ust forty years, yet tha amount of wood consumed for paper during that time has been enormous. The total an nual consumption of wood paper pulp is equivalent to over (00,000,000 board feat of timber, for which It would be necessary, were the treea all growing together, to cut some 80,000 acres of prime woods. Oa aa Eqaal Foetlag. Washington Times: "Yes," boasted an Englishman in the west, , "I have Tudor blood In my velua from toy mother's side of the family and Plantaganet blood from my father's." "Is tbat so?" said a citizen. "My blood is a little mixed, too. My grandfather was a Jersey tenderfoot an' my grandmother a Digger Indian squaw. We're both half breeds, stranger. Shake!" Heals ae fey Magic. If a pals, sore, wound, burn, acald, cut or pllea distress you. Curktea'a Aralo Selvs will curt It, or no pay. 3c. taw 1 ,- -t-V. Mm fill Lilii -