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TITE OMATTA DAILY I1EE: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1003.
18 FOR (ALB-TIMBER LANDS. WB ARE HEULDQUARTER8 FOR YEL LOW PINK in the Soft ellow Vui tMl. Tula Umber compares favorably In quality with the Wlnta iPlne ot Win contln and Miihigin. Can all be loKed with big whecin. No Are risk. Compete nd tellable Intorrrmtion. 1'erfect title. Lands we contkul. and can i.k- LIVKR 2i.0OO MCRk.S, average 2.0UU to lb ou'irtt-r section, price IT.oQ per A. IO.uuO ACRES, average 2,uuo to the quarter aectlon. price S.0O per A. I,r ACRES, average 2,000 to tha quarter nectlon, price i w per a l.wo AC itiits, average Z.fr'U to tha quarter auction, price (WOO per A. I4,uu0 ACRKS, Spruce nd Hemlock average 1.600 to trie quarter aecllun. price IU.i0 CERTIFIED FOREST RESERVE SCRIP In large and email amounts at the market price. References furnished. Correspond ence solicited. Addrrts, AMERICAN TIMFIEn CO.. E. M. Hunyan, Mar., Marquam Bids'., Port land. Ore. M3u novDx FOR BEIT-ACRES. SEVEN acres near Gibson, two-room house, email stable, city water; would be eplen dld place for chickens and pigs. CHAS. 13. WILLIAMSON CO., Room No. 23, IT. 8. NATIONAL BANK BU1LDINO. 766 1 FOR RENT FARMS. X LARGE and well Improved farm In - Stanton county for rent; 60 acrea with tlO.OUO worth of improvements. R. C. PETERS & CO.. Ground Floor Bee Building. M707 FOR REST MISCEI.LANEOIS. DOUBLE atore building, with flats 2d floor, 48th and Cuming Sts.; very low price; submit offers. F. V. Weed, 1524 Doug las St. . , 4i7-l FUR DRESSIJIQ. J. E. WALLACE, Taxidermist, 605 S. 13th. -7t FLORISTS. HESS 8WOBODA. 1416 I'arnam. S L. HENDERSON, florist. 151 Farnam St. 187 GARBAGE. ANTI-MONOPOLT GARBAGE CO., clean cesspools and vaults, rmoves garbag and dead animals at reduced prices. fcl W. ltth. Tel. 1T7. 2X8 GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. OMAHA. PLATING CO., Bee Bios. Tel. tati. LAW AKO COLLECTIONS. fi TILLMAN PRICE 410 1st Nat. Bit. bldg. -9i3 HEW BNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y. Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every where. 4 LAWX MOWERS. SHARPENED. P. Melcboir, 13th A Howard. LOCKSMITH. C. R. HEFLIN, 309 N. 16lh St. Tel. 2974. M 13. LOST. .WHITE fox terrier dog with black marking oo bead; my name ou collar; lust seen ou lower Douglas at., finder will be re warded. N. P. Dooge, jr., 1614 Farnam. Lost M4i. LOST Roll of bills at A. O. U. W. build ing Tuesday evening, Oct. 27. Liberal 10 ward paid for return of money to secre tary A. O. U. W. building, liu N. 14m at. Lost-Moai 2x LOST, High school clsss pin. ' Reward on return to 2&S Dodge at. Lost 736 lx LOST Wednesday, ladles' gold watch, El gin, between loth and Farnam and South Omaha; reward for return to Bee oftlce. Lost 727 lx MUSICAL. SHO& J. KELLY, vole. Davldg Block. 3u B, D. KECK. Voles Teacher, David, bldg. 1W Novlx LETOVSKY'S ORCHESTRA. Tel. L-2K84. KERKOWSKY. violin. B, 10. Wlthnell bit M 401 N& MEDICAL. LIQUOR HABIT cured In three days. Pay worn cured. No hypodermics. Writs tor cucuiare.. Uatiln institute, S. 14th. -76 ,TfOU HAVE THE AILMENT WE HAVE THE remedy. You use the remedy. Everybody satisfied. Red Deer Vltallzer cures St. Vitus Dance and other nerve troubles. Write for testimonials. Red Deer Remedy Co., Dowagtac, Mica. 63S lx LADIES, our harmless remedy relieves without fall delayed or abnormally sup pressed menstruation. For free trial ad dress Paris Chemical Co., Milwaukee, Wis. X.ADIE8! Chichester's English Pennyroyal fins are trie pest. Bate, reuaoie. lane no other. Bend 4c, stamps, for particulars. "Relief for Ladles." In letter by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Fa. DR. W. WtrrCHINSON, specialist of women and children: jo years practice. Office, 1206 Cuming. Residence telephone, F-37W; ofllce, -263. LH. PRIES, German graduate, renowned for his skill and experience In confine ments; euros sterility, long standing dis cuses of uterus and ovaries, cures painful, profuse, retarded or suppressed menstru ation, from any cause, recent or of long standing. Ladles who have suffered for years, hopeless and dejected, can be cured without operation or the hospital. If a personal Interview la impossible state your case fully. Inclose al&mp and answer and advice will promptly bs given. Address R. F. Pries, M. D., 113 Doug t)t, Omaha, MORPHINE, laudanum, opium, cocaine and liquor habits permanently and pain lessly cured at home. .No detention from business. Aotion Immediate. Leaves pa' tlont In natural, healthy condition with out desire for drug. Cure guaranteed for iiu.au. writs lor particulars, ir. ixmg Company, 7o umpire, Atlanta, ua. SISTERS IN DESPAIR. Speedy relief. Abnormal suppression any cause. Witte for remedy. Safe, sure. Dr. Martha Walker Co., l'S3 State, Chicago. ;w lx OSTEOPATHY. Soon son Institute. ale N. Y. Lifa Bldg. T. lti lbs Hunt loOrmary, McCagu Bldg. T. m si' Atsa 4s Farwsll. Pax ton BUb, H-7. t. ma. W7S PH GRACE DEEOAN, tSS N. T. Life. TeL was. DBS. LAIRD LAIRD, 103 Karbach bile. M 1U7 N20X PATENTS. ftf. J. COWOILL No fas unless successful. all B. Utn 81. Omaha. TeL 11H. sX PATENTS Sues at Co.. Omaha. Neb. Il lustrated pa taut book frss. Tel. 1C3. M 670 N15t PAWKBROKKRS. UAULJB Loan Office. Reliable, acoommodat, tug; all buainea omldeuual. Uul Dougl it SllOUTUAkU AND T1PKWK1T1XO, A. C VAN SAMT'S school. 717 N. Y. LI fa KTR Buslns Theater. i A Shorthand College. Boyd's AMTOHllX. OMAHA Florence Sanatorium. 'Phone Red tMi; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'plume, mi. llijr UU ana luassasv pariors. .'i.i i.k STORAGE. OM. Van Stor. Co.. 16UV4 Farn. Tela. 1K & 1 ITHOLSTKRINO. GATE CITT. 1706 8t Mary ave. Tel. BTOT STAMMERING ADD STUTTERING, CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramse Bldg. - TICKET BROKERS. CUT RATE railroad tlcketa everybody. P. H. Phllbln, loud Farnam. 'Phone WAMEI) TO BORROW. WANTED To borrow $!HX to tl.000 at 7 per cent on good South Omaha rental prop erty; security ample. Address T 26. Bee. M 303 J6,5no.0O on a lnrge Iowa farm, proved. Address T 42, Bee. well lm 4(i4 N4 WANTED to borrow $1,500 at 6, no com mission, first mortgage on new all mod ern residence costing over $4,000. Address O 4, Bee. M7S1 2 m . -m LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. - Sealed bids will be received at the office of secretary of state up until 12 o'clock noon of Monday. November 2nd. 1903, for the erection of a kitchen and ice house at the Institute for Feeble Minded Youth at Beatrice, also a commissarry building and one dynamo for 8. and Si Home at Grand Island, Nebraska, as per plans and speci fications on tile In the ofiice of secretary of state. The board reserve the right to reject any and all bids. GEORGE W. MARSH. Secretary of Board. OBd. 101m. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT ING. Bids will be recelveJ by the State Print ing board at the o.Uce of the Secretary of Slate at Lincoln, Neb., on or before 2:30 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, November 11, 1!ki3, for furnishing 2,400 four-quire as sessment books for the State Board of Equalization and miscellaneous printing and stationery supplies for the State Board of Irrigation, State Historical so ciety. Hospital for the Insane at Hast ings, penitentiary and attorney general, and binding of briefs for the supreme court. Specifications for same can be found on file in the office of the Secretary of State. All bids must be accompanied by a bond equal in amount to the probable cost of the work bid upon. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 31. 19 3 STATE PRINTING BOARD. By Lou W. Frazler, Secretary to the Board. IN Id at NOTICE. Sealed bids will be received at the office of Secretary of State up until 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, November 12. 1903, for belt ing and pulllea for use at the penitentiary as per Itemised statement found In the office of Secretary of State. The board reserves the riirht to reject any ana ail Diaa. uisukuis w. makbh, Secretary of Board. Nld lot TABLE AND KITCHEN ) Mena. BREAKFAST. Grapes. Cereal. Cream. Calf's Liver and Oysters, Spindled. Creamed Sweet Potatoes, Popovera. . Coffee. DINNER. Cream of Onion Soup. Roast Lamb. Mint Sauce. Mashed Potatoes. . Breaded Sprouts. Cucumber Salad. Rice Jelly. Pear Compote. Coffee. SUPPER. Creamed Oysters. Olive Sandwiches. Chestnut and Celery Mayonnaise. Cranberry Jelly. Ginger Sponge Cake. Cocoa. Recipes. Stuffing with Ham Ham blends nicely with poultry and gives an appetising flavor, which sometimes greatly improves the eat ing If the meat Is rather dry. Take the recipe for bread stuffing, and substitute half a cup of finely minced, cooked ham for same amount of crumbs. Leave out the celery and parsley, add the beaten egg and when the chicken Is stuffed bind very thin strips of very fat uncooked ham or bacon oyer the breast of the chicken and baste the wings and drumsticks frequently with dripping from the pork. Chestnut Stuffing For a young twelve- pound turkey take about thirty large chestnuts, roast, peel and remove the Inner brown skin. . Put about ten of the chest nuts in a mortar with the cooked turkey liver and pound well; add a teaspoon ful of minced parsley, a small silver onion, grated, and salt and pepper to taste, and the beaten yolks of two eggs. Put this Into the cavity from which the crop was taken, and sew up. Take Ave or six links of small sausage, partially fried In a little butter; cut them into pieces an inch long, add a cup of bread crumbs, half a cup of butter and pepper and salt to taste. Add to this mixture the remainder of tha chestnuts, whole. Stuff the body with this, sew -up, truss, rub the body with soft butter, salt and pepper, dredge with flour or crumbs and place strips of salt smoked bacon over the breast and parts that burn easily. Allow . twenty minutes to every pound and basts frequently . Oyster Stuffing Prepare a turkey for roasting. Crumble sufficient bread crumbs to make a quart, add an equal quantity of very fresh oyster crackers, crushed. Mix with enough warmed butter to moisten slightly, then add the strained liquor from four dosen large oysters and two beaten eggs. Season to taste with salt, pepper and celery salt. Mix the oysters with the crumbs and stuff the bird loosely so that the crumbs will absorb the gravy but not be sogy and heavy. lonea cnicxen oiunea witn unions- Clean and truss the fowl as for roasting. All the Inside with small white onions (sllver-sklnned) that have been parboiled In quart of milk. Put the giblets on to boil with a small onion and two or three slices of bacon or a little raw ham. When giblets are done strain the gravy Into a saucepan (there should be at leaat a pint). put It Into a saucepan with the chicken. cover and simmer until quite tender. Put three large onions in the quart of milk used to parboil the chicken. When it Is reduced about one-half, thicken with but ter and flour rubbed to a smooth paste. Season with salt and pepper and let it cook until it thickens. Pour this over the fowl when It Is arranged on the platter and serve. ELECTRIC WAVES . ARE FELT Hasje Cnrreats front the Earth Para lyse Telephone aad Telegraph Wires. CHICAGO, Oct. Jl. Serious electrical dis turbances, said to be due to tha aurora borealls, or northern lights, caused a great Inconvenience to telegraph and telephone companies today. Telegraph wires In. all directions from Chicago felt tha effect. In some localities causing a total cessation of business: Long distance telephone wires were simi larly affected, ' communication being en tirely suspended at times. One report stated that huge waves of electric force passed through the earth, paralysing the strength of the currents In the wires. NEW YORK, Oct. Sl.-A"brilllant display of the aurora borealls early today Inter fered with telegraphic service In this vicinity. All cablegrams were accepted subject to heavy delay. laferaal Maealae iatereepted. BOSTON'. Oct. II An Infernal machine addressed to Peter Kureghlan. the editor of Young Armenia, was Intercepted by the Umdiady of the housa where the editor lives CONDITION OF OMAflA'S TRADE llora Seasonable Weather Reeded to Make Tall Gcoh More Freel;. SHARP ADVANCE IN PRICE OF COTTON Traveling; Salesmen for Loral Houses Meeting; with Better gacress Than They Did a Year Ago la Cam. palgn for gprlaa; Orders. Immediate business In Omaha and tribu tary territory was a trifle quiet last week. Thut, however, was no more than was gen erally anticipated In view of the excep tionally tine wenther which made heavy weight clothing unnecessary. In view of that fact Omaha retailers, aa we'.l as those who have been In from surrounding towns, say they did a very good business. What Is needed, however, to bring fall and winter goods In brisk demand is a few days of told weather. Very tew merchants are doing any complaining, though, for they are confident of a nice trade as soon as the weather conditions are favorable. Advance order buainess 1 reported by local Jobbers as being considerably ahead of a year ago. Merchants are placing their orders for spring lines more freely than usual, wnicn is taken as an indication of the confidence existing in future buslnem). Retailers have experienced a very .pros perous year, and In view of the good croiw throughout this territory they see no reu son lor not looking for a continuance of present conditions. Traveling men who have been In the city recently ay they never saw merchants more satisfied than they are this fall, which 1h the very best Bign that they have been making money. Collections are In fairly good condition. but undoubtedly will be Improved with the advent of more seasonable weather. Local credit men sny, however, that they have 1 very few doubtful accounts on their books and anticipate less trouble than usual from that source. There have been about the usual number of price fluctuations during the week un der review, but taking the markets as a wriole they are In much the same position they were a week ago. Prices are generally firm, with prospects favorable for values on most manufactured lines remaining ettady for some time to come. Coffee Still Advancing. Wholesale grocers report the volume of business for last week as being of very satisfactory proportions. The demand for all staple lines and for seasonable goods being fully up to tho usual standard. The market has fluctuated back and forth about the usual amount, but as a rule prices are fully as high as they were a week ago. Coffee la still advancing and prospects are considered favorable for still higher prices. Aa haa been previously men tioned through these columns there Is a marked scarcity of the better grades, and consequently that class of coffee is bound to command strong prices, while the low grades will not show as much strength. During the week under review the market has advanced on some grades and pack age coffees are up The sugar market is In just about the same position It 'was a week ago, no change having taken place either on raw or re fined. Canned goods are also unchanged so far as quotations go, but jobbers are calling attention to the fact that stocks are bet ter cleaned up In first . hands than ever before at this time of the year. The one possible exception to this rule is found In the case of tomatoes. This is also true of California canned goods and as a result the market is very firm with prospects favorable for a continued healthy and strong market throughout the season. Recent advices show that the supply of dried peaches and apricots are also better cleaned up than was generally thought, but there have been no changes. In the market on these lines nor on other staple drlod fruits. Raisins are going Into con sumption better than they have previous to this time, owing to the recent reduction In prices. Evaporated apples are In a very strong position and higher prices at most any time would cause no surprise. An advance went Into effect last week on limberger, brick and Swiss cheese, but Twins and Young Americas remained un changed. The rice market Is not as Arm as It was a short time ago, owing to the exceptionally large crop. Some rather radical price re ductions nave gone Into offect which have stimulated the demand, and those In a po sition to know do not look lor runner de clines. The time is now close at hand when fancy lines for the Christmas trade will be In demand and already local jobbers are notleixig increased sales in tnese de partments. Present Indications are that the demand for this class of goods will exceed anything previously experienced. Wooden ware Is selling at just about the same prices It has for some time past and local iobbera do not look for any Impor tant change. Many lines are still scarce and Jobbers And it difficult to get enough stock to fill the reaulrements of their trade. The nan market is just aDout wnere it. was a week ego. with the exception or mackerel, which Is still advancing, owing to the scarcity and brisk demand. Advance in Price Of Cotton. Just at the time when the bears on the cotton market were having things vern much their own way a frost that was quite general throughout the cotton belt ma terially cnarigeo the situation. The gen eral belief now is that the frosts of Satur day and 8unday nights a week ago went a long way toward destroying the top cotton. If that "is the case local Jobbers say that the previous estimates of the yield will be reduced by 500,000 to 7C0.O00 oaies. w nether the reduction is so great as that or not. those well ooRted do not look for very cheap cotton for some months io come and do not see how cotton goods can tHslbly be any cheaper than they are at tne present time, .Desirable lines, in fact, are very hard, to obtain in a a-ood many cases and some goods It Is absolutely Impossible to get rapidly enough to meet tne demand. Taking the situation as a whole into consideration local Jobbers say with a goad deal of confidence that cotton goods at preaent prlcea are good property ano retailers need nave no nesuation in placing their orders for all the goods they are likely to need. So far aa the local situation Is concerned Immediate business Is of course rather oulet owing to the tine weather experienced me greater part or last ween, wnat is needed is cold weather to bring fall and winter lines into nrisk demand. Advance orders for spring, however, are coming In quite freely and traveling sales men are very much elated over the uc-i cess they have had up to the present time. mm mmjjmxm Mir m "I have been on invalid for three years; have tried the different foods but find that Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the only food that I do not tire of and the only one when used con stantly that agrees with me." ETHEL A. SECOND, Ripley, N.Y. They are very onnflrtent that they-wlll le able to break their last year's record without much trouble. Wire and Kails Little Lower. There was a reduction last week in tha price of wire and nails amounting to & cents. This was true of both barbed wire and plain. Galvanised nails, on the other hand, advanced 23 cents. In speaKlng of the market situation a leading hardware man ld that the general market was in a good, healthy condition and nothing at tha present time indicated any material changes In prices. Of course, a few lines which have been Belling entirely too high may have to be cut to some extent, but the general run of goods will not go much If any lower. As a result there is no rea son for merchants buying in a hand-to-mouth way. The demand Is bound to be brisk for some time to come and until man ufacturers are able to catch up with tnelr orders it does not seem reasonable to sup pose that prlcea will go much lower. Trade was not as active in this locality last week ns might be desired. Uoth Job bers and retailers are waiting for season able weather to make such lines as coal hods, shovels, stovepipe and in fact all kinds of winter goods popular. Fair Demand for Leather Goods. The demand for leather goods was fairly good last week and in lact better tnan would be expected in view of the good weal her. Retailers as a rule report a, very satitactory demand and look for a very active demund when the weather improves, ftorting-up orders ara coming in quite treely and quite a few merchants wera on the market themselves. Traveling men are hustling for advance orders on spring lines and so far are doing well. They have landed mure orders than they did a year ago up to this time, which would Indicate that merchants out through the country are not discouraged over tho prosjiects for future business. Rubber footwear is not very active at this time and probably will not be until after the iirst snowstorm and cold wave. Rubber clothlug, though. Is selling freely, the same as it has all the year. Fruits and Prodnee. The demand for fruits and vegetables continued brisk last week. The varieties being offered, though, are not as numerous as they were a short time ago, owing to the fact that peaches, plums and that claes of goods are out of market. Apples are the most popular line and, as the stock is exceptionally good, the demand is very lurge. The different varieties on sale and the prices will be found in another column. It will be noticed that besides the local varieties there is stock from Michigan, New lorn, vregon and Calltornla. In vegetables there has been practically no cnange wortny or. mention. nutter, eggs and poultry are also In about the same notches they were a week ago. Receipts of poultry are still large and consequently the market does not show much strength. Eggs, on the contrary, are scarce ana iirm. MUSIC AND MUSICIANS (Continued from Page Twelve.) of them have, and each one has found the same result. wnat do we need 7 Society manages tnese things in other places, why not here? I believe that society would do so here also if the right man or woman would take a hold of the business end. I have always said so. I say so again, and I will endeavor to continue so to do until the man is found who will organize tha financial and social possibilities. But not for ragtime concerts. No, not As to the society musicales! I have writ ten so much along that line In The Bee that I feel sure that some small soul will squeal out that I put that part in the letter on my own account. But my correspondent will defend me there. I have her address and will gladly put anyone in communica tion with her. The Suzanne Adams concert on November a; This is tne leading musical event so far. Mr. Willis heard the company in Lin coln and was Immensely pleased with tha program and the enthusiasm of the large audience. The company consists of Mr. Leo Stern, 'cellist; Mr. George Crampton, basso, and Mr. Ward Stephens, pianist and accompanist, In addition to Suzanne Adams, who is one of the leading singers on tha concert or operatic stage today, the fact that she has been a leading fcoprano in the Grau forces being sufficient proof of her merit. . Mr. Willis tells me In a letter that she has also "a stunning stage appearance and charming manners, with a gown that Is certainly worth the price of admission In Itself," Suppose the admission fee was $1.60, It 'will be Interesting for the women of Omaha to see Miss Adams In her one fifty gown. "How to dress superbly on $1.60." Oh, Mr. Willis! All Saints resumes uuslcal vesper serv ices this afternoon. For the hundredth time this year no church programs are printed In this col umn, not even my own. See the city editor by Friday night. They are In Saturday afternoon's paper. -THOMAS J. KELLY. Will Make No Concessions. CHICAGO, Oct. 81 The Chicago City Railway company, through its president. D. G. Hamilton, today . refused to grant any of the concessions de rounded bv the emoloyea' union. These demands were made several weeks ago and refuted. It Is asserted by union leaders that a strike of the 2,509 employes is now almost inevitable. Robber Company Falls. TRENTON, N. J.. Oct. Sl.-A receiver has been appointed for the Combination Rubber company of ISloomfield, N. J. The llub'liilfs are placed at l(i6,000 and the Columbia National bank of New York holds $30,000 in protested notes against the company. The rubber company has out standing capital stock amounting to $409,- 300. i 1 METK i Magazine for tKe Home Clean wholesome clever ,fiction good stories de scriptive articles of intense interest the finest there is in illustration printed on the finest paper a magazine of literary merit and pictorial excellence. No fraudulent advertising accepted. 200,000 Copies will be necessary in December to meet the demand. The present number was entirely exhausted, and not one re-order from the. News do. could be filled. 4 10O Pag'es Which is more than there is in some of the 2 c-cent and 3 5 -cent magazines. ' 12 SKort Stories . - by such clever writers as: Rebecca Harding Davis; Maurice Hewlett; W. A. Fraser; W. H. Osborne; Theo dosia Garrison, and others. IOO Illustrations by the best artists with brush; pen and camera: Paul Helleu; E. W. Kemble; Arthur Heming; George Gibbs ; Louis Rhead; Charles Sarka; and others. 16 Portraits of Beautiful Women This feature alone sells thousands ,of copies each month. We select the most beautiful,, the most artistic pictures that it is possible to secure. All News-stands Price, 15 cents Buy of your nearest news dealer or give him $1.50 for a twelve-months' sub scription, postpaid, and he will forward it for you. (A3) EvcnrTcrnan aiaanianasdsbwudtaOTr, a.u u. vftwunoj MAIYTL toeVtlofl &oray tMW'7tt Je4 awn. M-atft fn as rK.UwVvlirUe ' HiiitaL. mauu fu-er, kutUoi toru utrd fcuofc It mtvm tUl pvtloHW MA .uuu la- Cs lUoai iat aaa IM. M, T. For sale only by aUnH yUi Omaha. Nebraska. 9 n n rci List 9 V J ill M V Nl comfort, and at 11 I 1 V J auaeUnus so- A 9 i """ 1 " ' tual dlmbilltj. fa tof . aaa aua pata, amis and fa M .Medina. Taatota form, enlarge, f 1 iiiefcaoa, aae UMtUtui, ilinnK Weooai- J luiwrfuriouiMii plafut. Xeeantheat 9 fc qaMaiy aa4 Mlatemiy aae k S i:uCTi:n mimx I L la" telteL Cores la sereral days, L W Beat wlla ayrtace, tor I.OO r Sherman ft McConoeO, Omaha, Neb. uurr Mia. C. 1 rtw. o. ( mum 'VOH ---a 2 ST For Menstrua! Suppression... PEN-TAN-GOT M bos; I lua . MM la Omk br unm e MuCvumU l4 te Hall au4. Imu uUW i'A 1 CanpnnnnanansjnaranBaan i 1m m4-'i if a,snjaaaw ' jnp ll Jbj 1r'mmmmmmmtflAmt t' n i --it- mi in-iii " 1 1 1 "' Va - rr- -"iim i J Th e OPOLITAH I 11 MS.J m A well heated for $10.00 per Before the cold weather sets to think whether you are spt to winter. There's no use staying THE BEE BUILDING If you ask one of Its tenants you will And It's always ooinfoit f able, no matter how cold tho weather. You would better more before It's cold. There are three pleasant small rooms at tM.0 per saonth one or two larger rooms at ceasonable prices. R. C. PETERS & CO. RENTAL AGENTS v TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER! Vine raatecrawale Illustratlona. 'i ! 'A m. , mm ir mm'mmm-f VA ar ! a- tviit 'V. a'. a. office month In, It might be weU for ftm to stop freese to deati la your offloe UUa In a ool4 offloe all winter. , groind floor dee building TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Addrcas Omaha, Kefcv, bud has been turned ovvr to the yuUua.