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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1002.
Aertlaaat fer the eolwasao
will be lakea II 13 a. far tke
veala- edltloei aa4 aalll 0 a. a,
far noralas m4 liiiif edltloa.
Rates. 1 l-3 a war4 first lasertlea,
la a wwi thereafter. Kotblas takes
far lea thaa Sfte far tka Brat laaer
tlaa. Tkeaa advertteeaaeat aaaat k
Advertisers, by reajaastlaa; m
ere check, eaa kave aaswera aa
el r eased ta a Banker latter la eara
f Tka Baa. Aaawara aa aa'e'reesesl will
ke 4ellTer4 aa BraaaatakUaai f IM
FOR BALE CIGARS.
$?0.00 IN GOLD.
It pays to buy your cigars of us. You
may wake up some day and find yourself
the possessor of Fifty Dollars In Gold that
we gtv away to our customer each month.
Butler & Miller,
N. W. COR. 1ITH AND FARNAM BT3.
A 8TENOQRAPHEB When you want one
Call the Remington Typewriter office, 1619
isrnam street Telephone li73.
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WAITED MALE HELP.
. 15 Vnn HHP A HAT'S WORK.
If you live In the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among the fHrmera ami stock raisers In
the neighborhood you can make 36 easily
by four cr Ave hours' work. Write ua
nd we will send you our proposition.
The Bee Publishing Co., Solicitor' Dept.,
Omaha. Neb. B-M2Li
WANTED A good man In svery county
to take eubscTlptlone for The Twentieth
Century Farmer. Our agents make good
wages everywhere. Reterences required.
Address, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. , B 613
WANTED Insurance men of experience.
Can offer you a good thing.' Call at 9 a.
in. 43 Board of Trad Bldg. B 696
When You Write
-remember it, wuly takv an extra strolM or
two of the pen to mention tha tact that
you saw th a4 In Th Be.
EXPERIENCED mala stenographer who
operate Remington typewriter. F i,
Be. . . , B-M46-A24
WANTED Men to learn best paying trade
In existence for poor man; short time;
little exoense: oositions guaranteed;
wages Saturdays; special Inducements to
applicants from distance. Call or write.
Moler Barber College, ltU3 Farnam St.
B k Al
WANTED A gdod barber at once; no
booger or student need apply; 10 per
week guaranteed. Madson, x2tt Main, Fre
mont, Neb. B MW6 i
HOSTLERS, teamsters and canvas men for
Campbell Bros.' shows; ship August 1;
free fare. Sweeney a Employment, 8.
12th St, Omaha. B-408 Al
TIMBER and bridge carpenters, 12.60 per
day, for South Dakota; free fare.
Sweeney' Employment, Hut) S. Uth St.,
Omaha, . , B u Al
WANTED A veterinary surgeon. Buch
heif, Grand Island. Neb. German pre
Itrred. ' BMa01 1
rVANTED Coal miner and machine run
ners, W yoming; bridge man, surface gang
and extra gang, Wyoming and Nebraska;
coal shoveiers, Colorado division B. ft M. ;
coal shovelers and laborers, U. P. H. R.
Western R. U. Labor Agency, 810 So. 11th.
WANTED, salesman to sell grocer pe
claltlea to the retail grocery trade In
Omaha, and vicinity for a Chicago house;
experienced man or grocery oierk pre
ferred. Address 8 16, car Lord 4
Thomas, Chicago, s --Ws A3
WANTED at onoa, traveling aalesman to
Bell axhsndles in the state of Mebraaka;
lb per cent commission allowed; mum give
reterence. Th land-tthved Handle Co.,
Campbell. Mo, . - ils!9
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
vVANTED, two . young lady students to
learn hairdresslng, manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writ Room 230, Bee Blug. C 9S
Call Canadian office, 16th & Dodge.
tVANTED, lady cook. Eureka Restaurant
1604 Cass Bt C 700
WANTED, a girl for general housework;
mall family. Mr. Hall 2216 Bherman
tVANTED. competent girl for housework,
Mrs. M. E. Dumonl, 3ei Latayslte Ave.
rVANTED Girl to do plain Ughthous
, work. t)S vavenpori. iiw
WANTED Girl for
3913 Maaon Bt.
A GOOD laundress at one at Creche, 19th
and Harney. c az-
rYANTED At once, experienced book
keeper for tempurary position. Address,
03, Bee. . . ' v, ii
ARE YOU a Catholic and unemployed?
Be me. hlixenbaugn, ouo war diock.
WANTED, good girl for housework; refer
ence required; four .In. family; good
. wages. 311 W oolwurth av. C Mbi
WANTED, an elderly lady, educated and
rt rtned. to assist In care of Invalid lady
and her home; will be treated aa one of
the family; best of reference, required.
Addras JJox . umana, I,,.eo-cM815 v
FOR RENT HOUSES.
VANS and baggage wagon. TaL.UM.
LIOI 1CCC V. prt of city. Tne -.
UUUOCO Davl Co., 608 Be Bldg.
..iv . -a 1J (UB
tO MOVE Tight gef Omaha Van Storage
Co.; office lill4 farnam, or j.isv iu-w.
EE PAYNE, BO 8T WICK 4 CO. for cholo
bouse. oi-x . x. un xuug. '.;
. - : . . D 104
MAGGARD Van Storage Co.
HOUSES, tc. F. D. W'ead, 1634 Douglaa.
D07 SPENCER ST., 10-room houe. with
aa. bath, furnace and barn; nit loca
tion: rent 130. Wm. K. ' Potter, receiver,
Omaha Loan and Trust Co., 3u3 Drown
block. ' D-iot
k?J0"BURT JT.', tooms, modern 830; 4318
Farnam, 8 rooms, modern ana Darn, -o
SuuS Mason, 8 rooms, modern; 1568 N. 3oih
4 rooms, 110. Others. Rlngwalt Bros.
Barker Blk. D-ora
ROUSES and flat. Rlngwalt. Barker block.
FOR RENT. Urg -roem
water. 15, 29"2 Blundo
7-roora house, 16J3
W.l.l, , , UIUIIUU. , 1 ..VUWV, .1M
N. X2d. )5. Th Omaha. Realty Co., lJul
Douglaa Bt r , D7m
L'NEQUALED, central, all modern. 7-roora
w. . . . . , ' ... ,1 . . .m. v yj 1 .1
HOUSES, stores. Bemls. Paxton block
1813 N. JTH ST.. T rooms, bath. gas. bsrn
rent Uju. Wm. K. Putter, receiver. Omaha
laa and Trust Co.. 3u3 Brown block.
GOOD modern l-room house.
FOR RENT, excellent six-room cottage. 31d
ana California streets. In gooa r!ir
choice neighborhood; ISL Including water
rent. Inquire at twl N. 19th street or 607
MnDKRN house. room. I7M ,Tckoti Ft
Wheeler 4k Wheeler, Douglaa and lMh St
Tel. 184. D-M868
UtOOM all modern house, ROT Sherman
Ave., a fine one. 427.
7-roora, all modern, 1001 N. HMh St., another
nne one, iju. u. hi. lurxington, s b.
3123 CHARLES, four-room cottage: rent
til. Wm. K .Potter, receiver, Omaha
Loan and Trust Co., 9 Brawn block.
When You Write
remember it omy takes am extra atroke at
two of the pen to mention tka laet that
you saw me aa m ice B
TWO modern brick house, nearly new,
each nine rooms and laundry, fc nd JM1
Bouth 29th Ave., facing park, on street
... nne, iuir laiiuu. di , m,
ards. llli B. lid Bt. D-MSW
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FOR RENT. I
12-room, stone, modern residence, Utt Cass ures, mining, speculation, etc Many pro
fit. , J.iO. fees tha glit of clalrvoyancy and neoro-
B-room modern brick residence, 3007 Pacific mancy. lew Indeed are so gifted. On
St.. J visit to a genuine nrlestess of occultism
S-room modern residence, Itft B. tlst St, I
s-room modem resldenca ana barn, lfo
Blnney Bt.. 1.1a.
(-room modern residence, IIS B. tvth Ave.,
l-room modern brick residence, 361 N. ttth
. BKB.iN NAN-LOVE CO., SOt S. Itth St.
D 467 81
Fl'RNISHED house for rent: all modern
convenience, lit Davenport St
. . D-797 Al
NEW (-room modern cottage, nice lawn
and neighborhood, enameled Iron bath.
gaa; one block from car; jM. 1U N. 26th.
inquire ciewara. u MiUb
FOR REXT-FIR3ISHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT rooms, finest location In-th
city. I9uu capliol Ave. o-atwift
DEWEY European hotel, Uth and Farnam.
Jlr 1 10
11 PER WEEK, 42J S. 18th St, on. block I
aouth of court hou
w . . . L. . . - it. ma I
FURNISHED, cool room, modern, 2011
Harney. E 777 A
KOOMS, first-class location. 2224 Farnam.
NICELT furnished front rooms for light
UVUoCltvDyuil. AtOAV JVUUIM 17 1,
E 486 31
FURNISHED rooms for rent. 1814 Wbter.
E M944 Ai-
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodg.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
Merrlam, comfortable summer horn. Tel. 86,
board. Th Albany, 2101
NICE front room, modern, walking dls
tanoe, handy to all cars. 1819 Burt St.
UTOPIA. 1721 Davenport St.
F 667 A2S
DESIRABLE south room, with board. 2o2
. wtn. r Ki Al
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney, large parlor.
single or ensuite; aiso smaller rooms;
rates reasonable. irmt am
SOUTHEAST front room,
modern, vuu a. zvui dc.
FOR RENT UNFURNUHBD ROOMS.
DESK room space. 85 rer month: around
Farnam street; no expense for light, heat
or janitor service. R. C. Peter at Co.,
rental agent. Bee building. U 116
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Th building formerly occu
pied oy ine nee at Dib f arnam Bt. It
has four stories and a basement which
was lormeriy usea as Tha Bee press room.
i uis win ue rented vary reasonably, if
imereaiea apply at once 10 J. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Be building.
FOR RENT Store In ftrst-clas location:
i reasonable. Apply K. c feter 4k
wo., grouna noor. Be Blag. l MS
FOR EBN'T-Desk room or large apao
suiiKDis ior mercnanais oroker or party
quire tiene Co., 816 farnam street.
WANTED Canvassing agent In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
. .. A . . I . 1 . 1 . ,
Bi"uj riiiinuynnBi, v iin ensured gooa in-
come. Agents in the country with hors
vol,. t..nj uqiiiiu, l,.IIVM."ri
make easily 60 to tlOO per month. Ad
ores, century Farmer Solicitors Bureau.
xi ce puiiuing, usuuis. f an
SOMETHING NEW I I Jut out. Send for
sample, combination Door Knob and Bell.
No cutting; or ruining the door. Put on
any door ln a moment. No batteries to
worry about. No springs to wind. Noth-
ina to get out oi order, own ydvir own
bell. No landlord to trouble. Prlc and
Bell absolutely guaranteed. Send 11.60
for sample. Agent wanted. WESTERN
ELECTHICAL COMPANY, 1313 Farnam
Direct, umana, ieo. J 71
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED 8 to -room house, good loca
tion, oy nrsi-ciass tenant.
to 8-room house, furnished, located ia th
West Farnam street district, by th. 1st
of Rentember. bv best of parties.
W. FARNAM SMITH CO., 1330 Farnam Bt
WANTED to rent. T or 8-room modern
house, within walking distance, not over
330 per month, r- M, Bee. K MK24 f
WANTED TO BUT.
WANTED 1.000 old feather beds: highest
cash prices paid. Addreaa. A. B. Mack,
general delivery, Omaha. Mall order at
tended to. M4H Al
FOR SALE FURNITURE
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. TeL
20. Mew ana conanana, nougnt, oia,
exenangea. . u i3U
DINING room furniture. Some odd piece
and kitchen war. (or aaie. zuu Dougis.
11 mi... r 1
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
1 TOP CARRIAGES. 4 ohaetons. other ton
and open buggies, picifler, t&x Leaven-
worm. 1- MS10 JLt
REMEMBER. Harry Frost put tire on
ana nxes venicie. ittn ana ieavanwortn.
FOR SALE, a few wall broken saddle and
work horse. Apply today te Jo Kcque-
val, Buffalo Bill's Wild Wast, 30th and
Paul. . fuJi i
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
white sawdust: season checked oak tim
ber, cheap; hog feuce, etc. 8U1 Douglaa.
FOR BALE Phonographs; superior to any
other musical inktrumeni; an up. in.
Wlttman Co., 1&!1 Famam. Q 723
NEW and secondhand typewriters. Ill Far
inn 8TTI.E8 trusses: eatalocua fr. Sher
man 4 McConnell Drug Co., llth and
Dodge, Omaha. Q 734
INDIAN good and relic.
VIM puncture-proof tlr, 34.96 and 17.00 per
pair, omana Bicyci .o., win ana 111-
cago Bta. Q-736
3D HAND safe ch
i p. Derlght, Hit Pa mo in.
Vi'i R aaa fixtures aa Sam'l Burn.
. . . C 730 A6
L- M. E. always hurry.Tsl. 780. G-MSM
EDISON phonograph. 110, 3?0 and 130;
moulded records, sue each, or IS per doa ! I
new wheels, 115 up; Idsand, 86 up. Omaha
Bicycle C, lets ana cuuage ta
POM BALE MISCELLANEOUS. '
I WILL receive bids for the sal ef the
Httr at fisher perking, nouses, inciua-
ln tha machinery or without. I will also
receive bids for the machinery aeparately,
bids to he in ty August . Address no in.
etrth at C. G. Fisher. y M814
MRS. FRITZ. Clairvoyant 1014 Cass Ft
HUE. OTLMEU, Omaha's celebrated
palmist, has returned to the city alter
an extended journey throughout tha
country and Is now at the present ad
drees, IIS 8. 16th St., Oranlte block.
MRS. DR. EDWARDS OF CHICAGO.
the greatest clairvoyant, trance medium I
,nd pamUn of tne e guarantee satlsfac-
tton or no charg f6r reading. If there I
anything you want to know, any desire of 1
your heart ungratinea, consult tins guiea
woman, whose power haa mystified th
most skeptical. All affairs of life, love,
marrlAee. hiielneas. lawautta. burled treas
will repay you for many disappointments.
Don't miss this opportunity. Your Ufa
will be mad brighter, happier and a path
marked out mat win ieaa you te success.
1U BOUTH 17TH ST.. NEAR DODGE BT.
Letter answered. All business strictly
confidential. , B783iU'
ELECTRICAL TREATS EMT, t .
MME. SMITH, baths, 11N. IS, Id floor. H.I,
T" WTAU A C
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 16th. R. 7.
1 las JLXM
HAIRDRESSINO, manicuring and chirop
ody, ror tadiee only, in connection win
1 he Batnery, UH-iM Be Bldg. uai
PR1VA1E hosbltal before and during 6on-
nnemeni; oaoies aaopiea. , mus uram ot.
Mrs. uardeis. Tel. t -Libi. viu
RUPTURE permanently curd In 80 to 60
. . . . . . . . . n j
aays; sena lor circular, yj, a. woo a, u. u.,
Ml XM.w Xork Lit Bldg., omana, Neb.
VIAVA, woman's way to health. Home
treatment Booklet tree. 846 Bee ttklg..
omana. . u Jit
GRAMOPHONES anA supplies, whofesal
and retail. Collin tf&no Co., l&i- Doug
las, u .
CHIROPODY a specialty, tn connection
wltn 1 ha Bathery, room !U-, Bee Bidg.
'let tils. . u 73
BHAMPOOINO and halrdrs1rur. 25c. In
connection with mo Bathe ry, UA-Xiu Be
Duuaing. Tel. iyis. u 737 .
DR R M JirK4rN ronm A PVotiTer I
u":- P' JACKSON, room 4, Frenxer
block, chronic diseaaea a soeclalty: con
sultatlon free. U 738
TEL. 780 for L. M. E, messengers.
I ELITE PARLORS, 16 8. 16th St., 3d floor.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, td floor, R. 1
U M30 AW"'
When You Write ,
remember it oiiiy take au extra atrok or
two of th pen to mention th fact that
you aaw iu aa in X a Be.
HANDSOME baby boy and girl for adop-
...... llliW n.HfnMla T .UfiM- -f
MONEY TO LOAN RELAL ESTATE.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha, regj I
estate. Brennan-Lov Co.,' 308
B. 18th. I
W 739 I
H PER CENT on business property.-
6 per cent on residence property.
Option to pay whole or part any ttm.
. -. :, Wr-744.-
WANTED, dty loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith 4 Co. 1320 Farnam fit .
FARM sod city loan, low rata. W, H.
nomas, rirsi i au Bank Biog. .Tel. 1IH8.
... W 743 -
WANTED, city and farm loan.; aiso bond
and warrants. R. C. Peter
Famam St, Bee Bldg.
. W 743
LOW RATES. Private money.
Main Floor, New York Life Bldg. '
16 PER CENT loan.
Garvin Bros., 1604
1 PRIVATE money. L. Wead. 1524 Doug a
i , , . . ,
tl0 UP; low rate. Prtchard, 713 Frnam.
Sherwood, SS7 N. Y, L,
... W 748
4H TO I P. C. money.
Berat. Paxton B.k.
CONCERNING th tat of affair of atate
1 ceeire to .tat mat in this state and
very otner stat ' .
THE STOECKER CIGARS
are tha most legitimate article on th
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS.
We have it to loan In amount from tlO.OO
up on furniture, pianos, warehouse re
ceipis, uva siock, etc. we aiso mm
without mortgage or indorser to persons
who hay a permanent nosttlon.
W give you th full amount of tha loan
in cask and we ao not charge ror making
paper or filing mortgage. With us you
have th option of keeping th money for
on month or six, or longer, and you need
not bay for it lonrer than vou keen It.
W hop by thl advertisement to have
you give o a trial and wa expect to re
tain your, patronage by fair treatment.
The motto of our erace is "Try to Please.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
.lit Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. X2S6.
tEatabiisnea uui sue bo. isth Bt.
'. X 755
SHORT ROUTE TO PAY DAY.
Loans to salaried people
UPON THEIR PLAIN NOTE.
No mortgage, Indorser or publicity.
These loans made quickly and quietly.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Room Sua- Third Floor. Paxton Block.
- - ' .' X 750
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding bouse, etc.. without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices in rin
clpal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg. . 1 X 16I
Chattel and Salary Loana
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,'
Successor to J. W. Tavloe.
Tel. T46. 633 Paxton Block:
LOANS, household furniture, pianos and
all kinds of chattel security; terms to
suit; no publicity, goods, remain ln-your
possession. American Lean C., 3d 4not,
raxioa diooa. a, it
MONEY loaned en plain note 4o salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
tit raxton block, ine J. a. Mutton Co.
- - X-r764
MONEY loaned on furniture, live rtock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley lx4h
CO., sue to nun ureen, 8 Barker block.
, X 766
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, norsea, cowa, etc 1;. w. need, 319 a. u.
WHOLESALE bakery for aals. good loca-
lion ana gooa traae: tailing neaitn ia rea
son for celling; new brick oven Addresa
Box 616. Geneva, Neb. Y M337
TO GET In or out of buslnssa csll en Wil
liam Room 411. McCaau building.
. - Y-768
FOR SALE, eontectlooery-reataurant, doing
good buslnk In live town; will invoice
about 64u0; investigate; failing health
compels a sal. A dares P. O. box 2a6,
A BUSINESS MAN
Can aclvilr controlling Interest In a profit-
able and ran rtlv Increasing legitimate
manufacturing business, Capital required
2X to 65,ono. This Is worth Investlgat
Ing. J. II. Johnson, N. T. Uf.
WHEN you want to buy, aell or exchange
your business or property quick, sue i.
H. Johnson,' M3 rt. x. uts, x u,w
TO BUT, soli or exchange a business, call
on C. J. Canan, R. S, lolT rimim Bt.
When You Write
remember It oaiy take, hn extra stroke or
two of the pen to me
you saw tb gd In Th.
mention tu tact na
BAKERY FOR SALE.
A fin bakery, nicely located, doing a coed
paying business; larip reiau traae. it
will pay you to Investigate this. Address,
S 61, Bee. . . , , X w
MAN with 13.000. Interest given In a splen
did business proposition. Address, b 24,
V 463 II
FOR SALE Meat msrket doing tl.SOO worth
or business ner month: reason ror selling.
old age and want to retire. Address, Box
aua. council Blurts, la. x mb aj
i HARDWARE Stock. I3.S00 to 14,500. Ad
dress, W, J, peering, carroii. la.
GENERAL merchandise stock for sale.
Oberlender & Ryan, Coleridge, Neb. Stock
about tv.ocio. win sell an or nair- nan
rash, balance on one year's time. Doing
good buslnesa in good town in best farm
ing country in nortnensiern roenrasHa.
Reason for selling good.
Y 682 A3
MILLINERY tock for. gal, cheap. Ad
dress Aliie coe, Kanaoipn, rco.
X MtCl 14-
FOR 8 ALE, wood, coal, ice and feed busi
ness; gooa town, gooa ousiness, out poor
health. A. B. Lake, bnenanooan, la.
A GOOD baying business to exchange for
property, either city or country; win Dear
cloeeat Investigation. Address T 66, Be
office. . x m&zj ?
EXCHANGE General merchandise. Invoice
ill.ow, for land or rancn; other stocks;
list your property with tne. T. M. CHne,
1238 O Bt., Lincoln, Neb.
Z M624 A3
810.000 TO 115.000 stock of general merchan-
ais to exenange tor iana ana one-mira
cash. Address, AX., BhtcKiay, iseo.
, - 4 Mt64 a"
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR A FEW DAYS OF
phofkhty nkar high bthikil
PROPERTY NEAR HIGH SCHOOL.
tl. W0 Practically new house: good east
ironi lot: iso. si n. zota tn., 1 diock
south of Crelghton College, on car line.
H,8u0 6-room bous and, fine lot on paved
3,000 For small house and fine lot, aouth'
west corner 3bth and Chicago Hts.
1676 each for two Ana buUdlng lots on t2d
Bt., a blocks norm 01 iiign scnooi.
Paving and all special taxes paid in full
on all th above.
GEOflGE 4 COMPANY, 1801 Farnam St
xv cj vjv ax
SNAP! Elegant modern S-room brick
dwelling. Kountse Place, 13.799. worth
66,000. lrranklln J. Griffon, 713 N. Y. Life.
.. rtj jata AiS
BEE PAYNE, BOSTWICK A CO. for cholc
V I KT
Li's tii j t.i
- . . RE 761
CHARLES E.. 1201
. :. 1 itit 762
HOU8E8 arid lots In all part of city; , alap
acre pr2PertK. ana Srm 'aids. Th O. .
vvm 1,0., iwgui dm xiee BUiiaing.
A MONTHLY payment bargain In 8-roora
- RE M5J6
GEORGE O. Wallace, real estate, mort-1
l o a a t ran 1, 1 Itiinrinaa Wrnwn .lr,.lr
. . itB, IM
RANCH and farm lands for .al. by the
Union Paclno.' Railroad company. B. j
MeAllester, land commissioner, Union Pa-
cioo -.wsaaquarters, umana. Men.
' . . ! . KB 786
WHY PAY, RENTT OWN YOUR HOME!
See th Industrial Home Company of I
America, Best plan on earth! Otllce, 221
Board ot Trade Bias., i umana. k. m.
Wilde, manager, RE M237 A18
840 ACRES. miles northwest of Irvlnr-
ton; ail unaer cuiuvauon ana nret-ciuss
land. Price. S6& an acre, if you are look
ing r a farm don t fall to let us show
vou this. 'The, Byron Reed Co. (Sola
Afcems), 312 B, 14U1 Bt,. . ' . RE 61430
HOUSES,, lot, farms, ranch, loans; also
fire lnsuranc. Bmu, paxton block.
. - - RE 766
WANT to sell quick a 6-room-cottage at
3117 Gractl aa, sewer, water, lot 36-ft
1 1 VI 14. USII II fAW.
, Y. Lit. 'Phon 1294.
front: barn; 6i,zoo. W; it. Gates, en is.
KfcJ MtiO 1
FOR SALE SO acre land, near Florence,
ii.wAv i i na J. f . vavia co., vxs Bee Bldg,
FOR SALE Hou, with on and one-halt
acres land, near street car, i,aoO. The O.
F. Davl CO., 608 Be Bldg. RE 667 A6
I RANCH 8.000 acres deeded; section school
land lease; 600 acre under plow; grass to
cut 600 tons hay; 6 miles government
range front; 7 Inexhaustible wells: 6
pumping outfits: 900-barrel tankage; 13
EilE. fenci and i coVral" 70 ac". tinted
tTmberf ho'us tbe.hed. "rtlSw?
T. P. keston,' Bartle'tt, eb
RE 796 A6
TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN ALFALFA FARMS.
320 acres In Dawson county near Overton,
Neb..- on main Una Union Pacific Ad.
Joining farm held at 126 per acre, no bet
ter, urns farm oniy id per acre, H.auu,
A big snaD. Will be taken soon.
168 acres in Lincoln county 4 miles north-
west of North Platte. A very fine al-
falfa -farm: 80 acre now ln alfalfa. This
farm properly stocked with bogs will pay
mors net Income than any 113,000 farm In
lowa. mce only M,ftu.
I Writ u for full particular and w. will
aend you a copy of
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
"Th Alfalfa Land , Men."
' ' - " RE M799 6
FOR BALE, by W. H. Green, 405 N. Y. Life
bidg., a few nrst mortgages, bearing 1
per cent, on irrigated farms.
j ..Kr.-. r.s -!., .: .- RE M816 I
tUi.' !!a. '
DR. PRIES, the asknowledged leading
specialist ln diseases of women in Omaha,
would, call the . attention . of suffering
ladiee-to his unsurpassed accommodation
before and during eonfmeraent and his
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp.
Dr. Pries, Arlington Block. 1513 Dodge,
GID. E 4 ALICE JOHNSON, osteopatha.
: Suit 61b, N.--..X. Lit JJUlgt. Tel. 16M.
v. v, ' ' " . ' ;. ' . . . 1 771
DR. A. T. HUNT, 612 McCague Bldg. Tel.
X3&Z, - . 774
MRS GRACE DEEGAN. 638 Be building.
Tel. DM. it A14
SHORTUAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN BANT S achooi. 717 N. T
BOTLE8 college, court fportr principal.
in. 1. Lire. it
NEB. Business 4 Shorthand College. Boyd a
7 heater. 770
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN 4 PRICE. 23 U. B. N l Bk. Bid.
NEB. Collection Co.. r N. Y.
TINNERS AND CORNICES,
E. SAVAGE, tU3 Farnam.
BUYS A LAMBERT
Fast, efficient, durable. Simplest, easiest
to learn, use ami car for.
BUILT FOR BUT1NESS.
Let us show you.
Sent on approval.
MONROB A CO.,
til North 16th St, Omaha.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts, to; collars,
2c: cuds, 4c 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. A-iitu.
EEST laundry. Tha Chicago, 'phone 206.
LOST, bay mar with halter, accompanied
by coiu Return to imh farnam at ror
reward. ' Lost all
LOST, pair of nose glasses, gold mounted.
Deiween l.4tn and farnam ana post grace.
Reward. Return to 1704 Farnam.
Lost 813 II
P. MELCHIOR. 13th and Harney, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make, a ue-
ciaity oi nre escapee, snu iters, aoor ana
safes. 0. Andreen, Prop., 103 S. 10th St
MIXED country scrap, 111; stov plate, 88.
Aipirn, wi r arnam. us
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY. Tele-
phono 2190. 611 South Thirteenth street.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., clean,
cesspo.is and vaults, removes gkrbag and
deaa animal, at reuueed prices. Ctt n. 10.
Tel. Hi. JKO
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; ail business conildtnliai. uui uougia.
TRUNKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP.
Phone 1717. 101 80. 16th
U M. E. hauls trunk. Tel. 780.
OM. Van Stor. Co., I6UV1 Farn. TelS. 1668-861.
PATENTS Sue. 4 Co., Bee Bldg., Omaha;
no te unies. auocessiui; aavio ire.
IL. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam. Tel 1263.
Bena ior price list, cut nowers ana plants.
QUICK nMnger servic. T.I. 1017, -
I ifc A.
il Farnam street.
OMAHA Hay Bale Tl Co., HI North, Hth.
NICKEL PLATING. '
OMAHA Plating Co., Be. Bldg. Tel. 2686.
GRAND Electric Co.. II 4 Jackson, Tel. 3346.
D. W. DUDGEON. 3810 Farnam. Tel. 1166.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds t carpenter work and repair
ing promptly attended to, J. T. OChlttr,
miu lull juw .11,01,, eiv
ICE CREAM SODA.
SARATOGA Ic. Cream Soda, on prlc., 6c:
4n Ua"1 th be,t- B Cor- JfiM?4
O. R. GILBERT CO., Unners, 1434 So. 13th.
I Sharpened, repaired. L L Wks., 1406 Howard
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 ftamf Bldg.
When You Write
remember It only take an extra atrok or
two ot tb pn to mention th fact that
you saw tn aa in in ue.
To Whom It May Concern Notice I here
by given that the Board of Commissioner
of Hock county. Nebraska will, on th
18th day of August, 19u2, and until noon of
that day, receive bids at Bassett, Nebraska,
ror tne construction 01 a oriug crossing
th Nlubra. a river at a point on or near
the half-section line dividing aectlon 80,
north and south, in townshlD 32. ranca 13.
whloh bridge shall be of th following gen.
Of sufficient length to span said river
from bank to bank, including Island, and
about 600 feet; pile and stringer, under
truss, wood bridge: whit oak oiling. 34
feet, 12 Inches at butt and driven at least
34 feet into tn grouna; cent s feet Prt,
piling ice breaks, with railroad iron protec
tion, ana Dents or pnes unaer same pro.
tected by two-inch whit oak plank: string
ers of Oregon nr, 4x13 Inches, laid II Inches
from center to center; 14-100. roadway,
two and one-half-inch White oak plank
YU.S. n"l .le!" '" r" '".c". r;"Hto Indian Rock 1 . boat for mall
high, substantia., card pins, caps on piles one man reiurnea sua us w m ucu
white oak, 13x11;; bridge to b 6 feet above I mental condition that he could tell no .de
low water mark, and to be painted. All .....
mal,r j, tn h nl.r km nr klnri named I
Plans and specifications In county clerk.
All bids must b accompanied by plan
ind apecincationa. and aiso bona aa re
quired by law, and ho bid will be considered
unless accompanied py oonu.
blahl urval tn rvl.rl an V A, all tilrta
By order of the Board of Commissioners
of Rock county. Dated July 1 19uL
u. A, hillblku. couutr 'Terk.
July lidSut M
vnnmitilJI FOR HI'II.DINCI Taf ATE
rials, plumbing and electrical supplies,
hardware. ic.-O. 8. Indian School. Genoa.
Nab.. Juiv xi. uuB. oeaiea urouoseia ta.
dnrsed "Proposals for Building Materials.
etc., and addressed ta the undersigned at
ilaannas Vak aulll bv. I a a V. 1 1 1
' v., vein irtnifru uiv iiKiinn i
School until two o'clock p. m. of August I
mi .Li luiinpiiiiiii aim uniivriui. H
me scnooi. aa reauirea aurins ine nscsi
year ending June to, 19t'8. a quantity of
lumber, tin rooting, builders' hardware,
mlllwork, paints, lime, sand, cement, slate,
a boiler and radiation, pipe and fitting.
filp coverings, electrical supplies, plumb
ng, etc., etc., a full list and specifications
being obtainable at the achooi. idddere
will please state bpeclflcally the proposed
price or eacn article to t ottered under
contract: all articles so offered will be
subject to a rigid Inspection. The right la
reserved to tetect any and all bids or any
part of any bid it demed for the best In
terests of the service. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check or draft
upon aome l mted states aepository or
for at least five rer rent ot the smount
of th proposal, which check or draft
shall be forfeited to th United States In
rase a bidder receiving an award shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory contract
In accordance with his bid, otherwise to b
returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied
by cash In lieu of certified check will not
b considered. ror further information
apply to W. H. Wlnslow, Superintendent
RAILWAY TIMS UkO,
UNION STATION IOTH AND MARCY.
Chlcaajo, Rack Island! Jk Paelne.
Lea vs. Arrlva
1 ' ' v rifiT
Chicago Daylight Llm-
ea a s:oo am a 6 46 am
Chicago Daylight a 1.-Kkam a I 36 pm
Chicago Express ,,..bll:ls am a 6:06 pm
Des Moines Local a 6:30 pm bUOam
Chicago rust Express.. .a 6:0 pm a 1:36 pm
Rocky Mountain Lim
ited .................... ..A 1:60 am a 4:66 am
.Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:80 em a 1:48 am I
Colo.. . Texas. Cai. V .
a 1:10 am a 6:10 pm
a 1:60 pm a I KM am
Bt x"aui umiitu,..,
Minneapolla U St Paul
b VM am bl0: pm
vAl so MiM&tmm ........
OvsNand Limited...,.... 1:40 am a T:0 pm
Fast Mall a 1:60 am a 3:36 pm
lamoroia Aiprai..,,,,.. i. pm
f aClUO CKirw. 1,UW PW
Eastern Exprest. a 4:36 pm
a 7:30 am
Btromsburg Ex b 4:06 pm bll fO pm
Orand island Local to 6:30 pm b 8.36 pm
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Bxpre ... : pm 8:30 am
Bluff. l:lt am
Chloaco 3k Mortkwastorm.
id iMortnwestern uni- .
Fast Chicago a 3 40 am a T:00 am
Mall a 8:00 pm a I 30 am
Local bioux city.. ...... a :iym s:o pm
uarusai bu riu ..a . an. awivixo pm
Daylight Chicago a 1:00 am aU:20 pm
..ui: am a s:v pm
"a ' H pm aW pm
lilltot.m 1 1!2 tm
Fast Chics go... ...
Fast St. Paul a 1:66 pm a 6:60 am
Fast Mall....... : Pm
Local uioux vuy o :n pm, dw:i tin
St Louis Express a 10:00 am (:2S pm
K, C. A 6t L. Ex alo:oC pm a 1:16 am
Ckieaato, buwsms .t. rati
Chleasra Llmltad .a 8:00 pm a 8:06 am
BTJRLINOTON STATION IOTH 3b MASON
Wymore, Beatrlo. aad .
-Ldncoin a s:w am nuwiia
NftKrDRliit EtnraM a s:4u a 7:4a rim
Denver limited a 4:26 pm a 6:46 urn
.-, . 1. 11,11. . T. .
" ' .
ouunu .jLyiee .H4w yiu a e.AW iiii
Flyer i:iu pm
Lincoln Fast Malt. ..b 1:10 pm a 1:17 am
Fort Crook and Platiav
mouth 9 6:w pm du:o gra
Rellevnue 4 Pacific Jct.a7:60 bin a 8:37 am
Baiievu 4 Pactno Jet.. a 1:00 am
KaaMi City. St. JSMSk 3b Caaaai. I
Kansas City Day Ex.. ..a 1.30 am 6:6 pm
Bt Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm ail:16 am
Kansas City Night E.x.mi J pm 8.16 am
a Dally, b Dally xoopt Sunday, o Sun-
I day only. Daily .xoapt Saturday. Dally
Cklcasc Bnrltagtesi 3b tatjsey,
Chicago Special 7:00 am a 4 pm
unicaao veatiouiaa jux.a :vu pm a i.w am
Chloago Local a M am iUj pm
Chicago limitea a :w pm a r.mi am
Fast Mall 3:4 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT UTH 3b WEBSTER
Black Hills. Deadwood.
Hot Springs l.-OJ pm a 1.-00 pm
Wyoming. Casper an.
Douglaa d 1:00 pm 1.-04 pm
Hastings, lorx, uira
Exeter and Seward b 1:00 pm b 1:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and '
Framant v i:w am nivn in
I rreroont Local 0 T40 am
Cblcaao, St. Paal, Mlaaaapolls 4
Twin City Passenrer.... 6:30 am 1:09 vm
Bloux city r-assnger...a 1 pm iu: am
GnMniOB locai : psn s: am
Mlsaaart paelfla. .
Nebraska ' LoeaL Via
Weeping water .......D t:io pm aio: am
Dee Advertising Man
will call on you
to get n Want Ad or
. o llalf Page.
New York-Uotterdam, via. Boulogaa, S. H. r-
New Twln-Borwa s. of i,uuuoasrsfits
- 111 un iit;i . . . , .
IU1BIIUUUI AUf. 1. lllA.lt.
Aug. 1. 10 A U
. 1 .. . . T T -.... V, a... 1d,l Vavnaw.
street; J B. McNally, 1328 Farnam street;
a, Jones,, luus , arnaia sireei latius
Flrt NaUonal baok, Omaha.
Two Wosa.si a Mast Drowse..
FARMINOTON. Me.. July Jl New
reached here today that three person, wer I washabl.'fabrlc ar better and prettier un
drowned ln Kennebago stream, near Moo- I used, a they give a softer and ml-tran
lookmeguntlc lak same tlm last night
A party of two men and two women went
Kaasas City Tragedy.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July II. Fred
Falkenburg, a teamster,, shot and killed his
wife aa aha la aaleen at their horns
I - " '
West Arsenica, a suburb, soms tlm dur
ing the night, and then shot himself. He
cannot recover. Jealousy was the cause.
rbeasleal. Werlu teasollaate.
BALTIMORE. July' It Tbe ChemUal
Kalloa company of Philadelphia ba. bought
I ,n. Baltimore Chrome work, tb. consider
.... . ... .lniiatM
AT MONMOUTH PARR SCHOOL
Mfr .Ami . 31 i
Effort U TiiTcbAM More Ultima for BlU
COMMITTEE IS AGAINST THE PROPOSITION
Ckalrmaa Stabbeadorf Raya tkat tka
Graaaa I Nat Ha til tka
Price Askeal ky Treaeat
Holder I Toa High.
Tb DroDosltlon to curchsae the
th th. pre.-
bous. promises t. crest conslderabls
friction at th. next meeting of the Board
of Education. Th board own. flv. lot.
at tb. present ait. and wbsn It wm ds
termlned to build sn eight-room bous.
on that sit. on of th. member pro
posed adding to th ground tb. Bv lot.
adjoining. The present tract Is 126 by 260
feet and th. proposed addition Is tb. .am.
tlse, with an alley of twenty feet running
between. Should tbe purchase b. mad.
tha alley would be closed and tb. school
ground given frontage of 260 feet. Last
Saturday a committee, of wblcb Fred
Btubbendorf, is .chairman, visited th.
ground and' . decided thst the present
ground I larg . enough for tb. school.
Th. report of th. chairman, which has
th. support ot a majority of th. members,
ba. been prepared. It recommends that
bo purchase b. made, but that th. house
b faced east, th front line to b. 115
feet west ot th at lln. of th. lot. Th
alshtv bv elshtr feet, and tb. committee
k.ii. that thla would leav. .ufflclent
playground for th. chlldr.n.
- Price Is Toa High.
Tha principal reason for th. report .a
var.A tn (he nurrhsss Is th. Price asked
fof tle aaj0jning prop.rty, th. owner w.nt-
I -n . nfl .EAA - 1H, W HMMD.
ing jS.ouu, or vovv m ". "
wb6 Is . member of th commute., took
up th. negotiation with th. owner, and
U1I6 was tb best prlc. h. could ecur.
I . .w L -m
Mr. Homan Is In favor of th purcbas of
I . - .iH.n.l mnnit en it It la understood
1 . -
I that at th. next meeting 01 m
I will Introduce a minority report providing
I ... .v. ...v.... 1. .nit. nf th resort ot
'"r .u. T.r.
Johnson, another member of tbe committo.
I Is In favor of purchasing th lot 11 tney
CM htt .ecured tor 1300 a lot, whll. Robert
I oi.fc 1. ,nnn. ne as much as 13.000
1 ,a . .
tor mem, ouv win go o u'budi
VT Dtxhh.Milnrr nnt onlv oblsct to tb.
1 . . . .v. , . v...
P"e' DUl 1B0 lo ln" -"" -
I blay ground for th. school children aout
1 t!n immedutly upon a .trt car lln.
1 . . . . .1 ....
"is wouia upon Ames av.nu-.
1 that In audition to paying in pnoe vi
I found th board would bay. to flgur. upon
the grading necessary to put th. land tn
I shape befor. they can 'estimate tb. cost to
I ... . .A .hi. tit .ka ttut rnet nro-
th board, and this will mak. tha coat pro-
"Th board Is facing a certain deficit.
he said, "and w must not nscsssarily in
creass it. ii the land wr aeoeasary Z
wonldt not stand on th. matter. of a hun
dred dollars mora or less, but w do not
need it. We can buy land much nearer th.
center of town for less money, but that U
asid from tb. question, as wa do not need
tb. property. A minority report will not
I prevail, a a majority of th members ef
I . . ... . ... r . .
i to board win susisia to. committ. in
members of which have carefully inquired "
Into th. conditions."
Pay s Tribste to . Sehlay.
BALTIMORE! July' SL In a letter ac
cepting, the appointment of tb. vioe pres
idency of th. Schley Triumphal Arch as
sociation, recently, organised. In. this city
to erect an enduring monument to th
admiral. Cardinal Olbhons aays:
"Admiral Schley's victory shed glory en
I our .tat. and I cheerfully Accept the posi
tion assignee to me, earnestly Hoping mat
th. patriotic enterprls. will meet with a
hearty response from. th. cltlsen. ot Mary
land." .. ..
all 09 T Ptaea Ktakaei 1ee.
32.36 sad 40 bast.
Womas's two-plec bishop ley. 4131; to
b. mad with r without th fitted lining
Nothing marks tb. date of a costume a.
surely as the sleeves. It tfcey b correct
and up-to-date the entire gown will take on
aa air ef amartnees other wis unknown.
Th. stylish model illustrated is admirable
in every way and Is well adapted to re
modelling as well a. to tb. making of new
waist. The fact that It 1. cut Is two piece
make It possible to uee th pattern for
cutting ever aleevee. of the smaller bishop
type with only th. addition of such extra
material a I usually to be found among
the left-over piece. When extra length is
needed K can d. carefully placed en and
tb fact entirely hidden from view by a
Judicious use of ' trimming. Lace applied
ever the material, embroidery used ia the
same way and" 'band e( all- sorts ar in
vogue. By trimming the elesves above the
cuff the necessary, seams caa be concealed
ortillA n Mitlr.lv hahlfinahlA fo la aTi -
talned. . ' .
Th. sleeve ta cut ln two piece, th full
I upper which drop over the cuff and tb.
narrow under portion. When made of silk,
wool and th. like or qf any material that
arlll nit rawuitra. frrwiiiant latindarine it
b pvM fluj nnlr4f
1 that serves to bold the puff ta place but
parent effect that I exceedingly attractive.
I the lining t carefully shaped and will be
i found ajj . excellent foundation for " fancy
sleeves ot any sort. .. .
To cut these lvee ia tb medium else
l yard, ef material II Inehea wide, 14
yards IT, It or 44 inch wld will b. r.
Th. pattern 4183 is cut la thre. elses,
small, corresponding to 33-lnch; medium,
at I ,raarvMdlne to 88-inch, and lares, eerre-
I ' - -
- I tpoBdlng te iO-lnok bust measure.
For the aenomraodetlota ot Tb Ba ral
r. these patterns, which usually retail at
frpm U to 60 cents, will be furnished at a
omlnal price. 10 cents, which covers all
S3 pens. in orosr lo awi a jiaera vms-
- I .lo. 10 cents, giv. number aad BAax el
I . . a .4 Imat asaaaara.
ri. i. U. Bldg. . D 19.
Alexanaria, xseo. 1 aius l'
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