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H. B. BOYLES, President
New York Life Omaha.
CUT-RATE TICKETS everywhere. P. H.
Philbln. 1505 Farnam and opp. Colon sta.
Uon. Teis. 764 and 16. 3. R 9.3
TRY KELLY 8 TOWEL. SUPPLY. Tel. 3130.
CITY dAVLNGS BANK pays 4 per cent.
EAOLE Loan Office ; reliable, accommoda
ting; all business confidential. 13ol Douglas.
ANTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co.. 621 N.
16th. Tel. 1779. It 9S2
PUBLICITY DESIGNS WHEATON. In the
Bee Bldg. R 9t4
BIGN PAINTING 8. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
II XV. M'Vta, Plumber, 1124 N. 28th. Tel.
3747. - R-6
STANDARD FILTER8 Huber. Tel. 8913.
1301 Fornam. - R 9&S
STOVE & FURNACE REPAIRS
'I'.'i. mo. Loi Doug. Uiumu btuve itep. vt Ks.
P. MF.LCHOIR, machine works. 13th or.d
THE Omaha Warehouse Co.. . Joti;
'phone 13i6; mdse. storage and forward: :nr
1IELIN & CO., TAILORS, 317 6. 15th.
OMAHA PLUMBING CO., Tel. 3S46. John
Morrlasey, Mgr. Res. Tel. 3914. R M650
CITY, STEAM LAUNDRY
' 211 S. 11TH. 'PHONE 254.
Way carry your soiled linen? Our wagons
call and deliver same. Bills collected
UKUO stores bought and sold, every
scaie, apeclai plan. F. V. Knits l, K. P.,
(01 N. X. L. bldg. Y 92-i
ABBOTT-COWAN CO.. 1st Nat. Bk. blilg.,
can get you In or out of business. Y 9M
BHOLES-ARMSTRONG Co., 722 N. Y. Life.
Tel. ill. Y m
TO get In or out of business, or If you want
to buy or aell real estate see Omaha
Heal Estate and Business Cbanca Agency,
406 N. Y. Hie bldg. Y 996
FOR SALE Bootblack stand; aee Robert
Levere, Packers National bank
FOR BALE Stock O. M., invoice $8,000 to
J,uOO, In growing town; no trade; Al
business $.6,000 annually; good reasons
for selling; 10 per cent discount from
cost price; call on or address C. F. Cal
houn, Springfield, Neb. Y M198 SO
SIX-ROOM furnished flat; call In after
noon. 1112 Farnam. Y M935 i9x
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your property or business quick, see J. 11.
Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. TPbono L2270.
FOR BALE Dairy. 6th and Locust.
FOR RENT A brick mercantl.a building,
one door south of posi office; luige enough
to hold ana aisplay from i5,o0u to .o.uuo
stock of general merchandise. AUUieaa
Lock box 66, Gothenburg, Neb.
WANTED, A RESPONSIBLE PARTY BY
MANUFACTURER OF A STAPLE LINE
to put In a stock of their goods in Omaha,
and also one tor all cities. Supply the
retailer or consumer as you desire. Our
lino is extensive and very profitable' for
j i. ii to handle. But small capital required
to hturt. We render you every assistance
t'i assure success. Address D. HAWKINS,
Tort Dodge. Ia. Y M968 4
- FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
tCoND-ilA.ND sure cneap. Derlghl, 1U9
i' ai nam. Q It
loO KINDS of Mineral Water. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. y 165
1- OK SALE Several scholarships In a first
cluaa standard school In Omana, compris
ing complete course in Dullness, short
hand anu typewriting. Inquire at Bee oi
flce. y 862
TELEPHONE poles, long fir timbers,
cheap chicken lence: 901 Douglas. Q 10.
Sewing machines, 75o week.
We repair and sell parts
for every muchlne manuiuctured.
Second-hand machii ea
from $6.00 to 10.OO.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
'Pl.one 10C3. corner loth and Harney,
FOK BALK Solid oak and mahogany-top
bar. I. or cushlrr's fixture. In good condi
tion, at a burgaln Address C. C Rose,
water, room loo Bee Bldg. Q 824
1ILECTRIC nickel In slot, Peerless piano
players- and Retina music boxes, big
money makers, cheap for cash or tin o
bchmollor & Mueller, 1313 Farnam. Tel Klji
x Q 16!t '
TWO HEAVY 8TEEL HORIZONTAL
TUBULAR BOILERS FOR SALE
Two boilers, 100 horse power, which have
been used but six years; made of firebox
steel, triple riveted, butt and strap joints
Insurance company permits of pressure
of 126 pounds. They are now in use and
can bo seen at boiler house rear of Bee
building. Can be delivered about August
25. Coll or address XV. H. Bridges, engi
neer, Beo building, Omaha. Q M9o2
COUPLETS lino new ana 2d-hand furnt
turo. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge
Tel. 2020. Q ltS
FOR SALE, Iron bedstead, chairs, kitchen
table and other articles of household fur
niture. 9o4 6. 83d. Q MlttO i
GO TO DIAMOND Loan Office for loans:
bargains In goods In pawn. 1401 Douglas
POOL TAB LE8 and show cases, 1407 Har
nay 8t. o mi?
AUTOMOBILE-1,00 new Shelby, 2 or 4
passengers, with top, 60. H. E. Fred-
ucasun. idv4 i.pi(vi avo. y M713 Os
BEST' furnished flat In Omaha lease and
furniture cheap. Inquire at u6 N. 16th.
FINK harness and saddles, trunks, bags
all leather suit case $J. Alfreu on,
1210 Farnam. Q M118 Oil '
KHERSON oats, from experiment station
extra early; drouth proof: (0u a bu. Wil
liam Hupp, Clearwater, Neb.
FOR BALE Two well broke riding ponies
3128 Chlcsgo at. Q-M664 Otx
FOR SALE Five-legged dog; a curiosity?
For particulars address lock box 274.
Macedonia. Ia, Q M0 29x
' FOR BALE I-story barn, rear 13 8 Pth.
P. D. We art. Q-M6 29
OFFICE desk and chair, cheap If tsken
inia wera. mi is. x. i-.it e. y M900 Wx
FOR SALE Qsrrvet base burner used on
year, nice, ij. km ooutn rrxtt at.
WANTED MALE HELP
. FALL TERM NOW OPEN
Omaha Commercial College,
17th and Douglas Sts.,
New classes m u.. ..!... .ist t'me
to begin litem ciium n-iiumwr a. bend
lor liee t-aiaiogue. Andreas,
ROHHBOLOil ill.v.i., uinaha, Neb.
WANTED, a few active professional men,
merchants or salesmen of ability who de
sire to bettei their financial condlilon, to
handle certain special, strictly new, mod
ern, attractive investment policies. Guar
anteed by an establish d olu Line Life
Insurance Co. Extra liberal remuneration
Is ottered to the right parties replying
promptly. Great chance lor advancement.
1 lease state qualitiratlona and income re
quired on commission or salary basis.
Address P. O. Box 1044. Omaha, Neb.
B Md 21
WANTED A dry goods salesman at O.
Wlebe A Bona, Beatrice, Neb.
B M607 29
MOLER Barber college, 1302 Douglas street,
teaches barber trade In short time; spe
cial Inducements to distant applicants;
positions waiting graduates; top wages
paid. Call or write for particulars.
DRUG employes, mnnagers. salesmen, etc..
for any state. F. V. Knlest, R. P.. TGl
N. Y. L Bldg. B 97
MEN TO LEARN barber trade; free rail
road fare upon our failure to convince
you of this being the BEST and only te
llable, most practical barber college In
the United States. Write for catalogue
tr.day. Western Barber's Institute,
Omaha, Neb. B M:67
WANTED Four boys with bicycles; steady
worn; gooa salary, iu Boutn lstn bi.
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY-Able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 36;
citizens of United States, of good charac
ter and temperate habits, who speak,
read and write English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer, 13th and
Douglas Sts., Omaha, Lincoln, Neb., or
Sioux City, Ia. B-MJ97
WANTED Two city salesmen at once. C.
F. Adams Co., 1619 Howard St. B-657
WANTED Young man to learn stenog
raphy during spare time. Good salary
when competent. Address E. C, this
WANTED, a collector and solicitor. Call
621-2 Paxton block. b mum
CASH 30Y8 WANTED Must be over U
years of age. Apply at once, Miss bmo
Miller, main offices, The Bennett Co.
B 911 29x
WANTED Two laborers at once. Apply
to Superintendent, Bee Bldg. B M9.2
WANTED Youne man for store work.
Thompson, Belden & Co. - B 974 28
We have high-grade positions for men and
women of ability.
If you are capable, call or write for list
or vacancies. II not, save your time
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASSN.,
840 N. Y. Life. B M201 29
GROCERY clerk wanted; young man with
reierence, v.. w. onrauer, inin una
Blondo. B M190 29
WANTED Clerk for office work; must be
quirk nnd accurate at figures. Address
B 63. Bee. B-977 28x
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 OIRLS; Canadian office, 16th and Dodge,
O. K. Amorlcan-German employment office.
Oldest, most reliable in omana. lo.i
Dodge. C M3D0 Ofi
WANTED Ladles to learn hairdressing,
wailing graduates; beat paying work a
lady can do; $12 to 315 weekly made; few
weeks completes. Call or write Moler
college, 1302 Douglas street. C M707 30x
EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers wanted,
Baldurr, lfcw tarnam. c msk8
WANTED Skirt cutter and sleeve maker.
also experienced skirt Helpers. l3 uoug
FIRST-CLASS dressmaker, at once, with
references. Address a si, Bee.
,., . C 901 23
WANTED A good girl at the Creche, 19th
and Harney. v mki zsx
A COMPETENT cook wanted nt 403 North
40th St. Mrs. coutant. c M94S zsx
WANTED A good girl for general house.
work; family or 4: good wages. Apriy at
once, 620 S. 27th St. - C-076 30x
YOUNG man, excellent habits, wishes care
of turnace, horse or any work while at
tending college. Address B.26, Bee.
YOUNG MAN desires place to work for
board while going to school; experienced.
Boyles College, 1984. A-9C3
SITUATION as housekeeper by widow
with one child In home of widower, or
Apply 4247 Ersklne at. A MHol 29x
WANTED Position, by young man, as
bookkeeper, 2 years experience. Andreas
Lock box 656, Omaha. A M623 So
AGENTS WANTED We want an agent In
Omaha and every town in Nebraska to
ell our new broom holder; used In every
family; the price Is low and good money
can be made selling this up-to-date little
wonder; information free. The Champion
Mfg. Co., Denver, Colo. J M664 Ol
WANTED Representatives for sick, acci
dent and lire society; salary and com
mission. Call between 8 and 11 a. m. at
2401 Leavenworth St J M189 bx
WANTED Representatives for sick, acci
dent and life society; salary and com
mission. Call between 8 and 11 a. m. at
2401 Leavenworth. J M199 6x
SALESMEN WANTED-First-class side
line for salesmen calling on the drug
trade In Omaha; also those having terri
tory in Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. Dr.
L. S. Couplln. Sedalla, Mo. M188 29
WANTED TO BUY
SHONFELD. the ANTIQUARIAN, 622 N.
Y. IJte, paya Mgueet price for books.
Tal. 3f3t. N 11
CASH for your hones. Me'.chlor s Livery
A 7 OR 8-ROOM house, modern, for cash;
high elevation and close to cur line: price
not to exceed 81,700. Address B 29, Bee
office. N 674
MOVING PICTURE MACHINE, new or
second-hand. Call on or address H. Plls
bury, 1502 Capitol ave. N MUM, 022
WILL trade sewing machine for type
writer. Neb. Cyclo Co., 16th and Harney.
IF you want to buy or exchange for a
farm, send 10 cents for the Farm Buyers'
Guide, containing a description or 166
fx: ms, wth the owners' name and ad
dress, for sale or exchange. Want farms
from owners listed. Horace Grant,
Helot Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
WHAT have you to exchange tor a piuno?
Pertield Piano Co., 1611 Farnam. Tel. 701.
IF THERE is nothing in this column you
want, put an ad. In and you will soon
get it. Z 161
WILL exchange beautiful pinno for driv
ing or draft horse. Bchmoller 4k Mueller.
1313 Farnam. . Z M487 OS
WILL exchange high-grade piano for type,
writer. BchmnlUtr Muerler ISIS Far
nam. Telcnhnne No. IS. Z-MM 03
H. J. COWGILL. 430 Paxton blk.. Omaha.
PATENTS H. A. Sturgle, registered attor.
ney. Patents, trade marks, copyright.
t. ft .Vi'1'" ur-ceBful. 617 New York
Ufa building, Omaha. Nab. M1000
The Hee printed Sunday
ahead of its nearest competitor.
THE BEE PRINTS TKf. MOST PAID
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROUMil
ROIAL HOTEL, European, lath & Chicago.
DEWEY, European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
VIENNA HOTEL, loll Farnam; fine rooms,
ladies' cats, private dining r.; open niglua.
Midland hotel, 16th & Chicago; reasonable.
rwo front rooms, elegantly furnished,
'large modern stone house. Phoii -ibK
24 a Cass. amines U
NICE comfortable room for one or two
gentlemen; very reasonable; modern. J4-
N. lAh. K M91I
DESIRABLE TRANSIENT ROOMS, every
thing modern, 2234 Farnam, Tel. 2ii3.
ir Maoo 30
FRONT rooms en suite and othr rooms;
modern. 116 So. 20th. D MS29 x
CLEAN sleeping rooms. Hotel Moiuilnock,
1194 N. 16th. E-A1632 29
TRANSIENT rooms; clean; everything
modern. 324 N. 15th. E-Mb31 29
CONVENIENT transient rooms; gent!,
pref. 32m N. 16th. E M629 29x
NEWLY furnished rooms; everything mod
ern. 524 So. 20th. . E !64 30
CONVENIENT transient rooms; modmn.
816 80. 2th. E 866 30
LARGE well furnished slcove room, steam
heat, gas, hath, telephone; central loca
tion. 1623 Douglas. E 871
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeep
ing. 1712 Jackson. E-M934 i9x
DESIRABLE transient rooms. 617 8. lfith
(3d floor). E M933 2
CONVUNIEVT transient rooms. Eve
thing modern. 1220 Jackson. E M332 It
DESIRABLE transient rooms. 1S21 S. 19th.
E M9G5 2X
BRIGHT and sunny large front room, mod
ern; first-class accommodations; break
fast if desired, 614 N. 23d. -E M963 2
NICELY furnished rooms. single or en
suite, modern, 1817 Leavenworth, Flat 6.
E M964 2x
WEST BELLE HOTEL, St. Louis. Mo.
Rooms 31.00; permanent brick building.
Write for booklet. 10 minutes to World a
fair. E M950 027x
ACCOMMODATION for six during Carni
val week; modern; 1436 N. 2)th.
DESIRABLE furnished rooms, 1611 N. 20th.
E M193 2x
LARGE, well furnished room, with grate.
Board If desired. 820 S. 21st St.
E 046 2
Mrs. E. K. Mackay. 'Phone, Delmar 1946.
Direct car line to Fair.
TAE UTOPIA Furnished Rooms.
3911 West Belle Place, St. Louis, Mo.
Take Laclede car at Union Station west,
transfer to Vandeverrter north to West
THE INCUBATOR CAFE
On the Pike. Home cooking. First-class
In every respect. E 970 28
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
HOME cooked meals. 2162 St. Mary's.
F stu Oct. 2
O. M. E. TEL 611.
MEBSExsGcRa AMI BAGGAGE.
THURSTON HOTEL; cool outside rooms,
$1.60 to 84.00 per week; board, W W.
Midland hotel, 16th & Chicago; reMonabJe,
VICINITY of high school; modern south
front rooms. Including board. So per week.
2406 Cass. 'Phone A-2693. F-607
AK-8AR-BEN visitors: When you get to
Um&nS go W -- o. nii ow. .v. m
rooms and board at 1.26 per aay; private
family. F-Mlso lx
LARGE front room and alcove; board If
wanted; 1134 N. 18th. F-M196 2x
NICELY furnished rooms and board. 811
fj 22d. F M930 29x
FURNISHED rooms and board. Every
thing modern, 618 S. 19th. F-M9bti 2
BOARD and rooms, private, 714 S. 16th,
3d floor. F-M9oS 3
DOUBLE parlors, well furnished; hot and
cold water In rooms; also large closets;
board: ratea reasonable. 618 8. l?thM531
ONE SINGLE FRONT ROOM, 1st class In
every respect. 2323 Harney Qct
FOUR rooms, strictly modern, houaejteep
Ing; references. 2408 Cass. G M82S lx
WANTED JO RENT
XV ANTED A furnished flat or house of
about nine rooms; must be centrally lo
cated; the very best of reterences given;
modern place. Audress B 60, Omaha Bee.
K 9o4 28x
ROOM and board In quiet modern home;
price reaaonable; reterences exchanged.
Address B 54 Bee. K-M197 lx
WANTED By lady whose husband is trav
eling, nicely rurnlehed room with board
in ueslrable locality. State best terms.
Address fa 62 Bee. K--M961 29x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
A 810 OFF1CU In the Bee building carries
with it all ot the convenience ana advan
tages in the way of lieat, UgUi, Janitor
service, all nlgnt and ail uay and bunday
elevator service. A 10 oUice is now va
cant. Call at once. K. C. Petera Co.,
ground floor. Bee building. 1 W
1-STORY and basement brick building, 1003
Farnam, 22xloo, hjdraullc elevator, suit
able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314
First Nat'l Bank building. I-43
IF A GOOD light Is needed we can show
you a north-front office on the fifth floor,
a splendid room, at the moderate price of
820. R. C. Petera & Co., ground floor. Bee
building. . J 822
FOR SALE HORSES & WAGONS
2 EXPRESS WAGONS and 1 top wagon, al
most new, will aell cheap. Johnson 4b
Dunforth, a. w. cor. Win and Jones via.
FOR SALE, THE ELK. 3 years old. pedi
greed, registered In American Trotting as
sociation. Leaving city. Will sell cheap.
901 8. 33d. P M928 bo
FOR BALE, half Stanhope phaeton, good
as new, coat 200: leaving city and will
sell cheap. 904 . 33d. P M931 29
FOR SALE Horses for city driving or de
livery. Your livery trade solicited in
either butjgy or carriage work. Mel
choir s Livery Barn. P M2W
GOOD l.lCO-lb horse, buggy, harness and
Up robe. Address W. H. Nlcnol, 503 N.
18th, South Omaha, P M191 3x
HIGH grade, rubber tired. Watertown,
easy riding buckboard; an eastern novelty
good as new at a big sacrifice. Johnson
St Danforth, 8. W. Cor. loth and Jones at.
P 9 in
FINE 8375 pneumatic Stanhope, nearlv new,
$125; open pneumatic runabuu'. $00. Drum
niond. 18th and Harney. P M418
NOT a horee shower, but a was in fixer.
Harry Frost, 14th and Leavenwoith.
LOST Package containing ladle's suit, be
ter street depot; liberal reward. T.iJ
ttfiiw, vsiuKtia a 9.
Lost M20O 29x
5,300 lines of PAID WAJflADS, which was over a column
The Dee is Omaha's recognized want ad medium.
WANT ADS-BEE WANT APS BRINO THE BEST RETURNS ALWAYS.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
We are still offering those Florence
Boulevard lots at the same price, vis:
44x130 for $$00 more width and depth If
desired. Rome Miller will commence to
excavate for his new house directly across
the street this week. Mr. Porter will atari
his house In the same blotk next week.
These lots have water, sewer, gas and
front east on a 100-foot boulevard, kept up
by the Park bdard. Are covered with
native forest trees. Are available to two
car llqcs. We know of no lots to be com
pared with these for a moment for the
same money. Act quickly if Interested.
Our telephone Is 314. Call us now.
That 36-acre fruit farm and country home
north of the Country, club ia not yet sold,
though several parties are seriously con
sidering it. Owners have to move to
Denver and must sell. This may be Just
what you have been looking for. We would
be glad to tell you about It and show It
The best offer we have on lot 2, block
2, Hanscom Vlace (60x160, east front on
28th, near Pacific, asphalt pavement) la
81.000. This lot sold once for 82,600. Wn
think It worth $1,600 now, but we want
the money tor taxes and will take $1,100.
You may regret later not having looked
Wa are atill pushing the Weaver house,
2613 Pierce, 10 rooms, all modern, large
barn, lot SoxlbO feet; price, $4,0o0. Submit
us an offer of 83,750. Owner has gone to
California and property must be sold.
The 27 acres at Mih tud L, near bouth
Omaha, at $160 an acre axe very cheap.
The owner says "aell, I want my money 10
pay taxes with." Very auiutuie for bouth
Omaha stock man. ,
HARRISON & MORTON,
kl2-l)ii N. Y. Lite.
Bee, Sept. 2a, 1904. RK 669 28
THE CHEAPEST ACiXc.
On the hul, overlooking Fort oiuuua, x'ior.
euce ana alt lue country luauiiauuui, omy
t oiochs n 0111 'ioreiMe cu, nei.
boinooo, line piacu iur puu.li, iruit ur
xuuurouu home, omy
-uO y-l0 $260.
Bargains ever wnei u. ui at the office
ur puone lasv.
HALAct; BROWN BLOCK.
3-room cottage, iui uuxibo, 35th, south of
rancia 01., monthly payments. 1'none
tbi. u. ia. ilaiunger, oecty., iee Biu.
itii Hi i
4209 CUMING STREET
must be aula; 1 ruoina, witn uatn and gaa;
nice bai.i. xMte, .,uoo; eaay terms.
PAYiNE INVESTMENT CO.,
iri ciuor, i. 1. xviie uiua. lei.
FOR BALK One note of $1,800, aue In one
year, sucured by 11 rat mortgage on good
imyroveu ouialia, properly, uearlng t per
cent interest, payable Semi-annuany ; also
one note lur i,A dua on or before tlue
years. Interckt at per ceni. payable
semi-annually, secured by first mortgage
on good property; uotn are aoaoluteiy
safe and given by respectable parties.
jLildres. the owner. 8 2a. Bee office.
BRICK block on ICth St., cost over 810,000
to build; will rent for $70 a month; east
ern owner will sell for $6,000; easy terms.
Neat cottage and good lot on Blnney St.,
only $1,000; $200 caan, balance monthly pay
ments. THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room 1 New York Life Bldg.
SNAP 3 brick stores and rooms above, all
rented; will sell on monthly payments.
1008 Capitol ave. RE M962 4x
99x140 feet on Park ave., between -Mason
Suitable for fine residence
or for a row of brick houses.
Only $4, 00 for the 99 feet front
WESTERFIELD & HILL,
616 First National Bank.
For a brand new aeven-room house, well
- built, extra large bedrooms, with tine
closets, big bath room, nickel plated
plumbing, gas and electric light, ce
mented cellar under entire house, paved
street, permanent walka, 60-ft. lot, on
good car line, ready to occupy. Owner
would lake good vacant lot as part pay
PAYNE. BOSTW1CK ft CO.,
Sixth Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
BARGAIN to home purchasers, if you mean
business. Call 436 Board of Trade.
RE M917 02.
FOR SALE Property near Hanscom Park
addition, known as "T'ne Howe Place,"
ten, twenty or thirty acres; section 32-I6-1J.
Address M. Howe, cure B. Hughes,
South Omaha, RE M1W 29
FOR SALE Beautiful horn located at No.
610 Bouth 26th avenue. To assist in clos
ing estate this property will be offered at
a very reasonable price for quick aale.
William K. Potter, executor, JOi drown
TWO brand new cottages, modern except
turnace; one $1,600 and the other $2,450.
HHIMER 4t CHASE.
Builders of Modern Houses.
NORTH OMAHA BARGAINS.
7-room brick cottage, store building and
cottage attached, lot 77x161. oil car line;
rents $26; $2,60o, half cash. Apply to
owner, 301 N. Y. LUe. RE-M447
CAB-Williamson Co.,u- & $rld
lUua. your property. Baker Bros. Eng. Co.
$6,100 first mortgage, drawing per cent
Interest, on wn improved, 240-acre farm
in eastern Nebraska.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, N. Y. Life bldg. Tel. 1781.
DO YOU WANT TO
,SELL A FARM?
If you want to sell a fsrm or ranch tell
lha farmera and atock ralaers about it.
The best way to reach them is through
This agricultural weekly goes to 80,000
homea of farmera and stock ralaers, ao if
you have a good pleca of land to aeil at a
raasonsbla price you will find a buyer
among them. The coat ol an advertlaemenl
ia small centa per word In small type or
82.62 per Inch U sat in large type.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 8. I606 Farnam.
M AfiNPTIPfestment baths. Mme.
JV1 All IXC I ISmlth m s. 16, 2 fl. R 2.
TRY KELLEY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE SSSO
TRU8SE8 made and fitted to men, women
and children. 1408 Farnam st.
THE H. J. PEN FOLD CO.
"VIAVI." way to health. 850 Bee Plrtf.
TUB. -vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S 1th.
DON'T fool with your eyes; T careful who
examines them; we test eyes free for
glaraea nnd rusrsntee stlsfsctlon.
THT3 H. J. PENFOT,r CO..
Leading Opticians, 1408 Farnam.
ACCORDJON ANU M'NBURST
BEND FOR PRICE LIST AND SAMPLES,
GOLDMAN jLtAliM Co.
200 DUUVJJWIO 'llbi.. 19&
DKAW1NG and PAINTING from llie. Air.
Cakes Artciaaa; atuuio 4 Union uiock.
loin ana Fari.aiu. U Mi
WANTED The deaf to test instrument
lor iue deal at lue brancn omce ui lue
Hutcmsoii Acoustic co. of .New York.
City, els New lor Lite Bidg., umana.
c llNo OJ4
IMPOHTANT-Why pay more? Guaran
teed spectacles llitea, $1. A.endis optical
Co., 3oo N. lb to. U Mix tUO
OMAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramge Blk
U ml 2
WE DO expert piano moving; lowest ratea.
Bchmoller at Mueller, liu rarnum. Tele
phone lt26. 0 M486 03
E. D. KECK, voles teacher. 1802 Fainam
street. U M5o2 Ox
LARSON & JOHNSON, cut rates toa7l
pointa. 1406 Farnam. Tel. Bill. Mem
uera American 'lie net urokere' Ass'n.
PRETTY and intelligent widow, very
wealthy; wants immediately able, indus
trious nusband. AoUress M Onto block,
Chicago, III. U M1M 29x
LADIES "Never Wiggle," that a our new
patent eye glass. Can't shake 'em off."
we grind our own lenses, make our own
frames optical headquarters. Huteson,
211 8. 10th st. U Mo5 O10
SUPERFLUOUS hair, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and coniidentlal; all work
Luaranteed. Miss Allender, 422 N. Y.
ife. U-M8H8 3x
WANTED Singing and dancing soubrette
and comedian; also A No. 1 plunist;
one-night stand company; quick. Call
room 36 Merchants liotei Manager.
- U M1U6 29x
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German, using my own text book, and In
a short time. F. Peltier, 1720 Dodge st.
LETOVSKY'S orchestra. Telephone L 26s4.
I GUARANTEE to teach you French and
German In a short time, using my own
text books. F. Peltier, 1720 Dodge st.
U M763 OctlOX
THE Gage Pattern Hats nt Pennell's, 111
S. 15th st., opp. old postofflce.
U M536 OS)
CHARLES PETERSEN, voice; perfect tone
production: German diction; students
given opportunity to appear in publlo.
Studio, 613 W. O. W. bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Have theie 1101 uccu umes when
It would have been worm more
man luo ceuta to you It Is our
business to supply you wit a
money when you need it and al
low you to return It in smalt
weekly pay menu, as may best
suit your convenience.
We loan on Furniture, Pianos.
Live Stock and other chattels, and
we make salary loans. Our terms
are as good as any and better
man muny. We are trie oldest
concern lo our line In the city,
with all-around consistent deai
Inas to recommend ua.
OMAHA MOHiGAGE LOAN CO.,
1U Board of trade bldg. Tel. 295.
Uuauibushed 192. 306 t. 16lb bt.
Let Us Say a Word
'lucre may ua Line ...len ou need ready
caan tu save your creo.lt or prevent
trouble. It Is our business to supply you
and at the lowest raies of lntereai. You
caji repay us in small amounts of $i.ou
weekly or $4.00 monthly, or more. Only
your personal note needed if you are re
ceiving wages. We also loan on furni
ture, planou, etc., on tne same easy plan.
No publicity or anno;4ng investigation.
More than a thousand satisfied patrons 10
.recommend us. Call and have a privuie
talk with our manager. Open every Tues
day and Saturday evening until 8 o'clock.
THE J. A. HUT'lON CO. (Inc.),
614-616 Paxton Block.
3 P. G. YEAR
FROM $100 to lo.ovO loans oq jour pviaunal
note at 4 PEn CE1V1 "r.K Iih. ai!
good loans waiited. calt 01 wrue and get
my aysiem. w. u. luiaunaii a. Co., him
Farnain, Omaha. X 134
If you wlsn to save money see
imi.lAHl.E CREDIT I'd.
807-8 'Pax ion blot. iel. 1411.
LOANS made on all kinds of chattel se
curity, also on bALARlEd.
Low Kates, luisy Terms.
Quick and Confidential bervlca.
Call on us II In need o MONEY.
PHOEiNlX C'REOlf CO.,
Hii Paxtou Block.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others wiuioui security; eaay pay.
menu; largest business In 49 principal
ciuea. 'loiiuun. Room U4, N. Y. Lite.
to loan on iu ...taie, pianos, norses, etu.
DuWt.S, W .sh.W 1UHK LIFE.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
til), horses, cows, elo. . C F. Reed, 8i9 H.
PRIVATE money loaned; low ratea, easy
lerina. C. R. ulnns, VJi N. Y. Lite.
SALARY and collateral loana. Templeton,
212 Bee Bldg. Tel. 23o4. X 137
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE. STAR
LOAN CO., 6.4 PAX'ION BLOCK.
SEE FULLER, 426 Paxton block, for loans
ou watches, diamonds and Jewelry.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loana. Foley
Loan Co.. lwS4 Farnam Ht X 1M
Johnson lnatltuta, 616 N. Y. Life bldg. T lfi.
MRS. JOHN R. Ml'SICK. Osteopathy Phy.
siclan; offica, Douglas block. Tel. 223.
pit FAR WELL, specialty nervous disease.
01 Paxton. -471
FOR1 RENT HOUSES
il'TSER, Insurance. Ringwali, Barker
blk. D 128
TWO, modern. 7-room houses, on California
H.lu and $25 ner mu, Apply nul N. ivih
BE 3 CHRIS BOYER. Zd and Cuming.
D Miol O20
MODERN 7-rooin dwelling, ohe block from
Hanscom park 824. Phone 62 D 233
HOI IQFi ail parts of the city. The
I1UUJLJ o. F. Davis Co.. 80S Be- bide,
THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. II. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Omce. I6IIV1 Farnam.
Tel. 1569. D 123
WE MOVE pianos. Msggard Van A Stor
age Co. Tel. 1409. uQice 1713 Webster St.
HOI ltiPC I" sll parts of the rlty. 1. C.
tlvJUJCJ Peters A Co., Bee Building.
PAYNE-BOSTWICK A CO., choice houses.
601-603 New York Life Bidg. 'Phone 1016.
MODERN brick hou, 412 North 22d St..
within two blocks of High school. In
quire at No. 410 n-607
2417 N. 22d ST.. NICE eight-room, all mod
ern house; ham; good location and sur
roundings; rent 826.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 FARNAM.
FINE ten-room hrlck, $30. Keys 2S04 Cap,
avenue, adjoining. D 68 2Xx
TWO DESIRABLE HOUSES.
BEST LOCATIONS CITY.
138 N. 3Rth ave . in-room house, all modern,
with barn. $60.00.
610 Park ave., 9-room house, strictly mod
ern, in best condition, large yard, $56.00.
GEORGE & CO..
1601 Farnam St. D-M652 1
2m WIRT 8T.. twelve-room all modern
brlrk house and barn; oak finish; hot
water heat; excellent condition. $iRnn.
A. G. Elliek, 302 City Hall. D 902
DESIRABLE 6-room, strictly modern
house, in first-class condition, centrally
located. 830 8. 21st. D M967
1C81 S. 30th Ave., 10-room brick, onk floors
and finish, full cellar, 8-tub laundry, all
modern, best of condition. Address W. D.
Mead. Jr., Dellone Hotel. D 910 2
SEE M'CAl'LEY EXPRESS CO.
for moving, storage, baggage delivery,
609 8. 15th. Tel. 1454. D-M1S6
4911 CHICAGO ST.. Very fine, strictly mod
em house; hard-wood finish; 2 lots, with
barn; cheap tj responsible parties.
2911 lyeavenworth St., 6 rooms above
store, modern; tenant pays water
Sf'3 8. 29th St., 7 rooms, 1st floor; mod
ern: tenant pays water 25. 00
804 R. IPth St., 7 rooms 2nd floor; mod
ern: tenant pays water 22.60
930 N. 24th St., 9-rorm house; modern;
tenant pays water 26.00
2628 Capitol Ave., 9-room house; mod
ern: tenant nays water; bnrn 25.00
1037 S. 20th St.. 9-room house; city
water and sewer; will give 12th
month rent free 25.00
2203 Plerc St., 7-room house; modern
except furnace 20.00
2509 S. 2flth Ave., 6-room cottage; city
222 N. 2Cth St., 7-room flat, Just
erected: strictly modern 40.00
224 N. 25th St., 8-room flat, Just
erected: strictly modern 45.00
M'CAGl'E INVESTMENT CO.,
' 1506 Dodge St.
D 975 10
9 ROOMS, modern, and small barn: large
yard; 502 So. 35th St.. $25 per month, or
less to right party. Inquire for key 1H15
Farnam St. D 97S
FOR RENT 3-room house, 1613 Dorcas.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
FARM and city loans; low rates. XV. H.
Thomas, First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Weed. 1620 Douglas
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam st. '
MONEY TO LOAN. Faya'e Investment Co.
6 PER CENT loana. Garvin Bros., 1604
Farnam. W 146
LOWEST rates. Bemis, Paxton block.
MONET to loan on real estate at 6 and b
per cent. w. B. MeiKie, zu& name pmg.
HOMEOPATHIC medicines, wholesale, re
tail. Sherman & McConnell, Omaha. 162
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities or women, irom any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address,
with stamp, Dr. Pries. 1611Va Dodge St.,
LADIES Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no
other. Ssend 4c stamps lor particulars.
Relief for Ladles." In letter by return
mull. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co., fniiaaeipma. fa.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium, 723 1st ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. -S26
EXPERIENCED nurse; references given;
terms reasonable; 'phone 4035. Mrs.
Gerisch. 623 N. 20th St. 907 3x
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Oar
dell. 2216 Charles. Tel. A 21. yS
Should all avail themselves of consulting
Omaha's favorite "life reader,"
This wonderful women has been In Omaha
for more than 7 years, during which time
she has pructlurd palr.ilstry continuously
and her work haa been eminently saiu-
, factory. This woman's advice is always
a factor for good. If In trouble she can
help you. Don't hesitate to see her. Par
lors. 715 N. 2d at. B 44
GYLMER, palmist, 716 NOtfh Twenty-third.
Telephone B3246. 8149
LYNG8TAD & RUFFNER,
DDIMTCDC Crounse Block, corner ot
I rvllM 1 ClAO Nth St. and Capitol Ave.
KRAMER & CHANDLER. QUICK
PRINTERS, 1106-8 Douglas at. To de
liver wovit when promised is our hobby.
PRINTING Not how cheap, but how good.
Is our motto. Great Western Printing
Co., Hil8 Chicago. 'Phone 3831. M7I4
J. M. SIRPLESS. reliable printer: estab
lished 12 years. '301 8outh Thirteenth
at.. Omaha. 161
HESS A BWOBODA. HIS Farnam. 110
L. HENDERSON. 1M9 Farnam. Send for
price list of cut flowers and plains.
AI.FRFD DON AG HUE. JR.. lft'7 Farmm
A. C. VAN SANT'S school, 717 N. Y. Llie.
FAC SIMILE letters, envelopes adilr--ed.
Boyles College 1 1
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
E. F. MOREARTY, Attorney, 437 Pinion
Tel. A-2639. -I' I
JOHN M. MACFARLAND. New York l.lfi
bldg., rooms 804 Mid 319. Tel. 185:.
When You Write
to Advertisers .
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention the tact thai you
saw the ad In Tha be.
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES.
masihic asot;m 'Bunm
Masnale Temple, Corner
Sixteenth and Capl.
ST. JOHN S IX1DOE, NO. t A. F. A A.
M. Regular meeting Thursday evening,
October 6. at 7:30.
Albert P. Johnson, Muster.
Carl E. Herring, Sec y.
KMGHT. OF PYTHI.
TRIANGLE LODGE NO. 64. K. OF P
Meets everv Thursday evening at Castle
hall. 2201 Cuming St. Visiting brethren
ii. D. Ptlne. C. C.
J. R Stlne. K. R. and 8.
Office of the cuy c'ie.a, douth Omaha,
Neb., September 2o, io4.
beuied ii.ua auurettiou to the undersigned
anu marked "iiopooaia tor Bonus, 1.1 be
leceivea until k cicch p. m. 01 c-cioUm.' 4.
A. 1. i9o, at the 01 lue ot the cuy clerk,
boii.h uinHha, iNtpiuKha.
For tne purchase 01 me following Issuts
of nty doiiUh:
First 2.,.ai of renewal bonds, In denomi
nations 01 ioo0 each, ualea October 1, i.4,
paaiue twenty .irs atter uate, lme.a.
at 0 per cent per nnnum. payunle teuu
annuaily, optional alu?i live years. 1 nese
aie bono.. 10 redeem certain uuletanoii.g
oltitrlct and impiovenieni bonds neietoioie
becond $21,000 In District Street Improve
ment nonda of tne city of bouth Omaha,
issued tor the purpose ot paving, curbing
and improvements in improvement. Ultuiic
"C," paving District It, optional after nve
years; interest b per cent. paabie an.iu
ally, dated Septemner 1, 19o4, and uumbeied
from 1 to 4o, both inclusive. Inese bonds
are geneial obligations ot the cltv
Said bonds shall be issued :n such da
nominaticiii.t so as thai 0110-ten.h of the
above named prlnclpul sum snail mature
and be paable In one year from date, one
tenth thereof shall ina.ure anu be payable
two years lrom date, and likewise as to the
residue of the principal sum. one-tenth ma
turing on each of tne following years.
Third $2,410 In "District Stieet Improve
ment Bonds" of the cuy oi South Omaha,
issued for the purpose cf paying for the
curbing and improvements in Improvement
District "D." Paving District K dated Oc
tober 1, 1904; Interest 5 per cem per annum,
payable annually, numbered from 1 to 10,
both Inclusive; optional after five years.
These bonds are general obligations of the
Said bonds shall he issued In such de
nominations so as that one-tenth nf the
principal sum shall be due and payable In
one year from date, one-tenth theier.f shall
be due and payable In two years from date,
and likewise as to the residue of said prin
cipal sum, one-tenth maturing on each of
the following years.
Each bid shall state separately tho
amount offered as 'Principal" and "Pre
mium;" and that "Ar.'ruea Interest" will
be paid to date of delivery and payment of
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check on a national or state bank,
in the sum of $1,500. nnd made payable to
the city, as an evidence of good faith on
the part of the bidder.
The City Council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids, or waivo defects. '
By order of the City Council.
JOHN J. GILL1N, Clty Clerk.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of secretary of state up until 12 o'clock
noon of October 15. 19f4, for the construc
tion of a tunne!, sewf rng-e connection, sit
ting nf stenm heating apparatus nnd con
nection of same with sewerage and water
supply at the Soldiers' nnd Sailors' Home
at Milford, Neb., according to plans and
The boord reserves the rirht to retert any
and all bids. GEO. XV. MARSH.
Secretary of Hoard.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as changes moy occur at any tlnip 1
Foreign mails for the week ending Oc
tober 1, 1904 will close (promptly in all
ruses) ut me iienenn posiuuice .13 fu.i i.k;
Parcels-post mails close one hour earlier
than closing time shown below. Parcels
post mans for oeriimny cms l , in.
September 28th and October 3d.
Regular anu Miippieine.iLirv ivnlls clos
at foreign station (corner of West and
Morton uireeisi hull hour later tnuii cod
ing time shown below (except that supple,
mentary malls for Europe and C'entrnl
America, via Colon, close one hour later
(at foreign station.
THURSDAY (29th)-At 4:30 a. m. for
EUROPE, per s. s. Deutschland, via
Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg (mall
for Francs must be directed "per . s.
Deutschland"); at 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. POR
UGAL, TURKEV, EGYPT. GREfc.CE. and
BRITISH llvuiA, pT s. s. lm ureiagnn,
via Havre (mall for other parts of Europe
must be directed "per s. s. La Bretagne' ).
FRIDAY (3oth) At 6:S0 p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. s. Peninsular, from New
SATURDAY (1st) At 6 a. m. for EU
ROPE, per s. s. St. Paul, via Plymouth
and Cherbourg (mall for Ireland must
be directed "per s. s. St. Paul"); at 6:20
a. m. for EUROPE, per s. s. Umbrla
Via Queenstown and Liverpool; at 8:30
a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per a. s.
Kroonland (mall must be directed '-per
s. t. Kroonland "; at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per s. s. Astoria (mail
must bo directed "per s. s. Astoria";.
NOTICE Five cents per half ounce In
addlt'.on to the regular postage must be
prepaid on nil letters forwarded by the
supplementary mans, and letters deposit
ed in the drops marked "Letters for for
eign countries." after the closing of the
regular mall for despatch by a particular
vessel, will NOT be so forwarded unless
such additional postnpre is fully prepaid ,
thereon by stamps. Supplementary Trans- '
atlmuie mallF nra u:o opem-a on the
piers of tb AMERICAN, ENGLISH and
FRENCH steamers, whenever the sail
ings occur at 9.00 a. m. or later; nnd late
mail may be deposited In the mall boxes
on the piers of the GERMAN LIN Ed
sailing from Hobokcn. The malls on the
piers open one hour and a- half before
sailing time, and close ten minutes before
sailing time, uniy regu!ar postage (let
ters 5 cents a half ounce) is required on
articles mailed on the piers of the Ameri
can, White Star and German (Sen Post)
steamers: doubla postage (letters 10 cents
a half ounce) on other lines.
Malls for Sooth and Central America,
West Indira. Ele.
THURSDAY 9th) At 8 a. m. fnr CUBA,
YUCATAN and CAMPECHE, per s a.
Vlgllancla (mall for other parts of Mex
ico must be directed "per s. s. Vlgllan
cla"); at 12 m. (supplementary 12:30 p. m.)
for BAHAMAS, per s. s. Saratoga, (mail
for Mexico, via Tamplco, must be ol
rected "per s. s. Saratoga"); at 12 m.
(supplementary 12:3o p. rn.) for BAHA
MAS, per a. s. Antllia (mall must 1 di
rected "per s. a. Antllia").
FRIDAY (30th) At 8:30 a. m. for AN
TIGUA, MARTINIQUE and GUADE
LOUPE, per s. a. Proelda (mall for
Barbadoes, Trinidad, British. Dutch and
French Guiana must be directed "per s. a.
Procida"); at 12 m. for ARGE.VTINE,
URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per a. r.
Hydaspee; at 12 m for HT. ivITTS.
NEVIS. ST. MARTINS, ST. EU8TA
TIUS, MARTINIQUE. GUADELOUPE.
HARRADOS BRITISH, DUTCH and
FRENCH GUIANA, per a. a. I'ller; nt
6:80 p. m. for BERMUDA, per ateamer
SATURDAY (1st) At 8:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 9:30 a. m ) for PORTO RICO,
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per a. s.
Philadelphia (mall for Colombia, via
Cuiacao, must be directed "per s. s.
Philadelphia"); at 9:30 a. m. (supple
menturv 10:30 a. m. ) for I-YIHTI NK
ISLAND. JAMAICA and COLOMBIA, ex
cept Mugdalena Drp't, per s. s. Alle
ghany (mull fnr Costa Rica, via I.lman,
must be directed "per a. s Allenhsny' t
at 9:30 n. m. for ARGENTINE. LRU
r.I'AV end PARAGUAY, per s. s. Kel
vin: at 10 a. ni. for CUBA, per n. a.
Morro Castle, via Ilnvan i; at 12 .10 p. m.
for CUBA, per s. . Ciirliybi. via JUn
tnnms (mull must be directed "per a. a
Mall Forvrarleil OverliMid, Etc., Ex-
CUBA Via Port Tampa, Florida, close at
this elllie Call)', except 'J'huraxluy, al
5:S) n. m. (the connecilng mails clos
here on tuouduys, Wednesdays and dal
urdas). MEXICO CITY Overland, unless pec!all
addressed for despatch by steamer. clo
nt this office d-illv, except Siiiniry, at
1:80 p. m. and 10 .:; p. in.. tiunil-a al
( p. m.. nd 1" SO . m.
NEWFOUNDLAND (eicept rorcela-post
Valla) Hy tall to Noun 8' Jnev, an-1
thence by steamer, close at this ofllcl
dally at 6:30 1.. m. (co-.nectliiK mails clou
here every Mondiy, Wednesday and Sat
urday) JAMAICA Py rill lo Boston, and thenc
by strainer, close al this office at U:'J6
p. m Tuesday and Friday.
M IQUELON By rail to Boston, and thenr.
by steamer, close at thla office dally
at f 80 p. m
BRITISH HONDURAS HONDURAS (East
Coast) and GUATEMALA By rail tJ .
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