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TFTE OMATTA DAILY TIEE: TUESDAY, AEOFST 1, 1003.
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will be lakfa katll 12 m. for th
i rnlm rditloa and nntll M p. m. (or
. the nnrnlni and Sunday rdltloi.
Kates 1 n word flmt Insertion,
1 1" a word thereafter. Nothing; tikra
t.,r let thaa itucNfor the first loser
Hon. Thric ad vert Isenir ata mail be
Advertiser, hr requesting a nam
brrrd rhrrk, rati hare aninrri ad
dreaaed to a nnmberrd letter In rare
of The Bee. Aaiittn ao a1reaaed
will be delivered oa presentation of
, l all term bepieuiber 4, oay sou night
i.UHincss, biiorllmiid. Typewriting, xeicg
' ' i.iphy, Normal and English. All summer
- - r.-SHicms. Catalogue free. Address H ii.
.. Uoyles, Pres., Boylcs Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
' H hi 4
-Tni'Plt,llll,,,'1 Otnaha Plating Co.,
JIUVLJ Harney bt. Tel. 2ui.
CITY SAVINGS BANK pays per cent.
. . R-t55
3 BY KELLY'8 TOWEL, SUPPLY. Tel. 3 M.
t- NTI-Monopoly Garbage Co. 621 N. 'pith.
Tel. i;?9. R (168
211 So. 11th St.
C'f'T RATE railway tickets everywhre.
1'. l. .I'lillbln. 15u6 Farnam. 'Phone 781
WPYQ Itunber Stamps and Stencils. Nov.
III l nftf. Co( 2 8 1:th st Tel. 1714.
' R 834
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty tf Are escapes, shutters, doors und
safes. G. Andreen, prop., 102 S. lOlh St.
' THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Ji" and bras catling. 6W Jackson. Tel.
243i , R-wt
STEINW.Y PIANO, upright, slightly used,
t2.b; bargain. Ferfieid Piano Co., ltill
Farnam. y K 604
ianu 1P-1 .3 plated, 2oc; three tor 6oc.
OMAHA PLATING CO., 1608 Harney.
Tel. 2535. It 802
SIGN PAINTING, S. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas,
..k.- R 6U5
C,r.C A RT? REDUCED prices to re-VJV-'
vnn I J dure stock; some great
bargains this week. Omaha Reed and Hat
tan Works, lbl2 Howard. . R Gu6
PLUMBING, 8 team and hot water heating.
J. L. Mclnerny, 12o8 Chicago. 'Phone,
2b66 or Black 2049. R 968 Aglx
SIDEWALK BRICK L' e wp w iTi-
worth, 618 Paxton block. 'Phone 1072.
Also three million common builders' brick.
U MJ43 A25
FURNACE AND STOVE REPAIRS.
Purine; August we examine furntices, hot
water and stearr plants free of charge.
W e clean, remount and supply all parts,
asbestos pipe covering, hot water attiich
ments. VlHlt our model repair house, new
location. 120i;-12in Douglas. Tel. pen
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
HOUSEHOLD goods folding bed, fine for
ofllce or librnry, piano carpets and other
' things. 922 N. 19tli and Izard Sts.
Q M444 12x
FOR PALE, new and second-hand billiard
nnd pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
eiihy payments. Send for catalogue.
Rrunswluk-Balke-Collender 407 8. loth St..
Omaha. Q 68
COMPLETE line new and 2d-band furnl
ture. Chicago. Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge.
Tel. 2029. Q titS
WIRE chicken, hog and lawn fence, iron
fence, hitch posts, trellises. Wire Work
611 8. 16th St. . Q-4571
ID-HAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Far
nam. Q 672
30O BUYS good runabout automobile, guar
anteed In good running order: original
cost D50. Address 1313 Farnam St.
6H ER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman tc McConnell Drug Co
Omaha. Q 74 ''
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers and
telephone polos, tol Douglas Q 675
YH SALE, several scholarships In a first
class standard school In Omaha, compris
ing complete course In business, short
I n nd and typewriting. Inquire at Bee
office. Q 862 ,
FOR SALE, about 60 f!et ornamental gal
vanized iron cornice and ornamental
lion posts suitable for show window. Ap
ply superintendent Bee building.
l'ULLKYB AND COUNTERSHAFTS AT A
!0 pulleys, from 6-inch to 4S-inch In dlam-
tor; 8 counter shafts, complete.
Thse ore all In first-class condition. W
H. Bridges engineer Bee Building.
. lj 111
" SKCONTJ-HAND '
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
It ou want a tHUgain In steam intin cUJ
and Loa over the following supplies;
l.k-iuch Austin's horizontal separator.
1.4 inch Austin's vertical separator.
'iirastj Huvh ooeii tken out uu account ot
ciuingos In our sm.ui ptaui auu are in
good conditiun. .uUi'aa Boe Buildinai
Co., or see W. H, uiiuus. engineer Bue
Jl.ouO eleotrto runubout with top, taO; $1,400
Mobile, 4-passeiigur, steam, oo; ;o0 Ram
bler. $3a, u,u Olds. J0. FiedncKsou,
lltli and Capitol Ave. y M A3
MILK C6WS on easy terms. 43d and Cen-
OUuD mower and rake, 43d and Center
, BUSINESS CHANCES
1 1UL wlsn to buy or sell a Dullness or
real e&tale, consult U. S. Sales Bureau.
Ui-and Bee Bldg. Y 6S6
If YOU want to buy, sell, rent or exchange
. real estate or business QUICK see Comu-ton-Walts
Co.. L& Paxlon Blk. Y otai
WANTED Physician, not over 35 years of
age, married man preferred, with t2,M to
invest In drug business, with good loca
tion for practice in Nebraska. To the
right party this Is a money maker. Ad
drt as J6. Bee. YM20S 4
iFOR SALE Grocery and bakery In western
oounty seat town, large brick oven nearly
new. keep an excellent baker, making 1.MJ0
. liuve per wee. Fine grocery trade a
bargain for cash; write at once. Address
27, care Omaha Bee. X 213 81
A CLEAN up-to-date stock of general mer-
ihaiuidv ,1, luwu. copulation
l.ow. Two railroads. White at Cook,
Lyons, Neb. Y Mlai a
WANTED To sell the best paving 5-chalr
barber shop in the state. Write Joe Mc
l' rmolt for particulars, Ida W. Hollv St..
Bcllingham. Wash. Y Ml3 4x
LOST AND FOUND
lAj&T Open face watch at Krug Park;
o iter's photograph and name irixuic. He
lp isorui 4-a m. and receive re
Lost 174 lx
LOST Lady's run metal, open face watch,
initials on back, "M. J.;" gold chain,
gold slide, with four 0ala. Return and
receive liberal reward. '23 Douglas.
; Lost-MtKt 1
IF YOU do not and what you want In this
column put an ad tn and you will soon
got It. Zm
I WANT to trade a full lot on Plnkney,
near S4th, for a neat. Unlit, two-seated
surfry and harness; must have rubber
Utr-M, Addi H Ben, Z Um
WANTED MALE HELP
SUMMER TERM OF THE
Omaha Commercial College
17th and Douplas Sts., now open. New
clnsses In all departments. Catalogue
' OMAiiA, EU.
WAMEI-FOR U. S. ARMY, able-wdled
uumairied men, between ages of 21 and
Hi,, citizens ot United Slates, of good
character and teiuparale habits, who
character and temperate hat, us, who
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,
l.ith and Douglas, Sts.. Oinaha; Lincoln,
Nub., or bioux I lly, la. B 3
ARK YOU capable of filling a position of
trust'.' Can you till a clerical, technical
or executive position? If so, call or write
lor list of vacancies.
THE WESTERN REF. A BOND ASS N,
Dept. B. S41-842 N. Y. Life.
B 479 31
IF YOU are in need of a position call and
have a "'leurt-to-lieart" talk with HART,
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life B 69
WANTED Three men of good personal ap
pearance; steady employment. C. F.
Adame Co , 1619 Howard St. B M636
WANTED Several young men to travel
for the Bummer, or permanent. Worlc
picasanu Ouod remuneration. The
iwenlieh Century Farmer. Croaha. Neb.
I BUY and ncll drug stores exclusively. F.X
pert service. Special plan. Drug men fur
nished positions; employes furnished. It
will pay you to write or call for particu
lars.. F. V. Knlest, R. P., "The Drug
Htor Man," ttil4 N. Y. I. Omaha, Neb.
'Phone 37uti. B M4J8
WANTED Men and boys to learn plumb
ing trade. Cannot supply demand for
graduates. $4 to $5 per uay. Many com
plete course In two months. Graduates
admitted to union and Master Plumbers'
association. Send for free catalogue.
Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools. New
York City, Cincinnati, O., St. Louis. Mo.
MOLER Barber college, 1110 Farnam St..
wants men to learn barber trade, ears
of apprenticeship saved by method of free
work and careful Instructions. Few
weeks completes. Can nearly earn ex
penses while learning. Call or write.
WANTED TJcams and laborers for excava
tion and concrete work. W. J. Zlttereil,
at Fort Omaha, B M19I ix
WANTED Salesmen to handle complete
lino of lubricating oils, greases, special
ties nnd paint; exceptionally good prop
osition to experienced salesmen. The
Crescent Oil Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
2 Experienced stenographers, 160.00.
2 Experienced stenographers, $45.00.
1 Experienced stenographer and bookkeeper,
1 Experienced stenographer and bookkeeper,
1 Experienced bookkeeper, $50.00.
1 Experienced bookkeeper, 84O.O0.
HART. 401 N. Y. LIFE. '
NORMAL SCHOOL TEACHER.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N (Inc.).
Dept. B. S41-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B 455 Augl
TAILOR wanted; good, sober, steady man
to make pants and vests; prices, $2.25;
Kood Job for the right man. Address
11. inke the Tailor, Sutton, Neb.
B M451 lx
tSa AND EXPENSES paid men In outside
towns. A. W. South, Neville Blk., Omaha.
STOUT boy to leain trade. Wire Works,
611 S. 16lh St. B M4S8 7
WANTED A brisht young man for outsldo
work; salary to commence with. $12 a
week. Apply 9 a. m., 4t Karbach Bldg.
B M4fc2 lx
TWO energetic young men for traveling
position, wanted fit once. Apply H. T.
Van Nest, Room 63, Schlltz Hotel.
B M494 lx
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 WORKING girls. Canadian office, 15th
and Dodge. C 94
MOLER COLLEGE 1114 Farnam, St..
teaches nairoerssing, manicuring, racial
massage, chiropody and electrolysis In
few weeks by lieu worn and careful In
structions. Little expense, diplomas
granted. Fifty ladies wanted at once. Call
or write for catalogue. C MsioAix
WANTED Competent servant girl. Apply
iiZi jackson at. c-iw Ji
WANTED Experienced millinery trimmer.
Kahl & Johnston. C M-Oo
WANTED A girl for general housework.
li."J S. 31st St. C 216 X
Teacher, normal school graduate.
Teacher, good penman.
Foreladv, small investment.
Clerk dry goods.
Call or write for complete list.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N (Inc.),
Uept. B. M1-B42 is. x. J..!re.
C 480 31
EXPERIENCED cook, $7 per week. The
Rose, 2O20 Harney St. . C 154 lx
WANTED Experienced salesladies. In
cloak departments; also salesladies of ex
perience in muslin underwear depart
ment. J. L. Brandels oi Sons.
Wanted Several experienced lady stenog
raphers. HART. 401 N. T. Life.
C M419 1
WANTED A few bright, energetic ladles
to assist me in my business; permanent
position and good wages easily made. Ad
dress Mrs. Jennie Ramsey, 1216 Timber
St., Plattsmouth, Neb. C M4b4x
WANTED Position as porter. References
for 15 years past. Dry goods or clothing.
To begin about Sept. L Address 37, Bee
oflice. A 467 6x
POSITION wanted for cooking and general
housework by genteel young man In pri
vate family, $5 pei week; experienced
and can furnish leferences. Address 43,
Bee. A M4II2 2
MONEYJO LOAN REAL ESTATE
VVAiViED City loans. R. C. Peters & Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
'Itiomas. 1st Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. lais.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead. 1520 Douclas
WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith & Co., IZii Far nam St.
MONEY TO LOAN-Pajne Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS., 160 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms.
LOWEST rates, city property; 6 P. C. on
farnik in easiern Neb. Beiuls, Paxion Blk.
BUILDING loans on residence property;
per csnt. W. B. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay It back In monthly
payments. Hastings &. Heyden, 16CVj1 Fur
nam St. w &4
H.OiiO.OOO TO LOAN on business and real
deno property In Omaha. Lowest rates. No
delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y Life.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 2u) Douglas Blk,
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. 'Phone A276.
MHS. R. A. KELLER. Ill N. 20th, 'phone
2032, will make special reductions for the
next 20 days In the making of new "three
piece suits." First-class work guaranteed.
v WANTED TO BUY
6QUARE PIANO In good condition. 1611
Farnam. N 687
WANTED Good family mare. 43d and
Cvultx. M MUl
When you get the . greatest value for
proportionately the least expenditure
Bcc Want Ads do the business a trial will convince
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE , PERSONAL
ROYAi, HOTEL, European. 16th & Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel. 13U A Farnam.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS snd good board, $5 per week and
up. Call 1517 Chicago St. E 07
Tel. 61L O. M. E. Haul Trunks
FRONT room, new, modern, $2 wek. 2J23
T a ' XT' WiC- All
$1.00 to $2.00 per week. 422 fl. 18th, St., on
oiock south of court nouse.
FURNISHED rooms, large or smalt; every-
Hung Biriciiy moaern. xio i-tu. jh,-
E 989 A15
NEWLY furnished rooms; new furniture
Rnd flat remodeled; reasonable. Hat 6,
234 Farnam. 'Phone 2203. E 456 lx
FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping.
2001 Dodge. kj Ri2 IX
1S16 CHICAGO, south front parlor, piano;
also other rooms; modern. -Mia lx
NICELY furnished front room and alcove.
Gentlemen preferred. 'Phone 2632. Ill N.
20th. E tfv9 lx
ONE nicely furnished front room; house
modern. Telephone Cedar 62311. 2427
XJOUge D. XL, ,T1,.) IX.
A SUITE of two nice rooms for light house
keeping; also one very pleasant southeast-front
room at 808 South 21nt St.
E M437 lx
CENTRE EUROPEAN HOTEL.
210 N. 17th St.. decant front rooms. $2
per week and upwards. Transient fJf to $1
per day. Tel. B. 2547.
DESIRABLE, large, south room. $2, nnd
one west room, strictly modern; nice
home for nice party; private family of
three; breakfast If desired. Applv 1712
Charles St F M485 3x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave ;
broad verandas, ample liwns, stately
trees, rustic seats; heme cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 708
PIiEASANT front room, excellent table.
can uui r ariiaiu. x none uiaca 4MU.
ELEGANT room and board for two. mod
ern; telephone, private. 2037 Harney St.
F 460 lx
THE ROSE, 2020 Harney Nicely furnished,
cool rooms, with board; one small room;
also suite parlors; will rent single or
ensutte; rates reasonable. F 453 2x
NEATLY furnished room, with good board,
ior two; modern house. 2215 California
St. F 461 lx
LARGE front room, with board for two;
ui,,ueiii. x none euar-40tui. M't, wouta
19th St. F-476 2x
TWO rooms with board. 2410 Cass St.
F 478 2x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE nice unfurnished front ground
uooi iuuiiib; very reasonaDie, mo a. jxth
St. O 214 31x
TWO basement rooms, 1170 N, 17th St.
G M4S8 3x
FOR RENT HOUSES
nUU.t-o. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Pan & Storage Co. pack.
move ana Biore ii. ti. goods. Storehouse
1120-24 N. 19th. Ottlce. 1611. Farnam.
Tel. 1659. I-710
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 14S4. Ofllce. 1713 Webster St.
Piano moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626. Schmoller & Mueller.
HOI ISFSmii PrU ' tn c"y- The
llUU-tJo. DavU Co.. kX Bee Bldg.
HOUSED, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
NO EQUAL, all modern, 7-room house, 220
N. 23d. it 31
FOR RENT 7-room house, all modern;
choice neighborhood, 2123 California St.,
$30. Apply at 607 N. 19th St. D-M430
FOR RENT Nice ten-room house; all mod
ern; close to business and good neighbor
hood; possession Aug. 1. 631 S. 26tli Ave.
Inquire 119 S. 26th St. Rent reasonable.
A 9-room, all modern brick, attached house,
410 N. 22d 8t. ; very complete in every
respect; 2 bath rooms, good laundry, ex
cellent cellar and furnace; rent reduced
to $45.00 per month to good tenant. See
this house at once, as it is the best we
know ot within walking distance.
N. P. DODGE & CO.
D M258 lx
JUST remodeled. 4 rooms, $7; 2 rooms, $6.
2322 Hickory St D ti-: 3ix
ROOMS, houses, stores. Tlzard, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT In Lincoln, thoroughly mod
ern boarding house, fine locution. Ad
dress John C Davenport, Lincoln. Neb.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFJCES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat I Bank Bldg.
THE store room No. 2912 Farnam St. only
$15 per month. Inquire R. C. Peters i
Co.. ground flood Bee Bldg. 1952
. BASEMENT, BRICK
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This building is feet, four stories
and a basement. The baaeuient Is 22x133
feet, is cemented. Ta ceiling over the
uanenient has a brick vault and iron beam
construction, mailing the uu-ement Ore
proof. The Ural floor has a u.arbie tloor in
tront and granolumu Uoor In ir. There
Is a large bui gir-prool auii and a power
elevator. Tne upper doors Have winuows
on lines side.
Address The Be Building Co., C. C.
Rosewauer, Secretary, room luO Bee Bldg.
WU have vacant a particularly desirable
small ofllce, which rents tor $iu.uu per
inoulh. Price includes heal, light, water
and Janitor service. It is located on tna
tourtu Uoor of Tna Bee bunding and is
Just the tiling for any one wauunt; a nice
title vtfice in the beat office bunding in
town. R. C. Peters Co., rental amenta,
ground tloor. Bee Bide. 1 1
IF you apply at once we can give any
one desiring a large office space almost
any arrangement iney oesire. Tills space
is on the sixth floor of itie Bee bulluing,
with north light. R. C. Peiers Co.,
rental agents, ground floor. Be Bldg. -
MORAND S for private lessons, ball room
or stage; waits and two-step guaranteed.
16th and Harney. "Phone 5141. School
opens bvpt, 1. Asaeoiblies, Wed., August 3o.
R. C. Peters & Co.
-room house, nicely papered and in good
condition, barn, tine lawn, lot 60x
128, line shade, and lots of fruit
$-'.000; will take $1,000 down, balance
-room house, with two full lots, south
front, good shade $1,550.
T-room modern house, new, hard wood fin
ish downstairs, fine lawn and full
lot, large mnplo shade trees, a nice
home, for only $3 50.
6-room modern home, with Arte lawn and
nice arrangement, an ideal home,
for only $,6iX.
8-room modern, except furnace, on corner
and good large rooms, a choice
property for the money $1,800.
8-room modern, east front, nice arrange
ment, good neighborhood. If you
really are looking for a home do
not tail to take this in. Price $3,5uu,
but we want offer.
8-room east front house, situated on a fin
elevation in the Walnut Hill dis
trict, but only half a block from
the car, all newly put in first-class
condition nnd a beautiful lot. We
want to Sell this right away and you
must understand that It Is worth
your while. In fact, a rare bargain.
We ask $2,000, but are anxious to
4-room house, south front on Boulevard
Ave., near 24th St. car barn $50;
will take $150 cash, balance on time.
2 east, front lots, making 106xl(i0, in good
neighborhood, a fine site for a home
or rental property. Price, $900; this
is a snap.
We have four east front lots at $600 each.
If lot Is purchased owner will build
house to. suit on payments.
Choice lylnt! 2o-acre tract, IV miles north
of B'lorence, on Calhoun road; new
hay shed, line well, 360 apple trees,
260 pUim, 40 cherry, 20 pear, all 5
years old; 6 acres bearing grapo
vines. 1 acre blackberries of choice
variety, 1 acre strawberries, 600
raspberries, 7 acres of alfalfa; all
In fine condition. This is right for
$4,000. It' will bear Inspection and
looks better than It reads.
1 acre, choicely located, for $3ou.
V, acre, set out to fruit, $275.
R. C Peters & Co.
HE 473 Six
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Good Iowa corn farm of 560 acres; 40 acres
in cultivation, balance fine pasture; good
improvements, 3 miles from town. Prlo.
$06 per acre, will take stock pt goods, or
good city property as part payment. J.
P. Martin, Missouri Valley, la.
If you want In the pool to buy 5,000 acres
of the best land In Cuba, at only $12.54
per acre, worth $25. see me at once.
C. R. GLOVER.
Room 3. N. Y. Life. "Phone 13S.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and V yoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Laud Dept.
V. P. R. R Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A." '
$2,300 WILL buy beautiful modern cottage
and full lot in Hanscom Place; east front
street paved; everything first-class.
Room 1, N. Y. Life Bldg.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
W. L. BURGESS, Manager.
813 So, 15th Street, Omaha.
' RE 986 At
cSAa Williamson Co.u-
" "" RE 721
FOR SALE Owner will sell at
a bargain, . 8 room modern
house, fine condition, well lo
cated, cash or terms, might
take a vacant lot as part pay
ment. Address 15 Bee Office.
RE 211 31 .
WRITE for illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Cadwell Co., Ltd., Broken
Bow, Neb. . RE 723
We offer for the first time a great snap
on Cuming St. It is 132 feet south front
on Cuming St, on a corner near 27th; 'pav
ing all paid; small house, renting for $10
per month. This is the best place for sev
eral cottages we know ot, and the price Is
only $2,500. Ask any real estate man in
Omaha if this Is not a bargain-
N. P. DODGE & CO.,
1614FARNAM ST. RE-M496 2
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
slock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rales are as low as any, our service
is quick and quiet and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. W want your business If you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA -UlUljAO- LOAN CO
M6 eo. Xoui Bi., Tel. "
iU Board ot Trade Bldg
( tfclsiabli-hed low.;
WHERE You get it on
Furniture, Pianos, Horses,
Vaoiis, Cows, Salaries, eux.
WHERE You get it on short notice.
WU-.R-1 You el low rales and easy
WHERE a.'utiiidentlal and courteous
dealings bring y wu back.
WHERE -an u do better T
PliO,NlX CREDIT CO.,
Top floor. M PAXION BLK.
We have money to loan at a reasonable
rate on uiaiuonds, pianos, houaenold
furniture o other good cluitlel securi
ties to parues Miiobt. position in lile re
quire that such liansautluus be made
and held in sli'.ct couiidunce. Union Loan
aiid Investment Co., iU Be. Xel. 2Dul
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary
horses, etc.; tuUf usual rates. Dr. Pribbe
now room 214, at Ml S. 15lh tiu Tel. B'uol
MONEY loaned salaried peopl and others
without security; easy payments. Orhces
in 63 principal cities. Tolman, room 714.
New York Life Bldg. X. 748
DO WEN" 8 MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows, plain note if
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on salary, furniture, Jew
elry, horses. Duff Ureen Loan Co., I
Baxkar Blk. X 761
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed 3)9 B 11
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accomodat
ing, all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
MONEY FOR BAI.ARIED PEOPE. STAR
LOAN CO.. W PAXION BLK. X-764
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. laot Farnaui bu X 76
EDWARD NORMAN KENT, music studios,
Wlthnell Bldg., 15th and Harney. Writ
for circulars. U 7S1
TRY KELLEY 8 LAUNDRY, THONR
Just forming; 60o and $1 weekly; pianos de
livered Immediately; piano lessons free.
Call for particulars. 1611 Farnam St.
PRIVATE home during; confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan Sani
tarium, 728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
Tel. 774. U-526
"PHONE 701 and a man will call and tun
your piano, $2. Pern-Id Piano Co.. lfill
Farnam. U T34
MA!N PTI ("treatment baths. Mine.
mAVjrMC 1 lUgmlth, 118 N. 15. 2d fl.. r 2,
TUB. vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th.
ACCORDION nnd SUNBURST
PLKATING. RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and samples.
THK GOLDMAN PLhAllNG CO
200 DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. IMA.
FACTORY tuners and action regulators at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 162.
Schn.oller & Mueller, piano makers.
j LARSON & JOHNSON Cut rates to ell
points. I4ot Farnam. Tel. 1835. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co., manufactures
pur flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel. 4521.
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in fact, anything you do not need;
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. 11th
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 1135 and wcgon will call.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Oarde.U,
2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. U 740
WE RENT sewing machines. 7Bo week. We
repair all makes of machines; second
hand machines. $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co.,
Tel. Itit3. Cor. 15th and Harney. U 741
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk.
DR. JACKSON, specialist In chronlo dis
eases, 418 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Consultation
free. V M343
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1506 Farnam
YOI'NG man, age 28, good looking, holds
responsible position, wants good looking
wife at once. Address Earl, L. B. 74. Hot
Springs, S. D. U M491 lx
WANTED Morry-fro-round, balloon nnd
other attractions for Old Settlers' picnic
at Pleasanton. Neb., August 15-16. Ad
dress P. 8. Holtzlnger, Secretary, Pleas
anton. Neb. U M248 1
WANTED Ry his mother: Boy, Ira Har
din, 14 years old, light hair, dark eves;
left home January last; has never been
heard from since. Address Mrs. C. B.
Lawrence, Box 827, Dead wood, 8. D .
U 476 3x
TITtNER rest cure and water cure, Colfax,
Iowa. - U 106 6x
WANTED For the W. O. W. carnival at
Courtland Beach, August 5 to 13. Inclusive,
2 or 3 good percentage shows. Apply
Charles Unltt, 606 Brown Blk.
, U-M4S7 S
APPENDICITIS cured at tiome without
carving; sure, simple. Celebrated physl
?lan ?. r1'mt'dy- J- J. Wlltse, 1118 Maple St.,
De Moines, la. M 910 Alx
FOR Women Only Dr. Rnymonra puis for
delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no inter
ference with work; relief brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; hlghlr
recommended by ail that have used then.
By mall. $Z Dr. Q. G. Raymond Remedy
Co.. room 36, 84 Adams St., Chicago 111.
LADIES Chichester s English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no
S'ht ,r- . f:ldw , stamps for particulars.
Relief for Ladies," in letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical C... Philadelphia. Pa.
DR. PRIES trats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women from anv
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp, Dr. Pries, 1611 V4 Dodge St
PEN-TAN-OOT-Prompt regulator for la
dles; never fails; $2 postpaid. Sherman
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha 718
RHEUMATISM WHISKY Why suffer
from rheumatism when there is a speclrlo
cure for yo " Why be a slave to whisky
opium, moi ;ne, tobacco or cocaine when
we guarantee to cure you Answer this
by writing the ENSOR REMEDY CO
South Omaha, Neb. (Incorporated In 1X9.'
, . -527 A14
BOYS To have all the enjoyment possible
you should, use our tablets; they cure ail
nervous diseases; $1 for a box of Kn m
8. Co.. 612 N. 16th St. -798 Aij1-
$30-RUPTCRE CCRED-$30; no Injections
no pain absolute guarantee; we cure pe?:
rnanently; new method; call or write for
booklet Qt ICK CURE RUPTURE CO
5 lx x WOODMEN WORLD BLDG !
FOR SALE FARMS
. sale-farm land.
25,000 acres farm lands In Hyde and Hand
counties, South Dakota. Jiana
HART & SMITH, 4u2 N. Y. LIFE '
FIFTY good Improved farms from 160 to 60
acres in Boone and Nance counties, Neb
favorable terms. For particulars call ori
It Wn.J UEJRQE & --0- l'l Farnam
bf.. Omaha. M424 A-29
640-acre ranch In central 8. D. All fenced
artesian well of soft water. 100 Percherorl
horses (mostly registered). 2.000 lb. stal
lion 7-room house, shade and fruit trees
and creek full of fish. Pr ice. $15 00 per
acre and 9.oo0.oo for all horses. Reason
for selling, owner Is 72 years old and
wants to quit business. Hart, 401 N Y
Life. 264 1 '
80 acres. Green Co., Iowa vs. m
320 acres. Hand Co.. S. D "liaE,
W acres, Hyde Co., 8. D ""IlStiO
164 acres, La Moure Co., N. D... " 119 no
HART & SMITIL 402 N. Y. LIFE
This agricultural weekly goes to 60.000
homes of farmers and stuck raisers, so if
you have a good piece of !nd to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. Th cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word In small type, or
t- Super Inch If set In larea 'yDe-
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Furnished room, close In. con
venient to So. Omaha car line, fur one
gentleman. Address 40, Bee office.
K Hi7 lx
WANTED, board In private family for two
children. Address 42. Bee. K MI9U 2x
H. A. STURGE8. registered attorney; pat
ents, trade marks, c-pyngnts; no fee un
less succeMlul. 817 N. X- Life. Omaha.
Palmlst-M M B. B U D D II A-Clnlrvoysnt
Located over 113 8. liilh, upntans. Its.
sultful predictions guaranteed. S -sa;
ROM AIN SISTERS. PALMISTS.
Card readers snd clairvoyants. Test read
ing, li few days only. Full life muting
ralmistry, 36c; cards, 50c; clnlrvovnnt, $1'
lours. 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. fxfi N 'n;ih St
For reading by mall send birth dntn
Wonderful Trial Reading
Send dime, stamped envelope, own wrltlmr
birth date. Dr. J. lister. Drawer 34, Bt'
Louis, Mo., and receive a
Wonderful Trance Reading
MME. HOTKH docs nil thnt others clnlm to
do. Center Hotel, 210 N. 17th St., A block
northwest 1. O. 8 - 477 4
MEMORIAL CARPS; ar
tistic designs. S
LYNGSTAD lbUl St- a,,J -""ii av
GREAT WESTERN PRINTING CO. 1.M1
Capitol Ave.. Tel. 24i; fully equipped f.,r
all kinds of printing. 716
JENNINGS PRINTING- CO.
-M473 A 12
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow
Church CO., main fl., N. Y. L 'Phone 133.
J. M. Macfarland, 304 N. Y. L. Bid. Tel. 1552.
OMAHA COLLECTION CO.. Tel. 1275.
Bee Bldg. 2b
Johnson Institute, 615 N.Y. Life bldg. Tel. I'M
MRS. JOHN R. MI SICK. Osteopathy Phy
sician; ofllce, Neville Blk. Tel. 21S23.
HESS & SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. 70!
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1261
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Cheap, phaeton. 15C2 N. 17th St.
(Should be reid DAILY by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time).
Foreign mails fur the week ending August
6. 1906 will close (PROMPTLY In all
rases) at the General Postolllce as fob
t?WSi 1SF,G,ICSTERED ANU PARCELS
POST MAILS close at the General Post
office ONE HOUR EARLIER than closing
i e- Bhown below. Parcels-Post Mails
for Germany close at 6 p. m. July 31 and
Parcels-Post Malls for Great Britain and
Ireland are despatched by the White Star
Line on Wednesdays and by the American
Line on Saturdays. An additional despatch
Is made by the Cunard Line when a Cunard
steamer sails on Saturday LATER than
the American Line steamer the same day.
The Parcels-Post malls close one hour be
fore the regular malls.
Parcels-Post Mall for BARBADOS and
GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND CAN
NOT be reKtst-red.
Regular and Supplementary malls clos
at Foreign Station (corner of West and
Morton streets) half hour later than clos
Ing time shown below (except that Sup
plementary Mails for Europe, and for Cen
tral America via Colon, close on hour
later at Foreign Station).
TUESDAY (l)-At 2:30 a. m. for EUROPE,
per s s. Kronprinz Wm., via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Bremen.
UtKK.KSDAY (2)-At 6:30 a. m. for EU
ROPE, per s. s. Teutonic, via Queens
town and Liverpool; at 7:30 a. m. for
NETHERLANDS direct (specially ad
dressed only), per b. s. Rotterdam; at
8:30 a. m. for ITALY direct (specially
addressed only), per s. s. Lombardla; at
lla;,m' for NORWAY (PARCELS-POST
MAILS), ner s. s. Hellig Olav (also regu
lar mall for Denmark when specially ad
dressed for this steamer).
TH-.V'RAY 32-At 7 - ffT FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORT-
LiAL,".Tl'RK,4X EGYPT, GREECE
and BRITISH INDIA, per s. s. La
Touralne. via Havre (also other parts of
Europe when specially addressed for this
steamer); at 9:30 a. m. for ITALY dl-
rect (specially addressed only), per s. s.
FRIDAY (4)-At 7 p. m. for AZORES
Nl.ivna n .- . .. . 1 . . .
...... ... ,j, j;, o. s. wiojic, xrum x30S-
SATURDAY (5)-At 6:80 a. m. for IRE
LAND, per s. s. Umbrla. via Queens
town (also other parts of Europe when
specially addressed for this steamer); at
6 a. m. for EUROPE, peo- s. s. St. Paul,
via Plymouth and Cherbourg; at 8:30 a.
rn. for BELGIUM (PARCELS-POST
MAILS), per s. a. Finland (also regular
mall for Belgium when specially ad
dressed for this steamer); at 8:30 a. m.
for ITALY direct (socially addressed
only), per n. s. Koenlgin Lulse; at 9:30
a. m. for SCOTLAND direct (specially
addressed only), per s. s. Astoria.
Malls for Sooth and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
WEDNESDAY (2) At 9 a. m. for BER
MUDA, per s. s. Bermudian; at 8:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10:30 a. ni.) for INAGUA,
CAPE HAITI, PORT DE PA1X and
MAGDALEN A DEPARTMENT OF CO
LOMBIA, per s. 8. Valdlvla (also other
parts of Haiti when sjieclally addressed
for thl8 steamer); at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for NICARAGUA
(except East Coast), HONDURAS (except
East Coast), SALVADOR. PANAMA,
CANAL ZONE. CAITA DEPARTMENT
OF COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU, BO
LIVIA and CHILI, per s. s. Segurauua,
via Colon (also Guatemala when specially
addressed for this steamer); at 11 a. 111.
for HAITI, per s. 8. P. F. Hendrik (In
cluding Capo Haiti, Port de Pulx, Cura
cao, Venesuela, Trinidad and Guiana
when specially addressed for this steam
er); at 12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1 p. m.)
for TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC, per s. s. New York; at 12:30
p. m. for CAIBARIEN, CUBA (specially
addressed only), per s. 8. Curityba.
THURSDAY (3 At 7 a. m. for BRAZIL,
per s. s. Tennvson. via Pernambuco.
Bahla, Rio Janeiro and Santos (Including
Northern Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and
Paraguay when specially addressed fur
this steamer); at 9 11. m. for CUBA, YU
CATAN and CAMPECHE. per s. s. Visi
lancia (also other parts of MEXICO when
specially addressed for this steamer); at
12 ;n. for YUCATAN, via Progreso, r r
a s. City of Washington (also other parts
of Mexico, via Tamplco, when specially
addressed for this steamer).
FRIDAY (4l-At 12 m. for YUCATAN and
CAMPECHE. per s. s. Daggry; at 7 p. m.
for BERMUDA, per steamer from Hall
fax. SATURDAY (6)-At 7:30 a. m. for NEW
FOUNDLAND, per 8. Rosalind; at 8:30
a. m. (supplementary 9:30 a. m ) for
PORTO RICO. CURACAO and VENE
ZUELA, per 8. s. Philadelphia (also Co
lombia, via Curacao, when specially ad
dressed for this steamer); at 9:30 a. n.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE
ISLAND, JAMAICA and COIXJ.MHIA. ex
cept Cauca and Mucdalena Departments,
ier a. s. Banna (also Costa I'.h-a, via
.Imon, when specially addressed for this
steamer); at Jo a. m. for CUBA, per s.
8. Morro Cnstle, via Havana; at 12 m.
for BARBADOS, GUIANA an.l NORTH
ERN BRAZIL, per s. s. Humbert, via
Barbados, Para, Murunliam and Ceara.
NOTICE. Five cents per naif ounce tn ad
dltion to the regular postage. inu b
prsnaid on all letters forwarded y th
SUPPLEMENTARY MAI1 snd letters
deported In the drop markod "letters
for Foreign Countries." after the CLOS
ING OF THE REGULAR MAIL, for
despatch by a particular vessel, will not
be so forwarded unless such additional
postage is fully prepaid thereon by
stan.ps. Supplementary Traneutlantio
Malls are opened on the piers of th
AMERICAN, ENGLISH and FRENCH
steamers, whenever the Ballings occur at
9:u) a. m. or later; and late mail may b
deposited In the mail boxes on the piers
of -h German Lines sailing from lln
bohen. Supplementary m:ill for Turks
Island snd I Junilnli a n In-public Is also
opened on the Clyde Line Pier. The mails
on the piers open one hour and a half
before sailing time, and clone tea minutes
before sailing time. Only regular post
age (letters 6 cents a half ounce Is re
quired on articles mailed on the piers of
the American. White Star and German
(Sea Post) steamers; double postage (let
ters 10 cents a half ounce) on other lines
Malls Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
Malls (except Jamaica and Bahamas) ar
forwarded dally to ports of sailing. The
CONNECTING mails close at the General
Post Ottlce, New Y'ork. as follows:
CUBA, via Pwl T'anii-a, at H J a. io. (Mon-
dnv Wednesday and Saturday). (Al
from New York. Thuisday and Saturaay
see above )
MEXICO CITY, overland, at 1.30 p. m.
and K,:S- 1. m. dally, except Sunday;
Sunday at I 'V p. ni. and pi 3i p. m
NEWFOUNDLAND (except Parcels-Pest
M illsi, tit North Swincv fit 7 p m. Mor-..
day, Wednesday and Saturday (alsjl
00 nsionallv roui New York and 1 i.iu.A
deli,.,i srp above) ,
MlyUEION via Boston and North Pyd-
11; i v. at i p m. every other Sunday
ljune 4 and is, etc).
JAMAICA, vl i Bos ten. at T:fl0 p. m. Tiles.
day and I-'ildsv (Also from New York
on Saturdaj. Se above.)
COSTA RICA, via New Orleans, at 110 31
fi m. Tuesday.
tlTlPli HONDURAS. HONDURAS (East
loasti nn.l GUATEMALA via New or
leans, st 103.. p ,. Monday. (West
Coast of Honiluias la despatched rroro
New York via Panama see shove )
NICARAGUA (East Const 1. -in New Or
leans, at .10 rto p. m. Sunday and W (vines-
day. (West Civet of Nicaragua Is do-'
spatchel from New York via Panama-
PANAMA and CANAL ZONE via v
Orleans, nt llO.tn p. m Kundav (only
specially addressed mall i,,rward.-d
Ma New Orleans when New York
steamer sails on following Monday). After
1 . in. tMindiy iin.i uiiiii salMiis of
New Wk steamer, mall fur Panama
nnd Cum. I .me is held for tne
Yorli steamer se above.
REGISTERED MAIL for overland d.
(-patches closes at 6:W p. m. previous uay.
Transpnrlflo Mails. For-rardedN Over,
Th schedule of closing of Transpacific
Mails is arranged on the presumption of
their uninterrupted overland trnnit to port
cf sailing. The final oomicetint, malls (ex.
cept Registered Transpacific Mulls de
spntched via Vancouver. Victoria, Tnco-ii.i
or Seattle, which close at 6 p. m previous
day) close at the Oners! Post Office, New
ork, as follows:
1 XMiri and MARQUESAS 1S7.ANDR vl.i
San Francisco, close at 6 p. rn. August 1
f..r despatch per s. s Mariposa.
NEW ZEAI.AND. AUSTRALIA (except
West). NEW CALEDONIA SAMOA
Hawaii ana ri.ii ISLANDS, via c ni
Francisco, close st p. m. August 5 for
despatch per s. s. Sonomn. (If the Cunai.l
steamer currying the British mail for
New Zealand does not arrive In tine t.
connect with this despatch, extra mails,
closing at 6:30 a. m , 9:30 a. 111. and ti P
tn.; Sundays at 4:3o a. in., 9 a. m. im.i
6 p. m. will be made up and forwarded
until the arrival of the Cunard steamer I
JAPAN, COREA, CHINA nnd PHILIP.
PINE ISLANDS, via Seattle, close at (
p ni. August 7 for despatch per s s
JAPAN (except Parcels-Post Mallsi
COREA, CHINA nnd PH1LIPP1NK
ISLANDS, via Vancouver and Vlctora
B. ... olose at 6 p. m. August 8 for de
spatch per s. s. Empress of Japan.
Hawaii, japan, corka. china and
PHILIPPINE ISI-ANDS. via San Fran
cisco, close at .6 p. m. August 11 for de
spatch per s. s. Siberia.
JAPAV, COREA, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via 'Oleoma, closo at fl
r. m. August 11 for despatch per s. s.
FIJI ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA (except
West) and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van
couver and Victoria, B. C, closo at 6 p.
rr. August 12 for despatch per s. s.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, rlos at 4
p. m. August 14 for despatch per s. s. Ala
meda. HAWAII, JAPAN, COREA, CHINA nnl
specially addressed mall for PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via Pan Francisco, clos
at fi p. m. August 24 for despatch per s. a
PHI1.1 IPPINE ISLANDS and GUAM, via
San Francisco, close at 6 p. m. August 21
for despatch per II. S. Transport.
MANCHURIA (except Mukden, New.
chwang and Port Arthur) and EASTERN
SIBERIA Is at present forwarded , via
NOTE Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia is forwarded via Europe; New
Zealand via San Francisco, and certain
places In the Chinese province of Yunnnn,
via British India the quickest rout.ia.
Pll lllrtril ne anenliillv n HH raaaa "t'l a V.t.
rope must be fully prepaid at the foreign
rates. Hawaii Is forwarded via San Frun- H
ci.-( tj i. iiKniy. i arceis post mans Tor
New Zealand and Australia (Including
West Australia) are forwarded via Kar
WILLIAM R. WILLCOX.
Post Office, New York. N. T.
Julv 28, l!-.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
t'XIO STATION TKXTH AND MARCT.
T a rm A iH n
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:18 pin
California V. nr.aa a X-1A a Q-Oo n.
California & Oregon Ex. a 4:20 pm a 6:10 pin
North Platte Local a 7:60 am a 6:20 pm
Fast Mali a 7:55 am a S:20 pin
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
Beatrice Local b 8:15 pm b 1:30 pin
St. Louis Express 6:30 pm 8:20 am
St. Louis I.ncal (from
Council TllnlTol 01R nm lfl M r.m
Shenandoah lineal (from
council Bluffs) 6:45 pm 2:30 pm
CblcHRo, Rock Island Jt Pacific.
IT A QT
Chicago Limited a 3:35 am
Chicago Express a 7:35 am
Chicago Ex., Uical bll:40am
iH's Moines Express. ...a 4:30 pm
a 7:10 am
a 8:60 pin
a 4:30 pm
bll :f) 11 ni
a 9.55 pm
a 1:15 pm
a 3:30 am
a 4:56 pm
all: 40 am
a 7:25 am
T H-s Moines 1 j. ft. I
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:40 pm
Rocky Mountain Llm'd. a 7:20 am
v oiorauo express a 1:30 pm
viKiiinoma 1 exas ,x.a 4:so pin
Colorado Night Ex a 8:65 tun
Chlcaao, Milwaukee dt St. Paul
Chicago llnvlivht Vv a am n11-oA n. .
c aiirornia-oregon Ex... a 6:45 pm
a 3:10 pu
overland Limited a 8:35 pm
a 7:35 ai
Chlcao-o A Northwestern.
Local Chicago all :30 am
Fast Mail ... a tt-'.'n
e 9:35 am
a 7:30 urn
Dallght St. Paul !!a?:60am
Daylight Chicago a 6:o0 am
Limited Chicago a 8:38 pm
Local Carroll a 4:30 pm
Fast St. Paul a 8:2X.pm
Local Sioux C. & St. P. b 3:60 pm
Chicago Express a 5:50 pm
Norfolk & Honewteel ....a 7:40 am
Lincoln & Long Pine ...b 7:10 am
Casper A. Wyoming ....e 2:50 pm
Deadwood & Lincoln ....a 2:50 pm
Hastings-Albion b 2:60 pm
Des M & Okobojl Fx.. .a 7:55 am
e 6:16 pm
Chicago Express a 7:25 am alO 35
Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm a 8:(6 .
Minn. & St. Paul Ex....b 7:25 am bl0:35
Minn. & St. Paul Ltd. ..a 7:60 pm a 8:06
St. Louis Express a 8.00 am a 6:80 am
K. C. at St. L. Ex all:15 pm a 6.00 pin
( lilraso Great Western.
St. Paul & Minn a 8:30 pm a 7:15 nin
St. Paul & Minn a 7:45 am a 7:55 pm
Chicago Limited a 6.00 pm alo:30 am
Chicago Express a 6:uG am a 3:30 pin
WK.IINTEH DEPOT 10TII WEDSII H
Nebraska Ijocal, via Iieave. Arrive.
Weeping Waler b 8;5o pm bl2:30 pin
( hlraHO, St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger... b 6:30 am b 9:10 put
Sioux City Passenger... a 2 :w) pm all:20a-n
Oakland Local b 5:45 pm b 9:10 uni
III Hl.I(i'ro STATION IOTH A MAs"M
Denver & California a 4:10 pm a 8:2o pin
Northwest Express all lopm a 6.11a pm
Nebraska pol-its a h:5o am a 7:4u pm
Lincoln Fast Mail b 2:57 pm al2:i6 pm
Ft. Crook de Plaltsm'th.b 2.52 pm alu:2a am
Bellevue & Platlsin'th..a 7:50 pm b 8:32 am
Bellevue & lac. June. ...a 2:3') an
Bellevue ac I'm'. Junc....al2:16 pm
Denver Limited a 7:10 am
Chicago Special a 7 25 am
Chiiago Express -u 4.w pm a 3:66 pm
Chicago Flyer a fc :'.'. pm a 7:26 p.a
Iowa lineal u 9:16 am ul0:63 pi t
St. Louis Express a 4:46 pm all:3uum
Kansas City & Ht. Joe..ulO:45 pm a 6.45 am
Kansas City si bt. Joe. .a 9:15 am a 6:u5 pm
Kansas City & St. Joe.. a 4:15 pm
a dally b dally except Sunday, d daily
except Saturday, e dully except Monday,
Frenrb I.lne, New York to Paris. His Day a
bulling rrjr Tbursd jr at 10 a. oa.
I GaarOBQ. .. . Aug. ill. 1 'luuralna Aug. 11.
I llr-(xan Aug. IT. La Lorraltia Hf-pl. T.
Ls btvuia Aug 4. La Hrvt.gna blt. 14.
N, voders, g.-tlo iwm-avraw aA aipraaa
gu. .art; a,al olLcara ata-o(-war Alftciwiu.
loiuii-uy a vtal.bulna ualaa, Xlara-rarls, a Souia
ruf(aU'iial ori:batra va turn l4 twia-acr lMtK
Harrr - Moorts. A.ul wum aa a.
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cam firat XlluA.l kauk. C. -t
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