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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1D05.
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will be taken
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Advertisers, by rrqaestlna- a anm
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dressed to a nambrrrd letter In rart
of The Her. Answers an addressed
will be delivered oa prraratalloa of
THE FALL TERM OF
Is now open day and night. Yet It Is not
too lata to enter. Begin now and get that
mental drill and discipline that will double
your earning capacity, liuslness, shorthand,
typewriting, telegraphy, normal and Eng
lish, catalogue free. Adnress h. b.
Boyles, I'res., Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
QTnVB;R'P',"(i' Omaha Plating Co.,
O 1 J V CO 1608 Harney St. Tel. 2635.
CITY 8AVLNQ8 BANK pays per cent.
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3530.
ANTI-Monopoly Oar bags Co., $21
211 8. 11th St.
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere.
P. a. Phllbln. lit Farnam. 'Phone 74.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. Q. Andreeu. Prop., 102 g. loth St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY"
Iron and brass castings. 902 Jackson. TeL
2432. R 934
SIGN PAINTINO, S. 1L Cole, 1303 Douglas.
BAD IRONS renlatcd. 20c: three for IV-e.
Omaha Plating Co.. 1ft Harney. Tel. 2535.
i or k -smith Ke" nd look"' c-l-
lVJ-wIomi 1 n lieflln, 217 South 14th.
HOLLOW BUILDING Slat1"-
quality. Cheapest price. Wentworth, 61i
Pax-eon block. "Phone 16T3. R 651
i'uH Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pills, for
-ueiayea periods, absolutely rename, per
fectly safe; no danger, no pain, no inter
ference witn work; reller brought to thou
sands after everything else failed; highly
recommended by all that have used them.
By mall, 32. Dr. U. U. Raymond Remedy
Co.. room 36. 64 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, lMlVi Dodgu St.,
PEN'-TAN-OOT Prompt regulator for la
ities; never rails; 2 postpaid. Bherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha.
RUPTURH CURED No knlfs, no Injec
tions, tun or write lor booklet, iuick
Cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg.,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
PULLEYS AND COUNTER SHAFTS AT
30 pulleys, from t Inches to 48 Inches In
diameter; 1 counter shafts, complete.
These are all In flrst-class condition. W. H.
Bridges, engineer, liee UlUg. (4113
run balu-'iwo lire scnoiarsbips on
Omaha business colleges. Address
Dwlght Williams, Omaha Bee, Omaha,
nea w 12
1 I 1 Hll 1
FOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
galvanised iron, cornice and ornamental
Iron posts, suitanie ror snow window. Ap
ply supef iiiieuuejii ikq xiiug. i aifl-ti
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tubles, bar fixtures of all kinds;
easy payments. Senct for catalogue,
Brunswick-liulke-Collender. 407 S. 10th St.,
umana. 4 bj
COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni
ture. Chicago f urniture lu,, iuo Dodge.
Tel. vrny. y rto
tD-H AND safe cheap,
Derlght, 1119 Fnr-
EH ER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT. Sherman & Mcuonnell Drug Co.,
umana. y w
6-BURNKK gas stove, witn two ovens, sec
ond-hand; also $:i5 phonograph, cheap, at
3510 mrayoue Ave. w ai2io ix
CHEAP chiclflrn fence, long fir timbers and
telephone poles. 901 Douglas. Q 944
MILCH COWS on easy terms.
'land seekers' cheap excursion,
private parties, to Aoeraeen, u. !., Tues
day, 26th. Good terms, best car to be
bad; room for eighteen. Address A 63
The Uee, at once. q 864
STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE
If you taant a bargain in steam fittings call
ana took over tne toiiowing auppues;
1.8-inch Austin borlsontal separator.
1.8-lncli Austin's horisonlal sepuratur.
1.4-inch Austin's vertical separator.
These have buen taken out on account of
changes in our steam plant and are In
good condition. Aunrvss Lies uulldlng
Co.. or see w. 11. Linages, engineer, Hue
iiidg., Umana. Q 633
FOR SALE One large Supreme hot blast
stove; good aa new; cheap. Address Bee.
FOR SALE Stoves, carpets, beds and all
1504 Park Ave.
IF YOU want to buy. sell rent or exchange
rel estate or business QL' ICK see Coinp-
tun-Watts Co., 6oi
U6 Paxton Plk. X6
PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing
Dusiness or years siaiiuiug 111 iuir cuy
desires to place some of his slock on guar
antee of 1 oer cent dividend pur annum.
payable semi-annually . Address 109. He.
nniHDlNQ house at a bargain. 13 rooms.
close in. Owner leaving city. 611 N. ltu.
Y M5J0 S13x
WE have run two of the most successful
general stores In southeastern Neb. for
several years, with stocks staple, clean
and well kepi in fact, the largest stores
and sales In either town, with lllieril
lroflts. After a recent sickness of 90
dttvs and other business plans, we will
sell either or both stores for cash, or
not over H cavh, bal. clear Neb. land.
Stocks will Invoice about $12,000 each.
There are safe, well paying Investments
for llv business man. Address 134. Bee.
FOR SALE Cash meat market on the
South Side; complete flxturca. Ineludi"?
barn, brick amoke house; rent only $10
a month; for quick sale will take $lon.
.Arnlv at 2416 So Ititn Bt. Y-2S3 lx
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get it- Z-4sI
Stock of hardware and residence property
in eastern Nebraska for farm or small
ranch In central Nebraska.
Stock general merchandise, store building
and residence in eastern Nebraska, for
farm or ranch In Nebraska. Address A.
J Yarrlngton. Wahno. Nh Z Mfr.7 18
MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
tistic designs. S. E. Cor.
1U SU uj Capllut Ave.
""fcevenlnsr edition ml antll p. m. for
j Hate 1 1-ise a word farat Ineertlon,
( SJf a word thereafter. Nothing Ultra
for Iraa than 2n for the flrat laser-
WANTED MALE HELP
OMAHA COMMERCIAL, COLLEGE
Opens September 4 In new building.
Nineteenth and Farnam All business
branches Shorthand. Typewriting. Tele
graphy, ln Art, Cartooning. Night sehoot
starts now. Write for catalogue. Address
WANTED FOR U. B ARMY, able-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 una
Si. citizens of United Stales, of rood
character and temperate hahlta, who
rend and speak English. 1-or further n-
formatlon apnlv to Recruiting; Officer
13th and Douglas Bin.. Omaha,: Lincoln,
CO" Sioux City, la.
TllRKH men of rood appearance; steady
employment. C. F. Adams Co., 1019 Howard
DRUO stores bought and sold. Drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest, 624 N. Y. L.
THREE bright active men capable of
earnrr.g $3o weekly ror traveling position.
Apply after 10 a, m. and 4 p. m. Manager,
I Ware Blk. B M2n5
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing
trade: great demand for graduates.
day; many complete course two months;
Frartuates admitted to union ana waster
lumbers' association. Coyne Pros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York, Cincinnati
and St. Louis. (Day and night class.)
For free catalogue address 23 10th Ave.,
New York. B 850
HARNESS MAKERS AND COLLAR CUT
TERS WANTED For both .light and
heavy work. Experienced men only. Run
full time the year round. Steady employ
ment, good wages. Come at once or
write Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.,
Duluth, Minn. B M 715 23
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you are In need of a position, call and
have a "heart-to-heart" talk with HART
THE EXPERT, 401 N. Y. Life. B 2S
BOILERMAKERS WANTED Contract
and repair work; come to stay as want
steady men. uttumwa .ttoiier ors,
Ottumwa. Ia. B 874 19
WANTED Experienced candy maker for
retail confectionery store; good wages to
right party. Apply at Lincoln Candy
Kitchen. RM-S80 18
WANTED First-class porter
saloon. 723 8. 9th Bt.
PRINTERS WANTED Non-union; high
wages. Address Eugene saenger, nmux
Falls. S. D. B-M967 IS
I WANT several male
15000 to 175.00. Must be
and accurate. Can you fill the bill?
Pollcltor and collector for Insurance.
Window trimmer, out of city, good salary.
Representatives for Gen. Md.e. Co., salary
Manager for mining store (Investment),
HART. 401 N. Y. LIFE.
BARBER wanted, young man, $10 to 315 a
week: steady lob; no bum need apply.
Wire at my expense. H. J. Eastman, Os
borne, Kan. w M1S2 isx
INTELLIGENT, active young man to
learn drug business, w. A. Plei, istn ana
Farnam. B M227
MOI.ER Barber College, lllfi Farnam St.,
wants Vi men to teacn Darner traae ana
take positions waiting graduates; few
weeks completes; can nearly earn ex
penses before finishing; qualified teachers,
careful examinations, practical experi
ence. Call or write. B M276 22x
WANTED Thoroughly experienced window
sign writer. Apply J. L,. wranaeis Hons.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
0 working girls. Canadian office.
WANTED Competent nurse
family. 1117 B. 3'tn Ave.
COMPETENT girl or woman; general
housework: must be good cook; no wash
ing. 1248 S. 10th St. C 854
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; four, in family; good wages;
references required. IX S. 30th.
C 873 19x
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
636 S. 29th Bt. C 972 18X
WANTED A cook at The HlllBlde. 102 N.
18th St. cQtn irx
GIRL for general housework. Mrs. F. D.
Wead, 502 S. 40th. Tel. Ash 4S071.
C M212 19
MOI.ER COLLEGE 1114 Farnam St.,
wants Indies to learn nalrdressing. manl
c'Tlng. facial massage, chiropody and
electrolysis (removing hair by electric
ity). Few weeks completes by our method;
careful examinations, qualified teachers,
practical experience. Call or write.
WANTED Good girl for chambermaid and
dining room work. 1818 Capitol Ave.
COOK nnd second girl for small family.
Mrs. M. Tvy, 2017 Dodge St. C M16 20
SITUATION WANTED Matron or house
keeper for hotel or private house. Neat
refined widow, 64 years old. First-class
references. No objection to leaving city.
Address 1641 Georgia ave. A M928 19x
WHEN In need of office help give me a
call. I have several first-class book
keepers and general office men. These
are thoroughly reliable.
I have aeveral flrat-closs experienced lady
stenographers and good otllce girls and
I supply these free of charge to Employers
and can guarantee all of them. Give me
HART. 401 N. Y. LIFE.
A M989 20
A RESIDENCE agent In each county, can
easily make 35 per day. For particulars,
address. The Farmers Friend. Holdrege,
Neb. J MISS ibx
FOR SALE FARMS
160 acres, Improved, four miles west of
South omuba, inw an acre.
HARRISON & MORTON.
912-913 N. Y. Life. "Tel. 314.
FOR SALE 1.960 acres of fins land ly
ing in snanow water ousm, in f inney
county, Kansas; 1,1m acres airaira laud
water rrom o to id reel rrom suriace; t.al.
about 2t feel to water; land all clear
of encumbrance; good soil; abundance of
good water; price, 313 per acre. Address
Lock Box S3, Spencer. Neb. -635 20
FOR SALE A fine farm of 146 acres; all
fine corn land except 20 acres of pasture;
J miles from a good market and miles
from Missouri Valley, la. Good improve
ments. Will consider $3,0o0 In good In
come Omaha property. Price $65,110 per
ere. Address Lock Box 675, Missouri
Valley, la. too
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,006
hemes of farmers and stock raisers, so it
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The coat of an advertisement
Is sinull 2 cents per word ui small type, or
$J S per inch If set in large type.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
GOOD hand-nutde gardener's wagon, near.
ly pew- $5.
Top delivery wagon $23.
Leather-top carriage $40.
Two fine traps
Rur.ubouts and top buggies.
Rubber-tired phbeton $25.
DKUMMUND CARRIAGE CO,
18th and Harney. P 187 830
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires,
at h,lf price. Also wire wheel runabout,
with cushion tires and ball bearings. A
big snap for someone. Johnson A Dan
tuith, b. W. Cor. loili and Jones Sts.
FINE, big work mare;
ness on good terms.
heavy Concord har
43d St. and Center.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORN E V 8 everywhere. The New Snow.
Church Co.. main fl.. N. Y. Lite. Phone Ui.
. U. UacfarWiid, 3o4 N. Y. Ls Bldg. Tel. 1552.
Is what you gtt when yu
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RFNT Nicely
em. 21:21 Douglas.
furnished room: mod
E M955 IS
FOR RENT Nicely
S. 25th Ave.
furnished rooms 110
E MW1 18x
FURNISHED room at 2224 Chicago Bt..
strictly modern, with 'phone. Phone
Douglas. 6726. K MD62 18x
NICELY furnished parlor, with piano,
sleeping room adjoining; large room on
21 floor, with stationary bowl. 220 N.
lUth. Tel. Red-liX. E M963
3 NICE rooms, all modern,
from car. 2K
E 909 11U.
good location; H block
single or en suite for
808 8. 21st Ht
E M208 19x '
LARGE nicely furnished front room and
alcove; alo single room. Ill N. 2oth St.
'Phone 2.-32. E-2J-4 19x
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, ground floor,
some suitable for men. 1712 Jackson.
E M294 19x
17T7 CALIFORNIA, one
room for light
E 200 lHx
TWO rooms, single or ensulte;
venlences. 221o California Bt.
E 28S 19x
LARGE parlor room, with alcove; all con
veniences. 2C16 California. E 2S9 19x
NICELY furnished, large front room; also
front parlor and two small bedrooms;
modern. 1015 Douglas. Telephone AitSl.
E 292 19x
FURNISHED room for gentleman, private
family. 31 N. 18th St. E-442 2?x
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th A cfJc'
DEWEY European hotel, 13th & Farnam.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
ROOMS and good board. 35
up. Call 1517 Chicago St.
per week and
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
NICELY furnished room for two gentle
men, modern. 116 N. 2&th. E 411 fcx
SUITE OF 4 large modern rooms; tnree
furnished; one block from car on ouuio
vard; fine location; no children; refer
ence. 2(04 N. lHtri E -
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
board; verandas, ample lawns, ininj
trees.z-tuBtlc seats; home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 963
Tel. 611. O. M.
E. Haul Trunks
FURNISHED room for gentleman, private
family. 310 N. lath Bt. rvtc
CENTRE HOTEL, 210 N. 17th St., adjoining
rooms with board, per weea aim up
wards. Tel. B 2547. F M926 lSx
PLEASANT east room for married couple
or two gentlemen; laniuy tame. Aooiess
B 24, Bee. F M225 19x
NEWLY' furnished room, with board;
modern; In private lamuy; nome cooa
ing. 309 N. 26lh St. F-296 19x
FURNISHED rooms and board; modern
house; first class table Doara. ins capi
tol Ave. ErMl?2l
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
FOUR rooms, modern, parlor floor. VJl?,8
28th St. , , un!
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOI ICPn ' all parts of the city. R
nUUaiiOt, peters A Co., Alee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van A Storage Co. pack,
move and store 11. 11. goous. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Oltlce, 1511 Vs Farnam.
lei. 1559. D m
VL MOVE pUinos.
age Co. Tel. 1496.
Maggard Van 4 Stor
Gthce. 1713 Webster St.
UDI ICCC In all parts of the city. iheO.
nUUDCJ t, Davis Co., 60S Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance, Rlngwalt, Barker Blk.
ROOMS, houses, stores.
Xlxard, 220 N. 234,
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Bcnmoller A Mueller.
2614 SU Mary's Ave., modern; $40.
6-ROOM house, modern, good repairs, $11
82d and Wright Sts. 'Phone 623. D 117
FOR RENT 7-room and 8-room houses,
all modern, near high school and Crelgh
ton college; $30 and $32.60. Inquire at H07
N. 19th St. D 411
1641 8. 29TH AVE., modern. 2-story brick
dwelling, rooms, facing Hanscom Park;
rent $10. Inquire 1115 8. 324 BL J. N.
Richards. D 623
FOR RENT 4
1521 N. 18th St.
nice' rooms; "city water ;!
512. c. M. Bacnman. 436
WEST PARNAM district. 7 rooms, recep
tion hall; best of plumbing; all modern.
3520 Dodge St.; $40 per month. Forgan
Haskell Co.. 315 N. Y. Life. D M-932
$25 00 per month fur 6-room modern flat, 1615
$2600 per month for 8-room. all modern
house, 2i24 Caldwell St.
$a no per month for 12-room modern house,
7o9 S. 29th St.
GEORGE A CO., 1801 Farnam St.
D M100 19
-ROOM house, modern, furnace and barn,
$26. 1314 8. 27th. D-M9X5 19
NEW cottages. W blk. south of 20th and
Vinton; every convenience; finished about
Uct 1; is. uoiu m
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. 1003 Far
nam; elevator. 3i r trsi 111 uuik mug.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small office which rents for $10.00 per
month. Price Includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It Is located on the
fourth floor of The Bee building and 1
just the thing for anyone wanting a nice
little office In the best office building In
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agents.
ground floor, Bee nidg. 1 id
BUILDING, 916 FAR
This uulldlng is 22, 136 feet, four stories
and basement. The basement is ZlxUi
feet, Is cemented. The celling over the
baement has a brick vault and Iro-i beam
construction, makelng the basement rire-
f,roof. The first floor has a marble floor In
rout and granolithic floor In rear. There
is a large burglar-proof vault and a power
elevator. The upper floors have windows
on three sides.
Address, The Bee Building Co., C. C.
Rosewaler, Secretary, Room 100 Bee Blag.
IF you apply at once w can give anyone
desiring a large office space almost any
arrangement they desire. This space Is
on the sixth floor of The Bee building,
w'th north light. R. C. Peters 4 CO,
rental agents, grouna nuor, cue uiag.
MORANPl adult rlaases are now open;
lessons Tues. and Frl. (. n. m.: 12 lessons.
lad:s, $6; gentlemen, $7: former and hlL'h
school pupils and college students. 64.
lei. 1041. Private isssous 011. -i3 Ol
of a Sale for What You Have
use Dee Want Ads They reach the buyers and make sales
A TRIAL, WILL CONVINCE.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR 8 ALE.
320-acre farm. Improved, close to town.
Dodge Co., Neb. A bargain at $60.
ISO acres. Improved. Lancaster Co., 4 -miles
from town, good land, very cheap, at $56.
240 acres, best Improved fsrm In l'olk Co.,
Neb. A decided bargain at $65.
80 acres, fine land and good Improvements,
Hamilton Co., near Aurora. This a fine
Some good farms in Hamilton and Clay
counties at $50.
Nuckolls and Webster county farms at $30
to $45. A. J. Yarrlngton, Wahoo, Neb.
New J-story, 7-room house, strictly mod
ern, never been occupied. lHth and Bur
dette, corner lot, boxi3i, permanent slde
walk, specials paid.
Telephone A -841 6
RE M219 13x
WRITE for illustrated pamphet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Caldwell. Broken Bow, Neb.
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE A TRUST
COMPANY'S abstracts of title are the
best. Our customers are protected by a
$10 000 surety bond against loss by errors.
When you buy or sell real estate, demand
a "Midland ' abstract. 1614 Farnam St.,
N. Y., Life Bldg. N. P. DODGE. JR.,
PRESIDUNT. RE 974
DEEP. RICH. BLACK soil, gently rolling.
Big crops of alfulfa, corn, small grain and
tame grass; good as lows; in central
South Dakota; homestead relinquish
ments, $i0 each; deeded land from $4 to
$12; terms easy: act quick for homestead.
O. P. Bunnell. 722 N. 19th St., Omaha.
RE M958 17
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R,, Omaha. Neb.. Dept. "A.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS - GRANDEN CO.,
P. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
Ill SouUi 16th Bt. Telephone 681.
FOR SALE Large house, two barns and
two full lots, on North 18th St.. only
$4.6u0. This Is a bargain.
Room L New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near
West 40th St. Address 120, care Bee.
WE are putting rn the market one of
the best uwn prorcrtlec In the Creek
Nation, I. T. ; terms, time or cash;
whether you seek an investment or
aacney, inform us and wc wdl mail you
full Information. Trtnton Realty Co.,
Trenton, I. T. KE-1I U
WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE
. FARMS, RANCHES AND
CITY REAL ESTATE.
WEBSTER & MILLER,
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
An almost new 6-room house, modern
except heat, in Bemls park. Reception
hall, open stairway; rooms are large, with
high ceilings; lot 61x140; high and sightly.
11. A. BTKAVENSON.
Board of Trade.
Tel., Black 6SS9, RE-M304 20
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS
SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS.
EASY TO GET. EASY TO PAY.
WHEN YOU WANT
Why not go where vou can srat It eheaneat
and from an old established firm who
handles their own money. Establish a
credit with them that will be of value to
you In the future. We loan on furniture.
pianos iivs stock and salaries. Small
WEEKLY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
which are suspended in case of sickness
or out of employment. Facts are. w
want your business. Established 1889.
Duff Green Loan Co.
and 9 Barker Block. TEL. 4051.
is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates are as low as any; our service
is quick and quiet, and we never
charge fur making papers or notary
fees. We want your business if you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO..
30$ South ICth Street.
Tel. 229C 119 Boaid of Trade Bldg.
ON SALARIES. FURNITURE AND
PIANOS, AT LOWEST RATES. UCICK
K.ST SERVICE AN O MOST CONFI
The annoyance of owing bills In sevnra.1
places may be eliminated by obtaining
enough money of us to pay all your debts
and at the same time establishing credit
with 'an old, reliable firm, where you can
obtain money whenever vot need it. Lib.
eral rebate if paid sooner than agreed. Pri
vate interviewing room.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
$07-8 Paxton Blk. X 30$
LOANS! L0ANS1! LOANS!!!
ON FURNITl RlC PIANOS AND SAL
ARIES. AT THE LOWEST RATES '
TI1E WESTERN LOAN CO..
$13-$14 Neville Blk., Cor. ltith A Harnoy Sts.
we nave money to loan at a reasonable
rate on diamonds, pianos, household
lurniiure or oinei guoa criattei securi
ties to parties whose position in life re
quire mat such transactions be made
and held In strict confidence. Union lxxtn
ana inveiuuvut v. v., la let. 2Vo4.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on fueni,
ture, pUnos, horses, cows. Plain note If
sieauuy tmiiiuj cu. ,m 4. j. &4iia.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
in cms principal coies. iuiinun, room 714.
New York Life Bldg.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew-
eiry, norses, ouoa, cic k,. r . neea, ait B 13.
CHATTEL and SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
TeL 745. 632-$ Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans Foley
Loan Co.. 15c4 Farnam St. X 19
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
MONEY loaned on . furniture, salary,
horses, etc.; half usual rates Dr. Prlblie
now, room 214. at 2o9 8. 15th St. Tel. B-94.
GOLDMAN Pleating Co.. $00 Douglas Blk.
BROWN does dressmaking
IN FAMILIES, Miss Sturdy.
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CHATELAINE SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
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Studio, Davldge Bldg., 18tn and Farnam.
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES.
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speak In 25 lessons, business correspond
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COVER 3 MEAT NOTICE!
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
Agriculture, office of the Secretary.-September
11, 19u4. Notice Is hereby given that
the Secretary ot Agriculture has under au
thority conferred by law Issued an amend
ment, described ss amendment number one.
to rule two. To prevent the spread of
scabies In cattle. This amendment with
draws from quarantine the following area:
The states of Washington snd Oregon;
all that part of the state of Kansas lying
east of the western boundary lines of the
ruuitles of Smith, Osborne. Russell Bar
ton. Stafford, Pratt and Barber, all that
part of the state of Colorado lying west of
the summit of the Medicine Bow ranre of
mountains In Larimer county, the west line
or tiouiaer, unpin, jenrerson, Teller, Custer,
Huerfano, and Ias Animas counties, and
also that part of Colorado lying west of
the Ninth Guide Merldan west In Fremont
county: the counties of His Horn Vi-Amn
Sweetwater and Uinta In the state of
Wyoming; all -that part of the state of
Texas lying east or tne lmtn merldan of
longitude west of Greenwich and north of
the 29th parallel of north latitude; the
counties of Ban Juan, nio Arriba, Taos,
McKlnley. Bernalillo. Santa Fe. Valencia,
6ocorro, Lincoln, Grant, Sierra, Luna.
Donna Ana, and Otero In the territory of
New Mexico, and all of the territory of
Oklahoma except the counties of Wood
ward and Beaver. Tha quarantine plured
1 bv Rule 3 upon the abovs-descrlld terrl-
I . . . -.11 . , v.- .er.lve n u ..a .r,..
i"i j 1 1 1 " - - - 1
September 16. 1906. on and after which date
this amendment, shall become and be ef
fective until otherwise ordered.
Notice is also given that the Secretary
I of Ast leiilTu. f das issuer) mm a in"ii.lment.
described as amendment numl"r one, 10
the regulations of tne Secretary ot Agri
culture covering the Inspection, ills 11
fectlon. certification, treatment, handling,
and method ard manner of delivery and
shipment of Hock which Is the sub
ject of Interstate rommeice. This amend
ment modifies Regulation 10. J9. 20. .1. 21
1 and 24 Copiea of Ih- amendment to Rule
2. and copies of the anientlment to the
regulation" msv bo obtained from the
Chief of the Bureau of Animal industry.
f-whose addrss Is Wusl Inaton. D C W M.
Ilavs. Acting Secretary oT Agrlculturo.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE.
Omaha. Nebraska. Sept. 5. l!lfi. Scale
proposals, in triplicate, subject to the usu.il
conditions, will be received here until it,
a. m.. central standard time, Sept. 20 ft,
for the construction of one st quarters
for Serccnnt Hospital Corps, at Fort Rob
inson. Nebraska Full Information fur
nished on application to this office, wherA
rlans snd specifications may be seen, or to
he O. M. Fort Robinson. Nebraska. K.n
velopes containing proposals to be marked
"Proposals for Hospital sergeant s yuar
tars," and addressed to Thos. Swobe. A.
t. J. M. eepiB-i -B-y-in-i
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ARMY NEWS AND 63SSIP.
Fort Meade, S. D.
FORT MEADE , S. D.. Sept. 17. (Spe
cial.) Thursday Mr. Ilelknsp, who has
been the guest of IJeutenant W. O. Reed
for some weeks, left for his home In
Louisville, Ky. ,
Major and Mrs. Hunter entertained Cap-
-tain and Mrs. Cole. CaDtain and Mrs.
Loft and Mrs. Mercur at dinner on Thurs-
day evening. September
Friday afternoon, September 8, Mrs.
Weaver gave a euchre party to the ladles
of the garrison. The prizes' were won by
Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Hunter und Mrs. Free
land. The same evening Lieutenant arid
Mrs. B. A. Read gave a dinner. The
guests were Major McCulloch. Drs. Siler
und Brooks, the Misses Mercur and Mixs
buitirday afternoon, September 9. Mrs.
Cole gave a card party to the ladles of
the post. Euchre was played and the
prizes were won by Mrs. Lott, Mrs. Dodge
and Mrs. Read.
Monday, September 11, Captain Henry
It. Dixon, paymaster, arrived on me morn
ing train, ana alter paving tne iro.
left for Omaha on the evening train.
Monday evening there was an olllcers'
hop held In the post hull. There was an
unusually large attendance and a most de
lightful evening was spent by all.
Tuesday evening. September 12, the en
listed men gave a dance In the post gym
nasium. A great many from hturgis were
present and a very pleasant evening was
spent by everyone.
The Misses Hunter entertained Miss
Sands. Miss Pearson. Miss Jones, Lieu
tenant Jones, Lieutenant Griffith and Lieu
tenant Strong at dinner on Tuesday even
ing. September 12. The same evening Cap
tain and Mrs. Furlong gave a dinner. The
guests were the Minscs Mercur, Miss
Sturtevant. Dr. Slier Dr. Brooks and Lieu
Wednesday, September 13, the second
squadron of the Sixth cavalry, under the
command of Major B. H. Cheever. left
on a practice march to bo gone ten days.
They will go to Devil s Tower, Wyo. They
will make the fame march as was made
by the first squadron the week before.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Glover, with their
two children, returned to tne post on Mon
day. September 11. Lieutenant Glover has
been away on a four months' leave of ab
sence. They have been visiting their rela
tives In Alabama.
Sunday. September 10, Mrs. Sterrett, wife
of Lleutenunt Robert Sterrett. Ninth cav
alry, arrived. She will remain for several
weeks with her father and mother, Major
and Mrs. Hunter.
Fort MacKensle, Wyo.
FORT MACKENZIE. Wyo., Sept. 17.
(Special.) There are at present eight men
in the post hospital, five Infantrymen and
three ravalrymen. All are convalescent.
Sunday afternoon while In Sheridan,
Private George De Mar of Troop G, being
under the Influence o' Honor. " -
trouble with some one, he cannot tell who,
and as a result De Mai tv.it ,1 . . u ..
the left side, near the heart. He was con
veyed to the post hoNpltal, where he Is
yet under treatmtnt.
The electrician who has charge of the
electric lights to be constructed In. tills
fort was the guest of Captain Parker a
few days last week. '
Sergeant Charles C. Cooper of the hos
pital corps. Is now being examined for
Steward of the hospital. His examination
began on Monday. September 11. at the
office of the hospital, and is being con
ducted by Dr. V. E. 8eazey, post phy
sician. During the Inspector general's visit to
this fort he condemned fourteen horses.
Vhlch will be sold at public auction Sat
urday, September 23. 19ou. The suction will
begin at 10 a. m. and continue until all the
horses ae sold.
While out on a practice march In the
month of August one of the soldiers of
recruit, not being
so inr and sitting
tntion to be por-
(i tin tl. if l.e would iiiitiniinii his phystoi
al', mis us a. soliiicr. He tefo.scd to tin
iIitkii the operntlon. nn-i hi-m-c he was re
cently ills, barged from the army as being
unfit for further iluilis as a soldier.
Thursday. September It. was pay day at
Fort M.i 1 Kensie. and Lieutenant N V.
Fins, for the first time since becoming
quartermaster, had the opportunity f ex.
cnlslng his authority tis paymaster, '
Fort Hlley. Hnn.
FORT RILEY. Kan, Sept. M Special )
Tlo annual r;.orl ot Colonel Edward S,
Godfrey. Ninth cavalry, as commandant or
the Hcoi.ol of spplleailon for cavalry and
field artillery, made Its apiearanee from the
school printing office today. It Is a vol
uminous document, forming, with Its ap-
Isral order sire. It covers, In a thorough,
technical and detailed manner, the work of
tho school during the fiscal year ended
August .'M. and contains the annual reports
of the directors of the school of field artil
lery, the school of cavalry, the training
school for farriers and horseahoers, and
the training school for bakers and cooks.
In summarising the needs of the school.
the commandant recommends the building
of two new riding-halls, one single set of
barracks for the detachment of bakers and
cooks, one dormitory for subalterns, and a
bridge across the Kansas river to replace
the one carried away In the flood of 19H3.
He also recommends that one officer from
each cavalry regiment In the United Slates
be detailed annually for a seven-month's
tour of Instruction In equitation and horse,
training, hlppology, and horseshoeing at the
school; that, for the next detail of enlisted
men to the training school for farriers and
horseMioei'S, organisation commanders be
railed upon to report the number of grad
uates present and the actual needs of the
organizations; that, whenever possible, re
rnllsted men Instead of recruits be sent to
the training schools; and that the school
of application be grunted an Increased al
lotment of funds. In conclusion, the 00m
tnxn.lHnt records his appreciation of the
painstaking and conscientious work of the
Instructors and of the acceptance by the
w ir department In the past of recommenda
tions made bv the school boerd.
Captain Robert D. Walsh, Ninth cavalry,
stationed at Fort Leavenworth, visited his
regimental headquarters at Fort Riley this
Corporal Clayton C. Daggett and Privates
Ix-e and Mctiinnis. of the hospital corps,
left here this week for Fort Mclowell, Cal.,
where they will be on duty for a short
time preparatory to service In the Philip
pines. Cisik J. W. Gilbert, troop A, Thir
teenth cavalry, has been transferred to the
hospital cotps and will fill the vacancy
created by the departure of Corporal Dag
gett. I. II Masters, general secretary of the
fiost Young Men's Christian association,
1.1s resigned the position and this week left
for Ottawa, Kan., to enter the university.
It is his intention to agnjn enter the Army
Young Men's Christian association work af
ter graduating from college. Mr. Masters
came here a little more than a year agor
when the association wits established, and,
und.-r his leadership, It has been brought
up from nothing to a flrmly-establlshed In
stitution. He made many warm and last
ing friendships here. A benefit entertain
ment was given him last week at the
athletic park, which netted a Bum sufficient
to be of material assistance In completing (
his college course. His successor has not
vet been appointed, and" In the meantime.
Private Harry Stlmpel, troop D. Thirteenth
cavalry, Is In charge of the association
Mrs. Talbot, sister-in-law of Signal Ser
geant Karigan. who has been visiting here
for several weeks, has returned to Havana,
The Twenty-ninth battery baseball team
went to Manhattan .Wednesday, where they
crossed hats with the Manhattan team.
Major tJranger Adams, artillery corps. Is
recovering from sickness which confined
him to quarters for a part of the week.
The trooim of this command wore paid
last Saturday by Captain John M. Slgworlh,
paymaster, stationed at Kansas City.
Private Stanley Begos has been trans
ferred from company K, Eleventh infantry,
at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo., to troop B,
Eleventh cavnlry, at tills post.
Work Is progressing rapidly on the new
hny shed. The grndlng and the foundations
lire finished, and work on the superstruc
ture was begun this week.
A number of officers went to Forf Leaven
worth last Saturday to participate In and
I witness the polo games between teams from
1 Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth and the
Kansns City Hunt and Polo club. Recent
rains hnd rendered the field so muddy that
the tournament had to be called off.
First Lieutenant George Steunenberg,
I Thirteenth cavnlry. will leave next month
ror Moscow, inn., ne naving neen netauea
on detached service at that place as instruc
tor In military science and tactics In the
University of Idaho.
Football Is beginning to engage the at
tention of those Interested In athletics here,
snd several teums are about to be organ
ised. First Lieutenant Basil N. Rntenhouse,
Eleventh cavalry, has been ordered to Hot
Springs L Ark., for treatment in the United ,
States General hospital nt that place.
Contrary to expectations. Veterinarian
John Tempany. Ninth cavalry, who has
been on leave of absence visiting his family '
at Walla Walla. Wash., for some time, will
not return to duty as an Instructor In the
training school for farriers and horseshoers
here in the near future. He has been de
tailed on duty at Fori Walla Walla, to
look after the mounts left by the Fourth
cavalry when that regiment started for
the Philippines last month.
Delay In the receipt of the new field artil
lery armament has rendered It advisable
for the first provisional regiment not to en
ter upon the 2u0-mllc practice mnicii
which It was under orders to make
this fall, which orders have, therefore,
been revoked. The delay in receiving the
armament has so Interfered with the pro
gram laid down that the regiment has now
011 hund work of ntore importance than the
practice march, and it Is thought that the
dally marches on the reservation will con
stitute a sufllcient test of the new equip
ment. Private David Allen, of the Ninth cavalry
band, has purchased his discharge from the
A concrete sight-testing platform, to be
i used by the field batteries after their re-
j turn from camp to the post. Is to be con-
striicted between the Nlnteenth and the
j Twentieth battery gunsheds In the artll
I Icry subpost. The survey for the plat
I form has been made by Captain George H.
' Cameron, Fourth cavalry, who also selected
1 a sito for and superintended the making of
- a temporary platform at the artillery camp
j Sergeant Miller, of troop D, Ninth
' cavalry, ls offering a reward of twenly
i five dollars for the return of a gold watch
stolen from his locker last week.
1 The new electric fire-alarm system ls
! now completely Installed and In working
: order. It connects the new guard-house
with a gong In each section of Carr hall
one in the qiiHrtcrmasler's storehouse, and
one at the corral.
Private Hornsduy, of the Twentieth field
battery, recently came into possession of .
about $2.501 as his share of his) '
lather's estate. He returned last week
from a nine-day's absence, very tired
snd looking much the worse for wear.
Fortunately, the greater part of his legacy
h so ;laed that he cannot spend it St
once In riotous living.
Sergeant Harris, of the Nlnteenth field
battery, recently discharged, has re-enllsted
for tho Second infantry, at Fort Logan,
Second Lieutenant J. P. Terrell, artlllery
corps, having completed his three-yeer't
tour of duty at the school of field artil
lery here, will, at the conclusion of the
crtlllery encampment, leave for Fort Wash
ington, Md., for duty with the coast artll- '
Private Smith, of company M, Second In
fantry, stationed at Fort Logan, Colo.,
spent a few days visiting friends at this
post this week. He was stationed here last
year as a member of the Nlnteenth battery,
Veterinarian Charles H Jewell. Thirteenth
cavalry, has been granted leave of absence
for one month, end has gone east to visit
relatives and friends
Sergeant Clayton T. Seventh battery,
field artillery, and Miss Jessie 8. Sherman,
of Fort Riley, were married last week by
Chaplain Miller. Sergeant Lee was dis
charged by expiration of his term of en
listment on the following day, and the
couple have gone to Ht Joseph. MoM where
the groom has secured a position as fire
man on the Missouri Iiclflc railway.
Fort Riley was flooded with visitors dur
ing the week, ss a result of the annual
meeting of the Kansas State Firemen's as
sociation held In Junction City, and tha
annual street fair and carnival of the town,
both of which occurred this week.
The new bridge across One Mile creek,
la nearlng completion, and will be opened
for t raffle the first of October.
A detachment of the signal corps, con
sisting of Corpoial Taylor Wooton and two
enlisted men, are Here from Fort Leaven
worth for duty with the provisional field
irllllerv regiment, to assist in, developing
the system of fire control.
The second squadron 01 tne jvintn
cavalry, consisting of -troops E, F, O and
H. 1 ft Fort I.venworth, Wednesday tu
march to this post. The organization con
tains 250 enlisted men and ten officers, un
der Major James B Erwln, and Is accom
panied on the march by a pack-train of
twenty-nine mules and nine wagons. A
s'op of one. day will le' made at Atchison,
Kan., slid the souadron is expected at
Fort Riley about September 23rd. The
troops will .-.lay here about a week.
A polo tournament will be he'd at this
post next month, to be partlctpAed In by
teams from Kansas City, Fort Ieavta
wurth. Junction City and Fwrt R1U.
the Tenth cavalry, a
accustomed to tiding
In Pic stiodle so lu.
wt ieli required an 01
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