Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 19, 1905, Page 8, Image 8
THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IP, 1D05. 8 SPECIAL NOTICES ilTrrtlicnrnta for these columns will be taken until 12 m. for thu cvenlnar edition und until 8 p. m. for In noril( and bandar edition. Ratn 1 l-2o a word llrat Insertion, le a word thereafter. SolhlK taken for leaa that Soe for the flrat Inaer tion. Theae ud vertlaesaenta aiait be raa eonaeeuflyely. Advertisers, b requesting a aunt tered rberk, raa hare anawera ud dreaeed to a numbered letter la rare of The Hee. Answers ao addreaaed will be delivered oa preaentatloa of check. MISCELLANEOUS I THE FALL, TEKM Or BOYLES COLLEGE Is now open day and night. Yet It la not too late to enter. Begin now and get that mental drill and discipline that wilt double your earning rapacity. Business, shorthand, typewriting, telegraphy, normal and Eng lish. Catalogue free. Address H. B. Hoyles, Pres., Boyles Bldg.. Omaha, Neb. R-il3 QTOVP Q Replated. Omaha Plating Co., O I J V CO IMS Harney St. Tel. 2635. R 828 i CITY SAVINGS BANK pays 4 per cent. I R 927 any kelly's towel, supply. Tel. jmo. R 9-8 ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co.. 21 N. lth. 1 Tel. 177. R-929 LAUNDRY CITY STEAM 21 1 S. 11th St. Telephone 254. R-930 , CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere. P. II. Phlibln, 16u Farnani. 'Phone "84. R 931 OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe cialty of lire escapes, shutters, doors and safes. Q. Andreen, Prop., 102 8. loth St. R 933 THE OMAHA FOUNDRY i Iron and brass castings. 802 Jackson. Tel. 11934 ' 2442. 61G.V PAINTING. S. H. Cole, 1303 Douglas. R 935 'BAD IRONS replated, 20c; three for 6oc. Omaha Plating Co., 1508 Harney. Tel. 2035. R-83 1 nriCUITH Keys and locks. C. R. LAJlromi I n nenm. 217 south mn. R 9SJ HOLLOW BUILDING Bt1"- quality. Cheapest price. Wentwortn, 1S Paxon block. 'Phone 1672. R-551 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS PULLEYS AND COUNTER SHAFTS AT A BARGAIN. SO pulleys, from 6 luches to 48 Inches In diameter; 8 counter shafts, complete. ' These are all In first-class condition. W. H. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg. Q 112 FOR SALETwo life scholarships on Omaha buslaess colleges. Address Dwlght Williams, Omaha Bae, Omaha, Nob. Q fti9 FOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental galvanised Iron cornice and ornamental Iron posts, suitable for show window. Ap ply superintendent Bee Bldg. Q MSJtj FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds; easy payments. Send for catalogue. Brunswlck-Balke-Collender, 407 8. loth St., Omaha. Q 939 COMPLETE line new and 2d-hand furni ture. Chicago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel. 2020. Q 840 ID-HAND safe cheap. Derlglit, 1119 Far nam. Q 941 EHERWIN-WILLIAM8 CO. BEST MIXED . PAINT, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co Omaha. Q 43 CHEAP chlclaen fence, long fir timbers and telephone poles. 901 Douglas. Q 944 MILCH COWS on easy terms. d and Center. Q 633 SECOND-HAND STEAM FITTINGS FOR SALE If you want a bargain in ateam fittings call and look over the following supplies: 1.6-lnch Austin horizontal separator. 1.6-Inch Austin's horizontal separator. 1 4-inch Austin's vertical separator. Theao have been taken out on account of changes In our steam plant and are In good condition. Address Bee Building Co.. or see W. II. Bridges, engineer. Bee Bldg., Omaha. U 632 FOR SALE One large Supreme hot Mast stove; good as new; cheap. Address Dee. Q-282 18x FOR SALE Stoves, carpets, beds and all household furnishings. MRS. CARROLL. 1609 Park Ave. Q-M245 20 BUSINESS CHANCES IF YOU want to buy, sell rent or exchange real estate or business QUICK see Comu-ton-Watta Co., 636 Paxton Blk. Y-46 PARTY owning a large and rapidly growing business of 20 years standing in this city desires to place some of his slock on guar antee of 7 per cent dividend per annum payable semi-annually. Address 109, Beal Y-06 BOARDING house at a bargain, IS rooma, close In. Owner ieivlng city. 611 N. Htlu Y-M520 S19x 'E have run two of the mest successful general atores In aoutheastern Neb. for aeveral yeara, with atocka staple, clean and well kept in fact, the largeat atores and aales in either town, with liberal SrofiU. After a recent atckness of 90 ays and other business plans, we will sell either or both stores for cash, or not over H cash, bal. clear Neb. land. Stocks will Invoice about 12,000 each. These are safe, well paying Investments for live business man. Address 13$. Heo. Y-'48 FOR BALB-Bakery. Address R. 10 Pearl St., Council Bluffs. Y 687 FOR SALE Cash meat market on the South Side; complete fixtures, Including barn, brick smoke house; rent only H0 a month; for quirk sale will take Apply at 2416 Bo. 16th St. Y 283 18x FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS GOOD band-made gardener's wagon, near. ly new $6. Top delivery wagon $25. Leather-top carriage (40. Two fine traps Runabouts and top buggies. Jiubber-tlred phaeton 126. DRUMMuND CARRIAGE CO. 18th and Harney. P 187 830 ELEOANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at half price. Also wire wheel runabout, with cushion tires and ball bearings. A big snap for someone. Johnson ft Dan forth. 8. W. Cor. loth and Jonea sta. P 6S6 BHETLAND PONY, cart, harness, saddle, Omaha stables, 14th and Howard. p DRESSMAKING GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Blk. -864 HISS BROWN does dressmaking by tha amy. leu djw. .l IN FAMILIES, Mlsa Sturdy. 'Phone A?? As. 966 LAW AND COLLECTIONS ATTORNEYS everywhere. Tha New Snow. Church Co., main fl.. N. Y. Life. Phone 133. Wi9 J. M. Macfarland. 304 N. Y. U Bldg. Tel. 1552. FOR EXCHANGE IP YOU do not find what you want In this column, put an ad lu and you will soon get it. v ens PRINTING PRIMTIMr. MEMORIAL CARDS; ar rlMHIIftll ubHo designs. 8. K. Cor. LYNGSTAD11" 8u u,i c?Uul ; WANTED MALE HELP FALL TERM OMAHA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Opens September 4 In new building. Nineteenth md Farnam. All business branches. Shorthand. Typewriting. Tele graphy, Pen Art, Cartooning. Night school starts now. Write for catalogue. Address ROHRBOUGH BROS. WANTED FOR V. 8. ARM?, able-bodied unmarried men, between agea of 21 and So. cltlxena of United Slates, of good character and temperate habits, who read and speak English. For further in formation apnly to Recruiting Officer, 13th and Douglas Sts., Omaha; Lincoln, Neb., or Sioux City, la, B 873 THREE men of food appearance; steady employment. C. F. Adams Co., Itil9 Howard B 949 DRUG stores bought and sold. Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, 624 N. Y. L. B-8S2 MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing trade; great demand for graduates, ft-ta day; many complete course two months; fraduates admitted to union and Master lumbers' association. Coyne Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York, Cincinnati and St.. lxula. (Day and night class.) For free catalogue address 239 10th Ave., New York. B-60 HARNES8 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 wagos. Come at ones or write Mnrshall-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 828 BOILERMAKERS WANTED Contract and repair work; come to stay as want steady men. Ottumwa Boiler Works, Ottumwa, la. B 874 19 WANTED Experienced randy maker for retail confectlonerv store; good wages to rlpht party. Apply at Lincoln Candy Kitchen. KM W0 18x I WANT several male stenographers at loO.nt) to 175.00. Must be reliable rapid and accurate. Can you till the bill? Solicitor and collector for Insurance. Window trimmer, out of city, good salary. Representatives for Gen. Muse. Co., salary or commission. Manager for mining store (Investment), salary 11.2"". Mi. HART, 401 N. Y. LIFE. II-M!90 20 MOLER Rnrber College, 1110 Farnam St., wants 100 men to teach barber trade and take positions waiting graduates; few weeks completes; onn nearly earn ex penses before finishing; qualified teachers, careful examinations, , practtcal experi ence. Call or write. B-M278 22x WANTED Thoroughly experienced window sign writer. Apply J. L, Brandets A Sons. B-803 19 Salesman, city. Grocery clerk, city. Telegra pher, Bookkeeper. Stenographer, (see below.) Young man. wholesalesale house. We can use a number of first-class stenographers and can get $10 to $15 a month more than they are now receiving. Call or write for complete list of va cancies. Western Ref. and Bond Association. Dept. B. H40-2 N. Y. Life Bldg. B 313 18 COMPOSITOR9 and linotype operators wanted; must be nonunion; $30 per week to first class Job and stone men, $24 per week to first class linotype operators. Permanent positions. In one of the beat establishments In the United States, in a fine city of 40.000 Inhabitants. Wagespffered equal to several dollars more In large city. Address Crowell Publishing com pany, publishers of Woman's Home Com panion, Springfield. Ohio. B M321 20 WANTED Active, quick, experienced ship ping clerk, and stock-keeper. Give refer ences and salary expected. Steady posi tion to right party. Address H an Hee. B MSI 6 21x WANTED FEMALE HELP , 80 working girls. Canadian office, 15th and Dodge. C 953 WANTED Competent nurse girl; small (iamuir. . mi tj. 'n Ave. , , tJ643 COMPETENT ' girl or woman) general nouseworx; muse oe gooo. cook; no wash ing. 1248 S. 10th St. C 854 WANTED Competent girl for general nousewora; rour in ramtiy; good wages; references required. 120 S. 86th. C-S73 19x COMPETENT girl for general housework. 636 S. Z9th St. C 972 18x WANTED A cook at The Hillside. 102 N. 18th St. C-967 18x GIRL for general housework. Mrs. F. D. weaa, ooz a. utn. Tel. Ash 48071. C M212 19 MOLER COLLEGE 1114 Farnam St.. wants lames to learn natraressing, mani curing, facial massage, chiropody and electrolysis (removing hair bv electric ity). 'Few weeks completes by our method; careful examinations, qualified teachers, practical experience. Call or write. C-M264 22x COOK snd second girl for small family. Mrs. iw. uevy, ai uoage St. u M306 20 WANTED Twelve experienced cloak sales. Indies and models: high salaries. 8. Fred erick Berger & Co., 1517 Farnam. C-309 WANTED First-class experienced dry goods salesladies and salesmen for the opening of the first section of our new building. Inoulre between 8 and 10 a. m. only. J. L. Brandels A Sons. C 308 20 WANTED First class dressmaker Apply yjji Bourn mi n m. o Msza 20 WANTED Conk and second girl: sister preierrea. iouj bo. Bza Ave. t-HSI Z3 WANTED A girl for general housework! gooa wages, lut bo. zvtn ai. u M3Z4 zl SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION WANTED Matron or house keeper for hotel or private house. Neat, refined widow, 64 years old. First-class referencea. No objection to leaving city. Address 1641 Georgia ave. A M928 19x WHEN In need of office help give me a can. i nave several nrst-claas book keepers and general office men. These are thoroughly reliable. I have several first-class experienced lady stenographers ana good omce girls and cashiers. I supply these free of charge to employers ana can guarwmee an or mem. uive nta a call. HART, 401 N. Y. LIFE. A-MW3 20 WANTED Position by registered pharma cist. References A-l. Address B 16, Omaha Bee. A Mrs 23 AGENTS WANTED WANTED Traveling salesman; salary and commission. Apply 439 Board Trade Bldg. S10 19x JAPAN-RUSSIA war, complete official history; bonanza for canvassers; extra terms; outfit free; general Hgenta wanted on salary. Zlegler Co., Philadelphia. J M330 19x AGENTS wanted Immediately, to sell some, thing new. (Julck money for hustlers. No caiHtal required. Must apply quick. V. P. Co., 960 Main St., Ann Arbor. Mich. J M311 19x PATENTS H. A. 8TURGE3, registered attorney; pat ents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un less successful, 617 N. Y. Life. Omaha. -957 8HARPE MACHINE WORKS, 10th and jargson: I'atents procured; inventions; developed: drawings, patterns.' castings, machine work Sll-octl7 DANCING ACADEMY MORAND'8 adult claases are now open; lessons Tuea. and Frt. . p. m.; 13 lessons, ladies, $6; gentlemen, $7; former and hleh school pupils and college atudenta, 14. Tel. 1041. Prlvaiu lessons daily- Mi Ol LOST AND FOUND LOST In Council Bluffs or on car between Council Bluffs and Omaha, gold watch fob attached. Reward for return to 811 era Ave leuncu wun. lAwt m is An Assurance Is what yu gtt when yu FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS NICELY furnished parlor, with piano, sleeping room adjoining: large room on 2d floor, with stationary bowl. 230 N. 19th. Tel. Rcd-1909 K.M963 $ NICE rooms, all modern. Including heat.; good location; Vi block from car. 2306 Grant St. E i9 lSx FURNISHED rooms, single or en suite for light housekeeping. 808 S. 21st St. E M208 19x LARGE nicely furnished front room and alcove; slso single room. Ill N. 2oth St. Phone 2TJ2. E 294 19x HOUSEKEEPING rooms, ground floor, some suitable for men. 1712 Jackson. E M294 19X 1707 CALIFORNIA, one room for light housekeeping. E 290 19x TWO rooma, single or ensulte; all con veniencea. 2215 California St. E 288 19x LARGE parlor room, with aloove; all con veniences. 2216 California. E 2S9 19x NICELY furnished, large front room; also front parlor and two small bedrooms; modern. 2016 Douglas. Telephone A23SL E 232 19K FURNI8HED room for gentleman, private 11.. .... c, . tr1 C. 11 nov ROYAL HOTEL European. lth & Chicago DEWEY European hotel, 13th A Farnam. E-969 VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe. ROOMS and good board, $5 per week and up. Call 1517 Chicago St. K 961 Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks EM554 NICELY furnished room for two gentle men, modern. 116 N. 26th. E 411 2ox SUITE OF 4 large modem rooms; three furnished; one block from car on boule vard; fine location; no children; refer ence. 2034 N. 19th. E 872 FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD CAPITOL HOTEL, ISth and Capitol Ave.; board; -verandas, ample lawns, siaieiy trees, rustio seats; home cooking; hot and cold water; reasonable ratea. F 963 Tel. 61L O. M. E. Haul Trunks F M555 FURNISHED room for gentleman, private family. 316 N. 18tn Bt. ' Mi jux PLEASANT east room for married couple or two gentlemen; family table. Address B 24, Bee. F M2J6 19 x NEWLY furnished room, with board; modern; In private family; home cook ing. 809 N. 26th St. F-296 19x FURNISHED rooms and board; modern house; first class table board. 1818 Capi tol Ave. F-284 19x THE ROSE 2020 Harney street; large south front room, with modern conveniences; good board. F 490 Oct. 15x UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT FOUR rooms, modern, parlor floor. 1509 S. xah Of f"5 MR97 FOR RENT HOUSES HOI IQPi ln a11 Pa ot U city. - R nUU3C3c Peters tt Co.. Bee UWfo THE Omaha Van & Storage Co. pack, move and store H. H. gooua. Storehouse, 1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1611 W Farnam. 'lei. 1669. D 902 WE MOVB pianos. Maggard Van A Stor age Co. Tel. 149& Ottice, 1713 Webster St. D S3 MOIIQPQ In all parts of the city. The O. nUUSCS Davis Co., 608 Bee Bldg. D 964 HOUSES, insurance, FUngwait. Barker Blk. ROOMS, bouses, stores. Tlcard, 220 N. 234. D M493 PIANO moving- lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 1626, Schraolier & Mueller. D 987 3614 St. Mary's Ave., modern; 340. D M988 (-ROOM reuse, modern, good repairs. $18. 82d and Wright Sts. 'Phone 623. D 127 FOR RENT 7-room and 8-room houses, n l 1 .. .1 .-a a li ( Er Vi .rK an1 OpAlBk. ton college'; $30 and $32.60. Inquire at dOT N. 19th 8t. D 411 1641 8. 39TH AVE., modern. 2-story brick dwelling, rooms, facing Hansoom Park; rent, 40. Inquire 1116 8. 2d St. J. N. Richards. D 613 FOR RENT 4 nice rooms; city water; InJl r. Amu DU ,1 iu. unvuuinil. t ,nj Paxton Blk. D-889 FOR RENT. $26.00 per month for 6-room modern flat, 1616 Howard St. $2600 per month for 8-room, all modern nouae, caiaweii oi. $60 00 per month for 11-room modern house, 709 8. 29th Bt. GEORGE A CO., 1601 Farnam St. D M100 1 t-ROOM house, modern, furnace and barn, $26. 1314 8. 27th. D M9S6 19 I NEW cottages, blk. south of 20th and Vinton; every convenience; finished about Oct. 1; $18. D M238 19x FOR RENT New 6-room cottage; water, gaa and sewer, fine lawn and shade trees, cemented basement and cellar under whole house, one block from car. I pay water rent and take care of lawn. Very choice location, next door to my own residence. (Rent. $18. Wm. L Kierstead, 4620 Flor ence Boulevard. D 307 MODERN detached house eight rooms, with bath. Inquire 706 N. 18th St. D 306 702 So. 26th Ave., 6-room all modern cot tage, $30. O. C OlBen, 1704 Farnam St. D-M21 FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES THREE-STORY and basement. 1008 Far nam; elevator. 314 Flrat Nat l Bank Bldg. 1116 WE have vacant a particularly desirable small office which rents for $10.00 per month. Prloe Includes heat, light, water and Janitor service. It is located on tha fourth floor of Tha Bee building and Is Just the thing for anyone wanting a nice little office ln the beat office building In town. R. C. Peters A Co., rental agents, ground floor, Bee Bldg. 1771 FOUR-STORY AND BASEMENT. BRICK BUILDING, 916 FAR NAM STREET. This building Is 22. 1S6 feet, four stories and basement. The basement la 2-xUJ feet. Is ceuiented. The ceiling over the basement has a brick vault and iror: beam construction, makelng the basement fire proof. The Aral floor haa a marble floor la front and granolithic floor ln rear. There la a large burglar-proof vault and a power elevator. The upper floors have wlndowa on three atdea. Addreea. The Bee Building Co., C. C. Roaewaler, Secretary, Room 100 Bee Blue. I IF you apply at once we can give anyone desiring a large office apace almost any arrangement they dealre. This space U on the sixth floor of The Bee building, with north light. R. C. Petera at Co., rental agents, ground floor. Bee Bldg. . 1-773 WANTED TO BUY WANTED A second hand automobile, ear ln good shape, and cheap. Write to H. O. Wlese. West bide, la-, Box 43 K-Ullt Zl of a Sale for What You Have use Bet Want Ads They reach the buyers and make sales A TRIAL WILL. CONVINCE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE WRITE for Illustrated pamphet describ ing two rnnchrs in the corn and alfalfa belt. Willis Caldwell. Broken Bow, Neb. RE 977 THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE at TRUST COMPANY'S abstracts of title are the nest. Our customers are protected by a fl'i.OOO surety bond against loss by errors. hen you buy or sell real estate, demand a "Midland' abstract. 1614 Farnam St., ?;.?,. Ul nid- N. P. DODGE, JR., PRESIDENT. RE 976 Williamson Co.u- Wi? 1 RK 980 Farm and Ranch Lands Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming; low prices: ten years' time. Land Dept. U. P. R. R Omaha. Neb., Dept. "A." RE-979 GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES Wholesale and Retail. BURGESS -GRANDEN CO., Formerly . F. M. RUSStLL FIXTURE CO. 313 South 16th Bt. Telephone 681. Ri 978 FOR SALE Large house, two barns and two full lots, on North 16th St., only $4.6UX. This Is a bargain. THOMAS BHKNNAN, Room 1. New York Life Bldg RE M168 FOR SALE Beautiful 12-room home near West 40th St. Address 120, cure Hee. RE M391 WE are putting on the market one of the best Un prw wiles in the Creek jxauon. i. i.; terms, time or cubii; whether you seek an li.vestment or aKi-ncy, Inform us and we will mail you full Information. Trtnton Realty Co., Trenton, I. T. Rii bil li WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE FARMS, RANCHES AND CITY REAL ESTATE. WEBSTER & MILLER, OMAIIA NATIONAL BANK BLDG. RE i'Jo 1J $2,000. An almost new 6-room house, modern except heat. In Bemis park. Reception hall, open stairway; rooms are large, with high ceilings; lot 51x140; high and sightly. H. A. STKAVENSON. Board of Trade. Tel. Black 6589. RE M304 20 BENSON HEIGHTS Homes north of Benson on Orphanage road. New house, 4 rooms, cellar and cistern, two unfinished rooms above, about 10 good lots, or two acres of ground, high and sightly location. Price, $1,500, on easy terms; $3-) to $.Vio down, balance monthly. N. P. DODGE & CO., 1614 FARNAM ST. RE M314 19x FOR SALE 40 acres, H mile from good business town; well Improved land, un der high state of cultivation; everything convenient for feeding cnttle and hogs; located on main road. Price, $5,5"0. Wm. Tlmmerman, Persia, la. RB M.T25 21x THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB STRACTS OF TITLE are the safest. You are protected oy a $10,000 bond against loss by errors. You don't buy a law suit when you buy a "Kerr" Abstract. 10W N. Y. Life Bldg. RE FOR SALE FARMS 190 acres. Improved, four miles west of South Omaha, $101) an acre. HARRISON & MORTON, 12-913 N. Y. Life. """el. 314. 0.Y-E867 IS FOR SALE A fine farm of 146 acres; all fine corn land except 20 acres of pasture; 3 miles from a good market and 6 miles from Missouri Valley, la. Good Improve ments. Will consider $3,000 ln good In come Omaha property. Price $65.00 per acre. Address Lock Box 675, Missouri Valley, la. 60 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. Thla agricultural weekly goes to 60,006 bomea of farmers and stock raisers, so If you have a good piece of land to sell at a reasonable price you will find a buyer among them. The cost of an advertisement Is small 2 cents per word ln small type, or $2.$0 per Inch if set la large type. ' MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS SALARY LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. EASY TO GET. EASY TO PAY. WHEN YOU WANT MONEY Why not go where you can get It cheapest and from an old established firm who handles their own money. Establish a credit with them that will be of value to you In the future. We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock and salaries. Small WEEKLY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS, which are suspended In case of sickness or out of employment. Facts are, we want your business. Established 18SS. Duff Green Loan Co. I and Barker Block. TEL. 4031 X451 Our Money Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live stock and to salaried people upon ttielr own agreement to pay. Our rates are as low as any; our service is quick and quiet, and we never charge for making papers or notary fees. We want your business If you ever borrow money. OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 306 South 16lh Street. Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg. (Established 1492.) X-106 LOANS1 LOANS11 LOANS!!! ON FURNITl RK. PIANOS AND SAL ARIES, AT THE LOWEST HATKS. THK WESTERN LOAN CO., 813-314 Neville Blk., Cor. loth & Harney Sts. X-s24 CHATTEL LOANS. We have money to loan at a reasonable rate on diamonds, pianos, household furniture or other good chattel securi ties to parties whose position ln life re quire mat such transactions be made and held lu strict confluence. Union Loan and Investment Co., 2Li Bee. Tel. 29i4. X-116 BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni ture, pianos, hoi sen, cows. Plain note if steadily employed. 7u$ N. Y. Life. X 111 MONEY loaned ralaned people and others without security: easy Layinenla. Offices ln 63 principal cities. joiman, room 714. New York Life Bldg. X-414 MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Keed, 319 S 13. ' X-113 CHATTEL and SALARY LOANS. PHOENIX CREDIT CO., Tal 746. 632-3 Paxton Block. X-2u$ CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley Loan Co., 1604 Fainara Bt. X lu9 EAGLE Loan Office, Tellable, accommodat ing; all business confidential. 13ul Iwughis. MONEY loaned on furniture. salary, horses, etc.; half usual rates. Dr. Prlbtw. now, room 214, at Jo9 8. 15th St. Te). B-?!M. FLORISTS HESS BWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. 120 U HENDERSON, Ul Jfaruam- PERSONAL ACCORDION and SUNBURST PLhATING, RUCHING, BUTTONS AND FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING Send for price list and samples. THh GOLDMAN PLLA11NG CO DOUGLAS BLOCK. TEL. 1933. U 994 TRY KELLET S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE HXS0. U-391 'PHONE 701 snd a man will call and tuna your piano, $ Pertield Piano Co., 1811 r amain. ttm2 MAGN F TIPtrea'ment baths. Mme, mnuncu th. 118N. 15. 3d fi.r.E. U 8(10 TUB, vapor and alcohol baths. 720 S. 13th. U 99a FACTORY tuners and action regulators at lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 1626. Schmoller & Mueller, piano makers. U-4M5 LARSON A JOHNSON-Cut rates to all points. 14u6 Farnam. Tel. 1935. Member American Ticket Brokers' association. U-996 PIANO CLUB Pianos delivered at once, $1.00 weekly. All mua.c lessons free. JOIN NOW. Ferfield Piano Co., 1611 Farnam Bt. U-997 THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth ing; In fact, anything you do nj! need; we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. 11th St., for cost of collecting to the worthy poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon Vlll call. U-611 PRIVATE home during confinement; ba bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Gardell. 2216 Charles. Tel. 6311. V 996 WE RENT sewing machines, 76c week. We repair all makes of machines; second hand machines, $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co., Tel. 1663. Cor. 16th and Harney. U 698 OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufactures pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel.4521. OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Blk. U 1000 MALLETT'B Cereal Coffee, healthful, nourishing; best thing for Indigestion 150 per pkg. all grocers. U M204 LADY agents to sell DENTA-BLEACH. finest tooth preparation In the world; for sale at all druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of 60c. Eureka Chemical Co. (In corporated), Omaha, Neb. U 901 DR. ROY, Chiropody. R. 2 & 3, 1506 Farnam. U100 MEDICAL fOR Women Only Dr. Raymond's Pllla, for delayed periods, absolutely reliable, per fectly sale; no danger, no pain, no Inter ference with work; relief brought to thou sands after everything else failed; highly recommended by all that have used them. By mail, $2. Dr. U. G. Raymond Remedy Co., room 3a, 64 Adams St., Chicago, 111. 102 DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases and Irregularities of women from any cause; experienced and reliable. Address with stamp, Dr. Pries, 1611ft Dodge St., Omaha. 103 PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la dies; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 104 LADIES Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take no other. Send 4c stamps for particulars, "Relief for Ladies," in letter by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia. Pa. RUPTURE CURED-No knife, no lnjeo tions. Call or write for booklet. Quick Cure Rupture Co.. 611 W. O. W. Bldg., Omaha 109 MONEY TO LOANREAL ESTATE WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co., 1330 Farnam St. W-964 MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co. W-965 GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam. City loans at lowest rates; no delay; get our terms. W ft LOWEST rates, city property; 6 P. C. on farms in eastern Neb. bemis. Paxton Blk. W 061 BUILDING loans on residence property; t per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Block. W 963 PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas. W 969 $1,000,000 TO IX5AN on business and resi dence properey ln Omaha; lowest rates; no delay. Thomas Brennan, R, 1, N. Y. Life. W 970 W aNTED Clt v loans. R. C. Paters 4 Co. W 971 FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H. Thomas, 1st Nat l Bank Bldg. Tel. 1618. W 972 LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or to build with; can pay It back In monthly payments. Hastings & Heyden. 1609H Far-bar- St W-973 MUSIC AND LANGUAGES CHATELAINE 6CHOOL OF LANGUAGES CPPNPH GERMAN, SPANISH. riMilXUn Davidge Bldg., 18th & Farn".i n ANCIENT AND MOD URN LANGUAGES, in French, Spanish or Geiman; learn to speak In 26 leasons, business correspond ence 60. to read literature 66 GUARAN TEED. F. Peltier, 116 South 2oth. 832 OctlJx E. D. KECK, Voice Teacher, Miss Joy Keck, assistant and teacher of piano. Studio, Davidge Bldg., 18th and Farnam. KM 827 KENT Voice specialist. Wlthnell Bldg. Tel. I.S472. 679 THE DOUGLAS COUNTY FAIR GET premium lists and entry blanks for the fair at Douglas Printing company, 15u8 Howard street. Premiums Increased In Textile and Canned Goods Depart ments. Fair September 27 to October 7. For particulars address G. W. Hervey, secretary, Twentieth Century Farmer. -919 18 OSTEOPATHY Johnson Institute. S15 N. Y. bldg. TeL 1664. 117 MRS. JOHN R MUSICK., Osteopathy phy slclan; office. Neville Blk. Tel. 2&. -118 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 8HARPB MACHINE WORK8-4-mi South Tenth St.. phone J845. Heavy repairs and rebuilding; 31H-QCM7 CLAIRVOYANTS MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST. Call at No. 113 So. 16th St., upstairs. Resultful prediction absolutely given. 8-947 When You Wite to Advertisers remember It only takes an extra stroke or two of the pen to mention the fact that yen aaw the ad In The Bee. DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN, H. L RAMACCIOTTL D. V. S CITV VETERINARIAN. Office and Infirmary, 3Sth and Mason Sts., OALAiiAj NER v Tslepnoae U3, GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROPOSALS FOR RUSURVEYS AND surveys In Hoik and Brown Counties. Ne braska Department of the Interior, AiiKUst 26, )!. -lrd proposals will be received at the General 1-aml titll.e, Washington, 1). ('., until 2 o'cloi k p. m. on Saturday, October 14, li6. for surveying and mak ing In accordance with the requirements of the Manual of Surveying Instructions of 1W2. by suitable monuments the standard, meander, township and section lines, as also for surveying snd marking the nicies and bounds of any and all bona fide claims of jircscnt owners and school sections In 33 full townships situate In the Counties of Rock and Brown, ln the State of Ne braska, as authorized by the act of Con gress approved March 3, 19U6 (33 Slates, pt. 1. p. 137I, which reads as follows; He it enacted by the Senate snd House of Rep resentatives of the United States of Amer ica In Congress Assembled: That the Sec retary of the Interior be and and Is hereby authorised to cause to be made a resurvey of townships twenty-five. twenty-six. twenty-seven and twenty-eight north, range seventeen; townships twenty-five, twent six, twenty-seven and twenty-eight north, range eighteen, townships twenty-five, twenty-ix, twenty-seven and twenty-elglit horth, range nineteen; townships twenty five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty eight north, range twenty; townships twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty-eight north; range twentv-one; townships, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty seven and twenty-eight north, range twenty-two; townships twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty-eight north, range twenty-three, and townships twenty-five, twenty-Blx, twenty-seven and twenty-eight north, range twenty-four west of the sixth principal meridian, situated In the Counties of Rock and Brown, in the State of Ne braska; and all rules and rulatlons of the Interior Department requiring peti tion from all settlers of said counties, ask ing for resurveys and agreement to sblde by the result of tha same so far as theso lands are concerned, are hereby abrogated. Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to Impair tha present bona fide claim of any actual oc cupant of any of said lands so occupied. Provided, further, that before any survey Is ordered It shall be man to appear to the Secretary of the Interior that the for mer official survey of said lands la so In accurate or obliterated as to make It neces sary to survey the land, and only such farts of the land where the survey la so naccurate or obliterated shall lie sur veyed. The requisite resurveys, and sur veys of metes and bounds of all existing claims of actual occupants, together with the metes and bounds of school sections, to be executed In compliance with specifi cations and Instructions and existing offi cial surveying regulations. Proposals for executing the resurveys and surveys of lines of existing claims must also Include In the rates per mile the preparation of the plats of the resurveys In triplicate and the field notes In duplicate, the metos and bounds of claims and school sections and their Intersections with the lines of resur vey, to be Indlcsted on the plats and de scribed In the field notes. The rates of mileage to be allowed for the field and office work will not be In excess of $9 per mile for standard and meander lines, $7 for township lines and $5 for section lines, Including lines of claims and connections. Copies of the specifications relative to the resurveys and survey of lines of existing claims will be furnished bidders on appli cation to the Commissioner of the General fAnd Office, Washington, D. C. Each pro posal must be accompanied by a certified check for $500. Proposals will be consid ered only from practical and experienced surveyors of acknowledged ability and In tegrity, evidences of which from responsi ble parties must be submitted with re spective bids. The party or parties to whom the contract or contracts may be awarded will be required to execute the work "In his for their) own proper person or persons." with such assistance as may be necessary. Proposals must be enclosed In envelopes and marked "Propoaals for resurveys and surveys in Rock and Brown counties. In the State of Nebraska," and addressed to "The Commissioner of the General Land Office. Cltv of Washington, D. C." The right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. J. II. FIMPLE, Acting Commissioner. 8 7-9-12-14-16-19 CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. Omaha, Nebraska, Sept. 6, 1905. Sealed proposals, ln triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received here until 10 a, m., central standard time, Bept. 20. 1905, for the construction of one set quarters for Sergeant Hospital Corps, at Fort Rob inson, Nebraska. Full information fur nished on application to this office, where plans and specifications mav be seen, or to the Q. M. Fort Robinson, Nebraska. En velopes containing proposals to be marked "Proposals for Hospital Sergeant's Quar ters," and addressed to Thos. Swobe, A. C. Q. M. Sept6-7-8-9-18-19 RAILWAY TIME CARD CSIOH STATION TENTH AND MARCY. Colon PaclBe. Leave. Arrive. Overland Limited .......a 3:40 am a 8:18 pm California Expreaa a 4:10 pm a f -JO am California & Oregon Ex. a 4:20 pm a 6:10 pm North Platte Local a 7.60 am a 1:20 pm Fast Mall a 8:56 am a 3:20 prn Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am Beatrice Local b 3:16 cm b 1:30 pra Wakasfe. St. Louis Express 1:80 pm 8:20 am Bt. jxmls Local (from Council Bluffs) 8:15 am 10:30 pm Shenandoah Local (from Council Bluffs) 3:48 pm 3:30 pra Chicago, Hook Island Paeifla. EAET. Chicago Limited a 3:3S am a 7:18 am Chicago Express a 7:85 am a 8:60 prn Chicago Ex., Local bll:40 am a 4:80 pm Des Molnea Express. ...a 4:30 pm bll:60am Des Moines Local 9:66 pra Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:40 pm a 1:16 pm WEST. Rocky Mountain Llm'd..a 7:20 am a 3:30 am Colorado Express a 1:30 pm a 4:5o pm Oklahoma & Texas Ex. a 4:30 pm aU:40 am Colorado Night Ex a 8:56 pm a 7:25 am Chicago, Ullwaaate at St. PaaL Chicago Daylight Ex.. .a 'M am all:00 pra California-Oregon Ex.. .a 6:46 pm a 8:10 pm Overland Limited a 8:35 pm a 7:83 am Ulnoia Central. Chicago Expreaa a 7:26 am al0:3t pm Chicago Limited a 7:60 pm :ft am Minn. & St. Paul Ea....b 7:26 am oll.35 pm Minn, at St. Paul Ltd. ..a 7:60 pm a 8:06 pm HtBsouri Paclfln. Bt, Louis Express a 8:00 am a 8:30 am K. C. a Bu L Ex aU:15 pm a 6:00 pm Chicago Nortnweetern. Local Chicago all .30 am 3:45 pm Fast Mail a 8:2 pra i:3C am Da)liit 6t- Paul si wi 10:00 pm Daylight Chlcag a fc:(A,ara 11.60 pra Limited Chicago ........a S.iS piu 8:16 am Local Carroll a 4:3 ill 8:60 am Faat St. Paul .1 :zt.pni 7:06 am Local Sioux C. St. V. 0 i:6u pm 8:66 am Fast Mall 3:60 pm A 1. 1 . . Car. r. . A. ft -KA ti rt. a 1 tt . Norfolk tt Bonesteel ....a 7;o 4111 056 am Lincoln 6c ujuv run i i am ju:ao pm ca.n.r A U vuiillnr a 2:66 bin a 6 I ft run Deadwood & Llnoola ....a 8:66 pm, 8:15 pm Hastings-Albion o .w pin :14 pin Des M. & Okubojl Etc.. .a 7;5s aic a M put Cbloaa Great Wasters. Bt. Paul at Minn a 6:30 pm a 7:13 am Bt. Paul & Miun a 7.46 am a 7:66 pm Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm alil.M) am Chicago jipreaa e.w am a s.ju jua BURLINGTON STATION lOTU MASON Barlincten. Leave. a 4:10 pm ali:10 pi. a 6:60 am b 2:67 pm b 2:63 pm Arrive, a I 20 pm l :0t pm U:iO pm al3:06 pm aw am b :s .in a' VVlO ani ai'.K'p'ra a 7:26 pm al0:63 prn allu am a 6:46 am a 8:44 pm Denver California.... Northwest k. i ureas ... Nebraska points Ltncoln Fast Mall...... Ft- Crook c Plattsm'th Ij..1.!.,..!. a, Plattsm'th. hellevue & Pac. June... ,'.a!3:16 pm Bellevue 4c 1-ac. juuu... Denver Limited Chicago Special Chicago Express Chicago Flyer Iowa Local bt. Louis Exprese Kansaa City 44 bt. Joe. Kansas City 4k SL Joe, Kansaa City 4k Bt. Joe. . am .a 7:28 am a 4:0 pin .a :i pm .a 8:16 am .a 4:46 pm .al0.4b pm .a 9:16 am .a 4:46 pm WEBSTER DEPOT ISTH A WEBSTER Mtaaoart Paelae. Nebraaka Looal. via leava. Arrive. Weeping Water b 3:60 pm bl2:30 pm Chteaao, St. real, Minneapolis 6 Osanha. Twin City Passenger.. .b 8:30 am b 8:10 pm Bloux City Paaaouger...a z:00 pm all:20 am Oakland Local o 6:4 Dm b 8:10 am Emeraon Local o 8:46 am o 6:00 pm a dally, b daily except 8unay 1 daily except Saturday, o Sunday only, e dally except Monday. OCEAN STEAMERS ALLAN HNS ROTA L MAIL STCAMIB8 140NTRBAL to LIVERPOOL, WMklr Bllln SC. Lrrsc KouU. 8 tort act. Muoothrat n muM plrturMqu. HEW rA9T TV k BINS THlI'LE i'RW STAAMKAg "Vlctonaa" nd "Virginia,," 12 imi loaa ca. TWIN SCKfcW KTgAMKKS 'TlUllln'' an "bifmrUo" 10 Ik tul Apply to mr ! 4f.ol. M AUatg O0.t 41 JAULSVtt. JtiiJ CaiCAQOt GOVERNMENT NOTICES VNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF Agriculture, Mce of the Secretary Sep tember 11. 1!4. Notice Is hereby given that the Secretary of Agriculture has undr au thority conferred by law Issued an amend ment, described as amendment number one, to rule two. To prevent the spread of scabies In rattle. This amendment with draws from quarantine the following area: The states of Washington and Oregon, all that part of the stale of Kansas lying east of the western boundary lines of the counties of Smith. Osborne. Russell, Rsr ton. Stafford, Pratt and Barber, all that part of the state of Colorado lying west of the summit of thi Medicine How range of mountains In I airliner county, the west line of Boulder, Gilpin, Jefferson, Teller. Custer Huerfano, and Ijis Anlmns counties, ami also that part of Colorado lying west of the Ninth Guide Merldan west tn Fremont county; the counties of Big Horn. Fremont Sweetwater and Uinta In the stale of Wyoming; all that part of the state of Texas lying east of the lXHh merldan of longitude west of Greenwich and north of the '.fun parallel of north latitude; the counties of Snn Juan, Rio Arriba. Taos, McKlnley, Bernalillo. Santa Ke. Valencia, Socorro, 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. The quarantine placed by Rule J upon the above-described terri tory shall cease to be effective on and after September IS. 1905, on and after which date this amendment shall become and be ef fective until otherwise ordered. Notice Is also given that the Secretary of Agriculture has Issued an amendment, described as atnendmei. number one, to the regulations of the Secretary of Agri culture covering the Inspection, disin fection, certification, treatment, handling, and method and manner of delivery and shlnment of live stock which la the suh- ' Ject of Interstate commerce. This amend ment mooines iieKuiauon i". iv. u. and 24. Copies of the amendment to Rule t. and copies of the amendment to the iegulatlons may be obtained from the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, whose address Is Washington. D. C W M. Havs. Acting Secretary of Agriculture. sl5-16-18-19m. WATER RECEDES ON TRACKS Flooded Rallroada Are Coming to the Surface, TTiotigh 5ot En tirely Free. The effects of the storm are being brushed away by the railroad companies, although there Is still considerable local congestion of cars on some of the roads. The Kansas line of the Union Pacific has recovered from the high water and the line west of Topeka was opened at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and the line between Kansas City and Topeka waa opened Sun day evening at 8 o'clock. The Burlington has Issued orders to agents not to accept grain destined for Council Bluffs, as there Is a blockade there and the eastern roads can't handle the cars fast enough to return the cars to the Burlington. On one day last week there were ninety Burlington cars In the Rock Island yards, which the latter could not empty to return. There is also a shortage of all kinds of freight cars. One lumber dealer wlshrd to ship thirty-five cars of lumber to a point on the Union Pacific and could get no promise of. cars. The northern railroads refuse to let their cars come Into this ter ritory, as they anticipate all the business they can handle on their own lines and don't propose to let any of their cars get away from them. The Burlington reports show that 2,000 cars per day were handled in and out of Lincoln last week. This Includes the large passenger business which Is returning from the west, as well as the Immense freight business which the railroads are now handling. Many passengers were greatly Incon venienced last week by the delayed trains, whloh the rising waters held In check ln many places In this section. The Burling ton train from Kansas City was delayed nine hours at Forest City. The waters have generally receded and most of the trains are able to get through according to schedule. MINISTERS' UNI0N MEETS Onaba Prenchera Hold Flrat Session of the Fall and Tell ol Their Vaentlona. The Omaha Ministerial union held Its first fall meeting Monday morning at the Young Men's Christian association parlors with a fair attendance. Aside from a few reports from members who were absent during the Bummer, no regular business was transacted. In the absence of the officers of the union. Rev. A. J. Folsom, paator of tha Plymouth Congregational church, presided as chairman, while Rev. D. R. Turnbull, pastor of the First United Presbyterian church, acted as secretary pro tem. The election of offloers for the ensuing year waa postponed until the October meeting of the union. Secretary Packard of the Good Govern ment league sent a communication to th union asking that the ministers join the league as Individuals. The letter was merely read by one of the ministers and then placed on file. Secretary Packard waa not present. Rev. J. H. Conley of the First Baptist church told of the world's Baptlat con ference held at Exeter hall. London, and read the original poem which waa part of an entertainment on the steamer return ing. Rev. A. W. Clark told of his trip through the Yellowstone National park. He stated that travelers may secure pri vate conveyances on the outside of the park and make the trip through the park for $14 a person, while the transportation companies charge $49 50 a passenger, with about $10 extras. Rev. E. H. Lovitt, finan cial secretary of the Colgate university. New York, spoke of the work of that Institution. BROWN WANTS INVESTIGATION Attorney Aska Modlllcntlon of Order la Injunction Agalnat Auditor and pthera. t Attorney General Norrla Brown haa filed a motion In the United Statea circuit court aaklng that the temporary Injunction granted May 81, 1906, by this court In the oase of the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance company against Edward M. Bearle, audi tor of public accounts, and others, be modi fied so as to permit an Investigation of the charges made against the plaintiffs and then Issue an order In the premises as the facts w'H warrant. The petition statea that before and since the Injunction order waa Issued, It was and has been the duty of the state auditor to examine Into the oondltion of the affairs and business methods of the plaintiffs for the protection of the public, but the de cree of the court In Its present form for bids the performance of that duty. Be fore and since the Issuance of the order a number of complaints have been presented to the state auditor charging that the plaintiff Is violating the laws of the state of Nebraska, that they made false state menta to the defendants regarding the financial condition of the company, that their agrnta have procured Insurance by fraudulent repreeentatlona and that the condition of such company la such that it authority to transact business In thla state should be revoked. Therefore theae defendanta move that the temporary order of Injunction be ao modi fied aa to permit an Investigation of tha chargea filed agalnat the company. This motion la baaed on the records of thla cause, the pleadings and other papers filed therein and upon affidavits of XL M. Bearle. J. B. 8u4Ui and 1. U. ftleinaer.