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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1905.
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BiiHlnas. Shorthand. Typewriting. Teleg
raphy. Normal and Englt"h. Students
admitted any day. Catalogue free. Ad
dress H. n. Boyles, Frea.. Boyle bldg.,
Omaha. Neb. , R M-41
CTIUCv; 'Replated. Omaha Plating Co.,
OlU.VfcO isui Harnev St Tel. 2o3o.
t jR i
CITY' BAVING8 BANK pays 4 J,rTl"
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. S5M,
c rv - i w
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 621 N. 16th.
Tel. J77. R7SI
CUT BATE rail. tickets vryw?ra
P. II. Phllbln, 1506 Farnam. Phone .84.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, abutters .doors ana
safes. Q. Andreen. Prop.. 102 8. mJ
THR OMAHA FOUNDKY
Iron and brass coatings. 02 Jackson. Tel.
SIGN PAINTING. S. H. Cole. 1302 P1'
BAD IRONS replated. 20c; three for Wc.
Omaha Plating Co., 1608 Harney. Tela.
quality. Cheapest ricv Wantworth. 618
Paxtoa block. 'Phone .J671' R "
R-ila Tiac R. R umbel & Son,
Dale .1 leS UA N. 14h St.. Omaha.
, R 203 JanlB
MORGAN 8 hall, lh and Corby Sis. Ren
onablo for private or atrlctly Invitation
affaire.. Tel. iUi. . ' . R-3J
MicciiYcv Miss Spenoe, 2110 Lake. 'Ppne
VaSSafi;& Cedar -438W. S. Weir Mitchell
ygtern, Orthoepaadlc Hospital, Phlla.
OMAHA Wire and Iron Works make ape.
cialty of wire flower pot stands and win
dow guards. 2127 Farnam. Tel. A-6908.
. . t -, R 179 Nl
FREE Valuable formula for mahogany
stain. Topshlne Mfg. Co., 1522 Dodge,
Omaha. f R-212 N16x
CHAMPION CARPET CLEANING WKS.
JM 8. 14TH ST. FHONS 655.
R M745 N10
DeNIO. sign. 1624 Dodge.- Tel. 6S30.
Carpet Cleaning. Chrlatlanson. 2222 N. 20th.
R 120 N14
OAK block coal $6.00 a ton; best In town
for money. Jen w. Bedcora co. iei. iib.
it oiiiu mi
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
EHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT Sherman 4s McConneil Drug Co.,
omana.- - w
CHEAP chicken fence, long flr timbers and
telephone poles, wax jjougiaa, y out
MILCH COWS on easy terms.- 43d and
Center. - w w
' , SECOND-HAND.
STEAMT1TT1NGS FOB SALE
If you want a bargain In ateant flttnga call
and look over the following supplies:
i f -Inch Austin horizontal separator.
Lt-lnch AUatln's horUontal separator.
1 4-lnch Austin's vertical separator.
These have been taken out on account of
vhnagee la ' our steam plant and are In
good condition. Addreas Bee Building
Co.. or see W. H. Bridges, engineer, Bee
Bldg., omana. Q-632
FOR SALE--Two - llfe scholarships on
Omaha business '.college. Addresa
Dwlght Willi aula.- Omaha Bee, Omaha,
FOR' SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
galyanixed Iron cornice and ornamental
iron posts, suitable for show window. Ap
ply superintendent Bee Bldg. (J MS
FOR BALE New and second-hand blllard
and pool tables, bar fixtures of all kinds;
easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Brunswlok-Balke-Collender, 407 b. lutii St.,
Omaha. v. . - Q eul
t-DHAND. safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Far
nam. ' ' , Q 04
600 STOVES to select from at low prices
Chicago Furniture Co., ltiO-1412 Dodge
etreat. Q eua
FOR oALX it a bargain, two bed springs,
full ataa , condition. 9U27 Chicago at.
FOR PALiC Large safe: would exchange
for smaller one. Apply the Nebraska
Sued Co. y MiW.
GOOD Jersey cow for sale, very gentle; 836.
So. 14th St. W-175 lix
FOR 6ALE Full blooded shepherd pups.
M. J. Doster, Calhoun, Nett.
Q M192 lx
WARNER'S World's Best literature, 30
vtlH., as new, mor., 645.uu; coat 8i5.0u.
Unlvrrsal Ency., cloth binding, aa new,
l!'.', U vols. with guide book, for tis.uo;
vnt 454 00. Other tine books. Addresa 1
ttui, cure Register and Leader, Dea Moines,
1. W-M242 19
FOR SALE Battery. Addreaa R., 10 Pearl
Bt., Council Ulufta. Y &7
WHEN you want to buy, aell or exchange
. a hotel or restaurant aee Hart at Co., 401
N. Y. Ufa Y 837
FOR 4aLK Dry goods and clothing store
In Ainaworth. Neb.; stock In good shape;
cash, reat easy terms, owner wisnea to
retire. Addresa I'uidy Real Estate Co.,
Box 42. AJnaOTth, Neb. Y-M297
FOR SALE $3.6t) stock general mdse.,
good business, new. at 76c; western lows.
A snap. Address D 1. Bee. Y-8&3 23
FOR SALE Drug stock In good western
town of Iowa. Addresa D 28, Bee. Omaha,
Neb. Y M200 23x
FOR 9 A I. B Coal yard, with tracka. In
quire. 1611 Dorcas. Y iil 24x
Invoice $1,000; will aell for $200; or what
Uave you to offer In exchange?
- J. 1. TAMINOS1AN,
430 Chicago St., Omaha, Neb.
0((iD opening for a clothing and gents'
farntahlng store; good town; good sur
rounding country, and a good biick store
room can be had at a reaaonable rental.
Inoulre of W. W. Mitchell, Wood River.
Neb. , Y M24U 23
WANTED TO BUY
Atflqugrtan Rook Store, 1230 Farj highest
dYice paid for 2d-band books. Tel. F-46.U
BrfOTIJlND pony, young mare; must be
g ntla and sound, broke to ride and drive.
Call to 6 p, ui. 0-o Isard. N i2
"CENTURY DICTIONARY" and Modern
F.KMuoce; will pay 2d hand price; state
edition and .IjUmIui. Addreas C 23. Dally
ML n-uu i
WANTED MALE HELP
FALL TERM 1
Omaha Commercial College
DAY AND MOHT SESSIONS.
Catalogue free to any addreas.
Address: , ROM KBCl'UH BRQ8.,
- lilti and Farnam fits.
DRUG stores bouaht and sold. Drug clerks
mra. r. v. inicai, n. i.
CREDIT MAN; heavy hardware; $1,200.
Stenographer and bookkeeper; $75.
VVatrmtiMker ami ennraver for Hlimll town.
Call or write for complete list of vacancle
A good position Is always obtainable
through our ofllce.
WHMlbRN REF. A BOND ASS N., (Inc.),
Dept. B, H0-M2 New York Life Bldg City.
4 M la
MEN and toys wanted to learn plumbing
trade; great demand for graduates. 4-fc)
uy; many complete courwi iw ,,,.
graduates admitted to union and Master
Plumbers' association. Coyne Bros. Co.
Plumbing Schools, New York, Cincinnati
and St. Louis. (Day and nlgltt clans.)
'or frte catalogue addresa Zi 10th Ave.
New York. B-810
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
you aro In need of a position, can mm
have a "heart-to-heart talk with HART
THE EXPERT. 401 N. Y. Life. B hll
WANTED City salesmen at once. C. F.
Aoams uo., lbl Howard Bt. - p
WANTED Watchmaker, good engiaver
and salesman. Ed J. Niewohner, Cohim-
dus, iseh. J iiio
WANTED Reliable boys; good wages. A.
' D. T. Co.. 212 S. 13th. B MttJtf N
WANTED Gordon press feeders, A. 1.
wool, inc. 1210 Howard St. a
MEN wanted to pick corn. Write to S.
uavison, f arnam, Neo. tj n a
WANTED Ten cement finishers. D. and
council oiuns, . la. u ni
YOUNG man to learn trade. Wire Works,
WANTED Steady young man for elevator
conductor; permanent position. R. - W.
Baker, Supt. Bee Bldg. B-849
THE Moler system ol colleges operates
twelve grent schools to teach the barber
trade. Method that saves years of ap
prenticeship; 100 men wanted at once.
Can nearly earn expenses before finishing.
Call or write. 1116 Farnam St.
B M970 20x
WANTED Small Job of sodding done at
2tli and Farnam Sts. Apply at room 93
N. Y. Life Bldg. between lu and 12 o'clock.
THE SOUTHERN DISTILLERY CO. of
Baltimore, Md., want salesmen well ac
quainted with retail liquor trade to . sell
their whiskies in bond in Nebraska and
For further particulars call until Saturday
on Mr. M. Bernenko, Room 438, Her
Grand, or write to home office, Baltimore,
Md. B 240 19
WANTED A HIGH-CLASS SMOKE
HOUSE MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF
A CHAIN OF EASTERN MARKETS.
MUST UNDERSTAND THE SMOKING,
SHIPPING, ETC., OF MEAT THOR
OUGHLY AND ALSO BE CONVERSANT
WITH THE SELLING END. ADDRESS
D 27. OMAHA BEE. B-M167 19
TEAMS WANTED The Bennett Co. offer
continuous work hauling coal; several men
with good teams urgently required. Apply
to Mr. Kemper, the yards, 12th and Chi
cago Sts. Illinois 'Central track.
WANTED 100 plasterers, wages 8 per
day; 6ft laborers, wages $4.50 per day, ln
. St. Louis; no strike or trouble. Apply
Master Builders" Ass'n, 80 Odd Fellow
Bldg, 8th and Olive Sts., St. Louis, Mo.
B M191 22x
WANTED Card writer, window trimmer
and advertiser, care of dress goods and
cloak departments; permanent position for
right party; county seat, population 2,Mi;
state ealary and references. Address Jo
seph Blotcky & Son, Onawa, la.
B 209 IS
WANTED A flrat class time payment
salesman for furniture and carpel house.
Good salary paid to the right man.
Goldman Bros., 1104 Olive St., St. Louis,
Mo. B M225 20
WANTED Gordon press feeder. 605 Bee
Bldg. . B 234 19x
OFFICE BOY Address In own handwrlt.
Ing, giving references, D SO, Bee.
K 230 20
60 MEN wanted at once at 24th and P Sts.,
South Omaha. C. B. Carlson, Foreman.
B M248 22x
TWO coatmakera wanted. C. 8. Hlcka,
Council Blurts, la. M263
WANTED Competent young man . sten
ographer. Must have at least two years'
actual practical experience In dictation,
some knowledge of general book work, and
must write good nand. Apply lu long
- hand, stating salary expected, to D 31,
Bee. B M2al
WATCHMAKER, Jeweler, engraver and as
sistant salesman; , permanent position to
right man. 1. V. Owen, xork, Men.
WANTED A good strong boy to learn
carpet business. Enquire of Mr. Thomp
eon. People's Store. . B M222 20
WANTED FEMALE HELP
80 WORKING girls. Canadian Ofllce, 15th
and Dodge. C 812
LADY agenta and traveling men to aell
new patented articles without competi
tion; good money made by right party.
Call or address room 3u3, Brown block,
Omaha, Neb. C &4
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages; no washing. 2416
Farnam. C M346
W ANTED Good Kirl for general house
work. 1711 Dou&laa. C M411
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. F. B. Hochstetfer, 416
S 38lh St. C 417
WANTED An experienced lady dry goods
clerk, for general store ln central Ne
braska; must have references. Address
Lock Box 21. Calloway, Neb. C tC3 19
WANTRD Ten experienced power machine
girls for maaing nnrse covers. Omaha
Tent and Awning Co., 11th and Harney
Sts. C 176
GOOD colored girl for general housework.
2215 Farnam. C M197 19x
WANTED Lister and sorter. City Steam
Laundry. C 208 18
WANTED A girl for general housework.
1312 8. 3M 8t. Good wages. C 214 20x
WANTED Young lady clerk at Dyball's.
References required. 1518 Douglas.
C 219 18
WANTED Comnrtent cook; wages $5. 180$
Kinney, rnone C M22I 20
WANTED Girl to assist In general house
keeping; no washing or Ironing. 711 So.
lth St. C-2U-
WANTED At once, experienced cloak and
suit saleslady; good salary to right party;
none but experienced person need apply.
"h II between 8:30 and 9:30 only. People's
Store. C 229
WANTED Girl for general housework;
family of two; good wages. Mr. Cox,
3332 Burt. C-M245 Jlx
FIRST-CLASS laundress. $17 So. 2th 6t.
EXPERT ateam and hot water fitter and
helper .wants poaition. Addresa l 29 w .
IT DOES PAY!
When you use Bee "Want Ads your advertising does pay. They are established and
have stood the test for years. They are past tile experimental stage.
Bee Want Ads Brin Results
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th ft Chicago.
DEWEY European hotel. 13th A Farnam.
VIENNA Hotel; private dining rooms, cafe
ROOMS and good board, 15 per week and
up. Call 1517 Chicago 8t. 15 11
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul 1 runks
NICELY furnished rooms, all modern, with
. . . . . rt . . . w-Q.- 1 '
"'wuo. 1 1 1 o. Wtn Ave. C Kiioo i
DESIRABLE south front rooms. 2226 Fsr-
nam. E Mlbo -ix
NICELY furnished room. 415 N. 23d.
E 170 1
CENTER HOTEL, 219 No. 17th St. Large
norii room suitaDie ror 2 or t younn inuu,
with or without board. Tel. B 2f47.
E M198 19x
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; modern conveniences. 923 So. 26th
St EM196 21x
3 HOUSEKEEPING, also sleeping rooms.
The La k ota, 1613 Howard. E M252 21 x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
board, verandaa, ample lawns, stately
trees, rustic seats: home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 818
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO rooms, on gTOund floor. 1120 N. 17th
Dl. KM Ma
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Schmoller & Mueller.
7-ROOM, all modem house, N. E. corner
22d and Ohio, hot water heat ,825.00.
Turklngton, 602 Bee Bldg. D "60
FOR RENT Modem 14-1 oom trick dwell
ing, 19th and Leavenworth; In good order,
just papered and painted throughout;
' steam heat. Milton Rogers & Sons Co.,
14th and Farnam Sts. D A5t
UUUOCJ c, inters & Co., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van Storage Co. pack,
move and store H. H. goods. Storehouse.
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 151114 Farnam.
Tel. 1559. D S21
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 1496. Olflce, 1713 Webnter SL
HnilF ln " Prts If the city. The t.
llvyUJLJ i Davla Co., 508 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance, Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
v D U4
802 S. 29TH St., 7 rms., 1st fL, bath, gas, c.
w., tenant pays water, $20.
804 S. 29th., 14-r. house, mod. ex. furnace,
tenant pays water, $35.
1231 Park Wilde, 12-r. house, modern, tenant
pays water, $40.
848 S. 18th, 6 rms., upstairs, city water, gas,
2601 S. 20th Ave., 6-rm. cottage, city water,
1119 8. 19th, 4-rm. flat, city water, $7.
2211 Charles, 6-rm. cottage, city water, $11.
2107 Spencer, 9-rm: house, modem, barn. $30.
M'CAQUE INVESTMENT CO.,
. . 1604 Dodge St.
FOR RENT 8-room modern house, except
furnace. 806 N. 80h Kit., t:
6 ulce large rooms, ua N. lsth St.. $13.
C. M. toACHJdANN.
41M iuxton Blk.
FOR RENT 6-room cottage, 620 N. 22d St..
a. .Inquire at 607 N. 19th St, D M138
New 7-room modern house, east front, paved
streets, cement walks, lawn, shaue, fine
neighborhood ) $30. 3712 N. 24th.
613 N. Y. Life. SWEET & BEST. Tel. 147$
-room modern house, 423 North 89th St.,
10-room modern brick bouse, 1124 South
81st St., $36.
9-room modern house, 1512 Sherwood Ave.,
8-room modern brick house, 2060 Woolworth
7-room modern house, 2620 Manderson St.,
Room No. 1, New York Life Bldg.
4-ROOM. 2d and Francis, $6; city water
n n . 1 nl.L.n - tmtA mnlllnH 117.1....
Breen, Room 416, Karbacli Blk. D 174
FOR RENT Eleven-room modem house.
newly papered and in good repair: will be
vacant Oct. 20; rent, $J5 and water. In
quire 119 South 26th St., B. Tzachuck."
FLAT FOR RENT
Seven rooms ln Winona, $52.60.
Six-room house: modern except furnace;
paved street; nanscom parx district. $25.
HENRY F. DAILY.
Phone F-3246. 601 Bee Bldg.
D M186 19
FURNISHED house; modern. 1126 So. 80th
Ave. Call alter 6 p. m. B M1S5 20x
WHAT Is known as the Fred M. Youngs
house, 6004 Florence boulevard, $ roonid,
all modern, good barn; two rooms can be
sublet if desired. For particulars see
Harrison & Morion. Tel. 3o6. D 210
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
THREE-STORY and basement. Iu03 Far
nam; elevator. 814 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WE have vacant a particularly desirable
small omce which renta for tlo.oo per
month. Price includes heat, light, water
and Janitor service. It is located on the
lourtn floor of the Bee building and is
lust the thing for anyone wanting a nice
lllile office in the beat office building in
town. R. C. Peters & Co., rental agent,
ground floor. Bee Bldg. 1771
DENTIST can rant a fine, omce with north
light, in the Bee building, dividing wall
ing room and expenae of ofllce boy and
telephone with doctor of established prac
tice. Rent, $20 per month. R. C. Petera
& Co., Rental Agents, Ground Floor Bee
Bldg ' I-M346
Drug, grocery, meat market; built aa a
department store; separate If necessary.
Also bakery and laundry rooms, with par
lor. Tlxard. 220 No. 21. I-M3H7 N4
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Eight or nine-room houae with
modern Improvements, In Hanscora park
or West Fartiam district. Excellent refer
encea. Address K. care Bee ofllce.
MME. BUDDHA, LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 112 S loth SU, upaUUrs.
Reaultful prediction absolutely given.
MRS. O'NEAL (colored), palmist and ad
viser. Tel. Rea iu. i . zmt.
8 M119 21 X
MRS CARRIE SMITH. SOVEREIGN
l.ADY Ml'EKN OF CLAIRVOYANTS.
PALMIST AND TRANCE MEDIUM;
everything told, past, present and future;
satisfaction or no pay; all business atrlctly
cnntldanlUL U7 N. llu fit. 'phone Red-
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
of 3W acres. 4 mllra two good northeast Ne
braska towns; all level, well Improved; )
acrea cultivated, same amount fenced; 40
acres hog tight; beautiful trees; on R. r .
D. Heat producing farm in that locality.
At $25 per acre It's a great bargain; eas.ly
worth I.W. Must sell at once. Easy terms.
R. BEECH ER HOW ELL & CO.
RE 238 18
In McPherson. Edmunds, Faulk, Potter
and Hyde counties. In South Dakota, will
be sold at publlo auction to the highest
bidder. For particulars. If Interested, rela
tive to descriptions, appraisement, terms,
date and place of sale, apply to this de
partment. C. J. BACH,
Commissioner of School and Public Lartds.
PIERRE, Sd DAKOTA.
RE M744 20
1115 N. 24TH ST., SOUTH OMAHA
A strictly modern 11-room house, lot
60x150, all special taxes paid. Price, $..0uo.
which is less than the improvements could
be duplicated for today.
Payne Investment Company,
1st FloorN. Y. Ufa Bldg.
RE 215 19
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS -GRANDEN CO.,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
313 South 15th St. . . Telephone 681.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming;
low prices; ten years' time. Land Dept.
U. P. R. R.. Omaha, Neb., Dept. "A."
FOR SALE Large .house, two barns and
two full lots, on North ISth St., only
$4,500. This Is a bargain.
Room I. New York Life Bldg.
U. S. Bk. Bldg.,
WRITB for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two ranches In the corn and alfalfa
belt. Willis Cadwell, Broken Bow, Neb.
, , , . . re a
EVERY QHJv'A BARGAIN
$300 Beautiful e , front, 29th,. near Pratt.
14,6 Fine lot, SpaSlding St.
$60060x166, a. front' Chicago, near 30th.
$900 Fine lot, Caa Jd weat 81st,
$1,200 California, 2d west 81st.
$1,600120x127, Decatur and 29th.
$2,6oo 110x150, n. w. fcor. 36th and Burt; fine.
You will not miss It to buy any of these
G. G. Wallace, Brown Block.
RE M187 19
FOR SALE or trade, 820 acres Custer and
Lincoln Co. land at $jo per acre, for mer
chandise, hardware or dry goods slock.
Address Vlck Bros., Gretna, Neb-
RE M227 21
I HAVE many customers for houses and
lots, acre property and farm lands. List
your property with me. Silas Bobbins,
Frenxer block. RE M247 22x
A MODEL home; 9-room modern house;
everything ln perfect condition; two lota
worth $2,oU0; good barn and outbuildings;
fine shade; paved street;- now furnace;
south frontage. Buy from owner direct.
Price, $4,600. Arply 34 Charles St.
RE M244 19
THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLE are the safest. You
are protected by a $lo,000 bond against
loss by errors. You don't buy a lawsuit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. Iuu8
N. Y. LI tfjJBiaJTfLJi- R&r
FOR SALE FARMS
640 acres near St. Edwards, In Boone
county. Neb.; 400 acres under cultivation,
balance meadow and pasture; good Im
provements: 2 wells, windmills, etc. Price,
$46.00 per acre, $13,800 ln cash, balance lu
years at 6 per cent.
Several good Improved quarter sections in
Boone county and Nance county on very
tavorable terms. ,
For further Information call or write to
GEORGE & CO.,
1601 Farnam St., Omaha.
EXCURSION TO $5 AND $10 FARM
LANDS IN SOUTH DAKOTA, NEXT
WE HAD A VERY GOOD EXCURSION
PARTY TO SOUTH UAivuiA w
TUESDAY. IF YOU WANT ' SOME
REAL BARGAINS IN CHEAP FARM
LANDS, JOIN OUR EXCURSION ON
TUESDAY NEXT. ROUND TRIP,
$11.25. NEW RAILWAY JUST OPENING
VP GREAT WHITE RIVER VALLEY
OLD INDIAN RESERVATION. WE
GO WITH NEXT EXCURSION. FOR
MAPS AND FULL PARTICULARS,
WRITE OR CALL ON
THE PI'TNAM CO.,
504 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
Cadet Taylor, Preal. W. B. Taylor. Sec y.
This agricultural weekly goes to 60,000
homea of farmers and. slock raisers, ao If
you have a good pltce of land to sell at a
reaaonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The coat of an advertisement
is small 2 cents pes, word in small type or
nail 2 cents pes, word in smi
per Inch if set In large type.
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
FOR SALE A fine team of high-bred car
riage horaes. chestnut sorrels. Inquire by
telepboue 669. ' P M475
FOR SALE 100 head of fresh, well broke
native horses and mules, including busi
ness horses, wagon horses, drivers and
draft horses, matched and weighing
lbs. and up, at our tarna at Paciilc Junc
tion, la., 20 miles out of Oinuha. Call at
room 526 Bee Bldg. Tel. 17o3. Anderson
Record Co. P-761
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
half price; also extension top carriage
from the Satlley Mfg. Co.'s stock, at a
big bargain. Johnson & Danforth, 8. W.
Cor. 10Ui and Jones Sts. P 870
THREE open delivery wagons and one
top wagon, good as new; a big bargain.
Johnson & Danforth, S. W. Cor. loth and
Jones Sts. P M)6
STYLISH park .wagon: little used: must
aell at sacrifice. Address D 12 Bee or
telephone 623J PS24 19
LOST 1W4 O. H. 8- class pin. Return to
Advirtl.-dng Dept., J. L. Brandela & Sona,
li t reward. Lot-233 Hi
HE Salvation Armv solicits cast-off cloth
ing; In fact. anvtiilPK vou do not need;
e collect, repair and noil, at 114 N. 11th
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4135 and wagon will call.s
' U 511
Flanos delivered at once. $1 00 weekly. All
music lrssons free. JOIN NOW. Verfleld
Piano Co.. 1011 Fnrnam St. U-805
ACCORDION ,n1 SUNBURST
PLhATING. RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and samples.
, THE GOLDMAN PLbATINGCO
100 DoUULAS BLOCK. TEI- 1036.
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY. 'PHONE S630.
'PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
your piano. $2. Perfleld Piano Co., 1611
MACiN P TIP treatment & batha. Mm;,
mrt ClU, smith. 118 N. 16, 2d fl..r. ,8.
TUB, vapor and alcohol batha. 720 8. 13th.
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement: up to dnte and reliable. 2319 8.
13lh St., Omaha, Neb. U 293 Oct30x
If ACTOR Y tuners and action regulatora at
lowest rates for reliable service. Tel. 1626.
Schmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
LARSON & JOHNSON Cut rates to all
points. 1406 Farnam. Tel. 1936. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Cap.Ave. Laundry F.hJLrta.
U 800 N13 J
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Garrlell,
2216 Charles Tel. 6311. U-S64
WE RENT sewing machines, 75c week. We
repair all vmnkes of machines: second
hand machines. $5 to $10. Neb. Cycle Co,
Tel. 1CS3, Cor. loth and Harney. U 855
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
adopted. The Good Snmarltan Sanitarium,
728 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 774.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute. Ramge Blk.
MALLETT'S Cereal Coffee, healthful,
nourishing; best thing for Indigestion
lie per pkg all grocers. U M867
DR ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1606 Farnam.
DR. JACKSON, Room 4, Frenzer Block.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
tion free. U
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET,
EASY TO PAX.
WHEN YOU WANT
why not go where you can get It cheapest
and from an old-established Arm who
handles their own money. Establish a
credit with them that will be of value
to you In the future. We loan on furni
ture, pianos, live stock and salaries; small
WEEKLY or MONTHELY PAYMENT3,
which are suspended In case of sick
ness or out of employment. Facts are, we
want your business. Established 1889.
: - Duff Green Loan Co.
8 and Barker Block. 'TEL. 4034.
Is loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried people upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
ratea are aa low as any; our service
Is quick and quiet and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. We want your business It you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
306 South 16th Street.
Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
Every man In Omaha getting a salary, call
at our office and get all the money you
want on your plain note. A written guar
antee will be given you not to enforce
payment through your firm.
COME AND SEE US FIRST,
whether you borrow or not. Our rates are
tho lowest In the city. You can pay
us back ln easy weekly or monthly pay
ments, to suit yourself.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
Rooms $07-308, Paxton Block.
LOANS1 LOANS11 LOANS!!!
ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND SAL
ARIES AT THE LOWEST RATES.
THE WESTERN LOAN CO.,
(31 Neville Blk., Third Floor, Cor. ltith and
Harney Bis., lei. wis. X. 834
We have money to loan at a reaaonable rate
on diamonds, pianos, household furniture
or other good chattel securltlea to partlea
whose position in me require mat such
transactions be made and held in strict
contidence. Union Loan and Invest
Co., 212 Bee. Telephone 2904. X 635
BOWEN S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows, plain note if
steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned salaried people and others
without security; easy payments. Offices
ln 53 principal cites. Tolman, Room 714.
New York Life Bldg. X 837
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew.
elry, horses, cowa, etc. C. F. Reed, 319 8 13.
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. 746. 632-8 Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, ealary and Jewelry loana. Frdey
Loan Co., 1504 Farnam Bt. X 640
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all businesa confidential. 1301 Douglaa.
MONEY loaned on furniture, ealary,
horses, etc.: half usual ratea. Dr. prlbbe
now, room iU, at 2o9 8. 15th Bt, Tel. B-2964.
PRIVATE PARTY will loan on furniture,
pianos, horses and salaries. Addreaa C 1L
care Bee X M778
H. A. STURGES, registered attorney; pat
enta, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
lets successful. 617 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
1. J. LARSON & CO., patent lawyers.
ADVICE FREE. 603 Bee Bldg. Tel.
A 1 1 3J;, Mi38
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Blk.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy. 'Phone Har.
ney lou2. 874
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED to borrow $400 home money on
ample city real estate security at 7 pr
cent, without commission, Addresa soon
D 19. Bern. ALU
MONEY TO LOANREAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith at Co., 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Inveatment Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 1A04 Farnam. City loane
at lowest ratea; no delay; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1620 Douglas
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on buslnesa and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomas Brennon, R. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loana. R. C. Peters A Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
LOANS on Omaha Improved property, or
to build with; can pay It back In monthly
pavments. Hastings A Heyden, ltVWi
Fa'rnnm St W-86J
FOR WOMEN ONLY.
Dr. Raymond's Pills for delayed periods
absolutely reliable, perfectly safe; no dan
ger, no pain, no Interference with work;
relief brought to thousands after every
thing else failed. By mall $2.00. Dr. R.
G. Raymond Remedy Co., Room 85. 84
Adams St., Chicago. 111. 866
LADIES Chlchester'a English Pennyroyal
Pills are the beat; safe, reliable; take no
other. Send 4c stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles," In letter by return
mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
DR. PRIES treats aucceaafully all dlaeasee
and Irregularities of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1511 Dodge St..
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dles; never falls; $2 postpaid. Sherman
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 868
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no Injec
tions. Call or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Bidg.,
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, a marveloua mag
netic healer; all kinds of weakneaaes and
disease treated; cure guaranteed; buslnesa
confidential. 807 N. 18th. Tel. Rd-6736.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES.
In French, Spanish or German; learn to
speak In 25 lessons, business correspond
ence 60, to read literature 65 GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier, 116 South 2m h.
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
PlVPNif""!-! German, Spanish, Fencing.
rrLl1n The best results are obtained
by our method of teaching. Trial lesson
free. Davldge Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
Mr. and Mrs. Morand's School for Dan
cing now open.- Children classes meet In
our new academy, 18th St. near Far
nam; beginners, Saturday 10 a. m. and
Wednesday 4:15 n m.; season, 6 months,
$10. Children advanced, Saturday 3 p.
$10. Children advanced, Saturday 6 p.
m. ; season. 6 months, $5. Adults meet
at 15th & Farnam, Tusdays and Frldava
8 p. m. Private lessons dally. Tel. 1041.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow.
Church Co., main floor, N. Y. L. Tel. 133.
J. M. Macfarland, 809 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel. 685$
JOHNSON Institute, 61$ N. Y. life. Tel.
MRS. JOHN R. MUS1CK. Osteopathy Phy
sician. Office, Neville Blk. Tel. 2b23.
HESS as SWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. -877
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1258.
EXPERIENCED auctloneera on ahort no
tice to conduct sales of real estate, live
stock, household goods, etc. Omaha Real
Estate Auction Co., 232 Neville Blk.,
'Phone 6878. 896
PRINTiNfi MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
;v.Vctp tlell designs, 8. E. Cor.
LYNGSTACJ 16th St. and Capitol Ave.
IF YOU do not And what you want tn this
column, put an ad. ln and you will soon
get it Z-M3
Office of the city clerk, South Omaha,
Neb., October 16, A. D. 1906.
Scaled bids addressed to the undersigned,
and plainly marked "Proposala for Reiund
lng Bonds," will be received at the office of
the City Clerk, South Omaha, Neb., until 8
o'clock p. m. October 80th, A. D. 19u6.
For the purchase of the following de
scribed issue of city bonds of the City of
South Omaha, these aald bonds ao offered
for aale being general obligations of the
Seventy thousand and eight ($70,008) dol
lars of city refunding bonds, ISBued for the
purpose of refunding seventy thousand and
eight ($70,008) dollars In city funding bonds,
dated November 1, 19U0, now outstanding
under a reserved option.
These bonds so offered will be Issued and
numbered, consecutively, from one to 140.
or 70, both inclusive (except number one,
which shall be of the denomination of $ju8
or $1,01, as the case may be), and will be
of the denomination of $j00 or $1.00 each at
the option of the purchaser, dated Novem
ber 1, A. D. 1906, due and payable In twenty
(20) years after date, unless sooner re
deemed under the legal option of the city
at any time after Ave (6) years from date,
bearing Interest at the rate of four and one
half (4V) per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually, May and November 1 of
each year. Interest Installments evidenced
by coupons attached to the bonds, bonds
and the Interest coupons payable at the
fiscal agency of the state of Nebraska, -In
the City of New York, state of New York,
United Btates of America,
These said refunding bonda are Issued for
the purpose of redeeming and refunding
certain outstanding funding bonds of series
dated November 1. A. D. 1900, which fund
ing bonds were Issued and sold under ex
isting constitutional and statutory provis
ions of the City of South Omaha, Neb., and
It is further certified that the faith and
credit of the City of South Omaha are
firmly bound and revenue powers are Irre
vokably pledged for the prompt payment of
these said refunding bonds and Interest
thereof semi-annually, and at maturity
Also that the total Indebtedness of the
city. Including this Issue of bonds, has not
exceeded the constitutional and statutory
limits, and that an annual tax, aid other
taxea and assessments to pay prln- ipal and
Interest, as the same respectively all due.
Shall be levied and made. I
Each bidder must state separately the
amount he will offer for this Issue entire,
aa to "principal and premium," and that
"accrued Interest," will be paid to the date
and delivery of aald bond, also aa to the
amount of the charge. If any, that will be
made additional, by the purchaser, for the
printing and lithographing of thla aald
eeiica of bonda.
Each bid must be accompanied by cash,
or an unconditional rertitit-d check on a
registered national bank, In the aum of one
thousand 111 io dollars, and made payable
to the City of 8out-i Omaha, Neb., aa an ev
idence of good fuith on the part of the aald
The City of South Omaha, through Ita
City Council, reservea the right to reject
any or all bids, or to waive defects should
By order of the City Council.
JOHN J. GILLIN. Cltv Clerk.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER H
office, Fort Dee Moines, Ia October 14,
1905. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received here until t p. m , standard
time, November 14, 19c. for construction of.
a Cavalry Drill hall, at Fort Dee Moines,
la. Information furnished on application.
United Btatee reserves right to aocvpt or
reject any or all proposals, or parts there
of. Envelopes containing proposals should
be Indorsed "Proposals for Cavalry Drill
Hall." addressed L. Hardeman, Quarter
muster. t)17. 18. 19. $0 N10-11.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPSISTENCB
Stores. Office Purchasing Commissary,
U. S. Army, Omaha. Neb., Oct. 1. 1906.
Sea'ed proposala, aubject to the usual con
ditions, will be received at this office until
1( o'clock a. m., Oct. 26, 190R, at whleli
time and place they will be publicly opened
for furnishing subsistence stores, as fol
lows: Flour, sugar, canned goods, etc
Preference will be given to articles of do
mestic production. Blank proposala and
specifications can be obtained at thla office.
T. B. HACKER, Purchasing Commissary.
PROPOSALS FOR RF8URVEY8 AND
surveys In Rock and Brown counties, Ne
braska, Department of the Interior, October
10, 19o5, postponement. Sealed proposals will
be received at the General Iind office for
executing said resurveys and surveys until
Wednesday, November 1. If, an extension
of time from October 14, 1905, as originally
advertised, and subject to same conditions
and provisions. W. A. Richards, commle
aloner, O. 17. 19, 21. $4, 26. 28.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMON STATION TEJITH AND MARCY
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 6:18 pm
California E;xpresa a 4:10 pm a Ha-n
California ft Oregon Ex. a 4:20 pm a 6:1" prn
North Platte Local a 7:50 am a 4:20 pin
Fast Mall a 8:56 am a 3:20 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
Beatrice Local b 8:16 pm b 1:80 pm
Chicago Rock lalaad A Paelflo.
Chicago Limited a $ :36 am
Chicago Express a 7:35 am
Chicago Express, Local.. bll :40 am
Dea Moines Express a 4:80 pm
Chicago Fast Express.. ..a 5:40 pin
Rocky Mountain Ltd a 7:20 am
Colorado Expresa a 1:80 pm
Oklahoma A Texaa Ex.. a 4:36 pm
Chlcaaro A Northwestern.
St. Paul Daylight a 7:60 am
Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am
Chicago Limited a 8:38 pm
Carroll Local a 4:32 pm
St. Paul Faat Mail aiVWtpm
Sioux C. A St, P. Local.. b 1:60 pm
Chicago Express a $:60 pm
Norfolk A Bonesteel a 7:40 am
Lincoln A Iong Pine a 7:40 am
Casper ft Wyoming e 1:60 pm
Dead wood A Lincoln a 2 60 pm
Hastings A Albion b 2:50 pm
Chicago Local all :30 am
Chicago Expresa a 7:2$ am
Chicago Limited a 7:50 pm
Minn. A St. Paul Ex b 7:26 am
Minn. A St. Paul Ltd.... a 7:50 pm
St. Louis Express a 9:00 am
K. C. ft St. L. Ex all:16 pin
a 7:10 am
a 9:56 pm
a 4:80 pm
a 1:16 pm
a 8:30 am
a 4:55 pm
7 'OS am
e 9:35 am
a 7:30 am
a 8:06 am
a 8:06 pm
a 6 .30 am
a 6 :00 pm
Chlcaaro, Milwaukee a. St. Paul.
Chicago Daylight Ex. ...a 7:66 am all :00 pm
California & Oregon n;x.a a:4a pm
Overland Limited a 8:36 pm
St Louis Express 6:30 pm
bt. Louts Local (from
Council Bluffs) 1:15 am
Shenadoah Local (from
Council Bluffs) 6:46 pm
Chicago Great Westera.
SU Paul A Minn a 8:30 pm
St. Paul A Minn a 7:45 am
Chicago Limited a 6:oo pm
Chicago Express ....... .a 6:06 am
a 3:10 pm
a 7:35 am
10 JO pm
a 7:16 am
a 7:55 pm
a 3:30 pm
BVRLIJIGTON STATION 10TH
a 6:u6 pm
a 7:40 pm
b 8:22 am
a ? :10 am
a 3:56 pm
a 7:26 pm
a 6:45 am
a :06 pm
a 4:10 pm
a 8:50 am
Denver A California..
Northwest Express ..
Lincoln Fast Mall....
b 8:67 pm
Ft Crook A Plattsm th.b 2:62 pm
Bellevue A Plattm'th..a 7:60 pm
Bellevue A Pao. Juno...al2:15 pm
Bellevue A Pao. June. ..a 8:30 am
Chicago Sl-eclal a 7:25 am
Chicago Express a 4:00 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:06 pm
Iowa Local a 9:16 am
St Louis Express a 4:46 pm
Kansas City A St Joe..al0:45 pm
Kansas City A St. Joe. .a 9:15 am
Kanaas City A St. Joe.. a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT ISTH A WEBSTER
Nebraska Local, via - Ieave. Arrive.
Weeping Water b 8:50 pm bl2:30 pm
Chlcaaro, St. Panl, Minneapolis A
WW 1 S-l... W .A k. S..A
; i win -nj i q0nciiKcr...u o cri .m u v. 11
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 2:00 pm all:20 am
n , i i V r . . r w n . n
uanmna jjucai u o.ia pin a w.iv an,
Emerson Local o 8:46 am o 6:00 pm
m nllv h .inllv .TMnt AunriflLV. i4 nltv
except Saturday, o Sunday only, e dully
PRICE OF SHOES GOES UP
Wholesale and Retail Markets Ad
vance Because of Scarcity
la Raw Material.
CHICAGO, Oct 18. The price of ahoea In
Chicago will be higher within the next
fortnight than has been known In the last
forty years ln ready and custom-mado
goods. Already the Jobbing price has ad
vanced 60 centa on the pair and the retail
price la expected to feel the change ln cost
immediately. There la a scarcity of hides)
and the local dealers as well as the buyer
of the east have become alarmed over the
shortage. So material haa been the effect
of the ahortage that the coat of tanned
hides has gone up 80 per cent since Sep
In last Sunday's market newa The Beo
predicted much higher prices for shoes.
J. H. Burger, president of the Allentown
Shoe Manufacturing- company, was In the
city last Friday. He made the statement
that shoes would advance 26 per cent In
the next three or four months and there
was bound to be a big advance at once.
"The reason for the threatened advance
la that the tannera are only now waking up
to the fact that they cannot get hldea at
any price," aald H. G. Ilarte, vice presi
dent of the Regent Shoe Manufacturing
company. "They pay 14 to U cents for
cow hides and as high as 16 cents for
steer hldea, and they are not to be had at
that. The packera have control of moat of
the limited aupply and they are not going
to be ln a hurry to let go of It. Shoea
are already 26 per cent higher than they
were a year ago. We now pay 20 centa
a pound for leather which we bought a
year ago for 14 cents. Hldea which for
merly brought the farmer 7 centa are now
bringing 14 to 16 centa."
Several advances have already been
made thla fall on heavy grade shoea by
the Omaha Jobbera. No changea have
been announced this week.
NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY
Sessions Begin for tho Pnblle at
Kellona and Coanenlas Firat
The publlo night achoola will open Mon
day ln the Kellom building at Twenty,
third and Nicholas streets and In the Co
menlus building on Fifteenth atreet near
William, with Indications of the largest at
tendance recorded. Truant Officer Parker
thinks that the great business activity pre
vailing has kept many boys and girls out
of the day schools. He will Insist upon
these attending night aeaalona and the num
ber will be much larger than In peat years.
It is believed. Sessions will be held Mon
day, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thuraday
evening and the eeesion will last Ave
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