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TIIK OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1905.
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raphy, Normal and English. Students
admitted any day, Catalogue free. Ad
,lrMi H. Ft. Boyles, Pres., Boyles bldg..
omana, jeo. iv
TnVPv: Replated. Omnha Plating Co..
O IU V CO jiof Harney St. Tel. M35.
CITY SAVINGS BANK paya 4 percerrr
TRY KELLY'S TOWEL SUPPLY. Tel. 3T.T.
ANTI-Monopoly Garbage Co., 63 N. lth.
Tel. 1779. R-791
CUT RATE railway tickets everywhere
P. H. Philbln, 0 Farnam. 'Phl"J7894j
OMAHA 6afs and Iron Worka make a spe
clalty of fire escapes, ahutters. doora anil
eafes. Q. Andreen. Prop., 102 8. loth St.
THE OMAHA FOUNDRY
Iron and brass castings. W jaekson. Tel.
.2432. R 'to
BiQN PALNTINQ, 8. H. Cole. 1302 Douglas.
BAD IRONS replated, 20c; three for 60.-.
Omaha Plating Co., 1606 Harney. TeLJoJo.
t nricmiTH Kevs and locks. C.
L,VJVOmi 1 n Hellin. 217 South 14th.
quality. cheapest niiie. VVentworth, CIS
Paxton block. TPnone 1072. R-799
Rslo Ti H- Kumbel 4 Son.
DdlC 1 lei U24 h. itih St., Omaha.
R 203 Janl
MORGAN'S hall, 16th and Corby Sts. Roa
sonablo for private or strictly Invitation
affaire. Tel. 6124. R-821
Mocrona Miss Spence, 2110 Lake. 'Phone
IndSbdC ceiiar 4399.!. 8. Weir Mitchell
System, Ortboepaedlo Hospital, Phlla.
DMA HA Wire and Iron Worka make spa.
clalty of wire tlower pot htands and win
dow guards. 2127 Farnam. Tel. A-OHOS.
R 1.9 N15
FREE Valuable formula for mahogany
stain. Topslilne Mfg. Co., 1522 Dodge.
Omaha. R 212 N16X
:HAMPION CARPET CLEANING WK8.
720 B. 14TH ST. PHONE Uw.
PI IRQ redyed, repaired and remodeled.
rUIXO Thomsen, 1417 Farnam.
DeNIO, signs. 1624 Dodge. Tel. 6630. v
Carpet Cleaning. Chrlstlanson, 2223 N. 20th.
OAK block coal 16 00 a ton; best In town
for money. Jeff W. Bedford Co. Tel. 115.
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.
COMPRESSED AIR & SUCTION SYSTEM.
We clean and renovate carpets, rugs, up
holstery, mattresses, etc. No job too
large or small. Prices right. 1919 Far
nam. 'Phone B 8362. R M0u8 Nil
OMAHA ENGINE CO., western agents for
tha "Field" gas and gasoline engines. A
few second hand engines cheap, nil Far
nam. , R M596 N 23
KOTERA & CO "7 'T"ef.
WANTED FEMALE HElP
0 WORKING girls. Canadian Office, 15 til
and Dodge, c 612
WANTED Girl to assist In general house
keeping; no washing or Ironing. 711 So.
18th St. C 211
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. Charles Ely, 21.0 iiia
ney. C Mwrj
WANTED Experienced girl for general
housework; two In family; good wages.
Mrs. Cox, 3333 Burt. Tel. Black-6161.
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages. 113 N. 31st Ave.
' C-663 27
STENOGRAPHER, 36: call at once.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N, INC..
Dept. B-, 840-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omnha.
- . CT-j 27
GIRL for general housework; no washing;
wages $6 per week. Inquire 5o4 S. 3tith St.
WANTED Good cook; references required.
Apply 2ulS Cass St. C M7c9 29
WANTED A nurse girl, and girl for house
work. Mrs. Wm. F. Baxter, 3030 Marcy
St. C M707
WANTED Lady to take orders for high
class work. Large trade and lig com
mission. . Address H 2, care Bee.
TWO rooms on ground floor. U2o' North
17tb St. , 0721 2Dx
WANTErVLadies to learn hairdresslng.
manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or
electroylKls. Qraduales earn $12 to $20
weekly. Few wroka complotea. Our
scholarship provides for l!itrui'tlous,
demonstrations, examinations, diplomas,
positions or locations. Little expense.
, Tall or write, Moler College. 1114 Firnara
St. C-M7til 2x
OIRL for general housework: fsmilv of
two; without washlnir. S3. With wann
ing, 4. Woman's Domestic GnlM. 519
N. T. Life. C-.M757 28
WANTED Good alrl for general house
work ; three In family; good waeeH. ?"27
Chicago St. C M75ti
SOOD girl can have fine home In exchange
for srnHll amount f work. Wotnin'n I 'o-
mesUo Guild. 619 N. Y. I4fe. C--M7M
COLORED MAN wants situntlon; portor.
tend furnace; any kind of work. Ad
dress 1&12 Nicholas St. A M7u3 ZSx
YOUNG lady stenographer. Smith-Premier
or Remington, experienced, best refer
ences, wants situation. D , care Be-.
H. A. BTl'RGES, registered attorney; pat
ents, trad mark. coivukIh; no fee un
less successful- M7 N. Y. Lite, Omaha.
F. J. IARSON CO., patent lawvera
ADVICE FREE (M B.e Bldg. Tel.
SHARPS M A C H I N RVO R K s! rTt ents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, casting, machine work. &4
fal So. 10th St. M-312 N2J
EXPERIENCED auctioneers on short no
tice to conduct sales of real estate, live
stock, household goods, etc. Omaha RraJ
Eetate Auction Co.. 232 Neville Hik.,
'Phone &7B. Sa
JOHNSON Institute, iii N. Y. Life. Tel.
MKS. JOHN R. Ml'SlCK. Osteopathv Pby
alula. Offlca, KevUla Blk. XL 2a21
Omaha Commercial College
DAY AND MGH1' fct-SSIONS.
Catalogue free to any addiess.
AUdreba; UOHHBU'GH BROS..
19th una Farnam Sis.
CORRESPONDENCE and office manager.
Clerk and stenographer. $71.
Salesman for stuck foods. $150.
Traveling salesman for Jewelry; Mist-class
Rill clerk. $10.
Uents' furnishing goods salesman, $12.
t ail or write for complete list of vacancies.
MtSTEKN REF. BOND ASS N. INC..
Dept. B., 8-2 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omn'ia.
B 72S 27
Dru o stores b.juhi and sold. Drug clerks
v.anted F. V. Knlest, 624 N. Y. L.
MEN and l.oys wanted to l-arn pluinblnjj
trade; griat demnnd for graduates. $-$5
diy; many complete course two months,
riaduau-s admitted to union and Mast-r
'lumbers' associalion. Coyne Bros. Co,
Plumbing Schools, New York. Cincinnati
and 6t. Louis. (Duy and night class )
For frte catalogue address Hi 10th Ave.
Now York. B-MO
A POSITION guaranteed or no pay. If
Jon arc in need of a position, call and
have a "lieart-to-liem t T talk with HART
THE EXPERT. 401 N. Y. Life. B Sll
WANTED City salesmen at once. C. F.
Adams Co.. 1G19 Howard St. B 94
WANTED Watchmaker, good engraver
and salesman. Ed J. Niewohner, Colum
bus, Neb. B M784
WANTED Reliable boys; good wages. A.
D. T. Co.. 211 8. 13th. B M4u6 Na
WANTED Gordon press feeders, A. I.
Root, Inc. 1210 Howard St. B-448
WANTED Small Job of sodding done at
2Mb and Farnam Sts. Applv at room 93
N. Y. Life Bldg. between 10 and 12 o'clocn.
B M 140
AGENTS City and country; big money;
pay weekly; need no experience. The
Hanks Nursery Co., Wauwatoxa, Wis.
WANTED Teams to haul coal. Steady
work. Sheridan Coal Yard, 6th and Jark
son. B ;7s
YOUNG MEN WANTED FOR THE NAVY
Permanent navy recruiting office at
room 322 postofllce building, Omaha, en
lists American citizens of good health
and habits. Good opportunity for pro
motion; ages 17 to 25. or older If pos
oesHing a trade; wages on nrst enlist
ment, $16 to fto per month. Retirement
with pay after 30 years' service. Free
transportation to place of enlistment
after discharge B M594 30x
WANTED Experienced clothing salesman
for Saturday. Apply at People's Store.
WANTED A good tinner; one who can
speak German preferred. Will be ex
pected to clerk in store part of time. Guj
Wessel & Co., Wlsner, Neb.
SALESMAN WANTED To sell the grocery
trade; new scheme; no sample; big com
mission. We its Bros., Sioux OHy, la.
is Mtiol 31
WANTED At once; feed salesman who
lias hud experience on the road. Address
D-67 Bee. B-M6.6 28
WANTED Carpenters, 25 cents an hour;
work all winter. Address Jos. Sleshiger,
contractor, Yutan, Neb. B MS74
WANTED Man as salesman for general
office supply house. One having had ex
perience as typewriter salesman preferred.
Address E 1, care Bee. B M716 29x
WANTED A thoroughly competent so
licitor. Good money to the right man.
Call between 5 and 6 p. m. Farm Maga
line, 1614 Farnam. B 691 27
WANTED First class upholsterer. 1918
Cuming. B-M704 2
WANTED Chicken pickers, by Swift and
Company. Columbus, Neb. Good pay and
plenty of work for dry pickers.
WANTED Good solicitor, call between I
and 4. 419 So. 15th St. B Mill 2x
WANTED Good gas fitters; good wages
and ateady employment to right parties.
Address Leavenworth Light and Heating
company, Leavenworth, Kan.
B M71S 29
WANTED General agent for large Per
sonal Accident and Health company.
Splendid opportunity. Call Saturday be
tween 10 and 12. A. 8. Bunker,
Paxton hotel. B M718 30x
WANTED One box maker, two large boys
and two or three Hctlve men for handling
lumber. Omaha Box Co., East Onialia,
Neb. B 730 29
MALE stenographer of over six months ex
perience; $30 per month.
HART. THE EXPERT.
4'Jl N. Y. Llfo.
B M755 28
WANTED Men to lenrn barber trade.
Few weks required. Our graduates earn
$12 to $20 weekly. Our scholarship pro
vides for Instructions, demonstrations,
examinations, diplomas, positions or loca
tions. Little expense, originators of this
method 1SI3. Twelve great colletes under
one management. Call or write, Moler
Barber College, 1116 Farnam St.
FIREMEN and brakemen on Nebraska and
other railroads. Experience unnecessary.
Firemen $75. become engineers and earn
$180; brakemen $0U. become conductors and
earn S14i. Name position preferred. Un
equalled opportunity for strong, ambitious
young men. Address C-20. cur Omaha
Bee. B-M753 !8x
WANTED Men. everywhere; good pay; to
dlstrlluti circulars, advertising mutter,
tack slfns. etc.: no canvassing. Address
National Distributing Bureau, 100 Oak
land Bank building. Chicago. III.
LABORERS wanted at Gas Works iHh
ar.d Center Sts. B M76S 3
80D WANTED Small Job at 2Sth and
Farnam streets. Anolv Mondnv r. m.
at 90S N. Y. Life Bldg. B-M7' SO
ANY PERRON to distribute our samples;
m wpkly. steady. Mgr. "Emlro." 4
Wells St.. Chicago, 111. B M765 28x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith 4c Co., UJ0 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOA N Pay na Investment Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam. City loans
at lowest rales; nu delay; get our terms.
BUILD1NU loans on residence property; (
per cent. W. li. Melkle. Ramgs Blk.
LOWEST BATES Benas, Paxton Blk.
PRI VATW money. F. D. Wead. 15J0 Douglas
Jl on.H0 TO LOAN un buniness and resi
dence property in Omaha, lowest rates; no
ticluv. Thoipna ttlellliail, R. 1, N. Y. Llf l.
WANTED City loaua. R. C. Peters & Co.
FARM and city loans; lowest rates. W. H.
Thomas. 1st Nat 1 Bank Bldg. Tel. 1648.
LOANS or. Omana improved property, or
to build with: can pay It back in monthly
payments Hastings & Heyden. li"'3
Farnam St W bil
WANTED Application for 6 money on
busint-ss property. F. D. Wead. 1SJ J Doug
las t. W-;9 31
FOR SALE HORSES. WAGOKS
ELEGANT Stanhope, with rubber tires, at
lialf price; ato extonsion top carriage
from the Sim ley Mfg. Co. 'a stock, at a
Pig baicain. JohnsoL & Danfoith, S. W.
Cur. lt'th and Jones Sts. P 370
THREE open delivery wagons and on
top wagon, good as new: a big bargain.
Johnson A- Dunfortli. S. W. Cor. Huh and
Jones Sts P Mass
HES8 at SWOBODA. 1416 Farnam. 677
L HENDERSON. raroam. Tel. 1261
There Is Always One By Which The Rest Are Measured."
IN OMAHA, THAT ONE IS
BEE WANT ADS BRING RESULTS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
ROYAL HOTEL. European, 16th & Chicago.
E Si 3
DEWEY European hotel, 13th . Farnm.
VIENNA Hotel: private dining rooms, enfe
ROOMS and good board. $5 per we'k ard
up. Call 1517 Chicago Ft. E 811
Tel. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
MODERN furnished, steam hinted rooms,
single or ensuile. 21' 2 N. 23d St., Flat 3
FURNISHED room for Kentlcman; private
family. 316 N. Ifth. E-.MI70 29x
DESIRABLE, large south front rooms,
furnished or i:if iirnlshed ; first class loca
tion. 2.':4 Faiiiam. E Mii.vi .-.fix
TWO Furnished rooms. 624 So. 2nth Pt.
FURNISHED room; modern. 72: P. Ith
HI. fc AliM 3I)X
ELEGANT large front room and alcove
and two single rooms; nicelv furnished:
all modern. 122 S. 25th St. Tel. 6'W.
E M743 2
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms nt
The Dakota, 1613 Howard. 'Phone 7flti9.
LARGE front room, wll hented. modern:
one smaller. 514 N. 23d St. Tel. Ked
4854. E-M766 30
LARGE room. 2d floor: stntlonarv wash
bowl, hot and cold water. 220 N. l!t h St.
Telephone service. E 737
FURNISHED room for gentleman: modern.
lii:: Davenport St. K Mini -iux
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.;
uoara, veranoos. ampio lawns. staieiv
trees, rustic seats: home cooking; hot and
cold water; reasonable rates. F 818
Tel. 611. O. M. E. Haul Trunks
THREE elegantly furnished front rooms for
light housekeeping, i.018 Oavenport.
K .tltiSO 2&X
FURNISHED rooms with board. 316 South
20th St. F 693 1
THE ROSE. 2020 Harney, elegenatly fur
nished rooms, house modern; good board;
also table board or meal tick ts. Phone
2447. F-496 N15x
LARGE modern room, suitable for two.
wun ooara. th iu. 141 2
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO large unfurnished rooms. 2015 Call-
lornia. U 740 2x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICEb
'lliREE-STORY ana uanuir.cut. Iuu3 Far
nam; elevator. 314 First -Nat l Burin Bid;,
WE have vacant a particularly doslrabl
small office wiiicn rents for Slo.uu pe
month. Price include beat, light, wate
and janitor service. It is located on ti,
fourth noor of the Bee building and I J
just llie iiiiuk. iui auuiie naming a nice
little utiles in the best office bunduijt 111
town. K. C. Peters de Co., rental uenii,
ground floor. Bee Bldg. , 1771
DENTIST can rent a fine ufilce with ncrih
light. In the Bee building, dividing wail
ing room and expense of ollice buy and
telephone with doctor of established prac
tice. Rent. HO per month. R. C. Peters
fc Co., Rental Agents, Uiound Floor Hen
Bldg. I M346
Drug, grocery, meat market: built as a
department store, separate if necessary.
Also oakery and taunury rooms, with pir-
lor 'lizard, U'O No. i3ci.
SPACE for offices or small stocks on
ground floor, olo S. 16th St. 'Phono 18'
or see Webster & Miller, 323-4 Omaha
Nat l Bank building. I M759 N3x
THE Standard Broom & Manufacturing
company, a corporation, owners of the
patented Hutton broom, will erect up-to-date
broom factories In progressive towns
and cities upon the siock plan turnins
samo over to Hocal manage. nenl when
completed upon royalty contract. Gives
employment to twenty to luo men, accord
ing to size of factory. Iist factory erected
Preston, Minn.; no plant elected within
100 miles Preston or Minneapolis, Minn.
Secretaries improvement clubH, commercial
clubs and boards of trade, luvlied to corres
pond with C. W. Sorteberg. secretary and
treasurer, Preston, Minn. A-l references
furnished upon application. Standard
Broom et Manufacturing company.
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
a hotel or restaurant aee Hart & Co., 4ul
N. Y. Life Y-687
FOR SALE Dry goods) and clothing store
in Ainsworth Nob.; stock in good shape;
H cash, rest easy terms; owner wishes to
ictire. Address Puidy Real Estate Co.,
Uox 142, Ainsworth, Neb. Y MJSi
STEAM LAUNDRY in county seat town
doing good business; good building and
location; investigate, no reasonable offer
refused. Address D 39, cure Bee.
FOR SALE The best hardware business In
the state of Nebraska, stock only. Owner
wishes to retire from business. Address
W. W. Coales, Platlsmoulh. Nib.
FOR SALE At once, l5-room, first-class,
$2 per day hotel, good location, in
omaho Sl.Otirt if taken at once; terms.
Call or wiite at once. Cause, sickness.
Duncunson Real Estate and Advertising
Co.. 4il-2 Puxton bloc!:. Y 62
I OR SALE Shoe und gents furnishing
stock, fixtures, etc.; stucK up-to-date; .
one-half cash, balance easy terms 011 good
security. Last year's business, ta.Ouo,
could be Increased. J. E. Umber. Grand j
Island. Neb. V M714 lx
WANTED Young man with $C0O to $1,000,
or who can furnish satisfactory security,
to act as rales agent In Omaha or well
located town for large eastern manufac
turer of tank and silo giaids. Address K
4. Omaha Bee. Y 732 2x
FOR SALE OR RENT A nice little hotel
In a good town, on Union Pacific railroad,
containing fourteen sleeping rooms; 11
real home-like place; well locuied; will
seP or rent ut rlsht price but would
rather sell. Apply to Morris & Robert
son. North Bend. Neb. Y M746 2Jx
WANTED TO BUY
Aniiiiuariun Book Store. 1.20 Far.: highest
price paid for 2d-hand books. Tel. F-459.
SHETLAND pony, young mure; must be
gentle and sound, broke to ride and drive.
Call 4 to 6 p. m. 4u-o Izard N 162
HIGHEST price paid
goods. Telephone ltW.
N 292 Nlf
COTTAGE. 4 to 6 rooms, in Oni.ihu. Ad
dress D 49, Bee. N 3:6 27x
WANTED A large second-hand, fireproof
safe; must be iu Omaha, South Omaha or
Council Bluffs Address E 3, Bo-.
N 99 29
PI 1 IMRlNf 1 PfPlr worlt 14 specialty.
rLUMDliMJ l.ym h Bros., 317',, P. i.tu.
Tel. 1477. iM N:2
I V M I""" U Repairing immediatt lv attended
UIlV-nLo. ii 8. ialll. Mi.
CHAPMAN MAHAN. Repalilng pro i.pTly
at low prices. 5i3 N. 16th. Tel. Red f,4.
A. DAY ARD, 4314 No. 2lb. Tel. C32
FOR SALE REAL ZSTATE
A. P. TUKEY & SON
WE BUY AGAIN
SEVEN IN A BUNCH
THE BEST YET.
We have Just bought seven houses on
17th and 18th and Hickory streets. Of all
the houses we have recently bought we be
lieve that these are the biggest bargain that
we have picked up. either for a renting
proposition or for small homes.
There are thne cottages fronting west on
18th street, Nos. 1701, 1703 and 1706 South
15th street. All of these are good cottages,
within walking distance ot most any part
of town and well located for $1,000 each:
they are well worth the money. Wa will
sell them separately or all In a bunch.
They rent for $10 each.
At 1712 and 1716 Hickory we have two
other cottages, not in quite aa good shape,
for $S00 each. They also rent for $10 each.
Fronting east on 17th street, Nos. 1464
and 146A, we have a large double flat
which rents for $48 per month and which
we will sell for $3,750. How's that for an
We will make such terms on these places
that they are aure to sell at once, and If
any such property would Interest you look
them up at once.
A.-r. TUKEY 4 SON.
444-445 Board of Trade Bldg.
Phones: Office. 2181; Residence. 6153.
A beautiful lot on Lafayette Ave.. 50x150,
paving and permanent walk paid.
2716 Decatur St This Is a good B-room cot
tage In good shape. Rents $144 per year.
S rooms In
2714 Decatur. 6 rooms In tip-top shape.
Rents $180 per year.
month. A bi
2030 Spring, 10-room house. 8 years old.
Rents -S per month. A big bargain.
The Byron Reed Co.,
212 South 14th.
RE 672 27
HERE IS ANOTHER
i rooms, city water, gas, fixtures In each
room, lot 60x130, nice lawn, fruit trees,
large bed of strawberries, all In fine con
dition; house built last year.
R, H. LANDER YOL.
422 Board of Trade. Telephone 2151.
RE 735 29
Buys aa 8-room house 4 blocks from P. O.
bringing $210 per year.
F. D. WEAD,
1624 Douglas St.
RE 656 27
Buys a fine double dwelling In Park district
on car line, full lot and alley in rear:
splendid purchase to occupy one and rent
other at $U) per nio.
F. D. WEAD,
1624 Douglas St.
RE 665 27
Buys corner two lots In West Farnam St.
district; Just proper distance oft Farnum
car and most sightly; jwner has removed
F. D. WEAD.
1524 Donslaa St.
RE 664 27
AN OLD HOMESTEAD IN ST H WARD,
SUBSTANTIAL GOOD-SIZED HOUSE.
LARGE TR1UIS, ABOUT ONE ACRE O!"
UUOIND, JUST A GOOD WALK FROM
BUSINESS CENTER. PRICE THIS
WEEK ONLY S6,76u.
F. D. WEAD,
1524 Douglas St.
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail.
BURGESS - GRANDEN CO,
F. M. RUSSELL FIXTURE CO.
313 outli 15th. St. Telephone 681.
t-irin and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Cuiuiauo and Wyoming;
low puces, lea years time. Land DepL
U. P. ti. R.. OuiLtf, Neb., Dept. "A."
WRITE for Illustrated pamphlet describ
ing two lunches In the coin and alluKa
belt. Willis Cadwell, Broken Buw, Nob.
IF YOU want to get right prices on farm
land in Custer county, write Willis Cad
well, Broken Bow, Neb., for list.
RE Mjuu N30
THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB
BiHAC'ls OF TITLE are tne safest. You
are piulecled by a tlu.UMf bond against
loss iiy uriors. You don t buy a lawsuit
wuen you buy a "Kerr'' aostruci. luuf
N. Y. Lite Bldg. Tel. 2244. RE
2711 Sprague St., new house, 5 large rooms
llnisned downstairs and room for S or 4
more upstairs. Buy this property; live
downstairs and luush upstairs later and
you will have a property worth g3,uuo.
I.ook this up; it will pay you. Lot 5ox
"' R H. LANDERYOU.
423 Board of Trade. Telephone 2161.
RE 734 2
Opportunity of a Lifetime
To secure an ideal home on one of the fin
est und most popular streets in the city
at a price less than the cost of the build
ing. For particulars call at 702 N. 4itn
St. or telephone Aah-51'vi RE 738 28
NEBRASKA FARMS v
For Nebraska farmers; lu central Ne
braska; biack loam soil, no sand, alkali
or gumbo; everytning grows, corn, win
ter wheat and alfalfa the staples; ISO
acres, i miles from town, 130 cultivated,
cheap house, well, pump, etc., 63.500. A
baiguln. Come and sea for yourself. J.
T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
I have some choice lots in Florence which
I will sell singly or in groups. Also have
lots in Omuha and South Omaha to sell or
lease. Can as secure you a tax certlrlcats
of the scavenger sale. Dexter L. Tnomas,
All y. 412 Be. &&-Ut77a
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
First, let us show you a S-room cot
tage, gas and sewer connections, per
manent walk, good condition; lot 30x
127 ft. and alley, on 25th Ave., north
of Cuming street.
Then make us an offer.
M. J. KENNARD & CO..
310 Brown Blk.
RE 725 28
FOR SALE Large bouse, two barns and
tWo full lots, on North 16th St., only
$4,500. This Is a bargain.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Modern six-room cottage; good
location; $1,600. The O. F. Davis Co., 608
Bee Bldg; RE-M748 N6
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO moving; lowest ratea for reliable
service. Tel. 1626, Schmoller & Mueller.
T-ROOM. all modern house, N. E. corner
2-d and Ohio, hot water beat ,$25.00.
Turklngton, 602 Bes Bldg. D 763
IIUUOCJ c. Pelera & Co., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van &. Storage Co. pack.
mow ai.u siom 21. n. gooas. Biorenouse,
1120-24 N. lSth. oaioe, lullli Furiiaiu.
WE MOVE pianos. 'Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 14M. Ollice, 1713 Webster 8U
HnimF ,n a" parts if the city. The o!
UVUJLJ F. Davis CO., 608 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, insurance. Ring wait. Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 8-room -lodein bouse, except
furnace, but) N. 801 h frL, t:.
4 nice large rooms, Uil N. 1Mb St., 112.
C. M. .fcAcHJaANrt.
436 l attou lk.
FOR RENT Seven room house, 28th and
Farnam bis.; $25. Inquire at 0O1 N. mh
FOR RENT 7-room house. $15; 6-room
house, $10; both newly papered. WUbam
K. Potter, Rec 3ol Brown Blk.
FOR RENT Eleven-room modern bouse,
newly papeied and In good repair; will be
vacant Oct. 20; rent, $3a and water. In
quire 113 South 25th St., B. Xzschuck.
WHAT Is known as the Fred M. Youngs
house, 50u2 Florence boulevard, 8 rooms,
all modern, good barn; two rooms can be
sublet if desired. For particulars see
Harrison 6c Morton. Tel. lot. D 210
FOR RENT Desirable nine-room modern
house, 4117 Farnam aireet, $40. Alfred C.
Kennedy, real estate, loans. Insurance,
rentals. 209 First National Bank Building.
Omaha, Neb., Telephone 722. D M3u9
30 NEW, all modern, 7-room house. S3d and
Marcy. "Phone 67S6. D M508
COZY cottage home, furnished or unfur
nicbed; 6 rooms, polished floors, full lot,
car line one block. 914 South tOth St.
D M543 28x
B-ROOM house for rent. 3713 North 22d St.
Key 715 North 23d. P. R. Cook.
D M572 29x
1911 CALIFORNIA ST. 7 rooms, city water
$18. Walter Breen, R. 416 Karbach Blk.
FOR RENT A 10-room house, 87th and
Mason, with furnace and fully equipped
bath room only $16 per month. Inquire
R. C. Petera & Co., ground floor. Bee
Bldg. D 626
FOR RENT A very desirable 9-room house,
modern In every respect, with hard wood
floors; good barn. Only $35 per month.
2010 Emmet street. Inquire R. C. Peters
& Co., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg.
MODERN 6-room house, $22.50 per month.
8714 N. 18th Si. D-654 27x
4- room cottage, 3568 Leavenworth St... $12. 50
4 rooms. 4430 Farnam $12.00
6- room cottage. 2io 8. 20th Ave $12.50
7- room house, 2474 Harney $-'7.00
7-room bouse, 218 S. 35th Ave $1K.00
7- room house, 3416 Martha $16.00
5- room house, 1202 S. 9th $30.00
8- room house, 2712 Caldwell .:. 00
8-room house, 2629 Seward SJ0.00
F. D. WEAD, 1524 DOUGLAS.
WANTED A tenant for a $30,000 dwelling
in park district, which will lie fitted up
to make about 20 rooms; well suited for
fine boarding house or a club. F. D.
Wead, 1524 Dougius St. D 663 27
209 8. 26th Ave., modern, close ln; newly
2021 Locust St., 7-room. modern; nicely
painted and papered. Rent, $23.
1820 North 19th, 6-room cottage, city water.
J. H. Sherwood, 837 New York Life.
NICE 6-room house, all modern, easily
heated. $22.50 721 So. S7lh St.
D 634 N25x
FURNISHED cottage for the winter,
modern; no children. 'Phone Red 4630.
Address 2106 Ohio. D 656 27
FOUR rooms; modern, except furnace.
Apply 846 8. ISth St. D M656
GOOD 6-room modem cottage; hot water,
heat. Telephone 3179. D M706 28x
NEW 6-room. strictly modern, high-class
property. $30. SNAP.
New 4-room cottane, full lot, $12.
SWEET & BEST. 613 N. Y. U Tel. 1473.
S-ROOM brick, ln walking distance, 2719
Jackson. Inquire 4019 Hamilton St.
FOR RENT ENTIRE 2D FLOOR S. W.
CORNER 16TH AND DODGE. STEAM
HEAT: IDEAL T-OCATION ANY PRO
FESSION: IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
THE PUTNAM CO.. 504-6 N. Y. LIFE.
NEW 4-room cottage. 2t'.th and Taylor. $12;
new 7-room mod. 3712 N. 24th. $30. f.13 N.
Y. L. Sweet & Best. Tel. 1472. D-733
FOR SALE FARMS
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. Improved. Three miles from
railroad and court house. Address box
1125. Omaha. Neb. M723 4
FARMS TO SELL KEMP, Blair. Neb.
Tbla agricultural weakly goes to 60,000
homes of farmer 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 lu small type or
-k n"r iren er set in urge type.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAGES,
In French, Spanish or German; learn to
speak ln 25 lessons, business corr espond
ence 50, to read literature 65 GUARAN
TEED. F. Peltier, 115 South 2"th
MS 13 NU
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
CWPrVrH Oerman, Spanish, Fencing.
rrCl'vn Tne b'-st results are obtained
by our method of teaching. Trial lesson
free. Davldge Bldg., lsth and Farnam
FRED O. ELLIS, teacher of voice. Room
li. Barker fclds. Voices tested free.
DONAHUE Anthony, a red 7 years, son of
Mary and Anthony, at residence, 164
Funeral Friday, October 27, at 10 a, ra.
Interment. Holy Sepulrher cemetery.
BKDESSEM Mrs. Kate, widow of Theo
dore, aged CB years and 7 months.
Funeral Saturday, October 28, at : a,
m., from residence of her daughter. Mrs.
Blukeslee, 722 North Nineteenth street, to
St. I'hllomena s church. Interment Ger
man catholic cemetery.
Bralley & Dorranee, 20th and Cum. T. RI.
HARRY B. DAVIS. 411 a 16th. Tel. 1224.
DODDER, E. L., 2224 Cumlnf. Tel. 877.
TAGGART, 23d and Cumlnr. TeL 714.
FACTORY tuners nd action regulators at
lowest rates for lellable service. Tel. 16JS.
bcbmoller & Mueller, piano makers.
TUB, vapor and alcohol baths, 720 S. 13th.
TRY KELLY'S LAUNDRY.
'PHONE 701 and a man will call and tune
vnur piano, $2. Perfleld Piano Co.. 1U
Farnam. U S1
MAC1N P TIP treatment ft baths. Mm;.
HWUnCIIU Smith, 118 N. It. 2d M r. t
LARSON A JOHNSON Cut rates to all
points. 1408 Farnam. TeL 1936. Member
American Ticket Brokers' association.
Cap.Ave. Laundry ESTk ct
THE Salvation Army solicits cast-off cloth
ing; in fact, anything you do not need;
we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N. Htn
St., for cost of collecting to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone 4136 and wagon will call.
Fianos delivered at once, $1.00 weekly. AH
music lessons free. JOIN NOW. Perfleld
Piano Co., 1611 Farnam St. TJ-866
ACCOKUION eni SUN8URST
PLhATlNG. RUCHING, BUTTONS
Send for price list and samples.
THH GOLDMAN PLtAllNGCO
100 buuuiiB ULUCii. TEL. 1936.
PRIVATE horns during confinement; ba
bies boarded and adopted. Mrs. Ciardeli,
2216 Charles Tel. UU. U 854
WE RENT sewing machines, 75o week. We
repair all makes of machines: second
hand machines, So to $10. Neb. Cycle Co ,
lei. Ibb3, Cor. 15th and Harney. U 856
PRIVATE home during confinement; babies
adopted. The Uood Samaritan Sanitarium,
726 First Ave., Council Bluffs, la. Tel. 774.
OMAHA Stammerer institute. Ramge Blk.
DR ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1406 Farnam.
DR. JACKSON, Room 4, Ftenzer Block.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Consulta
tion treo. U-486
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; up to date and reliable. 2319 S.
13th St., Omaha, Neb. U 298 OotSOx
FOR WOMEN ONLY.
Dr. Raymond's Pills for delayed periods
sbsolutely reliable, perfectly safe; no dan
ger, no pain, no Interference with work;
leiief brought to thousands after every
thing else tailed. By mall $2.00. Dr. R.
G. Raymond Remedy Co., Room 85, 64
Adams fct., Chicago, Ul. 866
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and lrreguluriites of women from any
cause; experienced and reliable. Address
with stamp. Dr. Pries, 1611ft Dodge St.,
PEN-TAN-GOT Prompt regulator for la
dies; never fails; $2 postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 868
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no InJec
tlona. Call or write for booklet. Quick
Cure Rupture Co., 611 W. O. W. Bidg.,
MRS. CARRIE SMITH, a marvelous mag
netic healer; all kinds of weaknesses and
disease treated; cure guaranteed; busi
ness coniidentittl. 807 N. 18th. Tel. Red
6736. Medical 743 27x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Siit-RWIN WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED
PAINT, Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. Q 800
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers and
telephone poles. 901 Douglas. Q 801
MILCH COWS or. easy terms. 43d and
Center. Q US
STEAM FIT. TlNGS FOR SALE
li uu want a baiaain 111 steam tilings cUl
and loon over the following supplies;
1.6-iiicu Austin horizontal separator.
18-lnch Auatln's horizontal separator.
1 4-iuch Austin's vei tical separator.
These bave been taken out on account of
chnages lu our steam plant and are ln
good condition. Aduress Bee Building
Co., or see VV. H. Bridges, engineer, Bee
Blug., Ouiana. Q 633
FOR SALE- -Two life scholarships on
Oinana business college. Address
Dwigut Williams, Omaha Bes, Omaha,
FOR SALE, about fifty feet ornamental
galvanised iron cornice and ornamental
iron posts, suitable for show window, Ap
ply superintendent Bes Bldg. Q M62i
FOR SALE New and second-nand blliard
and pool tables, bur fixtures of all kinds;
easy payments. Send for catalogue
Bi unswick-Balke-Colleuder, 4u7 S. lutli St.,
Omaha, Q 802
2-DHAND safe cheap. Derlght, 1119 Far
nam. U to4
tuO STOVES to select from at low prices
Chicago Furnlturs Co., 3410-1412 Dod
street. Q o3
FOR SALE st a bargain, two bed springs,
full size, good condition. 8o27 Chicago St.
loli SALE ljirge safe' -vould exchange
for smaller one. Apply tho Neorasaa
beed Co. W M16I
Improved llurvurd chair, in perfect condi
tion. Address D 61, Bee. U A1j26 2ax
WE'RE SQUARE. Cash or credit on stoves.
ONCE tiled ALWAYS patronized. Gate
City Fur. Co., 615 N. 16th. 7M. 3785.
FOR BALE Old brick; well cleaned; $5.60
per thousand. See C. P. Stromberg,
Woodmen Linseed Oil works, 17th and
Nicholas. Q M760 31
UMK. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Cull at No. 113 S. lulli St., upstairs.
ResulUu! prediction absolutely given.
MRS. O'NEAL (colored), palmist and ad
viser. Tel. Red 6161. 2214 No. 21st.
8 M5a7 SOx
LADY CELESTA-Palmlst. gives advice on
all affairs of life. Wellington Houe, 213
N. 17 th St. 8 eul 29x
MLS CARRIE SMITH. SOVEREIGN
LADY QUE F.N OF CLAIRVOYANTS,
PALMIST AND TRANCE MEDIUM;
everything told, past, present and future;
satisfaction or no pay; ull business strietly
confidential. 807 N. lHtb St. 'Phone Red
57:t6. 8742 27x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
ATTORNEYS everywhere. The New Snow.
Church Co., mala floor, N. Y. L. Tel. 133.
J. M, M4cfarUnd. Sv N. Y. I Bldg. Tl- 8U
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
SALARY LOANS, CHATTEL LOANS.
EASY TO GET. EASY TO PAY.
WHEN TOT! WANT
why not go where you can get It ch"pe
nd from an old-established firm l
handles their own money Establish a
credit with them that wni be of value
to you In the future. We loan on furni
ture, pianos, live stock and salarlrs; small
W EEKLY or MONTHELY TAYMENTS.
which are suspended In rase of sick
ness or out cf employment. Fucta are, WS
rant your business. Established 189.
Duff Green Loan Co.
snd Barker Block. TEL. 40S4.
I loaned on furniture, pianos, live
stock and to salaried, neople upon
their own agreement to pay. Our
rates sre ss low as any; our service
Is quirk and quiet and we never
charge for making papers or notary
fees. We want your business it you
ever borrow money.
OMAHA MORTGAGE 1-OAN CO.,
808 South 16th Street.
Tel. 2295. 119 Board of Trade Bldg.
MONEY loaned on chattele at 10 per
year. 43rd and Center. X M702
LOANSI LOANSM LOANSIM
ON FURNITURE, PLANUS, DIAMONDS,
SALARIES AND ETC., AT THE
THE WESTERN LOAN CO.,
SSI Neville Blk., Third Floor, our. li'.th and
Harney Sts., TeL 6519. X 834
Ws bave money to 10 in at a reasonable rats
on diamonds, pianos, household furniture
or other good Chattel securities to parties
whose position in life require that such
transactions be made and held lu strict
confidence. Union Loan and Invest
Co.. 213 Bee, Telephone i04. X 63i
BOW EN 8 MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows. Plain note if
Steadily employed. 703 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
airy, horsss, cows, etc C. F. Reed, 319 S 13,
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT Co..
TeL 746. 632-8 Paxton Block.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., 1504 Farnam St. X 840
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confldenual. 13t)l Douglas.
MONEY loaned on furniture, salary.
nurses, eii... ua usual lutes, ir, iriuoe
now, room 214, at 2o S. lith SL Tel. B-til
PRIVATE PARTY will loan on furniture,
planus, iiurvcs aau eaiaiies. Auaress U II,
care Bee. X M773
WHEN YOU WANT A LOAN
ON FURNITURE OR SALARY without
removal or aeiay, payaoie to suit your
convenience, phone 1411 or write or call
on AMERICAN LOAN CO.. Room 3o7
Paxton Block, N. E. cor. 16th and Farnam
Bts. X M303
and others without security; easy pay
ments, umces in t3 principal cities. Tol
man, room 714 New York Life Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Morand's School for Dan
cing now open. Children classes meet la
our new academy, iMh . St. near Far
nam; beginners, Saturday 10 a. m. and
Wednesday 4:15 n m.; season, 6 months,
$10. Children advanced, Saturday 8 p.
m. ; season. 6 months. $5. Adults meet
at 15th & Farnam, Tusdays and Fridays
( p. rli. Prlva-.e lessons dully. Tel. UHL
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., 200 Douglas Blk.
In Families, Miss Sturdy. Tel. Harney 1002.
PRINTING MEMORIAL CARDS; ar
t ., .rT 1 tlstic designs, S. E. Cor.
LYNUSIAU 16th St. and Capitol Ave.
IF YOU do not And what you want in this
column, put an ad. ln and you will soon
et lu Z kiS
LOST Red cow, dehorned. Omaha Van &
Storage Cfh Lost 764
Office of the city clerk, South Omaha,
Neb., October 16, A. D. Ilu5.
Sealed bids addressed to the undersigned,
and Plainly marked "Proposals for Refund
ing Bonds," will be received at thu ollice ol
the City Clerk, Bouth Omaha, Neb., until t
O'clock p. in. October 3oth, A. D. 19o5.
For the purchase of tiie following de
scribed Issue of city bonds of tiie Lily of
South Omaha, these said bonds so olleied
for sale being general obligations of llie
Seventy thousand and eight i$70,0oS) dol
lars of city refunding bonds, issued tor llie
purpose of refunding seventy thousand unu
eight ($70,008) dollars In city funding bund..,
dated November 1, 1'joO, now outstanding
under a reserved option.
These bonds so offered will be issued and
numbered, consecutively, from one to HO.
or iu, both inclusive (except number one,
which shall be of the denomination of
or $1.0u8, as tiie case may uei. ami will uu
of the denomination of SoOO or Sl.euo tu h at
tha option of the purchaser, dated Novem
ber 1, A. D. 1905, due and payable in twenty
(20) years after date, unless sooner 10
duemed under the legal option of tiie city
at any time after five (5) years Horn uale,
bearing Interest at the rate of four and one
half (4lV,4) per cent ,per annum, payaoie
semi-annually. May and Novembi r 1 of
each year, Interest Installments evidenced '
by coupons attached to the bonds, Loir 1
and the intereet coupons payable at the
Ilscal agency of tin state of N -brasKii, lu
tiie City of New York, state of New I'ork,
United Btules or America.
These said refunding bonds are Issued for
the purpose of redeeminn and rci midiii
certain outstanding funding bonds of i-eiie.i
dated November 1, A. D. i:X'. which lun.t
Ing bonds weie issued and sold under ex
isting constitutional and Matuiory piol.
ions of the City of South Omaha, Neb., and
It Is further certified that the I.111I1 and
credit of the City of South omuha uie
firmly bound and revenue powers aie Irie
vokably pledged for the prompt pau,ent of
these said refunding bonds and h.r st
thereof semi-annually, and at inaiuriij
Also that the total indebtedness of the
city, including this issue of bonds, has not
exceeded the constitutional and statutory
limits, und that un annual tux, and other
taxes and assessments to pay principal and
Interest, us the same respectively lull due,
shall be levied and made
Each bidder must state separately thn
amount he will offer for this Issue entire,
as to "principal and premium," and lhat
"accrued Interest," will be paid to fie d it
and delivery of said bonds, also us to li e
amount of the charge, if any, that w,l lw
made additional, by the purchaser, for tho
printing and lithographing of ibis .5a.1l
series of bonds.
Each bid must be accompanied by cash,
or an unconditional certilled check on a
registered national bank, in the sum of ore.,
thousand (41. On") dollars, and made pawblo
to the City of South Omaha. Neb., as an ev
idence of good faith on the part of the said
The City of South Omaha, through Its
City Council, reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, or to waive defects should
By order of the City Council.
JOHN J. GILLIN, City Clerk
Oct 11 I3t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTURE.
Proposals will be received for llie pur
chase of the brick and stone leshh nrft m
the southwest corner of Sever.teem n and
lHuglas streets and Its removnl b Janu
ary I next. For detailed information an. I
opiiortunlty to inspect llie building apply
to R. W. Baker, superintendent Bee build
ing, who will also receive the hid, re nerv
ing tight for the iiwi"" releet any or all.
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