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THE OMAUA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 190 J.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
1604 FARNAM ST.
WE WANT AN OFFER ON ANY
OP THB FOLLOWING PROPER-
TIBS ANY REASONABLE OF
FERS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Hansr-om rnrk-1020 8. 2ftth
8L, 10-room all modern linuso,
hardwood finish, laundry, lawn,
hnd, asphalt pavement, lot OOx
1BO fwrt, rpntu $45. Trice $r.00).
Vry dralrnble property for home
or InTMtniMit; part cash, balance
on tlma. Want an offer.
Walnnt Hlll-4024 Nicholas St.,
7-room hous. modern except fur
naco, lot BOxl.V) feet, rents $i!0.
rrlee, $2,O0( on terma. Want
j an offer.
8016 Plnkney Ft Two block
from car line, good 5-room cot
tage, city water, barn, fine lot.
Trice, $1,200. Want an offer.
Rent $40; price $4,000 Two fl
room cottages, near 17th and
Jackson, all modern bnt furnace.
Worthy of Investigation.
Rent $70; price $6,500; double
bouse, 9 rooms each; modern,
near 17th and Jackson.
528 and 528 S. 30th-Double
flat, 7 rooms each, modern, rental
$40; price $4,500. Want offer.
1.H00 1815 Corby St, 6-room
cottage, modern but furnace,
paved street Want offer.
$2,000-0ill2, east front 25th
Ave., north of St Mary's Ave.
A fine bargain.
$000-50x124. east front,
nd Marcy. A snap.
$2,5003 lots northwest
ner 10th and Center streets.
$30O-Full lot 28th Ave.
$200 Full lot 40th and Cuming.
Lot 20, block 11, Orchard mil,
on 40th St. Waut offer quick.
8-ROOM, neat, modern cottage, 2631
nanes, witn porcelain bath, closet, mar-
' hie wash bowl, gas. with neat fixtures
in every room, sewer and water meter;
property In No. 1 repair; yearly income.
1-"K aula ( 1. I 1. .1 '
E. D. WEAD,
RE 548 S
TWO desirable lots for building purposes.
Southwest corner 38th and Davenport.
111x96 feet. Bewer, gas, water. Perman
ent walk. Will divide property. Inquire
mi d. im Bt. KK M400 18
FOR BALE Improved farms, eastern Ne
braska, three miles from court house.
owner, dox iia, umana Neb. RE-
FOUR 80-ft. lots on Burdette, near S5th St.,
nil vicar, lur tu -
F. D. WEAD,
RE 650 5
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
f arnam Smith & Co., 133) Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN-
-Payne Investment Co,
2ARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam. City loans
mi iowcbi rates; no aeiay; get our terms.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 6
per cent. w. ti. Aiemie, itamge Blk.
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglaa
v ju I
P, 000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest- I
tlence property in umina; lowest rates; no
delay. Thomaa Brennan, It. 1, N. Y. Life.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters & 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 I
payments. Hastings & Heyden, 16094 1
i irmm bi. w J4
WANTED To loan $6,000 private money on
Omaha business property; also building
joans. uuncanson, raaton 111k.
On Omaha Improved real estate at low.
. eat rates, 'with privilege of puylng all or
part of principal before maturity and stop
ping Interest. No red tape. Loans closed
1604 Farnam St.
FOR SALE BONDS AND FARM
Mortgages. Citizens' State Bank, Blair,
Low R tea. Private Money. $100 and Up. I
VVH WANT some good loans on business
property $28.ft) and up. Apply for rates.
CfcULB. ti. WILLIAMSON CO.
W 482 5
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS
ELEUANT Btannope. wun rubber tires, at
half price: also extension tup carriage
from the Battley Mfg. Co. 'a stock, at a
big pargain. jonnson uanioi th, B. W.
Cor. WLh and Jones bis. P 926
THREE open delivery wagons and one
top wagon, good as new; a big bargain.
Johnson 4c Danforth, e. W. Cor. 10th and
Jones Bis. P S.'S
HORSES for sale.
fr-OR BALE Bay gelding, weight 1.150 lbs.:
well made, fine looker; been uned lu city
IS months by present owner and wife.
Call at 211 S. 36th or telephone 3 Monday.
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put an ad. In and you will soon
gei 11. t, bi
32-ACRE Improved ranch. Richardson Oo.,
Neb. frice. 20,oua V4 HI taxe merchan
dise or goud Income property to the
amount of $10,0U and give time on bal-
tte, AdJre.s j. tu AOilns,
FOR SALE FARMS
WILL SOON BE A
THING OF THE PAST
If yon are thinking of buying a farm or If you want a home within the
GREAT CORN BELT OP THB WORLD,
We own and control nearly 10,000
lands in the southern part of Custer
$12.60 to $20.00 per acre.
These lands are located in almost
only a few hours' ride from Omaha, convenient to schools, churches and mar
kets. They are within the CORN BELT,
where you can raise winter wheat, alfalfa and other grains and grasses to
Custer county ranks third in the
also near the top in alfalfa, winter wheat and dairy products. It is destined
to become one of the richest counties in the state.
Buy now and you will be fixed for life. Write for further particulars.
. BENSON & MYERS,
818 N. Y. Life Building.
Produce immense crops every year with
out fall. Excellent market and shipping
facilities. Within five miles of town of
4,000 Beet sugar factory, flouring mills,
elevators, packing house, main line of
O. 8. L. R. R., ideal climate, abundance
of pure water. No alkali, no gumbo, no
hall storms, cyclones, floods or drouth.
Cheap building; material. $300 will give
a start. No homestead proposition. A
permanent water right Included in price
of all lands. Good level raw land (sage
brush) $10 per acre up. Nicely Improved
farms $35 per acre up. As an Investment
buy at $35 to $55 well improved farm land
and rented under con act for $7 to $13
cash per annum. Write for particulars
L. & I. A. Oregon Short Line
R. R. Co.
261 Parker St, Omaha "
FRUIT AND POULTRY FARM 20-acr
farm, suitable for poultry and fruit,
splendid location and good Improvements;
price s.-.auu; n,uw casn, Dam nee 'on 10
years' lime it desired. Aduress IS 26. care
Bee. 446 fix
$5 to $1S an acre, in Custer, Dawson,
Chase, Frontier, Perkins, Hitchcock
. and Red Willow Counties.
We have lust examined most of this land
and can surely satisfy you with any kind
of land you want, Ijevel, rich farm land,
no sand, from $2 to $3 a nacre. We cal sell
It to you In W. 160, 320 or 640-acre pieces.
Terms very easy. Be sure to go with us to
look over this land. It will surely double
in a short time. You can raise corn, alfalfa
ill kinds of small grain, the best kind of
winter wheat and all kinds of fruit. The
best of climate and water. Write for fur
ther particulars arid free map of Nebraska.
Next excursion Tuesday, iNovemrjer i.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1609H Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
EXCURSION TO THE Bl G .
HORN BASIN, WYOMINU
The Rurllnrton Is now building from
Frannle to Worland and will run through
the Hanover lands and will be completed
by early spring. The lands are selling at
$35.00 per acre vlth perpetual water right;
tney will aouDie in price wun me uuiuuia
railroad. If you want a home where there
are no cyclones, no storms, no blizzards,
where the soil is rich, abundance of water,
beautiful climate, go with us Tuesday, No
vember 7th. We have a very low rate ior
round trip. Call on or address
General Agent, 413 N. Y. Life.
20NO-ACRE STOCK FARM.
The best slock farm In north Nebraska;
running water, timber, hay and pasture;
with Co0 acres good farm land in cultiva
tion, two sets oi Dunnings, -v iiuihb ui
fence, R. F. D., long distance 'phone, ten
H.tia. rw.w l nf AiuAwnrth. nn staae line.
convenient to church, school on the farm.
produced 27 bushels wneai mis year;
uh.xt land In 1904. $5.80 oer acre:
n 1903, $4.60. Wlll take general merchan-
dlae store or well Improved farm near nign
n-hool In part payment. win sen wun
stock, feed and machinery If desired. Price,
IM per acre. F. A. Stephenson, owner,
Ainsworth, iseo. .
mk-vt RXCI'RSION TO WHITE RIVER
VALLEY, $5 AND $10 LANDS. ON TUES
DAY. ROUND TRIP, $1125. FOR MAPS;.
ETC., WRITE rui'MAM nv . 1.
K. ttil o
8 miles, county seat town, 240
acres cultivated, well Improved,
lays well, all clay land. In good
neighborhood, for ONLY $6,000.
Isn't that cheap?
R. BEECHER HOWELL & CO.,
EASTERN NEBRASKA FARMS
For sale. Improved. Three miles from
railroad and court nouse. Auure nu
1125. Omaha, Neb. MT23 4
SELL KEMP, Blair. Neb.
FROM $100,000 to $o00.0no can be made by
investing J6,0iio in rertue oouin irm
farming land. See me Monday or Tuesday,
C. R. Olover, room 3, N. Y. Life Bldg.
'Phone 133. Y-M541 6
7Z ArHva nf vnrv fine choice farm land.
lgA,rnfe.0fromVncolSri50 acr? under
cultivation; 40 acres In allaUa; best or
oil; $50 per acre; snap.
Fitzgertld & Dermody Co.,
836 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Fine farm of 156 s,cres, neat Irvlngton, good
7-room house ana 01 ner improvements.
Wm. D. REED
608 N. Y. Life Building.
This agricultural weekly guea to 60,0u
homes of farmers and stock raisers, su 'f
you liave a good piece of l.uid to sell at a
reasonable price you will find a buyer
among them. The cost of an advertisement
Is small 2 cents per word In small type or
tt per Inch if set In large type.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED 4 or 6 unfurnished rooms, steam
heat preferred; good references. Address
K 14, Bee. K S 6x
WANTED to rent four or Ave unfurnished
rooms with neat. Address E 38 Bee office.
REr'INED rounle would like room and
toaid with private family. Walking
distance. Address U $7 Bee. K evO 8
FOR SALE FARMS
now is the time to buy.
acres .of carefully selected farming
county, which we are offering at from
the geographical center of the state,
and at the same time In a section
state in the production of corn. It is
FOR RENT HOUSES
PIANO moving; lowest rates for reliable
service, lei, it&, Bcnmouer Mueller.
7-ROOM. all-modern house, N. K. corner
22d and Ohio; hot water heat, $26.00.
Turklngton, 802 Bee Bids. D 944
HflllCPt;1'! a11 parts of the city. R,
riUU60(j, Peters & Co., Bee Bldg.
THE Omaha Van & Storage Co., pack,
move and store II. H. goods. Storehouse,
1120-24 N. 19t.ii. Office, iiUVj Farnam.
Tel. 1559. - D 4)46
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. 1496. Oitlce, 1713 Webster St.
uni ICCC In all parts of the city. The
a V w w w (J, je. JJUVlS
Co., 60S Bee Bldg
Ringwalt. Barker Blk.
FOR RENT 7-room house, $16; 6-room
house. $10: both newly papered. William
K. Potter, Rec, 3ol Brown Blk.
vein rtRNT Kleven-room modern house.
newly papered and in good repair; will be
vacant Oct. 20: rent. $35 and water. In
quire 119 South 25th St. B. Tzschuck.
FOR RENT Desirable nine-room modern
house. 4117 Farnam St.. $40. Alfred C,
Kennedy, real estate, loans, insurance,
rentals. 209 First National Bank Bldg..
Omaha, Neb. Telephone 722. D MJb9
FURNITURE, Carpets, Draperies, Shades,
Htnvcn and Ranges sold on easy pay
ments. The largest stock In Omaha. We
Hnn't nrW Installment store prices.
OMAHA FURNITURE & CARPET CO.,
Between iztn ana join, ou rurnum oi.
D 614 6
FOR RENT A 10-room house, 37th and
Ms son. with furnace and fully equipped
bath room only $16 per month. Inquire
R. C. Peteri & Co., ground floor Bee
j'Uft xtitIN I I, very ucBliauia p-i vviui uuuno,
modern In every respect, with hardwood
floors; good barn. Only $36 per month.
2010 Emmet Bt. Inquire R. C. Peters &
Co., ground floor Bee Bldg. D K!4
w sffi' Sffig"-
Kw 4-room cottage, full lot. $12.
SWEET & BEST, 613 N. Y. L. Tel. 1472.
B-ROOM brick, in walking distance, 2719
Jackson. Inquire 4019 Hamilton St.
rnzY cottage home, furnished or unfur
nished; six rooms, polished floors, full lot,
car line one diock. yi a. turn Bt.
D MS59 4x
FOR RENT Ten-room modern house,
Park Ave. and Mason Bt. Inquire of t.
P. Klrkendall & Co., U18 Harney Bt.
D M214 4
ni'IMCANSON REAL ESTATE CO..
Suite 432, Paxton Blk. Iargest list of choice
houses, fiats, rooms ana stores in me city
Two 8-room modern houses, 706 N. 30th
St : 820.09.
Three large rooms; city water, gas;
1K26 K. 17th St.: $8.00.
Four rooms; city water; 1621 N. 18th St.;
$12.00. C. M. BUHIHMAJNJN,
436 Paxton Block. . D M248
ELEVEN-ROOM modern house, 26th and
Harney; $40 month. I. Zlegler, 409 Ware
Block. Tel. 1691. uVLilt
1422 Sherwood Ave"., 7 rooms, modern $25
1424 Sherwood Ave., 7 rooms, modern 2a
1111 v itth St.. rooms, modern exceDt
yjiri n. 18th St.. 7 rooms, modern except
BENSON A MYERS, 318 N. Y. LIFE.
D M335 6
FOR RENT 41 rooms, first floor, 2627 De
catur St.; rental $13 per month.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM.
NORTHWEST corner Burt and 33d, Decern
tu.r 1. 8 rooms and bath, hot water heat,
steel range, owner pays water rent, $30.
Apply in rear at cottage. D 31a 8x
MODERN ten-room house, furnace, two
bath rooma, suitable for two families. 18th
and Grace: rent 35. Apply to j. A. bcoii,
2o8 Omaha National Bank Bldg. D 312 6
FOR RENT 310J Marcy, 7 rooms, modern
except furnace. $22.50. Key 3106. D-S13
lrirjH'r.wriOM house, modern except fur
nacc, near Union depot; Just the place for
rooming and boarding nouse.
F. D. WEAD.
D 649 S
Hoi'sra vriR RENT.
1412 N. 17th, 3 rooms, city water, close in,
4312 Pierce, 4 rooms, well and barn, $6.
15- Canton, nice 4-room cottage newly
apered and painted, city water, $8.
1 rooms, city water, n.
o S. 27th,
4 rooms, close In, city water
2611 Blnney, choice 6-room cottage, acre
of ground, porcelain bath, closet, gas,
laundry, etc., barn, lots of fruit, $-6.
no N. 17th. i rooms, city water inside, $12.50,
viii3 Ersklae. ( rooms, strictly modern, fine
fthnfiM viiod vard. 122.60.
iti Curhv. 6 rooms, city water Inside, $12.50.
S221 Poppleton Ave., 8 rooms, strictly all
1646 8. 27th. I rooms, strictly all modern.
close to Hanscom park, only 1-5
633 Park Ave., 7 rooma, strictly modern,
cIoha til. XT' 60.
613 N. 4lst Ave.. 7 rooms, bath and gas, $18.
3u28 Cass, ( rooms, strictly all modern, good
barn, nice yard, $36.
Special inducements on any of the above
will be maae 11 uiaen 11 once.
PAYNE, BOMTW1CK 4k CO.,
. tuxiu t ioor N. 8. Lite mag.
D 491 5
4o23 DOUGLAS 7-room brick residence.
Porcelain bath, gas, furnace, cement
walks. IX. i D. Spauldlng, Tel. 23u,
Omaha Nutlonul bank. V 401 k
2u9 8. 26th Ave., 6 rooms, modern except
furnace, newly painted, etc $dO0O
2S27 Iiaveiimirt, ,-rH)iii cottage, modern $0
auS Franklin. 4 rooms. 2d floor $ 7. to
3113 Fiuiiklln. 4 im.iiiH. 1st floor $10 00
1&20 North lth. 6 rooms, city water. . $16.00
J. 14. Sherwood, 93; New roik Lire.
D 6o7 6
1114 8. 32D ST. rooms, modern, barn.
1537 Park Ave. 9 rooms, modern.
1V14 N. 27th 41 rooms, gas. city water,
tiis N. Mth 4 rooms, city water.
1M4 Pratt St. 6-rtMiiu cottage.
W. FARNAM SMITH k CO.
FOR RENT HOUSES
EIGHT -ROOM HOVSR: modern, except
furnace; Just being- painted cm outside
end puiered nicely on inside. 2G29 Seward;
F. D. WEAD,
D 058 6
NEW 7-room dwelling, strictly modern, 30?
Marcy St., $.t5. Thos. H. Fell & Co., Klrst
Nat. Hank Bids. D 371 6x
SW DEWEY AVK., 8 rooms, rent reduced
to HO for winter.
2104 Manie St.. 8 rooms, modern except
S"07 N. 24th St., t rooms. Just like new, $25.
i!44i H. Koth, 8 rooms, barn, two.
2S20 Leavenworth St., rooms, fine repair,
modern except furnace. $-5.
2526 Wirt Bt., 6 rooms, bath, toilet, gas.
reduced to 115.
2719 8. 9th Bt., 6 rooms, city water. 118.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
First Floor N. Y. Ufa Bldg.,
Tel. 1781. D 3S3 S
HOUSES FOR RENT.
New brick, 8 rooms, everv modern con
venience, 707 8. 29th St., $37.51).
Seven rooms, modern but furnace, walking
distance. 2206 Webster. 825.
$20 124 N. 26th, 8 rooms, modern.
io j'114 Ames Ave., 6-room flat.
172711 N. 26th, 7 rooms, bath.
2;W6 Oak. 4-room bouse.
$ 2fl Ohio. 6-room cottage.
$10359 8. 28th, South Omaha, 6 rooms. -
UAUV1.N a HO a., 1004 J-'arnani.
D 386 S
FOR RENT November 15, nice modern 6-
room cottage, Bristol St., nearly new ana
thoroughly modern, nice location. Inquire
of E. K. Huntley, 829 Board of Trade.
Modern brick nous
near Hanscom Park 130.00
9-room modern house.
422 N. 89th st 30.00
S-room modern house and barn, ..
1512 Sherwood ave 30.00
7-rooni modern house.
Z620 Manderson st 22.50
and other houses.
Room No. 1, New York Life Bldjr.
STRICTLY modern, new 7-room holse up-
to-aato in every respect; tine location; $.15
per niontn;- House No. 2010 N. 2"th St.
Inquire 2411 N. 18lh St. D 530 6
310S Marcv Rt., 7 rooms, modern except fur
1913 Mason St.. 6 rooms $15.
BEMIS. PAXTON BLOCK.
D 538 5
627 SOUTH 25th Ave., vacant Dec. 1. 7-
room modern cottage, $.10. I,. D. Siutuld-
ing. ici. umana National bunk.
D 402 B
Especially selected, to meet the
growing demand of the tendency to
return to "mother earth," In such
variety as to cater to the lover of the
beautiful; where one can dwell amid
nature's glories; accessible to city by
macadam roads and electric cars.
Many tracts for the man of mod
erate means, to enable him to work
In town and live in the country.
Call and see my large list.
S. ARION LEWIS.
Acreage Specialist, 90S N. Y. Life.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
DUFF GREEN CO.,
we are a home and old-established con
cern, and your dealings with us will be
absolutely private. You can borrow from
$10 upward ut the. loweat rates. All loans
are made on our SPECIAL REBATiNG
KASY MONTH1LY OR WEEKLY PAY
Each payment lessens the cost of loan.
muKing it possible for everyone who Is
short of money to borrow what they need
quickly and cheaply, without obligating
themselves to their friends or nelgnbors;
honorable, fair and Just treatment; pri
vate Interviewing rooms. Established
lm9. Rooms 8 and Barker Blk. Tel. 4034.
Is often an absolute necessity, and you
will find our facilities the very best for
quick and auiet .service. .
We make advancements on furniture.
pianos, live stock and other chattels, and
to salaried people lipon their ov.n agree
ment to pay.
We arrange the contract In 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,
or even more monthly payments, telling
you In advance what it will cost you, and
then give you the option of paying faster,
which will make the coat leas.
Our rates are much less than many will
ask you and no more than you will pay
wherever you go, and you will find ua
consistent In all our dealings.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. TeL 2296.
(Established 1892). 806 S. 16th St.
Money to Loan on
Payne Investment Company
First Floor N. Y. Life Building.
LOANS Pianos, Diamonds, LOANS
etc. Lowest rates.
the WESTERN LOAN CO.,
BIG KAHN. Mgr.
331 Neville, 3d floor, 16th at Harney. Tel. bold.
WHEN YOU WANT A LOAN
ON FURNITURE OR SALARY without
removal or delay, payable to suit yuur
convenience, 'pnone 1411 or write or call
on AMERICAN LOAN CO., Room ItJ
Paxton Blk., N. E. cor. loth and Farnaut
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices In 63 principu.1 cities. Tul
' man. room 714 New lork Life Bldg.
BOWEN'S MONEY Easy to get on furni
ture, pianos, horses, cows. Plain note It
steadily employed. 7u3 N. Y. Life.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, S19 3. 11
CHATTEL AND SALARY LOANS.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Tel. 745. 6i2-S Paxton Blk.
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business contidenllal. lJul DougMs.
MONEY Loaned on chattels at 10 per cent
ler year. 43d and Center. X M7u2
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co., Iau4 v'arnam St. X 960
DR. PRIBBENOW'8. PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
horses, etc.. In any amount at leas than
hi.lt the rates; no red tape; perfect
privacy; Immediate attention; on any
terms wanted, payments suspended in
tun of sickness or out of emplovineui.
Ituuiu ill iiarbacu Bik., 2J B. loth St,
1 - . X-iLW
SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES
OMAHA Sevmour Camp
No. 18 will met at
Myrtle Hall, commencing
Wednesday evenlfg, Oc
tober 4tn, 19"J.
M. H. RFDFIKl.D, Consul Commander.
J SO. N. CRAWFORD, Clerk.
CARLSON Charles E., November L 196,
aged i years.
.-nut-mi pfivicei. win ne nciu irom lainuy
residence, Sic'l Dorcas street, Sunday, No
vember 6, l!ifi, at 2 p. m. Interment, Laurel
Hill cemetery. Friends Invited.
DOLL Euphroslna, November 3, lfo5, srM
1' V.Dra 1,1 l,mnl ha h.l....l m-lA n
Funeral from late residence. ftY? Pierce
street, Sunday afternoon, November 6, at
2 o'clock. Interment, Prospect Hill. Friends
Invited. Mrs. Doll came to Omaha with
her husband In the anrini nf IHn, unit hm
lived here ever since. She lias a large cir
cle of acquaintances.
HANSON Theodore O., at Phoenix, Arlz
Funeral r.nm m .l tnn. -.nra I'l. ......
Monday afternoon at 2 'p. m. Friends in-
ALTM AN N Mr. Ignatz. of 1731 South 11th.
street, November 4, 19"5, aged 45 years,
funeral notice later.
Brailey & Dorrance, 20th and Cum. T. 526.
HARRY B. DAVIS, 411 S. 13th. Tel. 1226.
DODDER, E. L., 2224 Cuming. Tel. 677.
TAOQART, 23d and Cuming. Tel. 714.
LADY'S gold watch between Clark and
Grace on 20th; liberal reward If returned
to 2012 Clark. Lost 212 6x
FOUND Brass cap from automobile wheel
between 16th and 17th on Capitol Ave.
Call at Bee office and pay for ad.
Lost M327 4
IRON OATE tak.m from 22d and Orace.
""i-iHi rowiira u returned or telephone
6245. Edward Quinn. Lost 34 6x
LOST A small Boston bull bitch: dartt
body and white face; hud on a small boy's
sweater; last seen going north on 21th St.
Return to O. H. Moore, 2734 Caldwell St.
and receive reward. Iost 551 5x
MORAISirVQ Refined School of Dnnc
lilUiVrlltU O infr. v teach you danc
ing In twelve lessons
i ei. uni
Lost 3H5 5
H. A. STURGE8. registered attorney; pat
tents, trade marks, copyrights; no fee un
less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha.
F. J. LARSEN & CO., patent lawyers.
ADVICE FREE. 693 Bee Bldg.. Tel.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS, Patents
procured, Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, muchlne work. 604.
612 S. 10th St. M312 N20
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HELP TO ADVERTISE OMAHA.
gead The Btt ta Yens Friends.
NOTICE TO P.RIDOK CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby glvea thnt sealed bids
will be received at the office of the county
clerk of Dawson county, 1-cxlnston. Ne
braska, up to noon of the 17th dcy of No
vember, for the furnishing of all
material nnd construction of nny and all
wooden bridges In said county for one
year, beginning Jontiary 1, IS.
All bidders to bid on plans and specifica
tions adopted by count v commissioners,
which are on file In the office of the county
clerk of said county. All bids to be accom
panied by certified check for $5(0 and n
food and sufficient bond In the sum of
The board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
By order of the Board of County Com
missioners. R. S. THORNTON.
Clerk of Dawson County, Nebraska.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
ELECTION PROCLAMATION BY MAYOR.
Proclamation and notice to the electors and
legal voters of the City of Omaha of a
Special City Election of said city, to be
held Tuesday, the 7th day of November,
1906, for the purpose of submitting to said
electors a proposition to vote Fire Engine
House Bonds, a proposition to vote In
tersection Bonds, and a proposition to
vote Sewer Bonds:
To the Electors and Legal Voters of the
City of Omaha:
Under and by virtue of the authority In
me vested by the laws of the State of Ne
braska, and by Ordinance no. 6C13 and
Ordinance No. 6027, I, t rank E. Moores,
Mayor of the City or Omaha, do hereby
proclaim and give public notice of a Spe
cial City Election of said City of Omaha,
which la hereby called to be held at the
time of the general election to be held in
said city on Tuesday. November 7, l'.tto, for
the purpose of submitting to the legal
electors of said city the cjuestlons and
propositions of issuing bunds, to be called
Fire Engine House Bonds," bonds to be
called "Intersection Bonds, and bonds to
be called "Sewer Bonds," the said ques
tions and propositions being as follows,
Question and Proposition of Issuing Fire
Engine House Bonds.
"Shall the bonds of the City of Omaha
In the sum of sixty thousand ($00000) dol
lars be Issued for the purpose of paying
the cost of constructing fire engine houses
for the use of the Fire Department of the
City of Oniuha, such Sire engine houses
to he In the locality and at the estimated
and approximate cost as follows, towlt;
"North 60 fet of lot IS, block 1, Arm
strong's First adltlon. estimated cost of
thirty thousand ($30,000) dollars.
"For the pU!Csi i-f a felt and the
erection of a Are engine house thereon In
the district lying north of Willis avenue,
west of the east ltne of Sherman avenue
and east of the west line of 24th street,
estimated cost of thirty thousand ($a0,000)
"The raid bonds to be called ,T1re En
gine House Bonds' of tne City of Omaha,
the same to oe issued In tne denomination
of one thousand i$l,000) dollars each, nt
such times and In such amounts a may
be necessary for such purpose, at any time
during the years 19u6 and 1907- and to run
twenty (20) years from the date of Issue
tiiArmif .mi n npHi- intetei. nbvable semi
annually, at a rate no exceeding four (4)
per centum per annum, with Interest cou
pons attached, payable at the fiscal agency
of the State or Nebraska in New fork
City, and not to be sold for less than par,
the proceeds thereof to be used for no
other purpose than for the construction
of Are engine houses for thb City of
QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF IS
SUING INTERSECTION BONDS.
"Shall bonds of the City of Omaha in the
sum of fifty thousand t$f.0,KX dollars be
Issued as may be required during the
years 19u6 and 1907, for the purpose of
paying the cost of caving, repaying or
macadamizing ami curbing the Inter
sections of streets and spaces opposite
alleys In said city and In front of real
estate not subject to assessment of special
taxes for paving purposes; said bonds to
run twenty years from the date thereof,
and to bear interest payable semi-annually
at a rate not exceeding 4 per cent per an
num, with interest coupons attached; said
bonds to be called 'intersection Bonds'
end not to be sold tor less than par, the pro
ceeds thereof to be used for no other
purpose than paying the cost of paving,
repaying or macadamising and curbing the
Intersections of Btrcets and spaces op
posite alleys and In front of i-el estate
not subject to assessment of special taxes
for paving purposes?"
QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF IS
SUING SEWER BONDS.
"Shall bonds 'if the City of Omaha In
the sum of ninety thousand ($90,000) dollars
be issued, as muy be required during the
year 1906, for the purpose of paying the
cost of construction, maintenance and ac
quiring right of way ior main sewers of
the City of Omaja; said bondj to run for
twenty years frcm the date thereof, and
to bear Interest payable semi-annually at
a rate not excedlng 4 per cent per an
num, with lntereiit coupons attached; said
bonds to be cal'ed 'Sewer Bonds,' and
not to be sold for less than par, the pro
ceeds thereof to bt, used for no other
purpose than paying the cost of con
struction, maintenance and acquiring rbjht
of way for main atwers In the City of
Omaha7" , , .
The said questlona and propositions shall
be submitted to tbe electors of the City
of Omaha entire ir the proper form
provided by lfc.w r r omelal ballots, with
the word "Yn" and the worn "No" in
separate lines printed thereon. All official
ballots of. said legal electors mark-id with
an "X" mark followltg mo word "Yes"
upon said official ballots cast at said
election shall be counted In favor of the
issuing of said bonds opposite which said
X" mark Is placed, and all official ballots
of said legal electors with an "X" mark
following the word ' Nc" ipor, said omelal
ballots cast at ss.'.i election shall be
coui ted and considered as against the
issuing of said bones opposite which said
"X" mark is placed.
Provided. Tnat if voting machines be
used at said election pursuant to law. the
statement of the questions and prepositions
submitted shall be prepared and Inserted
on the ballot label tor questions on such
voting machines, with the word "Yes" and
the word "No" for the voter to indicate
his affirmative or negative vote on such
questions and propositions by operating the
proper device therefor.
The poll shall be open on the day of
said election at 8 o'clock In tbe morning
and shall continue open until 6 o'clock in
the evening of the same day, at the
respective voting places, following, towlt:
v FIRST WAn.
First District 1119 South 6th street
Second District 1013 South loth street
Third District 1703 South 10th street.
Fourth District 919 Bancroft street.
First District 2415 Georgia avenue
Second District 3202 South 24tb street
Third District 15ol Vlnto". street.
Fourth District 1524 Vinton street
Fifth District 2204 South 16th street
First District 1519 Webster street.
Second District 322 Boi.th 10th street
Third District 302 North 15th street
Fourth District 410 South 13th street
Fifth DJstrlct 1417 Jackson street
First District 1614 Capitol avenue.
Second District 422 South 18th street
Third District 718 South 16th street.
Fourth District 318 South 20th street
Fifth District 2307 Davenport street
First District 820 Sherman avenue.
Second District 2825 dherman avenue.
Third District 2ol Sherman avenue
Fourth District 1846 Sherman avenue.
Fifth District 1156 North liln street.
First District 2307 Nrrr: 21th street.
Second District 1710 North 24th street
Third District 2004 North 28th street
Fourth District 2213 Military avenue (up-
"tlr" J . SEVENTH WARD.
First District 3719 Leavenworth street
Second District 1525 Georgia avenue
Third District 1338 Park avenue
Fourth District 2106 South 83d street
First District 1318 North 24th street.
Second District 1721 Cuming street.
Third District 612 North 16th street.
Fourth District 2423 Cuming street.
First District 2ou3 Cuming street.
Second District 3229 Cuming lreet.
Third District 3304 Davenport street
Fourth District 211 South 36th street
Fifth District 2)16 Farnam street.
First District 1018 South loth street.
Second Dlslrlct-1:22 Leavenworth street
Third District 2121 Leavenworth street.
Fourth District 1424 South 16th street.
Fifth District 1323 William street.
Flrat District 40O8 Hamilton street.
Second District 40th and framum streets
Third District 3424 Iavenworth street.
Fourth District 7"5 Boulli 27th street.
First Ditrlct-4J14 North 2-.Hi street.
fc.,.,,,,,4 t iiutrlct 3624 Ames avenue.
Third District 2918 North 8uih street
v,.inh District 3103 North 24lh street
In witness whereof I havj hereunto set
my hand as Mayo- of said City of Omaha
"Attest- ' W.'lLliLROURN,
(Seal ) FRANK B. UOOHEa.
CONDITION OF DM AH A'S TRADE
Jobbers in All Lines Flstisd with
BUSINESS IS STEADIER AND URCER
Retailers Report They Are Dola Bel
ter Than lOver Before Changes
In the Trio of Groceries)
and Dry Goods.
All lines of wholesale trade are enjoying
a strong, healthy demand. The fluctuations
as to tho volume of business which cliiu
acterlied the market earlier in the fall are
no longer here and while trade is not as
large as it was for (H-rhaps one or two
weeks It averages much larger for a serle
of weeks. Farmers have their work now
at a point where they can take their time,
about husking their corn and are buying
largely from the retailers, who say their
business was never better. Omaha grocers)
have all they can do to fill orders with
promptness and the same may be said of
all other Jobbers. Prospects are for an un
usuully large trade all through the winter.
Dry goods Jobbers report a good house
trade for the week. Direct orders and
those from salesmen also continue heavy.
Some lines of heavy cottons are being sold
out, particularly napped goods, blanket!
and underwear, and as manufacturers are
running- on gumlM fur next year, it is al
most Impossible to have the orders filled.
Cotton goods of all descriptions retain
their strength and some advances are
threatened. Advance buying for spring I
very large and printed wash fabrics are
Coffee has undergone no material change.
Storks are light everywhere except New
York. A big liquidation has been going
on, outsiders and weak holder selling out
and the coffee going into stronger hands.
The output is still 2iV),000 bags behind that
for the corresponding period of last year.
Sevens are quot d t H to 8 cents.
The sugar market has eased off a trlflft
this week on raws, both in Iondon and
New York. Jobbers consider that the In
dications point to lower prices for refined.
Cheese Goes Still Higher.
Cheese' is active and higher, prices being
He over those of a week ago. Some of the
best Informed brokers predict a famine of
the October -make. Buyers have held off
on account of the previous high prices,
thinking that a reaction might take placn
on curtailment of consumption. On the
contrary, the consumption has Increased,
and when the buyers tried to get the fancy
October make they found the holders re
luctant to pun with It at prevailing prices.
At present there are more buyers than
sellers. In New York 60 per cent of the
factories have been closed and the re
mainder will close in ten days; In Wis
consin 40 per cent have been closed and the
remainder will close in two weeks. Indi
cations point to higher values.
The demand for canned goods continues
UnU8Uallv SOnrl nnrl lAV.ra lh ...H (..
Corn Is not moving as freely as could be
wisurii, yei me orders keop coming for
fair-sized lots. The price, however. Is
badly demoralized because of tho fact that
almost every Jobber Is seeking to unload,
and the question of cost does not appar
ently enter into tho sltnnHnn i m-,,i.i
seem to the well Informed that the retailers
-uuui mi wen to stock: up while tho Jobbers
are badly demoralized. It hardlv looks
possible for this class of goods to sell much
be ow prices now ruling. There Is an
active demand for peas, with a tendency
to advance the market; In fact, the market
Is well denned up and any change must
be for a higher basis of values.
Apples Attract Much Interest.
The item nf absorbing intn.o.i .u .
last week was evaporated apples. The sup
ply in sight is excedlngly limited. More
over, there were a good many short sellers,
who were compelled to cover, and these,
facts, coupled with the tm-t nm i
a decidedly heavy trade In this article cov'-
ii ii-Kiiimaic wants, has forced tho
market up nearly H40 a pound. There la
otherwise very little change to report tn
the dried fruit market with the possible
exception of currants, which have scored
an advance of c per pound within the last
Unusual actlvltv h hnan Aim!,,, I..
the rice market caused by an unusually
heavy demand for actual needs, together
With a SOeCUlativA movement rannoil V.
the well known fact that the crop Is de
cidedly short. Under stimulation of this
kind the market has advanced In the south
from 8tfc per pound for choice Japs to 4i.
which is now the asking price for the
same grade of goods. Prediction Is made
that a 6c market will prevail before the
end of the coming week. The demand Is
active from the consuming trade, and It
looks as If the present market would not
only be sustained, but further advanced In
ine near iuiure. The crop In Japan Is so
short that they cannot give America any
supplies, but. on the other hand, will them
selves be compelled' to use large quantities
oi leiariu rices.
Conditions In Shoe Trade.
Shoes have not made anv srlvnnre fnr th.
week. The tendency In raw materials Is
firmer and this has a firming effect on
shoes. Ixcal Jobbers say the recent report
from Chicago that ehoes would advance 25
fer cent in a few weeks was exaggerated.
Ildes have advanced that much In tho
last few weeks, but this does not mean
that the price of shoes will be correspond
ingly Increased. There Is no doubt, how
ever, that the advance will be strong this
winter. Trade Is excellent with Omaha
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. COTTON Hrvnr
closed quiet, 20 points higher; middling up-
tanas, ji.foc; middling gulf. u.6oc; sales.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 4 mTTON
Steady; sales, 4.600 bales; ordinary, 8 6-16c;
low middling, lOftc; middling. lllc; good
middling. lln: middling fair. 11 1.1-lrtc
Receipts, 7.997 bales; stock, 128,034 bales.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 4. COTTON Snot.
quiet; prices 4 points higher; American
middling fair, 6S9d; good middling, e.lld;
middling. 6.96d: low middling. 6.79d: good
ordinary, 6.61d; ordinary. 6.45d. The sales
ot the day were 8,000 bales, of which 600
bales were for speculation and export and
Included 6,600 American. Receipts, 8,000
bales, including 100 American.
BT. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 4. COTTON
Firm; middling, llc. Bales, 210 bales; re
ceipts, 850 bales; shipments, 165 bales;
stock. 12,848 bales.
LONDON. Nov. 4.-WOOL The arrivals
of wool for the sixth series of auction
sales amount to 47,623 bales, Including
12.000 bales forwarded direct to snlnners.
The Imports of this week were: New South
waies 7,3m bales; Queensland, 12 bales:
Victoria, 8.438 bales; South Australia, 8
bales; New Zealand, 1.242 bales; Cape of
Good Hope and Natal, 83 bales; Singapore,
1.096 bales; Falkland Islands, 610 bales:
Philadelphia. 66 bales.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 4 WOOL Quiet;
medium grades combing and clothing. 2ftJ
Sic; light fine. 2iU27c; heavy fine, 19ii22o:
tub washed, 33342c.
Hasjrar and Molasses.
NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-SUOAR Raw,
quiet; fair refining, 2c; centrifugal, 98
test, $Hc; molasses sugar, 2,c. Refined,
oulet: No. 8, 4c; No. 7, 3 'Joe; No. 8, i.90c; No.
, 8.85c; No. 10, 3.80c; No. 11, 3.75c; No. 12.
S.70c; No. 13, 3.66c; No. 14, 8.65c; confection
ers' A, 4.46c; mould A, 4.9oc; cutloaf and
crushed, 63oc; powdered, 4.70c; granulated,
4.6iie; cubes, 4 85c.
MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice, 20'u38o.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 4. SUGAR Mar
ket quiet, open kettle, centrifugal, 3 t-lMf
8 6-16c; centrifugal whites, ill-Wno; yel
low, 8 8-16t3 11-liic; seconds, 23.;u.
MOLASHP.8 Open kettle, 27i32o; cen
BVRUP New cane, 25Q28c
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
FROPOSAL8 FOR PAVING AND
Bids are Invited and will be received at
the Board of Purk Commissioners on No
vember 6. Iti6, at 9 o'clock a. in., at room
31 City Hall, for the macadamizing of the
north side of Dodge street from 4oth street
to 4th street. In the City of Omaha; the
surplus earth for tilling to be taken from
the south side of the street (not lower than
the grade for future paving), any additional
earth necessary to be furnished by the
contractor. Bald work to be done under
Class "h ' City Bpeciiicallotia and under (lie
supervision of Superlnttnedeiit of Parka.
W. R- Adums.
Bids wll also be received for 1,000 cublo
yards of broken limestone, more or leas,
varying in slue from three (3) Inches in
their largest diameter to one-half (H inch
In their smallest diameter; 6o0 cubic yards
of broken limestone, inoie or leas, varying
In size from one (1) inch In their Imgeat
to one-qUHiter (H) Inch in their smallest
diameter. 1 cubic yards, more or leas of
stone chipping, and l0 ruble: yards, moie
or h as, of gravel. F. O. B. cars, Missouri
Pacific railway, Omaha.
The rilit la reserved to reject any or all
Omaha. November 8, isefi.
C. W. LININUER, President
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
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